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Are you a “newer-ish” retail investor who wants to become a better trader? Would a better understanding of trading fundamentals help you? Use the TradeStation University Advantage to get on a more level playing field.
Many experts believe that the most important thing a new trader can do is become educated about the language of trading and basic market concepts. Using both technical and fundamental analysis helps traders focus on key pricing analysis studies and assists in determining the basic condition of a company by examining its core indicators, including income statements, earnings releases, balance sheet and other measures of financial well-being. By studying all of this together, TradeStation traders can identify stocks that might be better investment choices.
This series of TradeStation University online seminars will introduce a wide range of market analysis concepts and trading ideas for novice traders, highlighting the features of the TradeStation trading platform. Taught by both TradeStation and industry experts, these seminars start with the basics to demonstrate the practical application of market analysis tools for today’s complex markets.
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Presented by Karen Smith, Instructor, OptionsANIMAL
Join Karen as she describes the ins and outs of trading options credit spreads. In a credit spread, premiums received from the short leg(s) of the spread are greater than those paid for the long leg(s), resulting in funds being credited into the trader's account when the position is entered. The net credit received is also the maximum profit attainable when implementing the credit spread strategy.
*Options trading is not suitable for all investors.
Duration: 60 minutes
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Presented by Sarah Potter, Author, Trader and Founder of shecantrade.com
Join us for another exclusive live trading event with professional options trader Sarah Potter as she trades her own account live. Find out how to read market conditions to ensure you’re trading optimally for today’s markets. Learn ways to update your trading watch list, strategies to read market signals for momentum trades and how to adapt trade set-ups. Sarah will show how her time-tested options strategies are adaptable to any market condition. This session will give you the opportunity to look over the shoulder of a consistent trader and apply those insights to your own trades.
In this presentation, you will:
*Options trading is not suitable for all investors.
Presented by Christian Tharp, CMT, Chief Market Strategist for the Adam Mesh Trading Group
Exchange traded funds have become widely accepted investment vehicles used by institutional and retail investors alike. ETFs offer exposure to a diversified basket of securities. ETF-managed portfolios are funds that invest at least 50 percent of their capital in ETFs.
Join Christian Tharp, CMT, Chief Market Strategist for the Adam Mesh Trading Group, as he surveys the dramatic growth seen in the ETF market and offers an overview of ETF-managed portfolios.
In this presentation, Adam will discuss:
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