In this six-hour presentation, Mark helps those traders who may not have an extensive knowledge of how the markets work or interact with the individual or institutional trader ~ have a deeper understanding of just what trading is all about. If you are relatively new to trading, or have changed careers to jump into the game, then this presentation is for you.
Winner of the US Investing Championship for two consecutive years (with 563% and 322% returns), Mark is a Trading Wizard featured in Jack Schwager’s best-selling book Stock Market Wizards. Considered one of the best intra-day traders, Mark created the Cook Cumulative Tick Indicator, which he used in his competition-winning performances. This exclusive video is vital viewing for all traders. Learn about the Trading Wizard’s challenges, development and strategies as he shares his experiences and insights.
Maximizing the trader's state of mind is the key to successful results. Conflicts, contradictions, and paradoxes in thinking can spell disaster for even a highly motivated, astute and well grounded trader. Mark Douglas, a trader, personal trading coach, and industry consultant since 1982, sends the message that "thinking strategy" will profoundly influence a trader's success rate. Douglas addresses five very specific issues to give traders the insight and understanding about themselves that will make them consistent winners in the market.
Mark brings twenty-four years of experience to this thought-provoking session, intended for those who aspire to the six to seven figure incomes of the professional trader. Mark will describe his famous, widely published "Cook Cumulative Tick", an overbought-oversold indicator which draws on correlations between the S&P 500, T-Bonds and the S&P 100 Index Options (OEX). He will also detail the important concept of winning versus losing trade percentages and why strict adherence to trading details turns a losing trader into a consistently profitable one. Mark is known for his frankness and will emphasize the intense nature of the business and the tough world of the professional trader.
This is perhaps the best of the many Zorro films as Tyrone Power gives an outstanding performance as the alternately swishing and swashbuckling son of a 19th century California aristocrat. As a champion of the oppressed, Zorro must face a wicked governor portrayed by J. Edward Bromberg, who, of course, has a beautiful niece whom our hero loves. Basil Rathbone is a delightfully evil assistant to the governor. Based on Johnston McCulley's novel The Curse of Capistrano, The Mark of Zorro was a remake of the 1920 silent film and by far superior to all the Zorro incarnations. Interspersed with humor and one-liners but still keeping up with the highest of swashbuckling traditions, it is an action-packed story of one man standing against a corrupt, oppressive government on behalf of those less able to bear their burdens.