Webinar: Linda Bradford Raschke on Day Type, Taylor Trading, Trade Location, and More
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Webinar: Linda Bradford Raschke on Day Type, Taylor Trading, Trade Location, and More
Topics include: Combining Taylor's philosophy with a 2-period ROC and pattern recognition, Finding ideal trade location, Determining trading range vs trending environment, Conditions that lead to extended runs or persistency of trend, Two different rule sets depending on which trading environment, Quantitative backtesting to support a statistically significant edge, Mechanical vs Discretionary - pros and cons of each, Linda uses this approach personally in her own trading every day --- plus as part of our special 4-year anniversary, we're giving away (10) autographed copies of "Complete Works of Florence Scovel Shinn" as selected by Linda during the webinar
Date: Monday, June 24th 2013
Presented by: Linda Bradford Raschke
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