(Pardon; this has not been touched in a year 2015, things change of course) 8.16′.
If you want to think like a real trader, your here.
Remain Skeptical ABOUT EVERYTHING. That’s Progress in becoming a Real Trader.
The intent of NASDOG is investor education. It is for traders looking to learn from an experienced pit trader, from the pits in Chicago who used to chart in pencil and progressed, changed and adapted to electronic. I will teach you what I know.
NASDOG differentiates from other sites where “experienced” can mean sitting behind a trading desk, not actually trading with your own money or battling it out with other players in the marketplace. A word of advice, beware of those who promise to, “Beat the Pros at their own game.”
Don’t be afraid to ask if, and how long they traded their own money, it makes a world of difference.
Left: an example of what happens in less than one second with computer trading
Below: a tweet, crude oil 1st time under $70 on way to $44. The the Buy of a decade at $29.00 when majority said $20! Crazy but I make sense of it.
In Jan & Feb 2016 April Crude buy was $28.92, the all time low before a rally to $52.00. $23,000 per 1-lot futures.
Above tweet made before 2014 end of year selling in crude oil which began in earnest giving you plenty of time to exit, or profit? As a 35 year veteran trader I share market color with my followers when the price of crude oil slipped under $70 and I saw a price crash coming. One month later in January 2015 the price had dropped to $44.70 before a 15% rally. Can you make some money with that type of trading acumen? I have done this for my entire life and stepping away from the trading pits has helped me gain sharp, level-headed, longer-term plays you, the intended recipient, may appreciate in market intelligence. I want to help young or old individuals to not be taken advantage of by bankers or brokers. I have dealt with these slick willies my whole life. I see questionable practices and want to teach people to trade profitably. We work on thinking like a trader: Always suspect. Is your adviser like that? I am a floor broker/trader (CFTC ID reg.) so I can talk markets.
Below is the picture of what happened. Look for Dec 8, 2014. Hint: It’s when crude went under $70 on its way to $44, fast.Trading less is now more important than ever due to this high-frequency trading (HFT), (In my opinion: unfair fast computer bandits to you) front running your orders. This means it costs you a tick or more each transaction. In the .4 of one second it takes for your order to be executed HFT-er’s can run over 10,000 instructions of what the parameters of your order is and act detrimentally to your wealth-being. Fellow traders think HFT ruined trading, One HFT firm brags it hasn’t lost money more than one day, in a year! I can teach you techniques that I think can help protect your orders from vultures like these.
I can teach current traders how and when to tweak your charts using different sequence, for different scenarios, look for specific, relatively easy indicators, applied to your order entry charting software.
Long term and short-all provide my same patterns. I can show you hundreds of back-tested formations.
I have known for years about these except I didn’t know what some of them meant. It has only been the last five years and thousands of hours of intense study that I have been able to put them in some sort of explainable rules and be able to share them with others.
These are the best of my best. Some of my studies unbeknownst to me until recently, are respected trading logic theories that front end systems provide at premium prices. I have always done my own homework and my fellow pit traders ask me what I thought of the market. People tell me I am like Tom DeMark who apparently does research for Paul Tudor Jones. I was in fact hired by Tudor Investment Corporation as a Proprietary Trader a lifetime ago.
I am a Member of the Chicago Board of Trade, now owned by the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. I have been registered with the FIA since 1982, previously done TV and Radio interviews with financial and Agriculture communities. I love to trade products that move a lot like NASD100 in 2001, grain drought years, stock market crashes, etc. I was not standing by the same broker being fed the ‘edge’ but instead I was making a market with my own money and answered to no one except myself at the end of the day. I can show you how that is done. Don’t get taken by the latest slick Willie’s. I am the real deal and can help you, not only think like a real trader and not a fader which other educators now-a-days sell. Fading these markets in my humble opinion, is just crazy, especially when they travel at the speed of light. Fantaseconds? That’s not trading. It is called something else in many a traders view. Managing risk is what I will teach you.
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