Author: Robert Deel
Robert Deel developed the Enhanced Tactical Allocation Portfolio Strategies methodology. This tactical diversification system is designed for serious traders and for professionals who want protective diversification without incurring a serious impact on their total return. Robert also developed the DDRL (Direction, Discipline, Risk, and Leverage) equation.
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What is the Runaway Gaps Strategy?
This equation examines your personal trading ability and methodology. It pinpoints your individual problem areas (such as selection, timing, risk management, or money management) and can help you ascertain how much leverage you should use. Robert is also training short-term traders and day traders to trade using electronic trading and technical analysis. Robert has appeared on television and radio. In 1998, Wiley & Sons published his new book, Trading the Plan. Wiley also published his second book, Short-Term TradingThe Equities Market, in 1999. Most battles are won or lost in the preparation and strategy before the first shot is fired.
A carefully planned course of action, which takes into consideration the available resources and includes contingency plans for the possible responses of the opponents, is the trademark of a superior general.
How do we know he is a superior general?
Because he wins! How do we recognize a superior trader? He (or she) consistently makes money. Why do so many traders insist on shooting from the hip? Sure, they may get off a lucky shot or two, but in the end the marksman who knows his or her weapon and takes the time to aim it is far more likely to hit the target and to hit it consistently. Remember, in the zero sum game of trading the markets, if you are not the marksman, you are the target! In this session, Robert teaches you tested step-by-step techniques with real-world and up-to-date examples that help you design and implement a successful trading strategy. You will learn how to judge whether or not a target is viable, how to take aim, and when to pull the trigger.