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Drills are used as an invaluable training tool by virtually every technical industry in existence. Ever activity that requires precision and pinpoint accuracy without thought is fostered via drills. Every professional area from the military, to airplane pilots, to athletes, to even school children preparing for a fire or earthquake uses drills to make proper action amidst the heat of real life situations automatic. Trading is no different. The developing trader can practice certain, well defined drills that will make him/her sharper, more precise, more exacting and alert when real market moments call for it. In this broadcast, Oliver Velez will divulge a number of the drills he uses to train some of his most elite traders.
If you are serious about trading, you will not want to miss this broadcast which is scheduled Wednesday, December 23, 2015. Learn precisely what you can practice doing to make you a better, sharper trader, and ultimately a better, sharper everything.
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Bret Rosenthal, the host of 'All Access Pass to the Trading Desk', and esteemed collegue Bill Jacobs attack the finer points of how to build successful trading systems. The cornerstone of their approach begins with a solid understanding of the Fibonacci sequence.
Other topics covered:
Four key components to Mean Reversion trading: Fibonacci, Swing Cycle, Average True Range, Point of Control
What can the jazz process tell us about life? How can jazz be a model for education and better business practices? In what ways can jazz help us become better listeners, leaders, innovators, and collaborators? Each Friday at 11AM Eastern (8AM Pacific), we'll trade fours with educators, students, business leaders, creative artists, diplomats and more drawn from a global audience. Join us on Trading Fours and "Get in on the Rhythm."
Riza & Marcus Printup shared some insights on musical translation and collabroation on and off the stage. Brandee Younger shared insights on mentors, the integration of sound, and gender. We revisted ideas on communucation shared by Anat Cohen. On today's Review Show, we'll consider what we learned from recent guests in the context of jazz, education and business. Join us today at 11AM Eastern (8AM Pacific) on Trading Fours and "Get in on the Rhythm."
in this broadcast, Oliver Velez, debunks many of the beliefs people have regarding trading, investing and the financial markets in general. Erroneous beliefs, false ideas and ineffective systems such as "diversification," the "3-to-1 risk/reward theory," the idea that the markets are complex entities, and the notion that you can study your way to trading success are just a few of the many generalizations that have been holding back traders for many decades, and Oliver Velez will spend an entire hour picking the biggest ones apart for you. You'll likely be amazed at how many of these generally well accepted axioms don't make any sense at all for today's trader. Tune in to Live Trading Talk with Oliver Velez this upcoming Wednesday at 4:30 p.m. ET.
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How does the art of composing reconcile spiritual strivings? What's the creative process of transcribing disparate voices into a unified whole? In what ways does the music of the African Diaspora express cultural unity and the individuality of nations such as South Africa, Brasil, Cuba, or the United States? On Friday, March 21, 2014, we'll trade fours with low-brass specialist, Joseph Daley whose CDs The Seven Deadly Sins and The Seven Heavenly Virtues capture the complexities of the Diaspora and the spiritual strivings contained therein. Join us on Trading Fours -- 11AM Eastern, 8AM Pacific -- and "Get in on the rhythm."
Bret Rosenthal, the host of 'All Access Pass to the Trading Desk' will be introducing the show.
An overview of the show intentions, a brief history of the players and then hip deep into a real live technique used during trading today.
What can we learn from a pedagogical approach that assumes intelligence? How is Dr. Wes working to create a space for deeper intellectual engagement on Black Renaissance TV? How is the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture setting the stage for a national conversation on education and the arts in its November 2014 tribute to Cultural Historian Albert Murray? Join us Friday, October 31, 2014, on Trading Fours and “get in on the Rhythm.”
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To listen to this broadcast, please go to https://youtu.be/i7OjRahMCd0. In this broadcast, Oliver Velez, helps you discover precisely where you are in your trading journey. The recording here never took on the BlogTalk Radio system, so was posted on his YouTube Channel to ensure that his followers would still be able to benefit from the broadcast. So please go there to make sure you get this episode under your belt. It is truly some of his best work.
Oliver Velez has always believed that one of the biggest obstacles to progress along the path to trading mastery is that traders have no real clue of where they exactly are along the journey. They don't really know if they are truly still at the beginning or whether they have progressed and have left the realm of the neophyte. They may know that they have not achieved mastery, but don't know if real, true progress has been achieved or is being obtained. Most believe that "time" is the barometer that determines their level of experience and current station in this journey toward trading mastery, but it is not. Time in the game is the least accurate way to know where you are. Some traders have been at the game for decades and have still not left the neophyte zone. Others have just taken up the craft we call trading and are already beyond the beginning. What's the difference? And if time is not a reliable gauge, then what is? find out Today!
To Journey with Oliver Velez and his traders with complete training as well as complete funding, email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
In 1970 Albert Murray proclaimed, US culture was "incontestably mulatto." In 1973, Murray wrote about "The Dynamics of Heroic Action" and in 1974, with the introduction of Scooter (the protagonist of Train Whistle Guitar), Murray gave readers the blues-based adventures of a brown-faced hero. In August 2013, Albert Murray joined the celestial ensemble. On today's Trading Fours, former Murray students: Paul Devlin, Roberta Maguire, Greg Thomas, Lauren Walsh and Jackie Modeste re-member Murray and his legacy. Join us for an historic gathering of Murrayites and "Get in on the rhythm."
Trading Fours: a Tribute to Albert Murray
Happy New Year! Today's show will introudce you to the hosts of Trading Fours, Dr. Jackie Modeste and Dr. Wesley Watkins IV. Whats' the Jazz & Democracy Project? What is The Global Roundhouse? Why do we do what we do? How does music, and jazz specifically, guide our work? Join us today at 4PM and "get in on the Rhythm" of a new year with Trading Fours with Drs. Modeste & Wes.
What’s the relationship between classroom and community learning? How can learning the licks of the jazz masters encourage creativity? On Friday, November 21, 2014, we’ll trade fours with Saxophonist & Educator Ronald Carter. Join our discussion about improvisation, jazz history, and learning through jazz and “Get in on the Rhythm.”
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