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Interpreting TSV, MoneyStream & Balance of Power
Peter Worden
Peter Worden, co-founder of Worden Brothers, teaches live at an award-winning TC2000 training class in Tampa FL. He delves into the interpretation techniques for Worden proprietary technical indicators Time Segmented Volume, MoneyStream and Balance of Power created by his father, Don Worden. Peter demonstrates how to use these indicators to establish the primary bias of a stock by ferreting out what the 'smart money' is currently doing. By walking through the indicator development in chart setups of actual stocks Peter helps you learn the basic principles for practical application of these exclusive indicators on the stocks you follow and trade.
Day Trading Using TC2000
Harry Boxer
Harry introduces the Price/Volume Surge and a basic pullback pattern he looks for. This clip also provides a taste of the type of chart reading examples that will be included in the rest of the video.
Swing Trading Using TC2000
Harry Boxer
Harry builds upon his Day Trading Using TC2000 seminar to focus on 1-2 week swing-trade candidates using patterns found on 5 to 15 minute charts. Harry will surprise you on how well he uses a 15 minute timeframe for a 2 week trade. Harry explains how you can do the same.
Basic Option Strategies
Jim Bittman
In this video, Jim performs a review of options basics including: terms, entering orders, and profit/loss diagrams. He also introduces some basic option strategies such as buying calls and puts and selling covered calls and cash-secured puts. Jim alos looks at some TC2000 scans that help to identify stocks suitable for basic strategies.
Option Price Behavior and Planning Option Trades
Jim Bittman
Realistic expectations about how option prices change when market conditions change are essential to using options successfully. In this session, Jim discusses what happens to the price of in-the-money, at-the-money, and out-of-the-money options as stock price, time to expirations and volatility change. The use of TC2000 in identifying option trades are discussed throughout this presentation.
Hybrid Indicators
Martha Stokes, C.M.T.
There are dozens of indicators you can use in TC2000. In this video, you will learn how to select the right indicators for your trading style and strategies. You will learn how the professionals design their trading systems using hybrid indicators from the list on TC2000. You will learn how to customize your settings, determine the proper periods, and test your indicators. You will also learn whether the indicator is working properly or not. This is hands-on session including a workbook on how to create the best indicator tool kit for you
Fast Track Your Trading
Martha Stokes, C.M.T.
In this video, Martha teaches you how to: streamline your trade analysis, find more power-packed trades faster, identify stocks poised to move with sudden momentum, and increase each trade's profits with better exits. Martha also shows how the use of Bollinger Bands, Time Segmentaed Volume, Balance of Power and other leading indicators assist in these efforts. In this "hands-on" training sessions, you will learn Martha's techniques for "speed screening" stocks using hybrid indicators, trailing profit stops, and when to exit for optimal profits.
Follow the Smart Money: Sector Rotation
Michael Thompson
Sector rotation describes how smart money moves within the market from zones which are out of favor to those in favor. Whether it's defensive sectors during market downturns or growth sectors in bullish market surges, the philosophy is that money goes where it is treated best in the market. In this video, you'll learn how to follow the money and then drill further down into the stocks which are leading the way using a tool called "custom date sort". You will also learn to create a TC2000 workspace specially designed to rotate your trades into the best sectors.
Making Money Regardless of Market Direction
Jim Farrish
Jim Farrish, a financial manager with more than 30 years of experience, shares the secrets he has learned for staying positive regardless of the market's current behavior. Whether the market is bullish or bearish, Jim teaches you how to use basic trend analysis techniques to visually guide yourself through market fluctuations and weather the storm with gains. With a strong emphasis on risk management and loss protection, Jim explains the essentials of managing money in the current market environment.
Best of 2011 Training Classes: Michael Thompson
Michael Thompson
Michael Thompson explains the basics of understanding and applying the Worden proprietary indicators, MoneyStream and Time Segmented Volume. Using the indicators abilities to contradict price with divergences, he shows you how to sniff out where the smart money is going. Using specific chart examples and then TC2000’s sorting and scanning capabilities, Michael shows you practical ways to use these proprietary indicators in your chart analysis.
Best of 2011 Training Classes: Julia Ormond
Julia Ormond
You can view the best of Julie's 2011 seminar presentations in this video series. Julie first covers calculation, interpretation & implementation of the Ichimoku Cloud. She then dives into helping you understand Parabolic SAR, the importance of price & volume in contextual indications. In this video you will dive into industry analysis and end with explaining consolidations and how to find them.
Best of 2010 Training Classes
Julia Ormond, Michael Thompson
Learn how to extract meaningful relationships between price and several key volume indicators. Learn how to use StockFinder's condition toolset to sort for specific market behaviors and examine these volume indicators as a metric of the quality of recent price activity. You will also learn how another indicator, Volume at Price, can show you both the where and when volume happens, and at what price levels.
My Favorite Scans
Peter Worden
Worden Brothers co-founder Peter Worden teaches you how to use EasyScan to find stocks from within various components based on custom price conditions and indicator behavior. You will also learn how to examine divergences in price and Time-Segmented Volume with two unique sets of scan conditions.
Best of 2009 Training Classes
Julia Ormond, Michael Thompson
Learn how to identify a stock's support and/or resistance using StockFinder. By creating "rules" (conditions, behaviors of price, or indicators) Julia Ormond teaches you how to identify stocks from any WatchList, see whether it Is approaching support or resistance, and how to quickly find every historical example of the same price behavior.
Formulating Your Trading Plan
Jeff White
Every trader needs a plan, and while unique, all plans need to address certain issues. Jeff discusses common time frames for trading, from short-term day trading to multi-month position trading with TC2000 and how to choose which to operate on. He'll help you nail down the right setups for your trading style so you can stick with your method and examine specific chart setups which are best-suited for each approach with TC2000.
Locating Trades & Evaluating Risk
Jeff White
There's no shortage of ideas for traders to act on, but many struggle with the challenge of narrowing down a focus list for actual trades. In this session, Jeff discusses building a watch list of trade candidates in TC2000, and how to narrow down that list not only by potential but also according to risk. This will help traders be decisive while at the same time reducing the potential for downside on any given trade.
Using the Ichimoku Indicator
Bill Kraft
Ichimoku Kinko Hyo (also known as the Ichimoku Cloud) translates to the 'one look equilibrium chart.' It can have great value in assisting the trader to identify trend direction, visualize levels of support and resistance, and gauge momentum as well as providing trading signals. In this program, Bill discusses the basic elements of the indicator as well as explain some of the ways I have used it as a provider of trading signals both for entries and to develop an exit strategy. Though the indicator may seem a little daunting at first glance, many of its benefits can be realized quite simply and easily.
Using Charts to Discipline Your Trading
Bill Kraft
Trading ultimately comes down to decision making and quite often how those decisions are made determines the ultimate result. All too often traders respond to their emotions in deciding when to enter, adjust, and exit trades. Those emotions, though powerful, can lead to bad decision making. My years of trading and teaching trading have led me to conclude that discipline is an essential ingredient of successful trading but that many traders and investors could use a little help in learning ways they can discipline their trading. In this program I'll demonstrate some of the simple ways I strive to discipline my own trading using the powerful elements of We'll take a look at some simple but effective ways to find entries, establish exit strategies, and generally manage trades including the sometimes difficult process of moving stops.
7 Things Smart Investors Do Every Day
Jim Farrish
Learn to think like a money manager using the seven practices shared by all effective traders and investors. Jim Farrish provides you with the basis for effective trading by teaching you how to create and utilize a realistic, disciplined approach. From weekly analysis to daily routines to taking advantage of intraday windows, he teaches practical ways to compare your belief system about the market to the reality of the market.
Trading & Managing Vertical Spreads
Jim Bittman
In this video, Jim Bittman shares a cautious, conservative approach to options education with an emphasis on learning to trade Vertical Spreads. He provides a breakdown of key spread types, discusses spread price behavior, shows realistic expectations for such a strategy, and walks through examples for practice. Bonus material includes a discussion of Bull Put and Bear Call Spreads as well as the details behind one of Jim's favorite Credit Spread strategies. If you already have an understanding of basic options strategies, Jim will take you to the next level with these spread techniques.
Simplified Technical Analysis
Jeff White
In an age of high-frequency algorithms, it's easy to feel out-gunned in the markets. The inclination of many is to complicate their approach in hopes of making it better, but rarely does that translate into more profits. In this session, we'll discuss the benefits of keeping a simplified technical approach in order to keep you focused on what matters most.
Trading YOUR Way Better
Jeff White
You're unique, and you should operate in the markets with that in mind! In this video, we'll discuss the importance of utilizing a methodology which suits you employing a research routine that's adequate for your needs, efficient money management, and selecting appropriate time frames for your positions. We’ll go through several chart examples illustrating just how easy it is to evaluate a stock when you are disciplined in your approach.
10 Ways to Find Trading Candidates
Bill Kraft
Bill Kraft shares ten widely used approaches to finding stocks with price charts and standard indicators like Moving Averages, MACD, Stochastics, and more. He focuses on common deficiencies in using these approaches and provides details for how to change your application of these indicators for better analysis and trade decisions.
Directional Scans for Options Strategies
Jim Bittman
Jim Bittman shares the intuition behind and advantages of two conservative, non-leveraged Options strategies, geared toward the conservative investor. He explains a top-down approach to finding stocks that are suitable for Covered Call and Cash Secured Put strategies. Material includes an explanation of scanning techniques used to find charts of interest as well as a primer on basic Options strategies and pricing behavior. If you are new to trading Options or are looking for a conservative growth investment strategy, this video will give you the tools you need to get started.
How to Find Dark Pool Activity
Martha Stokes, C.M.T.
Looking at the “inside market” activity for dark pools allows you to see the action before it is reflected in price. Beginning with market structure basis Martha traces the 9 distinct components of the cycle of market participation. She also explores the role of high frequency trading and how it affects the efficiency of retail trading. Dark pools are a new type of technical trading creating trading ranges within the market day and their footprints can easily identified by using “hybrid” indicators created with the electronic market in mind. Using real chart examples, Martha shows how the Worden Proprietary indicators can be used to help identify dark pools and capitalize on the price movement that comes on the heels of that accumulation.
How to Exploit High Frequency Trading Activity
Martha Stokes, C.M.T.
Defining volatility by the market participant’s roles, Martha focuses on the unique contemporary role of the high frequency traders. This modern market phenomena has emerged as a critical intraday influence. This computer generated order processing system can be exploited by the average retail trader if he learns to identify the activity. Using Worden’s Balance of Power and Time Segmented Volume, Martha shows how to unmask the high frequency trading and capitalize on the velocity moves they often cause. Using her unique Market Condition Analysis system created in TC2000, Martha shows how to follow market participants and leverage their trading activity.
Interpreting Proprietary Indicators
Peter Worden
With a fascinating history of Worden Brothers and TC2000, Peter Worden introduces the development and constitution of the proprietary indicators MoneyStream, Balance of Power and Time Segmented Volume. Rising from Don Worden’s early analysis of ‘tick volume’, these indicators have become key in sniffing out ‘hidden’ buying and selling. The key role of systematic accumulation and distribution most often applied by institutions can be critical for retail trader’s stock selection decisions. Focusing on the power of these indicators to contradict price (divergence) Peter shows you how to interpret the key signals these indicators give in price movement. Using real chart examples, Peter shows how he uses the proprietary indicators in his daily trading.
Options Strategies for Trading Volatility Cycles
Dan Fitzpatrick
In this video, Dan Fitzpatrick explains stock price volatility, options pricing volatility, and the concept of a volatility cycle. He explains how stock price patterns are related to options pricing and suggests useful options trading strategies for specific chart formations. Dan also shares his favorite chart patterns and the Scans he uses to find them.
Understanding Fundamentals Through Chart Analysis
Dan Fitzpatrick
Dan Fitzpatrick explains why chart analysis is best when paired with a basic understanding of company fundamentals. Dan wades through typical financial jargon and teaches you to focus on only the most telling pieces of fundamental data. He then pairs that approach with principled chart reading to locate the strongest companies with the strongest stocks out there.
Your Personalized Trading Plan
Bill Kraft
Bill Kraft shares what he has learned about the importance of effective trade plans in over a decade as a full-time trader. With consideration for variables that influence how retail investors should structure their plans, he lays out a straight-forward approach, which includes elements to consider when writing your plan. Then, through chart examples, he highlights the key aspects of plan implementation for all kinds of investors.
My Favorite Scans
Peter Worden
Worden Brothers co-founder Peter Worden teaches you how to use EasyScan to find stocks from within various components based on custom price conditions and indicator behavior. You will also learn how to examine price with Time-Segmented Volume Positive Divergence with two unique sets of scan conditions. In Part 2 - Peter leads you through his Buy Candidate list, Short Candidate list and further examines price and indicator patterns. He also analyzes on the fly symbols spontaneously requested from class attendees.
Digging into ETFs Finding the Needle in the Haystack
Jim Farrish
It is easier to find the needle in the haystack if you know which haystack to look in. This is the concept behind Jim Farrish's vital lesson on how to find the sectors which are in favor, the ETFs and stocks in those sectors that are leaders, laggards and limpers and the best ways to identify the imminently tradable plays. Learn how to create a workspace in TC2000 that accesses the major ETFs which represent the sectors of the S&P 500 and empowers you to filter through the noise and find the real activity of the market.
Technical Analysis for Non-Technicians
Dan Fitzpatrick
Look beyond the boxes and squiggly lines to truly understand the price action. Use this solid foundation of application of emotional dynamics to become a better trader which is made quick and effective in TC2000
Be a Victor, Not a Victim
Dan Fitzpatrick
Expand your trading repertoire with Volatility Squeezes and Exhaution Traps. Dan uses the speed of TC2000 scanning to get on the right side of trends before they really get going. The key is to get onboard before the momentum traders arrive.
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