If you are managing your own money in these volatile markets, wther as an independent trader and investor or through an IRA, there may be no better time than now to set aside some time this weekend to join Phil Suarez for special Big Saturday Interview presentation: Engineering Alpha for Your Trading Portfolio.
A six-year veteran of the New York Stock Exchange and currently Director of Education for The Machine, Phil Suarez was invited to speak before the Market Technician’s Association in July. His presentation, Engineering Alpha for Your Trading Portfolio, shows how learning and mastering the right combination of quantified edges can help traders achieve consistent performance whether markets are moving up, moving down or moving sideways.
Said Phil Suarez:
“I spent six years on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange as a trader. I helped facilitate and execute trades for some of the industry’s largest hedge funds and mutual funds. I gained a valuable education in how markets really work. A lot of what I’m going to show you really resonates with what I saw and did at the NYSE as a trader on the floor.”
With a focus on four key rules, Engineering Alpha for Your Trading Portfolio shows high probability quantified trading strategies are built and how to apply these four key rules toward creating short-term strategies for trading stocks and ETFs.
As part of the presentation, Engineering Alpha for Your Trading Portfolio provides a peek at critical risk management and dynamic hedging tools that can help protect your trading portfolio from everything from overnight and weekend risk to those Black Swan events when markets begin acting beyond their historical norms.
If you do not have a strategy in place to defend your portfolio from volatility – including a dynamic hedging strategy that protects what you’ve earned – then this may be the most important trading presentation you see all year.
To access our special Big Saturday Interview presentation: Engineering Alpha for Your Trading Portfolio with trader and Director of Education for The Machine, Phil Suarez, click here.
David Penn is Editor in Chief of TradingMarkets.com