Archive for April, 2016

Today’s video sheds some fervent light on tapping into our true potential.

We are ALL diamonds currently undergoing polishing.

Have a great trading week!!

P.S. One footnote is that the 5pm ET timeframe I reference near the beginning reflects the closing of the RTH futures market. The traditional RTH equity close is typically 4pm ET.

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For those who missed it, here’s a summary of yesterday’s catcher’s mitt trade narration posted live on Twitter as it was developing and executing.

Please read from the bottom up in sequence.

Given I talk about it quite often and it’s one of my staple trading sequences, I hope you find it useful!

Categories : Strategy
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After some adjustments to accommodate conflicting schedules, I’m pleased to announce that the dates for the 2016 Jellie trader training session have been set for Monday-Friday May 9-13.

For those unfamiliar with the weeklong live session, it will once again be offered via streaming media, so you can attend from the comfort of your own trading office.

In addition to the legacy material and syllabus we’ve used over the past six years, we’ll also be incorporating some incremental material and program expansion including Globex ETH monitoring, catcher’s mitt trades, volume profile, and the F6 delta chart. Additional detail describing the program intent, history, tuition, prior participant feedback, and prerequisite webinars can be found on our educational site or links in the right hand margin including our past jellie guest posts.

As always, participation will remain limited to a small group to ensure a quality and in-depth experience for all.

Please email me at if you’re interested.


Categories : Trader Training
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The Weekend Trader Returns – Q2 Goal Expansion

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The return of the Weekend Trader further expands on my Q2 goals posted yesterday.

Let’s rock this quarter!

P.S. And yes, toward the end I really did say I love and forgive Jon Corzine!

Categories : The Weekend Trader
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