Best Kept Secrets on Wall Street
A compilation of invaluable trading wisdom learned over decades of trading the markets.
Best Kept Secrets on Wall Street – And Other Trading Secrets Revealed
Want to get more Trading Profits? Silly question, I know. Yet in spite of all the information out there “on the net”, so much of it is bad or just plain wrong. How can you possibly know the difference?
That’s why I put together the new mini-course “The Best Kept Secrets on Wall Street – And Other Trading Secrets Revealed”. This course will show you where a lot of traders go wrong, and what you can do about it.
The course includes subjects like:
- The Best Kept Secret on Wall Street
- The Risk Reward Lie
- Using the 80/20 Rule to Improve Your Trading
- How to Optimize Your Profit (and Stop Loss) Targets
- The World’s Best Indicator
- How to Stop Overtrading
- The Biggest Mistake that Trader’s Make
- …and much more.
This information is important to your trading success, which is why I want you to have it. The course content has been made into a PDF for easy download.
Erich Senft, CTA is a patient trading mentor, well known for his knack of explaining complicated concepts in easy to understand terms. He does not force his own ideas or trading style on other traders, rather, he helps you bring out your strengths and identify and work with your weaknesses; and develop a comprehensive trading plan.
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