The Chart Guys – Entries & Exits Strategy Download

Do you know when to pull the trigger?

Do you often sell and suddenly the price skyrockets? Or perhaps as soon as you buy, the price drops?

Have you ever found yourself in a trade, your positions currently in the red, and wonder if you should sell? Protecting your capital is important right? So you sell at a loss, and wonder what went wrong, only to watch your ticker drive up into the green?

You’re not alone. Finding the right time to jump into or out of a trade is one of the most challenging aspects of trading.

We often hear from traders who are constantly frustrated by timing!

Understanding the importance of timing and the most readily used indicators and techniques represents the best way to consistently find the best entries and exits for your trade plans.

At the Chart Guys, this is the one area we find impacts traders of all skill levels, from those who are just starting to read charts to 10 year veterans making a living trading high volatility options.

One of commonly asked question is: “Is it a good time to Sell and lock profits?

We have developed this course in order to help our members understand the methodology behind answering this question.

This course will help you identify the best possible entries and exits you can make and maximize your return per trade.

In this course’s 11 modules you will learn:

FREE MODULE SAMPLE: 6.2 ‘Chasing Stocks’

  • Overcome emotions that betray you in trading
  • Develop and execute highly organized trading plans, utilizing the skills developed in the Indicators and Overlays module.
  • Work through Bullish & Bearish strategies, learning how to recognize and exploit actionable signals.
  • Develop your trading plan even more effectively through the Setting Price Targets & Risk Management modules
  • Develop your own approach to trading life through an introduction to the daily preparation method used by TCG Team Members
  • Leverage key Chart Patterns, a powerful highly visual trading methodology that can be used to validate all of the techniques taught in this course

We thank you for taking the time to read this, and we hope you find this course to be a valuable educational experience.


Jason & Dan

Course Curriculum




Indicators and Overlays

4.1Indicators and Overlays
4.2Moving Averages
4.3Moving Averages Example – TWTR
4.4Moving Averages Example – NKE
4.5Bollinger Bands
4.6Bollinger Band Example – FB
4.7Bollinger Band Example – AAPL
4.8Bollinger Band Breakouts
4.9Selected Indicators
4.10Using the MACD
4.11MACD Example – TWTR
4.12MACD Exceptions to the Rule
4.13Using the RSI
4.15Volume in Practice
4.16Volume Example – COST
4.17Volume Reversals

Setting Price Targets

7.1Price Targets
7.2Targeting Moving Averages
7.3Targeting Price History
7.4Targeting Psychological Levels
7.5Bear Exits – Moving Averages
7.6Bear Exits – Price History
7.7Bear Exits – Psychological Levels

Patterns for Entry/Exit Strategy

10.1Introducing Patterns
10.2Basic Channels
10.3Symmetrical Triangles
10.4Ascending Triangles
10.5Descending Triangles
10.6Ascending Wedge
10.7Descending Wedge
10.8Bullish Pennants
10.9Bullish Flags
10.10Bearish Flags

Psychology of Trading

2.1Psychology of Fear
2.2Paper Trading
2.3Gaining Confidence
2.4Paper Trading Software

Bullish/Bearish Entries

5.1Bullish Entries – Price History
5.2Bullish Entries – Moving Averages
5.3Bullish Entries – Psychological Levels
5.4Bearish Entries
5.5Bearish Entries – TWTR
5.6Bearish Entries – TSLA
5.7Bearish Entries – GOLD

Risk Management and Stop Losses

8.1Risk Management & Stop Losses
8.2Placing Stop Losses and Common Questions
8.3Types of Stop Losses
8.4Swing Trading with Stop Losses
8.5Stop Losses for Bears

Bringing it all Together

11.1Bringing it all Together


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