Guppytraders DVD Stream
Pattern Trading Profits
As technical traders we do the same thing with our charts. We gaze into price activity in the hopes of finding that star dazzling pattern amongst the sea of price data that will ensure that new riches are found. This instalment of the Guppy Trading Education DVD series Pattern Trading Profits guides your voyage through the turbulent seas of essential price patterns you see in the market. The presentation by ‘CNBCs Chart Man’ Daryl Guppy is accompanied by animated charts that allow you to see how these patterns are recognised, how they develop and how they guide traders to find highly profitable, yet low risk trading opportunities.
GMMA Trend Volatility Management
Make volatility your friend using these advanced trend volatility methods to manage trade entry and trade exit. Learn how to use the momentum minute to reduce entry risk in derivative trading. Trend volatility delivers better trade management and avoids false exits from profitable trades. The trend volatility line (TVL) is an advanced application of the Guppy Multiple Moving Average indicator. It is applied to end-of-day, to intra-day and to scalping. It is used to overcome the limitations of stop loss trade management methods based on price volatility. Every trade moves from Hope, to Confidence, and then to Certainty (HCC method). This presentation shows how the HCC transition points are exactly identified. They are based on a better understanding of trend dynamics and the development of trend breakouts. Once a trade moves into Certainty the management of the trade also changes. The developing trend is best managed with a measure of trend volatility. This presentation explains the construction and application of trend volatility management for entry and exit on long and short trades. It is applied in intra-day trades, and for the transition from intra-day to multi-day trades. The methods also deliver better management of position trades in stocks, derivatives, futures and FX.
An ETF “shadows” or replicates, the performance of a particular market, index, or sector. They are baskets of stocks that – like mutual funds – enable you to buy or sell a portfolio of securities in a single purchase. Unlike mutual funds, however, you can trade ETFs just as you would an individual stock. You can buy and sell them at intraday prices. This is a liquid market. The ETF offers investors a diversified way to play economic sectors, global financial trends, market events and other so-called “special situations.” For individual investors, ETFs are the most-innovative, and most powerful investment instruments to hit the financial markets in recent years. CFDs are a trader’s instrument and an important innovation. ETFs are an active investor’s instrument. This presentation introduces you to the benefits and strategies for trading these instruments.
Early Warning System Trading
In every market there are always people who know information before you, but this does not have to put you at a disadvantage. The E.W.S. (Early Warning System) trading approach alerts traders to developing opportunities. In this DVD from CNBC’s ‘Chart Man’ Daryl Guppy you learn how to recognise informed trading and to profit from it. With over 45 minutes of quality teaching, Guppy explains how to identify the five chart patterns you must know that suggest informed trading is happening. He explains how you can tag along for the ride, benefiting as this information becomes more widely available in the market. Whether it is a Pile Driver Low, a Oil Rig Gusher, an Island In The Sun, a Denial or a Fool’s Gold Pattern you can learn how to profit from those who are more informed than the general market. This is chart analysis at its best.
New Warrant Trading
Volatility is back. This is not classic volatility. This is “destroy your position, smash your stop loss” volatility that annihilates long term investing and makes mastering short term trading essential. Time in the market is now the largest risk so the challenge is to maximize trading returns in the shortest time possible. This demands derivative leverage and warrants provide an excellent solution. This DVD includes new methods and techniques suitable for today’s changed market conditions. This exciting DVD explores and explains a variety of warrant trading tactics. The DVD includes an in-depth coverage of classic warrant analysis and trading. Discover insights into how the market makers approach the pricing and structure of the bid and ask prices you see on the trading screen. Explore the warrant trading edge found between classical warrant theory and actual market behaviour.