Our Trading Strategies
Buy Pre-market High
Pre-market high setups are triggered by a rally that occurs prior to the market opens.
We will analyze and establish the peak of a trade before the market opens, so when trading begins, you'll know exactly when to buy
Buy Bull Flags
We have a profound love of trading Bull Flags. We'll show you how to deal with them for low float stocks on the 1-minute and 5-minute charts. We'll also delve into the method of pulling back on the first couple of Bull Flags to wait for safe entry on 9EMA, 200EMA, or VWAP.
The abcd trading setup is a volatile and occasionally violent trading type. The essence is to anticipate the market moving in a direction and trying to be there before it does, so as to maximise potential returns, and minimise potential losses.
A perilous setup that can bankrupt your account, but it's one of our favorites. We can teach you how to win big on trades with this strategy, but be aware of the high risk.
There is some rules for this setup:
1- The stock must be halted up.
2-The Stock has good volume.
3-The Stock has good news.
if the halt is more than 5 minutes that would be even greater setup...
Buy Sudden Dips
Many traders use the term "falling knife", to describe a security whose price has substantially declined and is very volatile. However,
Buying sudden dips is our favorite afternoon trade usually buying sudden dips supported with good support line ,
such as 200 EMA VWAP , Whole Dollar
and Half dollar
The VWAP indicator is a great tool for day traders, as well as swing traders who enjoy trading volatile stocks. The VWAP indicator is a volume weighted average price, and it can be used to establish support and resistance levels. This is a useful indicator for day traders to create entry signals into the stocks that they are trading.
Flat Top Breakouts
The flat top break out setup is a popular setup when trading stocks. With the break out strategy, you are anticipating that the price will move through an important level. Once that happens, you are in a position. The key to the flat top break out is to watch for market confirming trendlines.
Short selling stocks is the act of borrowing stock in an overpriced company, then selling it, and buying it back later when the price falls to cover the loaned shares, which is called repurchasing shares, thus allowing great returns on investments with high risk.
we implement this strategy when we see spike for the stock and reaching resistance line.
Red to Green
We'll detail the Red to Green method and how to apply to right after the market opens. We'll show you the quick actions required when executing the strategy.