Trading Options can initially be a daunting endeavor, as there are many techniques and strategies to use. However, just like trading equities, we often want to align our Trading Style and Personality to which sort of strategies work best, as our search for Trade Opportunities will naturally align to what we want. In this webinar, Jarad will discuss how to discover these corresponding setups and strategies, how to establish rules for trade management, and how...

In trading, Traders need to develop skills in three distinct areas: Analysis, Tactics and Mindset. One way to get a handle on this rather complex process is to imagine a Venn diagram of your trading (Venn diagrams use overlapping circles). Balanced traders have three equal circles in a symmetrical pattern. The area in the center created by the overlap is the place we want to trade from. When Traders first come to trading, however, they...

In this webinar, Mike will discuss the importance of creating a supportive trading environment is essential for successful trading. It emphasizes the importance of a positive trading environment to reduce stress and enhance decision-making. Building a network of supportive fellow traders allows for sharing insights, emotional support, and accountability. Leveraging community and mentorship provides psychological support, access to guidance, and boosts confidence, helping traders to thrive in a challenging field. ...

Join Mike as he dives into the psychological aspects of risk management, focusing on developing a proactive risk management mindset. He will explore strategies to recognize and overcome risk aversion, emphasizing the importance of balanced decision-making. Additionally, Mike will examine how risk perception influences trading decisions and offers practical techniques to mitigate perception biases. Learn how to blend psychological insights with actionable strategies for effective risk management. ...

Most traders have heard of averaging down. It is often an act of desperation to reduce a trader's average cost for a position because the trade has gone against them. But did you know you can average UP on a trade to build a bigger position on a winning trade (or DOWN on a short). This can be done without any additional risk aside from a tighter breakeven stop. This additional buying power can result...

Why is reaching consistent profitability as a Trader difficult for many?  The answer lies hidden in the fact that to be a consistent Trader, Traders must become consistent within thyself; traders must become self-mastered.  Join Susan to discuss concepts like emotional regulation, breath work, meditation, self-awareness, thinking in probabilities, and self-discipline.  All tools’ traders can work on to improve as they embark on the journey to become self-mastered traders. ...

Taking trades is so much more then downloading an app and pushing a button. You need to know how to manage your emotions, and manage your risk. In this webinar we approach stock trading from the mentality of professional gambler. In order to execute a system quickly, you must be in control of yourself at all times. Only risking exactly what you are willing to lose. You must know when to be diamond handed and...

Entries matter more than exits. Good entries give us tremendous leverage on our psychology. A good entry solves 80% of one’s psychological problems before they ever emerge. Entries can be planned in detail, whereas exits are always highly discretionary. Good entries lower stress and build confidence, regardless of the results of any trade. When we’ve made a proper entry, it’s much easier to accept the uncertain outcome. Good entries help us cultivate the probabilistic mindset...