In this edition of Dave’s Market Insight, Dave shares his thoughts on an upcoming opportunity happening in January… [pb_vidembed autoplay=”true” title=”” caption=”” url=”http://davelukasvideos.s3.amazonaws.com/Dave Market Insight 1-7-14.mp4″ type=”op” w=”720″ h=”440″]Continue reading
Good Morning, Friends. What in the world is going on with this stock market (and, by extension, with our favorite contract, the E-mini)? Do you know anyone who, at the beginning of the year, was calling for a rise of 28.5%? Me, neither. Nor do I know anyone who invested as if they were looking […]Continue reading
Good Evening, Friends; here’s hoping that everyone is thriving. Like many people here, I spend the bulk of my day trading the E-mini futures utilizing the training that I received some years ago from Todd. In addition, I typically have some positions in stocks, and I trade options. Recently, again like a fair number of […]Continue reading
Older workers facing new threats have an alternative to the daily grind. Trading Conceptsâ€™ Todd Mitchell and Doc Severson reveal their approach. Most people have heard of the term catch-22. According to Financial Times, there is a new term in the workplace, â€œCatch-55.â€ This describes older workers who face having to work past a typical […]Continue reading
Todd Mitchell and Henry Ford have many things in common; the greatest of these is providing something to the common person that they may not otherwise have had access to.
This is a story about two men, living a century apart, who share a common goal: opportunity for the average person. Both Henry Ford and Todd Mitchell succeeded in this endeavor. â€œSuccess in business starts with a passion for something, continues with the motivation to improve and really materializes when shared with others,â€ says Todd Mitchell, CEO of Trading Concepts Inc.
Mitchell founded Trading Concepts in 1994 with the desire to share his trading strategies and techniques with the everyday person. Henry Ford also made something available to the â€˜common manâ€™â€”carsâ€”by perfecting the assembly line process. This led to a lower cost for automobiles. Before Fordâ€™s production innovation, cars were only available for the wealthy. Before Trading Concepts, expert techniques and strategies for trading the markets were only available to trading professionals.
Another commonality between Mitchell and Ford is a motto. Henry Fordâ€™s was â€œHelp the Other Fellowâ€. He believed in providing opportunities for people to help themselves. Trading Conceptsâ€™ motto is â€œBuilding Better Traders Through Mentoring,â€ which expresses Mitchellâ€™s desire to help others develop their strategies and techniques for trading the markets. Henry Ford offered education in the workplace; Todd Mitchellâ€™s work place is centered on education. â€œTeaching someone to do something for themselves serves them well. Just doing it for them will not sustain them in the long run,â€ Mitchell said.
Both Henry Ford and Todd Mitchell began their business in Michigan and expanded throughout the globe. Both men had an opportunity to provide accessibility and seized the opportunity, resulting in a better society. â€œIn the early 1900â€™s many many more people were suddenly able to afford a car. Similarly today, almost anyone in the world with a computer and a desire can learn to trade the markets on their own,â€ Mitchell said.
One could say Henry Ford revolutionized transportation. In todayâ€™s entitlement riddled America; those who learn to do for themselves and show others the same will revolutionize society. Trading Concepts is a business that does exactly that.Continue reading
Todd Mitchell presents a concise educational trading video on the 5 steps to consistent market profits.Continue reading
(1) Â Learn From Role Models (Mentors).Â This is probably the most important step in becoming a successful trader, although very difficult to find.Â Why reinvent the wheel when you can learn from a successful trader(s) who haves been consistently successful for a long time.Â Theyâ€™ve already paved the way by studying, experimenting and by trading […]Continue reading
Good Morning, Friends; here’s hoping that everyone had a good, relaxing weekend. This could be an interesting week. Japan was closed for Marine Day, but China reported Q2 GDP numbers that were in line with consensus at +7.5% year on year, and better than feared. In addition to options expiry, we have Dr. Bernanke’s Humphrey […]Continue reading
In today’s video, Dave shows you the first trades he is scouting on the movement lower… [pb_vidembed autoplay=”true” title=”” caption=”” url=”http://davelukasvideos.s3.amazonaws.com/Dave Market Insight 6-20-13.mp4″ type=”op” w=”720″ h=”440″]Continue reading
Preparation is half the battle. If youâ€™re not prepared to execute a trade, the odds of your success will probably be elusive. The following are some practical guidelines and tips that will help you prepare. While these guidelines and procedures may look simple, often looks can be deceiving. â— Discipline is an essential part.Â Without […]Continue reading