#008: John Hoagland from Top Step Trader

John Hoagland Is of Top Step Trader and is a future’s professional who started his journey in 1983. After working his way up on the trading floor, John started working on the S&P 500 futures for a proprietary trading company, eventually, funding his own account. He became a floor broker in the S&P pit while continuing to trade the Nasdaq as well as other products until he left the floor in 2010, to peruse electronic trading. John joined Top Step Trader in 2011 and has found a passion in helping hundreds of traders improve their performance.  

#007: Ted Posobiec from WINvesting

Ted Posobiec is the host of the "E-Mini Insider" daily trading room at WINvesting.com.Ted was a stock trader for over 18 years, and started trading E-mini futures five years ago. For the past three years, his "full time" job has been day trading ("full time"meaning about 1-2 hours a day on average). He trades several different systems and styles, and likes to help others find what works best for them.

#005: Gabriel Brent from APA Zones

Gabriel Brent has been the trader and programmer behind APA Zones for the past seven years. A few years ago, he saw a gap in the marketplace for a new breed of indicator: Realtime supply and demand, based on pure price action, and the way to help define the “trend” and trade with those very basic principles. APA Zones teaches exactly that.

Show notes and links for this episode can be found at www.WINvesting.com/traderview005.

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#004: Leigh Goldstein from JO Bracket Breakout

Leigh studied music at The Berklee College of Music and The Boston Conservatory.He moved to New York City in 1978 and started one of the first computer software and hardware game stores where he retailed Atari computers and Colecovision, Sega and Nintendo gaming consoles.In the 1980's he integrated mail order music software and Midi products through the retail operation, being one of the first music software mail order retailers in the world.

After the business closed in 2001, Leigh began trading stocks and learned the art of futures trading. He has been trading for over 15 years, and is now considered an expert at news trading.

Show notes and links for this episode can be found at www.WINvesting.com/traderview004.

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#003: Price Headley from Big Trends

Price Headley was inducted into the Traders' Hall of Fame in 2007 and is the founder of BigTrends.com, which provides investors with specific real-time stock and options strategies and investment education to profit from significant market trends.

Price appears regularly on CNBC, Fox News and Bloomberg Television, and in a variety of print and online financial news outlets, including The Wall Street Journal, Barron's, Forbes, Investor's Business Daily and USA Today. Price also speaks regularly to investment audiences nationwide.

Show notes and links for this episode can be found at www.WINvesting.com/traderview003.

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#002: Whiz Buckley from Top Gun Options

Matthew "Whiz" Buckley is the Founder and CEO of Top Gun Options, an exclusive provider of options training and practical trading applications for options traders of all skill levels. Whiz flew the F/A-18 Hornet for the U.S. Navy and is a graduate of TOPGUN. After leaving active duty, he served as a Managing Director at a Wall Street volatility arbitrage options firm and was a founder and the CEO of a financial media company. He is an internationally recognized speaker and combined his experiences in the military and corporate America in his first book "From Sea Level to C Level."

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#001: Stephen Vettorel from FXES Trader

Stephen Vettorel (@fxestrader) is the Founder, Head Trader, and Portfolio Manager of Benchmark Wealth Advisors, LLC, a fee-only, CA Registered Investment Advisor (RIA). He is a recognized expert in Auction Market Theory and its practical implementation in framing the market via Market Profile®. After winning the coveted President’s Circle award twice at Fidelity, he was recruited away by Fisher Investments. He raised $140 million for the firm and was proud to work alongside famed investor and Forbes columnist Ken Fisher.

Show notes and links for this episode can be found at www.WINvesting.com/traderview001.

Here are just a few of the things you'll learn from this episode of The Traderview:

  • How Steve bought a townhouse while still in college using the profits from a single trade
  • The importance of looking back on your losing trades
  • The role NLP has in creating the right mindset for winning
  • Which markets new traders should learn to trade first
  • Why the footprint is the one indicator you shouldn't be without
  • And of course, 3 action steps to help you become a more consistent and profitable trader

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The Swiss National Bank’s abandonment of the Swiss Franc/Euro “Peg” was not a surprise to those who understood the Candlestick and Candelaabra warning signals, which appeared 8 trading days before the abandonment. By way of background… It is to the advantage of an exporting nation that its currency be “cheap” relative to the currencies of… Read More »

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