A Path To Trading

There comes a moment when a trader realizes they most likely will have to invest in their education in order to find a strategy, method or system that offers higher probability trades while minimizing risk.  Whether that education comes from learning the hard way while risking capital, finding a mentor that’s conducive to an ideal way of trading or an educational series that makes sense.

Structural trading is the outcome of learning from mistakes, risking capital, finding a  mentor/s and finding methods through due diligence … yes all of that.  And looking back, the investment would’ve been a lot less if the valuable lesson of trading live was after finding a mentor, strategy, trading plan then practice practice practice.  Most traders can’t wait to trade because it seems so easy, such a great way to make a living … but until there’s a management on all levels, it’s like entering the college of trading with an elementary school degree … it can be draining emotionally, physically and financially, extremely painful … and humbling.

There’s gratification when dedication and commitment unfold a confidence in strategy, setups and risk management.  This confidence helps diminish fear of losing and fear of failure, after all losing is a part of trading, the key is to manage losses as well as winners.

There are countless avenues to obtain education in trading, it is key you find a mentor or program that you respect, can relate to and understand. The intention of Structural Trading is to take the disorganized steps taken in learning technical analysis, harmonics and volume profile and present them to you in an organized manner, to share all aspects in one place, hopefully preventing you from paying the equivalent of your account (or more) to learn.  Structural Trading will not be for every one.

Risk Disclosure:  Futures and forex trading contains substantial risk and is not for every investor. An investor could potentially lose all or more than the initial investment. Risk capital is money that can be lost without jeopardizing ones’ financial security or life style. Only risk capital should be used for trading and only those with sufficient risk capital should consider trading. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.