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Developing an Annual Trading Plan


Developing an Annual Trading Plan

Live event: Wed, Jan. 18, 2006 @ 3:30 PM Chicago / 4:30 PM Chicago time.
Register now: http://www.cbot.com/cbot/pub/cont_detail/0,3206,1058+35469,00.html

This seminar is designed to help traders develop a trading plan, gain a proper understanding of the pitfalls most traders encounter - and how to avoid them - and apply this knowledge to intraday trading setups. John Carter will share specific set-ups that have led to his success as an individual trader and CTA. During this presentation, traders will learn:

· How to develop a trading plan that best fits your personality.
· How to trade without the painful learning curve that other traders suffer too often—and learn how to take advantage of other trader’s mistakes.
· Specific strategies for traders who are holding down a full time job.
· How to use volatility to get the best entries—and how to use volatility to exit the play.
· Specific setups for the CBOT mini-sized Dow.

Although this webinar is geared towards intermediate to advanced traders, John specifically singles out strategies that beginning traders can grasp easily and start using the next trading day. Sponsored by Interactive Brokers.

About the Speaker
John F. Carter grew up the son of Morgan Stanley stockbroker, was introduced to trading as a sophomore in high school, and has been trading actively for the past 19 years. John has been a full time trader since 1996. In 1999, tired of talking to his goldfish while trading alone in his office, he launched www.tradethemarkets.com to post his trading ideas. Today he has a following of over 10,000 people. John publishes separate daily newsletters for futures/single stock futures, options and equities trading, and, more recently, forex, and he also contributes live market calls to a hotcomm room. He’s a Commodity Trading Advisor with Razor Trading, and McGraw Hill tapped him to write a book entitled Mastering the Trade, newly published in December, 2005. To keep his sanity, John relies on physical activity after the close to deal with the financial swings he and his subscribers encounter. He clears his head running, water skiing, and practicing Tae Kwon Do.