Tuesday, December 11, 2012
Advanced Emini Day Trading Strategies Free Webinar Event Dec 11
This Free Live Market Event Reveals The 3 Pillars of Profitable E-mini Trading
Fact: over seventy percent of overall market volume is now traded via computer algorithms.
If you want to compete in the new era day trading, you have to keep up with the latest technology. Old-school trading methods simply do not cut it anymore.
What's Your Strategy?
You can try your best to be an ace stock picker, but the choppy markets make that like a game of Russian roulette.
The old-school approach of highly emotional and discretionary trading has become obsolete, thanks to computer algorithms.
To compete today, traders need a mechanical approach--a strategy that can provide a substantial upgrade to your current modus operandi for trading.
My colleague, Chris Dunn, is sharing a clear road map to day trading e-mini futures in his upcoming live market event, "The 3 Pillars of E-mini Trading."
Click here to reserve your spot for the live event:
Chris is gaining a rapidly-growing, loyal following among E-mini traders, all thanks to his step-by-step, easy to understand strategy and live market training.
The response to his last webinar was very impressive, and I'm sure this one will be even bigger.
During this live market event, you'll see a strategy that aims to pick off small, calculated moves in about 60-90 minutes a day.
Chris wants to show you how this works in the live market, because it's easy to look like a genius in hindsight, but the only thing that matters in trading is trading off the "hard right edge", or what isn't on the chart yet.
If you're an active trader hoping to benefit from the massive opportunity of day trading e-mini futures in today's highly volatile market, then you need to see this strategy.
You have nothing to lose by checking out this webinar, so go ahead and register now before it's full.
Remember, Chris's strategy isn't about guessing what the market is going to do next week or even tomorrow. It isn't about studying financial reports, scanning hundreds of stocks, or getting bogged down with complicated trading theory. It's about keeping things very simple by trading a few markets in just a couple hours a day.
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