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Scalp, Swing and Trend Trades with Erich Senft of Indicator Warehouse

TradingPub Admin | September 14, 2012

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One of the biggest mistakes we see traders make time after time is that they bounce around from strategy to strategy. By doing this, traders become a jack of all trades and master of none.

Professional trader and CTA, Erich Senft, joined us to discuss his methods for finding and taking solid scalp, swing and trend trades in everything from the mini Dow (YM), mini Russell (TF), emini Nasdaq (NQ), emini SP (ES) and Euro (6E). The methods he shares can be applied to any market and any time frame. The recording below covers:

  • How to open yourself to more opportunity without being overwhelmed
  • Erich's process for scanning multiple markets for the best trades
  • Strategies for Entry, Trade Management and Exit
  • Advanced Money Management Strategies

Here are just a few of the great comments that poured in following the session:

[04:28 pm]   Yosef L : Great class. This is the best class I've been at ever!

[04:32 pm]   Richard S : Graet info loved it HOTT!!!!

[04:33 pm]   Daniel B : Many thanks.

If you want to see what these folks above were raving about, click the video link below:

If for some reason the above video does not play, give this link a try - Recording Link

During the session, Adam and Erich offered two free tools, they can be accessed at the following links:

Cracking the Code:  http://pwc2.com/cracking

Profit Run Training Sessions:  http://pwc2.com/training 

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