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Fundamentals of Point and Figure Charting
By John Bougearel   
August 31, 2011

Title:Fundamentals of Point and Figure Charting

Speaker:John Bougearel

Company: Structural Logic

Join John Bougearel for this webinar event as he reviews the fundamentals of point and figure charting featuring the Russell 2000® Index Futures and the US Dollar Index® Futures in his examples.

Attendees of this online session will learn:

  • How to identify and trade fulcrums, mid-fulcrums, and simple double and triple-top buy and sell signals in point and figure charting
  • How to identify and trade "High Poles" (buying climaxes) and "Low Poles" (selling Climaxes)
  • How to identify low-volatility/low-risk point and figure buy and sell signals
  • How to identify and utilize Two Key Market Profile Concepts: 1) False Auctions and 2) Points of Control
  • How to filter out false signals utilizing a mean reversion filtering system


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Ray McKenzie, VP of Product Development at ICE Futures US, will also provide an overview of the Russell and US Dollar Index trading on ICE.

John Bougearel began his career as a financial market consultant and Commodity Trading Advisor at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange in 1994. John trades equity futures, treasury futures, the metals and grain markets. John’s company Financial Futures Analysis consults with professional traders, hedge funds, wealth management companies. In addition, John launched the financial newsletter Structural Logic in 2000 providing clients with research and insights they need to complement their own risk management strategies and investment goals. John is also a professional speaker educating financial professionals, investors and traders on the markets and his research has been published in Barron’s among other financial publications.

John Bougearel began his career as a financial market consultant and Commodity Trading Advisor at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange in 1994. John trades equity futures, treasury futures, the metals and grain markets. John’s company Financial Futures Analysis consults with professional traders, hedge funds, wealth management companies. In addition, John launched the financial newsletter Structural Logic in 2000 providing clients with research and insights they need to complement their own risk management strategies and investment goals. John is also a professional speaker educating financial professionals, investors and traders on the markets and his research has been published in Barron’s among other financial publications.



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