Start Your 1-on-1 Personal Trading Lessons and Learn How To Make Consistent Profits!

The coaching session will be one-on-one using online conferencing that allows two-way conversation as well as screen sharing so you will understand every key point. There will always be a free pre-session consultation to discuss your particular needs and goals so we can tailor a program that fits your specific needs.

FREE Tutorial

How to trade the Head and Shoulders Pattern

  • Learn WhereTo Enter
  • Where To Place Stops
  • How To Measure The     Move For Greater Profits
  • How To Trade A Failed Head and Shoulder Pattern

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No credit card required.


Choose This Option If:

  • Your Frustrated with            Your Trading Results
  • Not Making Consistent   Profits
  • Need To Learn Money              Management
  • Losers is Bigger than                       Winners
  • Dont' know where to     place stop loss or profit targets
  •   Lack Discipline
  • Taking Bad Entries and Exits
  • Learn my technique to keep the emotions out of the trade


            1 hour minimum


    Become A Disciplined Trader

    • Learn To Profit In Any        Market..Forex,Stocks,          Futures or Options
    • Learn To Be a Consistent      And Profitable Trader
    • Develop A Trading Plan
    •  Trade Management             Entries, Exits, Stops
    •   Money Management         Risk/Reward, Account         to Contract Allocation
    • Strategies For Swing Trading And Day Trading
    •  Chart Patterns That              Work Consistently
    • Candlestick Patterns and                Set-Ups

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    6 Month Program

Futures trading contains substantial risk and is not for every investor. An investor could potentially lose all or more than the initial investment. Risk capital is money that can be lost without jeopardizing ones financial security or life style. Only risk capital should be used for trading and only those with sufficient risk capital should consider trading. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.