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What McDonald's success has taught me about trading - Part 2

by , 25 July 2018
What McDonald's success has taught me about trading - Part 2
In the last article I told you that McDonald's used three main ingredients to become one of the most successful and profitable companies in the world.

Simple, Consistent and Profitable.

If you missed the first ingredient to success article – click here to catch up.
In today’s article, we’ll go into more detail about the second ingredient to their success. 
Make Double Your Money Without Knowing a Thing About Trading
If you can follow simple instructions, then I’ll show you how to consistently make money no matter what the markets are doing.
You won’t have to do research. And you won’t need to worry about support lines or resistance points… Unless you really want to.
All you have to do is relax and watch your money grow.
Ingredient #2: Consistency
Even though there are over 35,000 restaurants worldwide, no matter which McDonald’s you sit at, you can be guaranteed a consistent experience.
Whether it’s the wrapper on the burger, the McFlurry’s spoon to the taste and look of the chips and Big Mac – you know what to expect when you go to McDonald’s.
Consistency is not only important for a customer’s experience but also for the sales of the business.
Ray Kroc understood that every burger was made with precise ingredients. If anything changed, this would cause a drop in sales.
But more importantly, he wasn’t just selling a burger but a winning turn-key system.
In fact, McDonald’s has a process for every part of their business. Each and every item on the menu shows a process on how it’s made, even how the chips are salted. Consistency outlines exactly a standard that needs to be met and followed.
Even Hamburger University systematically teaches future franchisees how to run a McDonald’s restaurant the way Ray Kroc envisioned.
With trading, it’s pretty much identical. 
How consistency plays a major part to your trading success
When you have a winning trading strategy, the key to profits lies in consistency.
Every market you analyse needs to have the exact same chart layout.
With Red Hot Storm Trader, I follow three consistent chart layouts.
To explain this better look at the chart below…
#1: Watch list - Top 40 JSE stocks
With every trading strategy you follow, you’ll need to watch a number of markets.
This is known as a watch list.
Over 10 years ago, I spent countless hours and sleepless nights, going through every market I could think of.
Indices, currencies, stocks and commodities. Over time, I cut out markets that yielded more losing trades than winners.
And at the end, I found that the strategy I had worked best with the JSE top 40 companies.
Today, I consistently analyse these 40 stocks on a daily basis.
#2: Time frame - Daily
When you open a chart, each bar tells you the buying and selling that took place over a certain time period.
This is known as the time frame.
You can choose many different time frames from tick, 5 minutes, hourly, daily, weekly up to monthly.
The time frame you choose depends on the number of trades you wish to take in a week.
The short time frames like 5 minutes up to 10 minutes – You can expect to take up to five trades per day.
This can be stressful if you don’t have the time and effort to watch the market all day.
Instead, I use a daily time frame for the JSE Top 40 Stocks.
I’ve used this time frame for over 15 years and year after year it has proven to yield profitable results.
And best of all, I’ll only take around one trade per week. This means, I’ll have time to run businesses and have time for my family.
If you’re interested to learn more about time frames, click here…
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#3: Chart type – Candlesticks
When you open a chart, you’ll see a bunch of information telling you about the market activity that took place.
Whether you choose the line chart, bar chart, Ichimoku Chart – You’ll need to keep consistency with each trade that lines up…
I’ve found that the Candlestick chart reveals the most important information I need to trade the markets.
A Candlestick chart is a charting type you can find on any trading platform these days.
They resemble candlesticks. For more information click here…

The more consistency you have with the chart layout the easier it will be to follow, analyse and monitor your trading strategy.  
I’ll end this lesson with a powerful quote from Ray Kroc:
“Nothing in the world can take the place of persistence. Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with talent. Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will not; the world is full of uneducated derelicts. Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent.”
Always remember, “Wisdom yields Wealth” 
Timon Rossolimos,
Managing editor, Red Hot Storm Trader
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