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Hi guys, we are looking for ideas for Success Webinars, what would be great content/topics you wish to see in upcoming Success Webinars?

Below is a list of topics that we are already working on, share your ideas! 

  • Come Into My Trading Room Series (Mods go over their trading setup in detail)
  • Day Trading Options
  • Extreme Reversals Strategy
  • How to use Stop Losses
  • Intro to Futures Trading
  • Journaling (Psychology & Trades)
  • Money Management
  • Risk Management and Risk to Reward Analysis
  • Strategy Backtesting
  • Trade Managment (Stoploss, Profit, Adding, Target)
  • Trading Leveraged ETFs: TVIX, NUGT DUST etc

 

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Abiel Guerra

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  • Overcoming / bouncing back from really tough losses or losing periods
  • Strategies for scaling up (when/how you know you are ready)
  • Creating greater accountability: Finding trading buddies or creating your own accountability group
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Posted (edited)

Price Action:

> Why does the price of a stock change - supply and demand

> Pullbacks VS Reversals

> Reading candles and the psychology behind them

> Exercises to better read price action

> Choppiness and how to recognize it

 

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1) Would really like Brian for a Swing trading webinar/workshop, on how he selects his swing trading watchlist, what criteria he bases his watchlist on.

Every time he shares a weekly recap, he does mention stocks he is keeping as watch on.

Would be really helpful if such a webinar can be arranged.

 

2) Day Trading Options by Nas, the first part was a really good into, Another follow up with strategies and specifically which cheap OTM options to trade would be really good too

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Good suggestions in all posts above.  I'd like to see one on how to trade stocks with wider spreads ($DIS, $BA, $ZM, ...)

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Elliott Wave theory, Intro, Inter and Advanced.....suggest invite Crypto Hippo Trading Channel, he does some in-depth analysis.  Could be good expose on how to swing/position trade for community.

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I second the vote for a swing trading webinar -- or perhaps even longer term trend trading.  If Brian could cover the scans he is using, and also the setups, that would be really helpful.  

Thanks.

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Abiel and Andrew -

 

I would like to suggest a success webinar on the topic of "Adding to your position" - All the nuances, when to do it, how much

to add, whether to take profit before adding or add before taking profit, etc.

Many Thanks,

Emily

 

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It would be great if we can have a success webinar or class on the different partialing methods from the moderators. Which they prefer, or if the went all out, etc... At which point the go out (round numbers, risk reward ratio, etc.)

 

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Joerg

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Since this is killing me day after day, maybe a webinar on trading different time frames in the day besides the first 1/2 hour.  I can't seem to pull myself away from that time frame even though I'm not successful in it.

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i had asked for an Elliott Wave intro in some other topic ,but we could expand on tht with a series of EW presentations. 

I think I even suggested a YouTuber  (Hippo Cryto) tht currently does extremely good and detailed EW analysis of BTC (he only trades BTC) but his teachings apply to any chart, Multiple Time Frames. Yearly to 1 min. Position, swing and scalping.

This would be good exposure to the community, I think.

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nikkib, I recommend trying afternoons. After lunch, say starting at 1pm or so. Not sure how long you've been trading but mornings are hard for a while. Afternoon give you more time to think, assess your entries (and bail if you realize it was bad), manage trades... It's much slower. It's a bit different too with more trend then momentum trading. Great training ground I think though.


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Skye - Thanks for the input.  I've been trading for a year or so.  I've been telling myself I need to do that, maybe trade the afternoon instead.  Maybe I actually will try it now!  Thanks 🙂

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Mathematical Probability applied to trading. It would be nice to have a webinar explaining the probability applied to trading the markets. Topics that might be covered:

- A mathematical explanation of the probability of having a losing/winning streak given a winning %.

How probability is applied on casinos (from the casino owner’s point of view), which is the way a trader should trade.

Why you don’t need to have a big winning % if you understand probability.

Some real-life examples where probability determine the outcome and how can we apply it to trading.

- Why thinking in probabilities helps with handling the roller coaster of emotions during trading.

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