Can you believe 2018 is gone, just like that?

Yep! And what a year it has been…

A lot was achieved, and a lot was learned.

Now, like for any other year, it’s crucial to reflect on where you were the most and least successful in 2018.  

It’ll make your 2019 goals a lot more REALISTIC and allow you to really focus on what can be improved.

So, join us in this podcast while we go back in time through the year of 2018 and reveal what we learned, achieved and can improve upon, and what you need to know to be ready for 2019!

Here’s what you’ll discover:

  • Tomas’s and Andrew’s biggest trading lessons of 2018, and how they’re applying them to their new year’s goals,
  • What you need to know about the markets before embarking on your trading projects for 2019,
  • How you can be better prepared for a future market crisis,
  • What you can implement in your trading that could help you predict your moves and avoid nasty ones,
  • And much more.

Be positive and make 2019 your best trading year ever!

“The biggest takeaway from last year is position sizing.” - Tomas Nesnidal Share on X “We really need to take see the bigger picture, and not be too focused on single strategies.” - Tomas Nesnidal Share on X “Implement Market Internals. From my perspective, this is a tremendous opportunity to see into the future and be much more ready to slash a lot of really nasty moves and dangers.” - Tomas Nesnidal Share on X “I think that breakout strategies, if well played and well handled, can be a really great tool for 2019 if we see bear markets.” - Tomas Nesnidal Share on X “I think volatility is probably here to stay for a little while.” - Andrew Swanscott Share on X “Be prepared to trade both sides of the market.” - Andrew Swanscott Share on X


– If you’d like to learn more about the Breakout Strategies Masterclass, you can grab more info here.

Do you have any trading questions you’d like answered? Submit them here, and we may cover them in a future episode!

DISCLAIMER: Trading involves significant risk of loss and is not suitable for everyone. People can and do lose money. Hypothetical results have many inherent limitations. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.

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