October 23, 2019

Another Take On the Zone, Now Using Stock.

The Zone is a day-trading methodology utilized in the Momentum Stocks Room.  Although it can be a day-trading methodology, the time horizon is longer than that for a scalp.  These signals typically last 10 to 90 minutes.   But, these positions can also be held for multiple trading periods.

Click the video below to get the inside scoop on this exciting new methodology.

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about the author:

Patrick Hammond

Patrick Hammond runs both our Momentum Stocks Room and Foundation room.

In our Momentum Stocks Room you will learn the “nuts and bolts” to trading stock. Get an introduction to stocks, learn about short selling, dividends, and see how they affect the price of the stock.

Our Foundation Room is a wealth of knowledge for all of our traders from beginning novices to seasoned vets. Here you can sharpen your trading acumen by taking things back to the basics or discover overlooked methods that can make you a more consistent trader.

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