Learning Markets Events and Recordings
The Daily Market Commentary Webinar Series is held live every weekeday at 6p ET. In each session, Learning Markets analysts will:
- Review the major indexes and put the daily market action in context.
- Walk through the day's economic announcements, earnings announcements and major news affecting the day's market actions.
- We walk through technical and fundamental analysis of the big movers and market sectors each day.
Submit questions to the presenter about the market, news or individual stocks during a live Q&A session during each event.
Can't attend the live event? Ask questions about stocks, trading strategies, or market news in the forum.
The Strategy Session Webinar Series is held live every Tuesday and Thursday at 8pm ET. Recent topics discussed include:
- Exploring the Cup & Handle Technical Pattern.
- Creating Price Targets from Candlestick Patterns.
- Conquer Your Emotions and Improve Trading Discipline.
Submit questions to the presenter about investing strategies during a live Q&A session during each event.
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Are investors trapped in a Truman Show market?
Posted on Jan 13, 2017 by Gordon Scott
The Dow Jones Industrial Average sold off 150 points Thursday before rebounding strongly to close nearly unchanged. In this tight range-bound market, it seems that if one group of investors sell, another group of investors is on hand ready to buy. All investors seem to be in a state where they are being watched closely by all others. In today’s Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will explore the implications of these market conditions where the actions of one investor can touch off a reaction from many other investors.View all past DMC webinar recordings
Creating a Gaps Trading System
Posted on Jan 12, 2017 by Wade Hansen
Gaps are usually caused by news that appears overnight that adjusts a stock’s market price very quickly. These catalysts can include earnings reports, or economic announcements. In this Strategy Session webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss a method for evaluating gaps and building a trading system around these price patterns.View all past SS webinar recordings
Listen to market commentary and debate on the go with the Learning Markets Trader Podcast Series brought to you every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Learning Markets Analysts watch the global markets so you get the complete picture and not just a glimpse. You can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes here.Listen to our Trader Podcast Here
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