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Questions related to technical analysis, strategies, risk, trading plans, trading psychology and money management. Experience in trading all markets and time-frames with expertise in futures (e-minis, currencies, commodities) and equity options. Unfortunately I am not allowed to offer any specific trading advice (i.e. should I go long the E-mini S&P today).

Experience in the area

I have been involved in the industry since 1995 working for Morgan Stanley Dean Witter and American Express Financial Advisors before becoming a full time trader. As Head Education Coach with Rockwell Trading I have coached hundreds of students around the world to achieve their trading goals with simple strategies, a sound trading plan and proper money management for the leveraged markets.


Currently serving as Rockwell Trading's Head Education Coach and moderator for Rockwell's Student Trading Room where we follow opportunities in the minis, interest rates, currency and grain markets daily.


Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities, "Day Trading With Volatility", June 2010 SFO Magazine, "Home on the Range: Lasso Trades Without Time", August 2010 SFO Magazine, "Day Trading Indicators, Part 1", January 2011 SFO Magazine, "Day Trading Indicators, Part 2", February 2011 SFO Magazine, "Technical Strategy", April 2011 SFO Magazine, "Advanced Trading Techniques - Futures Spread Trading", October 2011 Active Trader, "A Simple Day-Trading Strategy", November 2011 Marketplace Books, How to Trade Commodities: Simple Strategies for Gold and Crude That Traders Can Use in Any Market, June 2011


Formerly licensed as a financial advisor with Series 6, 7, and 63 licenses. B.A. in Organizational Communications with a Business Minor from California State University, Sacramento.

Past/Present Clients

I have worked with institutional traders, brokers, proprietary trading firms and private traders.
One of the few distinguished World Cup Advisors

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Recent Answers from Mark Hodge

2017-02-18 day trading:

Hi Simona,    You're correct in that we want to buy when there is an uptrend and we can profit by closing a trade at higher price. And we want to sell in a downtrend and we can profit by closing a trade

2016-01-30 day trading:

Hi Norman,    I have never used Sharebuilder, but to my knowledge it is a basic brokerage option for traders that are more interested in buying and holding.     MOST brokerages will give you notice of

2015-05-27 Moving Averages:

Sorry Kenneth...I didn't catch this follow up question earlier!    The idea beyond the 50/200 moving average crossover is to identify changes in the long term trend. YES, they would be applied to a DAILY

2015-05-27 Moving Averages:

Hi Kenneth,    If you're trying to compare the 50 day moving average vs. the 200 day moving average, this would be done on a DAILY chart with the 200 day moving average signifying the long term trend.

2015-05-05 Option Trading:

Hi Kenneth,    There is a big difference between equity options and binary options.    Equity options are calls or puts based on an underlying market, a strike price, and an expiration. The call or put


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