The May 2019 Cyber Expo

When: Thursday, May 16th from 11:00AM - 2:00PM EST

Norman Hallett The Disciplined Trader

Tom Busby Diversified Trading Institute

Fausto Pugliese Cyber Trading University

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11:00 am - 12:00 pm ET - Norman Hallett from The Disciplined Trader

6 Effective Ways To Place Stops (And One Way Not To) Mr. Hallett will tackle the all-important area of the proper placement of stops. He believes that matching the type of trader that you are, with respect to your own trading style and personality should dictate the way you place stops and defend against protracted losses. The proper trailing of stops will also be discussed. After laying out the 6 stop-placement techniques, Mr. Hallett will show how they apply to his favorite Simple Trading Plan.  


12:00 pm - 1:00 pm ET - Tom Busby from Diversified Trading Institute

How to Trade Weekly Options In this presentation, Tom will discuss... Setting up the trend for the week Using a simple approach to calculate risk vs. reward Time-tested principles for trading weekly options

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm ET - Fausto Pugliese from CTU

Smart Money Exposed: Why You Need Level 3 to Beat the Best Traders Fausto will explain how you, as a small independent trader, can stay alive and actually thrive in a game that's dominated by the "Big Boys." Market makers employ an extensive use of tricks and traps to maintain their profitable edge over the public. Fausto has developed a powerful trading system that actually spots and rides the coattails of these traders and market makers so that you can stay on the right side of the market. 

Learn From Three Top Trading Experts in this 3-Hour Online Event

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