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Technical Traders Forum

Join us in October for our “Technical Trader Forum” webinar series as three active participants in today’s dynamic index markets present their unique approach to technical trading. The third and final presenter in the series is Joe Musolino.

Recorded Webinar: Statistical Approach to Supply and Demand

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Do You Have What It Takes To Improve?
By Dr. Andrew Menaker   
October 31, 2014

After you identify and can articulate your edge in the market, there is something that stops most traders from improving. When you know deep down inside that you have an issue with taking losses, or holding winners, or hesitating, or taking impulse trades - what do you do?

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Swing Trading Method for Consistency
By Steve Wheeler   
October 30, 2014

Swing trading implies that you are going to identify the major moves that the market makes in the timeframe in which you trade and take advantage of a portion of the major moves that are made. Market behavior tends to repeat itself over and over, so knowing these patterns can help to put the probabilities in your favor.

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Preference: Slower Charts vs. Faster Charts
By Austin Passamonte   
October 30, 2014

There was a time, a long time in fact when I preferred slow charts and a slower pace of trading. I'm not sure exactly when the transition occurred, but at this stage of my career I personally prefer faster charts and more frequent opportunities.

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Short-Term Call Options
By Dan Passarelli   
October 30, 2014

With the market once again considering a move higher as earnings wind down, it might be a good time to talk about call options. When an option trader buys a call option, he or she has the right to buy the underlying at a particular price (strike price) before a certain time (expiration).

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Daily CME Market Study
By Dan Gramza   
October 30, 2014

In today's video, we will take a look back at several of the major markets. Starting with the Euro market. We saw the Euro get weaker as the sellers pushed this market to key support level. We will need to be on the lookout today to see if this market can push even lower through it's support.

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When They Sell, Should You Buy?
By Alex Wasilewski   
October 29, 2014

Wouldn't it be nice if we could poll all the traders. We want to check if they are bullish or bearish. Most recognize that when the public is overly bearish or bullish the market tends to turn around. One of the benefits of a trading room is the ability to check a micro version of the general public. If we are sharp, we can use that information to our advantage.

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Price Action, Market Depth and Volume Profile, Part 3
By Lee Leibfarth   
October 29, 2014

Price action, market depth and volume profile analysis can be extremely useful to traders because it shows not only the price and volume action that is happening now, but points to where a symbol is likely to be trading in the near future. This type of analysis can greatly improve your situational awareness in the markets and, consequently, your trading performance. Here, in the final article of our three-part series, we examine Volume Profile.

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Morning Prep: All Eyes Focused on FOMC Announcement
By Jerry Simmons   
October 29, 2014

The biggest piece of news today will come from the FOMC announcement. Will the fed decide to continue with quantitative easing or will they choose to scale in back based on how the economy has been recently? In today's video, let's take a look at how this announcement could impact the markets.

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Simplified Trend and Momentum Trading
By Martin Rimes   
October 29, 2014

Title: Simplified Trend and Momentum Trading

Speaker:Martin Rimes

Company: Hit the Market Trading

Day trading is one of the more challenging forms of trading where all too often, less is more. Keeping your charts free of excess decision points and relying on a simplified approach often allows for faster day trading response time.

Join full time trader Martin Rimes for a live online discussion of simple price chart techniques which have stood the test of time using trend and momentum for trade entry and exit.

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October, A Game of Two Halves for Gold
By Anna Coulling   
October 28, 2014

For gold, October could best be described as a game of two halves, with the rally of the early part of the month, now appearing to have run out to steam as the longer term bearish sentiment begins to dominate once more.

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Archived Webinars
Simplified Trend and Momentum Trading
By Martin Rimes   
October 29, 2014

Title: Simplified Trend and Momentum Trading

Speaker:Martin Rimes

Company: Hit the Market Trading

Day trading is one of the more challenging forms of trading where all too often, less is more. Keeping your charts free of excess decision points and relying on a simplified approach often allows for faster day trading response time.

Join full time trader Martin Rimes for a live online discussion of simple price chart techniques which have stood the test of time using trend and momentum for trade entry and exit.

View Video...
 
Statistical Approach to Supply and Demand
By Joe Musolino   
October 24, 2014

Title: Statistical Approach to Supply and Demand

Speaker: Joe Musolino

Company: Bell Curve

Watch Joe Musolino as he presented a unique statistical methodology that helps traders focus on what he considers the most compelling dynamic in the any market – supply and demand.

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My Secret Weapon for Finding Better Trades
By Hubert Senters   
October 22, 2014

Title: My Secret Weapon for Finding Better Trades

Speaker:Hubert Senters

Company: HubertSenters.com

One of the most important parts of trading is being able to identify the trend as quickly as possible. Identifying the trend, and being able to see possible changes before they happen. Far too often, traders have anywhere from 10-30 indicators loaded onto one chart cluttering their platform.

Maybe this works for some, but this kind of setup can often create an overload of information. Too much information can be just as bad as not enough information. Learning to use the right indicator for the right trade can be a game changer.

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Locating and Trading Clusters of Support and Resistance
By Nick McDonald   
October 17, 2014

Title: Locating and Trading Clusters of Support and Resistance

Speaker:Nick McDonald

Company: Trade with Precision

Watch Nick McDonald in our second event in the “Technical Traders Forum” webinar series as he presented a unique approach to targeting high probability trading opportunities in the index futures markets.

Learn how you can combine trend trading methods with cluster zones and begin incorporating this targeting approach to your trading. Gain an understanding of what Nick considers the most important technical tool at a traders disposal – the price action trend confirmed across multiple timeframes.

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Insider's Tips to Trading Three Classic Patterns
By Corey Rosenbloom   
October 10, 2014

Title: Insider's Tips to Trading Three Classic Patterns

Speaker:Corey Rosenbloom

Company: Afraid to Trade

Many traders, both new and existing, can often get caught up searching through complicated strategies to help identify more effective trading opportunities.

As is often the case, sometimes taking a step back to focus on classic, proven approaches can reveal simple strategies that deliver what traders are searching for.

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Daily CME Market Study
By Dan Gramza   
October 30, 2014

In today's video, we will take a look back at several of the major markets. Starting with the Euro market. We saw the Euro get weaker as the sellers pushed this market to key support level. We will need to be on the lookout today to see if this market can push even lower through it's support.

View Video...
 
When They Sell, Should You Buy?
By Alex Wasilewski   
October 29, 2014

Wouldn't it be nice if we could poll all the traders. We want to check if they are bullish or bearish. Most recognize that when the public is overly bearish or bullish the market tends to turn around. One of the benefits of a trading room is the ability to check a micro version of the general public. If we are sharp, we can use that information to our advantage.

View Video...
 
Morning Prep: All Eyes Focused on FOMC Announcement
By Jerry Simmons   
October 29, 2014

The biggest piece of news today will come from the FOMC announcement. Will the fed decide to continue with quantitative easing or will they choose to scale in back based on how the economy has been recently? In today's video, let's take a look at how this announcement could impact the markets.

View Video...
 
Simplified Trend and Momentum Trading
By Martin Rimes   
October 29, 2014

Title: Simplified Trend and Momentum Trading

Speaker:Martin Rimes

Company: Hit the Market Trading

Day trading is one of the more challenging forms of trading where all too often, less is more. Keeping your charts free of excess decision points and relying on a simplified approach often allows for faster day trading response time.

Join full time trader Martin Rimes for a live online discussion of simple price chart techniques which have stood the test of time using trend and momentum for trade entry and exit.

View Video...
 
S&P Consolidates, But the Trend Remains the Same
By Stephen Bigalow   
October 28, 2014

Candlestick analysis makes the overall market trend direction analysis much easier to assess based upon the combination of signals and patterns in all the indexes. This also allows for the identification of high probability trades.

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