Simply put, day trading means being flat by the end of the day. Being flat is taking your money out of the markets each day. This allows you to stay nimble and provides a rinse-and-repeat process.
You find your trade setups, manage the trade, take your profits, and put the money in your pocket — regardless of whatever time frame you’re trading.
There will always be nuances.
For day trading, it’s what hours of the day. As we know, not all hours of the day are the same in trading. In this video, you’ll see why the first two hours of the trading day opens up the best opportunities.
In light of my recent day trading class, you have the rare opportunity to join me for live-trading on July 7, July 9, and July 12 from 9:20 a.m. – 11:20 a.m. Eastern. In these sessions, I’ll be walking you through my day trading process and how to utilize the first two hours of the trading day. These live-trading sessions are part of a special series so you’ll have to give the office a call to sign up at(512) 266-8659. See you then!