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Market Making Scalping Manual
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Is this for you?
This manual is not for everyone. Market Making is not for everyone. It is a skill, the manual gives you the knowledge. It is not a “cookie-cutter” guide that you can implement in one day.
- If you don’t know what a bid/offer is or what the spread is, this is not for you.
- This is for people that are willing to put the work in to make the techniques work for them.
- This style of trading does not use price charts at all. If you are looking for a technique that will help with your chart trading, this is not it.
- This style of trading does not use price levels at all. You are simply trading “right now” – but you will need to adjust to volatility.
- There will be days when there is little opportunity.
- This style of scalping is high frequency, 20 or 30 trades and hour would not be uncommon.
- You have to figure out which markets you want to apply this to and at what time of day.
- There are no videos or trade examples in the manual. This is a manual explaining market making techniques so that you can apply them to the market of your choice.
What does it contain?
In short, this manual contains information you can’t get elsewhere. Information on Market Making style of Scalping. It is a short text based manual – hosted on the Jigsaw Members Pages. (It cannot be downloaded, you have to view it from the site). Before converting it to web pages, the eBook was about 55 pages long. The course explains:
- The basic technique of Market Makers.
- What to look for in a trade.
- Using the spread.
- Utilizing Queue Position.
- How to adjust for fast or slow markets.
- How to manage/re-evaluate your trades.
- Trading Chop vs Moves.
- Scratching Trades.
This will require hard work to implement. It did for Gary all those years ago when he started. It has done for his mentorship students. In Gary’s own words “I have written a manual that explains The Principles of Scalping from a market making perspective. It has been written as a stand alone product so there will be no further mentoring or going over videos as I do with personal clients. It will, therefore, be considerably cheaper than the full personal tuition”.