MIKE HAMILTON’S STORY

FOUNDER | Trade The Easy Way

Mike Hamilton started his career in the insurance industry, and within a year he had a ‘Lloyds ticket’ and was trading on the non-marine floor trading multi-million layers of indemnity insurance. Not that close to stock markets, but it was a taste of a free market trading floor and the concept has stuck with him since.

 

Soon after, he started trading his own account using a basic value system in UK mid cap stocks and used the profits to put down a deposit on a decent family home in a private road in a green leafy suburb of London.

 

After this spell in insurance, he went into higher education and went on to help set up and run a London based financial communications consultancy working with a range of UK and European businesses; the business grew to specialise in annual reports for FTSE small and mid caps.

 

With experience in trading, financial products, and how the inside of boardroom works, he embarked on a journey of training and mentorships in technical analysis with the help of several top UK and US traders.

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Mike Hamilton - Trade the Easy Way founder and head trader

So his trading style is finding cycles and pivots in key momentum markets and making the most of them. This is still the backbone of his philosophy, and he is great at relaying the basics, the advanced tools and the subtle features of these markets to enable members to make the most of the opportunities in today’s markets.

  1. Selling 80% of his share portfolio 2 hours before the September 87 US trade figures came out his value system said the market was too high.
  2. Buying .coms in the late 90’s and selling most of his stock in mid January 2000 – about 3 weeks before the sell-off
  3. Set up in full time trading in 2006
  4. Trading Commodity futures in ’06-’07 as oil was running up to $150 and the grains were trending and experiencing ‘limit up’ days
  5. Trading gold in the ’07-’09 charge to $1900
  6. Trading forex and stocks as QE set these markets alight in 2009
  7. TV interview spelling out the potential for the bull market in GBPJPY in mid 2012
  8. So his trading style is finding cycles and pivots in key momentum markets and making the most of them.
  9. This is still the backbone of his philosophy, and he is great at relaying the basics, the advanced tools and the subtle features of these markets to enable members to make the most of the opportunities in today’s markets.