A Rare Minimum Risk — Unlimited Return Opportunity to Master Futures & Futures Options
Ed Seykota is an electrical engineer who trained at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T). But he wanted to work on Wall Street.
He started as a market analyst.
But he was smart in math and programming. He worked out a trend following system that is consistent with all that we know in academic finance that makes sense in futures and futures options.
He astonished the world by producing 250,000% returns for his investors over 16 years between 1972 and 1988. Read the details in the New York Times Bestselling book “Market Wizards” by Jack Schwager.
How to Hedge Your Stock Portfolio Against Major Market Crashes with Index Futures Options!
You are reading this now because you have probably had problems in the past trading futures or futures options. Or perhaps you are interested in the market to hedge your risk in stocks in your 401[K].
Either way everybody knows that futures and futures options are dangerous.
Many investors lose ever dime they put into these markets. Even worse I remember a Coast Guard aviator who lost over one hundred and fifty thousand dollars in these markets on margin call.
He was unable to retire as planned.
The Elements of Good Trading
According to Ed Seykota there are three critical factors to your trading.
- Cutting losses.
- Cutting losses.
- Cutting losses.
He is not joking. Implementing techniques for cutting losses is what the Coast Guard chopper pilot failed to grasp.
Your Three Most Important Rules to Remember …
But like the United States Coast Guard this course is based on a rigid set of safety rules. They are,
- RULE #1: Cut losses.
- RULE #2: Ride winners.
- RULE #3: Test with small bets.
I am Dr. Scott Brown. At the turn of the century I devised a technique to answer the most controversial question ever asked in the futures market.
I wanted to know if the floor was ripping off retail traders with slippage.
This got the attention of the Chicago Board of Trade. They mobilized a team to gather data for my doctoral dissertation in finance at the University of South Carolina.
Professor Tim Koch (Ph.D. Purdue), Eric Powers (Ph.D. M.I.T.), and Glenn Harrison (Ph.D. U.C.L.A.) oversaw my research efforts.
We proved that not only does the floor not steal from the small trader but that most of the times market orders are best for entry. Slippage works to the profit of a trader as often as a loss.
Inside You’ll Discover the Top 10 Futures & Futures Option Strategies …
- FIRST: The E-Mini Short Hedge
- SECOND: The E-Mini Protective Put
- THIRD: Half Margin Stop Protected Long Futures Contract
- FOURTH: Half Margin Stop Protected Short Futures Contract
- FIFTH: Deep in the money Call
- SIXTH: Deep in the Money Put
- SEVENTH: Long Futures Contract Plus Protective Put
- EIGHT: Short Futures Contract Plus Protective Put
- NINTH: Bullish Out-of-the-Money Put Futures Credit Spread
- TENTH: Bearish Out-of-the-Money Call Futures Credit Spread
Here is what my students have to say about how I can move your training up a notch or three,
- “I have a lot of respect and admiration for you, your education and your teaching ability.” -Charlie White, 1/29/2016
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Enroll now! I am waiting inside to help you progress. -Scott
Dr. Scott Brown
Associate Professor of Finance of the AACSB Accredited Graduate School of Business of the University of Puerto Rico.
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