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If you’re looking for inspiration, motivation and practical advice on improving your trading results, Better System Trader delivers every week. Each episode brings you an expert trader who shares their own story, along with the steps, both good and bad, that they’ve taken on their path to success. With a focus on actionable insights, the tips and tricks used by the experts contain loads of value, providing you with insanely practical tips and tools you can start using TODAY. Improve your trading with Better System Trader.
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Now displaying: October, 2021
Oct 28, 2021

Lawrence Chan from DayTradingBias joins us to discuss market bias and how to leverage structural bias to increase strategy performance, including:

  • "Atomic strategies" and knowing when to NOT trade,
  • The most toxic period to backtest a strategy,
  • Why market behaviours are becoming so predictable,
  • How some trading platforms are taking traders down the wrong path,
  • Exploring biases caused by recurring events,
  • Why traders should think in concepts first,
  • Plus, leverage and volatility breakouts, chart patterns, simple tools, knowing the behaviours of market participants, human psyche, market internals and much more.

 

Disclaimer:
Trading in the financial markets involves a substantial risk of loss and is not suitable for everyone. All content produced by Better System Trader is for informational or educational purposes only and does not constitute trading or investment advice. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.

Oct 21, 2021

Jason Shapiro from Crowded Market Report discusses a contrarian approach to trading profits, including:

  • Why contrarian trading makes sense,
  • How to identify crowded trades and why price is not a good contrarian signal,
  • What the markets really are and why traders don’t understand it,
  • Risk management for contrarian trades,
  • Why traders shouldn't care about being right or wrong,
  • Plus, COT report, hedgers and speculators, fading the “experts”, trading through news events and much more.

 

Disclaimer:
Trading in the financial markets involves a substantial risk of loss and is not suitable for everyone. All content produced by Better System Trader is for informational or educational purposes only and does not constitute trading or investment advice. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.

Oct 7, 2021

Larry Tentarelli from Blue Chip Daily joins us to discuss techniques to buying pullbacks and avoiding bear markets, including:

  • Determining the trend with price action and why price action is better than indicators,
  • Using volatility and range expansion as warning signs,
  • Impact of the index on individual stocks,
  • Managing trades when markets are breaking down,
  • Reliability of moving average crosses,
  • Clues that indicate a pullback may be turning into a bear market,
  • Using market internals to identify potential turning points,
  • Plus, systematic rules vs discretionary trading, trading in a bear market, controlling the urge to overtrade, scaling-out of positions, sector rotation and selection, what to watch for in the markets right now, and much more.

 

Disclaimer:
Trading in the financial markets involves a substantial risk of loss and is not suitable for everyone. All content produced by Better System Trader is for informational or educational purposes only and does not constitute trading or investment advice. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.

 

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