Taking Tips

Well meaning friends and advisories often send out specific picks as to what to trade and when. There are inherent dangers in such programs, despite everyone’s best efforts. First, even if posted on Twitter, your mentor makes the trade, sends you the details and...

Why Training is Essential for Day Trading Stock Options

I often hear traders tell me they know how to trade options, when in fact, they have only traded equities. That’s like saying you can commandeer a Ferrari because you know how to drive a Volkswagen. Nothing could be further from the truth. Stock trading is easy;...

SPY vs SPX

Understanding the differences may give an insight as to why we trade what we trade. SPY has more volume but SPX has the value. SPY is the SPDR S&P 500 exchange-traded fund (ETF), the most widely traded stock on the equity option exchanges. In normal times, over...

Working for a Bad Boss?

Ever wonder how some people become bosses? Most of us have worked for, you know, what we may consider a high functioning sociopath. Some are so clued out, it’s not even funny. One boss even asked an underling “Do they have Facebook in Toledo?” How...

High Performance Training Course

We recently revamped our intense training programs to better suit everyone involved. We made them shorter in length at only an hour long. We spread them out over a few days. We made them more accessible and affordable. We are even providing them more frequently,...

Morality of Trading

It is incumbent upon the trader to understand the reality and truth in relations to the financial markets. While hard work, objective study and historical observation purport to be the best methods, how economies function and move civilizations through recessions and...