Futures Trading Training Webinars


Technical Day Trading with a Patient Hand
February 22, 2012   3:30 PM CT
Upcoming Webinars


Speaker: Pratik Patel


Join Pratik Patel, co-founder and head trader of, as he discusses why he made the switch to trading the grains along with the benefits of using a consistent trading strategy for day trading commodity futures. In addition, Pratik will also introduce strategies to manage trading risk in this uncertain volatile market.

This event will demonstrate optimal trading setups Pratik uses to control risk featuring examples including Grain Futures (ZC, ZS, ZW), Oil Futures (CL), and Index Futures (ES) that are traded on the CME Group. This session is ideal for both novice and experienced traders alike as Pratik brings his vast knowledge and experience into the futures trading environment.

The following topics will be reviewed in this live session:

  • Characteristics of a consistent trader
  • What technical to look for before entering a position
  • How to manage a trade once a position is established
  • Controlling emotions in a volatile market environment
  • How to identify support & resistance levels used for Retracements & Pullbacks
  • Measuring risk while in a position

Pratik Patel is an active full time day trader speculating in the commodity futures markets for the past 7 years. After years of trading an array of futures products from Lean Hog to E-mini S&P 500 futures, he has found a consistent market strategy within the CME Group grain futures markets that can also be applied to various other markets.

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