McBillion Tips for Check List.

  1. Watch the McBillion video course
  2. Print your check list and have it ready
  3. Have your Fibonacci retracements ready on the stocks you are going to trade for the day
  4. Have your DMI top and bottom lines set up on 7m
  5. Remember DEMA crossover is the ALERT
  6. Never chase a gap up or down over the 2-4% range unless the stock is just now coming out from a base or small consolidation are.
  7. Never chase stocks down to sell them short and conversely never overpay and chase a stock higher.
  8. Find a Pattern or Pivot point and enter at the time it exits that consolidation area. Use 7 minute charts to find entry and exit areas
  9. Always enter a trade with directional in your favor, example if you getting short make sure that on 7m chart –DI (minus directional is the lead) if not wait for a crossover.
  10. Exit the trade as soon as you see price coming back inside the pattern (triangle, channel, rectangle.etc) or breaking down your Fibonacci support if you are long or Breaking out you Fibonacci resistance if you are short
  11. Use comfort exits while riding a breakout or breakdown
  1. Enter 50% first and add to position
  2. Don’t risk more that 5-10% on any trade
  3. Practice, practice practice until you became a robot
McBillion Intra-Day Check List
McBillion Day Trade Check List

McBillion Day Trade Check List

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