Learn how to day trade gaps – day trading strategies for the US equities

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In order to become a successful trader and effective in day trading, you require to practice trading on daily basis. There are an abundance of methods to make money in trading. The simplest way to make income online is to comply with a basic, established and predictable trading system.Learn day trading strategies for the US equities. Follow a full-time trader and a trade plan that works. Join a team of traders helping traders where new and experienced traders experience high probability low risk trading.
Day trading in stocks on Wall Street. Meir Barak trades together with Tradenet’s internet trading room in real-time so that you can get a full view of his trading screens. A must see for all capital market lovers, investors and traders. Educational as well as mesmerizing!
In order to become a successful trader and effective in day trading, you require to practice trading on daily basis. There are an abundance of methods to make money in trading. The simplest way to make income online is to comply with a basic, established and predictable trading system.

20 COMMENTS

  1. Hello meir barak so institutional traders sell after gap up because they are making money. So what if you short every gap up since you said after 10 days 90% gap fill is that a stradegy? Also I got your book cant wait to read it!

  2. Im 19 and ive been trading for almost 3 years now ive watched alot of your videos for insperation, aslo wanted to say thank you for taking your time making and editing these videos i know its hard work its much appreciated

    @themarketsdaddy on instagram

  3. Hi Meir, hope you're having good time on holidays. I would like please one precision about what you say on the VWAP, for example JNJ did play around the VWAP the two last days. Is there any possibility to know if institutions are accumulating or selling the stock ? Thank you a lot for your time and answer !! Bonne soirée 🙂

  4. Hi Meir Barak, I come from China, I learn, gain more from your video, you are great. I'm ready to try DT career a few months later, I love stock and I believe I can do it well as you. Anyway, thanks to you and wish everything in your side goes smoothlly.

  5. hi Meir…thank you for the interesting videos you put up…the vwap strategy iswuite appealing… I trade in the Indian stock market which has a term 'ATP' ..is it equivalent to vwap??

  6. Hi Meir, thanks for your great and informative videos. I am an absolute newcomer to this subject and I don't pretend to know anything about it. I have only used a demo account and so far have realized £10,000 profit in one week (my first week ever) and lost it all plus a further £1,000 the second week!  Making a total loss of around £11,000! I am recovering my losses slowly and having great fun doing so.
     I have a question for you though,  It seemed to me from the start that obviously the market moves by virtue of the big players having the advantage of a certain amount of predictability ie, they can influence the trend with huge amounts of money. We can only sit and study their movements and try to predict them based on current charts or a studied recent or ancient history. We will obviously be correct some of the time and incorrect some of the time. I'm not happy with the idea that "this is a rule, but there are always exceptions".
     I think if we have "exceptions" to a rule, then we don't have a rule, we only think we do. 
     
     So if we were to apply this model to other aspects of other people's behaviour, I think it would be realized that whilst study will definitely reveal patterns,  what study will never reveal is "when" these patterns will be played. 
    I use the term "played" because I've been a musician for almost 55 years and the market really reminds me of improvising over a theme.
    To continue this analogy, the "theme" is clearly dictated by the big players. (rhythm section) The soloists (us) have no choice but to react.  An accomplished soloist must recognise the sequence presented to him and also imagine all logical alternative sequences in order to solo harmonically. (react logically to the market) 

    There is one reliable stability that ties everything together though – resolution.  A good piece of interesting music keeps a listener suspended waiting for resolution in much the same way the market may go up unexpectedly before it moves down..  In actual fact most great pieces of music are made up of 80% "wrong" notes that resolve to obvious harmonic conclusions which please us and put us at ease. (this would be profit of course).

    To this end, isn't it more important to think of a trend as a theme within which there are sequences that repeat day after day that we must learn to recognise in order to "solo" over (react to), rather than try to be mind-readers?  After all, isn't walking across a tightrope a series of ultra-fast balance corrections rather than practicing not to make mistakes at all?
    I really like the fact that you show your losses in this respect and take a longer-term view.
     

    The question I'm asking you then is,  how do we react quickly enough to gain resolution once we actually recognise the sequence?
    With the spread being somewhat unforgiving at times,  how can we react to the smaller movements within a given time and make a profit?

    Thanks again for your great videos,  you seem passionate on your subject irrespective of money.
     

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