Escape Market Mayhem With Trend Tracking
Escape Market Mayhem With Trend Tracking2022-01-14
Simpler’s traders can be credited with spending extensive hours in the trenches of the market developing proven strategies and methods for retail traders.
In today’s wild market, which is offering no signs of settling down anytime soon, the environment has been especially difficult to navigate. Yet, this is not the time for traders to throw in the towel.
This is when Simpler’s traders improve their skill set to find solid setups to make trades in any market.
Sam Shames, Director of Equities for Simpler Trading, is one of those traders working in the trenches. Trading his own account, Sam analyzes the nuances of the markets and works to scale his trades in such a way that traders with various account sizes can follow the setups.
Sam is this week’s “Friday Feature” team member. At Simpler Trading, there is nothing more valuable than our people – as they are our biggest asset. Sam can often be found in the Simpler Trading online in the Options Gold trading room, where he connects with a wide variety of traders.
Sam’s view of the overall market has proven to be a consistent and insightful assessment in determining momentum and direction. When trading in a market that can shift in any direction, developing strategies that reduce risk allows traders to get out before getting crushed.
Sam’s work evaluating the market has revealed his new “dynamic momentum” tools that paved the way for turning $80,000 into $320,000 in 12 months. This resulted in yearly gains of 300%. Sam knows that all traders need an indicator that works in both trending and non-trending markets. Sam spent years developing two simple tools that can instantly identify these markets. Until now, that was a stumbling block using traditional momentum tools.
Sam’s constant goal is to reveal when a chart has a perfect trend – whether up, down, or sideways. With an indicator that eliminates the guesswork, traders can focus on taking the “best of the best” trades that match their trend criteria.
Sam has an aggressive swing-trading style that inspires traders to learn technical analysis and to recognize the distinct psychology and market correlations presented on the charts. Sam openly shares how he determines whether to take a trend or a range trade – or to just sit it out and watch the market action.
Doesn’t it make sense to have tools that let traders anticipate trend changes on any chart?
If you’re ready to track the trends, turn to Sam’s indicator tools for use in any market or on any time frame to adapt your trading style to current trend conditions.