By John Kicklighter, Currency Strategist The DailyFX Bootcamp is a new monthly series of intensive, one-day training sessions held at our offices in New York, Dallas and San Francisco. In these sessions, a team of DailyFX analysts and instructors teach the strategies that they use in their trading every day to a small group of special guests. The sessions are limited to 15 or fewer guests, so we can ensure each individual guest gains the most value possible from the sessions and has the opportunity to have all their questions answered. The sessions are lively and interactive, with active conversations about practical application . We hope that you will join us for a session. To register, please email email@example.com with your name, phone number, and the city and date you which to attend. Again, spaces are limited to 15 per location per month. The cost is $500 for the whole day and includes all materials (the New York session is $250) . The full cost is waived for those that upgrade their accounts to an Active Trader Account. San Francisco - Saturday, March 2 4 th (1:00 PM to ~ 6:00 PM PST) - Presenters: John Kicklighter and Ilya Spivak Schedule (times are approximate and subject to change) 1:00 PM – Beginners’ Section with Ilya This class introduces forex from the beginning. Topics include The Basics of FX, Introduction to Fundamental and Technical Analysis, and Basic Money Management. More experienced traders may want to skip this class. 2:30 PM - Developing a Trading Plan with John Topics include Essentials of Strategy, Learning Your Trading Personality, Establishing Direction and Qualifying Entries, Effective Money Management, and Keeping a Trading Journal. 4:00 PM - Simplifying Technical Analysis with Ilya Topics include Looking at “The Big Picture”, Candlesticks, Fibonacci, and Divergence. 5:15 PM - Open Q&A Dallas - Saturday, March 2 4 th (1:00 PM to ~ 5:00 PM CST) - Presenters: James Stanley and Walker England Schedule (times are approximate and subject to change) 1:00 PM - Fundamental Analysis in the Current Market Environment with Walker and James Topics include A Look at the Larger Fundamentals Behind the Currency Market 2:00 PM - Traits of Successful Traders with Walker Traits of Successful Traders Research and How They Manage Risk on Their Trades 2:45 PM - The T3 Strategy with James Topics include The T3 strategy R ules , H ow to A pply T hem , S trategy E xamples, P ractic al A pplication and Q&A 3: 25 PM - T3 Setups and Examples and Open Q&A with James and Walker Explore Examples of T3 Setups that Work Well and Several Where Conditions are Not Ideal New York City - Thursday , March 2 9 th ( 6:15 PM to ~ 8:15 PM EST) - Presenter: Michael Boutros Schedule (times are approximate and subject to change) 6:15 PM – Best times to trade What Times are Best to Scalp? Are Volatile or Calm Conditions Best 6:25 PM – What to Trade Scalping Can be Applied to Everything, but It Shouldn’t 6:40 PM – Tools (Fibonacci, RSI, ATR) Learn the Indicators that Best Support the Scalping Strategy 7:10 PM – Coffee/Refreshments Break 7:20 PM – Using Fibonacci Focus on Using Fibonacci’s to Establish Important Levels 7:30 PM – Using ATR Focus on Using ATR to Establish Expected Follow Through 7:40 PM – Risk Management Learn What Type of Risk Management Best Suits Such an Active Style of Trading 7:50 PM – Live Scalping Setups and Examples What the Strategy that You’ve Just Learned Applied on Live Markets To register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, phone number, and the city and date you which to attend.
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