Doug Quitmeyer – Inner Circle

Doug Quitmeyer – Inner Circle

Doug Quitmeyer Inner circle

Doug Quitmeyer – Inner Circle

My name is Doug Quitmeyer. I have been trading utilizing Trade the Fifth indicators for almost two years now and been a part of Paul’s Inner Circle for about a year. It is great to wake up in the morning and trade with other serious traders from all over the globe, and to not only learn from (and with) Paul, but each other. Furthermore, I have been able to form friendships with my fellow traders, which is awesome because trading is a lonely “sport”.

I like to think of myself as a Gold trader, it is the single Future’s product that I focus on day in and day out. Others in the group like Platinum, or Copper, or are Market Indicie traders. Anytime we see a trade that meets our setups, we call it out and everyone switches over to look and see if it is something that we want to be in or not.

If you can imagine 4 to 5 days a week, 2 to 3 hours a day in the mornings, getting repetitive looks at trades, set ups, over time I have refined my rules, which has gained me patience (most days, I’m still human), and given me a broader understanding of the markets and how they interact with each other.

Throughout my experience, we have constantly relayed trading ideas, worked on signals, refined our watchlists, always concentrating on refining, entering and executing. We have become more focused on the Futures that we trade, more focused on the Equities that we trade, and the results for me have been awesome.

Paul Bratby
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2020-09-24T11:19:02-04:00
Doug Quitmeyer Inner circle
My name is Doug Quitmeyer. I have been trading utilizing Trade the Fifth indicators for almost two years now and been a part of Paul’s Inner Circle for about a year. It is great to wake up in the morning and trade with other serious traders from all over the globe, and to not only learn from (and with) Paul, but each other. Furthermore, I have been able to form friendships with my fellow traders, which is awesome because trading is a lonely “sport”. I like to think of myself as a Gold trader, it is the single Future’s product that I focus on day in and day out. Others in the group like Platinum, or Copper, or are Market Indicie traders. Anytime we see a trade that meets our setups, we call it out and everyone switches over to look and see if it is something that we want to be in or not. If you can imagine 4 to 5 days a week, 2 to 3 hours a day in the mornings, getting repetitive looks at trades, set ups, over time I have refined my rules, which has gained me patience (most days, I’m still human), and given me a broader understanding of the markets and how they interact with each other. Throughout my experience, we have constantly relayed trading ideas, worked on signals, refined our watchlists, always concentrating on refining, entering and executing. We have become more focused on the Futures that we trade, more focused on the Equities that we trade, and the results for me have been awesome.