Part 10: Real World Results

Welcome back to the Rude Awakening, folks.

Today is Friday, February the 19th, 2021 and we are in the final day of our asymmetric trading system!

It’s time to look at real world results…

Click here to read today’s transcript.

Here’s a quick overview of everything this system has to offer…

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And if you need to catch up, here’s everything we’ve covered…

Day one, we talked about the problem, which is we don’t have an edge or an advantage if we’re just simply buying stock or investing money directly into the marketplace.

Day two, we talked about the solution, which is building an asymmetric trading system, where we only risk a dollar for every $3 of potential profit.

Day three, we talked about how to use bracket orders to automate that process.

Day four, we talked about filtering and screening through the 14,000 different opportunities we have in the marketplace every day, how to find those trades out there.

Day five, we talked about how to calculate probability of profit and win-loss ratios and really understand whether or not we do have an edge or an advantage when we go out and place a trade.

Day six, we talked about synthetic covered calls and how that works in our portfolio and what it does for us.

Day seven, we discussed managing the portfolio.

Day eight, we dug into investing in BOTH bullish and bearish markets.

Day nine, we discussed how to use leverage in a safe, smart and profitable way.

And for your final day of training, real world results, make sure to watch today’s video!

Have a great rest of your trading day.

We’ll see you again Monday, getting back to our regular daily market updates and insights.

Regards,

Scott Stewart

Scott Stewart
Editor, Rude Awakening

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