Casey Stubbs is a 9 ½ year United States Army Veteran and married father of nine. He is an entrepreneur, a leader in his local church, and is a successful business owner and trader. Casey is dedicated to helping people from all walks of life fulfill their financial dreams, while also achieving financial freedom. Helping others is at the heart of all that drives Casey on a daily basis. In this episode of How To Trade It, Casey shares how he made a 683% ROI over the last year. You don’t want to miss it!@CaseyStubbs tells us how he made 683% return in the last year. You don't want to miss this episode of the How To Trade It podcast. #StockMarket #Options #Timing #DreamTradeStrategy Click To Tweet
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- [03:04] Learning to time your entries for maximum profit
- [06:48] Letting the trade come to you
- [11:18] Risk management
- [18:06] Trading Options
- [25:04] The Recap
Timing Your Entries
Entering a trade at just the right time is a key component to growing your account. After I’ve selected my upward-trending stock, I need to determine the best time to enter the trade. Buying a stock that is just going up day-after-day is dangerous because you never know when that trend will reverse and cause you to lose a lot of money. You need to enter when there is a greater likelihood that the upward movement will continue. This process takes patience, but it is worth it. The stock must either trade sideways for a while or have a pull-back, before I enter. I like watching the moving averages and Support & Resistance levels to choose my entry point.
If you want to make money in the markets, learning to manage your risk is essential for long-term success. Being able to choose a good stock and getting in at the right time, must be paired with tight stop losses, if you want to maximize your results. It is critical that you create and stick to a trade plan, in order to minimize risk. My goal is always a 20% winner, but sometimes you have to settle for 15%, so that you don’t lose money on a trade.
Making a few simple adjustments to how I trade Options has helped me tremendously over the last year. Now I go for long-term Options that won’t expire for at least 150 days. That gives me time to wait out the trade. There is nothing worse than not hitting your price target and expiring worthless.
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- Dream Trades Strategy
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