Happy Holidays, Ladies!!
Yes, the holiday's are upon us already and since it's a busy time of the year, we are going to join the Twin Cities Trading Group for their Christmas potluck and meeting. There will be a social hour from 5:30 - 6:30 and we all need to bring a dish to share to make this a success (& be invited to join them in the future !)
At 6:30, the meeting will begin and Roger Best will be speaking to the group. He always has something interesting and informative to share (after all, he is the BEST!). This group usually goes until 9:30, so plan on staying until then, or as long as you're able to stay. I appreciate that T.C.T.G. has extended an invitation for us to join them, so please R.S.V.P. A.S.A.P., so we can get an accurate head count, so OTA knows how many people to expect, so they can plan where to hold the meeting.
Here is Roger's bio from OTA:
Roger Best has been involved in the stock market since the age of 18. He is an equities specialist who formerly traded for his own account on the largest trading floor in the western United States. He currently trades his personal account at his private trading office, and is a periodic Instructor for Online Trading Academy.
An expert in algorithmic order execution, Roger brings this unique scientific experiential perspective to every class. Over the years he has traded and taught on many of the leading direct access trading platforms. Adept at both swing and momentum trading, Roger clearly describes and demonstrates these methods to his students. As he reduces complex trading strategies to their individual components, his students gain a solid foundation in basic concepts from which to develop and enhance their own trading techniques. Roger believes that, “As educators and professional traders, one of the most important things we do for students is apply our collective experience to filter out the less valuable inefficient practices and focus on the more reliable ones.”
An authority on risk management, Roger has done extensive research in quantifying and managing trading risk factors. A stickler for trading discipline, he is quick to explain why discipline and risk management are so essential to success, and exactly how to achieve them — his students learn the art and science of trading defensively. Roger is an adamant proponent of the “immersion educational experience,” and possesses a passionate energy for teaching the trading business.
Remember to bring a dish to share & rsvp asap. Thanks for your cooperation and hope to see you then!!