High Probability ETF Trading: Trading Near the Close

Last night I did a webinar of how to use our High Probability ETF Software (if you’d like a free trial click here or call 1-888-484-8220 ext 1). The webinar was supposed to run 45 minutes but the level of questions was so great that it went double the allotted time.

First, thank you to those of you who attended. I greatly enjoyed being with you and I look forward to doing it again in the near future.

One of the first questions that was asked last night was, “What does it really mean to enter or exit a position on the close when a signal triggers?”

This is an excellent question and it’s asked to me often.

There is no single answer to this and what I’m going to do over the next two days is to walk you through this and show you the ways you can execute on the close when signals trigger. Tomorrow we’ll look at 2-3 specific orders you can place and then on Monday we’ll discuss how to execute your trades if you can’t be there right at the close.

Special Note: Today (Thursday) at 4:30 PM I will be conducting a presentation for our upcoming Fall 2009 Swing Trading College. The Swing Trading College remains our number one, most popular course and this is the seventh time we’ve offered it. The course runs 14 weeks and covers short term trading of stocks, ETFs (3 full weeks of ETFs), options, e-mini’s, and building a full trading plan, along with 4 weeks of live trading.

In this class I’ll be also introducing for the first time a new high probability stock trading strategy, along with additional strategies to trade ETFs including Leveraged ETFs.

If you’d like to attend today’s presentation, you can register here.

Larry Connors is CEO and Founder of TradingMarkets.com and Connors Research.