Learn How To Trade ETF's, The ETF Trading Strategies that Every Individual Trader Needs!

Learn how to trade ETFs, stocks and indexes with my simple trading strategy. This service is very simple to follow, perfect for anyone starting out or if you want to save all the research and analysis. Located in our "LIVE TA CHARTS" section, you can watch, follow and trade each fund. Free Real-time trading charts in the members area, allowing you to see and trade exactly what I am trading.

To make things better I also provide updates posted in the Member's Area of the site and emails are sent to your inbox. When we are near trading signals, to keep you informed about potential setups.

To generate maximum profits I prefer to enter or exit our positions 5-15 minutes before the close of the trading day. If you are not able to watch the market through the day, then you can trade using my clear Stop Order signals which will maximize your profits and lower your risks in ETFs and stocks trading even more.

My ETF Trading Goals

I would like to outline my trading goals .

Firstly - My focus is to wait for high probability trades. I do not want to make any more trades than I need to. More Trades = More Risk for my hard earned money.

Secondly – I don’t like to hold stocks or funds any longer than I need to. Most of my trades are short term and only last 2-10 days. Some trades last 1-2 months if gold is making a large run higher but this is something that only happens every now and then.

Thirdly – My goal is to make 2-5% on each trade and I am happy. With 15-30 trades per year at 2-5% it’s not a bad return on investment.

Last – Once we are in a trade and it looks like our position is about to roll over, I will notify you to lock in some profits by selling some of the position. This is crucial if you want to consistently build your trading funds.


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My ETF and Stocks Trading Tools

You will learn how to use these tools as a member of My ETF Trading Newsletter over time.

MACD - A popular technical indicator system that combines several moving averages to better show a stock's trend and momentum.

Price Relative - Technical indicator that compares the performance of two stocks to each other by dividing their price data.

Breakout Buy Signal – This is when the price of a fund or stocks close above our resistance trend line and the MACD cross’ to the upside confirming the trend line break. This is the first requirement for a tradable bounce.

Breakout Sell Signal - This is when the price of a fund or stocks close below our support trend line and the MACD cross’ to the downside confirming the trend line break. This is the first requirement for a tradable breakdown.

Upside Reversal – When the price of a fund closes higher than the previous days high.

Downside Reversal – When the price of a fund closes lower than the previous days low.

Maximum 3% Risk Trading Rule - We will not enter any trades that have more than 3% risk.
When we enter a trade, we do not want to pay for the shares if they are more that 3% above our exit price (stop loss). If the stock is trading at more than 3% higher than where we would exit then risk is to high and no position is taken.

Stock price $101.00
Support Price/Exit Price: $100.00
3% above our support/exit price: $103.00
We do not want to enter the trade if the stock is over $103.00 because the risk will be over 3%

Trade Alert – All trades are entered and exited at the close of the trading day for best results or at the open the next day.  Real-time email alerts sent to your inbox and posted in the member’s area.

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Stock Trading Strategies - The trading model has three options for stopping us out of our positions:

Trading Strategy #1 - For Traders who want to minimize risk
You can place a hard stop at the price indicated for that fund. A Stop order will turn your order into a market order and execute once the price is reached. This minimizes risk as you are able to get out of the position the second the position goes against you. The draw down is that many times positions will drop down and test support, then rally up again. This is what happened to a few of you this week with ASA and USO.
Trading Strategy #2 - For Traders who only look at charts after hours
You can check the price of our positions at the end of the day when the market is closed. If the price is signaling a buy or sell signal, the you follow the guidelines (within the range indicate) to buy or sell at the open the next day. This works well for traders who cannot watch the market at the close or do not want to place stop orders. The draw down to strategy #2 is that you will miss more trades over the course of the year.
Trading Strategy #3 - For Traders who can place trades at the close - Best Performing
If you can watch the position between 3:45pm and 3:59pm, you can manually place your order to enter and exit trades. This is the ultimate way to avoid swings below support and to enter and exit positions at a good price.

*WARNING* - Important note to new subscribers: We trade the signals, not the analysis. This is where emotions can take over and you enter a trade which has much too high of risk. Remember the analysis will give us buy & sell signals, and then we wait for a low risk setup to enter a position.

My trading model is simple. Enter a position when we have a low risk setup, and exit on a trend line break. It’s best not to enter a trade if risk is more than 3%. This simple money management rule can help avoid getting whipsawed out of a position.

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