Day Trading Strategies For Beginners & Advanced Traders

Most day trading strategies don’t look at the market the way they should. in order to really make money in the stock market and do very well there are a few things that you have to consider; risk management, profits, and a good day trading strategy that wins most of the time. There aren’t any strategies out there that win all the time.

I share my personal day trading results via my day trading website, TheDayTradingAcademy.com.

I keep things as simple as possible you can that the very important to understand how the market works and how it moves the way it does. It’s not about indicators, it’s not about fancy colors, it’s not about automatic plotting indicators. When you understand how the market works and really are able to interested in how the market moves when you’re able to day trade and when almost everyday.  There are a few parts to my day trading strategy:

  • Trade strictly futures
  • Trade Only Two Markets
    • E-mini S&P 500 & Crude Oil
  • Only Look At Two charts
  • 3 Indicators (yes that’s it)
  • Goal: To be profitable everyday

When I first started trading I bought a software program that costed over $7000. Little did I know that everything that within that software program I could get online for free. I started training people via the Day Trading Academy because I wanted to be transparent about day trading and what you actually need to day trade.

As you can see the this wandering trader website, I travel around the world and support myself by day trading.  It’s not as hard as people think it is but you do have to focus and make sure that you put in the work in order to be successful.  if you’re considering getting started day trading I recommend you check out my Day Trading Academy website at TheDayTradingAcademy.com and sign up for my free e-mail newsletter below:

I use a combination of two different software platforms, trade station and ninja trader, and also use a different indicators that I have found the most successful over the years, the idea was to try and take away all of the noise, or garbage if you will.  I have taken everything that I have been exposed to in my 10 year career, stripped all the fancy colors and made everything as simple as possible in order to pay attention to what’s important which is the market. We trade the market not indicators.