In response to your questions,
(My e mail address is email@example.com – feel free to e mail me directly with further queries)
Yes – we provide entry price and we tell you when to exit or stop out.
We offer a FREE 7 Day Trial (no credit card needed) so you can take a look and get a feel for how we trade.
Our trades are swing trades, meaning they last for a few days or weeks. We generally do not do day trading, though Zach is available on the members only facebook page to answer and discuss trades.
JNUG should get up to around the $18 level in the next month or so.
Markets bottomed last Friday, with that low at lunchtime. We will likely go back towards the highs in the coming days/weeks. Now whether we come back down again in a couple of months, or simply continue going higher is unknown. With the trading we do, we are very nimble and take it one day at a time as the charts unfold each day.
After you join, if you don’t like it, because we only charge $99 per month (a giveaway really for what you get in return) the most you would have lost is say 2 or 3 months subscription. Compare with other sites that charge ‘thousands’ of dollars for their DVD courses, online seminars and courses, you don’t even know if they are worth the money or not!
Moving on, the sections below may help you too.
Someone interested in joining tradingwithzach.com sent in a list of questions, and here was our very detailed response to him.
1. Part of the 7 day trial entitles you to our private f/b group….YOU MUST JOIN – its very very useful, and most of the members can’t do without it, a they have regular almost instant access to Zach during the day, and evening, so they can ask questions as much as they need.
See one of our educational posts discussed on our private facebook page, here:
Now, we say to people at the start when the join the site, is that the aim at the beginning is NOT to make pots of money….
2. Start with a small account…see this excerpt from our Traders Rulebook Page: https://tradingwithzach.com/traders-rulebook/
This is the most important rule when learning to trade. Start small. I’ll say it again. Start small. I don’t care how much capital you have to your name. Start small. – Why? – Because it takes time to understand trading, reading stock charts, and more importantly it takes time to get used to managing your emotions – the excitement, the greed and the fear. The last thing you need is for your emotions to dominate your decision making, which will, at best significantly lengthen your journey to consistent profits, but, at worst, scar you and knock you out of the game for good. Start small. When you first open a trading account or first trade options, only allocate a relatively small sum, even if you plan to follow and copy the trade alerts. This may sound a trivial amount, but the aim at the beginning is not to make a fortune.
The aim when learning to trade is to:
- learn to identify good chart set-ups
- practice selecting an appropriate option as regards strike price and expiry month
- practice entering and exiting trades at the right levels
- practice banking profits before your greed gets the better of you
- practice closing at break even profits that you previously had but didn’t close out when you should have
- practice stopping out when a setup fails
- learning not to invest too much in any one position
- learning to be patient when a trade is taking time to play out
By practising with a small sum you will master the art of trading far quicker, without your emotions getting in the way. As you grow in confidence, and more importantly your account grows, you can then gradually put more money in your account. If your position size is too big, especially at the beginning, you will be too fearful and will close out positions prematurely, triggering unnecessary losses, only then to see the trade hit your original target – without you. I wish I had this advice when I started out! How many times early in my trading career I would do a big position (not realising it was big at the time), and it would be too fearful to endure so I’d chicken out of the trade – completely unnecessarily triggering a loss. Again, start small. If you can turn a small trading account into consistent profits over the course of the year, then you can do the same with a bigger account. See the FAQ section to see guidance on how long it takes to become confident and consistently profitable.
2. DO NOT trade full time, unless you have other income (or are living at home with parents to support you).
You cannot and will not start earning enough for quite some time – and won’t be earning consistently until you follow the above process in point 1. That process takes time…perhaps a year, though I will try and shorten it for you as much as possible. Learning to read charts is the easy part…the difficult part is getting the actual hands-on trade experience and learning to have realistic expectations, and dealing with your emotions buzzinf in your head – greed and fear, which is the part that takes time.
3. To begin with, the aim is learning to read charts from our analysis videos in the Trade Alerts page – spend the time watching them. Then also make the time to watch the Tutorial Videos.
As for options, it really is very easy, but infact, if you’re not ready to learn options, it’s no problem, you can still follow our alerts by the stock directly… –
See this from our FAQ page: https://tradingwithzach.com/faqs/
You can learn options later on, but in any case, options are actually very easy – see this page on our site for more info on how they work: https://tradingwithzach.com/options-made-easy/
Now, I would hope most people in our group are doing a combination of following my trades, and at the same time using the charting skills they’ve learnt to find their own trades, run them past me if they wish, and discuss with the group. The primary aim of the site, is to show how the process works, and to get subscribers educated so that they themselves can become consistently profitable by reading stock charts accurately. What people do with their own money at the end of the day is up to them.
What makes tradingwithzach.com unique? Check out these excerpts from our site:
and WHY TRADING WITH ZACH in this link: https://tradingwithzach.com/why-trading-with-zach/
and then see this from our FAQ section on why you CANNOT learn trading from books!
Hope this e mail has given you plenty to get your teeth into!!
Be in touch again,
On 2018-02-13 16:39, XYZ wrote:
Hi Zach,Good day to you. My name is XYZ and I am a struggling trader. I am currently down $12,500 from when I start started back in July of 2017. This recent market killed me but I was pretty much break even before this SPY sell-off.My trading losses have caused me emotional stress which has really had an impact on me outside of work.I will be trading full time in March and I’m going to start taking extremely small position size so I can stop bleeding and destroying my emotional state.I have no doubt I can be successful but I need help to figure this stuff out. The one thing that I do well is that I’m very HUMBLE and I am not ARROGANT. I respect other traders and respect the market. I am also a good listener and take everyone’s advice to improve my trading.I don’t know a SINGLE thing about Options and I only day trade.1) Do you recommend I focus on Options instead of day trading?2) Are most people who use your service just mirroring or are they actually trying to learn your process?3) What makes your service more unique than me just buying some options books and learning it on my own?I’m losing money in the stock market and I’ve paid a lot of money for educational resources so I am very careful with how I am spending my money.Thanks Zach.Best,XYZ
On Sun, Feb 11, 2018 at 10:11 PM, Trading With Zach <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
So, we’re four days into your seven-day trial of Tradingwithzach.com…… How’s it going?
I hope you’ve found the content I’ve been sending you useful.
But today I want to do something a little different.
The whole point of my site is to give you the help you need to trade options confidently and profitably.
And for each person, the barrier to success might be a little different. The things that are a mystery to you might be completely clear to the guy next door…. And vice versa.
So instead of sending you new content (although there may be a new trading alert a little later…..), I want to throw the floor open to you and ask:
“What’s your biggest challenge trading options?”
Just hit ‘reply’ and let me know, and I’ll get back to you with my best advice. Personally.
I’m here to help.