Traders How-To Guide for Dominating the Markets in 2021

Table of Contents

Serge Berger
The Steady Trader

Chapter 1:
What's Next for Traders

Steven Brooks
Steven Brooks Trading

Chapter 2:
How to Generate Weekly Income Buying Options

Matt Buckley
Top Gun Options

Chapter 3:
Trading the Death Star
The Only Stock You Need to Own

Michael Nauss

Chapter 4:
Algorithmic Curated Swing Trading

Alan Ellman
The Blue Collar Investor

Chapter 5:
Using Both Covered Call Writing and Put-Selling 
to Generate Monthly Cash Flow and Buy Stocks at a Discount

Gavin Holmes

Chapter 6:
TradeGuider and the Volume Spread Analysis

Bubba Horwitz
 Bubba Trading

Chapter 7:
Micro and Mini Futures - The Next Big Thing

Ryan Jones
Quantum Charts

Chapter 8:
Never Again Fear a Stock Market Crash

Richard Krugel
Price Action and Income

Chapter 9:
How to Unlock the Science of Price Action

Lawrence McMillan
Option Strategist

Chapter 10:
Could It Really Be 2002 All Over Again?

Adam Mesh

Chapter 11:
Defining Diagonal Calendar Spreads

Silas Peters 
Seasonal Swing Trader

Chapter 12:
Top Tools for Catching Corrections & Major Market Reversals

Hubert Senters

Chapter 13:
Why Risk-Reward Ratios are the Key to Success in Trading and Investing

John Seville
Acorn Wealth Corp

Chapter 14:
Detecting the Smart Money

Geof Smith
DTI Trader

Chapter 15:
Bounding Bonds - Interest Rates and the Dollar

Tom Sosnoff
Tasty Trade

Chapter 16:
What is Tasty Trade?

John Thomas
The Mad Hedge Fund Trader

Chapter 17:
Stocks to Buy for the Coming Roaring Twenties

Jeff Tompkins
Altos Trading

Chapter 18:
Discover this One Trade Setup that Goes Back to the Beginning of the Stock Market

Marina Villatora
The Trader Chick

Chapter 19:
Understanding Market Trends: How to Trade Breakouts

Eric Wilkinson
Pro Trader Strategies

Chapter 20:
The Covered Call Strategy

Eddie Z
EZ Trading Computers

Chapter 21:
Is Your Computer Fast Enough to Trade With?

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