You'll learn how to zero-in on "80/20" trade setups, overcome the obstacles that hinder your success, improve your patience and discipline and develop your path to a successful trading career -- all from the legend himself, Dick Diamond.
Dick Diamond's Legacy Market Mentor course teaches you the trading method that fueled Dick's incredible 48-year professional trading career.
The key to Diamond's success was his ability to identify and execute what he called "80/20" trades -- i.e., solid opportunities where the odds were 80% or more in his favor.
This new online, on-demand course teaches you Dick's entire trading methodology, including his now-legendary "80/20" approach.
Most importantly, you'll learn how to win like Dick did: little by little, consistently, while minimizing both exposure and risk.
For some traders, the market is a hobby. Others trade for the rush of it. Dick Diamond traded for a living.
A quiet, steady man over his almost 50-year career as a full-time trader, this ex-Marine developed -- and perfected -- a real, honest trading method that works.
What's more, it can work for anyone -- you, too. As Bob Prechter put it, "It's all here, and it's very clear."
Simply put, this new on-demand online course teaches you Diamond's perfected trading method.
Mr. Diamond lost his battle with cancer in 2015.
EWI lost a dear long-time friend, and the world lost a true trading legend.
For almost 50 years, Dick perfected his trademark "80/20" method of winning in stocks with strong momentum, OEX options, and E-mini S&P 500 futures.
Along the way, he showed hundreds of aspiring traders how to do the same with his live, real-time trading course. This "legacy" online course is built directly from Dick's masterful curriculum.
Diamond's story as a full-time trader began in the 1960s, the bull market years. Dick "rode the wave" (his words) from 1965 to 1968. That year, he made $900,000.
But the next year a bull market started -- and Dick lost 70% of his capital.
That would finish the career of most traders. Dick vowed it would never happen again. It didn't. In fact, the loss taught him the most definitive lesson of his career: To trade for a living, you must take opportunities in both directions, up and down, while staying most of the time in cash, to minimize risk.
For almost 50 years, Diamond did just that.
Here's what Bob Prechter, who first met Dick in 1979, said about him and his trading method:
In 1979, I was sitting between two traders at a specialty brokerage firm. Sitting across the room was a loner who quietly worked his system. The friend to my left suggested I meet him, so I did. I asked him what he was doing. He said he traded options, and I could sit and watch if I wanted. His name was Dick Diamond.
Most of the traders in the room were chatty, but Dick was quiet. Mostly he just watched the screen and updated his indicators. Then every now and then he would sit up straight and become hyper-alert. Then -- bam -- he would call in a trade. (There were no electronic trading platforms back then.)
When I pressed him about what he was doing, he would talk about waiting for the right "setups," acting swiftly and getting out while momentum was still in his favor, an absolute must when trading options. He seemed more disciplined than other traders. He wasn't trying to win a war; he was in a bunker, taking the occasional shot when his odds of a hit were 80/20. He never changed his tactics, never asked other people their opinions, and never bet big. Incredibly, unlike almost everyone else, he was also making a very good living, every single month.
I liked Dick right away because he was a pure technician. He never acted on news; he didn't factor in what the economy was doing, or the Fed. He just waited for the market to signal the start of a volatile move; then he grabbed a piece of it, time and again. We struck up a friendship.
In the mid-1980s, Dick and I talked about teaching his method. For several years, he taught would-be traders, usually about four at a time, in his Long Island home. In the 2000s, after Dick moved to Florida, he set up seminars that would accommodate 20 or more people. Dick was trading futures by then, but he never changed his entry and exit methods.
Dick's approach is so conservative that kept trading at an age when most people are retired. For most people, trading produces sleepless nights. For him, it produced steady income at retirement age. What a difference!
Anybody can adopt Dick's method. Whether you do is another question. But it's all here, and it's very clear.
Starting in 2003 Dick began teaching aspiring traders at a live seminar he called The Market Mentor trading course. Two or three times a year, 20 or so students would fill the room at a Florida resort to learn trading principles from the man who's made a living as a full-time trader since 1966.
At the course, Dick gave full access to his method. Here are just a couple of reviews from his students:
In the years before his passing, Dick began offering his seminar in a live webinar format.This on-demand version of his Market Mentor course is built directly from Dick's masterful curriculum, including his best video recorded lessons.
This new on-demand course compresses your learning experience into XX hours of hand-picked, best recorded material from Diamond's live curriculum.
You'll learn from the maestro himself in a very compact, convenient format -- on your schedule, from your own home or office. You can pause, rewind and learn at your own pace -- until you know Dick's method cold.
To help you learn faster, we've broken up this video course into three key modules:
Bonus Module (1 hr., 37 mins.) The first two modules are each followed by a recorded Q&A session with Dick where he covers more lessons and answers questions from students.
Here you'll see the method in action as Dick applies it in real time with real money. You'll see his prep work and system set-up. You'll watch him scan the markets for those "80/20" setups -- and put on live trades.
Bonus: Along the way, you'll apply what you've learned with hands-on application and homework assignments. Yes, Dick even worked in quizzes and homework assignments to help you learn his methodology faster.
Just imagine how much you'll learn from someone who made a living trading markets for 48 years!
...then let Dick Diamond's Legacy course become your first step towards a successful trading career.
To prove that his method works, Dick always validated his approach with actual live trades. In this new on-demand course, you'll watch Dick do the same: describe what his indicators are telling him, the exact times when he's found that legendary "80/20" trade setup -- and then trade live, right in front of you.
Dick always made sure you actually understood -- and could apply -- his techniques. He always wanted you to see how his method works in real time, in real markets.
And you will.