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Foundation - Members of this service receive multiple video segments per week, which include macro and technical trade ideas, a Learning Center for new traders, access to technology help through Simpler Tech, and assistance on trading questions during the weekly segment, Dear Simpler.
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Classes are the best place for traders to learn one strategy from top to bottom. These are much more in-depth examinations of specific trading topics and strategies. Check out the list below to learn more about classes Danielle has taught.
This class is the entry level class to directional options trading. During this class, Danielle teaches the basics of the Squeeze, Fibonacci extensions, writing trading plans and trading journals, and setting up ThinkorSwim.
A psychology class taught by Danielle and John, this class helps traders work on the trading habits they face that are impacting their bottom line. This class works through ideas on how to break them, especially when you’re stuck in a bad cycle. It also teaches healthy habits and processes as well.
This class teaches traders a technical analysis, trending following strategy from the ground up. This is the core of the Five Star Setup. Throughout this class, Danielle teaches students how to identify a trend, the squeeze, and use the Ready, Aim Fire for timed entries on specific stocks. She also teaches her stock picking selection. This is Danielle’s ‘conservatively aggressive’ options strategy class, where she focuses on directional options and teaches traders how, when and why to buy long calls. While the trading strategy is about options, the technical analysis portions can be used for stocks and ETFs as well. The class also includes her personal scans and watchlists.
This class focuses on identifying the overall market condition to narrow down areas in which to trade directional setups by selling premium. While she brushes over the Five Star setup, this class is primarily about stock picking, drawing symmetry to identify high probability moments in time, and placing put credit spreads to collect premium for consistent income. This class also covers trading plans as well as money management strategies for premium sellers. The class also includes her updated personal scans and watchlists.
Taught with her colleague Raghee Horner, her and Danielle teach traders how to get into futures trading. This is a true beginning futures class, starting with a concise overview of the futures markets and how to get into trading them. Danielle and Raghee focus on three basic patterns that traders can learn to day trade futures. The live trading portion walks through how to execute futures trades, and trade them in a live environment.
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December 11, 2019
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