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A Traders Road

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Experience: Intermediate
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A Traders Road ? It's a journey, not a destination

This is a new website which has opened.

There is a no-fee Sunday newsletter which one can enroll. You can opt out whenever you wish.

The gentleman who owns this site has done many teaching sessions based on years of knowledge and trading the market. He was asked by many traders who know him to share his knowledge. He shared the strategies he developed through proprietary courses over a period of 5+ years at marketgauge.com. He is very thorough in his teaching. Do a web search for Scott Landers and you will find listings.

Scott has traded since the age of 17 (now in his mid-late 30's) and in recent years he has been approached to consult for hedge funds. The purpose of his website is to educate a trader on reading charts and being able to successfully trade what they see.

One strategy he taught was called the "cone" method. For those who have difficulty knowing when to exit the trade, this is a very simple strategy and works well. I still fall back on it from time to time when I get anxious once in a trade.

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I am familiar with his technique. Its not worth your time and effort. Believe me, its a dead end.

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Andrewrunners

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