Darvas Box Method and Strategy For Stocks
and Financial Trading
Learn this unique method of trading that made him one of the most successful traders in the late 1950s!
By Stephen Hoad - Trader, Technical Analyst, Financial Markets Expert, THE STOP HUNTER
You will learn all about Nicolas Darvas and his unique method of trading that turned $10,000 to $2 million in 18 months in the late 1950s! You will learn that his methods can still be used today. You will then be able to apply this strategy approach that we will update to the 'modern' world of trading and apply it across markets (not just stocks) and timeframes. If nothing else, this course will give you a great insight into a very successful 'retail' trader and give you some new tools to add into your trading and investing.
Darvas also taught us a lot about trading psychology, what I like to call 'trading smart thinking', strategy design and implementation and much more. We will study on the course, that can also fundamentally help your trading and investing approach.
The course is for all abilities, but a prior knowledge of Technical Analysis and trading would be advantageous but not essential. You will need a Technical Analysis charting package that allows you to utilise Darvas Box. If you don't have this, don't worry Stephen can point you in the right direction within the course (the free intro Section 1 covers this). If you just want to learn about Darvas Box for purely educational purposes and don't want to apply it practically then you won't need a Technical Analysis charting package.
2 'psychology tests' to see whether you've got the mental strength to be a successful trader!
A trading plan template for you to develop and use in your trading.
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