A Simple Forex Day Trading Strategy For Part Time Traders
How can I day trade with a full time job? That’s a question we get all the time, and this training video should shed some more light on the subject. When someone thinks of a day trader, they often envision a person who spends hours and hours of time behind the screen taking countless trades each and every day. While that could define a day trader, it doesn’t have to and quite frankly for most its not possible to spend hours of time behind the screen. So how then can someone day trade forex with the common time restraints most face day in day out? The key is focusing on setups that offer the most ‘bang for your buck’ if you will.
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Taking trades when only the best setup comes together allows minimal time investment while still being able to capitalize on movements in the market. In specific, trend reversals can be highly lucrative times. Often when a trend reverses, high risk/reward trade setups are present. Being able to identify market trend reversals long in advance can give someone on a tight schedule just the opportunity they need to be a successful trader. This is the objective of the training video above.
Why I Recommend Trading Part Time
Often due to greed traders rush the process of becoming a success in the markets. They trade on a demo account for a few months, make a profit, and then jump right into live trading. Over the years I have watched and observed literally thousands of developing traders. All who will succeed in the markets have certain common denominators, or traits that they all share. The same however could be said in regards to traders who fail. One ‘common denominator’ is their inability to just slow down! Everything has to happen yesterday for them, and this is always a clear sign of imminent failure. This is why I highly recommend slowing down and not rushing the process of becoming a professional trader. A good way to do this is to trade part time until you have at least 3-6 months of consistent profits under your belt.
Why is trading part time so important? It allows you to keep your day job, and as a result you do not have the pressure to succeed. Those who MUST succeed in order to put food on the table or pay the light bill will more often than not meet with failure. When learning how to day trade you must be 100% focused, and as much outside stress as possible should be eliminated. By keeping the job you already have until you are making consistent profits in the market, you will keep the pressure off of your trading and thus give yourself the best chance for success.
Getting To The Finish Line
I highly recommend you read through the article below that is the counter part to this training video. The article is entitled “Trading Forex Trend Reversals – End Of Day Forex System” and it will clarify this trading strategy even further. Understanding this day trading strategy will give you one more tool in your figurative traders toolbox. Learning to trade takes time as well as practice. The key to this end of day trading system is keeping track of the overall market cycle in the different currency pairs. Doing so will allow you to know on what days and on what currency pairs a trade is likely to occur. To learn more about how you can trade successfully part time I recommend checking out our advanced day trading course. There you will find the latest trading techniques and strategies, as well as daily support and guidance to accelerate the learning process.
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