3 Scalp Trades During Low Volatility

This site is entirely about price action and frankly, there hasn’t been much of it when trading the E-Mini S&P the last couple of months. Times like this require drastic measures: scalp trading.

Actually, learning to scalp trade is quite easy and it can be used with any market despite volatility levels. A few scalp trades (as shown in this “3×3 video” – three separate trades for three ticks each) is the best way to trade during a relatively flat market.

Where can you learn such day trading techniques? Well, you can start with the free Trade Scalper webinar held on Nov. 11 from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. EST. Opt-in to the registration on the TS page to receive a link to the webinar. From there, consider enrolling in the course to learn all of the scalping methods. It’s better than losing your shirt by not knowing the proper rules to enter the market for scalping.

Here’s a couple summarized tips from the video:
– Keep your profit targets and stops in place – don’t move them – no slippage.
– Use a 1-minute chart (remember, smaller time frame = scalping!)

See more scalping videos at the Trade Scalper website (click the image):

Scalp Trading Secrets

Price action scalp trading – ever heard of it? Learning to scalp trade is an essential skill for any day trader. It can be used at any time of the day; even on days of low volatility. That’s because the trades are based on subtle price movements.

As the instructor of the Trade Scalper course, John Paul demonstrates how to trade for three ticks in this video:

This is just the tip of the iceberg – learn more in the upcoming free webinars:
Thurs. Nov. 4 at 7:00 pm EST to 8:00 pm EST
Tues. Nov. 9 at 7:00 pm EST to 8:00 pm EST
Thurs. Nov. 11 at 7:00 pm EST to 8:00 pm EST

Mark these dates on your calendar and head over to the Trade Scalper website to find out more. They offer the first three chapters of the full course for free.

Remember the following when scalp trading:

  • Watch out for slippage when using market orders.
  • Keep your stops and profit targets where they are. Only change them if you’re exiting a trade.