Dow Mini Training Room

Welcome to our online room for day traders of the E-mini Dow (“Dow Mini”) futures market. Here, you don’t have to struggle with chart settings from other markets or wonder whether the strategies presented will work with the Dow Mini. Learn to make money in a single market and reduce your trading anxiety!

In other rooms, you sit and listen to a commentator. You don’t really know for sure whether your trading skills will improve or whether you will be profitable in the long run. Because we truly care that you learn to trade better, our teaching approach emphasizes dialogue. Through ongoing question-and-answer, you learn to day trade by talking your way through the process and making the right decisions in a guided manner.

To ensure a high level of quality, we work with a small number of people at one time. We offer intensive exposure to Dow Mini trading designed to get you on your feet in a reasonable amount of time. For maximum benefit, you should possess a basic understanding of technical analysis and some familiarity with day trading.

THE SECOND EDITION of Day Trading the Dow Mini: A Practical Guide for Market Participation was written for serious part-time and full-time traders. It is the only book available that is devoted exclusively to Dow Mini trading. Since room instruction is intended to demonstrate the usefulness of book material in the market, we require that you purchase the book prior to registration. Indicators discussed in the book are found in most standard charting packages.

ROOM SCHEDULE

Brightstar Fun Money Clinic
This clinic helps participants to become grounded in the concepts, methods, and money-management techniques presented in Day Trading the Dow Mini: A Practical Guide for Market Participation (2nd ed.). Emphasis is placed upon spotting good trades, staying away from questionable market conditions, and developing consistency as a necessary foundation for all profitable trading. The Fun Money Program found in the book serves as the basis for trading with a daily goal of three successful trades and monetary targets of $90-$165 using a one-contract position size.* Instruction is tailored to accommodate existing clinic participants and market conditions.

Participants:  Open to individuals who purchase the book.
Dates: 
January 2-31, 2019
Time: 
8:00–10:30 a.m. (Central time)
Session time may be extended to 11:00 a.m. if market movement is noticeably dynamic.
Fee:  $299 USD
If you register for this clinic before December 1, you will receive a $20 USD discount. Space is extremely limited. So, register early to reserve your spot.

Brightstar Expense Money Clinic
Advanced application of book concepts, methods, and money-management techniques are introduced with an emphasis upon increased risk tolerance. The Expense Money Program found in the book serves as the basis for trading with a daily goal of three successful trades and monetary targets of $205-$280 using a two-contract position size.* Instruction
is tailored to accommodate existing clinic participants and market conditions, and covers some aspects of day trading not found in the book.

Participants:  Open to (1) clients who participated in the Brightstar Fun Money Clinic or (2) experienced traders who purchase the book and receive advance permission from the instructor.
Dates: 
To be scheduled
Time:  8:00–10:30 a.m. (Central time)
Session time may be extended to 11:00 a.m. if market movement is noticeably dynamic.
Fee:  $399 USD

REGISTRATION

All room participants must register. Please click the “Register” button below and complete the form. During the registration process, you may be asked to provide information from your order receipt to indicate that you purchased Day Trading the Dow Mini: A Practical Guide for Market Participation (2nd Edition). Once we receive your form information, we will send you further instructions about room access.

Register

Sill not convinced? Read what participants say about our services on the testimonials page. You may also contact us directly with questions.


*Educational guidance for improving trade performance is not advisory in nature and should not be construed as an inducement to make funded trades in the clinic. If participants decide to trade with a funded account rather than in simulation, they do so solely at their own discretion.