Making Money From Financial Markets – Profit from Up and Down moves

“The next 90 days are going to see massive opportunities to profit from financial markets, if you’re not trading – then now is a great time to get back in”

I need not tell you the current headlines, doom and gloom is everywhere and the money in your pocket is simply not what it was, yet against this back drop my students have been making an extra £100 to £2000+ a day simply by following my trading system and using the same tools that I use every day. Even better, these profits can be banked by trading just 20 minutes a day.

Whether you are currently trading via Spread Bets, FX margined accounts, CFDs or just buying and selling shares with a broker I am sure you can benefit from this new edition and my 26 years of experience.

Maybe you have tried trading in the past or you never got started, either way now is a great time to brush up on your skills and get started again.

Don’t forget we make money from falling as well as rising markets, my exact system which you will have access to banked 962 points  from the Dow Jones falling in just over 30 days in August 2011 and currently has a 2160 point running profit locked in on a short trade on Deutsche Bank (NYSE:DB). Of course we also make money from markets going up such as Gold and US Treasury Bonds which have been big winners for us over the last few months.

Special bonus

Once you order the 2012 package I will email you a special report on where to invest for the rest of 2011 with some great trading ideas that you can make between now and January 2012.

Whether you’re a complete beginner or you’ve already had a go at financial trading or investing in the stock market then I am certain I can help you make more money regardless of market conditions.

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Vince Stanzione

Forex Trading for Beginners – What the brokers don’t tell you

Veteran Trader Vince Stanzione with 26 years experience spills the beans on what really goes on the the FX markets.

So you have seen the adverts on CNBC, the internet or maybe been to a seminar on how forex will make you rich overnight – Sorry to tell you the reality is that 90% of retail FX clients do not make money and most accounts are wiped out in under 6 months.


But it’s not all doom and gloom money can be made from FX but not by doing what the majority do, Vince Stanzione is a self made millionaire trader with 26 years experience in trading and investing and gives beginners these tips:

  1. Forgot about buying fancy software and don’t waste your money on FX robots. It’s easy to get blown away on-line trading, real time data, charts, business channels, Iphone apps and bells and whistles. The truth is, less is more, and information overload makes you a worse trader. The more complicated your system, the less chance it will work or that you will follow it.
  2. The majority of technical trading indicators are a total waste of time and you do not need to waste money on expensive trading software that claims to predict markets. The most important factor when trading any market is the price.
  3. Day trading FX is a waste of time ultimately you will lose money. Vince did a study into new FX traders and found they made less per hour trading than working on minimum wage at McDonald’s.
  4. The most successful FX traders make money from longer term trends. Vince has held currency trades for weeks, months and even years – not quite what the media make you believe that you have to be glued to 10 screens all day. Brokers want you to over trade as that way they make more commission and spread. Trend traders and those following the Turtle trading methods no not day-trade.
  5. Whilst charts can be helpful do not look at short term charts they provide no value and are near random. Vince uses Daily, Weekly and monthly charts. The main tools he uses are trend lines, Moving averages and support and resistance levels. Keep it simple.
  6. New traders should avoid O T C FX brokers and should not use margined FX. To start with consider Exchange Traded Funds on currencies and options on currency futures. You get a better deal and have more protection using a currency futures contract than and OTC broker. Be aware what FX brokers often claim “tight spreads” which are misleading. You can look at Spread Betting currencies but you need to focus on longer term trades.
  7. Many traders don’t realise the news they hear and read has, in many cases, already been discounted by the market. Often, new traders jump into a market based on a story in the morning; the market many times has already discounted the information.
  8. Trade with what you SEE not what you Think. You may think the Euro is overvalued and you may be right eventually, but if the price is moving from 126,128,132,137,144,147 it does not matter what you think, it does not matter what the “guru” on CNBC says – the price is moving up and you should be trading with the trend.
  9. Many focus on the major currency pairs but over the years Vince has made large amounts from trading the not so well covered currencies such as Norwegian Crown, Swedish Korna and South African Rand.
  10. Some times the best trades in FX are the ones you don’t make! Vince trades currencies, commodities, stocks and bonds and can move from one market to another. If the FX market is dull he will move focus and funds to commodities.New traders just think about the entry of a trade, truth is the EXIT is more important than getting in Vince comments “it’s a bit a like a relationship it’s easier to get in than to get out” also the money management and the amount you risk per trade is a factor that many do not spend enough time considering

Want to get some real advice and find out what the professional traders and investors do?


Vince Stanzione has designed a trading system for those that don’t want to be glued to a screen all day but want to take control of their investments and make money regardless of if the markets are rising or falling. Vince has been trading for over 26 years and shares his experiences in a simple to follow way with no jargon. The course covers how to make money in currencies, commodities, Stocks and indices.

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Financial Trading Tips from Vince Stanzione

Here is a short video with a few of my top tips. Whether your trading shares, FX, Commodities or Bonds the basic principals work on all markets. Also my strategies and systems work on Spread Bets, CFDs, Options, Margined FX or just buying and selling via a broker. If you have any questions feel free to contact me.

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How To Make a Tax Free Second Income Trading Markets

“The Next 6 weeks are going to see BIG moves in Shares & Commodities which will lead to massive TAX Free gains for a few which could include you if you act today”

I see some massive new moves which are about to start in the stock and commodities markets which if you’re quick you can also profit from.

How do I know? With over 25 years of experience in markets I know when I see certain occurrences that the outcome is fairly predictable.

The period starting Tuesday 6th September (day after US Labor day holiday) will see some large moves.

Right now you could be earning £100 to £2000+ a day trading financial markets less than 15 minutes a day. You can start part time and build up slowly and start making some real money without having to be stuck in an office, commuting or the normal business hassles.

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Beating The Bear – How One Veteran Trader Makes His Killing in a Falling Financial Market

Bear Baiting – A Veteran Trader on Beating the Bear Market – An interview with veteran trader Vince Stanzione, who shows how money could be made in the recent falling markets using Financial Spread Betting, Traded Options and Inverse Exchange Traded Funds

London, UK (PRWEB UK) 11 August 2011

An interview with veteran trader Vince Stanzione, who shows how money could be made in the very recent falling markets

“As Gordon Gecko says in the classic 1987 film, Wall Street: ‘It’s a zero sum game: someone wins, someone loses. Money itself isn’t lost or made, it’s simply transferred.’ When a market falls, even as dramatically as most markets did at the end of last week, investors don’t take their money right out of the system and shoebox it under the bed: they simply move it elsewhere. And that means there’s still profit to be made.”

This is the wisdom of Vince Stanzione, veteran trader of 25 years and financial coach, who has amassed a personal fortune through the volatility of recent years. “Let’s get one fact straight: money can be made whatever the market conditions. The media love their grim headlines but front page stories don’t tell you how smart traders are still earning money. The trick is to do it with small bets, spreading the risk.”

Aside from his coaching, Stanzione’s fortune comes from spread trading or spread betting: distributing investments across markets in order to make gains whatever the conditions. At its simplest, spread betting allows a trader to follow the money: if it flows out of one market – say, equities – it will be flowing into another, such as gold or bonds. “Though curiously,” points out Stanzione, “Gold may have soared, yet most private investors have not profited!”

Investment in currencies tends to stay in currencies. “In the currency markets,” says Stanzione, “people sell one currency to buy another, not to shut up shop and go home. So as the US dollar or the Euro weakens, the Swiss Franc, say, or the Japanese Yen will be strengthening. And as currencies generally weaken, bonds can strengthen. Even with the recent dollar downgrade, the US Treasury Bond market remains the largest and most liquid market in the world and acts as a safe haven.

“And if everything dives as steeply as last week, perhaps with markets, shares, currencies and commodities all dropping, the smart money switches to short selling.”

Short selling is about as popular in the media as a Liverpool looter but, says Stanzione, that’s because it’s misunderstood: “It’s never explained correctly and is always referred to as being risky, even evil. The truth is that short selling is simply part of a balanced strategy: it’s insurance for your share portfolio, no different to insuring your house or car. And over the years it’s saved my bacon many times.”

‘Shorting’ can also have the added benefit of a speedier profit: as the last two weeks have shown, markets fall far faster than they rise, so earning through short selling is a matter of days, not weeks or months. Two key ways to sell ‘short’ are traded option (Puts) and the Inverse Exchange Traded Fund (ETF), or Note (ETN), nowadays quite popular in the US and UK.


“The advantage of the put option is that once you’ve paid your premium, although of course you aim to make a profit, the option cannot go below 0 so you know the maximum loss you’re exposed to,” says Stanzione. “And the benefit over a spread bet is that you’re buying time. Let’s say you think silver is going down, and you buy, but silver carries on going up for a while before falling: with a spread bet you would likely have been stopped out before profiting from the fall. With a put option, you benefit even if the fall takes a while. If you stick to the basics, traded options are not as complicated as they may seem at first glance. You make the choices but your broker does the hard work.”

Quote startYou can make money in all market conditions -shares and markets fall faster than they rise so you can make much more money in a falling market than a rising one. If money flows out of Shares it flows into Gold or Bonds.Quote end

An Inverse ETF, on the other hand, is a financial instrument designed to do the opposite of whatever the underlying market does. For example the ETF short Cotton goes up as the price of Cotton goes down. A FTSE 100 inverse ETF – such as DB X Trackers FTSE 100 short issued by Deutsche Bank – can be bought via a normal online broker and is not subject to stamp duty or any extra margin requirements. “Inverse ETFs are not perfect and are not ideal for long term shorting as they’re reset daily and the compounding effect can give unexpected results,” says Stanzione, “but over the short term, and if markets are falling steadily, they do a good job.”

Short selling is normally a short-term activity. But falling markets can also offer more traditional gains, especially for the canny investor who, once again, thinks beyond the headlines. “Some of the best times to buy are when the media’s baying, the crowd is terrified and there’s blood on the streets. Markets go down through a lack of buyers, not because sellers have withdrawn. So for people who were still buying, there have been some terrific opportunities over the past few days and that’s one of the reasons why the indices have risen again today.”

Bounce-backs follow falls and are another place to make money, especially if a bounce is quite large. But Stanzione urges caution: “A bounce back this week does not mean a long-term recovery. Markets will stay volatile until at least October and even then 10%+ falls in major market indices will become common. The way to profit in such volatility is by spreading the risk with small bets.”

Stanzione is a firm believer in spreading risk and not over-reacting in the very short term. Spread betting provides a profit from markets which go down and up, and even allow investors to trade sideways, making it ideal for today’s markets.

“’Day trading’ and short-term bets may sound exciting,” says Stanzione, “but, in truth, my wealth has not come from there. It’s come from trading trends over weeks, months and years. Brokers and bookmakers like to generate more business from active customers but the overall winners can be the more sedentary traders. Perhaps surprisingly, when I look at my own trading students, the best results come from the over-55s, an age group that has learned patience. And I am not normally glued to a screen all day and only check prices at the end of the day and, on some trades, only once a week.”

Why Day Traders Never Win Long Term

With all the labour saving devices, computers, mobile phones and the various “time saving” gadgets why is it that most people never have any time or are always in such a rush? In a society which continues to strive for instant, quick, real time, disposable and easy goods and services it comes as a shock to many that I continue to make massive profits from taking a longer term view and a rather simple trend trading approach.

When the Dow Jones Index was first calculated in 1896 it was disseminated once a day at the close.

In 1923 the price was released every hour and in 1963 the price went real time. Today we have a 24 hour price thanks to Globex, Financial Bookmakers and the Indicative Dow quoted in Germany.

Many still think that the switch in 1923 to hourly prices helped to fuel the 1929 crash.
While progress and technology should be embraced in many cases understand that quicker is not always better, microwave food may be quick and easy but does it taste that good?

Daily prices and weekly charts still work best. For my own trading 99% of my trading ideas come to me at the weekend when everything is shut.

A good tip to make money in any financial market is work on the “less is more” principle. Sometimes the best trades are the ones you don’t make.

Right now I am seeing lots of people rushing in to FX or Forex Trading thinking that its “easy money” I assure you its not and most of these robot software systems are nothing

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but random generated trades.

Vince Stanzione is a self made multi-millionaire based in Europe. He now lives most of the year between Spain and Monaco and trades his own funds mainly in currencies and commodities. As well as trading he also teaches a small number of students and produced the best selling course on Financial Spread Betting. He is also the author of the New York Times Bestseller The Millionaire Dropout, Fire Your Boss, Do What You Love & Reclaim Your Life published by Wiley to learn more go

Making Money From Financial Trading 2012 edition -Video Clip

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Here is a clip for the new 2012 edition of making money from Financial Spread Trading by self made multi millionaire Vince Stanzione explaining the opportunities in financial spread betting and investing and how to profit from markets moving up, down and even sideways.

Sunday Express 11th July 2011 Vince Stanzione Review

Sunday Express 11th July 2011 Vince Stanzione

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Making a Fortune by playing the System.

MILLIONAIRE Vince Stanzione made his fortune from spread betting on the stock-market, turning his talents for predicting trends into an effective trading system.
Now he is teaching others to do the same through his product ‘Making Money From Financial Spread Trading,
He said: “We have been seeing a lot of interest from people in the over 55 age group and many who are retired and looking to increase their income by trading while savings interest rates are so low. In spite of having little or no previous investment experience they are doing really well and have proved to be excellent students.
“We are also seeing more people trading on their mobile phones and iPads, often as a sideline to their business or main job. There has been a lot of interest in commodities such as oil, gold, silver, corn, cotton and sugar in the last few months, which can all be traded through the programme.”
The Making Money From Financial Spread Trading package comes with a workbook, two DVDs a dedicated members internet site and full support.
Mr Stanzione explained: “It can be used for spread betting or regular share dealing and it shows you how to profit from makes going down as well as up. You learn to work to a system and become quite disciplined. We also provide you with a virtual account that allows you to practice before trying the real thing. It’s delivered in a simple and very informal style, me talking to you, and the programme is suitable for beginners as well as those with some previous experience.


Maximum Trading Profits in Minimum Time 80/20 Rule

Do you know the 80/20 rule to making Money from Financial Markets?
Ever wondered why some people make so much money in trading whilst the majority make little or nothing?
You may have heard of the 80-20 rule. It came from an Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto. He observed that 80% of the land in Italy was owned by 20% of the population. He also noted that 80 percent of his peas were produced by 20 percent of his peapods. In short,

80% of your results come from 20% of your efforts.

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If you want to be a profitable trader, there’s no need to spend 14 hours a day glued to a screen. Just learn the important 20%, and you’ll beat 80% of all the professional fund managers. The principle that’s used in Making Money From Financial Spread Trading Program by Vince Stanzione.

The tools that Vince uses allow him to scan over 20,000 shares, currencies, bonds, indices, and commodities in less than 1 minute. He’ll see only the ones that give him the best opportunities of success.

Traders who follow a system do far better, because they’re following a franchise with tools and support rather than trying to do it all themselves and start from scratch.
Trading is one of the few businesses left where you can start with such a low investment and avoid all the hassles of a regular business.

You do, however, need the right training.
It’s your choice. Either be one of the 80% hitting a brick wall trying to figure out what works, or join the 20% that are already cashing in and achieving a far better lifestyle. To discover more go to

Are You Standing on the Shoulders of Giants?

Are You Standing on the Shoulders of Giants?

If you have a £2 coin to hand then take a look at what is inscribed on the side and if you don’t have one it says “Standing on the Shoulders of Giants”.

The words made famous by Sir Isaac Newton: “If I can see further than anyone else, it is only because I am standing on the shoulders of giants”.

So what’s this got to do with making money from trading and investing?

Well if you want to get ahead and make an extra £100 to £2000+ per day then learning from a trading “giant” makes sense.

Why on earth would you want to learn about making money from someone who doesn’t have any? Does that make any sense to you? Me neither yet most trading systems and courses are taught be “dwarfs” who have never made any money trading and don’t have over 25 years of experience.

Whatever field you’re looking to excel in, if you learn and follow a dwarf you will become one – but by standing on the shoulders of giants you give yourself the best advantage.

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