Mind Over Markets Continued: The Intensive Series 2018
With 40 years of trading experience, Jim Dalton brings a unique and proven perspective to this immersive course. The intensive series is designed to help you improve your market understanding by learning to think in terms of odds, and by honing your ability to interpret the real forces that drive markets; to trade successfully, you must understand your competition!
This dynamic extension series focuses on the market’s developing structure, where opportunities appear in the constant flow of the two-way auction process. You’ll learn to intuitively sense the way different timeframe participants reveal their motives, and how to position yourself to take advantage of their weaknesses. We’ll discuss routines to help you center yourself, so you can avoid the perils of trading in a highly emotional state.
The combination of self-understanding and market insight provides the foundation for success.
The traders who have experienced our course embrace learning as a continual dynamic process—just like the markets we seek to master. We’re here to provide you with tools that will enable you to take advantage of opportunity when it arises.
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By the End of the Intensive, You Will Learn How To:
- Understand the importance of beginning with a top down approach to improve short term trading results
- Read and interpret the daily two-way continuous auction via the Market Profile
- Hone your intuition — a must for proficient and expert level traders
- Understanding and using cognitive dissonance to your advantage
- Use repetition to your advantage and the importance of repetition in acquiring any skill. Like hitting a tennis ball, each stroke is slightly different as is each ball that comes to you.
- Understanding the difference between fast and slow trades
- Recognize anomalies and understand their significance
- Understand the importance of tempo for advanced traders
- Recognizing the signs of markets that are getting too long or too short
- Understand odds and, more importantly, how to think in terms of odds
- Understanding the importance of what does not occur
- Monitor trades for continuation
- Let the trade come to you instead of actively seeking it out