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Posted on 12/30/2011
Just a small note to thank you for your site and to wish you happy new year. I am glad I found your site last year. I had lost lot of money in my investment and in the past subscribed to many newsletters, but your site is the only one that really gave me a trading template to use on my own.

I love your effort at enhancing members understanding of markets and setups. The series of posts and videos on setup selection have been excellent. That made me think about my trading. I look forward to each of the post on that topic and eagerly wait your next round of discussion about swing trading setups.

Your site is unique in the trading  newsletter/ trading blog universe. It has so much information and it focuses on teaching people to fish on their own rather than just stock picks. The members interaction is great. I have learned so much from discussion of members method. I especially appreciate the contribution by ckergin, robbiefx, vbbee and heatherjones. I have been using the vbbee method on TNA and has been very successful. Thanks for offering a platform for members to share such methods. You have a great community.

Once again happy new year and all the best for 2012. I look forward to learning more and enhancing my self efficacy.

Praveen B.

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Posted on 12/27/2011
I learned a tremendous amount from Stockbee. Before reading this blog and joining the Stockbee site I had no true method or self awareness, but now one year later I can honestly say I have a method for trading, an understanding of swing trading and episodic pivots, as well as a self awareness of my trading psychology and am working every day on self efficacy. All this thanks to Pradeep Bonde who is a wonderful straightforward teacher! Thank you from a beginner who needed direction!


Heather

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Posted on 12/23/2011
I have subscribed to many many things over the years both fundamental and technical.  Nothing approximates the value added service that Pradeep provides.  I am looking forward to the Bootcamp and enjoy the WEB site the videos and thought process tremendously, he is forcing me to think through all my methodologies even systems not related to swing trading.

I love the site Thank you very much for doing it.

Jamie E

Finally Santa showed up

Posted on 12/21/2011



Digestion after a big bounce. That is likely scenario today.

As widely expected by most market participants finally Santa showed up. It was a big snap back rally after market had been oversold for sometime. And it came in after many had given up hope. The underlying breadth was good.

Going by this years market history I would give the move a 7 day benefit of doubt as long as breadth holds. Moves since February have been of at best 2 week duration.

Volume would be low as many participants will be in holiday mode.

A weak market trying to hold its recent gains

Posted on 12/20/2011

Breadth continues to deteriorate and at this rate might soon be in bearish territory. Stock continue to be under pressure and breakdowns on recent winners are piling up.



The news from Europe continues to be relentlessly negative. It undermines any bounce attempt, however short lived.

The sentiments continues to be bullish. All in all a weak market trying to hold its recent gains.

Situational Awareness

Posted on 12/15/2011


Market currently in down swing on smaller time frame. n larger timescale stuck in range.
For over a year the market is range bound. Rallies have an average duration at best of 2 weeks.
While it is possible a bounce might develop in year end as of now unless you see breadth day (300 plus day to upside on 4% b/o) it is still not a market to be aggressively long. Same thing applies to short side.

William O'Neil Setups

Posted on 12/13/2011

William O'Neil Setups

Historical precedent analysis is the cornerstone of William O'Neils effort.
Study what has worked in history and look for similar stocks+setups in today's market.
O'Neil also detailed vehicle selection strategy. Which Livermore just alluded to.
O'Neil also added market timing to the setup idea and created detail guidelines for market timing.

William O'Neil setup: cup with handle

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Most commonly found setup in stocks with momentum/growth

William O'Neil setup: cup with handle

For each element of the setup O'Neil has detailed guidelines. For example the first leg should be up at least 30%. During that period stock should have improved its relative strength v/s market and should have substantial volume increase during the move compared to its average 50 day volume.
If you read O'Neil book in detail , it will give you detailed guidelines for every element of a setup.
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Dan Zanger has said it many times that he has read O'Neil book 100 times before he got every thing in it and he still continues to read it every few weeks.
I always buy 5 to 10 copies of O'Neil book when new edition comes in. Whenever some neighbor or some acquaintance approaches me asking for advice on market I give them a copy to read telling them this is very important book and my only copy. And tell them once you read it come back, and we can discuss. In the book you will find method which can make you lot of money. So far I have never got the book back from anyone of the people I game it to and most do not come back also.

William O'Neil setup: double bottom at top of the range

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Double bottom near high is another commonly found setup in momentum/growth stock.

William O'Neil setup: flat base

This is nothing but Darvas box setup. But again O'Neil has added significant details to define it.
These are second stage bases (bases that form after a primary base such as the cup with handle). According to O'Neil a "flat base usually occurs after a stock has advanced 20% or more off a cup with handle pattern". The 'flat base' moves straight sideways in a fairly tight price range for at least five weeks and does not correct more than 10% to 15%.
http://bit.ly/sYsw0k

William O'Neil setup: Square Box base

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The square box base is a quick-gulp consolidation. It can be as short as four weeks. The flat base, by comparison, forms over a minimum of five weeks.
This was introduced by IBD in recent years.

William O'Neil setup: High, tight flags

High, tight flags are rare.
Some chart readers like them because they can be powerful.
The pattern has a flagpole, formed by a rapid advance. It has a flag, shaped by a modest correction.
It is formed when a stock surges about 100% to 120% in four to eight weeks. That's the pole.
Then it corrects 10% to 20% in three to five weeks. That's the flag.
The ideal buy point is the high of the pattern plus 10 cents.
Essentially yet another continuation pattern , Darvas box kind pattern in high momentum stocks.
http://bit.ly/rM5m06

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It is only for those who want to develop their own self sufficient trading method. It is not a stock picking service. It is service for you to build your own scans and trading method to have your own daily pick based on your method.

Be warned it will take you time to learn to trade. Learning to trade is difficult art and unless you are willing to spend months or years to perfect your strategy and also develop your mental edge you are unlikely to succeed in this game. Unless you understand that no site, no service, and no mentoring is going to work.

Why traders come to stockbee?

The member site is one of the most recommended site for learning to trade by other traders and bloggers. You will see no advertising, no hard marketing, no promotions, no free offers, no affiliate marketing, no incentive to other bloggers to promote the site, no constant twits self promoting the site, no free trial  and no tall claims of making you instantly wealthy, and yet the site attracts new  members everyday. Members come from all walks of life and all kinds of trading size and trading styles.

You will see that many trading bloggers have been using my market timing methods, scans , stock ranking lists and chart templates. They have developed their own methods based on my methods. Many paid newsletter site recommend my site to their subscriber for learning about trading and market.

Over the years thousands of traders have been members and those who benefited from the learning talk about the site to others or talk about the methods used and that is how new members learn about the site.





What will I learn in the members site?

The members site will give you in depth understanding to develop your own trading method. The emphasis is on making you self sufficient and confident of your own trading method and style.

As a member you will learn the basics of swing trading, momentum investing, growth investing and risk management.

You will learn about Stockbee Trend Intensity Breakouts method that uses momentum based swing trading to find 3 to 5 day swing trades for 8 to 40% profit.

You will learn about Stockbee Episodic Pivots Breakout method which uses Post Earnings Announcement Drift (PEAD) to find stocks that had a game changing earnings and that are likely to rally for 3 months to 12 months.

You will learn about  Stockbee Dollar Breakout method that uses momentum, range expansion and swing trading approach to find 5 to 40 dollar moves in high priced stocks.

You will learn about  Stockbee Lemonade Strategy for 401k which uses market timing and momentum to invest in 401k. You will get weekly update on how I am using the strategy on our 401k to do allocation decision.

You will learn about Stockbee Market Monitor method for market timing using breadth. It allows you to avoid risky periods in market and allows you to identify market turns. It is used for 401k allocation decisions.

You will learn about Stockbee Double Trouble method to find stock with confirmed upside momentum using anchored momentum and that are likely to continue their up move.

You will learn about Stockbee Night Time is Right Time method to find news catalyst based trade ideas for short term day trade and swing trade.

You will learn about Investor's Business Daily’s IBD 200 list and how it can be used to find swing trading candidates for explosive moves.

You will learn about Telechart 2000 and how to use it effectively to scan for swing and position trade ideas and to set up your 401k strategy.

You will learn about Jesse Livermore Range Breakout, Darvas Box setup, and many other member shared methods.

You will learn how to set up your own scans, select right kind of stocks, how to set up stops, when to enter , when to exit, how much to risk, how to track your trades and all other details about trading. You will learn about developing your own methods and not relying on others for trade ideas.

The site has hundreds of videos and trading methods and variation of methods. Members help each other in developing the methods and share actively their research and finding. A collaborative spirit allows you to get input from others on your trading ideas or problems.

The site gives you opportunity to interact with some of the most successful traders and learn from them about their trading methods. It is a vibrant community with members from different background and experience willing to help each other. The emphasis is on continuous learning and up gradation of market knowledge and setup knowledge. The members range from hedge fund employees, financial advisers, active swing traders, investors and new traders.

If you are looking to develop your own trading strategy the membership site might be for you. You have to be willing to put in the effort to build your own method. There are no silver bullets offered on members site. Every method, every scan, every nuance is detailed and all possible help is offered to design your own method.

Do you have a trial?

If you are just looking for trial you are better off trying thousands of other trading sites that offer free trial or one month trial and offer you promise of riches.

It is for those who are ready beyond the trial phase and ready to put serious months or years  of efforts to learn to trade on their own. It is for those who want to learn to find their own fish.

The free blog has all the details about the methods I trade and if you go through the posts highlighted in the sidebar you will learn about them.



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There is lot of non specific advice in the market

Posted on 12/12/2011


There is lot of non specific advice in the market like follow the trend , buy high sell high and many other rules. But for a new trader those things are not much of a use because it does not solve his problem of how. 
How do I find strong stocks or trending stocks. How do I buy high sell high. That how is important. That is the real meat. 
To go from rules or general advice to specific plan you need a specific step by step guide. Good setups provide you that. They answer the question what 4 or 5 things should I do if I am to follow your non specific advice buy higher and sell higher. They answer the question how do I calculate relative strength. How do I find precise buy points. Or what should be the volume on breakout day. In short a good setup provides you a template for trading. That is extremely valuable to a new trader.
That ability to break down a setup in to trading method is where lot of struggle is in learning to trade. It is the nuts and bolts of the trading business that are difficult. Conceptually you can get a setup by reading about it but to convert to step wise instruction for yourself is where the gap is.
Once you find your first fully developed template or design it yourself, you climb a major mountain. Because then you can create hundreds of iterations to improve on your prototype method or you can use the learning to design other setup ideas.
Let us say if you read the book on market breadth, it has lot of good ideas or concepts but it does not have tradable setup templates. How do I actually use the breadth on day to day basis is not something it provides. That leap from a setup concept to a workable setup you have to do yourself.
Market Monitor is a setup which I developed from scratch after reading about market breadth and how others were using the breadth. It has step wise how to do it. That is why you will see so many members and past members have taken that template and created their own setup around it. Same is true of STIB. 
So when you are new trader or struggling trader and looking for setups look for setup template rather than non specific rules.


Reproduced from the Stockbee members site. On the members site there is more extensive discussion on these setups and how to set them up in Telechart. 

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Shorten your learning curve

Posted on 12/09/2011

As I have been re reading many of these books on trading for the setup selection series, some of the things stands out. All these people were very ordinary people. They did not have much money when they started trading , but once they cracked the setup and built a method around the setup in few years they had made huge amount of money.
They were very much like most members/readers around here. They did not instantly became successful. They struggled, tried different setups, tried different time frames , and through that process they found their setup. All of them found their setup through empirical studies. Most of them took 3 to 10 years to put together all elements of trading before they really found success.
If you build on their experience, hopefully you will have shorter learning curve. But still you will need to persevere. Lot of traders try trading for few months or a year or so and if they do not immediately find success they give up.

Reproduced from the Stockbee members site. On the members site there is more extensive discussion on these setups and how to set them up in Telechart. In last 2 weeks there  are over 300 posts on setups on members site. 

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Gary Kaltbaum setup

Posted on 12/08/2011

Gary Kaltbaum  setup

GK is a O'Neil follower. He is money manager and has a popular radio show where he talks about stocks.
Essentially his basic idea is same but it took him 10 years to become profitable. In 1990's he undertook a systemic study on Wall Street's most successful traders and investors in last 100 years. That is how he stumbled across William O'Neil approach.
He trades a simplified O'Neil method. You will find couple of nuances that are different. He found through his research that the most reliable pattern for explosive moves is a stock that often moves sideways for a long period of time before it makes a strong move higher (or lower)
He buys breakout on such stocks if they have massive volume on b/o day. He defines long base as a base with at least 8 weeks sideways base.
His method in short:
1 identify 8 week or more duration base. Longer the base better it is. Flatter the base better it is (Darvas box remember)
2 Look for short term tightening of the trading range for 3 to 7 days near high of the base.
3 watch for a buy on breakout above range high.
4 volume on b/o day should be 3 times average 30 day volume for small and mid cap and above 1.5 times for large cap.
For working people this is a simpler approach to trading momentum/growth stock instead of going in to lot of complexities.
His site is : http://garyk.com/
His book is : The Investor's Edge

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Jack Dreyfus Setup

Posted on 12/07/2011

Jack Dreyfus Setup

Jack Dreyfus is considered as one of the most successful mutual fund manager of his time. The Dreyfus Fund returned 604 percent from 1953 to 1964, compared with 346 percent for the Dow index during the same period. When he ran the fund, he beat the next best fund by 102 percentage points.
He bought all his stocks based on market action, and only when the price broke to new highs off sound chart patterns on high volume. 
His setup idea was similar to Livermore or Darvas. Buy stocks near high not low and buy after a sideways move near high. 
When asked why he bought stocks near 52 week high he replied: "I just saw the patterns. The same things happened over and over again."
He was always looking for momentum stocks. He summarized his philosophy as: "If you've got an escalator that's going up, you're better of betting on an individual on that escalator than on an individual on an escalator that's going down."
William O’Neil, was an avid student of Dreyfus when he was young. He used to study the quarterly reports of the Dreyfus fund and examine how the stocks were purchased. He would mark the new positions the fund made during the quarter in red ink on the price charts in order to see if there were any hidden buying strategies of the fund. 
After looking into the purchases of Dreyfus for several years, O’Neil had a stunning discovery that all stocks were purchased at new highs, i.e. if a stock had been trading between $20 and $25, then Dreyfus would have bought it when the price broke into a new high at about $25.5. In addition, O’Neil also found that almost all the stocks bought by the fund had strong increases in their quarterly earnings reports. By following this strategy, Dreyfus was conquering every one of his competitors who followed a “traditional” approach of fundamental analysis and “buy low, sell high”. It is clear that Dreyfus had a simple belief: he only wanted to buy strong stocks with momentum.
How did Dreyfus found the pattern. By empirical observation. It is the pattern which shows up again in all big movers.
Dreyfus started his trading career with 20000 loan, he retired trading as a billionaire.
And what was his setup idea ?

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Invest in a setup idea....

Posted on 12/06/2011


What do I mean when I say invest in a setup idea.
It means go in to significant detail of the setup idea. In order to make a setup work you need to really internalize the setup and make it part of you.
That means studying historically how the setup worked. Studding 1000, 5000, 10000 past instances of the setup ideas. And then from that derive leanings. That process is what is the key to building a long term edge in trading a setup.
When Livermore had a setup idea, he would go back in to his price records and see how it worked in past. He would always have a pad and pencil next to his bed according to his biography. If some setup idea hit him in the night , he would write it down and then next day he would research it.
A good example of investing in setups is Mark Minervini. He trades a setup similar to setup we discussed in Livermore setups in concept term. But what he has done is to go in to significant and when I say significant it is really beyond extra ordinary efforts. He has gone back in to history and studied the range breakout setup in nanoscopic detail. He has studied every stock that made big move in history. After studying it on every single technical factor, volume factor, pattern factor, eps, p/e., margin, analyst estimates and you name it, he has found patterns that are unique. He has created his own taxonmoy to classify and name those setup. And then he built a vast databse of these setups and how stocks perform post these setups. Based on that historical study he finds setups in current market. The setup ideas he found are unique and not in public domain. But the only way he could find it was because he invested extra ordinary man hours in to the setup idea. That is the secret behind his SEPA methodology.
If you invest significantly in setup idea you will find unique patterns and nuances that others have not found.
William O'Neil did same thing. And many other traders do that.
The effort makes them expert on their setup and when trading the same setup in current market they can instantly in their mind compare the setup to 20000 or 50000 past setup.
This is like chess grand master. Scientist have studied the brains of grand master and what they found is a grand master when making a move can compare the current state of the game to 50000 or more past games.A grand master in his mind instantly can look at a move of opponent and see how the game will unfold over next 20 to 30 moves, while novice looks at only 2-3 possible moves.
As against that most novice traders will abandon a setup if it does not work for 2 to 3 trades. Instead of investing in one setup idea for long period of time they flirt from setup to setup.
Significant investment in setup ideas is a recurring theme in every successful traders biography.
Most of us are not born traders.There are some who can instinctively get a setup idea in few minutes or weeks but most of us are duffers when we get in to trading. The solution to us duffers is to put in significant effort and then our game will improve.
So if you are serious about trading Livermore or Darvas setup or STIB, or EP or any other setup, invest significant effort in to understanding and internalizing that setup.
There is no other short cut to that....
Unless you understand that you will continue to chase others ideas or recommendations and never have confidence in your own setups.....

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It’s All About The Setup – The Key To Consistent Profits

Posted on 12/05/2011
Every day I see so many trade ideas on Twitter/Stocktwits, the financial media, free emailed stock ideas, blogs etc. The list is endless. With all these great ideas, why aren’t all traders rich and making money. All we have to do is trade those ideas. Why do many fail and lose. The answer is that most technical traders do not have a day in and day out process with a defined setup or setups that they focus on consistently. Most traders are continually looking for the next undiscovered indicator, the next holy grail or just plain following who they perceive as the new hot hand. They never take the time to define their own setup, their own business plan and run their trading as their own business.
By Lasertrader

Read the entire post it goes in to details of setup selection.

Jesse Livermore 3 point range breakdown failure setup


Jesse Livermore 3 point range b/d failure setup

One of the setup Livermore used was a failed range breakdown setup. If a stock tired to breakdown below long term range and then reversed and went up 3 points or more he would buy the stock.
The same idea applies on short side. A stock breaks out of range and then fails and goes down 3 point then it is short.
How can you find such setups.

Jesse Livermore b/d failure setup

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In this range bound market you will find lot of these kind of setups. Because breakouts as well as breakdowns keep failing.

Setups are fractal in nature.
If you are day trader you will find several setups like this on intraday basis. A stock breaks down and then quickly reverses and makes sharp move and same thing happens on long side.
B/o failure setups are very common.....

Jesse Livermore Setups

1 b/o to 52 week high
2 Round number pivots
3 IPO range breakout
4 New low /new high b/o failure setup
His primary setup idea was longer term range breakout. He was primarily a position trader when he made the big money (first 10 years or so in his career he was scalper/day trader)
He believed real money is made in big moves. And his setup choices reflected that.
In conclusion his primary setup idea was range breakout. The variation of range breakout failure still was based on his primary setup ideas. IPO b/o is again a variation of his basic range b/oi idea.
You will find that most trader trade only one basic setup. They become master at it. And wait for favorable market for that setup.
It is possible to develop 100 or more setup ideas but to trade them successfully you need to master each of them. Most traders don't do that. They specilaze in few setups.

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Livermore Setup

Posted on 12/02/2011


Yesterday we looked at three of his setups:

1 b/o to 52 week high

2 Round number pivots

3 IPO range breakout

Today we will look at more of his setups.

His primary setup idea was longer term range breakout. He was primarily a position trader when he made the big money (first 10 years or so in his career he was scalper/day trader)

He believed real money is made in big moves. And his setup choices reflected that.

Yesterday on the members site there were 30 posts on Livermore setup and its nuances. I am not going to reproduce every one of them. But if you are serious about understanding setup language you should get in to significant details of each setup. 

Livermore Round number Pivots Setup


Livermore Round number Pivots Setup

"Many years ago I began profiting from the simplest type of Povot point Trades. Frequently I had observed that when a stock sold at 50, 100, 200,and even 300, a fast and straight movement almost invariably occurred after such pivot s were passed"
This is the simplest of Pivot point sertup and it works well in very bullish or bearish stock or bullish or bearish market.
Swing trade setup.
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Jesse Livermore new high breakout setup example 2


Jesse Livermore new high breakout setup example 2

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Are you serious about your trading?

If you are serious about your trading and want to build an enduring edge the Stockbee Member site might help you. Members tell me they have tried lot of things before coming to my site and it has offered them the most extensive and detailed methods to swing and position trade.

It is only for those who want to develop their own self sufficient trading method. It is not a stock picking service. It is service for you to build your own scans and trading method to have your own daily pick based on your method.

Be warned it will take you time to learn to trade. Learning to trade is difficult art and unless you are willing to spend months or years to perfect your strategy and also develop your mental edge you are unlikely to succeed in this game. Unless you understand that no site, no service, and no mentoring is going to work.

Why traders come to stockbee?

The member site is one of the most recommended site for learning to trade by other traders and bloggers. You will see no advertising, no hard marketing, no promotions, no free offers, no affiliate marketing, no incentive to other bloggers to promote the site, no constant twits self promoting the site, no free trial  and no tall claims of making you instantly wealthy, and yet the site attracts new  members everyday. Members come from all walks of life and all kinds of trading size and trading styles.

You will see that many trading bloggers have been using my market timing methods, scans , stock ranking lists and chart templates. They have developed their own methods based on my methods. Many paid newsletter site recommend my site to their subscriber for learning about trading and market.

Over the years thousands of traders have been members and those who benefited from the learning talk about the site to others or talk about the methods used and that is how new members learn about the site.





What will I learn in the members site?

The members site will give you in depth understanding to develop your own trading method. The emphasis is on making you self sufficient and confident of your own trading method and style.

As a member you will learn the basics of swing trading, momentum investing, growth investing and risk management.

You will learn about Stockbee Trend Intensity Breakouts method that uses momentum based swing trading to find 3 to 5 day swing trades for 8 to 40% profit.

You will learn about Stockbee Episodic Pivots Breakout method which uses Post Earnings Announcement Drift (PEAD) to find stocks that had a game changing earnings and that are likely to rally for 3 months to 12 months.

You will learn about  Stockbee Dollar Breakout method that uses momentum, range expansion and swing trading approach to find 5 to 40 dollar moves in high priced stocks.

You will learn about  Stockbee Lemonade Strategy for 401k which uses market timing and momentum to invest in 401k. You will get weekly update on how I am using the strategy on our 401k to do allocation decision.

You will learn about Stockbee Market Monitor method for market timing using breadth. It allows you to avoid risky periods in market and allows you to identify market turns. It is used for 401k allocation decisions.

You will learn about Stockbee Double Trouble method to find stock with confirmed upside momentum using anchored momentum and that are likely to continue their up move.

You will learn about Stockbee Night Time is Right Time method to find news catalyst based trade ideas for short term day trade and swing trade.

You will learn about Investor's Business Daily’s IBD 200 list and how it can be used to find swing trading candidates for explosive moves.

You will learn about Telechart 2000 and how to use it effectively to scan for swing and position trade ideas and to set up your 401k strategy.

You will learn about Jesse Livermore Range Breakout, Darvas Box setup, and many other member shared methods.

You will learn how to set up your own scans, select right kind of stocks, how to set up stops, when to enter , when to exit, how much to risk, how to track your trades and all other details about trading. You will learn about developing your own methods and not relying on others for trade ideas.

The site has hundreds of videos and trading methods and variation of methods. Members help each other in developing the methods and share actively their research and finding. A collaborative spirit allows you to get input from others on your trading ideas or problems.

The site gives you opportunity to interact with some of the most successful traders and learn from them about their trading methods. It is a vibrant community with members from different background and experience willing to help each other. The emphasis is on continuous learning and up gradation of market knowledge and setup knowledge. The members range from hedge fund employees, financial advisers, active swing traders, investors and new traders.

If you are looking to develop your own trading strategy the membership site might be for you. You have to be willing to put in the effort to build your own method. There are no silver bullets offered on members site. Every method, every scan, every nuance is detailed and all possible help is offered to design your own method.

Do you have a trial?

If you are just looking for trial you are better off trying thousands of other trading sites that offer free trial or one month trial and offer you promise of riches.

It is for those who are ready beyond the trial phase and ready to put serious months or years  of efforts to learn to trade on their own. It is for those who want to learn to find their own fish.

The free blog has all the details about the methods I trade and if you go through the posts highlighted in the sidebar you will learn about them.



How can I become a member?

To sign up go to www.stockbee.biz and follow the sign up process. The site uses Paypal for payment processing.