Learn A Rapid Trading Account Growth Strategy

Today I closed out my first week in the trading competition of making 114% return on my account. I was really pleased by these results. But not surprised because I have discovered some simple strategies that can rapidly grow your account on on a consistent basis.

Today’s video I go over some key trades in which I made 60% return on today’s trading.

Please watch the video and leave a comment on your thoughts about rapid account growth and if you would be interested in in learning some account growth rapid strategies.

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Casey Stubbs is the founder of Winners Edge Trading, which is one of the most widely read forex sites on the web. Winners Edge Trading has trained thousands of people to trade the Forex markets.

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  • clem,

    We have had a great time.

    The contest closes on Friday, but if you want in you can still get in it will just be late OR wait until our next contest.

    Open an account here Fund it with A miniumum of $50 max anything you want.



  • clem4jesus

    That’s great, Casey! How do I join the competition?

    Thanks for the good job.

  • I can only answer this for myself because there are many ways to accomplish the same thing…..

    But for me I like to focus on one pair. I don’t want to be bouncing around but have all my focus on one thing at the moment.

    Thanks for the good question.

  • Skyvision

    Hi Casey, and i just came across your video… great lessons.. great to see how you were able to bounce back and even double the account in such a short period… i have a question, in your opinion, when one wants to bounce back quickly, is it better to focus on just one pair or multiple pairs say a max of 5pairs given that one has a small account… thanks…

  • Clint Benge

    Cheers, I think I now have the discipline. I agree, the best months I’ve had have been when I’ve been following something very simple and sticking to the plan

  • Clint, its hard to find really good education online, I know first hand. But ultimately it’s up to you if you want to really make it. I am indeed genuine but unfortunately that wont help you be a better trader. The only thing that will help you is if you find something that works and stick with it. Nothing is easy in life and that includes trading. But with that being said:

    I believe you can do it!

    Thanks for the nice comment.

  • Clint Benge

    Thanks Casey, I’ll be downloading B&G in the next day or so. I’ve been trading demo and now a small account for over two and a half years, and have looked into or tried a million different things with mixed results, (mostly poor), and there’s a lot of bs out there. Within no time of coming across you I’m thinking you seem more genuine then anyone or thing I’ve come across so far. Sorry to sound like a suck up but really wish I’d found you sooner. I’ve known the name somewhere in my mind for ages!

  • Thanks Clint keep stay tuned as we will be giving out tips that can really make a difference in your trading.

  • That is odd everyone else gets sound maybe you should reset your browser.

  • Tony thanks for the comment. I will continue to post these videos and share trading updates, if you have any questions at all please let us know.

  • Clint Benge

    Hi Casey, I’ve just come across you and your video. I’m very interested in learning from you. Would love to grow my small account as rapidly as possible

  • piphunter

    Hi Casey, strange but I get no sound in your video. Do you know how to fix? all other videos are playing ok.

  • Tony H

    Hi Casey,

    Really great trading from you, look forward to seeing what your strategy is when you let us all know how you are doing your analysis.

  • Thanks and yes there has been some good trading mainly by John and Rinus 🙂

  • Cristian

    Hey Casey,

    Wow, nice trading day you had on Friday. Unfortunately, due to some personal situation, I couldn’t be online on Friday. So I really looking forward to the next week to learn more about how you did it.

    I’m really enjoying the contest. And especially the trading room.

  • rydercup

    unfortunately I dont have a good rapid growth strategy without risking the whole account… hope you will show us. thanks a lot for your efforts!

  • Ryder,

    What are your thoughts of a rapid account growth strategy, do you have one and would you be interested trading that way?

    That was the initial question I asked.

    Anyways to answer your question it is a special strategy I am using for this contest that is designed to build my account quickly.

    Break and Go Video 2 will be out soon.

    Thanks for the comment.

  • rydercup

    Hi Casey, is the break and go video #2 coming soon? which strategy are you using in the competition? lg

  • Michael posting big gains for a week is great but the real challenge comes by being able to maintain and not give up those gains. Trading is a long term process and the ones that succeed have to maintain discipline for the long haul.

    But it can be done and I will be teaching more on this later next week.

  • Thanks Mike. Yes I am hoping we continue to get some additional participation and people sharing tips and strategies.

    Looking forward to seeing how next week plays out.

  • Michael

    I just don’t see how it’s possible to be that good at trading. There must be something I’m missing but I’m definitely interested to know what strategy you are talking about or using here.

  • Mike Wells

    Hi Casey. Thanks for taking the time to post these excellent videos. Also very interested if others on the leaders board would be kind enough to share their competition strategies.
    I’m all ready to go in the comp for next week!
    Mike (Brisbane, Australia)

  • Thanks Rinus. Your doing a great job and I would really like for you to share some tips with us next week.

  • Rinus Hofma

    Hi Casey, This is the first time that I participate in a competition and I must say its very nice.
    I find it particularly nice that we can talk well to each other via the chatbox.
    We can still learn a lot of each other and I love the fact that you have answered all the questions from us, thank you.
    I had a very nice and cozy first week with everyone, and it was also very instructive.
    For everyone a nice weekend and until Monday.
    Best regards, Rinus Hofma from Holland.

  • Thanks Peter, I am really glad you joined with us.

  • Peter J Shepherd

    HI Casey.. thank you so much for putting on the competition, and the lessons you’re posting.. You’re proving to me, that it IS indeed possible… The fact is, that not all of us have thousands of dollars to invest into a trading account, and some of us have huge dreams, but a tiny budget, and don’t want to take another 100 years accumulating the money to make those dreams come true. We would rather risk what we have and take aggressive steps (as opposed to “baby steps) to get where we want to go, but need a proven, simple strategy. Once again, thank you.

  • Thanks Eric let us know if you need anything.

  • Eric

    Hi, I’m just starting to learn the strike trader 2.0 and will join the live trading next week. Hope I can become a successful trader after join the Winner’s Edge family and anticipate for your account doubling strategies. Thanks for your share.

  • Thanks for the comment and I hope you like the break and go method it has been a great strategy for many students.


    Seems unreal but you have my attention.

    BTW I just started learning your Break and GO system

  • Gene I will sometimes trail a trade but I would rather take my profits than wait for the trade to hit my trailing stop.

    I also try to manually stop out because I want to control the trade.

  • Gene Branson

    Hi Casey. Super job on account growth to everyone. What platform are you using for the competition and is it monthly or annual or other timeframe? On the AUD/USD trade – first on the video – why did you not use a trailing stop and get most of the additional 30 pips? Is your view on stops to never use them or some other consideration? (also on your later trade was a missed 15 pips without trailing stop). Also, why are not your other traders commenting or asking questions here on these posts? Thanks.