"How to Trade" Weekly MasterClass with guest speakers Dr. Jerry Allison & Josh Levitan

We're excited to invite you to a double-header of insightful online classes today, starting at 11:00am ET. These sessions are designed to enhance your trading knowledge and strategies, and we're delighted to have two experts in the field share their expertise with you.

Session 1: Tax Strategies for Traders in 2023
Time: 11:00am - 12:00pm ET

In the first session, we have the honor of hosting Dr. Jerry Allison from Traders Accounting. With over 30 years of experience in accounting and taxation, Dr. Allison will provide invaluable insights into navigating the complexities of tax strategies for traders in 2023. Here are some key topics he will cover:

The importance of a solid tax strategy for traders
Leveraging Trader Tax Status to reduce income
Benefits of utilizing an entity for tax and legal advantages
Exploring the Mark-To-Market election to eliminate deferred losses
Crafting the perfect strategy tailored to individual needs
Dr. Jerry Allison's wealth of knowledge and experience, combined with his impressive credentials, make this session a must-attend event.

Session 2: How to Trade Using Order Flow and Price Action
Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm ET
Following Dr. Allison's session, Josh Levitan, the senior instructor at Cyber Trading University, will take the virtual stage. Josh has a proven track record in day trading and is passionate about sharing his insights. Join us to discover the power of Order Flow and Price Action strategies in your trading journey.

With Josh's expertise and dedication to helping traders succeed, this session promises to be a game-changer for your trading approach.

About Our Experts:

Dr. Jerry Allison is a distinguished CPA with a doctorate in business administration and a master's degree in mathematics. With decades of experience in accounting, taxation, and teaching, he has been instrumental in guiding individuals and businesses through intricate financial landscapes.

Josh Levitan, our senior instructor at Cyber Trading University, has honed his trading skills under the mentorship of industry veteran Fausto Pugliese. With his deep understanding of tape reading and trading as a business, Josh has successfully shared his knowledge through courses, workshops, and coaching programs.


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