Watch 25+ sessions streamed LIVE from a stellar line-up of investing and trading experts!
LIVE July 21 - 23, 2019
Can’t attend TradersEXPO Chicago? Register FREE today for TradersEXPO Chicago Live Stream, July 21 - 23, 2019! Tune in and watch sessions streamed LIVE from a stellar line-up of trading experts who will discuss trading strategies, tools, and the latest trends affecting a wide range of markets.
LIVE from The TradersEXPO Chicago
Watch and learn from expert traders such as Jon Najarian, Tom Sosnoff, Linda Raschke, Phil Flynn, and more than 20 others as they show you the latest trading strategies and tools, discuss cycles, indicators, patterns, and trends, and demonstrate their tried-and-true techniques and analysis that make successful trading significantly more profitable!
Be sure to continue your LIVE stream experience and navigate the Interactive Education Hall; featuring several company profiles where viewers can download in-depth research reports, newsletters, and videos from the industry's top product and service providers.
- Whatever Can Get Digitized, Will Get Digitized
- Trading Sardines: Lessons in the Markets from a Lifelong Trader
- China or the Fed? Which Will Have a Greater Impact on US Markets?
- Playing the Long Game to Beat Machines
Plus futures, charting, seasonality strategies, and much more!
Special Bonus: Attend the Live Stream and Receive the eBook Guide to Futures & Indexes: Day Trading the New York Open
Trading the NY session open is the sweet spot in that it overlaps with the European Session from 9:30 am - 11:30 am EST. These times offer increased volatility and liquidity, which give the trader better opportunities for follow through to target areas. We'll begin with the basics, and then focus our attention on the top strategies that must be a part of your trading toolkit. Register and get your free copy today!
- Why you should add futures to your trading arsenal
- The risks and rewards of trading futures
- Tips on trade execution: entry, stops, targets, trade management, and trailing stops