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ScalpingScalping Recap | Dec 15, 2015
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    ScalpingScalping RecapDec 15, 2015

    What we call scalping is unique (it's not day trading or momentum trading) and done differently than anywhere else (it's statistically based) and this recap of our six part groundbreaking series will reinforce what you need to know to give yourself the best chance to be successful. You do not want to miss this.

    The recap began with what to scalp and why. The primary factor is liquidity but costs and opportunity are important too. Tom and Tony remind you which products are your best choice and why.

    The importance of patience was reviewed. How the statistics work and why you need to trust them was stressed. You probably will only hear about standard deviations in regards to scalping here. There is a review of the stats and how to give yourself the best chance possible to succeed.

    Knowing when to scalp and when not to is critical. A product’s range is something others might consider too when selecting a market but only on tastytrade will you see a bell curve and how to use that in making your decision.

    Consistency is very important as well. Tom and Tony review the different areas where this is important and why. Much of the advice you will see nowhere else. It’s our unique take.

    Watch this segment recapping our outstanding 6 part series “Scalping” with Tom Sosnoff and Tony Battista for the important takeaways, the details to what is mentioned above and other information which can give you the best chance to succeed.

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