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The Profitable Swingtrader

The Profitable Swingtrader

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The Profitable Swingtrader

Book 1: How to start a Trading Business with $500

Many new traders have little capital available in the beginning, but this is not an
obstacle to starting a trading career anyway.

However, this book is not about how to grow a $500 account into a $500,000
account. It is precisely these exaggerated return expectations that bring most
beginners to failure.

Instead, the author shows, in a realistic way, how you can become a full-time
trader in spite of limited start-up capital. This applies both for traders who want
to remain private, as well as for those who want to eventually trade customer

This book shows step by step how to do it. In addition, there is a concrete action
plan for each step. Anyone can be a trader in principle, if he or she is willing to
learn how this business works.

Table of Contents
1. How to Become a Trader with only $500 at Your Stake?
2. How to Acquire Good Trading Habits?
3. How to Become a Disciplined Trader
4. The Fairy Tale of Compound Interest
5. How to Trade a $500 Account?
6. Social Trading
7. Talk to Your Broker
8. How to Become a Professional Trader?
9. Trading for a Hedge Fund
10. Learn to Network
11. Become a Professional Trader in 7 Steps
12. $500 is a Lot of Money

Book 2: Swing Trading using the 4-hour chart 1-3: 3 Manuscripts

Part 1: Introduction to Swing Trading
Swing trading is too fast for investors and too slow for day traders. It takes place
on a timeframe in which you will find very few professionals traders.

Swing traders usually use 4-hour charts. This period falls exactly between that of
the investor and the day trader. As a swing trader, you are prone to sit on the
fence, and that's good, because here you are almost alone.

This book describes the swing trading method of the Heikin Ashi Trader. It is ideal
for individual investors who do not want to sit all day in front of the computer

Table of Contents
1. Why Swing Trading?
2. Why should you trade using the 4-hour chart?
3. Which markets are suitable for swing trading?
4. What instruments you can swing trade?
5. Swing Trading Setups

  • A. Support and Resistance
  • B. double top and double bottom
  • C. breakouts
  • D. flags and pennants

6. Money Management
7. Why you need a Trading Diary
8. What is it all about?

Part 2: Trade the Fake!
In the second part of the series "Swing Trading using the 4-hour chart" the Heikin
Ashi Trader speaks about the phenomenon of stop fishing and Fakeouts as well as
the many deceptions that major players and algorithms stage in today's financial
markets. These often seem more the rule than the exception.

Table of Contents
1. A feint at its finest!
2. How to identify fakes?
3. How do I trade Fakes?
4. Fakes at technical chart patterns

  • A. flags
  • B. triangles
  • C. Trend Channels

5. Trading cross rates
6. More complex patterns

Part 3: Where Do I Put My Stop?
In the third part of the series on "Swing Trading using the 4-hour chart" the Heikin
Ashi Trader treats the question on where the stop should be. Once a trader stops
introducing stops, he will discover that his hit rate will worsen. However, by doing
this he gains full control of the trade management. Stops are therefore not
unavoidable, but remain an integral part of a trading system that is profit-

Table of Contents
1. Are Stops Necessary?
2. What Is a Stop Loss Order?
3. Stop Management
4. Play Your Own Game
5. Cut Your Losses
6. And Let your Profits Run
7. Stop Management in Trending Markets
8. Stop Management with Price Targets
9. The Swiss Franc Tsunami, a Healing Moment of the Trader Community
10. How Many Positions Can I Keep at the Same Time?

Book 3: How to Trade a Range

Trade the Most Interesting Market in the World

Financial markets are predominantly trading in trendless zones, which traders call
trading ranges or sideways markets. It then appears that they earn money when a
market is in a trend and they should avoid trendless markets, because here there
is nothing to write home about.

Despite this apparent finding, most short-term trading strategies rely on the
trend-following model, although it is demonstrably difficult to implement. Most
traders are more or less looking for a bigger move. The experience shows,
however, that trading "moves" or & "trends" is not that easy. Either the trader
recognizes the trend too late, or the movement offers hardly any opportunities to

There is, however, a specialized group of traders who do not care about trends.
They do exactly the opposite. They trade when the market is in a range. This book
describes the methods and tactics of these traders. It is not about how to identify
a range and then to trade the outbreak from it, but how to trade the range itself.

Table of Contents
1. Introduction to Range Trading
2. What Is a Range Market?
3. Look to the Left!
4. How Do I Draw Proper Support and Resistance Lines?
5. In Which Markets Can You Operate Range Trading?
6. How to Trade a Range in Practice?
7. Where Should I Place the Stop?
8. Questions of Trade Management

  • A. Should You Close the Trade Before the Weekend?
  • B. Should You Use Trailing Stops in Range Trading?
  • C. What Should You Do if the Trade Goes “Nowhere”?
  • D. Should I Push the Stop Closer to the Market?

9. Examples of Range Markets

  • A. Trading Ranges in the Foreign Exchange Market
  • B. Deeper Examination of a Sideways Period in the E-Mini
  • C. Deeper Examination of a Sideways Period in the FDAX

10. Advanced Strategies

  • A. Opportunistic Limits
  • B. Fakeouts

11. Trend Channels (Channel Trading)
12. What Is Really Important
13. Range Trading for Day Traders and Scalpers

Book 4: How to Turn $ 5,000 into a Million

Can you become a millionaire on the stock market? The question of how to grow a
small account undoubtedly occupies every trader’s mind. How do you manage to
make a fortune out of a small amount? And preferably really fast?
Just as it is possible to build a real estate empire without a dollar of equity, so it is
also possible to achieve high profits on the stock market with a small amount of
starting capital (USD 5000 or less).

In this book, Heikin Ashi Trader presents a stock market strategy that will help the
trader to succeed in this endeavor. Above all, he explains that the factor of position
size plays a much more decisive role in trading success than is commonly
assumed. The right question is not: how often are you right or wrong, but how big
is your position if you are right?

This method is just about finding the markets where a significant movement can be
expected. And once he has identified one, the trader should build a big position in
that market, so that he can fully benefit from this movement.

Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Can You Become A Millionaire On The Stock Market?
Chapter 2: Trade with the market's money, not with your own!
Chapter 3: Learning from the Grand Master of Speculators
Chapter 4: Scaling in – Scaling out
Chapter 5: Should You Use Stops?
Chapter 6: What do you do if the market is going in the wrong direction?
Chapter 7: Go Global Macro
Chapter 8: Look at the "Big Picture"
Chapter 9: Look for a catalyst
Chapter 10: Mistakes to Learn From
Chapter 11: Success with cotton
Chapter 12: My ruble trade
Chapter 13: Thanks to Presidents Erdogan and Trump!
Chapter 14: Speculating with stocks
Chapter 15: Trade what you see
Chapter 16: How and When Should You Buy?
Chapter 17: Speculation is easier than day trading
Chapter 18: A separate account for each speculation
Chapter 19: with which financial instruments should I trade?
Chapter 20: Maximum risk and Margin Call
Chapter 21: Keep your trades to yourself
Chapter 22: On the way to the first million
Chapter 23: The Final Goal: Financial Freedom
Addendum 1: Past financial crises
Addendum 2: useful websites

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