Tame Risk, Create Weekly Cash Flow
At any point in time the market can twist or turn in an unforeseen direction and even seem to be all over the place at once.
Trying to determine market direction, price action, entries and exits can devolve into a confusing whirlwind of information for a trader to try to digest. And… it doesn’t boost the trading account when all that information overload negatively affects the bottom line.
This week’s “Friday Feature” is a plan to tame risk and create weekly cash flow.
At Simpler Trading, there is nothing more valuable than supporting our people — even in volatile markets.
This week’s highlight of the newsletter features incredible training for traders... with a steady plan.
Wouldn’t it make sense to have as part of your trading plan a straight-forward, consistent strategy to cut through the market whirlwind?
Simpler Trading team member Allison Ostrander, Director of Risk Tolerance, has refined a unique way to tame risk while creating weekly cash flow. Her “Profit Recycling” strategy is a “go-to” plan that targets low-risk trades.
At its core is Allison’s specialized and repeatable system to take advantage of intraday moves without technically triggering a day trade. This is how she can double or even quadruple a smaller account in a matter of weeks… and then repeat the process.
She put together “Profit Recycling” as a course for traders who want to generate consistent income each week. This is a course with a step-by-step process for implementing a low-risk strategy with higher profit potential that can be repeated within individualized trading plans.
“Profit Recycling” demonstrates how to work trades over stretches of weeks within a directional market or execute trades on a faster time frame within more volatile conditions.
Another advantage of this course is Allison’s exceptional ability to explain complex trading strategies and chart patterns with ease. She excels in this area because she started as a trader who loves being a parent and needed to get the best possible returns with strictly limited risk without spending all day watching the market.
Doesn’t it make sense for any trader who has struggled with risk in the past, or for those looking to grow an account while protecting their capital, to check out “Profit Recycling?”