This fella made 650 pips in 72 hours doing THIS

Mark Shawzin
September 13, 2022

Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day...

Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.

650 pips up?

It's great, don't get me wrong.

But what I get excited about is that little line you might skip over if you're not paying attention.

"...found a few more trades on my own..."

Now THAT is the key to success.

Finding your own trades.

It's what separates the men from the boys, so to speak.

When you can find your own trades, you no longer have to rely on anyone else.

You are in complete control of your own destiny. And that is an incredibly empowering feeling.

So how do you find your own trades?

It's actually pretty simple.

First, you have to have a methodology or system for generating solid risk/reward trading ideas.

Second, you need to be able to edge out your own biases and see the market for what it is.

If you have those two things, you will always be able to make money.

I'm not saying it will be easy... but it will be possible.

So if you're still relying on someone else to give you trade ideas, I urge you to start working on finding your own.

It's the only way to truly become a successful trader.

I give out trade setups in these little emails I send to you all the time, not to toot my own horn, but to show you that it can be done.

And if I can do it, anyone can.

In fact, here’s the little process I teach my students to do it:

  1. Pattern is destiny. Learn how to spot pockets of opportunity in the markets.
  2. Use price action to confirm your bias.
  3. Pick up the skill of executing trades with precision.

And finally number 4...

Use mentorship and community to shortcut the process by DECADES.

It's really the only way to learn steps 1 through 3 quick enough to make it count.

That's exactly what I do with "The Pattern Trader Club".

You get to learn directly from me AND have a community that will support you every step of the way.

If you want to join us then here's what you need to do:

Send an email over to my personal assistant at with the subject line “I WANT IN”.

He’ll shoot over all of the details on the application process and how to get started.

Maybe I’ll see you on the inside?

In your corner,
Mark Shawzin