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Joe Dinapoli

Joe Dinapoli is a veteran trader with over 38 years of solid market trading experience. He is also a dogged and thorough researcher, an internationally recognized lecturer, and a widely acclaimed author. His practical and unique method of applying Fibonacci ratios to the price axis, makes him one of today's most sought after experts. Following are excerpts from Joe's acclaimed course, "Supercharge Your Day and Position Trading".

Jim Wyckoff

The editor of the "Jim Wyckoff on the Markets" analytical, educational and trading advisory service shares his knowledge of the stock, financial and commodity futures markets. Here he discusses trading, money management and other analysis techniques that he's employed during his 20 year career in the industry as a trader and financial journalist.

Jerremy Newsome

Jerremy Alexander Newsome is 27 years old and has been professionally involved in the markets for over 6 years. He likes to focus and specialize on candlesticks, gaps, credit spreads, day trading and swing trading. He trades full time and is the CEO and co-founder of

Greg Firman

A popular market analyst for, Greg Firman is a professional trader and Commodity Trade Advisor that has worked in the stocks, futures, commodity and currency markets for the past 10 years. Greg's channel highlights the successful trading principles he's employed to trade Forex, Curencies, Stocks and ETFs with VantagePoint Intermarket Analysis Software.

Darrell Jobman

Darrell Jobman has been writing about financial markets for more than 35 years, covering all aspects of the trading industry and served as the Editor of Futures Magazine for more than 15 years. As a contributing editor for, he helps other traders improve their results by teaching the "what and what not to dos" of trading. This channel conveys Darrell's insights in applying technical analysis to trading approaches.

Craig Gordon

Craig Gordon is a trader and educator whose career spans over 30 years. By showing you methods he has developed through trading his own personal account, Craig highlights the problems of ill liquidity, high frequency trading and quantitative easing.