NAS100 Scalping Strategy and Coaching

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This NAS100 scalping strategy is ideal for CFD Index day traders who can follow our specific trading system. This strategy has specific Stop Loss and Take Profit levels based on volume, order blocks, and other key zones of interest. This NAS100 scalping strategy works best in the early New York trading session.

Simplicity is the key to success

A CFD index scalp trading system created for NAS100

What's included in this NAS100 scalping strategy?​

A foundational understanding of the foreign exchange (Forex) market, covering its size, scope, and the basics of buying and selling currencies.

The fundamentals of technical analysis, including chart patterns, trends, and indicators used to analyse potential market movements.

This video delves into the analysis of economic indicators, news, and financial reports to gauge the intrinsic value of currencies, commodities, and forecast market directions.

Covers strategies and tools for managing financial risk, emphasizing the importance of stop-loss orders, position sizing, and the risk-reward ratio in trading.

Explores complex concepts of market structure, including price levels, trends, and the significance of advanced support and resistance in market prediction.

Reveals lesser-known areas in the market that offer significant trading opportunities, often overlooked by mainstream traders.

Teaches how to identify and interpret supply and demand zones in the market for better trading decisions, highlighting their impact on price movements.

Focuses on the concept of market imbalances, explaining how to spot and leverage these zones for potential trading advantages.

Introduces the concept of breaker blocks, a sophisticated trading strategy that involves identifying key market structures for entry and exit points.

Shares specific strategies and insights from Philip on how to time market entry and exit points for maximum efficiency and high probability setups.

Addresses the psychological aspects of trading, emphasizing the importance of discipline, patience, and a positive mindset in overcoming the emotional challenges of scalp trading.

Focuses on building the confidence necessary for successful trading through knowledge, experience, and emotional control.

Putting everything you have learnt in the course to fully understand how to systematically scalp trade NAS100 with confidence. 

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Private Community

You will receive access to our Private Discord for:

👥 Ongoing support and mentorship

📈 Weekly trade reviews

📈 Daily market scans (Our students love this)

🫡 Discipline, mindset and psychology

💸 Student wins

NAS100 Scalp Strategy Explained

Contrary to most practices in the day trading industry, we don’t use any popular technical indicators when analyzing the price movements of the NAS100. Indicators are lagging data which have led us to lose more, rather than profit, in the past.

This is why we use two crucial pieces of information when scalping NAS100 which do not lag. They are volume and liquidity imbalance pools.

Our NAS100 scalping strategy is well tested over years, and will help you in managing your positions better, while understanding the driving force behind movements in price of the NAS100 on the charts.

Not having enough confluences to put a high probability in one’s favour leaves the trade to chance, or simply gambling as we call it. 

NAS100 Chart Breakdown

We begin by doing a top down analysis of the NAS100 to understand the overall higher timeframe bias – on the weekly and daily time frames.

The overall trend direction is important as it can allow us to better understand the scalping direction for the day.

The time frame for entry can be anywhere between the 1 to 15 min time frame.

The recommended session would be the London and New York session as this is where the market will most likely go to draw liquidity.

Scalp Example for NAS100

nas100 scalp set up example

 

In the above NAs100 chart, the green zone represents our London session and Red represents the New York session.

The liquidity imbalance pool is a zone where the wicks of candles have not met creating the “imbalance” which price can be attracted to in order to “rebalance” it.

The red line is what is known as the highest point of volume for a trading day. So, when a zone has very high volume, along with a liquidity imbalance pool, falling into our London or New York session, this can be a great point of entry for our scalping position.

Stops are usually calculated based on the zone of interest and making sure we place it outside of the area while giving it some room to breathe as we say.

Take profit levels are calculated based on market structure targeting most recent highs or lows.

 

Try our NAS100 scalping system for yourself

This may sound and look complicated, but it really isn’t. The biggest challenge you will face scalping the NAS100 index is your own mindset and psychology on the charts. We will help with this too as this is crucial for all traders to develop.

Our system is really simple, even for novice traders.

Our community of scalpers trade this exact system everyday for the NAS100 with consistent, profitable results. 📈

Student success 🎉

This is a screenshot from January 9th 2024 from one of our new students within our Elite Scalpers Account Flipping group  on his first day of account flipping.

He was using our exact scalp trading system for trade XAUUSD (Gold) and GBPUSD. This system also works for US30 and NAS100.

⚠️ Important: Account flipping is only for advanced traders. For novice and intermediate traders who want to learn to scalp, we recommend joining our Opes Platinum group. We will support and monitor your trading journey until you are consistent and profitable. Only then should you attempt to flip accounts.

Frequently Asked Questions

Trading the NAS100 offers exposure to some of the largest and most innovative companies in the world, often leading to significant volatility and trading opportunities. The NAS100 is known for its growth potential, making it attractive for both short-term traders and long-term investors.

The NASDAQ 100 is also commonly abbreviated as NDX, NDQ, NASDAQ100, QQQ, or US100, particularly in derivative markets.

Historically, the NASDAQ, particularly the NAS100, has often outperformed the S&P 500, especially during times of strong technological growth. The NASDAQ is more tech-focused, which can lead to higher growth in tech bull markets but also greater volatility. This can vary over different time periods.

Trading the NAS100 is influenced by economic indicators (like GDP growth, unemployment rates), corporate earnings reports of the constituent companies, technological advancements, geopolitical events, and monetary policies. Global economic conditions and market sentiment also significantly impact the NAS100’s performance.

We take this into consideration while trading, however majority of our trading system is based on technical analysis.

Yes, you can scalp trade the NAS100 – we do it every day!

Scalping involves making numerous trades in a single day to profit from small price movements. This trading strategy can be effective due to the NAS100’s liquidity and volatility, but it requires a solid understanding of the market, quick decision-making, and strict risk management. We will teach you our exact strategy and system to be consistent and profitable in trading NAS100.

When trading the NAS100, it’s crucial to stay informed about global economic events and news that can impact the market. We use advanced technical analysis to identify trends and potential entry/exit points for high probability scalp trades. It’s crucial to manage your risk, setting stop-loss orders to minimize potential losses, as well as maintaining a confident mindset and emotional resillience.

The best time to trade the NAS100 coincides with the most active trading hours for the NASDAQ. This is during the regular trading session of the New York session Periods surrounding major economic announcements or corporate earnings releases can see increased volatility and trading opportunities.

The Opes trading scalp system takes advantage of the New York open where we find most of our high probability scalp trades.

The only indicator we use is session volume. Our NAS100 scalp trading strategy is focused on timing, candle stick analysis, price action, and liquidity. In our experience, many indicators are just lagging biases.

No, our system also works great for three other pairs: 


When you do our our course and join our community, you will learn the strategy to scalp trade all four markets pairs. You can choose which works best for you and which pair you want to master.

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