Managed Futures

Using Charts to Improve Futures Trading
Hosted by Mark Sebastian of Option Pit and the Price Futures Group

 

July 14, 2011

In this one of a kind event, Option Pit and Price Futures Group's financial experts walked traders through various charts to assist in directional trading of futures and options. The various presenters covered a wide array of charts that traders can look at - from bar charts to volatility charts.  

This webinar was a can't miss for anyone looking to learn or improve upon their technical analysis of futures products!


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