Friday, May 19, 2006

LAST WEEKS to Register



Time is quickly passing as we make final preparations for the 1st Annual Learning Curve Seminar (LCS). Only a few weeks are left to register for a special event that promises the chance to improve your trading performance, shape the development of a leading edge tool, and network like crazy to meet new, interesting contacts.

The 1st Annual Learning Curve Seminar includes:
  • Expert panels
  • Two days of networking
  • Practical advisory sessions
  • Traders who share what works best in Trade-Ideas
  • Trading techniques using Trade-Ideas that level the playing field against specialists, institutions, more capitalized traders
  • Steps on how to model strategies from articles, speakers, and inspiration and separate the what's good from the snake oil

Register here: http://www.trade-ideas.com/Seminar/
Email: heather@trade-ideas.com
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UPDATE 5.19.06:

We are fortunate to have the following speaker join us:

Julia E. Bussie, CMT

Ms. Bussie is currently a portfolio manager for alternative investments and a hedge fund advisor for Western Pacific Capital Management in Del Mar, CA. The bulk of her career thus far has been spent in the commodity markets in Chicago where she was a member of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and the Chicago Board of Trade. She was an analyst with A.G. Edwards for many years, covering the precious and industrial metals, energy and agricultural markets. She is a Chartered Market Technician (CMT) and currently on the board of directors of the Market Technicians Association (MTA) as well as the chair of the San Diego chapter. Ms. Bussie is also a member of the American Association of Professional Technical Analysts.

Julia will provide plenty of context to frame our strategy and modeling discussions as she gives her perspective on the markets. She will be speaking at the conclusion of our first day and joining us for cocktails afterwards.

The 411:
The latest updates on any changes will be here first
Agenda details and the event schedule are here
Registration information for the seminar is here

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