Google+
Technical Analysis - Which Approach is Best for You?
By Corey Rosenbloom   
March 03, 2011

Title:Technical Analysis - Which Approach is Best for You?

Speaker:Corey Rosenbloom

Company: Afraid to Trade.com

Make 2011 the Year You Learn More About Technical Analysis Tools and Strategies!

Curious about technical analysis, but do not know where to start? Do you have just enough knowledge of technical analysis to be dangerous?

Join Corey Rosenbloom, Chartered Market Technician and author of The Complete Trading Course as he kicks-off the Technical Trading 101 webinar series with a review of various analysis methodologies to help new and intermediate traders identify the approach that best fits their skill sets.

In this live online session, Corey will begin with the foundation of modern technical analysis and review how this has progressed to the current methods used by traders to make decisions in today’s markets.

Corey will review the core charting principles of Dow Theory and move through demonstrations of a number of analysis tools featuring the Russell 2000® Index Futures and the US Dollar Index® Futures along with examples of leading stocks and ETFs from different timeframes.

View Presentation Full Screen



View Presentation in Webpage

Corey Rosenbloom holds the professional designation of Chartered Market Technician (CMT), and is the founder of Afraid to Trade. He founded Afraid to Trade to share some of his experiences and define trading strategies for the public, which detail his unique style of incorporating both the larger perspective of inter-market analysis with the shorter, intraday trading techniques and classical price concepts that can be employed to minimize risk and maximize opportunity.

The “Technical Trading 101” webinar series has brought together top industry educators focusing on technical approaches to index futures trading. These traders are active participants in today’s dynamic index markets, and the information they present should be useful to all traders. This series includes three events in March and is co-sponsored by Trader Kingdom, ICE Futures U.S. and Zen-Fire, organizations that encourage all traders to expand their knowledge about the markets.




The views and opinions offered in these presentations are solely those of the presenters. ICE has not verified the information presented, and makes no representation about its accuracy or completeness. The views in the presentations are not necessarily those of IntercontinentalExchange(R) or ICE Futures U.S.(R) and cannot be the basis for any claim against them. The ICE name and logo are used with the permission of IntercontinentalExchange, Inc. and are registered trademarks of IntercontinentalExchange, Inc. All rights are reserved. Futures and options trading involves substantial risk and is not for everyone.

This website is for educational purposes only. Futures, options, and spot currency trading have large potential risk and traders should be well-educated before putting real money at risk. You must be aware of the risks and willing to accept them in order to invest in all markets. Don't trade with money you can't afford to lose. This website is neither a solicitation nor an offer to buy/sell a futures contract or currency.

 

Free E-Newsletter

Stay in touch with the latest news on free events and market updates from industry experts!



Banner
This website is for educational and informational purposes only and readers agree to Trader Kingdom’s Disclaimer, Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Offers and events from 3rd party vendors are provided for convenience only. Trader Kingdom is not responsible for the content of a 3rd party website or their services.

Futures, options, and spot currency trading have large potential risk and traders should be well-educated before putting real money at risk. You must be aware of the risks and willing to accept them in order to invest in all markets. Risk capital is money that can be lost without jeopardizing ones financial security or life style. Only risk capital should be used for trading and only those with sufficient risk capital should consider trading. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results. This website is neither a solicitation nor an offer to buy/sell a futures contract or currency.