Day Trading Course Launch

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Day Trading Course

My day trading course launched last night. I have been really excited [and a bit nervous] about it… but it has gone down really well.

The system is really easy to use. There are no complicated chart features or long winded tutorials.

There is however a really thorough guide with lots of trading examples and videos that will help you learn to trade profitably.

As I have already mentioned in previous posts, my system uses fixed odds binary bets. This means that you know exactly how much you stand to win or lose. There are no scary price movements that can leave you with an empty bank.

Also, you really don’t need a big bank to start trading. £100 can see you learn and profit as you go… and within no time you can be making a couple of £50 trades a day.

day trading binary system

There are no dodgy staking plans either. Level stakes works great.

You don’t need any expensive charting packages to trade my system. The free charts at binary or IG are fine.

All you need to do is follow the rules that the system gives you and stay disciplined.

I know it sounds easy… but it is, and that’s the idea. Don’t think that because it is easy that it is not profitable though… You’d be totally mistaken.


In saying all this, I couldn’t have created such a great course without my partner… He has really helped me stay confident… not about trading or the quality of the course… rather he helped me believe that I could indeed help others to learn how to trade.

As well as doing the videos, hours of discussing the traders v gamblers mind-set and spotting areas that needed addressing to help day traders win long term.

You can read more about my new day trading course here.

Or you can order here

Why I don’t like doing Trading Videos

Trading Videos

Trading Videos

I’m often asked why I don’t do more trading videos. The truth is that I had a bad experience when doing them and that sort of put me off.

I enjoy running the blog and doing the updates, but when I first started doing videos I had some weird guy leaving comments like “another slag trying her hand at internet marketing” and all sorts of other BS. That is one of the main reasons don’t do more trading videos.

Another reason is that I’m not actively trying to market and sell anything. If I had been over these last 6 years then maybe I’d have thought about giving it another go.

And another thing that puts me off doing videos even more; truth is I hate seeing myself on video and even hearing myself. It’s just not my thing. I cringe at it.

Video’s for My New Day Trading Course

My partner has camtasia studio, and he is doing some video’s for my new course. He doesn’t mind doing them like I do but always moans that he sounds, er… different… LOL… he actually says he sounds like something else… I’m sure you can imagine.

Anyway, I will do some of the video’s for the course as they are going to be for members only.

Some of the other videos that we are doing just have captions added to them. They actually work really well. And as the objective is to teach you how to trade, I am happy to use them as they are clear and will indeed help.

The course and website content will be ready in the next couple of days and it will launch on the 27th February.

If you are on my email list then you will get a notification with a discount code or button that will save you £50.

Pay for Trading Charts? Do You Need to?

do you pay for trading charts

Pay for Trading Charts?

Do you need to pay for trading charts? I get asked that a lot.

I do and it suits me. But you really do not need to pay for charting packages… especially when you are starting out.

As I have been writing the final draft of my new trading system, I realised how good some of the free charts out there really are. A lot of the images I have used in the course are from my sharepad subscription.

Even though I explain in the course where and how to use the free options available, I thought I’d write a post and give you the heads up of my favourite free charts.

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IG Charting

I’ve never really used them before I started looking into day trading. But over the last few months I have used them a lot. In fact, for day trading I prefer them to share paid which is £50 a month.

The reasons for this are numerous actually.

  • They are very easy to use, even easier than sharepad.
  • You can change the candle time frames in an instant from the toolbar.
  • You can scroll in using your mouse or pad on your MacBook.
  • Obviously, you can place your trade directly if you are using IG to trade.
  • You can set better alerts, far easier on the IG platform. This is a huge bonus… You can realistically trade on the move.
  • They are free to use even if your account isn’t funded [apparently] I can’t remember if that was the case or not when I opened my account, but that’s what they claim.

Why I like IG charts

I really like the way that you can change the time frame of the candles directly from the trading screen. This is better than having a drop down menu.

Also being able to zoom in to areas of the chart by using your mouse is a big plus. This saves the hassle of having to reset the zoom all the time like you have to on sharepad.

You can also drag the chart. This is useful too if you need to look back at history, trends and patterns.

For me though, the biggest benefit from using them is the alerts that you can set.

You set your alerts when you login to the platform, download the app and get notified to your smart phone and email when your signals are hit.

This saves you from the need to be at your PC or laptop for hours and hours trading… unless you want to be of course…

Trying to do this on sharepad is a complete pain… if not nigh on impossible for a beginner to work out.

Each to their own though, and use whatever charting package you are happy using is all that counts.

But all considered, you won’t get much better than IG free charts, and all you have to do is create an account to use them.