Title: How Day Traders Using NinjaTrader Can Improve their Market State Awareness
Date: March 19, 2015
Presenter: John Slazas
Challenges for today’s technical day traders are formidable. The trading landscape has changed and it is dominated by fundamental trading with high frequency quants at one end and massive funds at the other. How do technical day traders compete and avoid being picked apart by predatory algos or run over by massive funds?
Join John Slazas for this fast paced webinar event introducing how day traders can incorporate market state as a strategy foundation for their trading tactics and how improving your awareness will allow for more intuitive trading.
In this event you will learn awareness to:
- What Market State the funds have identified as the current trading environment
- The price structure alignment of the market state
- The pervasive strategy themes that are inherent to the current market state
- Improve our market state awareness to compete in today’s trading challenges
Specific examples from the current trading session will be demonstrated using the new JS Desktop application to identify the current market state, its price structure foundation and the inherent strategy themes of the state and structure dynamic.
John Slazas has over 25 years of experience in the Futures and Options markets in such areas as trading, technical analysis, system design, publication, trade execution and clearing. He is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of JS Services Research and Trading, LLC. The company was formed in 1984 as a full-service technical research company to provide trading strategies and support to exchange members and institutional trading houses.
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