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How to Trade Opening Gaps with a Quantified Edge
By Scott Andrews   
May 04, 2016

Title: How to Trade Opening Gaps with a Quantified Edge

Speaker:Scott Andrews

Company: InvestiQuant.com

Many traders use opening gaps to execute trend trades, but did you know that fading the open is often the easier strategy?

Join Scott Andrews, "The Gap Guy," and learn how he has successfully traded the opening gap for over a decade using simple concepts that can be quantified and proven.

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The Secret to Setups that Work
By Steve Wheeler   
April 29, 2016

Title: The Secret to Setups that Work

Speaker:Steve Wheeler

Company: NaviTrader

Join Steve Wheeler of NaviTrader for this live event demonstrating a simple 3 step plan to help you improve trading consistency. These techniques can be applied the very next trading day and are designed to help you target powerful set-ups while protecting your existing profits.

In addition, Steve will introduce the 5-part checklist he uses to help manage his trading day. Following this simple routine can help to make your trading decisions easier and less stressful.

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Advanced Fibonacci Made Simple
By Barry Burns   
April 27, 2016

Title:Advanced Fibonacci Made Simple

Speaker:Barry Burns

Company: Top Dog Trading

Fibonacci numbers are widely used in trading - but are they really practical? Can they really help you trade more consistently?

Join Barry Burns for this live webinar as he removes the mystery of why Fibonacci trading works so well and exactly how to use it to improve your consistency.

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How to Trade Futures with Market Depth and Volume Profile
By Lee Leibfarth   
April 22, 2016

Title: How to Trade Futures with Market Depth and Volume Profile

Speaker:Lee Leibfarth

Company: PowerZone Trading

Market depth and volume profile are effective tools for analyzing the markets, but they are commonly overlooked simply because most traders don’t understand how to use them.

  • Market depth shows the standing buy and sell orders for a trading instrument – the prices where traders want to buy and sell – which can help you spot areas of support and resistance.
  • Volume profile calculates trading activity over a specific time period, highlighting the prices that are popular with the market – and the prices that are not.
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How Supply & Demand Forms at Support & Resistance
By Will Busby   
April 20, 2016

Title: How Supply & Demand Forms at Support & Resistance

Speaker:Will Busby

Company: Pure Financial Academy

Support and resistance are rather easy to spot on a price chart when compared to supply and demand. However, this key piece of underlying price action information can help provide an edge that many traders are searching for in their live trading.

Join Will Busby for this live event demonstrating how you can identify and combine these 2 powerful forces to help you make well educated trading decisions.

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