Trading is a probability game. But the probability of the success of each trade changes every single time. While the market conditions of today may reduce the probability of a trade by 50%, tomorrow the conditions may increase the probabilities. So, it doesn’t matter...
Let’s face it… most traders will NEVER make money in their trading career. Yup, you read that right… in their ENTIRE trading career. And why is that, you may ask? Well, we could call it a tradition! Tradition is that one way everyone does something the same. That one...
Imagine having a trade that’s had a nice run and is holding a tidy profit. Then, just before the market closes, right before you’re going to exit your trade, there’s a fast sell-off and you end up closing the trade with a loss. Yup, one minute you’re on the...
Imagine you need a new pair of shoes. You go to the shoe shop and explain to the store attendant what type of shoes you want. Now, imagine if the store attendant tells you they only have 1 type of shoe and it only comes in 1 size. They recommend this same shoe to ALL...
Do you remember those ‘Apple vs PC’ ads on the TV in the 1990s? They were a funny but very effective look at the differences between 2 competing options, and they ignited a debate that continues on today. Everybody has their opinion on which is better, but the answer...
There are a lot of wrong assumptions when it comes to trading strategies… One is that you only need 1 or 2 strategies to be successful. Another is that a trading strategy will last forever. Both of these aren’t true. The lifespan of trading strategies has been getting...
"Thank you Tomas and Andrew. I appreciate your honest transparency and commitment to excellence. This speaks volumes to your market and will place you well above the rest!"
PhilBreakout Strategies Masterclass Student
"The material offered by Tomas and Andrew provided excellent content that has helped me improve the logic of swing strategies design."
Chang HuiAdvanced Swing Strategies Student
"The concepts of Better Trader Academy allowed me to develop unique strategies and portfolios beyond what I’d been able to accomplish in the last 10 years."
AlanAdvanced Swing Strategies Student
"Thanks everyone for all the tips, and big thanks to Tomas & Andrew for getting this info out. I cannot imagine how much time (and money) these courses have saved me. Up until this point I had assumed a 10-year optimization (with 20% OOS) followed by a SWFA was adequate robustness testing to start trading a strategy live."
NathanBreakout Strategies Masterclass Student
"It is a great tool. You are taking position sizing to a new level and I can see why it is so crucial for your hedge fund."
ThomasDynamic Position Sizing Student
“Learning how to properly assess the cluster analysis and walk forward report was the most important. I have much more confidence in what I'm doing now.”
StevenBreakout Strategies Masterclass Student
"The Breakout Strategies Masterclass has without a doubt been a great investment for me already. I took the course in the second half of 2017 and my results have improved substantially... I’ve read literally hundreds of books and took many courses on the markets and most of them failed to teach me a robust way to trade... Thank you Tomas for another great course."
BrunoBreakout Strategies Masterclass Student
"As a programmer who has been fiddling with automated trading via AmiBroker and standalone Interactive Brokers API I kind of thought 'Oh well, another set of rules to program, might be interesting, may as well have a look'.
I was completely blown away by Tomas' automated strategy creation idea - so obvious in retrospect, but so clever. Effectively optimizing the strategies rather than the parameters. Game-changer."
DaveEmini Breakout Strategies Student
"I really appreciate what you gentlemen have put together here. I consider your courses to be excellent!!!"
DISCLAIMER: Trading involves significant risk of loss and is not suitable for everyone. People can and do lose money. Hypothetical results have many inherent limitations. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.