10 Steps to a Successful Trade
Do You Have What it Takes to be Successful?
If you've missed Mr. Lan Turner's live trading training seminars, then pick up his in-depth 10 Steps Course. This amazing futures trading course gives you a step-by-step guide, showing you the process of breaking down a chart into its fundamental pieces. Learn from over 100 full color futures chart examples and chapter activities throughout the workbook as Mr. Turner personally walks you through his trading strategies step by step. If you have never ordered an educational product from Track 'n Trade before, this would be a good place to start.
Table of Contents
- Chapter One: Identify a Market
Learn how to scan the markets and determine the correct market for you to trade.
- Chapter Two: Locate & Identify Recurring Price Patterns
Learn to identify technical analysis formations and patterns in futures charts.
- Chapter Three: Establish Short-Term Trend &
Learn to analyze your market for short-term trend and retracement levels.
- Chapter Four: Determine Long-Term Trading Range, Trend &
Learn to analyze your market for long-term trend, retracement levels, and trading range.
- Chapter Five: Analyze the Market for a Seasonal Bias
Learn to recognize seasonal tendencies for your market using the Track 'n Trade indicators.
- Chapter Six: Compare Like Contracts Learn about the relationships between different markets and contracts.
- Chapter Seven: Reference Indicators for Added
Learn to use indicators to confirm other technical analysis.
- Chapter Eight: Establish Risk vs. Reward Ratio & Money
Learn to determine your risk and reward potential in a trade and methods to manage that risk.
- Chapter Nine: Determine the Best Method of Market Entry
Learn when to enter a trade and what types of orders to use.
- Chapter Ten: Determine the Best Method of Market Exit
Learn when to exit a trade and what types of orders to use.
All Courses and Material offered are intended for educational purposes only. They are not a recommendation to buy or sell any particular financial instrument. There is risk of loss when trading stocks, futures, or forex; see full risk disclosure.