Closing Bell Webinar with Geoff Bysshe from Market Gauge

Geoff Bysshe

Geoff Bysshe

Advanced Strategies & Tactics For Buying Near The Low of The Day

In this presentation you’ll learn how to anticipate and identify intra-day market bottoms. These strategies and tactics will improve your swing trading entries and exits, and enable you to day trade with a statistical edge commonly used by floor traders.

  • Where You Should Put Your Stop Loss
    Orders To Instinctively Feel Safer and More Confident In Your Trade
  • How To Use A Floor Trader's Secret Charting Tactic To
    Anticipate The Market's Highs, Lows, Trends & Reversals
  • A Simple Pattern That Puts Money In Your Trading Account Quickly
    Because It Pinpoints Reversals
  • The Simple Entry Trigger That's Been "Hidden" in Your Charts All Along

 


About the Presenter

Geoff Bysshe is the President and co-founder of MarketGauge.com

  • Geoff began trading in 1990 on the floor of the NY commodities exchange
  • While on the floor traded as an independent floor trader of currencies, commodities and stock index futures.
  • In 1994 Geoff moved off the floor to manage quantitative equity based strategies at Millennium Partners, a multi-billion dollar fund in NY.
  • While at Millennium Partners, Geoff co-founded MarketGauge to provide trading analytics to professional traders and individual active investors
  • Since its inception in 1997 MarketGauge has provided market analysis to firms such as Reuters, Fidelity National Brokerage, Bank of America, Townsend Analytics, Barron’s and more.
  • Additionally, MarketGauge has helped thousands of individual traders improve their trading.

About the Host

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Cyber Trading University

Cyber Trading University has been providing training courses for almost 20 years, and is the only on-site trading university on Long Island,NY Cyber Trading University offers a comprehensive suite of training programs for direct access traders who want to acquire proven strategies and techniques used by traders on Wall Street.

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