Free Webinar: What Institutional Traders Know That Small Traders Don’t

Fausto Pugliese

Fausto Pugliese

On Tuesday, February 20th, 2015, Cyber Trading University's founder and CEO Fausto Pugliese is giving a free webinar in which he will teach attendees how to daytrade stocks like an institutional professional. Fausto is a pro trader with over two decades of experience, author of the book “How to Beat the Market Makers at Their Own Game”, and a twelve-time champion of the Money Show trader's challenge.

As one of the original 'SOES Bandits' daytraders in the 1990s, Fausto knows every trick in the book that's used by Nasdaq market makers to consistently dominate intraday market action. In this webinar, Fausto will teach you how to spot and trade alongside these elusive 'smart money' traders as they help launch powerful stock rallies, trigger panicky sell-offs, scoop up stock again at lower prices, and start the whole profitable cycle over again.

Fausto will discuss:

  •  -How to find the best stocks to trade
  • -Navigating the challenging world of HFT and algorithmic trading
  • -Deciphering Level II and Level III quotes
  • -Trade entries and exits
  • -Nasdaq Market Maker tricks and traps
  • -...and much more.
Fill out the form below to learn how you can consistently stay on the right side of "big boys" of the market to achieve your most optimistic trading goals.

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About the Host

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Fausto Pugliese

Fausto Pugliese, Founder and CEO of Cyber Trading University, was one of the first independent day traders to take advantage of the direct-access trading technology boom that started in 1987. In the early 1990s, he was one of the original SOES bandits on Wall Street. In Fausto’s years of active day trading, he acquired a wealth of knowledge from hands-on experience, working side-by-side with some of the most experienced market makers in the industry, watching closely as they would strategize and take positions in the stocks that they dominated.

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