I've been day trading stocks for the past 4 or 5 years with some great success and I still do it to this day. But I started to look at futures since I was getting a little tired with looking at so many charts but recently I've started to think more long term. I've started to get tired of constantly staring at a screen 24/7 and would like to start putting on longer term trades that can I can just check up on. However I've never once considered long term trading in my short trading career and so am in need of a little guidance.
I've looked at ACD but Mr.Fisher doesn't go into great detail with his method so unless someone's had experience there or has more info besides the book he wrote I will probably be passing it up.
So any suggestions are welcomed books/webinars/videos!
* If investing gets too difficult for a seventh grader to understand, the system is needlessly complex
* Markets produce an enormous volume of information, much of which is redundant
* In every game and con there's always an opponent, and there's always a victim. The trick is to know when you're the latter, so you can become the former
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