Maximizing Seasonal Trading Profits

Sheldon Knight has spent years fine-tuning his methods for pinpointing market direction for stocks and futures. In this video, you will discover how this top technical analyst combines day-of-week and day-of-month price patterns with first notice day effect to produce what he calls "the ultimate seasonal indicator".

You will also learn the money management method that he uses to dramatically improve his profits while reducing his risk at the same time.

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"Saturday Seminars" - Researching Your Trade

Various technical indicators my be used to complement and refine such strategies. One little-known but exceptionally useful technique is Howe's Limit Rule, applicable in especially volatile markets where there is so much opportunity - and risk.

Linda believes strongly in market tendency patterns and the predictability of price direction, though not magnitude. Prices tend to form a distinct three-day swing trading pattern, one which consistently repeats itself in tradable fashion.

Linda will discuss why this swing pattern sets up, how to recognize it, the tendencies of the underlying theories, and the philosophy behind trading it. She will then teach a sound method for trading this cyclic phenomenon, one which builds confidence to trade any market on any day.

Finally, Linda will illustrate how, based on these patterns, you can develop mechanical systems that are applicable to various length market periods. This presentation will give you a new perspective on price behavior and chart patterns.

The study of price behavior lends itself to various avenues of research. Can correlation studies project future price movement? What similarities exist in the price behavior of different markets, for instance, futures vs. equities? This workshop is intended to help the intelligent trader make good decisions.

Rashcke explores the importance of how to research your trades through...

  • Historical (Seasonal) Trading
  • Historical Correlation Studies
  • Researching Derivatives

Linda Raschke has been a full-time professional trader for over 20 years. She began her trading career on the Pacific Coast Stock Exchange and later moved to the Philadelphia Stock Exchange. Linda was written up in Jack Schwager's book, "The New Market Wizards" and in "Women of the Street" by Sue Herera. In 1995, she co-authored the best selling book "Street Smarts - High Probability Short Term Trading Strategies." Linda continues to trade every day.


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