Date: Thu, Jun 20, 2013 04:30pm EST
Free Guest Series: Fear Not & Trade the Open Using History As Your Guide
The first hour of each trading day is often called "amateur hour." Many traders incorrectly believe that only amateurs trade during this volatile period. But that is simply not true.
On the contrary, the professionals (institutions, hedge funds, etc.) actively participate in the opening hour because of its high volume and price movement, and, in part, because of the 'easy money' that can often be made from the less informed retail community.
Join Scott Andrews, veteran trader and former public company CEO, during this eye-opening webinar where he will explain many need-to-know concepts including:
The 7 opening trade setups the pros watch for
Scott's three historically-based criteria for identifying the best and worst setups
A methodology that leverages the best of discretionary and mechanical trading, while avoiding the pitfalls of each
And many other actionable trading nuggets for better trading the opening gap, ranges and more
If you are new to trading or looking for another high probability setup, then you don't want to miss Scott's special presentation.
About the Presenter
Scott Andrews has spoken at many financial and internet conferences and is a former public company CEO. He earned his MBA from the University of North Carolina, graduated from the United States Military Academy (West Point), and is a decorated aviator of the first Gulf War. With his first trade in 1991, Andrews has been trading full time since 2004. At the encouragement of fellow traders, he started calling out his daily gap plays in a live trading room in early 2007. During this time, he earned the nickname, "The Gap Guy." Scott Andrews is currently president of MasterTheGap.com and resides in North Carolina with his wife and four daughters.