Dear trader and blog reader,
One of the things I have always enjoyed, is sharing what I know with others. I have to thank my parents for teaching me the joy of sharing.
So it is in their memory, that I am excited to share with you, what I hope will be an informative, interesting and helpful series of trading that I named ... Traders Whiteboard.
Participating in the Traders Whiteboard experience will teach you everything you need to know to become a successful trader.
In every Traders Whiteboard video I explain in detail how to use many of the same trading tools that are in use today by some of the worlds top hedge fund traders.
You are probably wondering much all of this is going to cost? The truth is, the service is free, and there are no catches.
You can credit my parents for that.
There's no registration required or needed to experience the Traders Whiteboard videos.
Your journey towards greater trading knowledge begins right here.
About Adam Hewison
Adam Hewison is a former floor trader and past member of several major exchanges, including the International Monetary Market (IMM) a division of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange in Chicago, Index and Options Market(IOM) Chicago, New York Futures Exchange (NYFE) and The London Financial Futures Exchange (LIFFE). Adam is the author of "Right on the Money, The Definitive Guide to Forecasting Foreign Exchange Rates" and numerous other financial ebooks and web videos. His latest project with partner Dave Maher is INO TV. This newly created service is dedicated to educating traders through streaming video seminars.
3 thoughts on “Everything you need to take your trading to the next level”
Thanks Adam, I'm a newbie in trading your post in this blog make my eye open how to trade for a good result. Till now I only apply my good trading software for the best result but if it is added with science from you, result of my trading will become better.
Thank you Adam for you're Help and a good post.
Successful Trader Characteristics
Do not chase a trade or enter a bad trade out of boredome.
Let a good trade mature, not taking a profit too soon, too small.
Get out of a bad trade quickly, don't tie up your capital in the bad trade.
(SMALL LOSS - A COST OF DOING BUSINESS
BIG LOSS - TRADING MISTAKE).
Take healthy, regular profits out of yor winning trades.
Add skills that you are weak in and maintain consistency in the ones that you are already good.
Expect to succeed. Practice, concentration, planning, and a systematic logical approach are vital.
thanks mr.adam hewison
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