Trading the Pristine Method
Greg Capra, Paul Lange _ Trading the Pristine Method
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Author: Greg Capra, Paul Lange
Since 1994, The Trading the Pristine Method (TPM) seminar has provided people just like you the stock trading education they need to achieve success in the markets through every market condition. For over 20 years we have successfully taught thousands of day traders, swing traders and investors.
Whether you are a novice starting out, or you are experienced in the markets, Trading the Pristine Method provides you with the comprehensive training you need for trading and investing with a path to success.
In this comprehensive 2-day seminar, you will learn our timeless technical analysis-based, price action-based, method that you can apply to day trading, swing trading, and long-term investing, regardless of the instrument you trade. What we teach is a proper method that you can use every day, year in and year out (not indicators-based; we don’t sell indicators that quickly become useless).
Thousands of traders and investors just like you have repeatedly voted Pristine’s education to be the best. Trust your trading career and financial future with experienced trading professionals, effective educators and a time-tested method to support you throughout your trading career and/or retirement.
You Will Learn:
How you can read, interpret and decode fear and greed in any market using only Technical Analysis
Pristine’s arsenal of proprietary candlestick chart patterns to use in any market condition
Pristine’s 7 Building Blocks to Trading Mastery
The key to maximizing 2-5 day swing trading opportunities
Pristine’s unique Point System to rate the quality of a trade set-up PRIOR to execution
When, where, and how to place your entries, targets, plus protective and trailing stops
The power of using multiple time analysis
Pristine’s Buy and Sell Zones
The “Pause That Refreshes” technique
Pristine’s 4 Transitional Phases for utilizing trend changes
How to use Minor and Major Price Support and Resistance areas without the need for subjective indicators
… and much more.
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