The International TradersExpo - New York



Fausto Pugliese

Fausto Pugliese

Sunday, March 01, 2015
10:30 am - 11:00 am
How to Prosper in Volatile Times
Anyone involved with the financial markets in the past few years is aware of the wild market swings that have taken place. Crude oil plunged by over 50% since the summer, the US dollar had its most powerful rally in a decade, and stocks have experienced several panics and surges this fall. While many traders are caught off-guard by extreme market fluctuations like this, Cyber Trading University's founder and CEO Fausto Pugliese is like a kid in a candy shop. Fausto's unique trading methods are designed to thrive on both upside and downside volatility. These are the same techniques that allowed Fausto to profit from the late-1990s dot-com bubble and the 2008 crash, and every other market condition as well.

Fausto will discuss his methods and the following skills:

  • How to determine the best entry and exit points
  • How to find the most tradeable stocks
  • How to avoid common pitfalls that day traders face
  • Identifying and following the smart money in each stock
  • Developing a trader's mindset and proper psychology

Attend Fausto's free presentation to learn how you can turn the next market panic or surge into serious trading profits—you won't be disappointed.

Sunday, March 01, 2015
2:30 pm - 3:00 pm
How to Find the Highest Probability Trades
Most trading instructors teach the same tired, old trading tools: chart patterns, and technical indicators. Unfortunately, the high frequency trading era has diminished the usefulness of these tools because many of these techniques are already factored into algorithmic trading models. Fausto Pugliese's trading model is different because it looks directly at supply and demand conditions in the market and allows traders to actually spot powerful upcoming moves by trading with the ldquo"smart moneyrdquo" players such as market makers and hedge funds.

You will learn how to:

  • Develop skills that will enable you to follow the dominant market makers
  • Distinguish which brokerage firms control the most shares
  • Understand and identify the difference between the variety of Electronic Communication Network vehicles like ARCA, NDSQ, EDGX, and more.
  • Follow the ECN Book/Total View to see where most of the shares are looking to be bought or sold from other traders
  • Use time and sales to gain insights into a stock's supply and demand situation

You won't want to miss this informative session that will allow you to put probability in your favor for the first time.

Sunday, March 01, 2015
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Educator's Roundtable: Actionable Solutions for Stock Traders
Stock traders have experienced 12 quarters of volatile earnings reports and a spectacular 200% gain in the S&P 500 since the March 2009 lows. This round table will provide attendees insights on ways to capture price moves in equities and how to protect their positions from continued volatile earnings seasons in 2015 and beyond. Our panel of experts will provide ideas on when its best to trade stocks versus options and why. Several topics we will cover in detail for attendees are examples of when Weekly options are best used versus longer time dated expirations and why these can provide the trader a better edge. Of course we will provide guidelines of when the opposite is true. In addition we will discuss when it's more appropriate to buy stock and use options as an alternative to risk management. This round table promises to be fast paced, on topic and highly educational, as moderated by John Person.

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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