Day & Swing Trader's Guide to Profiting in Any Market*
In this MoneyMasters class, renowned technical analyst and author of The Technical Trader, Harry Boxer will share the strategies he's used in almost half a century of charting the markets.
Join Harry as he demonstrates how to:
- Build your focus list for the session: This includes analyzing patterns from the previous day, as well as pre-market news and price/volume percent gainers.
- Play opening gaps and early session patterns: With the vast majority of intraday day-tradable patterns initiated at or very close to the opening of trading, Harry will show you how to closely analyze the first 15-30 minutes of pattern and related volume development to recognize what stocks may be excellent day trades or at least strong early scalp plays.
- Draw trendlines, set targets, and stops: Harry will show you how he continuously draws and monitors/updates throughout the session his trend lines, channels, and important developing continuation patterns such as flags, pennants, coils, in addition to adding support and resistance lines for targeting purposes.
- Determine your time horizon and when to swing trade: Harry will discuss the channel patterns and charting time frames that help in determining when to extend to a swing, plus his key rules for swing traders.
Learn from this 50-year veteran trader and technical analyst, and author of the highly acclaimed Profitable Day & Swing Trading (Wiley), noted by Stock Traders' Almanac as the 2015 Best Investment Book of the Year.
*Tickets are $139 per person; all sales are final. If you missd the live course, you can watch it on demand here.
Harry Boxer is author of The Technical Trader, a real-time diary of his trading ideas and market analysis. He has more than 40 years of Wall Street investment and technical analysis experience, including eight years as chief technical analyst with three brokerage firms. Mr. Boxer was the winner of the 1995 and 1996 worldwide internet stock-market trading contest, The Technical Analysis Challenge.