ETF Mastery

Breaking New Ground in Your Trading By Robert Roy

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What Is ETF Mastery A “Short Term Traders” Advanced Level Training Course .

What Is ETF Mastery A “Short Term Traders” Advanced Level Training Course The Process of the workshop is: •Start off using ETFs •Learn the Strategy Creation System (SCS) •Review Trade Setups .

What Is ETF Mastery A “Short Term Traders” Advanced Level Training Course The Process of the workshop is: •Start off using ETFs •Learn the Strategy Creation System (SCS) •Review Trade Setups In the back of the manual are the Bonuses. make sure to review them •Trading Plan •Trading Mantra •Extreme Charts 821 Moving Average Filter •Trading Psychology Test / Test Results •Blank ETF Fact Sheet .

ETFs trade just like a stock does Many ETFs are optionable Many optionable ETFs have options with $1.” They are trusts that track a basket of stocks. Not all ETFs are created equal.ETF Facts An ETF is an “Exchange Traded Fund.00 strike prices They trade with less whipsaw than most individual stocks do Some ETFs track a stagnant basket of stocks (SPY tracks the S&P 500). Some ETFs trade inverse to the market while others trade in multiples to the market. Others track a managed basket of stocks. . Some have huge volume while others have almost no volume.

Why Start With ETFs Using an ETF to start developing a “Strategy Creation System” gives the trader benefits that are not available to traders of individual stocks such as: .

Why Start With ETFs Using an ETF to start developing a “Strategy Creation System” gives the trader benefits that are not available to traders of individual stocks such as: • The news effect .

Why Start With ETFs Using an ETF to start developing a “Strategy Creation System” gives the trader benefits that are not available to traders of individual stocks such as: • The news effect • Controlling a basket of stocks allows for less whipsaws to take place. .

Why Start With ETFs Using an ETF to start developing a “Strategy Creation System” gives the trader benefits that are not available to traders of individual stocks such as: • The news effect • Controlling a basket of stocks allows for less whipsaws to take place. • Using “Highly Qualified” candidates may give the trader an edge over other traders unaware of these benefits. .

ETF Fact Sheets .

These ETFs were chosen as examples of trading opportunities because of their potential tradability. some details are not available on a specific ETF. .The ETF Fact Sheets ETF Fact Sheets are created to keep track of all of the details on that particular ETF. not an end all. Not all sheets will have all of the same information. They are meant to be a starting point. They are not recommendations.

ETF Fact Sheet Ticker Symbol: Short Selling Allowed: Inception Date: Weekly Options: Dividend Yield: Average Daily Volume: Top 5 Holdings: 12345Holdings ETF Weighting: Primary Benchmark: Gross Expense Ratio: Exchange: Option Increments: PE Ratio: .

GE 5.XOM 2.IBM Holdings ETF Weighting: 3.09% Exchange: NYSE Option Increments: $1.55% 3.CVX 4.00 PE Ratio: 13.85% 1.95% Average Daily Volume: 150MM Top 5 Holdings: 1.70% Primary Benchmark: S&P 500 Gross Expense Ratio: .SPY Fact Sheet #1 Ticker Symbol: SPY Short Selling Allowed: Yes Inception Date: 1/22/93 Weekly Options: Yes Dividend Yield: 1.57% .29% 1.89% 1.AAPL 3.

09% Average Daily Volume: 75MM Top 5 Holdings: 1.QQQ Fact Sheet #2 Ticker Symbol: QQQ Short Selling Allowed: Yes Inception Date: 3/10/1999 Weekly Options: Yes Dividend Yield: 2.00 PE Ratio: 14.18% Primary Benchmark: Nasdaq 100 Gross Expense Ratio: 0.03% 8.28% 6.AAPL 2.GOOG 5.20% Exchange: Nasdaq Option Increments: $1.ORCL 4.INTC Holdings ETF Weighting: 14.49% 6.03% 5.MSFT 3.07% .

02% 1.EEM Fact Sheet #3 Ticker Symbol: EEM Short Selling Allowed: Yes Inception Date: 4/7/03 Weekly Options: Yes Dividend Yield: 2.46% Primary Benchmark: Emerging Markets (USD) Gross Expense Ratio: 0.America Movil Holdings ETF Weighting: 3.Gazprom 3.52% Average Daily Volume: 46MM Top 5 Holdings: 1.83% 1.74% 1.69% .China Mobile 4.57% 1.00 PE Ratio: 18.Petro Brasileiro 5.Samsung Electronics 2.69% Exchange: NYSE Option Increments: $1.

INT Holdings ETF Weighting: 0.SFSF 4.3% .CLH 5.27% 0.30% 0.33% 0.26% Primary Benchmark: Russell 2000 Gross Expense Ratio: 0.HS 2.25% Exchange: NYSE Option Increments: $1.31% 0.NETL 3.00 PE Ratio: 35.IWM Fact Sheet #4 Ticker Symbol: IWM Short Selling Allowed: Yes Inception Date: 5/22/2000 Weekly Options: Yes Dividend Yield: NA Average Daily Volume: 64MM Top 5 Holdings: 1.

50 Exchange: (Ishare) Option Increments: $1.00 PE Ratio: NA .SLV Fact Sheet #5 Ticker Symbol: SLV Short Selling Allowed: Yes Inception Date: 4/21/2000 Weekly Options: Yes Dividend Yield: NA Average Daily Volume: 30MM Top 5 Holdings: Holdings ETF Weighting: “SLV” Holds the physical Silver Bullion Primary Benchmark: London Tix Silver (USD) Gross Expense Ratio: 0.

00 PE Ratio: 14.OXY Holdings ETF Weighting: 19.SLB 4.XLE Fact Sheet #6 Ticker Symbol: XLE Short Selling Allowed: Yes Inception Date: 12/16/1998 Weekly Options: Yes Dividend Yield: 1.18% 6.31% Average Daily Volume: 18MM Top 5 Holdings: 1.02% 4.CVX 3.14% .71% 5.COP 5.66% Primary Benchmark: S&P Energy Select Index Gross Expense Ratio: 0.24% 15.20% Exchange: NYSE Option Increments: $1.XOM 2.

44% 8.77% 8.81% .MON 3.06% 7.XLB Fact Sheet #7 Ticker Symbol: XLB Short Selling Allowed: Yes Inception Date: 12/16/1998 Weekly Options: No Dividend Yield: 3.DD 2.06% Average Daily Volume: 15MM Top 5 Holdings: 1.NEM Holdings ETF Weighting: 10.FCX 4.00 PE Ratio: 13.47% Primary Benchmark: S&P Materials Select Index Gross Expense Ratio: 0.PX 5.64% 9.20% Exchange: NYSE Option Increments: $1.

RDK 4.35% Exchange: NYSE Option Increments: $1.16% 1.WINN 2.CASY Holdings ETF Weighting: 1.00 PE Ratio: 15.55% .12% Primary Benchmark: S&P Retail Select Index Gross Expense Ratio: 0.14% 1.CVS 5.XRT Fact Sheet #8 Ticker Symbol: XRT Short Selling Allowed: Yes Inception Date: 6/19/2006 Weekly Options: No Dividend Yield: 0.99% Average Daily Volume: 14MM Top 5 Holdings: 1.SVU 3.88% 1.14% 1.

5MM Top 5 Holdings: Holdings ETF Weighting: “GLD” Holds the physical Gold Bullion Primary Benchmark: London Fix Gold (USD) Gross Expense Ratio: 0.40% Exchange: NYSE Option Increments: $1.00 PE Ratio: NA .GLD Fact Sheet #9 Ticker Symbol: GLD Short Selling Allowed: Yes Inception Date: 1/12/2004 Weekly Options: Yes Dividend Yield: NA Average Daily Volume: 12.

18% Exchange: NYSE Option Increments: $1.12% Average Daily Volume: 9. Gross Expense Ratio: 0.36% 6.24% Primary Benchmark: Dow Jones Industrial Avg.79 .XOM Holdings ETF Weighting: 11.“DIA” Fact Sheet #10 Ticker Symbol: DIA Short Selling Allowed: Yes Inception Date: 1/14/98 Weekly Options: No Dividend Yield: 2.57% 6.1MM Top 5 Holdings: 1.MCD 4.CAT 5.60% 5.CVX 3.IBM 2.00 PE Ratio: 12.20% 5.

Strategy Creation System .

Strategy Creation System
The Strategy Creation System (SCS) is a method for taking a trading system from conception to completion. The “SCS” steps are: • Conception • Stock Setup • Paper Trade Testing • System Results Tracking • Funded Testing • System Creation

Strategy Creation System
Conception
Creating a system starts with an initial thought, the birth of the idea. The initial idea does not usually make for a good representation of the end product. The way you envision the trade setup in the initial stages changes as you go through the subsequent steps. You will need to come up with: Strategy Name: Give the strategy you are creating a name. Strategy Description: Write out a detailed description of the strategy you are creating. This is the place to get all of your thoughts onto paper.

Strategy Creation System
Stock Setup
This is where you will list all of the details about the particular setup you are birthing. You will list any technical details involved with the system. List any: • Technical indicators needed, along with their settings • Chart patterns used • Fundamental data required • External news resources you are relying on

• Set up a paper trading account that will only be used for this strategy.Strategy Creation System Paper Trade Testing Phase The testing phase is one of the most crucial stages of the entire process. • It is extremely important to take good notes on the results of the trades • The back testing should go back at least one year. • Continue taking notes and making observations about the trade setup. use more if the pattern you are testing does not show up very often. • Test the system moving forward for at least three months. Back Testing • Using the details in the Conception and the Stock Setup sections above you will look at historical charts and test the system you have described. Forward Testing • Once you have completed the back testing phase it is time to “Forward Test” your strategy. .

• Take note of all entry and exit details (including the day of the week) • Record the number of days you are in the trade • Keep a good record of any anomalies you notice about the system • Track the number of winning and losing trades.Strategy Creation System System Results Tracking This section is a continuation of the back and forward testing phases already covered. as well as the system’s P&L • Look for better results at specific times of the day as well as the days of the week .

what does matter is that your are training yourself how to react while in the trade with green money. You should be trading one contract for a few weeks before increasing the number of contracts. How to get started: • As you place your first funded trade. start out very small. It doesn’t matter if the commission wipes out all of the profit. • After you are comfortable with one contract it is time to add a second one to the mix. With options.Strategy Creation System Funded Testing Once you are satisfied with your results from both back and forward testing. . • Continue with the above process as you are doubling your contracts (on entry) until you have reached your desired quantity. it is time to consider placing funded trades. At a minimum you should enter a few trades with one before going to two contracts. only trade one contract to get your feet wet.

will it be in one exit. how and when • How will the trades be exited. etc.Strategy Creation System System Creation It is now time to tie together all of the loose ends on your system. how much are you willing to put at risk in each trade. the number of contracts traded. indicators and their settings. From the back testing phase forward you will be working on this section. . will you scale out. • Where and how are your initial stops are to be set • Will your stops need to be adjusted and. etc. All of the notes you have taken will aid in the steps of the final system Details Needed: • All entry criteria such as patterns. what is the drawdown you are comfortable with. • Your risk management criteria. etc. if so.

Strategy Creation System Tying It All Together Keep in mind that this is a fluid document. You will always be looking for improvements to your system. NEVER EVER GIVE UP THE GOOD FIGHT! . This is a never ending learning process.

ETF Mastery Trade Setups • Fibonacci 50 Trade © • Roman Candle Pivot Point Trade © • Power Hour Setup © • Gap Fade Frenzy © • Gap “FAR” (Fill and Reverse) © • 821 Moving Average Trade Setup © .

Fibonacci 50 Trade .

• If the run is bearish. (The following examples are conducted using the Extreme Charts program.How To Draw Fibonacci • Look for the most previous trending move on the position. then start from the lowest low in the run and draw to the highest high of the run. start at the highest high to the lowest low of the run. If you use another program. • The move should be the most recent major move the position has made • Using the Fibonacci support / resistance tool draw the Fibonacci. • If the trend is moving higher. your charts may look different.) .

How To Draw Fibonacci End Fibs Here Start Fibs Here .

. Follow the settings on the next page Note: This is the method to set up Extreme Charts. If you are using a different program then consult with that company on how to set up the Fibonacci using my settings.Changing Settings In Extreme Charts After drawing the Fibonacci on your chart for the first time you will want to make sure that you change (and SAVE) your settings on the Fibonacci support & resistance drawing tool. Step 1: Draw the Fibonacci using the rules on the previous page Step 2: Right click on any of the Fibonacci lines on the chart and click edit Step 3: This will open up a settings box.

382 -.Changing Settings In Extreme Charts Fibonacci Support / Resistance Settings -1 -.272 0 .618 -.236 .618 .382 .5 .764 1 Check Off Boxes • Extend Primary Lines – None • Extend Ratio Lines – None • Test these settings to see what you like • Hit save as default when you are done .

. RSI.Fib 50 Trade Setup • Find a stock that is in a trend (bullish or bearish) • Draw the Fibonacci using the criteria on the previous pages • Allow the stock to pull back to the 50% retracement line • When the stock bounces off of the 50% line. consider entering the trade (long or short) •You may want to add additional indicators to confirm the bounce (MACD. etc. Moving Averages. CCI.

Fib 50 Trade Once the trend runs out of steam. draw the Fibonacci. .

236 and 0 line.Fib 50 Trade The stock tends to bounce around between the . .

A long entry could be considered here but waiting another day would be safer. you want the position to get down to the 50% line. .Fib 50 Trade Now that is looking good.

Fib 50 Trade Trade Entry .

Fib 50 Trade 3rd Exit 2nd Exit Entry 1st Exit .

236 line (Scale out of 1/3rd of your position) • Second Exit – 0 line (Scale out of the next 1/3rd of your position) • Third Exit – (-.Fib 50 Trade Exits STOP • Set an initial stop below the 50% line to consider exiting out of the trade EXIT SCALING • First Exit .272 line) Scale out of the last 1/3rd of your position NOTES • After each exit tighten up your stops in case the position reverses ..

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Roman Candle Pivot Point Trade .

Floor Traders Pivot Points Pivot Points are known as the Floor Traders secret weapon. they are: The Pivots . R5 Support Lines .This is the point the stock is expected to pivot off of. timetested calculations are the most commonly used. it is also known as the “mean” or the area of normalization Resistance Lines – They are also known as R1. S3. R4. R2. R3. S5 . Pivots are made up of three different types of lines. but the standard. S2.They are also known as S1. There are many different ways that they can be calculated. S4.

Here is a look at the formula: (H+L+C) / 3 = Pivot Point Example Yesterday’s High: 20 Yesterday’s Low: 18 Yesterday’s Close: 22 (20 + 18 + 22) = 60 / 3 = 20 That will make the pivot point 20 for that time period . Before any of the support or resistance lines can be calculated. The Pivot Point Formula is calculated by taking Yesterday’s High + Yesterday’s Low + Yesterday’s Close = Add them up and divide the answer by 3.Floor Traders Pivot Points Pivot Points are derived by a mathematical formula. you first need to calculate the Pivot Point.

Floor Traders Pivot Points Calculating the Support and Resistances requires a little more math.(High – Low) The Support and Resistance lines go up to 5. For this setup you are only focusing on 1 and 2. but I gave you the formulas up to 3. Calculations R3 = R1 + (High – Low) R2 = Pivot + (High – Low) R1 = (2 x Pivot) – Low S1 = (2 x Pivot) – High S2 = Pivot – (High – Low) S3 = S1 . .

Roman Candle Pivot Point Trade The “Roman Candle Pivot Point Trade” is a setup that uses these lines as support and resistance levels. The main focus of this trade is that the stock is potentially running out of steam at the pivot. . support or resistance levels.

.Roman Candle Pivot Point Trade The “Roman Candle Pivot Point Trade” is a setup that uses these lines as support and resistance levels.

Roman Candle Pivot Point Trade .

Roman Candle Pivot Point Trade (Intraday) Trade Setup •The stock is moving up (or down) toward one of the pivot levels (R2 for the example below) •The entry came as the stock ran out of steam at R2 Entry • Enter a bearish position at this point • If the stock has weekly options that do not expire tomorrow. consider using the weekly for entering the trade • Find a delta of 65 – 85 • Verify there is enough open interest • Use 3 or 5 minute candles for this setup .

• Each pivot level is a place that the stock will hesitate. So if the market is down and your stock is moving up and it hits an R1 or R2 level there is a better chance the stock will retrace. adjust your stop accordingly. set your initial stop just above “R2” (for this example) • As the stock moves in your direction. so move the stops in tight to protect your profits Notes • You could use 1-minute candles if it fits your trading personality • This trade potentially works best if the market and the stock are moving in different directions.Roman Candle Pivot Point Trade (Intraday) Exit Criteria • If entering the trade at “R2” then “R1” is your first exit point • Consider scaling out at each level • Use the 8 period moving average to help you with the trend remaining in place Stops • Upon entry of the trade. .

not weekly options • Find a delta of 65 – 85 • Verify there is enough open interest • Use 3 or 5 minute candles for this setup .Roman Candle Pivot Point Trade (EOD) Trade Setup •The stock is moving up (or down) toward one of the pivot levels (R2 for the example below) •The entry came as the stock ran out of steam at R2 Entry • Enter a bearish position at this point • For end of day setup only use monthly options.

So if the market is down and your stock is moving up and it hits an R1 or R2 level there is a better chance the stock will retrace. . • This trade potentially works best if the market and the stock are moving in different directions. so move the stops in tight to protect your profits Notes • You need to evaluate the trade daily based on the new pivot levels and the trend remaining in place. adjust your stop accordingly. • Each pivot level is a place that the stock will hesitate.Roman Candle Pivot Point Trade (EOD) Exit Criteria • If entering the trade at “R2” then the midpoint between “R1” and “R2” is your first exit point • Consider scaling out at each level • Use the 8 period moving average to help you with the trend remaining in place Stops • Upon entry of the trade. set your initial stop just above the mid point • As the stock moves in your direction.

Power Hour Setup .

• Set alerts at those price levels Alert Goes Off • If the alert goes off. • If the stock has dropped below the low of the first hour. consider a bearish trade. look at the 1-minute chart for the breakout beyond the lines you drew. consider a bullish position.Power Hour Setup The “Power Hour” trade is an uncomplicated trade setup to work with. • If the stock goes up above the morning high. The Power Hour trade allows us to potentially exploit this recognizable pattern. . draw trend lines on the lowest low and the highest high of the stock’s first hour of movement. Setup Criteria • Using a one-minute chart. The first hour’s high and low of the market may give us a range for the day.

Power Hour Setup Allow the first hour of the market to form and draw lines at the first hour’s high and lows .

Power Hour Entry
If the alert goes off when the stock hits one of the lines, follow these criteria: Entry Criteria • Look at the chart if the alert goes off when the stock hits the low Power Hour line • If the stock breaks down below the low line, that is the place to consider an entry • Using a 3-minute candle, allow the candle to close and wait for the next candle to form. The second candle needs to be below the low of the breakout candle to signal an entry.

Power Hour Entry
Wait for the entry candle to be below the low of the breakout candle

Power Hour Exits
Exit Criteria • This trade is managed by using the 8 period moving average • As long as the stock stays below the 8 period moving average remain in the trade • When the stock closes above the 8 period moving average, exit your bearish position Setting Stops • Upon entering the stock, you will set a stop above the Power Hour low line • As the stock moves up above the line, consider closing out of the trade Notes • This trade is all about management. Tight stops will result in small losses, which is what you want. If the position is moving in your direction, allow it to run until your exit criteria are met. • It is normally best to avoid entry into this position from 12 p.m. to 1:45 p.m. EST •Pivots can also be used to scale out of the trade

Power Hour Exits Use the 8 period moving average to exit the position .

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Gap Fade Frenzy .

Gap Fade Frenzy .

Opening Gap Trading the gap is a great way to take advantage of the volatility in the market right at the open. You want to fade the gap as you are anticipating the gap filling (or getting closed up) On the following pages you have examples of trades that are analyzed based on statistical data. When a stock gaps up. . meaning it is based on the numbers. so you can learn to determine which gaps to possibly trade and which ones to pass on. The “Gap Trade” is a purely statistical trade. you want to fade the gap (trade the gap in the opposite direction) As the stock gaps up (as an example) you would want to trade the bearish side of the position.

S1 drawn on your real time charts Entry Criteria • Use 1-minute candles and watch the ”SPY” chart from the open.Opening Gap Setup Criteria • Based on your risk tolerance. use the gap statistics to determine which levels of gap fade you are most comfortable with • If the gap doesn’t meet your criteria. R2. if this happens. pass on the trade • Have the pivot points. S2. you are waiting for the stock to run out of steam and roll over. consider entering a bearish position. • Use weekly options if available . R1. • If the stock gaps up.

look at the gaps on equities • For stocks. once comfortable.Opening Gap Setting Stops • The initial stop should be set above the most recent high • If the stock continues to go higher.00 • Use weekly options if possible • Gap fade is potentially stronger if it runs up to a pivot level and reverses from there . looking for trading opportunities that have an Average True Range (ATR) greater than $4. exit your position Exit Criteria • Manage the trade in the direction of your position • A half gap fill is a good place to scale out of your first half of your trade • Look for a full gap fill for exiting the balance of the trade Notes • Consider using the “SPY” to start with and.

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.Opening Gap Statistics On the following pages are the Gap Statistics for: SPY AAPL AMZN RIMM The results are purely statistical. meaning they are based on historical evidence of the gap filling based on the rules we discussed.

45% 60.55% % Filled 97.00% 38.07% 63.50% 32.26% 27.33% 12.50% 85.50% 68.90 91 – 1.45% 57.86% 79.51% 31.67% 87.55% 42.10 11 .“SPY” Opening Gap Stats Gap Range In Dollars 0 .13% 9 40.00% 61.29% 37 40 43 42 44 33.46% 16.74% 72.65% 22.37% 82.80 81 .14% 20.00% 85.49 .60 61 .40 41 .71% 66.70 71 .75% 32.50 51 .00% 12 14.54% 83.30 31 .93% 36.00 +++ Exp Date Trade Mon After Exp Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday # Of Not Days Filled Filled 40 1 39 41 6 35 34 6 28 40 9 31 25 8 17 26 10 16 12 2 10 16 14 2 11 6 5 7 3 4 44 35 9 15 14 56 63 63 62 61 6 2 19 23 20 20 17 % Not Filled 2.50% 45.00 1.87% Daily ATR for the sample data $1.50% 54.49% 68.63% 17.25% 67.35% 77.20 21 .50% 14.

00% 50.57% 71.1.51 .76% 95.24% 50.50 3.76 .41% 16.00% 8.44% 20.01 .6.50 2.51 ..00% 37.09% 78.00 .00% 75.00 6.25 .5.00% 30.4.61% 78.43% 25.56% 44.00% 50.41% 32.33% 21.4.75 – 2.51 .51 .60% 78.1.02% 28.00 5.75 1.50% 62.46% 36.00% 80.01 .6.74% 4.67% 7.67% 83.98% 73.00 4.50 .25 1.00% 50.40% 21.01 .00% 69.5 .33% 91.91% 21..85% 22.2.00+++ Exp Date Trade Mon After Exp Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday # Of Days 3 72 79 60 56 63 49 35 26 41 31 21 8 8 9 5 3 4 12 28 28 110 121 121 119 115 Not Filled 0 6 6 10 12 17 14 10 16 15 10 1 4 3 5 1 3 3 6 6 7 34 26 38 26 26 Filled 3 66 73 50 44 46 35 25 10 26 21 20 4 5 4 4 0 1 6 22 21 76 95 83 93 89 % Not Filled % Filled 0.25 .00 3.00% 100.57% 26.150 1.01 .43% 78.00% 25.3.50 4.00% 0.57% 75.51 .51% 68.50 7.57% 71.5.59% 92.01 .54% 38.50% 55.15% 77.00 1.50 5.1.75 .00 2.01 .39% .00% 21.00% 100.49% 31.43% 61..59% 63.26 .26% 67.“AAPL” Opening Gap Stats AAPL Gap Data Gap Range 0 .3.43% 28.

“AMZN” Opening Gap Stats AMZN Gap Data Gap Range 0 .75 1.25 1.00% 32.00% 68.00% 67.76 .01% 70.14% 91.90% 18 40.36% 22.64% 77.00% 23.86% 64.14% 25 35.4.51 .200 2.82% 7 53.00 1.00% 99 2.75 .26 .25 .92% 19 19 65 77 84 79 82 24.26 .97% 44 24.36% .500 5.51 .51 .99% 29.01 ..01 .50 2.76 .17% 22.00% 12 60.83% 77.86% 71 8.00% 9 65.00% 34..08% 76.00% 15 31.00+++ Exp Date Trade Mon After Exp Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday # Of Days 2 102 70 78 58 39 30 30 22 15 12 20 26 10 13 25 25 97 109 109 107 106 Not Filled 0 3 9 7 14 14 12 18 7 8 5 11 17 6 10 6 6 32 32 25 28 24 Filled % Not Filled 2 0.67% 9 55.10% 60.00% 40.3.06% 87.01 .2.1.01 .33% 7 41.62% 40.64% % Filled 100.18% 46.25 2.67% 58.03% 75..38% 4 60.2.01 .94% 26.00% 24.26 .50 .94% 61 12.1.150 1.00 3.1.06% 73.33% 45.00% 97.00 4.00% 3 76.00% 76.

16% 65.36% 80.00% 2.31% 37.10 .00% 14.75 .40 .50 1.75 1.76 .25 .51 .00% 62.00 1.00% 37.59% 50..29% 13.22% .76 .1.01% 14.84% 34.99% 4.29% 14.01 .01% 95.89% 25.05% 83..11% 75.33% 70.11 .51 .71% 86.75% 21.72% 86.50 ...00+ Exp Date Trade Mon After Exp Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday # Of Days 6 67 101 86 72 88 67 37 23 9 17 12 28 28 110 121 121 119 115 Not Filled 0 2 5 14 10 22 25 14 8 6 5 6 4 4 15 24 36 25 17 Filled 6 65 96 72 62 66 42 23 15 3 12 6 24 24 95 97 85 94 98 % Not Filled % Filled 0.78% 66.95% 16.00% 85.99% 85..69% 62.83% 29.00% 100.71% 85.2.1.1.22% 33.17% 70.41% 50.64% 19.26 .00 2.67% 29.78% 97.25 1.1.26 .40 .25% 78.01 .“RIMM” Opening Gap Stats RIMM Gap Data Gap Range 0-0 .28% 13.

Gap “FAR” Fill And Reverse .

5.Gap “FAR” Chart Setup •Intraday Candlesticks Charts 1. 15 & 30 Minute •End of day chart (daily bars) •8 and 21 Exponential & 200 Simple Moving Averages Bullish Trade Setup •This trade can be done with stocks or options. we will discuss it using stocks. 15 & 30 minute charts •Ideally the gap is in the same direction as the EMA trend (Up for bullish trades) •Allow the stock to fill the gap •Once the gap is filled wait for the first green candle to take out the high of the low red candle (Normally between 9:50 and 10:00am) •Buy 1 penny above the low bar high •Entry is taken intra candle not on the candle close . For options use the option rules in the “Gap Fade Frenzy” trade •The trade setup is off of a 1 minute candle chart •8 & 21 EMA are in an uptrend on the 5.

Gap “FAR” Chart Setup .

Gap “FAR” .

25 x $100 = 400 Shares to trade in this example Round shares to full lots (100 share increments) Initial Stop Place a stop 1 penny below the low of the entry bar The “Hard Stop” stays in place until 2 consecutive bars close green (you want to see 2 consecutive bars of profitability) before adjusting the stop from the initial setting. Example: You are willing to risk $100 on this trade Determine where your entry is from the stop loss setting You enter the trade at $25.Gap “FAR” Risk Management The trade risk is assessed on your maximum trade loss (how much money are you willing to risk on this trade). .00 The Stop is at $24.25 per share Multiply $0.75 You will be risking $0.

After the trade “2 Green Bar Rule” is met then move your stop to breakeven Then use the recent 5 minute bars low as a trailing stop The low of the previous 5 minute bar will be used as the trailing stop Scaling Out If using the 200 SMA as an exit (of profitability) Scale out of half of the position just below that level.Gap “FAR” Stop Adjustments The “Hard Stop” stays in place until 2 consecutive bars close green (you want to see 2 consecutive bars of profitability) before adjusting the stop from the initial setting. Manage the last half of the position using the “2 Green Bar Rule” (Above) .

Gap “FAR” .

Gap “FAR” Observations •The 8. 21 & 200 can be used for entry and exit help •They can be used as a support or resistance level •Bearish trades have a better potential to fill because of the fear factor •On any stock you are considering draw a line at the gap •If the gap is filled and it violates line you drew watch for a reversal and a potential entry .

Gap “FAR” Notes •Consider using 3 min candles •Prior to entry of a trade make sure the market is still ok •If position hits the recent high take off half of the position •Consider scaling out in 3 portions or 2 portions based on market conditions •If a large bar forms (after you are in the trade) use the center of that bar to exit some of the position •Use 8ema as trend exits. . If trade is 10 contracts and you did 2 exits and are left with 3 contracts use the 8ema violation as a last exit.

821 Moving Average Trade Setup .

The 8 and 21 period moving averages are exponential. consider entering a long position Chart Settings •3.821 Moving Average Trade Bullish Setup Criteria • The 8 period moving average will be below the 21 period moving average. 8. 21 Exponential Moving Averages . Bullish Entry Criteria • Look for the 8 period moving average cross up above the 21 period moving average on the day’s close • The next day if the stock continues to move up. The stock is moving up and the 8 period moving average crosses up above the 21 period moving average.

821 Moving Average Trade .

watch the 3 period exponential moving average • The stock should move above the 3 period exponential moving average • When the stock closes below the 3 period moving average. exit your position Alternate Exit #2 • When the stock closes below the 3 period moving average. exit your position Alternate Exit #1 • When the stock closes below the 3 period moving average. allow the stock to open the next day • If the stock continues to move down.821 Moving Average Trade Bullish Exit Criteria • If the stock continues to move higher. scale out of half of your position and manage the balance .

• If the stock continues to move up. .821 Moving Average Trade Setting Stops • The initial stop would be set below the 8 period moving average. use the 3 period moving average exit criteria above Notes • The most powerful crosses potentially happen when the stock was below the moving averages the day before the crossover happens.

821 Moving Average Trade .

Bonus Section •Trading Plan •Trading Mantra •Extreme Charts 821 Moving Average Filter •Trading Psychology Test / Test Results •Blank ETF Fact Sheet 109 .

* A good trader cannot predict the direction the market will go. You are not a player in the game. You must not make a change to try to fix a position. Don’t fight it. You will have an opinion on the market direction but you must follow the direction the market decides to go. * Believe in yourself. * Set up a trading environment that allows you to trade without distractions. Keep the trading environment clean and neat. Be objective and mechanical. Organization in your trading environment will allow for better organization in your trading. The trend is your friend. * Never become emotional about a trade or a position. * Be flexible to change the criteria if experience shows a better way. . * Don’t trade if you are not in the right frame of mind.General Trading Plan Criteria * KISS: Keep It Simple Stupid. But you must be in total control. You are only a spectator. Follow the rules. this may help set your mind at ease.

this is where the real battle will be. It is about learning to use a system to make more than you lose.General Trading Plan Criteria * The most important qualities in a trader are to be patient. self-discipline and wisdom. * Know thyself. * Work on thyself by playing motivational tapes. * Find an exposure point that will allow you to trade without feeling uncomfortable. disciplined. * Never allow anyone to steal your dream. * Trading is a battleground for testing your self-control. * Trading is not about finding the Holy Grail. able to pull the trigger. Do not allow a loss to discourage you. working out and reading. able to take a loss and be honest with myself. It is also a place to better yourself in all three of these areas. These are all positive things that put you in the correct frame of mind for trading. * Believe in your ability to win in the long run. .

Why do you trade? 2. What position size do you trade? (Is it too large or too small) (What percent of the total account are you trading) . What time frame do you prefer to trade in? (day. What do you trade? What do you prefer trading? What are you most comfortable with? (stocks.) 4.Setting Up Your Trading Plan Questions To Ask Yourself 1. swing. intermediate-term. futures. etc. options) 3.

What overall market conditions must be met for you to trade? (What conditions do you avoid?) 7. technical Indicators 8. How many positions at once are you comfortable trading? 6. When do you get out of a winning position? What are the criteria? Do you have any? . What are your trade entry signals? Are you using them effectively? Do you use a combination of signals? Market Conditions.Setting Up Your Trading Plan 5. specific patterns.

When do you get out of losing positions? • Do you always use protective stops? • What are the criteria? (Percentage. support/resistance levels. fear) 10. volatility based. Do you trade both long and short? • Do you need to? • Are you comfortable with going short? • What is your experience trading on the short side? . set dollar amount. what would the result be? 12. technical indicators.Setting Up Your Trading Plan 9. What do you do when you have a losing streak? • How do you define a losing streak? 11. What specific money-management tools do you use? • How much do you risk on each trade? • If you were stopped out of all positions at once.

How do you create a watch list? • How can you improve it? • How often do you update it? 15. What do traders that you admire do that you don’t do? . How do you trade the open? Or do you? Should you? • What is your gap-up strategy? • What is your gap-down strategy? 14. What is your trading style? What traders do you follow? 16.Setting Up Your Trading Plan 13.

What is your annual income goal? • Break it down to daily/weekly goals (i. How much money will you start out with? • What percent of your net worth does this represent? 20. How much time do you spend daily outside market hours doing research/homework? • What is your routine? Do you have a routine? • How much better would your trading be if you were more disciplined about this? • What specifically needs to be done? 18. $250.Setting Up Your Trading Plan 17. When do you plan on becoming profitable? (if not already) • How long will your “paper trading” period last? .000/day or $5.e.000/week) • What do you need to do to achieve this goal? The next two questions are designed for newer traders: 19.000 = $1.

Setting Up Your Trading Plan When this exercise is complete. . you’ll have two things: 1. A better understanding about yourself. The basis for your Written Trading Plan. and your trading 2.

Trading Criteria • You’ll use these daily • Make these very specific • (This is perhaps the most important section) For trading criteria.Writing Your Trading Plan 1. daily • Make them specific and realistic 2. short-term. here are some examples to consider: “I will only trade stocks with MACD crossing over. Goals • Long-term.” “I will only trade 100 shares until I’m profitable for three straight months.” .” “My daily goal is X. Tasks • What do you need to do to get there? 3.

to identify areas that need improvement. -.to track how closely you are following your trading criteria -.to modify it as needed (At least once a year) . This is done for a number of reasons: -. it’s important to review it on a regular basis.to track profitability -.Writing Your Trading Plan Once your plan is written.

* I made a list of all of the ways that I can harm myself while I am in a trade. * I made amends with myself for the harm that I have done to myself in past trades. * I humbly ask God to remove all of my shortcomings in my life. .Rob’s Personal Trading Mantra * I admit that I am powerless over the market. * I realize that I can do great harm to my family’s finances in the market. then the market will not be able to hurt me. If I follow my system. * I believe that a power greater than I can restore my sanity when in a trade (good or bad). The market is unmanageable by me. * I am entirely ready to have God remove all of my defects of character in my trading. I am on the sidelines. As a trader I am not in the game. I will no longer do harm to my families finances. * I will continue to take a personal inventory and when I am wrong in a trade I will admit it and follow my system.

My whole attitude and outlook about trading will change. Fear of losing and of economic insecurity has left me. My experience can recover. SPIRITUAL EXPERIENCE Most emphatically I wish to say that as a trader I am capable of honesty facing my problems in the light. I will intuitively handle situations that used to baffle me.Rob’s Personal Trading Mantra MY PROMISE I am going to know a new freedom and a new happiness in my trading. I now realize that God is doing for me what I could not do for myself. I can only be defeated by not following my system or belligerent denial. honesty and open mindedness are the essentials of good trading. No matter how bad my trading has been. The feeling of helplessness and self-pity while in a trade will disappear. I will not regret the past nor wish to shut the door on it. provided I do not close my mind to my trading criteria. Through experience I have found that willingness. I will use my experience to benefit others and myself. .

What you will need to do is to go to Extreme Charts and click on the blue telephone in the upper left of the program (this is the same button you use to do the daily updates) Click the “Download Special File” radio button and enter the file in there and click start. Filter name to download: “RR821EMA” Filter name in Extreme Charts •Template Name: RR 821 •Filter: RR Bearish (8MA Crosses Below 21MA) •Filter: RR Bullish (8MA Crosses Above 21MA) .Extreme Charts Filter You will be able to download this filter directly into Extreme Charts for the 821 Moving Average Trade Setup included with this workshop.

purpose. c) The feeling you got by vacationing there. it is easier to understand and to execute if: a) It is written or diagrammed. When you recall a particularly wonderful vacation you had. 3. or that you heard. or something you felt. 2.Trading Psychology Test There are 30 questions on the test. b) I listen to familiar sounds that point me in the right direction. such as the thwack of the ball or the roar of the crowd. c) The feel of the game. When you recall a time you were immensely drawn to someone. b) It is explained to me. b) The sound of the game. c) I get a sense of clarity. what was the very first thing that attracted you to them? Was it: a) The way they looked. or how I look playing it. 5. such as the grip of the club or the sense of motion. answer each question and read the “Test Results” at the end of the section to determine your strengths and weaknesses in trading. 1. what is the very first experience you remember? Was it: a) The way the resort area looked. I particularly enjoy: a) The look of the game. b) The different way it sounded to you. . or correctness from it. When I get an assignment at work. how do you navigate? a) I look for road signs or follow a map of the territory. 4. When I engage in my favorite sport. b) Something they said to you. When you drive. c) The way they touched you. c) I get a gut feeling or sense of where I am.

reading. I find it helps to: a) Write them down so I can see them clearly.Trading Psychology Test 6. wind chimes. During sex. 7. I like to: a) Look at what is going on. musical instruments. 10. woodworking. c) Sort them out internally until they make since. c) They sense how I would feel if either choice came to pass. massage. b) Hear my lover. I find it easier to be with my friends if: a) They communicate using animation and to–the-point statements. it helps to: a) Picture the possible choices in my mind’s eye. the sound of the sea. c) Feel every sensation. b) Music. b) Hear both sides of a dialogue within my mind. When my problems get me down. . Which do I tend to favor? a) Photography. introspection. b) They interact with me through easy-to hear and varying speech. films. b) Talk or listen to another until my problems sound easier to hear. When I make decisions. c) Ball games. concerts. c) Sense how I would feel if either choice came to pass. sketching. touching. painting. 9. 8.

b) Listen closely to the salesperson and/or have a conversation with myself giving the pros and cons of buying it.Trading Psychology Test 11. c) Get a certain feeling about that person. When I buy an article of clothing. c) Getting a feeling about the way the word is spelled. 12. my experience of satisfaction comes first from: a) Seeing myself in the mirror getting better. When I have occasion to use mathematics. b) Counting the numbers in my head. after first seeing it. I verify accuracy by: a) Looking at the word in my mind’s eye to see if it looks the way that word should. . b) Hearing myself or others say how good I am looking. the very first thing I do is: a) See the person in my mind’s eye b) Hear his or her voice in my mind. c) Feeling my body get stronger and sensing it is more in shape. At the gym. On the occasions when I think of a former lover. c) Using my fingers to get a sense of correctness. b) Saying the words out loud or hearing it in my mind. When I spell. I verify my answer by: a) Look at the numbers to see if they look correct. c) Get a feeling about it and /or touch it to see if it is something I would enjoy wearing. 13. 15. 14. the very next thing I do is: a) Take another really good look at it or picture myself wearing it.

b) The music changes pace. b) When they begin talking to me. 19. I get an immediate experience of: a) The way we look together through the eyes of love. and the joy of serenity. and distant whispers. my whole frame of experience will change if: a) The lights get brighter or dimmer. I get an immediate experience of dislike: a) When I see them approach. When I turn off to someone. and the ice-blue water. the very first thing that makes me glad to be there is: a) The look of the sand.Trading Psychology Test 16. . c) When I sense they are nearby. Having a conversation at a party. The subject I enjoy the most in school came about primarily as a result of: a) The way it looked on board or in books. the salt air on my lips. 20. c) My sense of interest as I learned more about it. 18. At the beach.” c) A feeling or sense of warmth toward that person. the laughing wind. the smiling sun. b) The sound of the subject as it was taught to me. b) The sound of the waves. c) The feel of the sand. b) The sound of telling him/her or being told “I love you. c) The room temperature changes. When I love someone. 17.

c) A warm and toasty comforter or flannel sheets. In the morning. b) I hear the chief executive say. b) The room is hushed or muted with pleasing background quiet. “You are really going places.” c) I feel satisfaction in getting a promotion. When I experience anxiety. c) My sense of ease begins to alter. I know my career is taking a turn for the better when: a) I see myself moving into the corner office. 24. I especially enjoy awakening to: a) Either the sun streaming in or an overcast day. 25.Trading Psychology Test 21. it is important that: a) The room is nearly dark or pleasantly shaded. b) Sounds begin to bother me. When I am very happy. . b) The sound of a lively wind or rain pelting the windows. c) The bed feels very comfortable. Before going to sleep at night. b) Resonates with harmony. c) Fits perfectly within the space of my life. 23. the very first thing that happens is: a) The world takes on a different appearance in some way. my world: a) Takes on a definite and wonderful shine. 22.

Trading Psychology Test
26. I get along better with people who: a) Relate to the world through the way it looks. b) Relate to the world through the way it sounds. c) Relate to the world through the way it makes them feel. 27. When I get totally motivated, the first thing that happens is: a) I see things from a new and resourceful perspective. b) I tell myself how this state is going to create new possibilities. c) I can actually feel myself getting psyched up. 28. When someone tells me, “I love you,” my first experience is: a) An image of the person loving me, or us together. b) A dialogue within my soul saying, “This is wonderful.” c) A feeling of pleasurable contentment. 29. Death, for me, is probably: a) To see no more, or to see in a totally new way. b) To hear no more, or to hear in a totally new way c) To feel no more, or to feel in a totally new way. 30. Having rapport with someone is: a) Seeing him or her in a wonderful and easy to be with way. b) Hearing the person communicate things exactly the way I would. c) Feeling toward the person the way I know he or she feels toward me.

Trading Psychology Results
PERSONALITY TYPES AND TRADING—WHAT YOU DON’T KNOW ABOUT YOURSELF CAN HURT YOUR TRADING
Nearly 60% of the population will have “A” as their highest scoring trait. This indicates that a person’s dominant way in which they view the world is visual. It’s not really known why this is so, but experts feel it has to do with sight being our strongest sense, and that, for the majority of us, we were taught from birth to depend on our eyes in order to make our way through life. Also, in today’s world, our input is largely through television, movies, computer screens and printed copy—all of which are heavily dependent on the eyes. Visual people like daylight and are extremely mobile, and it’s easy to find them in professions that allow them visual expression. Nowhere is this more observable than in the entertainment industry. Visual people are generally “movers and shakers” and like to move fast. Visuals are drawn to this industry and its related fields as a natural expression of who they are. These types of people naturally gravitate to professions such as painting, photography, and design. They also make great marksmen, firefighters and pilots. In terms of trading, visuals adapt quickest to this profession, as they depend largely on what is happening visually in front of them on the computer screen to make decisions. It doesn’t mean they will make the right decisions, but they are most naturally adapted to the world of trading. If they are untrained in how the markets work, they will make the same mistakes as everyone else. Once they get some experience, however, they tend to be good at waiting for the charts to setup before taking their entries. Yet, only experience teaches them how to manage their exits. A visuals biggest weakness is watching the P&L fluctuate throughout the trading day. It would be better for them to cover that up (a business card taped to the corner of the computer screen works good) and just focus on the setups. Also, visuals tend to laser in on a price chart and ignore everything else, which can be a detriment to their trading. This is why it is helpful to have auditory alerts on things like high tick readings as well as listening to pit noise in the background so visuals don’t get sucked into the extreme price action they are seeing on the charts.

Trading Psychology Results
If your highest score was “B,” then your dominant personality trait is auditory. My accountant is highly auditory, and I’ve noticed that the sounds around the office occupy most of his attention. Auditory personality types relate to the world through the way things sound and in many respects are the more sensitive to sounds than visual people are to sight. Auditory people can be easily distracted by the most inoffensive sound, which makes it seem like they are not paying attention to you during a conversation. In reality, though, they are strong verbal communicators—it’s just they hear every sound coming their way and sometimes it distracts them. They enjoy talking with others as well as just talking out loud to themselves. Because of their innate ability internally to put thoughts into dialogue, experts believe most loners have this dominant personality type. Because of their heighten sensitivity to sound, auditories don’t tolerate harsh or disharmonic noise as well as others do. Fire or ambulance sirens are major offenders, and you can spot an auditory easily by observing who on a street corner is holding his ears as an ambulance screams past. Also, they have an incredible ability to listen so thoroughly and with such intent that data is absorbed and processed in their minds very quickly, without needing to be translated into pictures. Because of this enhances ability, auditories tend to gravitate to areas in life that permit the use of such superb listening and communicative talents. In regards to trading, this personality type has one strong advantage—the ability to sit alone in front of a computer for days at a time without going crazy. That is an important part of trading, and this ability to be patient and wait and not feel isolated is a necessary trait to have. The downside of this personality type and trading is that a chart isn’t really much use to them, and they frequently miss setups from simply not paying attention. Whereas a visual can stare at a chart for hours because the red and green lights are fascinating, an auditory personality needs additional input. Audio alerts and pit noise are important tools for auditories, and I know some of these personality types who don’t even look at price charts. They just listen for audio alerts and then place their trades. If your highest score was “C” then you relate to the world around you by how you feel. People with this dominate personality trait long to be understood and respected for being so in touch with their feelings. They tend to like a person because of how they feel when they are around them, or like a movie because of how it made them feel when watching it. When they laugh, they let themselves go and really feel the laughter, giving the person they are talking to a sense that they totally understand and agree with what was so funny. Type C personalities are able to translate visual images and acoustical data into feelings that are pertinent to them and those around them. Type Cs enjoy conversations but not for the same reason visuals or auditories do. They use dialogue to translate words, sounds, and images into feelings. While visuals and auditories are busy communication with pictures and sounds, this type C personality is busily running through his vast storehouse of feelings and attaching sensory meaning to what the other person has just said.

because of their superior sense of touch. Of course. However. and get out when they feel bad. For a type C personality. then just acknowledge that your feelings need to be faded. type Cs make superior athletes. potters. If you are a type C don’t despair. they should actually be closing out a position instead of initiating a new one. then you should be looking at the short side and vice versa. it feels bad to buy a market that is selling off into a pivot level. A type C who masters this will have a distinct advantage over other traders. Any occupation that requires manual tasks is just plain easier for these types of personalities. A type C who is unaware of this will always face an uphill battle when it comes to trading. The solution to this is hard yet simple. or wait until they get a sense about whether what they are doing or are about to do is good or bad. For traders. Moreover. surgeons. . and gets them out just as it is turning. A type C personality trader will wait until they sense when things are good or bad. all types of mechanics and other feeling or sensory-based work are common calling. If you are a type C. actors. woodworkers. They literally get into trades when it feels good to do so. This almost always puts them in just as a move as ending. by the time this happens. Psychologists. They would rather wait to see a bounce so that they can “feel good” that the trade is going to work out. If you are excited and feel good about going long. Typical occupations that are tailor-made for them usually have hands-on or feeling parameters. this type of personality has the biggest struggle and usually doesn’t make it until they figure out how their personality is working against them. the opposite is true. you would assume that type C’s are introverts.Trading Psychology Results Because of a heightened ability to feel.

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