High probability set-ups for stocks and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) … quantified and backtested market timing strategies for the S&P 500 … new trading strategies for stocks, ETFs and leveraged ETFs …
All this and more for traders who enroll in the new Spring 2010 TradingMarkets Swing Trading College.
The Swing Trading College, led by TradingMarkets founder and CEO Larry Connors, is one of the most popular programs offered by TradingMarkets for both beginning and veteran traders alike. From the importance of recognizing overbought and oversold markets to the details of developing your own trading “business,” the new Spring 2010 TradingMarkets Swing Trading College will give traders all the tools they need in order to trade stocks, ETFs, options and e-mini index futures with confidence and success.
Click here to sign up for Larry Connors’ free presentation on the new Spring 2010 TradingMarkets Swing Trading College, on Thursday, March 25th at 4:30 p.m. Eastern.
At his free presentation, Larry Connors will introduce traders to the kind of high probability short term trading strategies that he and his team at Connors Research have been developing and trading for years.
Most importantly, the new Spring 2010 TradingMarkets Swing Trading College will include a variety of new high probability trading strategies – such as TPS (Time Price Scale-In) for Stocks which has been profitable 84% of the time from 1995 through October 2009.
For traders interested in the opportunities in the leveraged ETF market, the new Spring 2010 Swing Trading College will show traders how to swing trade popular leveraged ETFs like the ^FAS^ and the ^SSO^ . Above is an example of a profitable leveraged ETF trade involving the ^DXD^, while below is an example of a S&P market timing based trading from last month, using the ^SPY^, one of the most widely traded exchange-traded funds in the world.
And if swing trading stocks is your business, then the new Spring 2010 TradingMarkets Swing Trading College has the resources you need to help you stay on the right side of the market, buying stocks when their historical edges are at their greatest, and selling them back into strength as demand returns.
From the new and improved “5x5x5 Strategy”, one of our more popular swing trading strategies for stocks, to the arrival of new high probability trading strategies for advanced traders looking for quantified edges in leveraged exchange-traded funds, the new Spring 2010 TradingMarkets Swing Trading College has something for traders of all backgrounds who are looking to make 2010 their best trading year yet.
Don’t delay, the next Swing Trading College presentation is happening today, March 25, at 4:30 pm EST. Click here to sign up for Larry Connors’ free presentation on the new Spring 2010 TradingMarkets Swing Trading College.
David Penn is Editor in Chief at TradingMarkets.com.