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Winborn Traders Professional Trader Mentoring Program

The Professional Trader Mentoring Program is a comprehensive 17-session one-on-one mentoring program designed to move your trading dramatically forward.
The Professional Trader Mentoring Program starts with 17 one-hour one-on-one Foundation Meetings over the Internet with Payman. These exciting video meetings are recorded so you can review what has been covered as often as you want.
  • The Course Manual - Your training begins with this masterfully written document. The entire course material is covered in detail that clearly demonstrate every part of the methodology. It's in PDF format so you can start your training almost immediately.
  • The Training Videos  -  In 17 one-hour Foundation Meetings over the Internet using Webex, I teach the trader how to think, trade and handle his capital like a professional trader. First, I make an assessment of a trader’s experience and his challenges. Next, we go through a syllabus of presentations designed to teach the trader exactly what he needs to do to become a successful professional trader. Together, the trader and I develop a detailed written trading plan that clearly identifies set-ups, sizing, risk and loss limits, as well as strategies to exploit winning trades and maximize winning days. The Foundation Meetings are recorded and the trader can confidentially review the meetings and the concepts presented as many times as he likes, whenever he wants.
  • The Trading Room - Professional mentoring is crucial while you are mastering the Winborn Traders method. While you are in the trading room, you'll see students from all over the world following Payman's calls and commentary. The Trading Room is where all of your training really "comes alive" in the real markets.( Free For 8-Weeks)
  • Unlimited Support - Only you can decide how valuable it is to have unlimited access to your mentor, Payman Winborn, even on weekends. At the end of each day, all emails are answered in detail, all phone calls are returned promptly and you will never have a question or concern that does not get addressed immediately. Our students agree that the value here is immeasurable and critical to any trader's overall success.

The cost of the above mentioned Professional Trader Mentoring Program is $5,500

Professional Traders Mentoring Program


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    Introduction:
    Stock Market
    A stock market or equity market is a public (a loose network of economic transactions, not a physical facility or discrete) entity for the trading of company stock (shares) and derivatives at an agreed price; these are securities listed on a stock exchange as well as those only traded privately.
    The size of the world stock market was estimated at about $36.6 trillion at the start of October 2008.The total world derivatives market has been estimated at about $791 trillion face or nominal value, 11 times the size of the entire world economy. The value of the derivatives market, because it is stated in terms of notional values, cannot be directly compared to a stock or a fixed income security, which traditionally refers to an actual value. Moreover, the vast majority of derivatives 'cancel' each other out (i.e., a derivative 'bet' on an event occurring is offset by a comparable derivative 'bet' on the event not occurring). Many such relatively illiquid securities are valued as marked to model, rather than an actual market price.
    The stocks are listed and traded on stock exchanges which are entities of a corporation or mutual organization specialized in the business of bringing buyers and sellers of the organizations to a listing of stocks and securities together. The largest stock market in the United States, by market capitalization, is the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). In Canada, the largest stock market is the Toronto Stock Exchange. Major European examples of stock exchanges include the Amsterdam Stock Exchange, London Stock Exchange, Paris Bourse, and the Deutsche Börse (Frankfurt Stock Exchange). In Africa, examples include Nigerian Stock Exchange, JSE Limited, etc. Asian examples include the Singapore Exchange, the Tokyo Stock Exchange, the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, the Shanghai Stock Exchange, and the Bombay Stock Exchange. In Latin America, there are such exchanges as the BM&F Bovespa and the BMV.
    Futures Market
    A futures exchange or futures market is a central financial exchange where people can trade standardized futures contracts; that is, a
     contract to buy specific quantities of a commodity or financial instrument
     at a specified price with delivery set at a specified time in the future. These types of contracts fall into the category of derivatives. Such instruments are priced according to the movement of the underlying asset (stock, physical commodity, index, etc.). The aforementioned category is named "derivatives" because the value of these instruments is derived from another asset class.
    Popular Futures Markets

    Futures markets include index futures like the following :

    • DAX - The primary index future of the DTB (Deutsche Boerse) in Europe
    • CAC40 - The primary index future of MONEP (Euronext Paris) in Europe
    • YM - The mini Dow Jones index future of ECBOT (CME Group) in the US
    • ES - The mini S & P 500 index future of Globex (CME Group) in the US
    and currency futures like the following :

    • EUR - The Euro to US Dollar future of Globex (CME Group) in the US
    • GBP - The British Pound to US Dollar future of Globex (CME Group) in the US
    • CHF - The Swiss Franc to US Dollar future of Globex (CME Group) in the US
    • AUD - The Australian Dollar to US Dollar future of Globex (CME Group) in the US
    and commodity futures like the following :

    • ZG - The 100 troy ounce Gold future of Globex (CME Group) in the US
    • ZI - The 5000 ounce Silver future of Globex (CME Group) in the US
    Futures Contracts
    Futures markets trade futures contracts, which specify that the underlying index, currency, or commodity will be bought or sold for a specific price on a specific date in the future (known as the expiration date). Day traders trade futures contracts to make a profit on the difference between the buying price and the selling price, rather than to ever actually own the underlying commodity. Even so, day traders need to know when the current futures contract will expire, so that they can make sure that they do not have any open positions at that time.
    Futures contracts are traded by both day traders and longer term traders, but also by non traders with an interest in the underlying commodity. For example, a grain farmer might sell a futures contract to guarantee that he receives a certain price for his grain, or a livestock farmer might by a futures contract to guarantee that he can buy his winter feed supply at a certain price. Either way, both the buyer and the seller of a futures contract are obligated to fulfill the contract requirements at the end of the contract term. Day traders are not so concerned about these obligations because they do not keep the futures contract until it expires.
    S&P 500 Index
    The S&P 500 is a free-float capitalization-weighted index published since 1957 of the prices of 500 large-cap common stocks actively traded in the United States. The stocks included in the S&P 500 are those of large publicly held companies that trade on either of the two largest American stock market exchanges: the New York Stock Exchange and the NASDAQ.
    The index focus is U.S.-based companies although there are a few companies with headquarters in and/or incorporated in other countries.
    After the Dow Jones Industrial Average, the S&P 500 is the most widely followed index of large-cap American stocks. It is considered a bellwether for the American economy, and is included in the Index of Leading Indicators. Many mutual funds, exchange-traded funds, and other funds such as pension funds, are designed to track the performance of the S&P 500 index. Hundreds of billions of US dollars have been invested in this fashion.
    The index is the best known of the many indices owned and maintained by Standard & Poor's, a division of McGraw-Hill. S&P 500 refers not only to the index, but also to the 500 companies that have their common stock included in the index. The ticker symbol for the S&P 500 index varies. Some examples of the symbol are ^GSPC,.INX, and $SPX. The stocks included in the S&P 500 index are also part of the broader S&P 1500 and S&P Global 1200 stock market indices.
     E-Mini S&P 500 Futures Contracts:
    E-Mini S&P, often abbreviated to "E-mini" (despite the existence of many other E-mini contracts) and designated by the commodity ticker symbol ES, is a stock market index futures contract traded on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange's Globex  electronic trading platform. The notional value of one contract is US$50 times the value of the S&P 500 stock index.
    It was introduced by the CME on September 9th, 1997, after the value of the existing S&P contract (then valued at $500 times the index, or over $500,000 at the time) became too large for many small traders. The E-Mini quickly became the most popular equity index futures contract in the world. The original ("big") S&P contract was subsequently split 2:1, bringing it to $250 times the index. Hedge funds often prefer trading the E-Mini over the big S&P since the latter still uses the open outcry pit trading method, with its inherent delays, versus the all-electronic Globex system. The current average daily implied volume for the E-mini is over $140 billion, far exceeding the combined traded dollar volume of the underlying 500 stocks.
    Following the success of this product, the exchange introduced the E-mini NASDAQ-100 contract, at one fifth of the original NASDAQ-100 index based contract, and many other "mini" products geared primarily towards small speculators, as opposed to large hedgers.
    In June 2005 the exchange introduced a yet smaller product based on the S&P, with the underlying asset being 100 shares of the highly-popular SPDR Exchange-traded fund. However, due to the different regulatory requirements, the performance bond (or "margin") required for one such contract is almost as high as that for the five times larger E-Mini contract. The product never became popular, with volumes rarely exceeding 10 contracts a day.
    The E-Mini contract trades 23.25 hours a day, five days a week, on the March quarterly expiration cycle.
    what is trading?
    Day trading (and trading in general) is the buying and selling of various financial instruments, such as Futures, Options, Currencies, and Stocks, with the goal of making a profit from the difference between the buying price and the selling price. Day Trading differs slightly from other styles of trading in that positions are rarely (if ever) held overnight or when the market being traded is closed.

    Trading Styles
    There are several different styles of day trading, suited to different day trader personalities. The styles range from short term trading such as scalping where positions are only held for a few seconds or minutes, to longer term swing and position trading where a position may be held throughout the trading day. Most day trading systems have a lot of flexibility, and can have open positions for anywhere from a few minutes to a few hours, depending upon how the trade is doing (whether it is in profit). Some day traders will trade multiple styles, but most traders will choose a single style and only take that type of trade.
    Day trading also has different types of trade, such as trend trades, counter-trend trades, and ranging trades. Trend trades are trades in the direction of the current price movement (i.e. buying if the price is moving up), and counter-trend trades are trades against the direction of the current price movement (i.e. selling if the price is moving up). Ranging trades are trades that go back and forth between two prices, and are used when the market is moving sideways. Most day traders will choose a single type of trade, but some traders will take different types, and choose which one to trade depending upon the current condition of the market.
    In addition to the style and type of day trading, there are other variances between day traders. Some day traders like to make many trades throughout the trading day, while others prefer to wait for what they consider the best conditions for their trade, and perhaps only make one trade per day. However many trades are made, the trading process that is used, and the desired goal of making a profit, are the same.

    Markets For Day Trading
    There are many different financial instruments, or markets, that can be day traded, and they are offered by various exchanges throughout the world. The main types of day trading markets are futures, options, currencies, and stock markets. Within these types, there are groups of markets based on stock indexes (such as the Emini S&P 500,Dow Jones, and the DAX), currency exchange rates (such as the Euro to US Dollar exchange rate), and commodities (such as gold, and oil). Day traders can have access to all of the exchanges and their markets via direct access brokers, so called because they offer direct access to the exchange, which provides faster trade execution at lower cost.
    Futures Day Trading
    Day trading is the process of buying and selling a futures contract(s) within the same day. No open positions are held overnight. Day trades can last for a couple minutes or sometimes they are held for most of the trading session.
    Advantages of Day Trading Futures
    Since there are no positions held overnight, traders can sleep better. There are no open positions to worry about so there will not be any unexpected major losses to wake up to. This is worth noting because very often futures will open at very different prices than they closed at the day before.
    you will learn a lot quicker. If you practice futures trading once a week, you are making fewer trades. So theoretically, the more trades you place, the more you learn, and the more experience you gain trading futures.

    Scalping

    Scalping is a trading style specializing in taking profits on small price changes, generally soon after a trade has been entered and has become profitable. It requires a trader to have a strict exit strategy because one large loss could eliminate the many small gains that the trader has worked to obtain. Having the right tools, such as a live feed, a direct-access broker and the stamina to place many trades is required for this strategy to be successful.

    Advantages of Scalping:

    The main premises of scalping are:

    ·         Lessened exposure limits risk - A brief exposure to the market diminishes the probability of running into an adverse event.

    ·         Smaller moves are easier to obtain - A bigger imbalance of supply and demand is needed to warrant bigger price changes. It is easier for a Emini Futures to make a 1 point ($50) move than it is to make a 10 points ($500) move.

    ·         Smaller moves are more frequent than larger ones - Even during relatively quiet markets there are many small movements that a scalper can exploit.

    A pure scalper will make a number of trades a day, between five and 10 to hundreds. A scalper will mostly utilize one-minute charts since the time frame is small and he or she needs to see the setups as they shape up as close to real time as possible.

    as all of the common scalping strategies are generating so many signals per day and by that the risks are high as well, commissions to broker can quickly add up per transaction fees and we must take care of and it can drive our profits to losses or break even. then it seems we are Broker's employee to make money for them other than individual trader!


    The Basics
    Are you looking for the Strategy that works for trading all financial markets instruments?

    Are you looking for the ways to reduce your losses and increase your profits?

    Are you looking for the way to determine your Stop Loss?

    Are you looking for the time to tradewithlessriskwithout any unexpected pull backs in the markets?

    Are you looking for how to setup your charts and what time frames to watch to benefit from theopportunities to entering to the market at the right time?
    Here is the place that I will share all my knowledge and experiences that I’ve got in the market by spending long time. I have generated a Trading System with  +%85 accuracy that is work in  any market such as Stock, Forex, Futures, Commodities, CFD’s, Options, Global Indices & ETF.

    Whether you are already a trader or interested to start trading in financial markets, you owe to yourself to learn how to avoid losses. Here at Winborn Traders® we will teach you a strategy that has high accuracy for trading all financial markets instruments.


    ES E-Mini S&P 500 Futures Basic Trading Setups


    There are several factors to consider for Trading ES, E-Mini S&P 500  but I am going to compact them in 7 rules:
    1- Type of the Charts
    2- Time Frame
    3- Time to Trade
    4- Price for buy and sell to get filled %100
    5- Where to place your Stop loss orders
    6-Size of the account
    7- Quantity of the Contracts

    1- Type of the Charts
    Most of the successful traders are using candlestick charts, because it will give them clear vision of the market behavior and is easy to analyze. There are several patterns in candlesticks which you can use them for reversal and continuation signals and trade base of them. Remember that the candlesticks patterns are high probability signals not %100 guaranteed. To use them for winning trade you should combine them to some indicators that i will tell you in our Educational courses and show you how to use them together to get %85 accuracy trade signals in all financial markets Instruments.

    2- Time Frame
     If you don't want to lose the opportunities in the market and lose the market movement , you should watch at least 3 time frames together that i will suggest you to use 1 of below packages: A:  5 Min + 15 Min + 1 Hour  Charts              B: 3 Min + 10 Min + 1 Hour Charts you can use the shortest time frame chart ( ES, E-Mini S&P 500 ) for enter and exit decision and middle chart for finding the direction of the market in short term  and longer term. Remember these time frames are best to use for day trading only.

    3- What Time to Trade
    The best time for trading Equity Indices is when the USA stock market is open and during that, the most volatile times are 10:00-12:30 and 14:00-15:30 EST. this is the secret that i am giving you for free and that is: DO NOT TRADE ON THE FIRST  30 MINUTES STOCK MARKET OPENING AND RELEASING MICRO DATA TIME, these 2 times market has no direction and could go anyway that might be against you!

    4- Price for buy and sell to get filled 90%
    To get field your order, buy at .25 and sell at .75 (for example: 1100.25 & 1100.75). These two prices are 90% field in any market condition and i suggest you do not place your orders on .00 and .50 (for example: 1100.50 & 1101.00). For better understanding, if the price is going up and fill your order at .50, be sure that definitely it will fill .75 before pullback.

    5- Where to place your Stop loss orders
    If you are in the right direction of the market, then you should place your stop loss order just 3 ticks below the previous chart in the shortest time frame that you are using. for example if you are using 5-15-60 min time frames , you can place your stop loss order 3 ticks below the previous chart in 5 min time frame and remember the prices which i mentioned in Section no.4 to reject the market noises and protect your account from some regular break. for example when you are in long position and after you calculate 3 ticks below the previous chart for placing stop loss order, if that is 1100.25 better to put the stop at 1099.75  to reject noisy movements.
    Be informed that do not risk more than %3 of your account size in each trade.

    6-Size of the account
    I suggest you if you don't like to lose your money, do not start to trade with less than $10,000. so many brokers are offering to open account with $500, they don't care you and your money they just looking for making money by getting commission from you, so don’t think as the brokers are offering account size as low as $500, you can make money by that and can increase your capital, this is my idea that is wasting the time and money together and is very hard to trade with that size of account.

    7- Quantity of the Contracts  
    As i mentioned earlier you can trade 1 contract by $500 as margin but if you want to make money and be in safe side in the market and reject distress, just place the order base on $2500 as margin. So if your account size is $10000 you can trade only 4 contracts.




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    CFTC RULE 4.41 -HYPOTHETICAL OR SIMULATED PERFORMANCE RESULTS HAVE CERTAIN LIMITATIONS.UNLIKE AN ACTUAL PERFORMANCE RECORD, SIMULATED RESULTS DO NOT REPRESENT ACTUAL TRADING. ALSO, SINCE THE TRADES HAVE NOT BEEN EXECUTED, THE RESULTS MAY HAVE UNDER-OR-OVER COMPENSATED FOR THE IMPACT, IF ANY, OF CERTAIN MARKET FACTORS, SUCH AS LACK OF LIQUIDITY. SIMULATED TRADING PROGRAMS IN GENERAL ARE ALSO SUBJECT TO THE FACT THAT THEY ARE DESIGNED WITH THE BENEFIT OF HINDSIGHT. NO REPRESENTATION IS BEING MADE THAT ANY ACCOUNT WILL OR IS LIKELY TO ACHIEVE PROFIT OR LOSSES SIMILAR TO THOSE SHOWN.

    Day Trading Stocks, Futures and Forex involves substantial risk of loss. Trading is not suitable for all investors or Day Traders.

    U.S. Government Required Disclaimer -Commodity Futures Trading Commission Futures and Options trading has large potential rewards, but also large potential risk. You must be aware of the risks and be willing to accept them in order to invest in the futures and options markets. Don't trade with money you can't afford to lose. This is neither a solicitation nor an offer to Buy/Sell futures, stocks or option son the same. No representation is being made that any account will or is likely to achieve profits or losses similar to those discussed on this website. The past performance of any trading system or methodology is not necessarily indicative of future results.