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Trading Webinar: 7 Most Effective Trading Setups
Thu, Dec 19, 2019 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PST
In this session, we’ll take a look at what makes a good trading setup, then we’ll look at Peter’s top 7 trading setups.
For each trading setup, we’ll consider the following:
– What the setup is
– Which market conditions it works best in
– Why the setup works
– Who is on the wrong and right side of the trade if it works out
– How to identify it’s working out
– How to identify if it’s not working out
– Typical Risk:Reward
What you will see is that although the setups are different, there’s lots of things in common with them. Instead of learning 7 different skills, we are taking a few skills and applying them in different scenarios. With these 7 setups, you would certainly expect to find multiple trades per day on most market, but patience is still key because we want to get in when conditions are just right. For those looking for new setups or those looking to improve the way they confirm/manage their existing setups – this webinar is for you.
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March is now front month for bonds (Zb and ZN), Stock indices ( ES, NQ etc.), currencies (6e, 6b etc.), most grains (zw, zc) and many other markets.
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