Firstly, we must say that no profit or guarantees are being alleged, here. Trading of any kind involves a certain level of risk. Not everyone is ready for trading. You should consult a professional financial advisor and possibly even a broker to determine if trading is right for you. Just because a trading system was 100% successful in the past does not mean it will be successful in the future. Read all the disclaimers on the trading websites and materials you come across.
With that said, believe it or not, day trading can be fun. There is probably no other “profession” that one can do at home that can potentially produce big profits in short periods of time. Sure, you could be a CEO of a company and watch big sales role in based on the hustling of your employees. But that’s not the same as looking at charts, bringing up your various trading indicators and systems, quickly analyzing the market to determine if a trade is present, and then executing if you feel it’s the right time to place a trade. There’s something great about the freedom and low-overhead of controlling your own participation in the markets.
From DayTradeToWin’s many online seminars, we’ve seen many demonstrations of “being your own boss” by trading the markets. For years, the underlying techniques have remained solid. The ATR (Average True Range) is often a tool to assess risk, whether the market is too volatile or how much profit to go for on a trade. We’ve seen the ATO 2, Atlas Line, and Trade Scalper give countless price action signals. We’ve even see profit potentials described. Now, perhaps more than ever, people want to be self-reliant. Some people opt for “side-hustles.” Whether that’s making soap and bringing it to a local farmer’s market to bring in an extra few bucks or crafting desks out of reclaimed wood. Other folks consider day trading using the computers and a small bit of software know-how they already have. If you’re going to jump into the markets, think if it