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|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: 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: Brian Grete/ Scott Davis|
Average Rating:Learn how to implement both fundamental and technical analysis in your trading plan. Brian Grete and Scott Davis show you the key fundamental data to watch in commodities and how it will impact futures. You'll learn how to weigh fundamental data to figure its true worth to the market. You'll also learn how to weigh fundamental data as a filter in your technical trading system to boost profits.
|Expert: George Fontanills|
Average Rating:If you could develop a low-risk plan that would lead to consistent trading profits, you would probably jump at the opportunity. Now you can with a method designed to reduce stress (the key to successful trading) and emulate the traits of the most successful traders in the world. In this fast-paced video DVD, you'll get specific information on how to trade the S&P, T-bond and currency futures contracts. You'll learn how you can use all the instruments available to you to build an arsenal of trading strategies to compete with the most sophisticated traders on the floor. Hear how to spot high-profit, low-risk trades and how to place and manage trades to keep the odds of winning on your side. George delivers powerful delta neutral and spread strategies in a clear and concise presentation. This video is both entertaining and informative! As a trading instructor, there is no one better then George Fontanills! He has spent years perfecting his strategies for reducing risk. George thoroughly enjoys teaching others how to become more successful in their trading.
|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: William Greenspan|
Average Rating:Floor trader William Greenspan explains how he day trades and shares with you the system he uses everyday. This same system has allowed Mr. Greenspan to achieve 155 consecutive winning months. In this fascinating DVD you will learn what it takes to day trade on the floor of a major exchange. You will also learn how to interpret major fundamental reports and much more. This is one of the most interesting looks into the mind of a succesful trader.
|Expert: Max Ansbacher|
Average Rating:Max analyzes the psychological framework of a successful options buyer or seller and the decisions that a person must make regarding his risk posture and strategy. An options trader must first decide which side of the trade to take, buying options or writing them. This requires analyzing the very different risks, profit potentials, capital requirements, and profit probabilities of each side. You will learn the three major benefits and one big negative of buying options, as well as important rules for selling and buying them. Max discusses margin requirements for options sellers and outlines the importance of defensive tactics — how and when to use stops and how to reduce the "unlimited risk" nightmare of selling naked options. You will learn how to pick the right underlying future, stock, or index on which to trade options and how to determine what size position to take. Max explains how to select the best strike price and maturity date for option buyers and sellers, when and how to roll up, roll down, and roll out your options, and when to close out your position and take your gains or pains.
|Expert: Mark Seleznov/ Robert Deel|
Average Rating:Electronic trading is the wave of the future - and it is here. Rather than rely on the Internet, traders can now achieve almost instantaneous execution using specialized electronic communication networks. Electronic trading gives you the ability to make trades on the NYSE, AMEX and NASDAQ in seconds using electronic communications networks (ECNs), Small Order Execution Systems™ (SOES) and Designated Order Turnaround™ (DOT) systems. Futures and stock traders are finding electronic trading a must for risk management, slippage reduction, and trading plan control. Faced with continual, instant market data, slow reaction times can be deadly for the trader. Rigid self-discipline and a proactive approach are invaluable to your success. In this workshop, you will learn techniques and rules you can quickly apply in electronic trading situations. You will be shown short-term trading techniques used by successful day and short-term position traders. Perhaps more importantly, you will learn a new and unique way to improve your mental control and focus and master your emotions. To help you better understand these exciting advances, Robert and Mark will provide active demonstrations during their presentations and will guide you through the anatomy of a short-term trade. This workshop is of special interest to any short-term traders or aggressive investors.
|Expert: Robert Deel|
Average Rating:Electronic trading is already having a profound impact on trading worldwide. Electronic communication networks (ECNs) are forcing dramatic changes, even at the NYSE. This session will help you gain an understanding of this revolutionary trading technology and learn how to master it for your own success. Specialized ECNs allow traders to achieve almost instantaneous order routing, an advancement that liberates traders from unreliable or slow Internet-based trading systems. In this workshop, you will learn the basics of electronic trading, including terminology, the use of ECNs, trading techniques, money management, level II screens, and technical analysis.
|Expert: Robert W. Colby|
Average Rating:There are hundreds of trading systems. Some are effective, while others are not. Robert shows you how to tell the difference, how and when to use the best ones, how to really make a system your own, and how to avoid common mistakes. He continues to show you how you can and why you must avoid flawed ideas. This session helps you learn the best way to develop and test a precise set of trading rules to deal with all kinds of market behavior — rules that leave no room for uncertainty or confusion. You will find specific decision rules and techniques that maximize your potential for profit while minimizing your risk of significant loss. Trading strategy can be approached in a systematic, scientific way. You do not need to spend years personally observing the market to understand its behavior. Effective system selection and testing is an easier, quicker and less costly way to learn from historical experience.
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