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

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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Spread Betting Tip: Don’t Get Married!

Millionaire Trader Vince Stanzione says that you should never get married to your position if you want to be a successful trader. A good trader should be happy to go long or short the same market or stock. Also sticking to the same share or market just because it’s been good to you in the past is not the way to profit. Many get stuck in to a losing trade “hoping” it will get better when the best option is cut and start again.

Also whilst just staying with one or two markets may sound good practice I have found it’s better to play the field and have plenty of options open to you. If you decide to trade just the Euro/$ or just the S&P500 there will be times when those markets are just not offering great trading opportunities but you can bet that other markets will be offering better risk/reward trades. My system teaches how to trade Currencies, commodities, world-wide stocks, Indices and Bonds giving you the most ways to profit.
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Trading Tip:Money management is the key to survival

Money management is the key to survival
A good trader does not need to make money that often. In fact, you could get 80% of your trades wrong and still make money. Let’s say you lose £100 on 8 trades and you then make £500 on two trades, you are in profit. However sure you are that the market will crash or XYZ is going to soar, make your first trade a small one, and then, if you are correct, add more to that trade. Pyramiding a successful trade is the key to making large returns. Never add to a losing trade! to learn more go to

Money management is the key to survival

What Losing Traders Do – Multi Millionaire Trader Gives You Some Priceless Pointers

I have been trading futures, options and equities for around 24 years. As well as trading my own money I have traded money for banks and I have been a broker for private clients. Over the years I have been fascinated to discover the difference between winners and losers in this business.

Try to learn from the points I am about to give you.

1. Many traders trade without a plan. They do not define specific risk and profit objectives before trading. Even if they establish a plan, they “second guess” it and don’t stick to it, particularly if the trade is a loss. Consequently, they over trade and use their equity to the limit (are undercapitalised), which puts them in a squeeze and forces them to liquidate positions. Usually, they liquidate the good trades and keep the bad ones.

2. 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 paper; the market many times has already discounted the information.

3. After several profitable trades, many speculators become wild and un-conservative. They base their trades on hunches and long shots, rather than sound fundamental and technical reasoning, or put their money into one deal that “can’t fail.”

4. Traders often try to carry too big a position with too little capital, and trade too frequently for the size of the account.

5. They fail to predefine risk, add to a losing position, and fail to use stops.

6. They frequently have a directional bias; for example, always wanting to be long. A good trader should be happy to trade up or down.

7. Lack of experience in the market causes many traders to become emotionally and/or financially committed to one trade, and unwilling or unable to take a loss. They may be unable to admit they have made a mistake.

8. They over trade. Many new traders after opening a Financial Spread betting account are like a child with a new toy. They want to trade anything and everything. The new internet dealing offered by most bookmakers has made it even worse.

9. Many traders can’t (or don’t) take the small losses. They often stick with a losing trade until it really hurts, then take the loss. This is an undisciplined approach…a trader needs to develop and stick with a system. If you are following charts and a trendline or moving average is broken, you must stick to your rules.

“All through time, people have basically acted and re-acted the same way in the market as a result of: greed, fear, ignorance, and hope. That is why formations and patterns re-occur on a constant basis.”

Jesse Livermore

10. Many traders break a cardinal rule: “Cut losses short. Let profits run.” Emotion makes many traders hold a losing trade too long. Many traders don’t discipline themselves to take small losses and big gains.

The above points have been taking from Making Money From Financial Spread Trading 2010 Edition by Vince Stanzione. To learn more please go to

Financial spread betting with currencies

The largest financial market in the world is open around the clock. It has no central exchange. It is also the most competitively priced. Yet only a minority of private investors trade it, despite the fact that in the UK it can be accessed tax free by opening a financial spread betting account. This market is the foreign exchange market, also known as forex or FX.

Most people only trade currencies when they change money on holiday. But currency trading also represents a great alternative market to shares. This is because currencies are traded in pairs’: by using a currency spread bet or CFD (contract for difference), you are backing one currency against the other. Nobody talks about the forex market being up or down, because whenever one currency is losing’, another is winning.

You will usually see a currency trade quoted by your spread betting company as a pair of three-letter codes. Every currency traded in the market has a three letter code. For example, sterling is usually quoted as GBP, while the US dollar appears as USD. If you saw GBP/USD on your spread betting screen, the price next to it would be the number of US dollars that could be bought with one pound. If you then bought’ GBP/USD, you would be expecting to profit from a rise in the pound. If you sold’ it, you would be backing the dollar to strengthen against the pound (the number would go down as less dollars would be needed to buy a pound).

Spread betting and CFD trading also lets you profit from changes in currency prices by using margin: your spread betting company or CFD broker is lending you the bulk of the value of your trade by only requiring you to deposit a portion of it, your margin. This is particularly useful for currency trading, because many currencies only change incrementally against each other on a day-to-day basis.

Take the GBP/USD currency pair again: while the pound might strengthen against the dollar over a period of, say, a month, from 1.507 to 1.543, this is only a 36 point change. If you were trading using a financial spread betting account, at £2 per point for example, you would still only have made around £72. Luckily spread betting companies quote fractional changes to the currency rate, one decimal point further to the right. This means you might see the GBP/USD price move between 1.5442 and 1.5581 in a single day.

Now you have a daily trading range of 139 points, much more attractive from a spread betting point of view. Take that out to a month, and there could be a move of 300 points or more, up or down (depending on which side of the trade you are supporting).

As with other products made available by spread betting companies, currencies have spreads (the difference between the buy and sell price) and varying margin rates. The narrower spreads tend to be with the more liquid currencies, those that are bought and sold in big volumes globally, also known as the currency majors’. These include the US dollar, the world’s de facto reserve currency, as well as the euro, the Japanese yen, and the British pound.

Amongst the other popular currencies are the Canadian dollar and the Australian dollar, which are partly driven by the prices of the natural resources provided by both countries. When these are in demand, their associated currencies tend to go up as other countries are busy buying all that copper and oil. Similarly, they will tend to go down when commodities prices decline.

Beyond the eurozone, some other European currencies can see a lot of trading activity, like the Norwegian krona (another currency affected by the oil price, as Norway is a big oil and gas exporter) and the Swiss franc. The Swiss franc, usually seen as CHF’ on the trading screen, is often used as a safe haven’ currency: traders will buy it against another currency during times of market turbulence, when investors are becoming less comfortable with risk. This is because Switzerland as a country is seen as politically stable and fiscally prudent.

When spread betting on share prices, you are focusing on a company’s balance sheet, its results and the quality of its management. When spread betting currencies, you are focusing on countries’ economies, including how much money governments are borrowing and spending, and what their interest rates are. This is why many traders pay very close attention to statements made by central banks. In most major economies with freely tradable currencies, it is the central bank that sets interest rates. These can have a big influence over currency prices.

But apart from interest rates and borrowing, other factors can play a big part in the health of an economy. When governments announce unemployment and inflation figures, currencies can move suddenly. One of the more interesting currency trades over the last six months has been the euro. While the European Central Bank has kept euro interest rates steady, the near-bankruptcy of the Greek government, and the fears surrounding the economic health of a number of other eurozone economies, have led to heavy selling of the euro. At the same time, efforts by other eurozone countries to build a rescue package have prompted buying of the euro. This has made the euro an interesting currency for traders as it has moved up and down more frequently than it has historically tended to do.

“Discover the secrets of making £100 to £2000+ per day Tax Free, Trading World Financial Markets. Profit from Up, Down and even sideways markets.

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