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July 21 - 23, 2019 | Chicago
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Event Overview

July 23, 2019 | 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

TradersEXPO returns to Chicago, the birthplace of futures, to bring out the most successful futures traders to guide your trading and investments. Whether trading agricultural commodities, energy futures, metals, stock indexes, or even the softs; futures provide the best bang for your buck. Join some of the sharpest traders around who will share the secrets to their success.

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Speakers

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Bill Baruch

Blue Line Futures

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Jake Bernstein

The Jake Bernstein Online Weekly Capital Markets Report and Analysis

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Mike Coglianese

Michael Coglianese, CPA

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Daniel Collins

MoneyShow.com

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Carley Garner

DeCarley Trading

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Daniel Gramza

Gramza Capital Management, Inc.

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Christopher Hehmeyer

Hehmeyer Trading + Investmets

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Jeff Kilburg

KKM Financial

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David Lerman

CME Group

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Anka Metcalf

Trade Out Loud LLC

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Damon Pavlatos

FuturePath Trading, LLC

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John Person

John Person, Inc.

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John Rawlins

QuantLogik LLC

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Sam Shames

Simpler Trading

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Andrew Strasman

Totem Asset Group, LLC

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Michael Zarembski

Charles Schwab Futures

Benefits of Attending:

  • Discover the opportunities offered through futures markets including liquidity, transparency, 24-hour trading and capital efficiencies
  • Learn the value of arbitrage and inter-market trading opportunities
  • Master volatility trading for protection and profit
  • Learn about the seasonal tendencies of commodity markets and how they can be exploited for profitable low-risk trades
  • Learn how to harness the inherent leverage in futures without being cut by the double-edged sword
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