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I know the odds have always been stacked against us but has this made it worse. If so, are there markets such as individualized stocks or options that give us a better edge. Joe's Answer: There is one thing you have to realize about mechanized trading. It has turned the markets into nothing more than gigantic gambling casinos.

When a computer is in control of a market, the normal human emotional reactions to the movement of price are made null and void. As mechanized trading becomes increasingly prevalent, the markets will become increasingly volatile and dangerous.

I have witnessed this evolution towards computerize trading throughout my entire career, but I never let it bother me. I learned how to work around it. First, it became possible to trade using a PC. That brought with it an onslaught of indicators, and various ways to try to measure the markets mathematically Gann, Elliott, Fibonacci, et al.

It's not that those things didn't previously exist. But it was terribly difficult and time consuming to try to analyze the markets using technical analysis prior to the PC. It was about all I could handle to keep track of a moving average. However as technical analysis became prevalent, fundamental analysis became of little use. They know them, and they used to control the markets.

But with the move from main-frame computers down to PCs, came huge pools of money and funds, which made the commodity giants look small. They no longer could control the markets based on fundamentals. The pools and funds were in control, and that caused markets overall to stop trending and begin swinging. The pools and funds bought oversold and sold overbought, and the markets forever changed.

Now we are looking at the next revolution in trading and that is high frequency mechanized trading where no human is involved other than in the programming of the computer. Can a computer programmer program for every conceivable situation? Not hardly! And so in February of , we saw over 4, contracts of crude oil trade in 15 seconds of the final 4 minutes of trading before mark-to-market. These were buy contracts and there was a flash explosion. Then in May we saw a 1, point drop in the Dow in a period of 2 hours--a computer out of control.

We are going to see more and more of these types of flash crashes, and flash explosions as various entities write there own programs trying to get a piece of that action.

So, how does the small retail trader survive under those conditions? The following are some of the things we are doing at Trading Educators.

Day Trading: We day trade nothing over a 10 minute chart in gold, Russell , crude oil, and euro. These change in accordance with market volatility. Today we may trade gold on a 10 minute chart and tomorrow we may trade it on a 3 minute chart. We have become scalpers, literally, so we are able to run between the legs of the market movers. Options: We trade weekly options currently there are 25 of them on exchange traded funds ETFs , especially those that offer double and triple leverage.

That gives us high premiums. Spreads: We trade observation, seasonal and correlation spreads on commodities. We have the most extensive educational program on spread trading of anyone in the business. Forex: We trade not me personally our discretionary trading method called "Ambush. It trades almost exclusively the cross rates-that's where the most money is made in Forex trading.

We trade virtually every day. We are real traders. But there is one overriding factor about our business. All of our traders are teachers, and all are willing to share with others the way we trade. We are an educational company. We teach in every aspect of trading, and we support everything we teach. That is why I am willing to tell you what we trade. All of our trading is designed to give us and our students an edge.

Having an edge is everything there is in trading, apart from self-and business- management. But learning to manage yourself and your business are in themselves ways to gain an edge.

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Question 7: You spoke of changing markets with volatility. What is it about volatility that makes you change. Too much or not enough? How do you measure that and know when it is time to change markets.

Joe's Answer: One of the most important things you can ever do is to determine your own personal risk tolerance.

Once you know that, you must match it to the market and time frame that offers that amount of risk. If the risk in the market is too much, drop down to a lower time frame. If it is too little, step up to a larger time frame.

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There are numerous ways to determine volatility. You need to match the method you use to the way you trade. I know of no magic volatility measurement that fits all time frames and all markets. Probably the simplest way to do it is determine the volatility in the time frame you wish to trade.

You change markets and time frames when the amount of risk is not enough or too much. That means you should have a range of risk you are willing to take per trade. Then look at how many lots you need to trade to make what you want. If that's too much stand down, or move to a lower time frame. Conversely, there needs to be enough volatility for you to achieve your objective. Question 8: Joe, with all the benefits of business trading there are some disadvantages and difficulties.

Would you comment on them, please.

Joe's Answer: There are many difficulties, the main one being winning the battle of who you are--you might call it the battle over your emotions and self-esteem. This seems to be the most difficult thing for traders to do.

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You have to fight fear, greed, pride, etc. The thing that destroys most traders is themselves, not the market. The market is an amazing instrument for bringing out every one of your weaknesses and exploiting them much to your sorrow.

I like to think that becoming a trader is becoming someone like the character "Rambo" in the movies. Totally focused, essentially unemotional, completely in control during your mission. That mission takes you into warfare each time you trade, but the enemy is seldom the market, the enemy is you. There are also disadvantages to trading and these are largely a result of having a wrongmind set due to an erroneous education.

For example, it is no fun at all for most people to have to sit in front of a screen all day long trading in and out, trying to end up a winner. Sitting in front of a screen like that almost guarantees you will lose.

At my seminars and in private tutoring I show traders that all they have to do is make one single winning trade a day. To do that takes on average 20 minutes. That may seem to be a pipe dream, but I can prove it and do so all the time. If you make yourself a slave to the market you have set yourself at a disadvantage. Another disadvantage of having had a wrong education is believing in idiotic things like Elliott Waves, Fibonacci Numbers, and Gann Theory, and Candlesticks.

Those are all nice money-making gimmicks for the people who sell them. I can prove to anyone that none of those are necessary to being able to make all the money you want as a trader. So you are at a disadvantage if you make trading a whole lot more complicated than it really needs to be. In summary then, what makes trading hard is the fight with yourself, and the fight against all the baloney that is marketed out there as "if you'll buy my product, you will own a yacht, a mansion, a Rolls Royce and your own private jet.

I can safely say, that those who have the most knowledge, have the advantage over those who don't. The Disciplined Trader Intensive Program: The Psychology of Profits 12 Question 9: I was just wondering how to select a teacher, to really figure out if he is qualified.

A good sales pitch has taken me in a few times. When I get a mentor I would like to know their qualities as a trader or teacher. I am not certain how to do this. Joe's Answer: Going by my own experience, getting a mentor will save you hours of hard and mostly fruitless work, along with a ton of money. That's where I was truly fortunate.

A mentor is a short cut to getting what you really need to know and avoiding all the garbage you don't need to know. Not everyone benefits from a mentor because so many need to learn the hard way. Others listen to a mentor but immediately try to fix what they've been taught. The best way to find a mentor is via word of mouth. Question Can you expand on how traders can simply take one trade a day and be done within a few hours? It's actually quite amazing to look at how quickly an account grows over the period of 2 years if we can become consistent.

However, right now, I find myself too often sitting too long in front of the computer screen, monitoring trades, giving back pips, and frustrating myself! Joe's Answer: You answered your own question--trade more lots. But trade more lots on very high percentage setups, that occur frequently at the right time of day, in time frames having acceptable risk for the way you want to trade, and for your personal comfort level.

There are very high percentage setups available that are so simple that few traders ever discover them. Nevertheless, they are right in front of your nose, with no need for indicators, or fancy theories.

The problem is that most traders are looking for things to be complicated for them to be of any value. One of the secrets of the markets is to look for what is glaringly simple. Question I watched the webinar you made for the Basics course and printed up the slides that went with it. You state that we are our own worst enemy and the problems we have as traders are those that derive from our own individuality. You also mention that personal management is the most important area in terms of having a successful trading business.

We are all here in this course to master our emotions and develop self-discipline and selfcontrol, but how did you overcome your internal problems and emotions when you knew The Disciplined Trader Intensive Program: The Psychology of Profits 13 you had to do something to manage your trading business before these types of courses even existed? You mention creating a Life Index, an Equity Curve, keeping a diary of your emotions and logging all your trades, but when it comes down to looking at the market real time, watching the ticks come off waiting for your opportunity to enter, what did you do to "get your mind right" to have the self-discipline and self-control that we need?

Joe's Answer: I did two things: 1. I engaged in serious self-examination. I needed to find out who I was, and where my weaknesses were. I attacked those weaknesses that I felt I could overcome, and invented workarounds for those I couldn't. Part of those workarounds were the tools; Life Index, Equity Curve, diary of my feelings, and a trade log. I burned inside to have wisdom.

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I found what I needed in the Bible, in the Book of Proverbs. Question At what point should a trader look at moving their money into an LLC or other safe r tax haven.

Can you please give us some guidance on this? How do we maximize our business and minimize tax before being able to afford to run a LLC? Joe's Answer: You should consult with Traders Accounting.

But Jim Crimmins at Traders Accounting does. Question It is great when you wait for the high probability "A" trade and the market moves on to your hit targets and enables you to reach your goal for the day in one trade. The problem comes in when I see a mediocre non-"A" trade that doesn't quite meet all my entry criteria so I pass on it go on to hit targets I would have set if the trade was entered. I get very frustrated, but I continue to wait patiently for my "A" trade.

When I see it, I enter according to my rules. The "A" trade ends up either a small loser a trade that plain didn't work or a small winner that doesn't go on to hit my targets. I know that this is both anticipated and expected in trading, but the event ends up staying in the back of my mind and influencing my future entry decisions. I become overly focused on looking for the next entry opportunity because I still have my goal to meet.

What will happen is I will over look a detail in my entry criteria and enter a trade that isn't correct according to my rules at all. I guess you could say that my brain is looking for the next opportunity so intently that it fabricates something.

It messes up my brain and makes it difficult to stay on track with what is truly happening in the market. Any ideas on this? Joe's Answer: Relax, you are trying to hard, and probably trading too much. Here's a true story. A friend of mine tried for over 10 years to make money trading, but he could never seem to get ahead. He first tried Elliott Waves, but that didn't work for him.

He next tried day trading futures, but that didn't work, either. He switched to day trading stocks. Everywhere he went the only thing on his mind was his trading. I could never during the day hold a conversation with him. He had his laptop and some sort of radio connection that let him see the markets and that's where his nose was all day long. We went to important meetings, but he never paid attention.

He was looking at his laptop screen showing the markets. Finally, one day he told me he had made a breakthrough, and indeed he had.

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During all those years, he never could make a living from his trading, but he had another business that paid the rent and kept food on the table. It was a good business and he hardly had anything to do but trade. His other business ran itself. What was the breakthrough? He began to look at yearly charts. Yes yearly charts, and 6 month charts, and quarterly charts--monthly--weekly charts.

He began to see the big picture and to understand it. Based on what he saw on all the other charts, he made daily chart entries and began to win. Wanna know what his risk was per trade?

The result: His account grew ten-fold in only 6 months. He still trades that way to this day, and he is a very happy trader. He doesn't look at the markets all day. He travels the world.

His secret? Learn to understand the markets, not some indicator, not some method, not something that causes you to be intense. Real trading is just the opposite of what most people think it is, but few and far between are the real traders who will teach you what they have discovered. Question When we take positions in the futures market for the medium term, I read somewhere that you should treat each day's starting opening position as a fresh one.

I mean, think of it as though you would put it on at the opening price on that day and then assess whether you need to keep the position or get rid of it. I mean delete the back history of the position since the time we had it from our minds.

I guess this is for us to easily cut losing positions and avoid the emotional trauma of parting of ways and finally booking a loss. I hope you get my meaning. What do you think? Apart from testing, the only thing that matters is what you are doing with what you are seeing right before your eyes.

You can't trade history, and contrary to what many believe, you can't trade the future. You can trade only the now.

People who try to predict what the market will do are spinning their wheels. Ask them to tell you where the next tick will be. They have a 1 in 3 chance of getting it right. People who back test until they are blue in the face also wasting their time. There are no guarantees that history will repeat itself. Question Once we hold a position for a long time, usually a loss making one or sometimes doing nothing, we tend to 'marry' the stock as you mentioned.

That clouds our judgment about what to do if it makes a move. I know we should have got out much earlier, but that is another story. How does one deal with this kind of emotional reasoning?

Joe's Answer: Get a divorce. Divorcing a woman can be costly. Divorcing a trade is wise. You have to act contrary to human nature. There are no magic ways to deal with the kind of emotional reasoning that keeps you in a trade when you know you should have gone out--even if it means exiting with a loss. It is totally a matter of training yourself in discipline and self-control. You cannot learn those traits by reading about them.

You bite the bullet and dive in and make discipline and self-control a habit. You learn to get out quickly when you are wrong and you learn to take profits quickly when you are right. If I am in a trade and it is profitable I take all or part of it off as fast as I can.

I want to be paid to trade. I want to get a free trade at the very least, so I am quick to get myself a pay day. As soon as I'm paid, the pressure is off. I can now relax and enjoy the trade. But if I'm wrong I am also quick to get out.

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