Webinars and Recordings for October

Webinars and Recordings:

October 8th, 5:00pm EST – A Non-traditional Approach to Elliot Wave and Trading Structure?(delayed from October 1st) – Stan and Jack? will discuss their approach to technical analysis using a 3 wave variation of Elliot Wave called the “Machine Count” and how this integrates into classical technical analysis. The Webinar will be 60minutes in length and we will take questions. Sign up below:

October 15th, 5:00pm EST – Using Classical Analysis in Day Trading
Jack and Stan discuss short term trading and use of classical analysis in trading multiple futures. The Webinar will be 60minutes in length and we will take questions. Sign up below:

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/861931724034619906

October 22th, 5:00pm EST- Expansions and Contractions – Seeing and Trading Them

Simplify your trading into capturing expansions and setups that help you see when and for how long a futures instrument might expand or contract. The Webinar will be 60minutes in length and we will take questions. Sign up below:

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5647006328115791618

October 29th, 5:00pm EST – Correlations – Trading the Market as a Dynamic

Understand how correlations help your trading in pattern recognition as well as with swing trading set ups. Learn which instruments correlate reliably. The Webinar will be 60minutes in length and we will take questions. Sign up below:

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8700465567170673154

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6 thoughts on “Webinars and Recordings for October”

  1. Ant?nio Madureira

    Stan, I believe the date of the second webinar is wrong. It says 20th October but it is on the 22nd October (Thursday), is it not?

  2. Ant?nio Madureira

    Great video with lots of information. I am watching it “slow motion” and “digesting” it. Regarding the thrust out of a triangle is there any rule as to whether it will break up or low? And are there price objectives (up or down) before the expected triangle retest?

    1. Triangle retest tends to go to either origin of the thrust or to wave 2 of it is a 5 wave sequence – break up or down depends on the structure of the triangle but typically is a 5 wave sequence ABCDE – it is a great structure to learn to trade, very profitable

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