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Trading Pub 1555 University Blvd. S, Mobile, AL 36609
CyberTrading University 6800 Jericho Turnpike, Suite 208W, Syosset, NY 11791
Trading Ticket Inc. 247 Centre Street, New York, NY 10014
John Person, Inc. 818 US Hwy 1, Suite 6, North Palm Beach, Fl 33408
INTERVIEW Get Your Trading Edge Through Education For the benefit of all newbie traders, Jake Bernstein stresses the importance of trading education and not rushing into it as if gambling at a casino.
INTERVIEW Can Automation Beat Manual Trading? Scott Andrews talks about how his transition from manual to purely automated trading has turned out better than he could expected and why.
INTERVIEW Control Your Trading Matt Brown outlines key things that newbie traders should know before they risk any hard-earned money daytrading, one of the most disciplined types of trading out there.
Bright Trading, LLC 4850 Harrison Drive, NA, Las Vegas, NV 89121
SPEAKER Pesavento, Larry Larry Pesavento is president of Trading Tutor and a 45-year veteran trader. He managed Drexel Burnham Lambert's commodity department from 1976 to 1981. Following this, Mr. Pesavento became a floor trader at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, trading S&P futures, T-Bills, gold, and foreign currencies until 1984, then he traded for Commodity Corporation of Princeton, New Jersey, until 1986. He has trained more than 1000 students, in the US and abroad, over the past 25 years and maintains a vast library of books on trading. As the author of 10 textbooks on trading, he describes the evolution of his discovery of the steps necessary to become a successful trader. Each year, Mr. Pesavento speaks to hundreds of traders and is a guest lecturer for many different investment programs, including radio, Internet, and universities, both in the US and the Far East. He uses a pattern recognition system of swing trading that employs swing ratio analysis along with cyclical analysis; focusing on risk control is the key to this system.