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Beginner’s Day Trading Guide for Living Day Trading Business Strategy, Rules, Pattern & Stock Picking

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Beginner’s Day Trading Guide for Living Day Trading Business Strategy, Rules, Pattern & Stock Picking

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16 авг. 2021 г.


Day Trading for Living


Are you interested in learning the Hidden Secret of the Day Trading market and how to make a good earning from the day trading stock market? Would you like to learn how to living as day trader without getting beginner mistakes?


Day trading is highly profitable—and highly tumultuous. Moreover, the financial markets have changed considerably in recent years.


Does the very thought of trading for a living make you excited? If yes, then this guide is for you.


Day Trading is two of the most powerful ways to earn a living if you know what you're doing, but most people don't, Inside this book, Scorpio Digital Press explain how day trading works in simple terms. They reveal profitable trading concepts that are based on proven principles without complicated indicators or complex mathematics.


Here's what's contained in this special book:


  • Exchanges and Networks
  • Market Dynamics
  • Market Participants
  • Market Situations
  • Support and Resistance
  • Static and Dynamic
  • Types of Trading
  • Brokers
  • Trading Instruments
  • Price Patterns
  • Trading Strategies
  • Option and Risk Profiles
  • Risk Management
  • Mindset
  • Your Trading Success Plan

If you are motivated to change your life for the better, this book will definitely guide you in the right direction!

This book is not just a self-help book that tells a story of day trading, it is one of those rare trading guides written for people who want to get extraordinary market results.



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Beginner’s Day Trading Guide for Living

Day Trading Business Strategy, Rules, Pattern & Stock Picking

By Scorpio Digital Press

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Table of Contents




A New Approach


The Beginning

Chapter 1: Market Basics

Exchanges and Networks

Centralized Markets

Decentralized Markets

Market Participants


Market Makers

Retail Traders

How to Make Money in the Stock Market

Chapter 2: Market Dynamics

Market Situations



Real-World Situations

Phase Changes


The Anatomy of Price

Price Quotes


Chapter 3: Support and Resistance

Static and Dynamic



Price Environment

Relevant S/R


Chapter 4: Types of Trading

Trading—What It Is Not

Types of Trading


Swing Trading

Position Trading

Day Trading

The Advantages of Day Trading

Chapter 5: Brokers

Full Service vs. Discount

Account Types

Margin Calls

Why Bother with Margin at All?

Pattern Day Trading

Chapter 6: Trading Instruments

Institutional Instruments

Fixed-Income Derivatives

Other Derivatives

Retail Instruments

Stocks (Equities)



Other Derivatives

FX and Contracts for Difference

Which Instrument Is the Best to Trade?

Chapter 7: Price Patterns

Common Price Patterns

Head and Shoulders

Rising Wedge

Falling Wedge

Double and Triple Bottoms

Candlestick Price Patterns

Pin Bars

Inside Bars

Two-Bar Reversals

Chapter 8: Trading Strategies

Indicator-Based Strategies


Bollinger Bands


Price-Action-Based Strategies

Bias Shifts

S/R Entries

Building a Strategy: A Concise Checklist

Chapter 9: Options and Risk Profiles


Risk Profiles

Covered Calls

Chapter 10: Risk Management


Hit Rates and Payouts


Amount vs. Percent

Quantitative Risk

Average Risk Percentage


Risk Limits

Recovery Period

Qualitative Risk





Mental Prep

Chapter 11: Mindset

The Physical Brain

The Reptilian Brain

The Pre-Frontal Cortex



Stress Responses

Changing Responses




Repetition and Emotion

Approach to Trading

Chapter 12: Your Trading Success Plan

Trading Plans

Instruments to Trade

Markets and Timing

Capital and Risk per Trade

Risk Limits

Technical System


Review System







Did you hear the story about that one stay-at-home mom who began day trading and is now earning over a million dollars per year? It’s true! As is the story about the homeless person who is now living in a Bel-Air McMansion!

Stories such as these abound when it comes to the financial markets. Everybody has a natural inclination to make more money and achieve financial freedom. More importantly, it’s the freedom of time that money brings that is far more valuable to most people. It’s perfectly normal to see people of all ages look for side gigs or second hustles to earn some extra income and boost their standard of living.

Trading provides an ideal avenue to those searching for such opportunities. The barriers of entry are low. After all, all you need is a laptop and an internet connection. For as little as $500, you can open a brokerage account and start trading immediately.

There are a number of success stories for you to draw inspiration from—stories of millions and advertisements promising you the missing link in your financial freedom plan: Buy this course and see your profits double! Buy that book and learn insider secrets that only the pros know! Read this random forum post and learn how you can manipulate the market order flow and profit from the algos’ mistakes!

I might as well mention this now: this is not going to be that sort of book.


Iwas once one of those people with dollar signs in my eyes and dreams of retiring within two years sitting on a beach somewhere, trading off my laptop. It’s a fair assumption that the large majority of prospective traders have similar visions. If you don’t, then congratulations, you’re far ahead of the curve even if you don’t realize it yet.

The thing that escapes most people is that while the barriers of entry to trade are low, the learning curve is extraordinarily steep. Make no mistake—the things you have to learn and master to trade successfully cannot be summarized in a few bullet points. I mean, sure you could say that you need to have a good strategy and a good mindset. However, these two points are such broad-based categories that it is virtually useless for a beginner to learn. Trading, like a sport or any activity, is a skill. It takes time to master this skill. How long does it take? Well, this is the tricky bit. The best answer is that it will take as long as it needs to take. The market will not give you any money unless you’ve mastered the various things that go into becoming a successful trader.

The most important thing you’ll have to master is yourself. If you’re not a self-reflective type, don’t worry, the market is going to hold a mirror to your face repeatedly, and you’re not going to like what you see at the start. Everything that you fear and that you’ve squirreled away under the carpet is going to be exposed.

The worst part is that you’ll have no one to rely on. After all, how could you? You can’t expect someone else to trade for you, can you? All the above is not meant to dissuade you from trading or discourage you. It’s just that there are some harsh realities you will need to take on board and consider before taking the plunge.

By doing this early in the process, you’ll save yourself a lot of pain and wasted time in case you find that trading just isn’t for you.


Here are some realities about trading as a profession. It is boring. Those movie scenes you’ve watched where traders are constantly screaming and throwing paper and hurling abuses at one another? Yeah, that’s not real. It might have been at some point in the ’80s on Wall Street, but for you, this is not going to happen.

Those of you who know a bit more about trading as a profession might be aware of the existence of proprietary trading firms, or prop shops. Well, I encourage you to go visit a prop shop sometime. You’ll find the silence deafening. Another thing that will strike you is how inactive everything seems.

The large majority of a trader’s day (a good trader) is spent in simply staring at the screen, waiting and watching. That’s it. You could go an entire session or day without lifting a finger. You could alternatively spend an entire day juggling positions and turn over your book twice during market hours. It all depends.

Before you proceed, I strongly advise you to open a demo account with any broker. It doesn’t matter what instruments they provide you to trade with. Most forex (FX) brokers will provide a demo account in exchange for an email address. Pick any instrument you see. It doesn’t matter if you don’t know what it is. Pick anything, and simply sit in front of it, staring at your screen for four hours.

Don’t do anything. Don’t answer your phone. Don’t check your email. Don’t surf the web. Nothing. Read a book if you want and visit the toilet. However, nothing more than this. If you fall asleep, congratulations, you’ve discovered that trading isn’t for you. You might be bummed out by this, but trust me, you’ve just saved yourself a world of pain.

You might argue that once you understand the markets better, you’ll be more interested in what’s going on. Well, it doesn’t work that way. There will come a day when you’ll understand fully what’s going on, and there won’t be much mystery to you anymore. So will you get bored at that point as well?

If you want to trade successfully, you need to learn to watch the market for hours on end. Much like anything else, if it isn’t a burning passion, you won’t succeed. I mean, can’t you simply force yourself to become a doctor if you’re squeamish at the sight of blood. So how can you trade if you find watching the market boring? It doesn’t make sense.

A New Approach

It seems odd that a book that is going to teach you to day trade for a living is discouraging you from trading right at the start. This is not the point being made. What I’m saying is that people tend to underestimate trading, and they only look at the potential riches without looking at the work it takes to make said riches.

This doesn’t happen in any other activity. If you decided to join a martial arts class, would you expect to fight at Bruce Lee levels within a month or a year? It’s laughable, yet you see people expecting to make millions within six months. You might say, Well, I expect to make millions in five years. Again, if you took a martial arts class, would you ever walk up to your teacher and say, "I expect to fight like Bruce

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  • (4/5)
    Very much a beginner book. Enjoyed it! I love day trading!