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** Registration is now CLOSED for this Special 3-Webinar Premium Series for Active Traders **

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE SMART TRADERS WHO ENROLLED!
You'll be getting your webinar access pass via email before the event starts.
If it's 3pm EST Sept 20th and you still haven't gotten it, then a) check your spam/trash email folders, and if you've
registered and still not gotten your access pass, contact me asap using the "support" tab at top left - thanks!

I look forward to revealing my best "keeping small stops while not getting shaken out" trading
tactics to you during these upcoming 3 very special events. This one's very popular.

 

 

 
 
 

 


As always, per regulatory compliance requirements, no profitability claims or promises are being made.
All information is for educational/informational use only - trading is a high-risk, speculative activity and
generally-expected customer/trader results are that most traders lose money and are not profitable. Trade smart!



   
 

Discover how to harness the power of using "Micro Stops" in your own trades during this powerful, practical active traders' session. In this hour-long session, you'll learn:

  • Step-by-step Micro-Stop tactics, such as "Rotational Stops", how to use dual stops with current-market charts, and how to set hard vs trailing "micro-stops"
  • Day trading and swing trading stops, using 2-day high low micro-stops, "Panic Button" stops (new strategy), and bracketed micro-stops using tight inside ranges
  • How to set stops following gaps against you, for overnight hold trades (being able to know exactly how to trade following a negative gap can make a difference in exiting quickly)
  • How to Set up a "Micro Stop Trading Plan", explained step by step for your trades (in this section you'll see what exactly to do in order to make "Micro Stops" an integral part of your own personal trading plan — plus we'll have Q&A time to make sure you get answers).
   
 

Experienced traders know that keeping stops as tight as possible is one key to avoiding large losses, which is one key to potentially trading more successfully. In this special one-hour training event, you'll be unlocking all-new strategies you can start using immediately, including:

  • New "Profit-Lock" stops, Part I (setting exits for when trades work out, explained carefully with both P&L and technical based Micro-Stop examples for active traders)
  • Entries and exits, and how to combine them with specific "Micro-Stop" Patterns when decising when and how to enter and exit your trades
  • "Fast and Furious" exits with Micro-Stops for trading during high-volatility markets (this is critical for active traders who are taking stops during times when markets move fast)
  • Candlestick-based Micro-Stops: combining precision western technicals with candles, using new tighter criteria for how to trade multiple market conditions
  • How to use "Rapid-Fire" Micro-Stops to exit trades that are starting to go against you
  • Interactive "How To Set Micro-stops" trading activities and Q&A session
   
 

Oftentimes in volatile markets, using chart-pattern based stops can cost far too much money when trades don't work out. Instead, learn how to trade using money-based P&L "Micro Stops", where you set stops based on the amount of money the trade goes against you. In this valuable session, you'll be shown:

  • How to use money-based "Micro-Stops" to define the maximum dollar cost for your stops, and how to exit trades once they start to approach that P&L/"red dollar figure"
  • "Jailbreaker" stops: How to help your trading capital exit trades as soon as it's in trouble, using this innovative new Micro-Stop strategy for day and swing trading entries & exits
  • Profit-Lock stops, Part II (how to potentially trade to extract maximum wins from your trades, using careful precision micro-stops every time you exit a position)
  • Trading scared vs trading Smart: how Micro-Stops can make a difference in how to trade
  • "Oops I Did It One More Time" multiple-micro stop exit tactics to avoid repeating mistakes
  • Micro-Cup based stops and double-candle micro-stops (advanced tactics)
  • Interactive "Step adjuster" trading Q&A activities for chart quizzes & how to set micro-stops
   




September 14th, 2011
Colorado Springs, Colorado
United States of America
10:47am EST
    

Dear Trader,

One of the most important things to "get right" as a trader is keeping your stop losses as small as possible. The simple sad fact is, most traders are absolutely clueless when it comes to getting out small, fast and inexpensively with small stops when they're wrong about a trade entry. I know this, because over the last 11 years I routinely ask traders during my webinars, "where would you set the stop on this trade?", and the answers are invariably far too loose, and would cost too much, for their stop losses. You need to trade tighter, like a pro.

Instead, I want to teach you how, based on thousands of actual trades I've done over the years, I manage to keep my trading costs as low as possible, by using tight stop-losses, what I've called "Micro-Stops"™. It's a new breakthrough that can help you see how to tighten in "dual stops" for your trades, explained step by step.

What I believe can really help traders like you the most, is gaining a mindset of "when I'm wrong, I need to be wrong as inexpensively as possible", plus the technical chart pattern recognition skills it takes to make it happen.

And that's exactly what Micro Stops is designed to help you achieve for yourself.

Learning from a real trader, how to keep tight stops while not getting "shaken out", is an extremely valuable trading skill. Explained step by step with practical tips for both new and experienced active traders, this is one event you'll want to see for yourself.

Many traders "let it ride" when they're wrong (or even worse, add to losing trades), leading to disastrous, expensive trading mistakes that chew up valuable trading capital. I was like that too, many years ago. Now I work hard to keep my stops as small as possible, while staying "just out of reach" of chop and churn. This is a very useful trading skill, because it keeps you focused on the money, like you should be, while keeping stop-loss costs as potentially low as possible. And that's always a great goal for any active trader.

   

As any successful trader will tell you, being able to keep your stop-loss costs down to a bare minimum, while seeing how to to manage your trade from start to finish, is a key to making becoming a better trader. As a former corporate statistician and quality engineer, using precision trading skills for tight stops is something I have a ton of experience with, so I can teach you some very valuable tactics you can start using in your trades.

And that's what "Micro Stops" is designed to deliver... dozens of thought-provoking, precision trade management tactics that can help you potentially tighten in your stops, fast...

Ready To Learn How a REAL Trader Enters and Exits Trades With "Micro Stops",
Using What He's Learned from Thousands of Actual Trades... PLUS how you can
quickly use these little-known trading strategies in your own trades, too?

 

How Much Better Could Your Trading Be, If You Only Kept Your Stops As Small As Possible, To Minimize The Cost of "Trades Gone Wrong"? (you've got to see this...)
     
  How experienced traders keep their costs to a minimum by stopping out earlier rather than later, at the very first sign of trouble...   and how active traders can use a similar well thought-out approach to figuring out how to be more careful in tightening in their stops (the ability to "be wrong, small" is one of the key differences between successful pro traders and struggling at-home retail traders!)

Quickly being able to know the "price that proved you wrong", using improved precision exit triggers and stop-out levels, can potentially make a big difference in how you approach each week's markets.

     
         Interactive "Micro-Stop" trade management LIVE exercises with current charts.  You'll "look over my shoulder" as we go through dozens of charts together. You'll see not just one, but TWO stop-out levels for each entry setup to learn from.

Even better, you'll be able to see "rookie vs professional" stop outs, and discover for yourself WHY and HOW to set these tight stops in your own trading... this is extremely important for you to discover how to use (it's just that good... and critical to learn, if you're an active day or swing trader).
     
  Most traders use stops that are FAR too wide.... and this can be devastating to your trading account.  If you're taking stop losses of over $20-$50 trade routinely, then you're absolutely paying far too much in how you trade. But the REAL trick is, setting stops that are extremely tight, and therefore minimize your risk, while Avoiding getting stopped out by whipsaw or choppy trade patterns.

You'll see how to set entries that are designed to keep you in on strong breakouts and pivots, while potentially minimizing the percentage of "stop and chops" that having improperly-placed stops can cause (you'll really like this, once you see it in action).
     
  How to confidently set very tight "Micro Stops" on all your day and swing trades in a way that's designed to keep your cost of trading as low as possible.   Ths, you'll be equipped to set your stops and manage your trades more conservatively from start to finish, thanks to my new "Micro Stops" process you'll be learning about.

Whether you're a stock, emini, ETF or forex day or swing trader, these setups and the process you'll be taught for rapidly setting "Micro Stops" to are all vitally important for you to learn. Because half the battle of winning, is avoiding large (over-$100) trading losses. See how it's done.
     
  Live Q&A with Ken Calhoun live online!  Got questions?  Have a chart you'd like me to take a look at?  We'll look at live charts as a team, and you're welcome to get answers to your trading questions FAST, from an actual trader.   This is a "must see" trading webinar if you're an active trader. 

Go ahead and register register your place right now!

 

Who Is This Well-Respected Trader (& Expo Speaker), Anyways?

Ken Calhoun is President of Daytrading University.com, TradeMastery.com and StockTradingSuccess.com (with Steve Nison). Having provided online training to thousands of active traders from over 32 countries since 1999, he is an internationally published trader who's earned industry awards and critical acclaim from traders around the world for his professional trading systems.

Featured in leading trade publications and events including Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities magazine, Active Trader Magazine, Moneyshow's Traders Expos, theStreet.com, and CBS Marketwatch.com, Ken has been a popular figure in the active trading scene for over a decade, and has co-produced two bestselling stock trading DVD systems with Steve Nison.

 

Although He's a UCLA Grad and Former Corporate Quality Engineer, Discovering How To Trade Still Took Him YEARS to "Get It Right"...And Now He Trades Every Single Week
Like Clockwork — He'll Show YOU How To Trade, Step by Step...


Ken will tell you he made every mistake in the book (and then some) on the path to learning how to trade correctly. Now he's able to make thoughtful trade entries, thanks to meticulous testing and experimenting to find out what works best, updated for each week's markets. As a former corporate quality engineer and statistician, dozens of Fortune 500 companies (including Ford, McDonnell Douglas, Sheraton, Chevron and Rockwell International) relied on him to help them improve operations and "the numbers"... he took this experience to help him learn how to trade, and he's thrilled with what he's learned.

Ken reveals new trading tips in this new webinar for active traders, so you can learn everything he's tested out with hundreds of actual trades he's done.

As an internationally published business management consultant, Ken previously trained over 31,000 people in over 147 companies worldwide. He took his profits from his successful consulting career and discovered the world of active stock trading, where he's been working to help other traders use precision, advanced trading strategies in their trades.


Ken's Daytrading University site has been trusted by over 8,100 traders worldwide to learn how to swing and day trade stocks, and is considered a premiere resource for active traders. He has interviewed Brian Tracy, Toni Turner, Dr. Van K. Tharp, Larry Levin, Steve Nison, Kathy Lien, Boris Schlossberg, Dr. Doug Hirschhorn and others and is a popular, sought-after seminar speaker and industry figure with credibility.

Unlike the majority of people in the trading industry, Ken is a genuine trader and has helped thousands of traders since 1999, when he first founded the Daytrading University.




Sidebar: Traders Cheered Out Loud, Had a Great Time When I Was a Featured Speaker
at the Las Vegas Traders' Expo Nov 2010 (thanks, traders for your enthusiasm):

We had a terrific time in Las Vegas at the international Moneyshow.com Traders' Expo 2010... they did a super job of organizing another winning event, with a huge turnout.  I feel privileged to have been invited as a speaker at these traders' expos since 2001 when my colleague Tim Bourquin started them up (they're a great way to learn from many different traders). 

Here's a couple of photos from the November 2010 event (me outside the ballroom at left, and some of the traders cheering at the end of my presentation, at right):




 
Join me by registering your spot in this premium 3-webinar series today. I look forward to seeing you in "Micro-Stops" training for active traders.

Good Trading,


Ken Calhoun, President
DaytradingUniversity.com
Colorado, USA
     
  


 
 
      




Thanks to all for helping make this such a success — it's super to see all the
enthusiasm from active traders worldwide for my "Micro Stops" training.

Note: testimonials may not be representative of the experience of other clients; testimonials are no
guarantee of future performance nor success; no compensation is ever paid for any testimonial.

September 2, 2011 5:21PM

       
"I have always been reluctant to place hard stops fearing that brokers know them" - Gregory M.

September 2, 2011 5:17PM

       
"I have often wondered how to avoid being stopped out by a wide daily range in what is otherwise a normal trend.    Will your webinar be able to help with that problem?" - George M.

September 2, 2011 5:10PM

       
" I need to get more comfortable with entries and stops in the forex market..." - Rod F.

September 2, 2011 4:59PM

       
"a great webinar about wedinars! as a new trader, its a great opening to all of the webinars i will watch in the future (but only 2-3 a week!). still not sure what stops are but i hope to learn tomorrow" - Alison S.

September 2, 2011 4:58PM

       
"Micro Stops will help me to keep more money in my tradeing account. And provide me with more confidence to make better trades." - Earl H.

September 2, 2011 4:19PM

       
"...if one can use small stops and remain psychologically balanced and grounded..then getting stopped out in the context of a complex re-trace is no problem, and one can just re-enter when the complex re-trace ends and the next impulse wave begins to continue in the direction of the trend. We take less "heat" and still participate when the trend continuation occurs.

What actually happens is that traders become discouraged and do not take the end of the complex re-trace, and the move continues without them...system optimization is affected by every parameter in the system, and stop size is definitely one of those parameters...keep your psychological capital management as clearly in mind as your financial capital management to get the advantages of using small stops... Thanks again Ken for the great job you do, your authenticity and your sense of humor!" - Eliot B.

September 2, 2011 4:12PM

       
"be sure to have a platform that provides low fees and with the ability to by "per share"." - Nielo

September 2, 2011 3:27PM

       
" The hardest part about trading is taking a loss.  Thankfully, we have a choice of taking a small loss or a big one!!" - Milford J.

September 2, 2011 2:59PM

       
"Where is the Sweet Spot? Risk management crucial- too tight I get stopped out, too wide I lose money in this volatile market. Looking forward to learning a profitable way of trading with Micro Stops" - A.A.

September 2, 2011 2:28PM

       
"Stops are always an issue for me.  Besides, I try my best to never miss a Ken Calhoun webinar.  Always very valuable and, more importantly, usable information." - Dale H.

September 2, 2011 2:07PM

       
"Looking forward to another of your very educational ind informative webnars.Never heard of term--Micro Stops" - David C.

September 2, 2011 1:47PM

       
"Using very small stops to minimize risk and cut losses short seems like the best approach as long as you don't get stopped out of to many good trades." - Terry O.

September 2, 2011 1:33PM

       
"Sounds good but yet to see it work in every market... Lots to learn here from initial stops to trailing stops on winners and where to place stops in choppy markets. This sounds new." - Teya R.

September 2, 2011 1:33PM

       
" I wait for a double tap of the high or low of the day then based on the next candle I place my stop at the high or low of the next candle." - Gary M.

September 2, 2011 12:48PM

       
" It's all right to use tight stops but what if the avg. daily range of the stock takes you out?   Need to learn more on how this works and can it be applied to options as well?" - John L.

September 2, 2011 12:36PM

       
"This is great- yes I have not learned how to use stops successfully yet- necessary for this market!" - Jeannie G.

September 2, 2011 12:16PM

       
"Excellent Webinar for live trading as always. Thanks Ken!" - Wen O.

September 2, 2011 11:47AM

       
"I want to learn some strategies for using Micro Stops then find a way to backtest them using saved time and sales data. Can I use Micro Stops with futures/globex trading?" - Alex M.

September 2, 2011 11:47AM

       
"I believe that small stops around important areas of support and resistance are the way to trade, as long as everything else lines up going into the trend." - Howard S.

September 2, 2011 11:46AM

       
"Interested in the science of calculating intelligent stop and target placements for trade management." - Leon P.

September 2, 2011 11:32AM

       
"Seeing how to use "Micro Stops" to improve trading results would be very interesting indeed" - Fred S.

September 2, 2011 11:25AM

       
"This is the first time i received information/mentioning about the problem with micro stops as opposed to big stops. it would be interesting to get additional information on this subject." - An Y.

September 2, 2011 11:17AM

       
"i like the idea of small regular profit" - David

September 2, 2011 11:06AM

       
"Meets my trading style to the point!But how "micro" can a stop be?Do measure it by S/R or ATR or wait for the candle to change colour?" - Chris S.

September 2, 2011 10:50AM

       
"The ability to use tight stops without increasing trade risk can change an unprofitable trader into a very relaxed profitable trader!" - Mike B.

September 2, 2011 10:43AM

       
"I'm interested in short stops, because in a calculator I have, using a risk management factor, the shorter I can keep the stop, the more units I can trade." - John W.

September 2, 2011 10:32AM

       
"Micro Stops can be a very helpful tool for any trader." - Perry S.

September 2, 2011 10:30AM

       
"Don't like placing stops out of fear of being stopped out needlessly.  Would like to learn the magic of Micro-Stops." - Yves M.

September 2, 2011 10:24AM

       
"Always want to learn. My stock usually goes the wrong way." - Linda K.

September 2, 2011 10:23AM

       
"Learning about micro-stops will add another level of value and clarity to the trading process. Ken, you leave no stone unturned!" - Sheldon B.

September 2, 2011 10:21AM

       
"I am very intereted  in your trading stop skill." - Hwan Y.

September 2, 2011 10:13AM

       
"stop management is the issue that plagues newer traders more than anything...I can't count the times I have been stopped out of trades that eventually went as planned." - Sandy L.

September 2, 2011 10:01AM

       
"Tight stops/small losses are a key component of being a professional trader...keeping your losses small is just as important as keeping your winners big." - Abdul Y.

September 2, 2011 9:54AM

       
"Master the "Micro-Stops"techniques will provide me with the confidence to enter a trade. Needless to say, it would yield a better trading bottom-line!" - Richard Y.

September 2, 2011 9:51AM

       
"Micro Stops Eliminate The Fear of Blowing Up Your Trading Account and Reduce Trading Stress. Ken Calhoun is a great teacher and I look forward to the much needed lessons on micro stops. Thanks" - Oland S.

September 2, 2011 9:48AM

       
"I like the idea of keeping my risk very low. To do so successfully means you must have good entry points." - Phil B.

September 2, 2011 9:31AM

       
"I cannot always attend your webinars live, but whenever I do I always learn something that can help me with my trading. And even though I may not make it live I like the fact that I have access to the recording.  Finally I like the fact that your webinars actually teach "us traders" something useful that we can apply immediately vs other webinars that I have attended that was only a sales promotion." - Wayne B.
Reply from Ken: Hey thanks, Wayne, I appreciate the kind words. I agree completely; most of the trading webinars out there are just powerpoint low-value "chart talk" that's theory-based (with no actual trades shown), and are either live or prerecorded generic sales promotions, which wastes people's time and doesn't genuinely help traders.

Here's a recording I made a few weeks ago that's been very popular, everyone can go ahead and download it. Take a listen; as a former Fortune-500 consultant, I've included many professional tips on what to look for intrading webinars. Such as, "did you learn a specific 'HOW to trade' tactic that you can start using immediately in your trading, yes or no?" That's an "acid test", most of the internet marketer phony trader pitchfest bs people give low- or no-value fake "trading webinars" that don't actually teach. And then they try and charge some ripoff $997-$1997 price for overpriced bs that doesn't work. Bah.

Here's a 27-minute audio seminar on "How to Use Trading Webinars the RIGHT Way" I recorded a few weeks ago, for active traders (right click/file save as and listen in windows media player, it's good, 49Mb audio mp3, 27 minutes of practical trading tips for how to use trading webinars that are genuine):

https://s3.amazonaws.com/dtu/HowToUseTradingWebinarsKenCalhoun27m.mp3

September 2, 2011 9:26AM

       
" I'd like to know if and how this works in the world of HFT trading?" - J.T.
Reply from Ken: Hi JT - yes in fact I designed MicroStops especially to help traders in volatile trading markets, in which institutional high-frequency trading (HFT) algos cause faster reversals. By using "rotational stops" and other MicroStop strategies I'll be teaching, traders are shown how to be more nimble and tight in their exits, as a "countermeasure" to offset HFT volatility. Great point, thanks.

September 2, 2011 9:17AM

       
"It would be great to be able to identify trades with very small stops as that would enable me to increase size and hopefully make obscene amounts of money with the potentially huge risk reward ratios." - Pran K.

September 2, 2011 9:15AM

       
"Risk management is priceless, a proven strategy without stops is not the way to go. Cheers Ken for some more great advise" - Rebecca M.

September 2, 2011 9:15AM

       
"This Micro stop webinar that Ken is going to be doing should be very valuable in this volatile market" - Joel A.

September 2, 2011 9:03AM

       
"Small stop loss is the key to preserve your funds for trading." - Raymond C.

September 2, 2011 8:56AM

       
"Ken, another great idea! It seems like everyone tells you to cut your losses and let your winners run, but almost no one teaches exactly how to cut your losses." - Doug T.

September 2, 2011 8:51AM

       
"In order to protect against losses and increase potential profits. Proper stop loss knowledge on Micro stop's would be of great interest to me." - Luis V.

September 2, 2011 8:42AM

       
"I can't wait to learn how to set good stops to help build my confidence in my trading.  Thank you" - Linda C.

September 2, 2011 8:41AM

       
"Thinking that I am protecting my profit by putting a stop loss every time I traded, but I found out the hard way that I was really hurting my trading profits because when ever a trade went against me my trading account took a massive hit!! I am interested on how I can built up my confidence and knowledge levels and be able to trade using tighter stop loss when I place my trades and without fear nor hesitation." - Benjamin B.

September 1, 2011 8:36AM

       
"If the trade is not right from the beginning is it better to be out early than late. You will miss some but they was probably not for you." - Stefan

September 2, 2011 8:25AM

       
"I hope your new program works out great.  Knowing where to place your stops before you place your trade is most important!  Good Luck! " - Gary L.

September 2, 2011 8:15AM

       
"Small stops -- Interesting idea, but human psychology enters into the equation as well: Are you really going to obey your small stop rule after being stopped out twice in a row only to see the market reverse and move without you?" - Lee T.

September 1, 2011 11:23PM

       
"Hi Ken, Stops are a very relevant and important topic for both newcomers and experts alike. Taking a fresh look at this concept is always exciting. It will be interesting to see the application of this concept of "Micro" stops and its usefulness in the volatile markets of 2011" - Jay W.

September 1, 2011 11:21PM

       
"I look forward to seeing Ken's... keeping small stops.  This is something I definitely need to start doing!  My avg losses are far greater than my avg profits - not good" - Helen G.

September 1, 2011 9:31PM

       
"Definitely interested in learning how micro stops can improve my current method of using stops" - Tom S.

September 1, 2011 8:31PM

       
"Always best to keep those potential profits and not give them away." - Dan W.

September 1, 2011 5:50PM

       
"This is a webinar that i have been looking forward to" - Dir A.

September 1, 2011 1:42PM

       
" It would be great to keep my stops small, my winners are usually small." - Dave

September 1, 2011 1:17PM

       
"I would be very interested to see how and what makes this system as good or better then others systems." - Van C.

September 1, 2011 12:57PM

       
"Ken ; Another great educational topic .Keep them coming ;as all of the other webinars have provided valuable lessons!" - Charles E.

September 1, 2011 12:44PM

       
"This is one webinar I don't want to miss!  Setting stops sounds easy, BUT just where to place them isn't. To short, and the trade is finished, to far and that costs dollars. Looking forward to Saturday!" - JaniceLynn J.

September 1, 2011 12:30PM

       
"I'm looking forward to learning how to set tighter stops for more profitable trading over the long-haul. Thanks!" - Chris C.

September 1, 2011 9:09AM

       
"Minimizing losses on positions that turn against me would leave more cash to invest in winning plays. Looking forward to this webinar." - Bob T.

September 1, 2011 7:30AM

       
"Manage your risk, we've all heard it. Many underestimate the importance to our trading success.  Important to believe that large losses can eradicate profits quickly." - Wendy M.

September 1, 2011 6:59AM

       
"Does your stop change as your profit builds? Does your stop change as your profit starts to diminish?" - Lizzie L.

September 1, 2011 6:05AM

       
"Sounds fantastic, cant wait to see the presentation." - Bean T.

September 1, 2011 5:54AM

       
"This strategy is critical to becoming a consistently profitable trader. Too small, you get stopped out, too big it hurts your pocket when you are wrong. Using ATR is one way to minimise the stop loss." - Ed

September 1, 2011 3:04AM

       
"Becoming proficient in the skill of setting microstops would be invaluable  I just cant seem to find stop strategy that works well for me. Would appreciate new insight in this area. Thank You." - Lesley B.

September 1, 2011 1:33AM

       
"Looking forward to webinair to cure my worst trading mistakes." - Chad

September 1, 2011 1:31AM

       
"I look forward to seeing and hearing. Thanks." - Gil A.

September 1, 2011 12:17AM

       
"This is a very educational live webinar." - Walter P.

September 1, 2011 12:17AM

       
"Looking forward to seeing what tactics 'Micro Stops' can show us to potentially cut some of my losses." - Larry L.

August 31, 2011 11:33PM

       
"It'd be great to have the expertise to know precisely when and where the best place to enter and place stops." - Dave T.

August 31, 2011 11:14PM

       
"Keeping small stops is a better idea than taken large stops. I wonder if you can do this with a 1 minute chart." - Frank M.

August 31, 2011 10:58PM

       
"Tight stops what a great idea, gets me out of the bad trades and keeps me in the good ones with less risk." - Steve F.

August 31, 2011 10:14PM

       
"I always value all of Ken Calhoun's advice and I look forward to learning more about placing stops." - Keith R.

August 31, 2011 8:37PM

       
"I like the concept of using micro stops on the Forex market to reduce my losses, especially if they can work in conjunction with the Fibonacci tool, and help with false breakouts." - Leon S.

August 31, 2011 6:56PM

       
"Micro-stops are exceedingly important to capture profits, especially in today's markets. It takes discipline, no doubt. Would appreciate any additional information on the subject. Thanks for the invite!" - Helene I.

August 31, 2011 5:06PM

       
"the use of micro stops helps me catch the momentum or get out quickly" - Tony V.

August 31, 2011 6:33PM

       
"I know when to buy. Want to know when to sell." - Chuck H.

August 31, 2011 6:12PM

       
"I have a good win, then manage to give back the winnings with all the losses, and maybe self sabotage. Looking for a way to lessen my losses." - Howard K.

August 31, 2011 6:02PM

       
"Ken has been generous in sharing his knowledge even on a public setting. He teaches right to the point on core knowledge about trading and he does not do some kind of gimmicks or tricks.  I look forward to attending this event." - Tony L.

August 31, 2011 5:46PM

       
"I'd like my stops to be smaller than my wins!" - Donald B.

August 31, 2011 5:44PM

       
"Looking forward to learning how and when to minimize losses" - Terry F.

August 31, 2011 5:06PM

       
"Every trader make losses, and instead of standing outside in a choppy market, I do want to learn how to keep my bad trades in a minimum of costs." - Owe F.

August 31, 2011 5:04PM

       
"I think providing clarity on this controversional issue for trading business is very anticipated. There is quite a lot of opposite views by some trading educators -as "do not use tight stops" - Primoz R.
Reply from Ken: Hi Primoz -- one of the "dirty little secrets" of the trading vendor industry is that anyone who advocates loose wide expensive risky stops usually does so to Camoflauge their poor trading entry and exit skills (or non-working bs software). If instead of vendors, you ask any Professional trader (specialist, market maker, successful prop/hedge fund trader), they'll all advocate tight stops. The saying among pros is "tight is right". Also ask any trading 'educator' who advocates loose wide costly stops, to show examples of their actual trades (with brokerage P&L actual screencaps, like I show), and you'll see the truth. Play it safe.

August 31, 2011 4:37PM

       
"i don' seem to be able trade fast enough to get the little ups and downs before they have gone by me" - Gordon P.

August 31, 2011 4:25PM

       
"This would be absoloutely invaluable especially for trading with limited funds" - Brian T.

August 31, 2011 4:20PM

       
" I am still trying to determine when to use micro stops even though I do it. I have no firm rules on it. Maybe I will after Saturday." - Paul H.

August 31, 2011 4:05PM

       
" I am looking forward to be at your webnar on Saturday." - Sylkemsted G.

August 31, 2011 3:24PM

       
"Means getting in  at the right time and lesser risks for me. Hmm... makes a whole lot of sense." - Saikumar C.

August 31, 2011 3:11PM

       
"Micro Stops suggests sexy risk to rewards, bring on the concept and let's see if it can be consistently profitable!" - Dave P.

August 31, 2011 3:06PM

       
"You have the best trading webinars on the internet!" - Barry S.

August 31, 2011 2:20PM

       
"Wish to know more about this. seems very interesting" - Saikumar C.

August 31, 2011 1:42PM

       
"I think this will be great webinar for me.Very often  I over stay in a trade and take bigger loss then I should." - Mariusz K.

August 31, 2011 12:56PM

       
"This could be an invaluable addition to my trading strategy." - Feliciano P.

August 31, 2011 12:52PM

       
"Yes I believe the size of stops is very important, especially with trailing stops etc. and the program you are using, as many pips can be lost." - Dale C.

August 31, 2011 12:25PM

       
"Your method of using micro stops prevents major losses and account blowout.  Thanks" - Jim G.

August 31, 2011 12:23PM

       
"help keep risk and loss small;and when the trades in your favor = good reward possibility." - Vince D.

August 31, 2011 12:20PM

       
"Any further help with money management and tight stops has got to be a good thing.Especially in todays markets.Wild swings then flat price action means small stops should really help." - Martin L.
Reply from Ken: Hi Martin, yes — especially with the recent volatility we're seeing, it's very easy for a modest winning trade to turn into a large losing one, if you aren't using tight stops. I advocate making more trades, lighter size, tighter stops, to give you more shots at getting it right, rather than large risky size and large costly stops. Playing it tight in this market is the right approach; I'll cover how it works in the training. Thanks for posting.

August 31, 2011 12:05PM

       
" I just rejected a trading system whose downfall was the magnitude of its initial stops.  I'm looking forward to learning about rational ways to determine a stop.  While stops are critical to trade management, establishing a stop level always seems like the last thing that system developers address and it is often given short shrift." - Stacey H.

August 31, 2011 11:43AM

       
"lower risk which allows for larger positions and more profit...The proper use of smaller stops provides a more favorable risk to reward ratio and thereby greater profits" - Linzie T.

August 31, 2011 11:42AM

       
"An interesting concept but requires more study!" - Bob S.

August 31, 2011 11:37AM

       
"I have used tight to loose and no stops. It seems that I get shaken out or take big losses. Overnite swings are a big problem too." - Kam K.

August 31, 2011 10:58AM

       
"Luv to learn which helps me to earn!" - Krishnaa A.

August 31, 2011 10:55AM

       
"I am currently scalping using range bars in various markets and am still working out the best stop levels and want to keep them small. I am very curious to see what you are doing." - Ryan B.

August 31, 2011 10:43AM

       
"I'd love to learn a way of useing tighter stops without being thrown out of the game 80-90% of the time. One of my biggest problems in trading would be resolved with that..." - Csaba O.

August 31, 2011 10:28AM

       
""Keep your losses small and let your winners run" Yes indeed but HOW exactly? Small stop losses preserve capital but they also invariably lead to shakeouts and missed opportunity. Looking forward to learning about your solution to this trading puzzle." - Etienne C.
Reply from Ken: Hi Etienne, the key is setting your stops in a way that stays "just out of reach" of shakeouts... that's a primary skill I teach traders in this training, is how to set stops in a way that's designed to avoid the chop and shakeouts, while staying in to potentially capitalize on larger moves when they do occur. And yes it is a puzzle, looking forward to sharing some of the solutions I've found; the goal is to help keep traders' stop loss costs minimal, while getting in on decent moves to stay in, during mini-trend moves that work out. Good point - see you there.

August 31, 2011 9:46AM

       
"Need the "sweet spot", to small and you get stoped out and tp large and you lose money. Need this info!" - Charles T.

August 31, 2011 10:19AM

       
"Ken, I am eager to hear what Microstops is all about because I know that I'll learn something important on that webinar!" - Dan G.

August 31, 2011 10:16AM

       
"small stop has a bigger probability of being stop out.thats why setting small stop lost is my most wanted formula.lets see." - Steve T.

August 31, 2011 10:12AM

       
"Interesting concept,  I would like to see how it is applied to a volatile investment that can have wide interim swings before profit targets are hit." - Don M.

August 31, 2011 10:06AM

       
"Improving stop location adds directly to the bottom line--smaller losses and greater profits." - John K.

August 31, 2011 9:46AM

       
" It may be the last piece of puzzle on the way to profitable trading. Thank you!" - Jerry

August 31, 2011 9:21AM

       
"It will be interesting to see how this can affect my trading" - Don M.

August 31, 2011 9:20AM

       
"I have always been fascinated by your and Steve's techniques" - Tony A.

August 31, 2011 9:19AM

       
"i would like to know how to place stops....thanks" - William D.

August 31, 2011 9:20AM

       
"Stop placement is a key element in limiting risk and attaining profits.  Looking forward to Ken's insights." - George P.

August 31, 2011 9:19AM

       
"Ken usually nail it. His pre-webinars are better then most paid offerings by other purported traders." - ST.
Reply from Ken: Thanks - I try hard to do better for traders than the half-baked powerpoint-only theory bs that you see most vendors do, with their overpriced thinly-disguised pitchfest webinars that teach traders nothing, but instead just introduce a vague concept as a lead in to some overpriced bs course. That blows. I always say "where's the beef?" when I briefly tune in to other trading webinars. Show me HOW and WHAT to do, that's critical, not just rambling on about charts and indicators. Step by step.

Instead I like to show traders the "mechanics" of real trading charts, using current-market charts plus show exact step by step HOW to do things, plus answer questions and "charts of your choice" in a fast-paced, professional, candid webinar format. I appreciate the kind words, I'll keep working hard for everyone.

August 31, 2011 9:16AM

       
i can't wait until i get a sneak peek of this breakthrough." - Nitroc

August 31, 2011 9:16AM

       
"Never heard that micro stop better than big one.Interesting to learn something new" - Kiril R.

August 31, 2011 9:08AM

       
"I'm very interested whether you can make Stops smaller than myself :)" - Oliver K.

August 31, 2011 9:07AM

       
"Full Stop To Loss & No Stop For Profit." - Siddhesh K.

August 30, 2011 9:51PM

       
"It will be interesting to see how to add micro stops to my trading plan." - Donald G.

August 30, 2011 8:45PM

       
"Trading with Micro-Stops is a great tool to add to the traders tool box.  I am looking forward to the webinar.  Thanks." - James H.

August 30, 2011 8:01PM

       
"I think most retail traders don't spend the required time on systems testing, back testing and studying to be effective traders. One needs to figure out their trading personality before they adopt tools on microstops. Or maybe you can change my mind with quality educational tools." - Don S.

August 30, 2011 4:53PM

       
"Knowing where to put stops correctly could definately give me more $$$." - Val M.

August 30, 2011 4:40PM

       
"I have put stops, but those stops "kicked" me out of the trade early. The "Micro Stops" webinar will help me decrease my losses, and stay in the trade "until it's time" - Rachie G.

August 30, 2011 4:12PM

       
"I would like to learn this new to me indicator, more input!!" - Mark H.

August 30, 2011 3:56PM

       
"Does having smaller stops allow or prevent you from building a bigger position" - Todd B.
Reply from Ken: Hi Todd, only if you use single stops for entire positions. What I do is scale into And back out of my trades, which is one of many techniques I'll be teaching in MicroStops... with actual chart examples of how it's done. Setting 2 stops (one very tight, one a bit wider) for trading out of half the position at a time, is a favorite approach to trading I use myself, and will be showing how to do in MicroStops training for active traders.

August 30, 2011 3:38PM

       
"Smaller stop losses and still stay in long enough to have winning trades is an ideal combination." - Ted R.

August 30, 2011 3:32PM

       
"you don't take any big losses that can add up quickly" - Reynaldo

August 30, 2011 2:38PM

       
"Looking forward to it, I watched your first webinar on "Trading Short ETF"S and it was great!" - Wayne J.

August 30, 2011 1:40PM

       
"you have a way of making me curious as to what your doing. I'm sure you won't disappoint." - George F.

August 30, 2011 1:37PM

       
"Sounds like a great way to trade the markets" - Scott W.

August 30, 2011 12:27PM

       
"Looking forward to this as getting stopped out on long runs before they start or too soon is a definite problem of mine." - Dave S.

August 30, 2011 11:51AM

       
"Learning how to use stops when trading is the way to go.  Micro-Stops will help you cut your loses even faster.  Learning Micro-Stops from Ken is the way to go for sure." - Larry W.

August 30, 2011 11:29AM

       
"as a scalper, tight stops are the focus of my trading as I would much rather lose 6 pips then re-enter on a turn than sit through a potential 20 pip loss....after all...who knows at exactly which number of pips the market turns...better safe than sorry" - Patti B.

August 30, 2011 11:24AM

       
"Ken always over delivers on any seminar I have ever attended. You walk away with something new to use the next day. Look forward to the webinar." - Bill H.


What do you LIKE BEST about the idea of seeing how to trade using "Micro Stops" for carefully trading today's markets?

Please fill in a quick comment on this page; I'll post it below for other traders to see, using your first name/last initial as seen at ETFMastery and TradeMapping, for example. Tell me what you like best about this idea for active traders' webinars!

 


August 30, 2011 10:42AM

       
"I like the idea of limiting my risk to something that is in line with market conditions." - Lee G.

August 30, 2011 10:37AM

       
"We all know that learning and eventualy mastering how to use stop properly and effectively in trading is so important for becoming a good trader. However,before acquireing the proper skill of useing stop,it so often happens that beginner traders get kicked out of the market.

So,being able to learn the real pro techniques of stop directly from Mr.Ken Calhoun is very fortunate and rare opportunity for beginner trader like me." - Kenichi K.

August 30, 2011 10:26AM

       
"Ken, thanks for continuing to share with us in more detail your approach to this critical element of trading, as it takes a great deal of continuing education and discipline for one to know how to place stops correctly in the current markets." - Shirley R.

August 30, 2011 9:20AM

       
"It is marvelous if I can still get profit with Micro-Stops in the current volatile market." - Maria C.

August 30, 2011 8:48AM

       
"Taking off in plane without learning how to land is trouble, trouble. Thanks ahead of time Ken!" - Joshua S.

August 30, 2011 8:25AM

       
"Money management is what trading is all about. Finally someone who knows how to trade is not afraid to step up to the plate and give something so valuable.I look forward to the seminar. Thank You" - Jim N.

August 30, 2011 7:15AM

       
" Learning this skill would help me keep more of my profits into my account and not someone else's." - Ed C.

August 30, 2011 6:01AM

       
"how to be consistent on daily basis by being in green" - Sharmas

August 30, 2011 5:50AM

       
"Proper small microstop prevent most of the profit from giving back to the market." - Keat L.

August 30, 2011 5:32AM

       
" really looking forward to the microstop seminar" - Sean M.

August 30, 2011 4:37AM

       
"It may help me to place my initial stop loss when entering the trade. I always have trouble to find a good initial stop loss." - Karin D.

August 30, 2011 4:26AM

       
"I love your educational vids, they are great, As for Micro Stops i think that it will assist me in losing less on false breakouts and gaining more revenues on true breakouts. I hope you will demonstrate on e-minis as well" - Ron R.
Reply from Ken: Thanks, Ron, glad to hear they're helpful. And you hit on a great point, which is differentiating between false vs true breakouts. A benefit to using MicroStops is the potential for having the inevitable false breakouts cost less, since stops are tight. And sure I'll be covering ES day trading chart examples as well as Forex, stocks and ETFs.

August 30, 2011 3:59AM

       
"I need this as I seem to have too great a stop and rather than coming back my way, the stocks continue in the wrong direction. It´s better to get out earlier but you need to have the right entry level too, in my opinion." - Mike T.

August 30, 2011 3:52AM

       
"Sounds great Ken. Will this strategy work in the forex? It will be midnight on the east coast of Australia when the webinar starts, but it sounds like something I am prepared to stay (up) late for. Thanks" - JD

August 30, 2011 2:28AM

       
"There is one thing that I have always tried to do is avoid giving Stop - depending more on Mental stops. Because I have found that Stop Losses actually stops one out of the trade - by incurring Losses. Although they are also very important. They do prevent one from incurring heavier losses - when the Market goes grossly against our trade.
So I am perpetually searching for something that would help me set the right stop, specially if there is also a system for trailing stoplosses." - Nandini M.

August 30, 2011 2:24AM

       
"I'm interested in how the size of stops varies according to the changing size of one-minute candlesticks when a stock is moving rapidly up or down.  For example, a 40-cent stop won't cut it when a stock such as FAZ starts moving $1 a minute. You're getting into macro-stops in this case.
    I also would like to know how you keep your eyes on two dozen stocks at a time when several of them are moving fast. Seems there's no time to set the best possible stops." - Leonard F.

August 30, 2011 1:53AM

       
" It behooves me to understand why some prominent professional investment advisors recommend 20 - 25% investment stops.  I've never been comfortable with this approach.  Like rats following the pied piper following this lead drowns your capital." - Stephen C.

August 30, 2011 12:34AM

       
" Sounds like a fantastic subject and especially needed in the current volatility." - Tom M.

August 30, 2011 12:23AM

       
"At each of Ken's webinar's, there are trading nuggets that more then reimburse for the webinar fee every trading day." - TR S.

August 29, 2011 11:32PM

       
"Hi Ken,
Knowing where to place your stop is very important...not too wide, not too close...you can learn it with practising and gain experience...and from good advice from a great trader as yourself Ken!" - Redgy P.

August 29, 2011 11:19PM

       
"Using tight stop in a volatile market is a good way to protect your profit without giving it back." - Phil M.

August 29, 2011 11:04PM

       
"The strategies that I use are for less then 50% profitable (about 45%). So I have more losing then winning trades. That's why it is important for me to keep the losses on the losing trades small. Small stops can be a tool for me to minimize the losses." - Richard N.

August 29, 2011 10:47PM

       
"It will be interesting to see how you manage you Micro Stops as usually too small a stop results in too many whipsaws." - Robin F.

August 29, 2011 10:35PM

       
"will it be on the forex market. I have no idel about etf or emini." - Alan H.

August 29, 2011 10:22PM

       
"1) Small stops = small risk
2) small risk = more objectivity in trading decisions
3) More objectivity = less emotions
4) Less emotions = Sticking to trading plan
5) Sticking to Trading Plan = Consistent trading and profits" - Manasi K.

August 29, 2011 10:09PM

       
" Hello Ken,

I will like to learn about the micro stops." - Hube S.

August 29, 2011 10:08PM

       
"Wow, Perfect Strategy lose small profit bigger." - Cynthia

August 29, 2011 10:02PM

       
"Posting small stops helps to preserve working capital but timing,volume and support or resistance should be in place between the entry price and the stop or unnecessary stopping out of the position will occur to often." - Winston C.

August 29, 2011 9:46PM

       
"Can't wait to see this one! You are right, small stop can save your account." - Tom G.

August 29, 2011 9:35PM

       
"Setting good stops is probably the biggest problem I have in trading! This webinar will be top priority for me." - Mara D.

August 29, 2011 9:20PM

       
" I need to keep stops small to allow many shots at the market" - Bud S.

August 29, 2011 9:04PM

       
"How to set strategic stops to avoid position being taken out by normal price action and not allow too much loss in case counter trend is developing is an art to be learned." - Simon Y.
Reply from Ken: Right, Simon... it's gaining the "traders' eyes" for gauging what Exactly normal price action is (pullback volatility, depth of cups, ATR moves, exceptional moves vs regular trading ranges), and setting stops based on that, which is a key goal I've set for MicroStops training, to help traders. Great point.

August 29, 2011 8:50PM

       
" 2/3rds of the trading execution is exiting. Better understanding of Stop (exit when wrong) placement will maximize the profit potential of any given plan / method. Also, it will ensure (by not blowing up your account) you ALWAYS live to trade another day. I personally would like to hone this skill a lot more." - Brian P.

August 29, 2011 8:41PM

       
"in a highly volatile and whippy market, as today's is with its extremely high VIX numbers and daily and weekly swings and gyrations in excess of 400+ on the DOW, and which threatens to become even more so, you cannot withstand such whippy extremes and still stay alive to trade another day, which should be your first goal, Except by using the tightest of micro-stops possible." - Tom N.

August 29, 2011 8:40PM

       
"It is great opportunity to learn from Ken how he set up the Micro-Stops techniques, it will benefit every trader on this volatile market." - Gamal S.

August 29, 2011 8:35PM

       
"How can you prevent getting stopped out, due to volatility, without setting wide stops?" - Tom P.
Reply from Ken: Hi Tom, great question — the techniques I'll be teaching in "MicroStops" are designed to help solve that exact problem. For example, a good rule of thumb is to scale your stops, adjust them, based on the 2-day point range of what you're trading for swing trades (or, cup depths for intraday). They need to be different based on both a) the price and b) the point-range volatility of what you're trading. So we don't use blanket stop loss levels; in MicroStops I'll be showing traders a new strategy for scaling/adjusting the stop levels as a function of volatility. Thanks for the question, it's a good one.

August 29, 2011 8:03PM

       
"I would really like to learn how to tighten my stops and not get shaken/stopped out before the trade goes in the direction that I had anticipated.  Thanks for the invite." - Helena K.

August 29, 2011 7:56PM

       
"I'm very curious about what you will present.  Most of the success I've had over the years I've been trading has been due to what I've learned about being more selective with the entries my methods generate, but finding better exits that my basic signals has remained elusive.  

Sometimes I give back a lot of my open profits and while that may be consistent with the method used it can seriously hurt my confidence and lead me to deviate from my trading rules (almost always the end result is worse than if I had just stayed put).   So for me better stops is a goal both to make more money trading AND to have an easier time while trading." - Alfredo V.

August 29, 2011 7:52PM

       
"trying to be very flexible & aware of the 'hugh' index swings while protecting the trading account." - Dennis D.

August 29, 2011 7:38PM

       
"Sounds like a great seminar, as this skill can mean the difference betwwen being profitable vs. not.  Anything to reduce losses is a plus.." - Jeff H.

August 29, 2011 7:35PM

       
"Having a hard time keeping a small stop in forex." - Sharon K.

August 29, 2011 7:35PM

       
"Need to hear from a Master, where to set my stop-losses so they aren't too loose or too tight." - Larry D.

August 29, 2011 7:31PM

       
"One of the challenges I face is being able to reenter after stopping out. I suspect that smaller dollar risk in tight stops may help me with the ability to scratch and reenter, or even stop out and reenter. I'm looking forward to the webinar." - Steve B.

August 29, 2011 7:19PM

       
"Great topic Ken, I have never seen anyone else teach this but it is vital to trading success that losses are kept to a minimum.This information will help with my confidence entering a trade knowing my stop is at the correct level.Thank you" - Jack W.

August 29, 2011 7:13PM

       
"I hate big stops and miss out on some legitimate trades because I won't take them. I know losing money is part of trading but I still struggle with being wrong. It especially hurts when you have multiple lots expressly for the purpose of scaling out and they all get hit! To know how and when to place a micro stop sounds wonderful." - Judy D.

August 29, 2011 7:12PM

       
"Small stops make even more sense when trading large positions, then you can afford to enter with more try/error opportunities, i.e. afford to get stopped out more times if wrong." - Mike H.

August 29, 2011 6:51PM

       
"I look forward to learning more about keeping my stops small by using micro stops" - Edward B.

August 29, 2011 6:35PM

       
"Pulling the trigger is a problem for me. Maybe being a little wrong is what I need." - Carl W.

August 29, 2011 6:12PM

       
"Ken, Thank you for so many informative webinars. I look forward to your help with stops as my losses are too big." - Mike S.

August 29, 2011 6:04PM

       
"I like to learn more about the micro stops, the risk is small, but the probability of reward is high. if your analysis is wrong it is not really going to hurt your trading account  depending in your lot size especially if you are new to the market" - Marilyn S.

August 29, 2011 6:01PM

       
"I need to learn how to optimize the location of my stops." - Morris R.

August 29, 2011 5:34PM

       
"The key to my stop placement has as much to do with order entry (such as aggressive or continuation trade) as money management. Maybe this webinar will help the profitability. Thanks in advance." - William D.

August 29, 2011 5:25PM

       
"Managing stops is crucial to profitable trading" - George P.

August 29, 2011 5:15PM

       
"This sounds like what every scalper needs such as me.  I'm always keeping my stops too tight and loose out on the big move because of this." - Jim B.

August 29, 2011 5:13PM

       
" I like the idea of using small stops. It sounds like a great way to control your risk." - Bob R.

August 29, 2011 5:04PM

       
"Placing stops is always a *necessary* skill.  I have no doubt Ken will come through as he has done before.  Minimize drawdowns- always easiest to rise to new highs" - Jim

August 29, 2011 5:04PM

       
"Nothing better than to be able to keep a defined low dollar risk." - Dave V.

August 29, 2011 5:01PM

       
"Keeping stops small prevents me from being afraid of pulling the trigger. If I risk only a little bit my downdraws are also not big so I do not have to worry about them. This makes me more confident in what I am doing." - Barbara K.

August 29, 2011 5:02PM

       
"Thanks Ken for your micro stops webinar, I need lots of help with risk management" - Carol B.

August 29, 2011 4:57PM

       
"Bring it on Ken-anything to reduce my losses." - Noel L.

August 29, 2011 4:51PM

       
"Enhanced risk:reward ratio boosts profitability when trading high probability setups." - Mark P.

August 29, 2011 4:42PM

       
"Looking forward to learning from you about stops ; have attended your webinars in the past, and they are informative. I know if you are teaching it, the information will be valuable." - Cliff L.

August 29, 2011 4:42PM

       
"Stops are my biggest nightmare. I know losing money is part of trading but I still cannot come to terms with being wrong." - Julie M.

August 29, 2011 4:42PM

       
"Small stops not only represent small lossess if/when hit but if placed correctly, they won't be hit and the risk reward ratio is much better." - Mark M.

August 29, 2011 4:39PM

       
"Just hoping that it will make better trades , without getting lock out for having my stop to close" - Stig B.

August 29, 2011 4:38PM

       
"Thank you, Ken. Your extensive trading wisdom has already been dramatically helpful" - Rob N.

August 29, 2011 4:31PM

       
"that,s a fantastic idea my stops are big and i lose big." - Harout B.

August 29, 2011 4:29PM

       
"Keeping small stops should allow me to build a larger share size and stay within my desired risk per trade. I personally like the small stop because it is easier to take a small stop, get out quickly when the trade reverses and reassess the trade in the current volatile environment." - Patsy G.

August 29, 2011 4:26PM

       
"The ability to trade with very small stops is one of the most important considerations for me as I trade a highly leveraged product - learning how to reduce my stop size without drastically increasing my stopped out ratio will help my trading and may open up alternative trade types." - Karen S.

August 29, 2011 4:25PM

       
" I have been buying high and selling low for my stops. Its time to learn more on how to Micro-Stop my stops." - Richard C.

August 29, 2011 4:07PM

       
"This looks like it will be real useful information.   I am looking forward to it.  Thanks." - Joe N.

August 29, 2011 4:01PM

       
"I have never effectively traded with small stops. The thought of using small stops may help me not to b afraid of potential trading opportunities as they appear." - Steven L.
Reply from Ken: Right you are, Steven. Keeping stops as tight as practically possible, while managing trade size with better precision and timing, is one of the keys to successful trading. I found that using a combination of tight stops and small size is a great way to get "started again" if fear of geting into new trades is an issue... which it is for all of us at some point in time,especially after taking a string of losses. We'll go step by step though how to use "Micro Stops" to help alleviate concern, while managing risk as tightly as makes sense, given the charts and markets we're in. See you there.

August 29, 2011 4:01PM

       
" I have used tight stops in past market conditions with some success; but lately I get knocked out then the market turns around and moves in my direction and I miss it." - Steve P.

August 29, 2011 4:00PM

       
"Micro Stops means more profit and the ability to recover from losses that much quicker." - Paul

August 29, 2011 3:54PM

       
"Thanks for the learning opportunity on stops and scaling in and out of trades." - John J.

August 29, 2011 3:52PM

       
"Looking forward to the "Micro-Stop" info and how to apply stops correctly" - Tom C.

August 29, 2011 3:51PM

       
"This is by far where I need the most help in my trading." - Gary

August 29, 2011 3:48PM

       
"I want to stop my losses and let my winning education run. Show me the way Ken" - Dave D.

August 29, 2011 3:43PM

       
"I look forward to a method that gives a shot to win while keeping the risk small." - John S.

August 29, 2011 3:40PM

       
"Micro Stops will keep your risks low and allow you to make more with larger risk/rewards." - Mel C.

August 29, 2011 3:37PM

       
"Setting smaller stops seems sensible, but a stop that is too small or inappropriate will cause even larger losses. I'm very interested to learn what your definition of "Micro Stops" is and how it could improve my trading." - Steve T.
Reply from Ken: You are right, Steve — using too-small or inappropriately-defined stops can be just as bad as using too-wide stops (aka "death of a thousand trading cuts"). So the key is, finding the 'sweet spot' for small stops that keeps one in a decent trade, not out too soon, not out too late, but just right. And that's what "Micro Stops" is designed to do. The good thing is, I base all my training off of thousands of trades I've made over the years, so I can help traders navigate their entries, exits, targets and stops based on actual experience (that's an important edge to have). See you there!

August 29, 2011 3:30PM

       
"Keeping stops tight is great, but you have to be able to read the price action on the charts accurately.  We need to learn how to read the charts properly. That's why we need to be able to pick your brain Ken." - George T.
Reply from Ken: Hi George, agreed — so I'll be there for plenty of Q&A time, to explain how to combine small stops with specific price-action entry and exit signals, and more. — your point makes sense.

August 29, 2011 3:22PM

       
"I have participated in many of Kens other programs and was always impressed by the depths of knowledge & professionalism and this program follows the same mold" - Larry G.

August 29, 2011 3:19PM

       
"Sounds good. Learning to lose as little as possible in my trades is a great topic for a webinar." - Jean

August 29, 2011 3:13PM

       
"Placing stops that protect you from large losses, but don't take you out of good trades early is truly an art.  I've seen how Ken takes small losses, so I look forward to seeing how he  sets his stops." - Tim H.

August 29, 2011 3:03PM

       
"Finally, tips on how to limit losses in volatile markets." - Maria K.

August 29, 2011 3:01PM

       
"The only way to stay in the business of trading is to learn how to manage stops. Appropriate use of stops is the only answer." - Phillip B.
Reply from Ken: Right, Phillip — and yet curiously enough, much of the trading industry mostly focuses on entries, but not the exit side of it (or even worse, encourages traders to use wide stops, to camoflauge poor trading skills). How you manage your stops is often the most important factor in determining one's trading success. "It's all about the money", it always will be. Seeing how to keep stops as small as possible, while minimizing getting shaken out too early, is the main thing in MicroStops that everyone will be learning how to do for themselves. Thanks.

August 29, 2011 2:57PM

       
"Once you are in a position, it is like you have exposed yourself in a whitewater rapids.  It is important to know how to manage your boat within the gush to survive and to profit." - W.M.

August 29, 2011 2:57PM

       
" hi ken! small stops will allow me to re-enter again in the position if it does not work the first time!! i can not wait wait to see another of your webinar.. i am addicted to your method THAT WORKS because you are a real trader and not a kind of sales rep on the net!!" - Fred G.

August 29, 2011 2:56PM

       
"Can't wait to see what you have to present Ken" - Darren S.

August 29, 2011 2:53PM

       
" After realising the importance of risk management to the longevity of a trading business, I was always looking ways to have tight stops.  So Ken's new initiative on educating on stops or microstops as Ken puts it to reduce risk and improve profitability is a welcome addition to a traders knowledge. Look forward to this exciting webinar." - Anees A.
Reply from Ken: Hi Anees, always good to read your comments... and you're right on target as always. Keeping stops much smaller than usual (as mis-taught by the vendors), is very important to keeping capital alive and well to keep on trading. Thanks for posting!

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