Opening gaps occur when a stock or index opens at a higher or lower price than it settled at the previous day. Momentum gaps are gaps whose nature favors the creation of substantial continuation or reversal patterns following the open, leading to rapid profit potential with minimal risk in a short period of time.
What You Will Learn:
A complete understanding of the different classifications of gaps and which of those have the highest probability for strong momentum moves out of the open, as well as which have the greatest odds of a trend day, and which ones you should avoid entirely.
Market timing techniques designed to get you into and out of the market at the most opportune moments and a system you can use to build confidence and eliminate hesitation.
In depth discussion of the building blocks upon which predictable price patterns are developed.
Extensive training on how to read core price action, WITHOUT having to rely upon any indicators.
Risk management techniques that allow you to conservatively receive at least three times your risk per trade. It is quite common for Toni’s strategies to yield rewards upwards of 10 times the initial risk on gap setups.
1. Introduction 2. Common Gaps 3: Oopening Gaps 4. Causes of Opening Gaps 5. The Fadingof the Gap 6. Breakaway Gaps 7. Types of Breaway Gaps 8. Buyout Gaps 9. Trap Gaps 10. Example of a Trap Gap 11. Pivot Channel Break Gap 12. 2-Wave Gap 13. Variation of 2-way Gap 14. 2-Wave Gap 15. Varation of 2-way Gap 16. 2-Wave Flag Gap 17. Example of a Breakaway Gap 18. Triangle Breakaway Gap 19. Example of Triangle Gaps 20. Example of Bull Flag Gap 21. Flag Gap 22. Runaway Gaps 1 23. Runaway Gaps 2