Five critically important keys to professional trading w/Adam Grimes





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Published on Nov 3, 2016

The topic for this webinar is "Five critically important keys to professional trading", and bullet points include:

- What is professional trading and why do we care?
- How can we align our beliefs and practices with the market?
- What is the role of risk in successful trading?
- How big of a part does luck play?
- How should we understand trading psychology and what is its place in a successful trading/investment process?
- What can you do, today, to make yourself a better trader?

Adam Grimes has two decades of experience in the industry as a trader, analyst and system developer. His trading experience covers all major asset classes–futures, currencies, stocks, options, and other derivatives, and the full range of timeframes from very short term scalping to constructing portfolios for multi-year holding periods. Adam is currently Chief Investment Officer of Waverly Advisors, LLC, a research and advisory firm for which he writes daily market commentary and trade notes. He is also a contributing author for several publications on quantitative finance and related topics, and is much in demand as a speaker and lecturer on the topics of technical trading, risk management, and system development. When not doing finance stuff, Adam is also an accomplished musician and a classically-trained French chef.

Waverly Advisors, LLC is a quantitatively based technical research boutique focused on the full spectrum of liquid asset classes including equities, commodities, currencies, and fixed income. Our work is applicable to both relative and absolute value investors, and targets active portfolio management with a normal investment horizon ranging from several weeks to many months.

Visit https://futures.io for more futures trading webinars and strategies.

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