Andrew Aziz is a Canadian trader, investor, and official Forbes Council member. He has ranked as one of the top 100 best-selling authors on Amazon Books in the category Business and Finance for five consecutive years from 2016 to 2022. Mr. Aziz's book on finance has been published in eight different languages. In 2016, he founded the Bear Bull Traders, an online community of independent traders that offers learning tracks for traders. The program guides members through every step of the trading process and strategy development. The trading courses are based on the strategies discussed in Andrew's best-selling books. In 2021 and 2022, Investopedia and Business Insider ranked Mr. Aziz and Bear Bull Traders as the best online day trading course, with the only community that has clinical psychologists and performance coaches on staff to help traders on that very critical aspect of trading.
Day trading has been extremely volatile in 2021 and 2022, and investors and traders are anxiously awaiting the results of the midterm elections. Every election in a polarized political spectrum such as exists in the United States can affect economic policies as well as the direction of the economy—and not just for the United States. In the past, when the Republicans were in control, the government has favored some sectors and now, with the Democrats in control, other sectors have been favored. That may all change after November eighth. Building a meaningful trading TradeBook, adjusting your risk, and finding the most suitable pockets of volatility are critical tasks for both day traders and swing traders, as market players are continually searching for how best to benefit from volatility and the transfer of capital between sectors. In this webinar, Andrew Aziz will review the trading opportunities in various sectors based on a post-election environment. He will discuss the volatility that unfolded in different sectors following the 2012, 2016, and 2020 US elections, and he will explain how politics and elections can impact the way traders should approach each trade and go about adjusting their risk management strategies.
The 2022 bear market arrived shortly after the retail trading boom of 2020 and 2021. Many new traders had entered the financial markets during the pandemic lockdowns. The fast V-shaped recovery of the financial markets in March 2020 benefited many traders and investors but left many novice traders with the impression that the markets are always easy to trade in. In 2022, the bear market began and brought unseen trading challenges for less-experienced traders. Today, dip buying no longer works and rallies do not hold sufficiently for profit taking. The market rallies in the morning and then dives in the afternoon (or vice versa). Breakouts fail. Moving average crossovers do not function. The chop is dreadful and it becomes hard to determine direction. Traps are everywhere. If you buy, the market goes down; if you sell short, the market goes up. And if you do nothing, you miss out on amazing moves. How do you prevent this bear market from slowly eating your previous years' profits? Andrew Aziz will discuss this critical topic in a webinar geared to help both new and experienced traders benefit from all of this continuing volatility.
How to Day Trade for a Living
Very few careers can offer you the freedom, flexibility and income that active trading does. As a trader, you can live and work anywhere in the world. You can decide when to work and when not to work. You may only answer to yourself. That is the life of a successful day trader; but it is not easy to achieve and very few succeed.