About Marketmind

Hey, I’m James.

I teach people how to trade stocks, commodities, cryptocurrencies – pretty much anything that has a price chart.

An actual pro

I’ve been a hedge fund manager trading and investing $billions for prominent firms for over 20 years. 

But anyone can say that they have experience. Or post screenshots of made-up profits.

That's why I've been posting live trades, with entry and exit prices and timestamps, on my Twitter since 2019. Trade ideas that anyone can verify and all my followers have seen live.

And the trades that I posted gained +80% in 2019 and +75% in 2020 (as of 6/30/20).

I've caught many of the big swings before they happened. All with full explanations of what I was seeing, before the fact.
 
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The Marketmind Mindset

I show people how to use simple tools and basic charts to confidently make buy and sell decisions, even if they're complete beginners. 

My trading style isn't just about charts. I focus on the psychology of trades:  patience, sizing, controlling emotions, being contrarian.  The tools traders really need to be consistent.

I’m all about simplicity.

Ever since the days when I had down-time at work and posted ideas on Yahoo! Stock message boards for fun, I love the idea of leveling out the playing field between big professional traders and the average person.

My goal isn't to just give out picks and trading calls. I want to pass along everything I know about not just charts, but trading psychology and process.

And my core trading philosophy is:

Keep it simple.

Simple charts. Classic technical tools. And a focus on process.

When I’m not trading or making products that teach trading, I’m still doing something that taps into that part of my brain. Gambling, watching sports…gambling on sports. In my content, you’ll see a lot of references to sports, movies and food – my personal passions.    


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