FREE eBook: Scott Redler's ULTIMATE Guide to Moving Averages

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What You'll Learn

  • How to use 4 specific moving averages to analyze any trend in seconds
  • The biggest myth about moving averages, and why it makes no sense
  • How to use moving averages to trade overpriced, overvalued, and out of control momentum stocks
  • Why moving averages can tell you which news really matters
  • An incredibly simple way to avoid the worst stocks in the market

What Exactly Is In "The Ultimate Guide to Moving Averages?"

Here's what's covered inside this eBook:

  • What is a Moving Average?
  • How Are Moving Averages Calculated?
  • The Biggest Myth About Moving Averages
  • Simple vs. Exponential Moving Averages
  • The Moving Averages I Use
  • Is There REALLY a Difference Between an 8 and 10 Day Moving Average?
  • The Power of the 8 & 21 Day Moving Averages
  • 8 & 21 Day Moving Average Case Study I: The ‘Overvalued’ Beyond Meat (BYND)
  • 8 & 21 Day Moving Average Case Study II: Tesla’s (TSLA) Cybertruck Rally
  • 8 & 21 Day Moving Average Case Study III: The SPY Post-Brexit Classic
  • How I Use the 8 & 21 Day Moving Averages to Manage My Market Exposure
  • How I Use the 50 Day & 200 Day Moving Averages
  • 50 Day Moving Average Case Study: SNAP
  • 200 Day Moving Average Case Study: MJ
  • 200 Day Moving Average Case Study: GLD

So even if you're new to moving averages, you can get tremendous value out of this eBook.

You also get a whopping 6 case studies to help you see how moving averages can help you better navigate the market and individual stocks.

Do Professional Traders Use Moving Averages?

Not all of them!

But Scott Redler, Chief Strategic Officer of T3 Live and T3 Trading Group, LLC, does.

Scott has 20+ years of professional trading experience, and moving averages are a cornerstone of his unique technical analysis methodology. In fact, he can attribute a good portion of his net worth and trading profits to his moving averages work. 

And in "The Ultimate Guide to Moving Averages," you'll learn exactly how Scott uses moving averages in his swing trading, without spending a dime.

Plus, the eBook is jammed with real-world examples so you understand how moving averages work in the real world.

Why Bother With Moving Averages?

We'll be brutally honest with you. Learning moving averages will not make you a millionaire overnight. They are a valuable piece of the puzzle -- not the whole puzzle itself.

But what moving averages can do is give you a simple, easy-to-understand trend analysis framework. Instead of relying on hope and gut instinct, you can sit back and let moving averages help you read the trend. 

Moving averages can also help you understand the news. How many times did you sell at the bottom when bad news hit, only to watch the market take off without you? By understanding moving averages, you can rely on logic instead of your feeling.

What Readers Said...

Scott's eBook led me to look much closer into the 8 & 21 day EMAs and actually helped me to get out before the big coronavirus market crash!

     -Bo from London

 The book was very informative. I have implemented the recommended moving averages on my charts, and they have helped me become more tactical in my trading.

     -Monique from New Jersey

 It was a simple, easy to understand and actionable plan to evaluate decisions in real time. Excellent read!

     -Mark from Alaska

 Scott’s moving averages eBook is easy to understand and follow. It is written in a way that anyone can understand it. It gives you a solid foundation to begin looking at charts and allows you to start trading with basic concepts. I’d recommend this book to any level of trader.

     -Bryan from St. Louis

I think the eBook covers some of the best foundational understanding about how Scott uses moving averages to judge whether we should be in a position or waiting for the right setup.

     -B.I. from Atlanta

I’ve been following Scott from a distance since 2013, then downloaded this eBook. His way of simplifying his indicators i.e. moving averages is easy to understand and implement for traders.

    -Aman from Detroit

I loved it. The PDF is still open on my laptop in fact.

     -Chris from California

It gave me a good tool for removing emotion.

     -Kerry from Alabama

The aforementioned testimonials are made by individual subscribers to Scott’s Redler’s services through T3 Live. The experience of these individuals may not be representative of the experience of other subscribers, like yourself. In addition, the aforementioned testimonials do not guarantee future success by using such services. No consideration was paid to the individuals that submitted these testimonials.

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About Scott Redler

Scott Redler has been a professional trader since 1999.

After 8 years of successful trading, Scott co-founded T3 Companies, LLC in 2007 and began serving as Chief Strategic Officer of both T3 Live and T3 Trading Group.

As the financial crisis began, Scott became a recurring guest on CNBC, repeatedly warning investors of the danger ahead.

Today, Scott remains a professional trader, and regularly appears on CNBC, Bloomberg Television, and Fox Business.

His technical analysis work has been featured by numerous media outlets including the Wall Street Journal, Reuters, MarketWatch, and Investor’s Business Daily, among many others.

Scott has trained traders all around the world, and has appeared in documentaries by the BBC and China’s CCTV-2.

Through Redler All-Access, Scott helps traders, money managers, and individual investors view the markets through his eyes and approach each day with a steady, measured approach.


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