October 19, 2014

The Best Trading Gurus

The Best Trading Gurus
  1. Lakai - www.tradeitdontdateit.com (@_lakai_ on Twitter)
    • The best futures trader I follow.
    • The best price action trader I follow.
    • Cuts out all the BS indicators and focuses on pure support and resistance to make loads of dough in the markets.
  2. Al Brooks - www.brookspriceaction.com (@AlBrooksPA on Twitter)
    • Exceptional trader with almost 30 years of experience trading several markets. 
    • Al cuts out all the BS technical indicators and fundamentals and focuses on pure price action. After all, HFT algorithms control the markets these days and they trade mathematically, which leaves discernible patterns in the price action.
    • Check out his books, chat room, and YouTube channel.
  3. Dan Zanger - www.chartpattern.com (@DanZanger on Twitter)
    • Dan is the world record holder for the largest percent change for a personal portfolio for a 12-month period of time and an 18-month period of time in the history of the stock market.
    • Specializes in swing trading strategies that people with even full-time jobs could significantly benefit from.
  4. Brian Shannon - www.alphatrends.net/blog (@alphatrends on Twitter)
    • Amazing trader with over 20 years of experience trading the markets.
    • Check out his blog and his YouTube channel for exceptional videos on several topics, with an emphasis on technical analysis, entries/exits, and position sizing.
  5. Trader Stewie - http://artoftrading.net (@traderstewie on Twitter)
    • Excellent swing and day trader with over 15 years of experience.
    • Has numerous great videos and articles on his website and his YouTube channel.
OTC and Momentum Stock Specialists
  1. Investors Live - profit.ly/guru/investorsunderground (@InvestorsLive on Twitter)
    • Truly exceptional day trader with several strategies long and short, big boards and OTCs.
    • Video lessons go into great detail about his trades throughout the day.
    • Webinars recap important trading principles and trends in his own trading performance--good and bad.
    • Nate emphasizes helping his students and encourages everyone to ask a lot of questions.
  2. Tim Grittani - http://tradetheticker.blogspot.com (@kroyrunner89 on Twitter)
    • Tim's OTC level II videos are unparalleled in their helpfulness.
    • Tim isn't a guru with students per se, but he is an amazing trader that shares his trading journey with occasional trade recaps that are really helpful.
    • Tim has a phenomenal FAQ as well as a very thorough post on brokers.

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