The next U.S. markets live webinar is scheduled to run from January 29th through February 9th, 2018. If you would like to join, please send me an email through my contact page and let me know you would like to register. I will then send you an invoice and all the links to download the starter videos. Due to the size of the files and the fact that I offer discounts for returning webinar customers as well as to people who have already purchased the intermediate course, this is the easiest way for me to manage the ordering process. If you plan on attending the live sessions, you may register at any time and begin watching the starter videos. It takes quite a few hours to work through all the videos so I recommend signing up at least two weeks ahead of the live sessions. This allows for plenty of time to review the starter videos before the live sessions begin. The live sessions are recorded so you will still be able to watch them even if you are unable to attend.
The most recent webinar ran from October 23rd through November 3rd. The recordings are now available to anyone who was unable to attend as well as customers who do not want to wait till the next live sessions begin.
2 Weeks of Live Trading + Recordings + Set of Starter Videos: $1649
Discounted price for returning webinar customers: $695
I offer both a U.S. webinar which focuses on the U.S. treasuries and U.S. equity indices as well as a Eurex only webinar which focuses on the Bund, Bobl, Eurostoxx and Dax. There is a page for each one under the Webinars tab in the site menu. If you have additional questions about one of these courses, please send me an email.
If you’ve purchased the intermediate course, that purchase is applied to any first time webinar order.
The webinars are structured to accommodate both new and experienced traders and are comprised of two parts.
The first part is a set of starter videos which you receive before the live sessions begin. These starter videos lay the groundwork and are a crucial part of the instruction. They cover nearly every aspect of trading for a living. The first group of videos explain all the details of how the game is played as well as things like understanding how to properly assess risk to reward, preserving your bankroll, knowing when to press and when to cut back on size, spreading, understanding context, etc. NOTE: These starter videos are not the videos from the basic and intermediate courses. They are a completely separate set of videos.
The next group of videos shows real trades. I surgically dissect them and get as detailed as I can possibly get with regards to explaining the strategies. I use the pause/start/rw/ff buttons to move through sections and point out where buyers were hitting offers, where sellers were hitting bids, high and low volume areas, bids and offers stacking and pulling depending on whether they were spoofs or real orders, and so on and so forth. The real trick is understanding the context surrounding each trade because this is what helps one gain an accurate picture of the scenario. It’s not just about anticipating the direction. It’s also about anticipating all possible outcomes before one even enters a trade. What do I do if it doesn’t immediately break? What do I do if it chops back and forth longer than I think it should? What are the signals which will determine my exit strategy? Etc. I show winners, losers and break-even trades. Knowing how to properly manage a trade is one of the most difficult parts of trading so I explain what I’m watching on a moment to moment basis and how it’s affecting my read.
The last few videos bring all the pieces of the puzzle together and I explain how one goes about developing a long-term winning methodology.
The second part of the webinar consists of two weeks of live trading. Participants log into a live room where they can see my screen and interact with me via instant messenger and audio. I talk through what I am seeing in the price action and when I decide to initiate a trade, I talk through the entire thought process behind it. Participants can ask questions via instant messenger all day and I try to answer them as they come through to me. If the question is short, I can usually answer it in the moment. If it requires a more detailed explanation, I will answer it at the end of the day after I’ve finished trading. We do a Q&A session at the end of each day and I do not leave until all questions are answered. I also open the room to audio questions at the end of the day so a person with a detailed question is not required to write multiple paragraphs in the IM box.
The live sessions are recorded and those full, unedited recordings are sent out each night. I also put together a trade recap video for each day. After I end the session, I go through the day’s trades and dissect them the same way I do on the starter videos. This allows me to get very detailed and point out prints and price action which a person may have missed in the moment. These trade recap videos are also an important part of the course and repeated study of them helps speed up the learning process. The recap video is sent out with the unedited recording.
You can download all the videos and save them directly to your computer. You do not have to log into a site to view them.
NOTE: If you miss a webinar, you have two options. You can either get the starter videos and the recordings of the most recent webinar or you can get the starter videos and register to attend the next webinar. For example, the last webinar ended in November. If you decide to order today, you can either get the recordings from the Oct/Nov webinar or you can wait and attend the next live sessions which will start in January. The pricing is the same. I recommend the recordings if you just missed one but if the next live session is only four to six weeks away, I recommend waiting for it.
We begin the live sessions at 8:00am Eastern U.S. time. The treasury cash open is at 8:20am and there is often economic data released at 8:30am so it’s good to be in front of the screen at this time. The sessions usually go till 11:30am or 12:00pm. It just depends on the action. Every day is different so if it’s busy, we stay later. If not, we end early. I do not typically trade afternoons. The volatility and volume tend to be much different and I find the reads to be less reliable.
I try to schedule these sessions during times when I think there will be decent action. I avoid rollover weeks, holiday weeks, late summer, etc. Any time periods which are usually not conducive to good trading.
I have developed my courses by using the “teach a man to fish rather than give him a fish” philosophy. There is a lot to study. I realize some people feel as though this much course material may be overwhelming. The trick is to go at your own pace and not feel like you need to rush through it. There is no filler material in the videos. Each video serves a purpose and I put them together in a way which moves from the fundamental core concepts to advanced concepts. The idea is to teach aspiring traders how to get a feel for the big picture and then show them very specific price action movement which triggers the actual entries and exits. A person has to understand the context of each situation and then recognize why certain trades have a higher probability of success.
I use the Jigsaw Trading platform during the webinars. The Jigsaw platform is just a fantastic teaching and learning tool. I am able to clearly demonstrate how the orders move the market and it’s very easy for attendees to identify high volume and low volume areas. I think it helps my customers learn much faster. Using Jigsaw is not required to learn the methodology but participants usually see the benefits of using it within the first day or two.
Once again, if you would like to order a webinar, please send me an email and I will send you an invoice and the download links. There are no refunds for the webinars.