It seems we're always so focused on our short term trading that managing our "wealth bucket" doesn't get the deserved attention.
This Meetup will focus on how you can achieve short-term trading profits from your long-term trading account. Bob Heitner is in town from Chicago teaching our sold-out Proactive Investor course and he'll be hosting this Meetup. Bob is an ex-CBOE floor trader and current Financial Advisor.
As a bonus, we also have ex-CBOT floor trader Dan Sugar in town teaching a one-day event "ETFs - the Ultimate Trading Asset for any Timeframe." Dan will join Bob and I assure you, between the two your questions will get answered!
Reserve your seat early, we're limited to 40 traders.
Unsolicited testimonials for Bob and Dan:
"Bob Heitner is absolutely the best instructor I have had at OTA. He built up the concepts of ProActive investing step-by-step, at a steady pace. Then, he reinforced those concepts by repetition. I learned a lot. Bob is fantastic." Pramo C., June 2012
"Just getting started and for me, stunning results, I’m very pleased. Monthly gain was 6.9% for January, 6% for February and 10.2% for March. Thanks to Eric and Bob." Paul L., March 2012
"It seems with each class, it was always great. Bob is very relaxed and easy. He's in no hurry, and takes the time to let the student formulate the question. His background and breadth of knowledge allows him to stay "easy" and never have the student feel he/she is asking a "dumb" question. He's great." Larry C., March 2012
"Dan Sugar is a phenomenal instructor. He has a strong knowledge base of how to maximize your probability to make a great trade and knows how to explain it to a novice. The quintessential idea of an instructor. I am a better trader because of his teaching style. Would like to take any class he is or will be instructing." Charles G., March 2012
"Dan Sugar really knows his stuff. It is awesome to get to meet real floor traders and hear about their experiences. He makes the class super interactive and that way you learn from your fellow class-mates as well. I would highly recommend who is thinking of making a living in trading to take this class as many times as they need." Mariano W., February 2012