Many traders struggle to profit consistently from the opening gap. Learn how professional gap trader Scott Andrews uses historical probabilities to trade the simplest and most lucrative of all setups: the opening gap fade. Sharing his personal research, Scott details his entire methodology, including his four-filter selection process, and his entry, target, and stop placement techniques. He also covers "5 Critical Money Management Rules" and tips for trading with probabilities. Unlike most trading education content, this comprehensive DVD set was professionally recorded in a studio with Tony Marino, the highly regarded trading moderator and host.
To trade the opening gap or not is the single most important decision many short-term and swing traders will make on a given day. The result of the trade may impact the trader's confidence and capital, as well as provide valuable insights into the potential price action for the rest of the session. Watch, listen and learn as professional gap trader Scott Andrews introduces the four different types of gaps and optimal trading techniques for each. He will also explain the easiest trade of the day, "the Gap Fade," along with the 4 most important trading variables, and 7 'must-know' trading tips. Unlike most trading education content, this comprehensive DVD set was professionally recorded in a studio with Tony Marino, the highly regarded trading moderator and host.
To trade the opening gap or not is the single most important decision many short-term and swing traders make on a given day. Further, many traders struggle with profiting from the opening gap - arguably the most lucrative of all intraday setups. Join Scott Andrews as he shares his probability-based methodology, helpful research and tips for getting started with the simplest trade of the day. Whether you trade stocks or indices, this webinar will help you avoid the riskiest opening gap setups while maximizing the profits of your winning trades. Scott will also show you how he simplifies execution and avoids many of the pitfalls of discretionary, indicator-based trading.