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Study Time

How much time do you devote to charts study each day?

It varies for me, but ideally, sufficient time to truly consider what is happening in the markets I'm interested in trading. For me, charts study is a part of my self-control and self-discipline efforts.

Confidence comes from the self-disciplinary aspect of doing little things consistently right. I believe that when traders do their chart work every night, and perform price action analysis accurately, they will begin to make the right trade decisions on a regular basis. Whenever I have failed to follow a regular routine of chart observation and study, my trading results have suffered.

Each trader should have a special work space, where he analyzes markets every day, possibly including Sunday evening if trading on Monday is contemplated. Such study should be without any disturbances allowed. Even if a trader just looks at charts for markets, he does not trade in order to gain perspective, this time should be allocated for regular study. I have noticed that the greats in every field engage in regular practice. I can remember seeing a documentary on TV about Arthur Rubenstein, the great pianist. They showed that this man practiced uninterrupted for 23 hours every single day. Taking a hint from the greats, I have incorporated regular chart study into the routine of my life.

When I released my eBook, Money Master. The response has been awesome, and people are now using the Money Master strategies to profitably, consistently, and safely manage their own money.

I tested the Money Master strategies for 6 years, and found the strategies to be so safe and profitable that I honestly believe everyone should learn to use them.

When I produced Money Master, I wrote that the strategies it contained could be deployed actively or passively as it suits your temperament and availability of time. Those who read the book have insisted that I teach them more.

For that purpose, I have put together a Money Master Recorded Webinar in which you can learn advanced strategies - concepts that make the original strategies even more powerful.

It has taken a bit of time to put the seminar together because I want to demonstrate these strategies using real trades - trades that I actually made, so you could see step-by-step exactly what I did, and how I did it.

In the seminar Money Master Advanced Concepts, I show you how to "fine tune" some of your trades for even greater profitability with only minimal additional effort. I show you how to protect yourself and your money. You will learn concepts that will turn you into an extremely mature master of your money.

However, you must read the Money Master eBook which is prerequisite for fully understanding the course.

The Money Master strategies are exciting, safe, and profitable. They are so important that I believe the strategies should be taught in the schools, and that you should teach them to your children and grandchildren if you want them to be financially independent early in their lives. Actually, no matter what your age, it is not too late to learn how to make money wisely, safely, and consistently by using the Money Master strategies.

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Thursday, 13 June 2024

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