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The First Trading Manual is an e-book I wrote for both beginners and people with some trading experience.

I wrote it after a student of mine showed me the notes he had received at a weekend course on trading. It had cost him £3,000. I decided to create an e-book with superior content to the course, and give it away for free. The 180-page manual will take you through a host of topics. After reading this manual you will be in a better position than my friend, who took the £3,000 course.


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Day Trading Stock Indices – Free Seminar London 1st June 2019



For your peace of mind, before you read on, this is not a sales pitch for anything. I give you my word.

In this 3-hour talk, I will discuss advanced topics on day trading stock indices, based on my research and extensive trading experience:

  1. Statistics for the high and the low of the day
  2. How to use this data
  3. Trend days and their characteristics
  4. The psychology of trading trend days
  5. Trading Ranges and Ranges within an overall trend
  6. Price Action patterns
  7. Patterns during sell-offs and rallies
  8. What is your philosophy to trading?

With this talk I am providing you with an insight into the world of “highly informed” day-trading of stock indices. As a professional trader it is my job to “know” what will happen next.

This in itself is entirely impossible. I am not a fortune teller, nor do I have a crystal ball. The best I can do is control my risk and rely on my research to guide me. The trading landscape is forever changing.

By being highly informed of past behaviour I significantly increase the odds of success. However, it would be ludicrous to suggest that “one strategy” fits all. I don’t expect to trade the FTSE index as I would trade the Dow index. In this 3-4 hour talk I will freely discuss how I trade and lay out the research I use in my day-to-day trading.

I am not charging for the course, but I will make a small booking charge. It is a way to ensure that if you sign up, you will show up. The charge is a mere £5. This in no way reflect the philosophy that “you get what you pay for”. You will be given value, which you can use to make as much as your account constraints will allow you to. By charging £5 I am merely ensuring that you don’t make a booking that you have no intention of showing up to.

Booking information here:

See you on the day.

Tom Hougaard