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|Expert: Linda Raschke|
Average Rating:Linda Raschke, renowned financial trader and speaker, will draw on the work of two noted technicians to show you how to apply some classical technical principles and methods to today's dynamic markets. Chester Keltner, one of the early pioneers in the field of system trading, is best known for his "Keltner Channels". Keltner also designed several mechanical systems for trading the grain markets. Linda will discuss his techniques and show how his non-trending conditions can be modified to highlight both trending and non-trending conditions, as well as to define specific trading set-ups. Richard Wyckoff was the master of analyzing accumulation and distribution patterns. Anyone wishing to develop his or her tape reading skills must be familiar with Wyckoff's techniques. Linda will summarize his classical concepts and then demonstrate how she utilizes them in her own analysis and trading. "Street Smarts", the book Linda co-authored with Larry Connors, describes how to capture these concepts and mold them into a concrete trading methodology. Preparation and organization, done ahead of time, are the keys to combining mechanical set-ups and tape reading. In this workshop, Linda will show you how to accomplish this.
|Expert: James A. Bianco|
Average Rating:Learn from one of the most respected traders/technicians in the futures industry about the issues and indicators that every trader should know and watch to determine the best market opportunities.
|Expert: John Murphy|
Average Rating:In this 90-minute video, veteran market analyst John Murphy explains how he looks at the markets using non- traditional methods. Using sector rotation, John will guide you through his thought process in selecting markets to trade. You will also get to see John's intermarket analysis in action and just how commodities can put a drag or a rocket under a stock. John further explains the relationship between the U.S. Dollar and Gold prices. All in all, you will find this to be one of the most insightful DVDs you are ever going to see on investing and trading.
|Expert: Mark Cook|
Average Rating:In this fast-paced DVD, trading champion Mark Cook shares his ideas for making winning trades. As the first place finisher in the options division of the 1992 U.S. Investing Championship, Mark credits research, planning and an attention to detail for his astounding 536% return. In this presentation, Mark reveals how he uses common sense and hard work in just the right proportions to dramatically improve his trading success. After viewing this tape, you'll come away with a realistic perspective on how much money you can expect to earn with your trading and how much time you'll need to spend to achieve your goals.
|Expert: Mark Cook|
Average Rating:Whether you are a novice or an experienced trader, sometimes the markets leave you feeling like either an idiot, a moron or both. Trading professional Mark Cook shows you how to conquer trading mistakes and get back on the right track. In his workshop he shows you what to do when your winning percentage drops, how to adjust position size for different trading environments and how to build your confidence. His methods will help you achieve trading consistency but, should your capital erode, his insights will also show you how to rebuild your capital base.
|Expert: Jake Bernstein|
Average Rating:Jake Bernstein is one of the most highly respected futures analysts in the world. As the result of his many years spent researching the markets, Jake has developed numerous tools to produce sound, practical trading strategies, including ways to gauge the sentiment of the marketplace and determine what it might do next. In his trademark no-nonsense style, Jake presents the case for cycles in this fast-moving video. You'll be on the edge of your seat during this eye-opening workshop as Jake demonstrates some of his favorite new trading strategies and shows you how to use them to capture what he calls "no brainer" trades during the next six to twelve months.
|Expert: Brian J. Millard|
Average Rating:Currencies, fixed income, equities and futures are all characterized by price movement that is simultaneously both random and cyclical. The random movement is, of course, unpredictable. Cyclical movement is somewhat predictable, although not completely because the various cycles undergo gradual changes in amplitude and frequency. Channel analysis provides a simple way of focusing on the predictable. This knowledge will enable the trader to enter and leave the market at the optimum time for maximum profits. Using examples from the currency and stock markets, Brian shows you how the channel analysis method can be applied to both short-term and medium-term trading. You will learn fundamental relationships between short-term and medium-term trends, and how to decide when either type of trend is likely to change direction. You are given guidelines and rules for estimating the future target area in which the trends will again reverse direction. This will enable you to choose the trades with the highest gain potential and lower risk at the time trade is contemplated.
|Expert: Steve Briese|
Average Rating:Get current analysis techniques in detail and market specific insights from the preeminent expert on the government "Commitment of Traders" report. Steve Briese will show you how to incorporate essential information and a variety of tools and techniques into a winning formula for your own trading methodology. Discover what a trading edge is, how you can get it, and how to pinpoint situations that can lead to spectacular profits.
|Expert: Peter Steidlmayer|
Average Rating:Organizing data is always the first step in analysis. Most technical traders organize market data in terms of time and price. Peter contends that this is not the way the market represents itself, and that traders would be better served to view market data as the market actually presents it. In this session, Peter examines market segments, or discrete market movements, in terms of value and development rather than price and time. To really understand the market, traders must allow the market to communicate freely. Any externally imposed structure will distort the results. Peter views chronological time as just such an external structure. Market movements do not conveniently begin and end at pre-calculated times in order to coincide with a particular chart or trading style. Market movements begin when some inefficiency between buyers and sellers exists. The movement ends when the market has attained its objective. Most technical analysis is based on the premise that the current price has already discounted all available information about the underlying instrument and so is “fair” at any given time. Peter explains why recent developments in the markets invalidate this assumption — price at any given moment no longer represents value at that moment. Inefficiency generates market movement. In Peter’s terms, such movement begins with a dominant force that then drives the movement to some result or output (price). The end of any given market segment is, by definition, the beginning of another. Determining how, when, and under what circumstances a market segment ends is the beginning of market evaluation. The concept of efficiency is critical to Peter’s methodology. It is, essentially, that state in which the buyers and sellers agree on the value of an underlying instrument. Peter explains the concept of dynamic efficiency, in which the markets are always moving from imbalance to balance. Peter believes that, ultimately, questions raised by the market can only be answered through active participation in the markets. In this session, Peter gives you the foundation you need to undertake this journey. According to Peter, the market “ . . has a well-defined underlying process that can be understood and recognized and that process has a natural progression that can be seen and measured. It has reference points which, when identified, represent important information, and it produces a final output which accomplishes the market’s purpose. The process is cyclical: it reaches closure and then starts over again.”
|Expert: Adam Hewison|
Average Rating:J. Adam Hewison, the founder and president of INO.com, will share with you the technical tools he uses every day to determine trends in the foreign exchange markets. He will also discuss the outlook for the U.S. dollar and major cross-rates and show you a very simple technique to determine the major trend in the currency markets. Adam will explain negative and positive forces in the marketplace and how the big moves are often set up years in advance. As a former floor trader, Adam will discuss the difference between trading on the floor of an exchange and trading from an office thousands of miles away.
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