Title: Using Market Structure to Identify Trading Opportunities
Date: June 28, 2016
Presenter: John Slazas
Company: JS Services
Many traders do not see the market opportunities until they have already passed. They struggle with the insight to spot market movement before it occurs.
Join John Slazas for a fast paced webinar event as he demonstrates a powerful approach to increase your awareness of correlated market dynamics. He will introduce JS Services Market State analytics which are integrated into the NinjaTrader platform. The analytics allow you to monitor price action of correlated marketing within their respective structure. This will provide insight to current conditions, allowing you to anticipate opportunity in real time.
Topics to be addressed include:
- What is market state and why it dominates price action
- The difference between price structure and market structure
- Live examples of how correlations in the Energy and Equity Indexes
- A look at how macro market structure aligns with the micro structure of the order-book to improve awareness
John Slazas is a Chicago native who grew up on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange floor and mentored under some of its most influential traders and leaders. He is an industry innovator with over 30 years of experience in the futures and options markets in such areas as trading, technical analysis, quantitative analytics, trade system design, trade execution and trader development. Mr. Slazas is registered as a Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA) with the National Futures Association and is a former equity member of the Index and Options market at the CME.
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