Description of Money Market Math
How to Grow Any Size Account with a Time Tested Formula
Sit back and relax while Raghee Horner shows you the Market Money Math secrets of how to make 60% return in 60 days. Learn these winning strategies that apply to any size account, in any market regardless of how long you’ve been trading. Market Money Math is an addition to your current trading tools to help you define proper position sizing, risk levels and develop powerful watchlists.
You will learn how to create consistent positive results despite volatility events by applying The Market Money Math Method. Watch over Raghee’s shoulder as she looks for market trends, strong setups, and dives deeper into the knowledge behind Market Money Math. Let Raghee show you how to over obstacles that stops some traders in their tracks. How to overcome the fear of losing money, time restraints, lack of capital and market volatility.
What Will You Learn In Money Market Math
Who Uses This Strategy: Raghee Horner
What: Check yourself before you wreck yourself. Risk of ruin is the term used when a trader loses a significant amount of their account. What is “ruin” to Raghee? A loss of 50% of the total account size. That means just to break even on your account, your win rate would have to be near 100%.
Raghee will teach you how to prevent a single trade from being able to inflict significant damage to your account. You will learn how to manage risk that will allow you to measure what an “affordable/appropriate entry level is and allows you to avoid “risk of ruin” if consecutive losses occur.
The Market Money Math Class:
- How to book consistent wins even with a small account.
- The secret to maintaining a positive P&L.
- Why this formula is effective on any account size from 5k to 100k.
- How to create and trade with an 85% win rate.
- How to strictly limit risk and enjoy rapid returns with confidence.
- Chapter 1: The Moneyball Formula
- Chapter 2: The Math and the Market
- Chapter 3: Supercharging Trades
- Chapter 4: A Look at the Charts
- Chapter 5: Swing Trading
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