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|Expert: Mark Cook|
Average Rating:Mark brings twenty-four years of experience to this thought-provoking session, intended for those who aspire to the six to seven figure incomes of the professional trader. Mark will describe his famous, widely published "Cook Cumulative Tick", an overbought-oversold indicator which draws on correlations between the S&P 500, T-Bonds and the S&P 100 Index Options (OEX). He will also detail the important concept of winning versus losing trade percentages and why strict adherence to trading details turns a losing trader into a consistently profitable one. Mark is known for his frankness and will emphasize the intense nature of the business and the tough world of the professional trader.
|Expert: Larry Williams|
Average Rating:Larry Williams has been successfully trading and researching trading techniques for three decades. Despite his youthful appearance, he has survived many trading battles and, in the process, has developed some incredible firepower. There have been many commodity analysts over the years, but Larry is the only one who has made over $1 million in less than one year on three separate occasions. In this fast-moving video, Larry explains how he's been able to do the seemingly impossible. You'll learn some of the actual techniques he uses in his trading and find out how he's blown away everyone else in the trading championships. Perhaps most importantly, you'll get an opportunity to get inside the head of this living legend of trading so you can see what it takes to accomplish what he has done. Larry Williams is one of the legendary traders of all time. One of his most notable achievements involved parlaying a $10,000 account into $1.1 million in a World Cup Trading Championship. He is the succesfull author of a number of best-selling investment trading books.
|Expert: Keith Raphael|
Average Rating:How to Overlay Technical Indicators to Minimize Their Innate Weaknesses and Application of the “Portfolio Approach”.... Through the judicious choice of various techniques over the past seventeen years, Keith has developed a “portfolio approach” to technical analysis which greatly improves timing and forecasting. The majority of the investment community uses only one or two analytic tools to make their decisions. The innate weaknesses of each tool, when used alone, can seriously reduce profits in some market conditions (i.e. sideways consolidations). Implementing multiple tools eliminates many of these weaknesses. Adding multiple momentum tools to the equation allows better identification of an expected rally or decline. Keith describes the pros and cons of most classic analytic tools, shows you how to minimize their innate drawbacks and illustrates how to use a weighted portfolio of tools to increase profits in the market. Using Keith’s techniques, traders improve their risk management and become better traders.
|Expert: George Dagnino|
Average Rating:Dr. Dagnino will show you how to profit from strategic use of financial cycles. In this workshop you will learn: How to develop the mental attitude of a successful strategist and how to use it to manage your profits and protect your portfolio from downside risk. Dr. Dagnino discusses how to develop the mental attitude of a successful strategist. You will learn how to use that mental attitude to manage your profits and protect your portfolio from downside risk. Dr. Dagnino discusses why the financial cycle and the central bank of any country are the overwhelming dominant forces driving asset prices such as stocks, bonds, commodities, short-term interest rates, real estate, and currencies. Their impact on currency trends and the performance of your foreign investments will also be discussed in detail. By recognizing the market dynamics of each asset, you will be able to develop investment strategies to maximize your returns and chose a portfolio mix to meet your risk requirements.
|Expert: Mark Boucher|
Average Rating:How to Slash Drawdown, Volatility & Risk While Improving Trading Consistency & Above-Average Annual Return. In this session, Mark introduces you to the nine specific money management checks for correctly allocating both risk and capital. He also shows you how to consistently adjust your portfolio to maintain control of these critical factors. Mark also discusses the real performance of buy and hold investing in both U.S. and global equities and bonds. Next, he shares with you two fully usable models (one used by a global money manager managing billions of dollars since the early 1960s) for cutting the risk of investment in any asset class while still improving annual gains. He also shows you how to specifically use the liquidity cycle and a global multi-asset class Relative Strength matrix to further cut risk and increase returns, and to key in on top global trading sectors in futures, equities, bonds, and currencies. Mark emphasizes the concept of fuel — and how to focus your trading on sectors and vehicles that have the fundamentals, valuations, and reasons for moving substantially higher. Mark shows you how to integrate fuel with Runaway Markets — those markets and vehicles moving the fastest at any particular point in time. These are where the top trading opportunities lie. You'll learn the specific vehicle selection criteria Mark has used to outperform the markets each year on both the long and short side — and what pattern recognition techniques he uses to enter, exit, protect, or trailing stop these vehicles with extremely low risk yet substantial potential. He shares his specific rules for taking profits and gives real-life examples from trades in offshore hedge funds. Finally, Mark discusses how he has used the techniques he teaches you to more than double the returns of the S&P and World Index with significantly less volatility and drawdown over the last decade, and how you can integrate these methods into your own trading to do the same.
|Expert: Mark Boucher|
Average Rating:How to Slash Drawdown, Volatility & Risk While Improving Trading Consistency & Above-Average Annual Return - Volume 2 Mark updates his enormously popular 1997 program in this workshop, which offers specific and practical information as well as general concepts applicable to a wide variety of trading situations.
|Expert: James Hyerczyk|
Average Rating:Learn how to combine price charts with Gann swing and angle trading systems.
|Expert: Dave Caplan|
Average Rating:You can use options to trade successfully in any market if you adopt strategies used by market professionals. Get a greater understanding of how to use the volatility component of options pricing to spot and take advantage of market oppurtunities. Then, discover how to use neutral option strategies to trade like a "bookie" and take advantage of the "overvalued" time value of out-of-the-money options, when and how to collect premiums from both sides of the market and how to adjust your positions to the optimal size. Learn the importance of safeguards based on individual market characteristics and sound money management principles using options. In this videotape you'll learn how an option strategy can be successful without having to predict the direction of the market, why combining option volatility levels with money management principles is the most important factor for success in trading options and how significant changes in volatility can help predict changes in market direction.
|Expert: Martin Pring|
Average Rating:Martin Pring was described in Barron’s as “a technicians' technician”. He is one of the most respected names in the field of forecasting financial markets. Through his company, The International Institute for Economic Research, he publishes "The Intermarket Review", a monthly publication covering global financial markets with special emphasis on the U.S. and international markets, precious metals, and currencies. "The Intermarket Review" is unique in that it integrates Martin’s long-term technical approach, his KST system, and six-stage business cycle analysis in one publication. Martin is probably best known as author of the book "Technical Analysis Explained" . . . "widely regarded as a standard work for this generation of chartists” (Forbes). "Technical Analysis Explained" is used in several university courses in the United States and Asia. It is also a recommended work for the Market Technician’s professional certification program (CMT). His other books include "The All-Season Investor", "Investment Psychology Explained", and his newest release, "Martin Pring on Market Momentum". No stranger to the world of technology, Martin has published educational videos and CD-ROMs in conjunction with Equis International (MetaStockTM) and Telescan. His own “Learning the KST” is a tutorial for the indicator Martin developed for his own work. The KST is one of the major indicators he uses for forecasting. Martin has lectured on the economy, technical analysis, and global financial markets all over the world, and has been featured in articles in such trade publications as "Barron’s", "The International Herald Tribune", "Futures" and "Stocks and Commodities". In 1988, he helped form Pring-Turner Capital Group, an investment counseling firm dedicated to the principles of conservative asset allocation based on business cycle developments. Among his future plans are a fully interactive CD-ROM course on technical analysis (including scoring) and a full schedule of seminars and lectures. Short-term indicators are normally used to time near-term trading moves. However, you can also use them for identifying reversals in the primary trend. Using these short-term techniques allows you to learn about the change in primary trend ahead of other traders. More importantly, trading in the direction of the main trend leads to the best profits. Martin feels that positions made against the direction of the main trend invariably lead to losses. This presentation gives you some tips for recognizing these trend reversal signs, thereby gaining better insight into the prevailing trend.
|Expert: Tom Cronin|
Average Rating:Discover why spreads can sometimes be better than outright positions in setting up a profitable trading program. Here's how you can put history on your side to analyze spreads and see examples of how seasonal spreads have worked in the past. Learn how to quote spreads accurately to execute your spread orders most effectively, how to take advantage of seasonal tendencies in trading crop and livestock spreads and how to use "drawdown" analysis of past spreads to build a roadmap for a spread trade. You'll see specific examples of successful spread trades completed by commercial traders and why they work, and you'll hear about this year's "home run" agricultural spread opportunity. In this DVD you'll learn how to identify spread opportunities and get a basic understanding of how to trade them plus you'll know how to construct a complete roadmap for a spread trade based on specific examples.
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