Gregory Krupinski — Multiple timeframe swing trading framework
Smarter Trading Podcast Episode 6
Hello everybody, our guest today is Gregory Krupinski. Greg has been trading markets for about 20 years, all while working a full time job, raising kids, blogging, and continuing to find time to learn and improve his process.
In this episode we talk about having balance, juggling real life responsibilities with actively trading markets, and how Greg makes it happen.
He stresses the importance of keeping things simple, using daily and weekly charts, and how fewer but slightly bigger position sizes help him focus and really pay attention to what he owns.
Please enjoy this conversation with swing trader Gregory Krupinski.
Watch the interview in video here
Episode show notes
► Evan mentions the Edgewonk trading journal
Key learning points
► How Greg uses multiple time-frames to spot and refine trades
► Why consolidations are important to see in trade setups
► The more you stare at markets the more likely you are to make impulse trades
► Accept the fact you are going to miss a lot of trades working full time job
► Larger position sizes help you focus on a position a more
► Focus on process in order to limit impulse trades
1:30 Gregory’s background and entry in markets
6:30 Current day framework of multiple time-frame analysis
8:50 How Gregory finds stocks and holds positions in his portfolio
16:00 Market bottom up analysis and entry criteria
21:00 how to make juggle full time job with trading
20:00 reward to risk and how to know where a stock can go
32:05 Dealing with difficult market environments
36:40 Why Greg is using tighter stops and larger position size
41:30 successful trading means more consistency
46:25 extended version silver SLV trade example
51:27 FTNT weekly trade example
Highlight clip: Successful trading is about following your process
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