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Dave Landry is a Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA). He is president of Sentive Trading, a money management and research firm.  Mr. Dave Landry has authored two books on swing trading: Dave Landry on Swing Trading and Dave Landry's 10 Best Patterns and Strategies. His articles and a number of other trading strategies have appeared in Active Trader and Technical Analysis of Stocks and Commodities magazines. He has made several appearances on Bloomberg Television. He is co-founder of www.TradingMarkets.com where he writes a nightly commentary on stocks. Dave holds a Bachelor of Science in computer science from the University of Louisiana and an MBA degree from the University of Southern Mississippi.

The Best Patterns to Capture Trends

Posted: 24 October, 2009 Subjects: Chart_Patterns&Analysis Trend_Following
Source: C2009 Available to: Members

In this presentation, Dave will show you why you should trade trends, how to recognize them, and some of his favourite patterns to capitalize on the three phases of a trend. As you know, a pattern in itself is useless unless it is applied properly. Therefore, he will show you when to use each of the patterns. Further, he will also touch upon important concepts such as money management, trader’s psychology, how to find the best setups, and discretionary techniques so that these patterns can be applied in the real world.

Entering new Trends early

Posted: 24 October, 2009 Subjects: Chart_Patterns&Analysis Trend_Following
Source: C2009 Available to: Members

Trends don’t last forever. Eventually they exhaust themselves and quite often, a new trend in the opposite direction emerges. However, established trends can often last much longer and go much further than most anticipate. Therefore, trying to buy a market because it is “low” or sell short market because it is “high” is a loser’s game. The good news is that markets will leave clues that a trend is turning. Dave will show you how to recognize these clues and capture new trends early with his favourite trend transition patterns. He’ll also show you how major bull and bear markets all begin with easy to recognize transitional patterns.