Are you a new trader with more losses than wins, and more questions than answers? Or are you an experienced trader looking for an edge or a way to be competitive and profitable in any market environment? We can help and give you an edge regardless of your experience level.
The majority of new traders jump around from method to method, losing money without gaining experience or learning from their mistakes. Others have a single strategy that works in a bullish market, then the market turns and they suddenly find their gains shrinking and losses growing. I’ve been there and done that, so you don’t have to. With a 71% win rate last year and nearly 100,000 trades in my career, I know what works and what doesn’t. I’ve developed a method of trading that if learned correctly and used consistently will give you the tools you need to be successful trader.
The Bulls 60 Day Bootcamp encompasses everything I know about trading. Covering a total of 20 subjects, this course will take you from A through Z; reading indices, setting up charts, setting stops and scaling out, scanning for potential home run trades, recognizing profitable day and swing trade setups, and much, much more. You’ll learn how to look at a stock and build a case for why it could be a profitable trade – or not – using the same criteria I use every day.
Class starts Sunday September 28th at 8pm. There are 60 days involved in this Bootcamp. Here it is broken down for you:
The first 4 weeks we meet four nights a week (1.5 hour classes) for four weeks, going through the 190 page coursebook and all of the material in detail, including the Bulls Setups that I have developed in my ten years of trading. Classes go Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday each week 8pm. We will work around the holidays. I always plan 3-4 surprise classes after the main classes are done. It could be a guest speaker or a class on 401k investing. Its always something good! This year we plan on having Haim Bodek and my own mentor Paul Singh; The Market Speculator who does our Swing Trade service
The next 8 weeks we meet at the market close and review all of the trades that I took that day and start learning how to apply the knowledge you learned in the first month of the course. These classes usually last about 45 minutes. Also during this 8 weeks, you are provided a live simulator to start practicing on. The simulator attaches to trade reporting where I will be able to dig into each and every one of your trades and all the details associated with it. I am able to see exactly what you are doing and help correct and implement the strategies that we have learned.
P.S. All classes are recorded and archived for you!
This is what You’ll learn:
- How to setup your charts
- Which indicators and tools can give you an edge
- How to read indexes
- How to interpret price action in the market
- How to read the tape in stocks for hidden clues on when the big moves are coming
- Where to scale out of profitable positions
- My personal Bulls Proprietary Scans so that you can scan/find earnings breakouts, red to green moves, flat top breakouts etc
- How to scan for pr releases/news releases and then interpret if it is actionable news
- Details of @szaman’s special intraday setups (opening range breakouts, 1-2-3 reversals, and MORE)
- How to identify and trade several different types of highly profitable setups
- My personal goto setups: Bottom bounces, r/g moves, rubber band plays etc. I will give you step by step how to find these and then play them.
- I’m going to personally show you how to setup your daily & weekly routine along with your computer so that everything you do is mechanical
- And most importantly I’m going to show you the GOTO BULLS setups that I use every single day for the last 10 years that you can rely on to take in consistent income!
Your getting 2 months of coaching, a 190 page coursebook, a special site where all these classes are archived, and the ability to retake the classes again.
It isn’t just the classes that really help the students. We make sure that all the Bootcamp members are introduced to each other with not just their life stories but where they are at in their trading lives. We have a discussion forum for them where they can interact, not just with the coach but also each other. So many amazing ideas are shared and some lifelong partnerships and friendships are formed
We also have a new addition to this Bootcamp!
Anyone who has been trading long enough knows trading psychology is a critical component to success. This is why BOWS provides you with an added edge, something other trading educators don’t. To accomplish this BOWs has partnered with Dr. Andrew Menaker, a leading trading psychologist who works with some of the top traders in the world. BOWs has arranged for each Bootcamp participant to have access and attend lectures by the Dr himself!. This is one of the many reasons that makes BOWs unique and sets it a part from other trading educators. BOWS goes the extra distance to help you succeed. Trading is 90% psychology and 10% strategy. Once you get your education there is a huge disconnect from doing what you know is right and actually acting on it real time! All your demons tend to come out when money is on the line so its very important to get your inner game going before you trade live.
If your interested in this, email firstname.lastname@example.org she will walk you through anything you need.
Or you can call 601-260-8576
We have flexible payment plans available too, let us know if you need to do installments.
BULLS ON WALL STREET
60 DAY TRADING BOOTCAMP
● Kunal Desai
● Maribeth Willoughby
This 60 day course teaches a setup-based system to identify and execute profitable day or swing stock trades. Emphasis on risk management and identification of high probability technical setups. Students receive an in-depth review of the fundamentals necessary to navigate the key aspects of trading equities. Key components of the
course include a general trading/market overview, introduction to technical analysis, charting techniques, market cycles, trading styles, identification of patterns/trends,
trade timing, market indices, market breadth, sector analysis, trading psychology, risk management, breakouts/pullbacks, setups, headline and gap trades, trading tools, and additional topical coverage throughout the lectures. The course covers topics that are vital to decision-making, style, and your general approach to managing emotions while trading.
1. Class sessions: Class is held via webinar four nights a week for four weeks to cover
the course material. Class begins at 8 PM, EST each night, on Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday, and Sunday.
2.The following month students and the instructor meet three afternoons a week, Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday immediately following the market close at 4:05 PM EST. These sessions are an opportunity to go over what’s happening in the market and how to it relates to the material covered in class.
3. After month two, those who have completed the homework requirements will move onto the simulator for a month of paper trading, allowing them to apply what they have learned without risking real money.
>> Technical analysis catalogs market data and establishes a system for finding trade ideas, picking entries & exits, and managing risk. It encompasses nearly all your trading decisions from steps a to z.
a. Value of Technical Analysis
b. Understanding the Dynamics of an Auction Market
c. How to Follow the Flow of Money
>> Charting allows us to see the actions of all traders in graphical format. Charting is the tool that takes what looks like random, chaotic data and forms it into a concise picture. We use charts to determine not only where a stock has been but also where it is going. In this chapter we learn what indicators can be used to confirm positive price action and exactly how we use them. We also learn how to read volume and how it relates to price on a chart. In the end, we will show you how to take these pieces of the chart and tie them together using multiple time frames to build a high probability, low-risk trade.
a. Chart Setup
b. Price/Volume Relationship
c. Intraday vs. Daily Charts
Understanding Market Cycles
>> Stocks are either in a period of consolidation or a trending period. As traders, we want to focus on the periods where stocks are moving in a recognizable way. We enter momentum stocks in trends and stay in them as long as they are moving in the direction of the trend. In this section, we will be learning the four stages and cycles that stocks enter. By learning how to recognize these different stages, we become more
profitable traders because we know which style of trading to apply at various times.
Define Your Trading Style
>> There are three styles of short-term trading: day-trading, swing-trading, and position trading. Do you have a full-time job? What type of personality do you have? What kind of risk are you able to take at this point in your life? These are the types of questions that we will address in this chapter and help you determine which type of trading suites your personality and lifestyle as well as your risk profile.
a. Day trading
b. Swing trading
c. Position Trading
d. Which type of trader are you?
Support and Resistance Trading
>> There are multiple types of support and resistance on a chart. Prices move in an auction market from high to low levels because the price is constantly look for its fair value. There is constantly changing supply and demand in a stock due to the many variables and emotions involved in the market. Support and resistance areas are established as buyers and sellers fight for control of the stock. Understanding
the dynamics and reasons why support and resistance levels are established will help you see how to position trades around these levels. In this chapter you will learn the types of support and resistance levels and exactly how to use these areas on charts to make actionable and profitable trades. We will also learn which support and resistance setups have the highest probabilities for the biggest gains.
a. The dynamics of support and resistance
b. Types of support/resistance
c. Daily support/resistance trading for both day traders and swing traders
d. Intraday support/resistance trading for day traders
e. Highest probability support and resistance trades
f. Box Trading
>> A trend can be thought of as the path of least resistance in a stock. There are both uptrends and downtrends in stocks. An uptrend occurs when a stock is making higher highs and lower lows while a downtrend is when a stock makes lower highs and lower lows within a specific time frame. The reason that trends are important is because a stock will lay in its primary trend till a force greater than or equal to it is thrust upon it. As traders the lowest risk and highest reward trades come when you trade in the direction
of the primary trend. Investors, swing-traders, and day-traders all use different time frames to monitor trends. In this chapter we will learn how to identify forming trends, how to identify the strength of a trend, and how to identify when trends are breaking using volume, price action, and indicators.
a. Different types of trends
b. How to identify trends
c. Monitoring trends on different time frames
Timing the Trade
>> Knowing how to align charts on multiple time frames is one of the biggest things that separates successful traders from unsuccessful traders. It allows us to look at trades and setups without distortion. Traders must know how to overlay multiple time frames to find precise entries in a stocks trend to ensure high probabilities of success. The highest probability trades come during the alignment of the trend in multiple time frames. In this chapter we will explore how to align multiple time frames, how to determine which time frames are most important for investors, swing-traders, and day-traders, and how to determine exact buy points for a stock using the different time frames.
a. How to read and align multiple time frames
b. Overlaying charts to create precise entries
Analyzing Stock Market Indices
>> The first step in our stock scanning routine is always a general market analysis. Three of out of four stocks will follow the general market trend. Thus if you can go long stocks during market upswings and be in cash or short stocks during market downswings, you have won 75% of the battle. Being a great trader involves timing exact entries for stocks that are at key inflection points. Coupling this with market
timing techniques will add exponential returns to your trades. In this chapter we will discuss the major market indices and their major components, along with how to analyze and trade the market as a whole.
a. Analyzing the general market
b. S&P- our main market indicator
c. Dow Jones Industrial
d. NASDAQ – tech stocks
e. Russell – small caps stocks
f. Analyzing markets to see the current trend
g. Support and Resistance Zones in the Market
h. Recognizing Overbought/Oversold Areas in the Market
I. The Causes of Market Gaps and How to Trade Them
>> Gauging the breadth of the market is how you determine the overall strength and direction of the market. Breadth measures the broad market participation by all stocks and helps you determine if market moves are significant. Traders can deduct the market breadth by reading and understanding the internals of the market, basically what is going on behind the scenes. This is an important skill, as it helps you navigate around your
trades with precise timing. There are five main indicators that you can look at to help you determine the breadth. These are taught and discussed extensively in this chapter.
a. Advances vs. declines
b. Reading Indices
c. 4% breakouts vs. 4% breakdowns
d. New highs vs. New lows
e. Breadth Thrust
ETF Trading and Sector Analysis
>> A main part of our trading method is trend trading. If a sector is hot we will ride it. Traders are different than investors in that diversification for traders is bad. We want to be heavily concentrated in the parts of the market where the money is flowing. We can use ETFs to track sectors easily. An ETF is a security that tracks an index, a commodity, or a basket of assets, but trades like a stock on an exchange. ETFs trade just like stocks and can be watched to see which sectors are moving. In this chapter, you will learn the most popular traded ETFs that represent each major index and how to use ETFs to place trades based on market sentiment and movement.
a. Advantages of Trading ETFs
b. Our Favorite ETFs to trade
c. Analyzing Sector Strength Using ETFs
>> Risk management is a big part of being a successful trader. Great risk managers understand the importance of only taking trades that have great risk to reward ratios. Great risk managers also understand the importance of sizing their positions correctly according to the type of trade they are taking and what is going on in their surroundings. In order to maximize your profits and manage your downside risk you must fully understand numerous factors about the market. You must be able to analyze the market
in such a way that you can determine when it is in your best interest to hold overnight, or to go home all cash. When it is in your best interest to take large positions or to scale back and only take partial positions. When it is in your best interest to swing-trade or just day-trade. All these factors are what separate good traders from great traders. This chapter will teach you how to determine when you should exercise these
a. Determining Risk to Reward Ratios and Position Sizes
b. Tips on Managing Winning Positions to Maximize Profits
c. Types of Stop Losses and Exit Strategies
d. Managing Your Portfolio Risk in Conjunction with Market Cycles
e. Handling gaps with Proper Risk Management
>> A breakout is when price moves outside an area of resistance. Whether you trade on a weekly, daily, or intraday time frame, the concepts and strategies are the exact same. There are many traits that must accompany a breakout for it to be a true breakout. In this chapter you will learn what types of breakouts to look for as well as how to know if a breakout is working or if it is a failed breakout.
a. Traits of a Breakout
b. Flat Top Breakouts
c. Base Breakouts
d. Flag Breakouts
e. Intraday Breakouts
>> Pullbacks are the result of a stock falling back after it has reached a high. Often times pullbacks are buying opportunities if the stock is in a strong uptrend. It is important to analyze the traits of the pullback to see if it is just a pause in the up-trend or an actual reversal in the stock. The ideal time to buy these dips is when the stock pulls back to areas of support. These areas of support include moving average support and price support. In this chapter, we will teach you how to spot and play our five go to pullback plays.
a. PB to moving averages
b. PB to price support
c. Breakout/Pullback play
d. 20dma bounce
e. Oversold PB
>> In this chapter we will discuss the classic chart patterns that every trader should know. These patterns are heavily traded because they are easy to spot and are high probability setups. These patterns are universal and show up on all time frames on charts. This chapter provides in detail descriptions of the key components of these setups and tons of examples for you to review.
a. Double Bottoms
b. Symmetrical Triangles
c. Head and Shoulders
Our Go to Setups
>> This chapter is our secret sauce. These are the plays that we have personally named and mastered. We trade these setups over and over again because we have found they have the highest probability of success. If you master the breakout/ pullback plays and these eight go to setups, you can make a living trading stocks for the rest of your life. This chapter provides in detail descriptions of the key components of these setups and tons of examples for you to review.
a. PR Breakouts
b. Earnings Breakouts
c. Earnings Breakdowns
d. Red to Green Moves
e. Rubber-band Snap-back Plays
f. Bottom Bounces
g. Squeeze Zone Plays
h. One Dollar Roll
I. Bear Flags
>>The setups we’ve talked about so far are found by scanning daily charts and then drilling down to identify key levels of support and resistance on shorter time frames. Doing your homework before the market opens is essential to trading those setups profitably. But, every day there are some stocks that explode out of nowhere, setting up powerful moves that you can trade intraday.
a. Opening Range Breakout
b. Intraday Base Breakout
c. First Pullback Buy
d. Day-long Consolidation
e. 1-2-3 Reversals
>> Some of the most powerful moves in individual stocks come after the release of news, such as earnings reports or PR’s. There are fundamental trades and there are technical trades, but news trades trump both of these. In order to get a 40 or 50% move in a stock, you need a game changer or catalyst to cause the run-up. Some of the most profitable traders are great news traders. The faster you can receive, read, and interpret the news, the better off you will be. This chapter will review our favorite news sources and how you should trade news events.
a. Our Favorite News Sources
b. How to Read and Interpret PR’s
c. PR Breakout Setup
d. How to Read Earnings Reports
e. Earnings Breakouts Setup
Trading and Handling Stock Gaps
>>The closing price of a stock is not always the same as the opening price of the stock from one day to the next. Oftentimes a stock’s price will be much higher or lower the next day due to an imbalance to the buy or sell side. The stock gaps in price and leaves a blank spot on the chart where no trading occurred. In this chapter we will help you determine what type of gap has occurred and how you should trade the particular gap. Many times you will be in a stock that gaps up or down when the market first opens. Perhaps the stock gapped below your stop price, what should you do? What if your stock gaps up at the open, should you sell immediately or will the stock run more? These are the types of questions that will be addressed in this chapter. Knowing how to handle gaps can help make you a more profitable and successful trader.
a. What is a Gap?
b. Handling Gaps in Current Positions
c. Trading Gaps
d. Trading Gap Fills in Stocks
>> The level of psychological capital you posses will be become a major factor in your success as a trader. This trading psychology material for BOWS students is designed to help you maximize your psychological capital. Learning the set-ups, position sizing and other important facets of trading is obviously critical for success. But what will separate the better performing traders from the rest is the management of psychological capital.
a. Psychological Capital & Risk Management
b. Do You Trade to Avoid Discomfort?
c. Bridging the Gap From Sim to Live Trading
d. A Different View of Discipline
e. Brain as Pattern Seeker
f. The Inner Market
g. Emotional Intelligence for Traders
h. Action Steps & Process Goals
i. Bonus Tips
>> In this chapter, we will go over the different trading tools that we specifically use from day to day in our trading. This includes how we setup our trading desk, brokers we recommend, the sources that we use to find information, and the screeners we use to make our watch-lists. We will show you what we do on Sundays and in the mornings to get prepared for the week. Also, any tips that we have from our experiences will be included in this chapter. This will tie everything together that you have learned in this
course and will help you begin the process of learning to trade.
a. Scanning 101
d. News Sources/ Blogs
e. Using Our Platforms
…and much more!
Text and Required Reading
Bulls on Wall St. Course Book, 3rd Ed.
Additional Materials and Resources Included
Weekly Homework Assignments
Bulls Community Access
Lifetime Access to Recorded Sessions
Trade Reviews and Guidance