Day Trading Strategies: Success is Managing Risk and Controlling Emotions. Not Stock Picking


My Name is Cameron Fous and i have been a pro Day Trader for over a Decade. My job now is to teach people day trading strategies that have worked for me and made this into my career!

Learn More on my Strategy with these 7 Lessons

My win ratio is only 52% . But I still make bank! In this example I only made $250. But that was coming off 2 losing trades and 1 Winning Trade. Now imagine my days when i have 2 winning trades and 1 loser! And I make $2k in 45 Minutes!

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I am a veteran stock trader of 10 years. I developed the Fous4 strategy and I teach Day Trading strategies for beginner to intermediate traders. We have the most hands-on program as the Fous4 Team works hard for your success.

I focus on part-time momentum trading strategies including swing-trading and day-trading both long and short.

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  1. in day trading, 91% of traders dont make it while only 9% make it. This guy obviously belongs to the 91%….anybody trading 15k shares for 10 cent profit must be pretty dumb. Talking about risk/reward management? I guess he is just talking, but sure is NOT trading accordingly to that risk/reward management he is so proud of..:-)

  2. Hey Cameron, awesome videos. Thanks for the inspiration and trading stories. I have been working at currencies for a number of years. I commonly hear you saying that its less important to pick the right stocks but rather control emotions and limit your loses. I completely agree. Do you have a general rule of thumb that you use to determine your position size? Essentially, do you have a way to control potential loss at the front end (entering into a trade) rather than at the back end (actual $$ loss)? CH

  3. I can't believe I missed $TKAI feels like I've been watching it forever and missed it. would have been a nice rip to get a hold of.

  4. same here with $nete In at .60 stopped at .56. I've noticed since s&p broke down things haven't been moving the same. thanks for sharing man


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