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Linda has been a full-time professional trader since 1981 when she started as a market maker on the Pacific Coast Stock Exchange. She was also a member of the Philadelphia Exchange, a CTA  since 1992, and a CPO since 2002.  Her hedge fund was ranked 17th out of 4500 for best 5-year performance by Barclay Hedge and her early successes were recognized by Jack Schwager in his renowned Market Wizard series.  She has enjoyed sharing research and ideas and served on the board of both the Market Technicians Association as well as the American Association of Professional Analysts for many years.

Trading Process

Posted: 31 May, 2018 Subjects: Trading _Strategies
Source: C2018 Available to: Conference Delegates

Trading process includes everything from initial homework and preparation, mental state,  execution and trade management and a host of other factors so important to developing consistency and minimizing unforced errors while trading. Linda will go through what her trading process is for both discretionary and systematic trading, helpful tips about avoiding common mistakes,  eliminating distractions and staying confident yet flexible. Any approach must be simple and streamlined and balanced! Traders fail not from lack of knowledge but from holes in their process!

Unfortunately the audio of this video is degraded for the first 16 minutes - we needed to make use of an open microphone backup..

Modeling Price Structure and Modeling Strategies

Posted: 31 May, 2018 Subjects: Trading _Strategies
Source: C2018 Available to: Conference Delegates

Linda will share insights and tips from 3 decades of research and modeling.  She will discuss how she developed and uses a quantifiable approach for price structure as well as different questions to ask when modeling.  She will then take this a step further and discuss how to develop strategies to take advantage of certain price structures, the importance of recognizing state changes, and markers that can indicate arbitrage opportunities. This is meant to be practical with interesting conceptual angles of value to those who do not do backtesting and modeling work!