Download Toni Hansen – Mastering Momentum Gaps

Toni Hansen - Mastering Momentum GapsWould you like to learn the stock selection tactics that allow professionals to pull tens of thousands, even hundreds of thousands of dollars, out of the market in only matter of 2-3 hours per day?

Traders who specialize in trading the market gaps gain instant access to the most volatile, and hence the most lucrative, stocks every day. Gap traders are not held hostage by the daily up and down movements of the overall market, nor by the whim of policy makers in Washington.

Better yet, trading momentum gaps requires no overnight scanning and you can easily come in, trade the opening momentum, and be done with your trading day in under two hours

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.

A number of different types of gaps have been written about or presented to traders to various degrees in a number of forums over the years. Anyone can learn the basic definition of a “breakaway gap”, for instance, by performing a simple key phrase search online. While these articles and seminars are useful in helping you to learn the terminology of some of the most popular ways to approach gap trading, often offering you all sorts of statistics on gap closures, percentages, etc., they tend to be less helpful when it comes to taking this data and making it work as viable strategies which stand the test of time.

As those of you who frequent my chatroom on a regular basis can attest to, I typically identify stocks early on that end up among the top performers for the day on an intraday basis for both upside and downside biases. Many of these go on to have strong multi-day moves as well, offering opportunities for swingtraders in addition to pure daytrading action. Other veteran traders in my room also post these watch stocks throughout the day to keep an eye on. For daytraders this also offers a way to build a watch list to focus upon throughout the week following the gap.

In this course, I will share with you not only a core understanding of gaps, but also how to scan for and identify the best ones within minutes of the open each day. I will then proceed to show you top strategies based upon the analysis of the gaps and intraday price action that will allow you to position yourself into the strongest stocks early on in the session.

Since many traders in the U.S. equities market are based in Europe , this ability to focus upon the opening price action can allow them to be finished with a nice day of trade under their belt in just a few hours time. Even when I can only stop in for the afternoon, however, I use the same scanning and identification strategies to locate the best continuation and reversal moves in the afternoon as well.

In the process of sharing with you my favorite techniques, I will deliver information on how to time early entries, accurately place stops, how to predict targets, as well as how to time exits on the positions. The class will include actual trade examples and I will even show you setups that “looked” ideal at first glance and yet still failed. Even though I will impart with you my favorites, the class will show you how a setup is analyzed to help you develop and modify your own gap strategies tailored to your individual risk tolerances.


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

24. Exhaustion Gaps

25. Example of an Exhaustion Gap

26. Momentum Shifts Intraday 1

27. Momentum Shifts Intraday 2

28. Intraday Action 1

29. Intraday Action 2

30. Intraday Action 3

31. Intraday Action 4

32. Gap Clusure and Continuation

33. Scanning for Ideal Gaps

34. Intraday News

35. Index Futures Gaps



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