Scottsdale Traders and Investors April Meetup - Jeff Greenblatt

Hi Everyone!

Join us for our next Meetup on Monday April 30, 2012!

The Meetup will begin at 6 pm---yes that’s 6pm---- at Temple Solel located at 6805 E. McDonald Drive in Paradise Valley. You can come directly from work and eat at one of the many great restaurants in the neighborhood.

We will meet in the large social hall that will be set up in theater style seating. You may want to arrive at 5:30pm for “official pre-meeting networking”.  In addition, we will have time for networking between the first and second hour as well. Many members indicate their product interest on their name badges. You will have the opportunity to easily identify  other traders who trade your product(s) and potentially meet new colleagues! 

Our speaker for the evening will be Jeff Greenblatt.  Mr. Greenblatt is the author of "Breakthrough Strategies for Predicting Any Market" and a contributor to Futures magazine. He speaks at many national conventions including Traders Expo. Mr. Greenblatt has been a private trader for the past 12 years and specializes in Fibonacci, Gann, pattern recognition and market psychology.  He is the director of Lucas Wave International and Editor of The Fibonacci Forecaster, a market-timing/trading strategy letter for traders in 17 countries.

His presentation will include the following topics:

Basic and advanced market timing.

How to spot institutional support and resistance.

How to spot the losing side of the trade.

Gann's most important discovery.

How to understand the macro trend to be on the right side of the market.

How to scale down for individual opportunities for Emini, stock, forex and futures.

Understanding market psychology thru a complete market cycle.

Please R.S.V.P.    

 I look forward to seeing you all there!!!   ....Amy 

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  • David J.

    Seemed like a good group of people. I did not find the presentation helpful. Hopeful that the next one will be better.

    May 2, 2012

  • Gary S.

    Jeff had lots of knowledge and covered lots of material with really good chart examples. The Andrew's pitchfork is something I want to study more in depth after having seen it on his charts.

    May 2, 2012

  • lowell c.

    real interesting - lots of information. More tools to help me get to the flow state.

    May 1, 2012

  • Bruce M.

    I thought his claims were a little extreme. If you use enough numbers, any pattern is possible. Perhaps he was saving the real story for those who would be his clients

    May 1, 2012

  • Joe S.

    Jeff covered basics and used premier examples to display how certain indicators work - when they work correctly. He didn't walk us through how to profit from these examples, but he gave us an idea of how to use them. I can now draw andrew pitchforks. He also instilled that pivot swings need to be used with discipline instead of the first touch, wait for the second and even breakthrough the resistance. I think the Gann numbers can be used by placing them on larger charts and looking at how they affect smaller charts, ex. 1hour or 15 min placement, and look at where they fall on 5 min chart to look for resistance. Overall, I'm happy I attended the event.

    May 1, 2012

  • Mark M

    Jeff clearly has a wealth of knowledge and a deep set of tools for analyzing the macro market. It was not entirely clear how we as individuals, could get started to either gain more knowledge or actually put some of Jeff's tools or knowledge to work. He might be on to something but appears it could be difficult to leverage.

    May 1, 2012

  • Sharon M.

    Maybe it was just me but I thought the concept and presentation was hard to follow. I also was uncomfortable with Mr. Greenblatt's many insults of others in the industry.

    May 1, 2012

  • Douglas C.

    Like so many of these guys, he talked very fast, threw up charts on the board and went on. No explanation of how he made up the charts was given. Or, if it was given there were numbers thrown around with words like 'a square root'. What? After a while I got the feeling that I was getting his cherry picked best examples where the things worked out perfectly after the fact.

    May 1, 2012

  • Jack S.

    I learned nothing. I had no background in his material.

    May 1, 2012

  • Brett M.

    Appreciated the opportunity. Thought he could of done a better job of articulating how the strategies would yield profits using case studies - step by step process. There was a lady who asked good clarifying questions which I think most were asking in their do you know how to draw the pitch forks, etc.

    May 1, 2012

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