Saving The Best For Last

I have two important lessons for you today. The fifth and sixth lessons in the Traders Whiteboard series are perhaps the most overlooked aspects to successful trading. Lesson 5 delves into how important it is to have a game plan for all your trades. Look upon a game plan as you would look upon a compass to guide you through a forest. The use of a game plan in trading is extraordinarily important and this lesson will show you why.

Lesson six explains how the markets really work and how moves are formed and developed. I call this lesson "The Irrefutable Laws Of The Market". I want this lesson to be the last lesson in this 6 part series simply because I thought the other five lessons were more important to master before understanding a more esoteric view of the market.

Lesson 5 explains in simple terms how important a game plan is to your trading success.

View Lesson 5 here.

Download Adam's own Game Plan here.

Lesson 6 explains why it is important to recognize what the insiders are doing. It also shows you why it is important to enter a move early and not get left holding the bag.

View Lesson 6 here.

On Friday the markets will close at 1 PM and I expect to see very little movement unless there is an escalation in the Russian/Turkey dispute, or there is another terrorist attack. Hopefully neither of those scenarios will take place over the holidays.

To all of our clients around the world who celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday, the MarketClub Team would like thank you for your business and extend their hearty well wishes to you this Thanksgiving holiday.

Happy Thanksgiving everyone, I will be back on Monday with a new video update.

Every success with MarketClub,
Adam Hewison
Co-Creator, MarketClub

One thought on “Saving The Best For Last

  1. Thanks Adam for the six lessons. They are super interesting and helpful.

    When I receive the "Top Stocks" and the "Top Options" daily,
    is it possible to classify the symbols per alfabetic range: first the symbol with "A" then with "B" etc.

    Thanks for info.
    Pierre VERKEST

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