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|Expert: Larry Williams|
Average Rating:Throughout his enormously successful trading career, Larry Williams probably has developed, evaluated, tested and actually traded more indicators and trading systems than anyone else in the industry. Never one to shy away from controversy, Larry delivers a hard-hitting expose on some of the huge and sometimes outrageous claims being made by some of today's futures marketers. Along with that, he will reveal some of the major differences in today's indicators, money management methods and markets and explain how understanding these differences can help you produce more winning trades...and increase your profits.
|Expert: Tom Dorsey|
Average Rating:The financial landscape has been changed forever by the widespread acceptance of the Internet. Understanding the driving principles for this new economy of the twenty-first century is a must. The invention and subsequent development of the Internet has brought new companies to trade, extended trading hours, introduced trading online, and made worldwide information instantly available. The one thing that hasn't changed is supply and demand. The same concepts that have affected the prices of produce in the supermarket for decades affect the change of stock prices on Wall Street as well. Tom will help you develop a game plan for understanding the imbalances between supply and demand in stock prices. Tom will discuss market risk, sector rotation and individual stock selection, all using Point & Figure methodology. His straightforward, enthusiastic and always entertaining presentation will leave you with strategies for successfully managing risk in the stock market for the twenty-first century.
|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: Brad Matheny/ Gary Wagner|
Average Rating:In this video workshop you'll discover the crucial chart patterns that candlesticks reveal - how to interpret them and how to use them to pinpoint market turns. You'll also learn how to use candlesticks in combination with familiar technical indicators like Stochastics, %R, Relative Strength Index and Moving Averages to create a dynamic, synergistic and extremely successful trading system.
|Expert: Cynthia Kase|
Average Rating:These simple probability studies can help you dramatically increase your trading profits. Do you want to get back to the basics without reverting back to outdated techniques? In this fast-moving video, you’ll learn the latest and greatest new computerized trading techniques that employ the four basics of trading - trend, momentum, patterns and stops - reformulated and updated using higher mathematics. Building on her experience as a successful engineer, corporate trader and risk manager, Cynthia Kase shows you how to take advantage of some cutting-edge tools and technology to broaden your knowledge of the marketplace, diminish your risk of loss and take your trading to a whole new level of success. If you’re looking for state-of-the art trading techniques that can increase your profits and diminish your risk, this video is for you!
|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: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: Linda Raschke|
Average Rating:R.W. Schabacker described technical analysis as “the study of factors arising in the market itself which can influence price movement without regard to fundamental considerations.” These factors include human behavior, market composition, flow of funds, cycles, support/resistance, and the market’s position relative to itself. In addition to being a consummate student of market technicals, Schabacker was also a brilliant student of actual trading techniques, which he recognized as being quite different than the study of technical analysis. Linda first presents a brief summary of some of Schabacker’s most significant technical theories. She then outlines his key principles of trading. Linda, always practical in her approach to markets, presents practical applications that allow you to apply these theories to today’s markets. She also discusses specific ways to detect underlying market manipulation. Finally, Linda explains several concrete trading techniques in detail, including patterns using gaps, closing prices, news, and chart formations.
|Expert: Joseph B. Stowell|
Average Rating:You will learn several short-term trading techniques including three new trading signals, IDR (Inside Day Reversal), LMI (Leading Momentum Indicator) and TBS (Third Bar Signal), through the use of a daily bar chart. Joseph discuses mechanical entry points, protective stops and profit objectives for short-term trades of two to five days. Joseph’s presentation shows you his integration of the various short-term trading signals and how they form a master trading plan for participating in various markets.
|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.
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