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How Do I Know If Lazy Trading Is Right for Me?

By Rob Colville on March 17, 2017 in

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Myself and our team happily receive questions and inquiries about Lazy Trading every day, and indeed, we strive to answer honestly and completely each one of them. I think it’s because traders today know to do their research before choosing a methodology or trading education provider, in part because there are plenty of choices, and unfortunately, because there are still some unscrupulous ones out there, too.

So while vetting our method, many traders ask questions like, “How do I know Lazy Trading is right for me?” And in doing so, some want to be sure Lazy Trading will suit their needs better than other available methods, while others just want to know that this isn’t some “fly-by-night” operation or scam.

Now, as much as the mere suggestion of that pains me, I know those traders are just trying to protect themselves. That’s why I wanted to write this article, to address what is a persistent concern among new and aspiring traders. So if you’re considering Lazy Trading, here’s how you can be confident that, 1) The methodology will suit your needs and lifestyle, and 2) That it’s a reputable and proven way to successfully trade the markets.     

Lazy Trading Works If You Have Limited Time for Trading

Why Lazy Trading Is Right for YouOne of the foremost benefits of Lazy Trading is that it helps create a better balance between trading and life. There’s no need to spend countless hours scouring charts on every available time frame, or stare at your screens while obsessing over the market’s every tick. That’s why we’re always quick to inform time-strapped individuals that the longer-term nature of Lazy Trading might be what makes this method perfect for them.

Maybe you have a part- or even full-time job, have family obligations, or just prefer to spend your time traveling and enjoying an active lifestyle. Either way, Lazy Trading makes it possible to “work” in the markets from as little as a few minutes a day and still isolate each month anywhere from one to five or more risk-controlled trades for which the probabilities are strongly in your favour.

Want proof? Well, at the time of writing, Lazy Traders had six (6) open positions in various currency pairs and equity indices, a healthy portfolio by any measure, especially when considering that nobody missed a moment’s work or sacrificed any family or leisure time to isolate and trade them.

If You Want More Simplicity and Fewer Indicators

While many available trading methodologies require more extensive technical expertise, or the use of complex or even proprietary indicators, Lazy Trading is much better suited for new and aspiring traders because it only calls for one or a few chart patterns that are common and easy to recognise. Plus, you can trade virtually any market or asset class, use any charting and software package, and choose your own broker.

How simple is it? Well, rather than looking to identify trading opportunities based on complex, multi-wave formations, or the use of multiple indicators, under the tenets of Lazy Trading, you’d be looking for little more than repeatable, single-bar chart patterns such as these:

Lazy Trading Patterns

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The simplicity of these patterns enables even newbies to trade them, and in the process, strip away extraneous information, indicators, and “noise” from the charts. With Lazy Trading, price, simple trend lines, and moving averages are the only tools you need to trade successfully. So if you’re currently struggling while trying to count waves, identify complex patterns and formations, or read multiple indicators, then Lazy Trading may well be right for you!

See related: How to Trade Using Moving Averages

And If You Want Transparency and a Proven Track Record

Lazy Trading Has a Proven Track RecordLastly, and perhaps most importantly, you can place your trust in Lazy Trading, knowing that you’ll have the full support of a dedicated team behind you. This is not a “fad,” or some new or unproven method for trading the markets. Myself and real people work here every day, and will respond to your every inquiry.

Moreover, the above patterns aren’t at all secret; in fact, they have been traded successfully for many decades, long before we came around. But with a five-year track record behind us already, plus the 5+ years that I spent trading for a living before then, this exact strategy has been employed by us since 2007, and has performed in all types of market conditions—even amid the crisis times that doomed many traders and their strategies.

In all, it’s the combination of transparency, longevity, and a proven track record that makes Lazy Trading worth your while. We’ve shown you the patterns and methodology already; these principles have existed in the market for literally decades before; and the consistent performance results generated over the last 10+ years go to show that Lazy Trading worked then, it works today, and it will work in the future as well.

So subject various other trading systems and methodologies to those same standards, because any that are worth your choosing should hold water, even under this degree of scrutiny, and any that aren’t, well, they won’t want to be put to that sort of test.

See also: How to Spot a Forex Scam from Far Away

So if you’ve been considering Lazy Trading, or any other trading system or methodology, hopefully this helps shed some light on the decision you have before you. We sincerely want you to become successful trading the markets, and if you want to see for yourself what Lazy Trading has to offer, how about a no-risk trial membership to get you started? Just click the banner below to claim yours.

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The Lazy Trader is a fund level Forex Trader who trades for no more than ten minutes a day. If you want to learn to trade profitably in his set-and-forget style, have a look at his forex training

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The Lazy Trader is a fund level Forex Trader who trades for no more than ten minutes a day. If you want to learn to trade profitably in his set-and-forget style, have a look at his forex training

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