Kevin ‘Huddy’ Hudson – The Basics of Market Profile

Kevin “Huddy” Hudson is a full-time trader and coach to fellow traders specializing in the S&P E-mini futures contract. He has spent many years perfecting his entry and exit techniques using channels and trend lines along with critical Market Profile levels to find and trade both minor and major support areas. He has made a … Read more

Tim Racette – Getting Started in the Futures Market

Thinking about trading futures but don’t know where to begin? Are you looking for help making the transition? In this session Tim Racette of goes over the most important aspects of futures trading and help you build a foundation for your trading in the futures markets.

Jason Alan Jankovsky – Catch a Falling Knife

One of the oldest (and most outdated) trading maxims is: “Don’t Try to Catch a Falling Knife” The idea is that when a market is dropping hard and fast it is better to wait before attempting to buy it; the metaphor conjures images of a very messy outcome doing a lot of needless damage to … Read more

Mike Paulenoff – Identifying Trends & Winning Trades in Gold, Oil, Equity Indices & More

Short-term opportunities abound in this volatile market, particularly in indexes and sectors. Technical strategist, Mike Paulenoff, shares how he uses pattern recognition, oscillators, and market psychology overlaid with macroeconomic analysis to identify short-term opportunities in gold, oil, the dollar, the emini S&P and other indices and asset classes via their ETFs and leading component stocks.

Testing Simple Strategies: MACD Works and Futures are Rewarding

Traders are fascinated by indicators. But just because something is interesting, logical or mystical does not mean it works in the market. Testing is needed to be sure the indicator adds value, and we will define value as improving profits. If an indicator beats a simple trend following strategy, it adds value.

Indicators on Indicators: The Next Step in Analysis

Traders and analysts have been developing market indicators for decades. Many of these indicators are simply measuring the same idea in only a slightly different way since most indicators are based on the same limited amount of market information.