My Right-Hand Trade


Date: June 16, 2022

Presenter: Richard Rueb

Company: MyRightHandTrade

Join Richard Rueb of as he shares the methodology for his “right-hand trade”. This is a trading regimen he has tested and regularly trades himself. He personally uses it to trade futures intraday, but his right-hand trade can be applied to any market and timeframe.

Learn how to find setups on many futures instruments with the right tempo, momentum and trend from limited indicators.

On a 15-minute chart, you may find between five and ten trades per day on each instrument viewed. Rueb does not like to trade that long, though, so he just takes two or three per hour from a collection of eight instruments.

The following topics are covered during the event:

  • Learn to trade consistently every day
  • Trade in simulation mode until you know what you need to know
  • Avoid trading with real money until you have the knowledge to be consistent
  • Keep it simple
  • Limit your indicators to the minimum

About Richard Rueb

Richard Rueb has been trading for 22 years, 20 of them devoted to commodity futures. He observes about three-dozen instruments that trade around the world.

Rueb trades in a wide range of timeframes, including short-term hit-and-run trades that require just 15 minutes to an hour during the early morning hours. In addition to intraday and weekly trading, he looks at quarterly trends that may unfold over a 3–5-month period. These trades are derived from what he calls “Year-End Research”.

Rueb received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Accounting from the University of Denver. He had a 24-year career in the United States Air Force, retiring as a Captain. He then specialized in information security and business resumption planning. As a pioneer in cyber security, he helped organize and grow the Information Systems Security Association. Starting in 2000, Rueb presided over World Wide Traders, an active trading and advisory service. There, he helped struggling traders overcome information overload, misdirection and poor performance.


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