All this not for thousands or even hundreds of dollars but for$74.97. This price makes it affordable so you have the possibility to be profitable NOW!
I will show you a handful of high probability set ups that you can trade the NQ, ES, YM, TF, 6E or any other instrument or market that you are interested in immediately, using standard indicators already available on most platforms without having to buy expensive indicators or programs. You will follow the simple entry rules using these standard indicators for confirmation to take the trade giving you the confidence you need to make the trade and improve your profits. We always use stops so you know your risk before you ever take the trade.(These set ups are not using the Order Flow tools)
My name is Trisha Ogilvie and I have been trading since 1999 and in those years I have spent thousands, OK tens of thousands of dollars on services, programs and systems that never delivered or did what they promised they would. I know you have too. You start to feel like something is wrong with you and that everyone is making money except you. You are not alone. My goal is to offer my Easy Emini Day Trading Training program at an affordable price and show you a way to trade without spending thousands or even hundreds on indicators and/or programs.
The key to becoming a successful trader is to have a solid trading plan and a few high probability set ups that you are confident in taking and that you can repeat over and over again.
Below are a some of the set ups you will learn in the ebook. (Click on the image to make it larger) The set ups can be traded on any type & size chart on any instrument.
Slinky Set Up Keltner Channel Continuation Kaboom Set Up 5 Minute Opening Range
Futures trading contains substantial risk and is not for every investor. An investor could potentially lose all or more than the initial investment. Risk capital is money that can be lost without jeopardizing ones financial security or life style. Only risk capital should be used for trading and only those with sufficient risk capital should consider trading. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.