Consistency & Willingness To Be Wrong Quickly

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Market Technician at Adaptiv, Ian McMillan joins me in this episode to discuss his edge in trading stocks. Ian is one of my favorite Market Technicians because he has a simple, but effective Edge in his Trading and his Edge is something that all traders can implement in their trading (I actually have). In today’s show he shares with us his Edge for Trading the Stock Market and in my final thoughts I use the Russell 2000 Futures as an example on how I have been implementing Ian’s Edge into my trading. Looking forward to reading your comments from this show 🙂 

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If you enjoyed this show be sure to listen to these other episodes:

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Time, Price, Volume, Volatility – Raghee Horner

You Are Your Edge – Steven Goldstein

OODA Loop – Anne-Marie Baiynd

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Trading Election Night & Fundamental Edge – Kushal Thaker

Statistical Edge vs Trading Psychology – Anthony Crudele

Fundamentals in Crude Oil – Samir Madani

Execution is Edge – Anthony Crudele

Creating Statistical Edge – Matt Ratliff

Evolving Your Edge – Chigrl

Linda Raschke’s Edge in Trading- Linda Raschke

Develop Your Edge is a weekly YouTube show hosted by 21-year futures veteran and CME member Anthony Crudele, an ex-pit trader and one of the first to trade the E-Mini S&P. Each week Anthony and his guests discuss what they are doing to Develop Their Edge in trading futures!

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