This is not for absolute beginners. Sorry but if you are a new trader, the material in this course will be too advanced at this stage…. The good news is that for any other trader, we have something rather special for you! Charlie has put together ALL of his swing trading ideas into a brand new swing trading course (on CD-ROM).
This is perfect for:
- Day traders wanting swing trades to compliment their intra-day trading.
- Swing traders wanting a specific, simple to follow strategy for trading currencies.
But probably more important, this takes 2 minutes a day to do – no intensive screen time!
This is a huge amount of material for all types of traders to enjoy. They will go into the finer detail of each section to ensure you know exactly what they are looking for and how to apply it yourself. Having the strategies is absolutely necessary but it's the smallest detail in the application of them that makes the difference. Here, they will demonstrate over and over exactly how to use not only the strategies, but the correct trade management in order to achieve these goals. Kym & Charlie will pick apart the setups from the strategies listed above. They will go into the intricate details of how to trade each setup including how to correctly trade manage each variance of the setups.
This is a not very challenging, but thoroughly charming, summit meeting between a blues guitar master and a jazz guitar legend. Taking four classic swing tunes ("Just Squeeze Me," "Avalon," "Stuffy," and, inevitably, "Flyin' Home"), two Robillard originals, and a jointly composed slow blues, and helped out by bassist Marty Ballou and drummer Marty Richards, Duke Robillard and Herb Ellis deliver a 48-minute swing guitar master class, Conversations in Swing Guitar. Ellis comes from jazz and Robillard from the blues, so their approaches are just distinct enough to keep things interesting; although both play with a clean, fat jazz tone and no one ever really hauls off and shreds, Robillard tends towards bent notes and funky chordal things while Ellis thinks a bit more in terms of long lines and florid ornamentation. Every so often you might find yourself wishing that the edges were just a bit rougher, but both of these guys are clearly having a great old time, and you will too.