Simpler Trading – Secrets to Trading Options on ETFs
Heighten your learning level with Secrets to Trading Options on ETFs from Simpler Trading
The term “exchange traded fund” refers to a mutual fund that is exchanged on a stock exchange, similar to how equities are traded. Due to the fact that shares of an ETF are bought and sold on the open market throughout the day, the price of an ETF’s shares will fluctuate during the trading day. This is in contrast to mutual funds, which are not traded on a stock exchange and trade just once a day, after the markets shut, after the markets have closed. Furthermore, as compared to mutual funds, exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are more cost-effective and more liquid.
In this one day theory class plus three full days of live trading online, Secrets to Trading Options on ETFs from Simpler Trading you will walk through the secrets to trading options on ETFs shared by your instructor John Carter.
- The greatest daily and intraday scans for important ETFs, as well as information on how to decide which of these trades to swing and day trade
- A thorough explanation of ways to utilize sizing variables in real time for optimum profitability across a small, medium, and big client base
- If you are concerned about possible losses, you can implement controls to reduce the probability of a loss
- A step-by-step guide on how to perform Intermarket research and why it’s absolutely essential for trading ETFs
- What to do when things go wrong because, no matter how well you plan, there will always be one day where things go wrong
- An approach to investing each trading day with a calm state of mind so you can make good decisions
- The secret to personal money management guidelines is found in everyone’s dreams
- There are a variety of daily routines you may establish to ensure you’re getting the most out of your trading time
Simpler Trading now offers the online course Secrets to Trading Options on ETFs, allowing you to do real-time trading in the comfort of your own home or trading office without the benefits of hindsight.