DiNapoli Expert Piotr Grela:

My trading career began in 1996 with hedging cash positions on Chicago Board of Trade for a grain trading house. Commodities have become my financial instrument of choice. I do however trade Stocks as well. I am an active trader.

From the beginning I always put more emphasis towards technical analysis then fundamental analysis. I was always, now and then, willing to listen, and learn. At early stages of my learning curve I understood the insufficiency of typical technical analysis approaches. The whole world of analysis turned around when I studied Joe DiNapoli's way of trading the markets. In matter of weeks, after following his advises, I started to look at charts in completely different ways. Suddenly charts began telling me something much different then I realized before.

What has been very motivating was direct support given to me by Joe DiNapoli. It is a non-standard approach. We all can benefit same way from taking part in forums dedicated for learning and exchanging trading ideas. Knowing the material, I went to meet Joe DiNapoli in one of his seminars in Moscow, in 1999. I realized that face-to-face meeting has given me even more then I thought. Having the opportunity to attend one of his splendid seminars is a must for everybody! Then in 2004 I was assisted Joe in seminars given by him in Poland when his book " Trading with DiNapoli's levels " was translated into Polish.

A judgmental style of reading charts and analysis is also my way of trading thanks to techniques I learnt. Regardless of time frame You trade they are working all over places; in commodities, stocks, and FOREX markets. Using Joe DiNapoli's methods You will be able to notice turning points in markets, enter safely in direction of prevailing trend with great risk management which will allow you to manage your positions properly.

Living in Poland by the sea coast having possibilities of reading and trading markets all over the world is fascinating occurrence to me. I am pleased to be an expert on these forums.

All the best,
Piotr Grela