It is time to learn about the different Futures trading sessions and specific market opening hours. In general, the Futures market is open almost 24 hours a day, but that does not mean it is always active the entire day.
In this lesson will break a 24 hours Futures market into manageable trading sessions. We will take an in-depth look at each of the sessions, as well as those periods when the sessions overlap. You will be able to determine whether high or low volatility will work best with your trading style and in which of the sessions we find the most significant Supply and Demand imbalances for a low risk, high reward, and high probability trading opportunity.
Lesson 2: Strategy Add On: Opening Hours Trader
During which time of the day are bank and institutions most active? This is an essential question for daily income traders who prefer to trade Equity Indexes.
Based on a case study we will show you during which period Equity Indexes trade in price regions where supply and demand tend to be in the greatest imbalance. During that specific time frame, we will guide you how to find low risk, high reward and very high probability trade setups for daily income.
Lesson 3: Strategy Add On: "Globex Breakout Bait"
As the title of this lesson reveals we will show you how novice traders are trapped by banks and institutions. You will learn how you can use participate in the bait using our Supply and Demand strategy following the footprints of big institutions. Based on an S&P 500 case study and live market applications we will showcase this important strategy add on for daily income traders.
You will understand the meaning of "bull traps" and "bear traps" and benefit from it by generating low risk, high reward, and high probability trading opportunities.
This lesson will complement the first lesson in this module. Since Futures markets have specific opening hours, it is essential to know about the different periods that have only little volume.
We will go through each market a show you how you can display only the time of the day where banks and institutions are most active. Hence during that time, we will find low risk, high reward, and high probability trading opportunities.