Boca Raton, Fla. (PRWEB) April 26, 2010
Online broker dealer TradeKing (http://www.tradeking.com) today shared the line-up for its May 2010 free online webinar series. Investors of all experience levels will find trading topics of interest as part of the May series, including sessions on whether “ideal” strategies exist, how to identify trends in stocks and options; drill-down sessions into volatility and trailing stops; and a focus on using Japanese candlestick charts to find high probability trades.
The May webinars will feature the following sessions: “Condors vs. Butterflies: Is there an ‘Ideal’ Strategy?” with Nicole Wachs, TradeKing’s Director of Education; “Finding Big Trends in Trading Stocks and Options” with Price Headley of BigTrends.com (http://www.bigtrends.com); a seventh installment in an ongoing series based on TradeKing’s popular Options Playbook entitled, “What is Volatility?,” hosted by Playbook author and TradeKing’s Senior Options Analyst, Brian Overby; a session on “Candles: Quickly Find High Probability Trades” with Steve Nison of Candlecharts.com (http://www.candlecharts.com); and a Rookie’s Corner on “Trailing Stops” by TradeKing’s Wachs.
TradeKing’s webinars are free and open to TradeKing clients, as well as other investors. The June 2010 webinar schedule will be available starting May 15.
May 2010 Webinar Schedule:
Tuesday, May 4 at 5pm ET
Condors vs. Butterflies: Is there an `Ideal’ Strategy?
with Nicole Wachs of TradeKing
Tuesday, May 11 at 5pm ET
Finding Big Trends in Trading Stocks and Options
with Price Headley of BigTrends.com
Tuesday, May 18 at 5pm ET
The Options Playbook Series, part 7: What is Volatility?
with Brian Overby of TradeKing
Tuesday, May 25 at 5pm ET
Candles: Quickly Find High Probability Trades
with Steve Nison of Candlecharts.com
Thursday, May 27 5pm ET
Rookie’s Corner: Trailing Stops
with Nicole Wachs of TradeKing
For more information on the All-Star Webinar Series or to register for a webinar, visit http://webinars.tradeking.com or email webinars(at)tradeking(dot)com.
TradeKing (http://www.tradeking.com) is a nationally licensed online stock and option trading broker offering simple, low trading fees ($4.95 per trade plus $.65 per option contract) with no hidden costs or account minimums.1 A pioneer in integrating new financial social media as part of its innovative online equities, options trading and fixed-income trading platform, TradeKing has received multiple five-star ratings from top industry sources and was given five stars in customer service by SmartMoney2 Magazine, ahead of OptionsXpress, Scottrade, Fidelity and TD Ameritrade. (June 2009 SmartMoney Broker Survey).
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