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December 16th, 2010
Colorado Springs, Colorado
United States of America
5:27pm EST

Hi Traders,

I hope you're having a relaxing holiday season as we end this 2010 trading year.   Now that we're into the holiday season, I thought I'd take the time to schedule a new series of 3 premium sector trading webinars for you, featuring sector-based swing and day trading stock examples to learn from.... you'll see exactly how to pinpoint entries and exits (for both long and short trades) in this upcoming market month ahead using sectors.

Being able to trade using easy-to-read strong sector movements is one of the best strategies available for active traders. Though I'm cautious here, I'm still trading stocks in strong sectors, BECAUSE they're doing better than the broad market is...

For example, retail, oil and finance sectors have been particularly strong this last couple of weeks during late mid December 2010, as you can see here:

Here's What This Is All About:

Many times it's hard to know which stocks to trade each day, and each week.  One professional trading strategy that top traders use, is to combine sector percent "change from open" and intraday/daily chart patterns to figure out which stocks have the best trading potential ahead.

Whether you're a veteran day trader like myself, or an inexperienced swing trader, I'm sure you'll find new strategies that are useful for your stock trading approach in this upcoming webinar event for active traders.

Why?  Because I literally "take you by the hand" and explain HOW to use the nuances, the subtle differences in sector charts, that you absolutely need to know to be able to trade the markets.  All yours in this upcoming rare "Sector Mastery" webinar events for active traders.  

If you want clarity... and especially if you want better focus in your trading, to help you narrow down the choices of what to trade (and how to manage entries, exits and stops), then you'll really want to get your spot for these special webinars:


Ready To Learn How a REAL Trader Enters and Exits Trades Using Sector Breakouts & Pivots
(and how you can use these little-known pro trading strategies in your own trades, as well)?

How Much Better Could Your Trading Be, If You Only Knew These Sector Trading Tactics? (you'll learn all this, and more, once you register now!)...
  How you can "zero in" on the strongest sectors instantly, using my "percent change" tactics for active day and swing stock traders.  You'll discover all-new patterns for short-term trading using specific sector "blueprint" plays I'll be teaching you about.

You'll see for yourself how a real trader sets entries and exits using new sector-based entry and exit signals that you can test out for yourself.  It's perfect for new and experienced traders.
         Your best sector breakout vs pivot trading patterns to use, explained using current-market sector and specific stock charts, explained so you can immediately start using these tactics yourself (wait'll you see the new "sector range breakout" tactics I've uncovered... they can potentially make a tremendous difference in your trading... yours as my gift).
  Fast-scan sector tactics! With all of us in a rush, busy traders need to see how to quickly spot potential trade setups faster than ever.  You'll see exactly how I narrow down hundreds of stocks to a handful of high-potential entries in just minutes, in this all-new webinar event.
  How to manage your trades using "sector trade management" tactics, this is an all-new sector based strategy you'll want to learn immediately.  Plus, you'll see how to set both your entries as well as your stops, and "add-on" trade positions every time you trade the markets using sector trading setups..
         How to short the weakest sectors on downturns; because it's important to be able to intraday and swingtrade to the short side during down days and down market cycles. You'll also learn how to spot "sectors as they're pivoting" to get an early jump on other traders.
  Live Q&A with Ken Calhoun live online!  Got questions?  Have a chart you'd like me to take a look at?  We'll look at live charts as a team, and you're welcome to get answers to your trading questions FAST, from an actual trader.   It's a "must attend" event, if you actively trade the stock market. 

Also great for options traders, since you can use sectors to help with puts/calls based on relative strength plays I'll be revealing.   Register your spot for Sector Mastery right now!

Who Is This Notoriously Well-Respected Trader, Anyways?

Ken Calhoun is President of Daytrading, and (with Steve Nison). Having provided online training to active traders from over 32 countries since 1999, he is an internationally published trader who's earned industry awards and critical acclaim from traders around the world for his professional trading systems.

Featured in leading trade publications and events including Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities magazine, Active Trader Magazine, Moneyshow's Traders Expos,, and CBS, Ken has been a popular figure in the active trading scene for over a decade, and has co-produced two bestselling stock trading DVD systems with Steve Nison.


Although He's a UCLA Grad and Former Corporate Quality Engineer, Discovering How To Trade Still Took Him YEARS to "Get It Right"...And Now He Trades Every Single Week
Like Clockwork — He'll Show YOU How To Trade In & Out...

Ken will tell you he made every mistake in the book (and then some) on the path to learning how to trade correctly. Now he's able to make thoughtful trade entries, thanks to meticulous testing and experimenting to find out what works best, updated for each week's markets. As a former corporate quality engineer and statistician, dozens of Fortune 500 companies (including Ford, McDonnell Douglas, Sheraton, Chevron and Rockwell International) relied on him to help them improve operations and "the numbers"... he took this experience to help him learn how to trade, and he's thrilled with what he's learned.

Ken reveals new sector-based trading tips in this new webinar for active traders, so you can learn everything he's tested out with hundreds of actual trades he's done.

As an internationally published business management consultant, Ken previously trained over 31,000 people in over 147 companies worldwide. He took his profits from his successful consulting career and discovered the world of active stock trading, where he's been working to help other traders use precision, advanced trading strategies in their trades.

Ken's Daytrading University site has been trusted by over 8,100 traders worldwide to learn how to swing and day trade stocks, and is considered a premiere resource for active traders. He has interviewed Brian Tracy, Toni Turner, Dr. Van K. Tharp, Larry Levin, Steve Nison, Kathy Lien, Boris Schlossberg, Dr. Doug Hirschhorn and others and is a popular, sought-after seminar speaker and industry figure with credibility.

Unlike the majority of people in the trading industry, Ken is a genuine trader and has helped thousands of traders since 1999, when he first founded the Daytrading University.

Still undecided? That's ok...don't take my word for the skilled, specific training quality I deliver...

(Click to see over 107 actual trader comments we received from a webinar that had a huge turnout for an earlier trading webinar - thanks)

Sidebar: I Just Got Back From One Of My Popular Speaking Gigs at the
Fabulous Las Vegas Traders' Expo Nov 2010 (it was great!):

We had a terrific time in Las Vegas at the international Traders' Expo 2010... they did a super job of organizing another winning event, with a huge turnout.  I feel privileged to have been invited as a speaker at these traders' expos since 2001 when my colleague Tim Bourquin started them up (they're a great way to learn from many different traders; I personally liked Toni Turner's presentation on using volume best, this year - she was outstanding). 

Here's a couple of photos from the November 2010 event (me outside the ballroom at left, and some of the traders cheering at the end of my presentation, at right):


The reason I mention this, is for you to see that I do have long-term credibility and trust from the
trading community and industry, for which I'm deeply grateful.  Thanks to all who've worked with me.

Traders, I look forward to sharing new updated tactics for entering and exiting your stock day & swing trades using sector entries for easy scanning, to help identify the strongest potential breakouts and pivots. 

See you in the webinars!

Good Trading,

Ken Calhoun, President
Colorado, USA


Comment posting is now closed, as I said it would be, effective Midnight EST Wed December 15th...
if your comment appears below, it means that a) it was the correct 7+ words in length and b) I've sent your
access pass. Check your spam/trash folders if you do not see the welcome webinar email from me - thanks.

Congratulations, and thanks to all who thoughtfully posted your ideas below, I really appreciate it.

December 15, 2010 11:59PM

"I have learned a great deal from you this year and I'm sure you may not hear this enough but here it is from me. My Skills are improving my Entries are now great. My management skills need work. And I'm working as hard as I can to improve them.

I'm no longer late for the parties but stay too long or not long enough at times. I'm trying to learn to stand aside on the choppy days and I'm doing better now thanks to you. I've got the cup patterns and two day breakouts down pat. The candle patterns recognition has improved from the tips you've pointed out during previous webinars I've attended (a great help to me).

This year I've learn to scan the charts and identify the entry point with confidence. You've given me the tools to learn Trin and Ticks (another great tip from you) Day trading is not a problem. My patience for swing trading this choppy market needs improvement. I need less day trading (more of less of lesson from back during the Summer) and I'm working hard on that.

Now that being said. I've been trying, on my own to learn more about the sectors (I need help). I would like to know where and what to look for to quickly analyze the strong sectors from the weak and neutral sectors. I would like a brief simplified explanation of how a sector is organized. I'm sure you'll give us the tools that we can learn from in this Webinar. For me you always simplify what looks to be complex."   - Greg J.

December 15, 2010 11:57PM

"i would like to learn how to spot when money is moving from one sector to another, and be able to trade accordingly. I have truly learned a lot from your webinars, thanks alot."   -Bente T.

December 15, 2010 10:55PM

"Ken, I'd love to learn how to identify the ebb and flow of sector rotation. What sector is coming into strength and which ones are contracting."   - Roy S.

December 15, 2010 10:35PM

"I enjoy your insights and helpful details on entry and managing trades. Thanks for all that you do."   - Jim G.

December 15, 2010 9:36PM

"As most stocks move mostly with their sector, better identification of sector moves as they happen will greatly help with finding profitable trades, and making those trades more proitable. Thanks, Ken"   - Rod E.

December 15, 2010 9:16PM

"How does one sort through the many different types of technical indicators as to what one to use given different stock price movements? I am trying to keep it simple with one or two indicators if this is possible for entry points."   - Kim M.

December 15, 2010 9:16PM

"When market, sector, industry with top 3 stocks within uptrending market-sector-industry will likely also be uptrending (especially when bouncing off from strong support level)"   - Tim W.

December 15, 2010 8:42PM

"looking forward to ETF tracking for profitable trades"   - Jim L.

December 15, 2010 7:39PM

"Dear Ken, I look forward to your ususl thoughtful and prevocative approach to any Trading techquue that will help me trade better with greater benefit"   - Charles M.

December 15, 2010 7:34PM

"Always looking to expand my knowledge. I am interested to see what it is all about."   - Kevin P.

December 15, 2010 7:33PM

"I would like to learn how to spot trends in different sectors."   - Daphne D

December 15, 2010 7:02PM

"I always enjoy your webinars"   - Bernard

December 15, 2010 6:58PM

"Day Trading the different sectors of the markets and finding good opportunities."   - Benjamin B.

December 15, 2010 6:45PM

"Ken, sounds intriguing and a potentially profitable way to look at the market for trades."   - Tim G.

December 15, 2010 6:30PM

"Hi Ken, i'd like to know if there are certain sectors to watch and certain sectors not even worth looking at and the reason why. Looking forward to the webinar!"   - Rob D.

December 15, 2010 6:27PM

"I'll be interested to find out how you spot the sector break out and which stocks could benefit the most."   - Tom G.

December 15, 2010 5:35PM

"Seeing your take on how to handle sector trading can only better my game.. bring it on"   - Pete B.

December 15, 2010 5:21PM

"How to identify the best sectors for swing - day trading"   - Rafael

December 15, 2010 4:40PM

"How do you use candlesticks on your stocks and When to get in and get out of a stock."   - Renaldo M.

December 15, 2010 4:31PM

"Ken, I would like to learn how to best find the hot sectors before the open, and is it best to trade the sector index or the leading stocks in the index, along with methodology for entry and exit points."   - Mike F.

December 15, 2010 4:14PM

"I would like to learn how to increase my profitability, while spending less time in front of the screen. What and when to trade?"   - Doug P.

December 15, 2010 3:35PM

"I'd like to spend as little time as possible once a day, preparing a stocklist that contains the stocks most likely to move, and the entry and exits for those stocks."   - James W.

December 15, 2010 3:25PM

"I want to learn how a master trader looks at sectors to determine which stocks in that sector to daytrade"   - Alex P.

December 15, 2010 3:05PM

"I am familiar with sector rotation trading, but would like to learn how to identify as early as possible which sectors are gaining strength and can be used for swing trades potentially lasting up to two weeks"   - David S.

December 15, 2010 3:00PM

"Hello Ken, I want to find the best way to identify the most active sectors, then find which stocks are moving in those sectors to trade."   - Joe S.

December 15, 2010 2:56PM

"I have been swing trading options and stocks for 4 years but I have not learned how to truly master the sectors. This webinar should be quite educational."   - Curt G.

December 15, 2010 2:55PM

"I would like to understand fading strategies,using sector analysis"   - R.S.

December 15, 2010 2:10PM

"Ken, Am a relatively new trader working on techniques to trade more effectively. Early stops outs, false breakouts, unexpected reversals ...! Anything that can help me avoid some of these pitfalls would be great. Thanks!"   - Roger J.

December 15, 2010 2:40PM

"how to enter and exit trades."   - Jim E.

December 15, 2010 2:33PM

"I would like to know more about the Sectors and which companies are under each sector. Knowing that when a certain a sector is strong, many other other companies are risng with the ship....but who are they? I see missed opportunities here...Thank you I'm looking forward to the webinar."   - Janice J.

December 15, 2010 2:10PM

"Ken, Am a relatively new trader working on techniques to trade more effectively. Early stops outs, false breakouts, unexpected reversals ...! Anything that can help me avoid some of these pitfalls would be great. Thanks!"   - Roger J.

December 15, 2010 2:04PM

"I have never been able to get a handle on sector analysis. I'm sure it would help my trading if I could understand it. Your webinar will be greatly appreciated."   - Louis I.

December 15, 2010 1:58PM

"Which indicators and time frames do you use? Please show
examples of which stocks you would trade vs the ones you won't. How to manage trades? THANK YOU,KEN!"   - Laura U.

December 15, 2010 1:10PM

"In addition to ADX, what other indicators do you use?"   - Ron M.

December 15, 2010 1:04PM

"I am looking forward to the Sector Mastery Webinar.This should be an enlighting event for myself, as I strugle to put the pieces together,to become a profitable successful trader."   - B.

December 15, 2010 1:02PM

"i would like to to be more accurate at getting in and out of trades within different sectors."   - Urs M.

December 15, 2010 12:53PM

"I really like your webnars, and I don't want miss this one!"   - Ubiratan C.

December 15, 2010 12:53PM

"Looking forward to the webinar. Hoping to learn more about setting stops and letting my winners run."   - Susan J.

December 15, 2010 12:35PM

"Looking foward to being able to control my emotions on regards to trading."   - Scott C.

December 15, 2010 12:22PM

"Ken great topic, I'd like to see how to use ADX with sector
breakouts for tech sector industry stocks"   - Frank Y.

December 15, 2010 12:20PM

"How can I detect early direction of a stock to be profitable ( go in go out )at list not to lose money."   - Sid S.

December 15, 2010 12:14PM

"How can you tell when a sector rotation is about to take place? Or is there really a sector rotation vs. sectors moving up or down without relation to each other?"   - Carolyn D.

December 15, 2010 12:08PM

"I like your approach! Thanks for teaching people around the globe :)"   - Oliver K.

December 15, 2010 12:06PM

"I'm looking forward to this seminar; I hope to improve my options trading."   - Julian R.

December 15, 2010 12:01PM

"Looking forward to another great webinar. Always interested to learn more."   - Martin L.

December 15, 2010 12:03PM

"Thanks Ken. I am Looking forward to exciting insight for Sector Trading."   - Richard P.

December 15, 2010 11:41AM

"I would like to find out how to spot sectors that are not only gaining strength, but how to know that they will continue to hold their strength to give me time to not only enter the trade, but see that trade eventually move into a profit zone."   - Kaaren W.

December 15, 2010 11:19AM

"1. sector rotation. 2. Besides 9 SPDR sectors, what other sectors are you going to cover?"   - Cary C.

December 15, 2010 10:33AM

"Hi. As many breakouts fail, I`m hoping your Sector Mastery webinar will provide information that will give us an edge. You use cups with ADX and Time an Sales for triggers. I don`t have access to Level 2, but have heard Time and Sales is hard to monitor in real time. Would Cumulative Volume Delta serve as a decent alternative ? Kind regards"   - Philip M.

December 15, 2010 9:58AM

"i want to learn how to enter and exit better."   - RC S.

December 15, 2010 7:09AM

"I would like to learn more about the interelationship of sectors index's and stocks, that I could possibly apply to trading in exchanges around the globe."   - Owen H.

December 15, 2010 2:24AM

"I want to learn how to spend as little time as possible preparing a stock watchlist that contains the highest quality of stocks ready to move."   - Tom.

December 15, 2010 12:53AM

"I'd like to take advantage of sector mastery to better trade stocks."   - Candra P.

December 14, 2010 10:29PM

"Looking forward to the webinar - maybe, I'll learn lots of ways to trade profitably"   - Natividad H.

December 14, 2010 10:25PM

"looking forward to hear how this extra method will increase my profitability."   - Joe T.

December 14, 2010 9:50PM

"Ken, I'm looking forward to the Sector Mastery webinar and would like to learn how the ADX and CCI technical indicators can be used to trade early morning gap plays?"   - Terry F.

December 14, 2010 9:16PM

"It looks interesting to know when to trade commodities e.g. Gold/Silver when it is Marriage Season in Asia(India), Oil when it is winter Season in Europe. Which Sector (may be Consumeable) to trade during holidays etc. For me it is very important to discuss about entry/exit levels in volatile markets which is very much present from the last couple of years. It seems, the markets are becoming more dynamics. It would be very important to know how to confront dynamic Markets and remain profitable. Thanks and with best regards."   - Har S.

December 14, 2010 8:03PM

"I'm new at this type of trading and want to learn all I can."   - Jerry C.

December 14, 2010 7:52PM

"Great topic, although I live in Australia, so not sure how applicable this will be to me, but thanks for your willingness to ethically train new traders. Regards"   - Philip S.

December 14, 2010 6:12PM

"I've already heard of this witty concept but my problem is where may I find first the list of the sectors and the stocks in each sector, then how may I detect which sector is ready to make a move and finally which are the LEADING stocks in this particular sector."   - Silvia R.
Reply from Ken: Hi Silvia, right -- the key is being able to use what I call my "fast drill-down" trading setup process to quickly spot early movers, for both intraday and swing entries, in time Before the market slows down at 10:30-11am EST each day. That's one of the main skills that I'll talk about in the webinar... thanks!

December 14, 2010 5:16PM

"Ken, i'd like to learn how to improve my exits"   - Wilfred E.

December 14, 2010 4:48PM

"How can I detect early market direction on major sectors
to be profitable with a high degree of success."   - Peter W.

December 14, 2010 2:50PM

"Have always used sectors to find stocks however something has changed lately. Now I am finding it more difficult. Is there a trading explanation for this? Video review will be helpful. Thank you."   - Phil M.

December 14, 2010 2:21PM


December 14, 2010 2:14PM

"I would like to learn:
1. How to identify sectors for long and short trades
2. How to identify the most promising trades
3. The best indicators and time frame (month, wk, daily) for entering trades"   - Larry B.

December 14, 2010 2:13PM

"i will happy no more about sector trading method
thanks"   - Ola A.

December 14, 2010 2:08PM

"I'm interested to see how you spot the potential sector and the selection of stocks in the sector."   - Kelvin N.

December 14, 2010 2:04PM

"I want to learn the timing of moving from sector to sector to help identify good trading picks. The timing of sector rotation would be helpful in knowing when to enter and exit different sectors."   - Leslie Q.

December 14, 2010 1:05PM

"scaling into cups high and lows"   - Terry B.

December 14, 2010 1:03PM

"Thank you, Ken, for this free webinar. I have attended many of your webinars. You are a great teacher and have so much knowledge. I am glad we we will be getting a video download link! I would like to learn how to spot stocks with a potential momentum move up or down for day trading....I have attended many other of Ken's webinars and they have been fantastic. Thanks!"   - Michele G.

December 14, 2010 12:25PM

"The sectors would act like a battle ship trying to make a turn...large, slow process. Is that how the sectors would act compared to individual stocks?"   - Dennis D.

December 14, 2010 12:14PM

"Find the hot sectors is awesome. I'm all in for the webinar!!"   - Dan

December 14, 2010 11:45AM

"I'd like to find out HOW exactly you determine WHICH sectors are going to outperform during the intraday. I, personally, simply look at the picture in the pre-market. I'd like more insights on this from you. Thanks."   - Karen A.

December 14, 2010 11:17AM

"Ken, I am extremely interested in your 'Sector Mastery Webinar.' I have heard that 80% of a stock's move depends upon its sector's move. So far I have not been able to spot a sector's move EARLY enough and usually end up a 'johnny come lately'. Looking forward to your insight. Thanks."   - George L.

December 14, 2010 10:49AM

"first the sector then the group then the stock,etf"   - Gary W.

December 14, 2010 10:26AM

"After deciding which sector, How do you select the better stock to trade within the sector. Is the most volitile the best?"   - Fred G.

December 14, 2010 10:23AM

"you've put together a very nice website. You been a great help to me since back 2002...a big thank you"   - Jaime.

December 14, 2010 10:20AM

"I believe this a great advanced (topic)!"   - Jorge P.

December 14, 2010 10:03AM

"Would like to see what indicators you are using to determine if a sector is strong or weak and when/what happens during sector rotation."   - Perry A.

December 14, 2010 10:02AM

"where do I find sector charts, and how do I know which stocks go into constructing them ??"   - Tony C.

December 14, 2010 9:05AM

"Interested in applying/using ADX to FOREX and Futures entry and exits."   - George P.

December 14, 2010 9:04AM

"Having attended a previous webinar presented by you, I appreciate the time and care you take in educating about the stock market and the effort you put in to ensure the success of the traders that follow you. I would love to attend your latest webinar. Thanks!"   - Philip P.

December 14, 2010 9:01AM

"look forward to hearing you talk about market direction"   - Joe B.

December 14, 2010 8:59AM

"How to identify the best sectors for trading"   - Wayne B.

December 14, 2010 8:13AM

"How can I anticipate a stock/ETF decline so I can short before the drop?"   - Harv S.

December 14, 2010 8:13AM

"I am, indeed, interested in learning more about sector selection processes and the indicators most appropriately used."   - Carl M.

December 14, 2010 8:11AM

"How can I anticipate a stock/ETF decline so I can short before the drop?"   - Harv S.

December 13, 2010 4:57PM

"I am interested in knowing the specific time to switch sectors if that is possible."   - James M.

December 13, 2010 2:51PM

"This is realatively a different approach, so I am open ta what I can learn about determining, what sectors are doing."   - Ted M.

December 13, 2010 11:17AM

"Am anxious to find out more info as how to determine how sectors start and how the finish and go on to another sector."   - Robert P.

December 13, 2010 2:07AM

"Hi, I would like to understand relationship / dependency between different sectors.  Perhaps, One sector 's change can be an early signal to detect changes on other sectors."   - Tom D.

December 12, 2010 2:38PM

"Can not wait to see the latest on how to find stocks to trade every trading day."   - Chel M.

December 12, 2010 11:32AM

"Finding the next Sector thats about to explode has been a hit or miss for me, mostly a miss.  I need to relearn the correct steps on finding the right sector(s)."   - Graham F.

December 12, 2010 10:35AM

" Input, Input, Input, ....Looking forward to the webinar.  Thank you."   - Howard K.

December 12, 2010 4:53AM

"I'm interested to see how you spot the potential winners as they develop"   - Ron S.

December 12, 2010 1:01AM

"Always wanted to learn how to pick winners in a sector."   - Donald G.

December 11, 2010 10:14PM

"Ken never fails to amaze me with his astute and pithy commentary."   - Carlton B.

December 9, 2010 2:47PM

"How long, or how often do these sectors change ? Is this mainly intermediate or long ter trading ?"   - Robert P.

December 9, 2010 1:32PM

"You always present the most organized webinars, full of useful information! Best trading webinars on the web, imo...Ken is a master at trading, and explaining how to improve your results."   - Barry S.

December 8, 2010 4:43PM

"Your last webinar was great, looking forward to next thursday."  - Len

December 8, 2010 2:16PM

"I am new to swing trading and your swing trading techniques have been of great help to me."   - Phillip B.

December 8, 2010 8:22AM

"I would like to see how to spot these stocks in sectors as they are just breaking out so we can catch the meaty part of the move for both Daytrading and Swingtrades."  - Marc P.

December 7, 2010 7:53PM

"Ken, your seminars are fantastic, always packed with information. Are there links between sectors that provide confirmation or insight from one to another? e.g. does oil affect the transportation sector and in turn affect the retail sector? Or within sectors such as metals; silver following the movements of gold."   - Scott T.

December 7, 2010 4:37PM

"Are you seeing a strong correlation (either positive or negative) between certain sectors and the dollar index (or a gold index)?"  - Steve B.

December 7, 2010 11:48AM

"Although "all boats rise with the tide" I would like to be able to spot those stocks which will rise the fastest and farthest on an intraday basis."   - Bob T.

December 7, 2010 11:20AM

"I need to zero in on best ETF sectors for swing trading.
would like to set up trades at night and place trades just after market opens the next day."   - David C.

December 7, 2010 6:40AM

"Looking forward to this most interesting seminar!"   - Julie

December 7, 2010 6:08AM

"Ken's webinars are always top notch. I would like to see how you spot which sectors are going to be making the best moves ahead of time"   - J.A.

December 6, 2010 12:09AM

"I would like to know how you fine tune and choose the stocks you want to trade when the whole sector is moving in the same direction? Any specific indicators you prefer and time frames for your charts that help your decision."   - Kathleen M.

December 6, 2010 9:47PM

"Education the more you have plus action equals expected results."   - Mark H.

December 6, 2010 7:03PM

"Hi Ken, what are the main sectors you follow both on a swing and intraday basis?"   - Kaine S.

December 6, 2010 2:29PM

"fantastic information, your trading strategy is easy to implement, your training helps me to revise my trading technics and strategies..."   - Michael T.

December 6, 2010 1:55PM

"A great idea to teach sector importance as compared to the general market, something that others give little attention too."   - Louis G.

December 6, 2010 1:12PM

"when to get in and when to get out. how to choose stocks."   - Scott.

December 6, 2010 12:35PM

"How do you choose which stock to trade once you have identified the sector to trade in?"   - Frenchie B.

December 6, 2010 10:44AM

"Ken, very intersted in being able to work options on swing trades and target 25 to 35%, per week on 3 to 4 trades.. what do you think.. tks."   - John A.

December 6, 2010 9:53AM

"I want to learn how to intrepret percent change charts for ETFs sectors to decide on which sector ETFs or sector stocks to buy. Also, what is the best time frame to used for percent change charts to swing trade. Ex. daily, weekly, 4-hour charts."   - Harold H.

December 6, 2010 9:07AM

"Is it more efficient in using limited capital, also more tax advantageous to trade sector index futures instead of sector ETFs ?"   - Georgo T.

December 6, 2010 8:48AM

"I'm really looking forward to this. Everything I've seen from Ken has been first class."   - Harold H.

December 6, 2010 8:43AM

"This will be a great addition to the real estate investing portfolio. Starting the new year making even more profits."   - Anthony P.

December 6, 2010 6:10AM

"How to spot which sectors going to move and which are not"   - Isabel.

December 6, 2010 2:16AM

"I've been researching on this for a long time. Some traders would mention about sectors briefly but never into much detail. I believe that looking at the sector first and if the sector pattern looks good for trading, I would imagine most of the underlyings that comprise that sector would also show the same pattern. I found out also that major sectors have sub-sectors in them also. I wish you could drill down into this."   - Joaquin R.

December 6, 2010 1:09AM

"Once a breakout "sector" has been determined, what conditions would you scan/look for to narrow down the best opportunities in individual stocks?"   - Michaela H.

December 6, 2010 1:15AM

"I want the whole enchilada Ken, "From soup to nuts" as they used to say! Learning makes more sense to me when I look at things from "The Big Picture" first and then "chunk down" into the details. Of course I'm talking about what's meaningful to you..."   - Eliot B.

December 6, 2010 12:38AM

"need to learn when to buy and sell in the australian share market"   - E.L.

December 6, 2010 12:36AM

"What's more important, sector strength or a strong chart pattern?"   - Leonard F.

December 6, 2010 12:14AM

"Iam very new at this, i want to reasure my self with the right decisions making, reading the other posts, they already have the confidence to move on for greater success. i want that also."   - Jaime N.

December 5, 2010 11:44PM

"How should an individual stock be selected - Sector first then the stock OR Stock first then the Sector?"   - Nandini

December 5, 2010 11:11PM

"I would like to learn a few things.. like how the sectors are rated.and how to tell which stock is leading the pack? In that sector... How many stocks in eash sector. And what other simmler sectors might pick up at the same time? Thank You very much Ken Calhoun!!!"   - Jeffrey A.

December 5, 2010 10:55PM

"Continuing education on entrances and exits for swing trading in this challenging market"   - Shirley R.

December 5, 2010 9:49PM

"How much is enough to define a tradeable move in the sector?
At what % of ATR is a threshold?"   - Bret H.

December 5, 2010 9:22PM

"would like to know.....when money is switching do i know beforehand which is going to be the hot sector"   - Neil K.

December 5, 2010 9:21PM

"I'd like to know the best way to follow institutional sector rotation and determine the best stocks to trade as each sector strengthens or weakens. . . ."   - TD.

December 5, 2010 9:11PM

"When you find a winning sector, how can you then determine the best stocks in that sector?"   - Helen G.

December 5, 2010 8:56PM

"Not only interested in the sector/stock information, but also your routine for finding this info."   - Guy D.
Reply from Ken: Hi Guy -- the good thing about learning how to really trade is that it's independent of any specific resource, so you don't become dependent on alerts or websites. For example I'll use the same techniques and strategies for trading sector rotation and relative strength breakouts in $OIX/oil sector stocks using specific chart patterns and trade management tactics. So it doesn't matter what chart software or other resources a trader has, it's all about knowing the patterns and process to use.

December 5, 2010 8:51PM

"Is there a seasonal influence to sector moves?"   - Deb M.

December 5, 2010 7:59PM

"I would like to learn to recognize the difference between a retracement and a correction during swing or position trade and how to recognize when a trend reverses and goes the opposite way. Volume and candlesticks would be very helpful to indicate when to exit the trade when there is a correction..."   - Rajesh B.

December 5, 2010 7:09PM

"Always good to know the leaders, the leading sector, the leading stock. Thanks Ken for showing us the leading path to profit."   - Frank H.

December 5, 2010 7:08PM

"I used to own The Rydex Sector Fund and it did well for me. Understanding Sector Rotation is a good thing and I'd like to know your take on the subject. I just paid for a seminar of yours and learned more regarding ADX."   - Robert B.

December 5, 2010 5:56PM

"You mention long and short entries in your intro but all the attention seems to be on the long side. Will you cover specifically how to trade sectors/stock to the short side? Thanks and looking forward to the webinar."   - Sonny R.
Reply from Ken: Hi Sonny, yes. In fact that's one of the reasons I decided to offer the Sector Mastery training right now, because our markets are testing new resistance... and if they fail to break out, and sell off instead, I want to help make sure traders are well-equipped to short the downturns using sector weakness setups and entry patterns. Good point, thanks.

December 5, 2010 5:56PM

"I need to find the best sectors to trade."   - John R.

December 5, 2010 5:56PM

"Having experienced the old axiom that stocks tend to fall faster than they rise, I'd like to turn the tables and find ways to profit more quickly in an upturn. I am totally committed to achieving success as a trader for my own account, and feel I should consistently be practicing my "craft" and learning new ideas and strategies. Please include me in!"   - Hollis W.

December 5, 2010 5:51PM

"Is it seasonality which discriminates the strong sectors or do you use proprietary indicators and how do you know, which stock in the sector will be the runner?"   - Juergen H.

December 5, 2010 5:49PM

"I am very interested in how you determine which sectors are moving in pre-market...and how to scan for the best stocks in that sector for a good day or swing trade. Any knowledge you would share, will be appreciated."   - Marlene E.

December 5, 2010 5:14PM

"It sounds like this information will expand my understanding of the market. I'm mostly looking for information helpful to a swing trader that often trades options."   - Michael C.

December 5, 2010 4:59PM

"There are a lot of sectors in the market and many are similar in name... Is there a way to select which is better? Why one sector over another?"   - Bryan P.

December 5, 2010 4:55PM

"Sector Mastery is the key to outperformance!"   - Tim P.

December 5, 2010 4:52PM

"Sector rotation from big instiutes, how to spot the trading opportunities. Trade and money management."   - Wen O.

December 5, 2010 4:06PM

"How do you do a top-down approach to selecting the right stocks, or even sector style trading. And how do you monitor them to exit your trades, thanks"   - Leslie Q.

December 5, 2010 3:44PM

"What is meant by "Sector Rotation" and how to identify it?... As a new trader, I am very interested in a "top down" approach to the markets. I believe sector analysis is crucial to that approach."   - Paul S.
Reply from Ken: Paul, Sector Rotation refers to the fact that often time fund managers will shift money from stocks within one specific sector to another (and others follow); for example from internet stocks to retail stocks. When this happens, the sector charts show breakout patterns in the ones being bought. As traders, it's very important that we learn how to capitalize on this. It's useful for us in trading, because rotational fund moves are not instant, eg sector rotation may occur over several days, or during several weeks. That gives us a chance to get onboard these breakouts as they're occurring.

Knowing how to trade using specific "sector rotation" patterns is critical to success, because it shows relative strength (and hence institutional buying, on both intraday and swing timeframes). This helps traders avoid choppy entries, by being more selective about getting in on the strongest stocks within the strongest-moving sectors. The good news is there's no scanner or software or special charts or alerts needed. Just getting trained in spotting rotational patterns (these are also sometimes seasonal as well, depending on the sector -- that's another strategy you'll be learning about). Thanks!

December 5, 2010 3:22PM

"i would like to use sectors in my trading."   - Jeff S.

December 5, 2010 3:21PM

"Looking forward to learning from a great mind!"   - Nana A.

December 5, 2010 2:38PM

"(a) How to measure the sector/industry strength?
(b) How to monitor the rotation from downtrend to breakout?
(c) When to get out the sector?"   - Joseph F.

December 5, 2010 2:37PM

"Would like know what the trigger is when you are watching the sector charts to know it's time for a breakout and it's time to start looking for a stock in that sector."   - Jean J.

December 5, 2010 2:36PM

"How do you determine which stocks or ETF's to daytrade within the first 5-15min of the trading day? Or, do you select them the evening before?"   - Steve P.

December 5, 2010 2:22PM

"Looking forward to learn how to find those top sectors! Learned so much through your DVDs on daytrading and reading the tape. Thanks!"   - Don G.

December 5, 2010 2:07PM

"how do u scale in to a winning trade and then scale out"   - Larry N.

December 5, 2010 2:01PM

"This is the key to winning in the stock market! I am looking forward to another real life webinar from Ken."   - Gajraj

December 5, 2010 1:51PM

"I am new to trading. How can we tell which stocks to trade. Do you go over a list of stocks and check which ones make good moves."   - Sara.

December 5, 2010 1:35PM

"On choosing your breakout ETF's are you considering sector rotation, seasonality, and in doing so are you combining any TA for confirmation or vice-versa ?"   - Celestin C.

December 5, 2010 1:31PM

"Where do I obtain the sector info to scan for results?"   - Mel C.

December 5, 2010 1:17PM

"I am especially concerned with the outlook for gold stocks in the coming year.  Do you cover those?"   - Austin B.

December 5, 2010 1:12PM

"I'm probably the biggest skeptic cause of past experience but watching a couple of you past webinars is making me a believer. I'll like to be part of this webinar and hope to learn more. Thanks"   - Eben M.

December 5, 2010 1:10PM

"I would like to see you go over your ADX tactics for finding a momentum stock."   - Bill S.

December 5, 2010 1:09PM

"Ken, is it possible for sectors to have "fake breakouts" like individual stocks, if we're watching the sector ETF's as proxy for the sectors?  (I would think not.)  And can we trade the same chart patterns on ETF's as in individual stocks?"   - Jimmy B.
Reply from Ken: Hi Jimmy, good question.  And absolutely re false breakouts; that's one primary set of techniques I teach traders, is how to manage trades correctly when there are inevitable false breakouts.

Also a quick note, to clarify for others, this is not about trading ETFs (I cover how to trade ETFs in my course); this is about how to trade strong stocks (not ETFs) within specific "leading breakout" sectors, and how to develop a trading plan using specific entry patterns and strategies using SECTOR charts.  They are quite different (as are the patterns to use, to answer your 2nd question).   Right re if you trade ETFs as I do, they are often correlated with sector charts, however the trading approaches are very unique (no overlap). This new approach in Sector Mastery is completely different, because it's tailor-made to trading stocks using sector charts (not ETFs).

December 5, 2010 1:03PM

"Hi Can thanks for real traders education, I am usualy behind of the sector moves, is any good method to identify the beginning of the sector move? What is the best timeframe to trade sector movement?"   - Jacek C.

December 5, 2010 12:58PM

"I trade options and if I knew the sectors gaining in strength than finding stocks in those sectors to trade would be much easier and profitable."   - Tom B.

December 5, 2010 12:57PM

"Ken, your right! Knowing which sector the big money is moving into is very important in finding stocks that will move up in price. Looking foward to your webinar."   - Perry S.

December 5, 2010 12:25PM

"Do you consider movements in the Forex and CBOE futures markets when forecasting strength and weakness in particular sectors...they seem to be driving ETF behavior, momentum, volatility more than ever."   -P.K.

December 5, 2010 12:38PM

"Why do some stocks go up than others, and entry and exit points."   - Sarvjit M.

December 5, 2010 12:34PM

"Is there a sequential progression for sector rotation and what is it? How long does a typical rotation last? What are sectors symbols that I should monitor?"  - Jeff B.
Reply from Ken: Hi Jeff, outstanding question; well thought out.  You're absolutely right re sequential progressions; in fact there's several patterns traders need to know, including:

- highly correlated sectors (these are not as helpful; one trader asked about these, smart questions)
- sequential sector rotations (these are very useful, for early/emerging sequence breakout patterns)
- lagging vs leading sector rotation patterns (these are very important to know how to trade; for example using ADX breaks on sector charts to forecast upcoming volatility, makes it much easier)
- and more

The key is keeping it simple and actionable enough to be able to routinely, quickly spot strong sector leaders, and sympathy-play moves for gap/breakout stocks within sectors; for example following earnings releases or other sector-moving trades.  I'll cover how that works, plus the easiest way to use these techniques and more, in this upcoming webinar - glad you asked; thanks.

December 5, 2010 12:25PM

"Wish to learn how to identify time to rotate from one sector to another."   - Daniel R.

December 5, 2010 11:50AM

"What co-relations I should look for to know in advance which sector stocks will move with good momentum to create trade plans."   - Anees A.

December 5, 2010 10:29AM

"Hi Ken, I'd always wanted to know about how best to identify the sectors likely to move TODAY. What I'd like to know further is how to identify which stocks to trade in a moving sector."   - Aniruddha A.

December 5, 2010 9:51AM

"How do you know the institutions are buying a certain sector?"   - Bill P.

December 5, 2010 9:08AM

"I would like to learn how to pick the sector most likely to go up, so I can work on picking the the stocks most likely to go up in that sector. This knowledge would cut down my time searching through thousands of different stocks. And possibly help increase my bottom line."   - Ed C.

December 5, 2010 7:18AM

"Hi! More than sector related stocks, would like to just buy the related sector index or ETF. As it could just so happen that the one stock which I choose may not go up or maybe not as fast as the others in the same sector. But with the index or ETF one is safe. Would appreciate if you would explore this angle in your webinar also. Thks/Jack"   - Jack

December 5, 2010 5:49AM

"Which indicators and timesframes are most relevant to judge the conditon of the sector and its likely breakout"   - Karin D.

December 5, 2010 4:15AM

"LIKE to learn mote about how to add to a winning position"   - Dave V.

December 5, 2010 1:21AM

"I would like to learn more about how to pick divergences so that one can be ready for a trend reversal in a particular sector. (Like the turn down in banks recently)"   - Anil

December 5, 2010 12:16AM

"I'm very excited about seeing this Sector Mastery webinar. It's an area in which I have no experience. I'm particularly interested in correlations with the ADX.... Q: why don't the symbols with the "$" sign work on my trading platform? Thanks and best wishes. P.S. Ken, the information i've learned from you has been a tremendous help in my own trading...particularly the small sized entries. Kudos!"   - Helene I.

Reply from Ken: Hi Helene - thanks.  Good point re ADX and yes that's one of the strategies we'll be covering.  Regarding the "$", that's the prefix for indices using's trading platform; if you're using a different one (like tradestation, ninja etc), simply look up indices in the help area/support knowledgebase of the site that your charting software is from, for equivalents.  Search terms like "index symbols".  Look forward to 'seeing' you in this upcoming webinar!

December 5, 2010 12:13AM

"When day trading, which sector do you choose and which stock in that sector do you choose when you are trading options for the maximum profit."   - Don T.

December 4, 2010 11:44PM

"Ken - would like to learn most about how to identify the sectors before they breakout as the initial breakout is where the biggest move happens - how do we capture the sweet spot ?"   - A.S.

December 4, 2010 11:54PM

"Do I need this? My track record says,"You bettya!""   - John S.

December 4, 2010 11:27PM

"Very interested in learning how you enter and exit positions and also your use of risk management"   - Jim W.

December 4, 2010 11:03PM

"... I don't know if you are familiar with the Morningstar style box for mutual funds..., but that's about as close to 'sector analysis' as these 401k funds get.  For those of us with the majority of our wealth tied up in these 401k plans, we need to be able to determine which squares within those style boxes are going to advance vs those that are going to decline.  Any help/advice for figuring that out would be greatly appreciated.

BTW... I find your webinars are usually chocked full of good meaty tips and techniques.  I usually find myself pouring over your videos for hours trying to capture all the rapid fire (and sometimes subtle) techniques that are covered and blend them into my trading strategies.  Thanks for all you do!"   - Jerry M.

Reply from Ken: Hi Jerry, that's interesting; I'll look into those.   Thanks for the kind words, much appreciated; glad to hear that my webinars are helpful.  See you Thursday night!

December 4, 2010 10:41PM

"I am amazed how cups are so effective with FX, will they be part of your strategy?"   - D.F.

December 4, 2010 10:22PM

"How do I select the stock with the most opportunity for advancement in a sector?"   - Kathleen M.

December 4, 2010 9:55PM

"Ken, I am eager to know how you select which sectors are moving, along with market internals, and current market direction. This will be of value in my trading. Thanks..."   - Sheldon B.

December 4, 2010 9:32PM

"Are you using the same bull & bear cup breakout/breakdown guidelines?"   - Dennis D.

Reply from Ken: Hi Dennis, good question - cup breakout triggers are used differently for entering stocks within the strongest 2-3 sectors; these specific differences are important to know, I'll share how they work in the webinar.  For example, I like to enter trades earlier for strong-leading sector stocks; and further out-of-market for lagging sectors; these specific setups are critical to know about.  Thanks!

December 4, 2010 8:48PM

"Previously you have provided an abundance of information on stocks, ETFs, charts, pivots, candles, ADX, entries/exits, etc. etc. However, I've thought what more can Ken provide to further one's education on stock trading and I've thinked you've nailed it with a presentation on sectors.  I think that a seminar on sectors is another way you will show traders how to use another tool within their trading toolbox."   - Larry D.

December 4, 2010 8:21PM

"Just learning and I am approaching trading from the "top down" and understanding sectors and sector rotation is a major part of that in my opinion.  I look forward to the webinar as I have seen others by Ken and like the fact that he is a real trader, not just some body hawking a "system" "   - Paul S..
Reply from Ken: Thanks Paul, glad to hear it.  Right re sector rotation is very important to "get right" since that's how to spot strong breakouts and pivots (note: you didn't include your email in your original post, please re-send your comment w/email address so I can send you the webinar link - thanks!).

December 4, 2010 8:19PM

"I want to learn how to find the best stocks in the best sectors for short term option trading."   - Stan U.

December 4, 2010 7:29PM

"interested to see if you trade the strongest or weakest in rising sector"   - Terry O.

December 4, 2010 7:26PM

"What is a good way to scan for the best trades?"   - D.P.

December 4, 2010 7:25PM

"Would like to learn which sectors are just starting to get hot and find good stocks in that sector to hold for a swing trade."   - Larry W.

December 4, 2010 6:37PM

"Ken, how to find the best stock in the leading sector?"   - Winston H.

December 4, 2010 5:33PM

"Ken, I can't wait. I know the Sector Mastery seminar will be great. How do you scan for these stocks?"   - Bill H.

December 4, 2010 5:28PM

"Where can I go to find out what sector the large funds are putting there money into.  I am new at this.  there sure is a lot to learn, isn't there?  I could write a book about what I don't know.  Thank you for your help. "   - Rosey S.

December 4, 2010 5:26PM

"I want help in seeing which sectors, and, therefore, ETFs are likely to be on a intermediate or longer term trend.  I would use this information to manage my long term "retirement" money more wisely.  Too many day traders forget that this portion of their wealth is more signifcant than what can be earned on the intra-day portion of their trading capital."   - Ted R.

December 4, 2010 4:32PM

"Ken this is great approach. I would like to see how to select which sector will move. Thanks"   - Kojak B.

December 4, 2010 4:48PM

"There are several divisions to sectors: and there are subdivisions in each sector. I want sectors with minimum correlation, and I want to know the best performers in each such sector.."   - Zvika

Reply from Ken: Thanks for the post... you bring up an interesting point, which is that we don't want to have correlated sectors, but instead want to be able to spot the strongest "outliers" that are breaking out the quickest, on strongest institutional buying strength. You'll see the process I use to help determine which 2-3 sectors are the strongest during any given day/week, and how to trade entries & exits based on how it all works.  Good point.  See you in the webinar!

December 4, 2010 4:15PM

"Ken, your outline of the webinar contents is phenomenal! Would like to know if/how you use DPO and Williams %R in your assessment of a trade. Thanks for the promised download so we can learn at a slower pace."   Carl S.

December 4, 2010 3:49PM

"I would if you could please show your preferred set up and exit patterns for shares"   Peter E.

December 4, 2010 3:35PM

"I'm new to trading and am very interested in seeing your methodology for entering and exiting trades as well as risk management. Cheers!"   Chris C.

December 4, 2010 3:32PM

"Hi Ken, I have some expectations on your next webinar. Most of all I wish you to clarify how the various sectors follow each other in time, in relation to each other. I also want you to tell me how the value of the US dollar affects on the different sectors. Moreover, I can also say that your webinars and Steve's are the most interesting and instructive."..   Owe F.

December 4, 2010 3:14PM

"It's about time someone is willing to show us new traders how to do relative strength analysis rather then just talk about it. Looking forward to the webinar." Allan P.

December 4, 2010 3:31PM

"I'd like to know which are the best sector charts to monitor and the best method to compare their performance. Also, how to recognize a meaningful change of trend in a sector. Thanks."  Gary B.
Reply from Ken: I like how you think, Gary -- that's what it's all about, is how to a) spot the very best-performing sectors quickly enough, before they run out of strength (and then make stock trading entry decisions based on what you see), and then b) how to spot a significant trend pivot so you can manage your exits by tightening up your trailing stops.  I'll be showing how all that works in the upcoming webinar... thanks!

December 4, 2010 3:03PM

"Ken it's very generous of you.  I'd like to learn how a veteran trader like yourself pick stocks with great potential for day trading." -  Allan S.

December 4, 2010 2:59PM

" I sit in front of my computer with a charting software package turned on... I hope Sector Mastery will guide me to select a winning stock."  John L.

December 4, 2010 2:56PM

"...learning some of the most popular ETF's in favored sectors. Also want to learn the best time frames to key in on."  Dave D.

December 4, 2010 2:55PM

"Looking forward to the opportunity to see your webinar. It should be great learning as we near the end of the year. "   Ken B.

Reply from Ken: Thanks - it'll be a high-energy, practical event. And right re time of year, since we're at the critical "window dressing" timeframe that's so important for hedge fund/portfolio managers, it's an ideal time to see how to trade sector-based entry and exit strategies (because they have to add to and subtract capital), "balancing portfolios" right now, to look good -- and that's something we can potentially capitalize on, by nabbing entries for day & swing trades during strong sector breakouts.  Thanks for your comment!

December 4, 2010 2:51PM

"Sector Seasonal Trading, i want to learn how to trade sectors and how to evaluate the best stocks in each sector." Gamal S.

December 4, 2010 2:51PM

"Ken, I'd like to learn in pre-market how to quickly identify strong sectors and then drill down to the best high probability stocks to trade. Thank you!"  Edward B.

December 4, 2010 2:50PM

"What sectors are hot and what are not and how to determine them." Ted M.

December 4, 2010 2:26PM

"Cant wait to learn about which sectors to monitor for daytrading.
Hopefully this info will help me to increase my odds."..   David J.

December 4, 2010 2:41PM

"Thanks for the opportunity to see your webinar. Is there sectors that don't move or rarely move enough that I/we could not wait time in checking their stocks ? & how do we scan for these & the really good ones?"..   Don D.

December 4, 2010 2:15PM

"Which sectors are likely to move the most in the next month?"..   Peter W.

December 4, 2010 2:10PM

"More of a day trader but ur info is good"..   Glenn S.

December 4, 2010 2:14PM

"how certain sectors (precious metals and commodities, etc.) whimsically and mysteriously couple and then de-couple from the dollar, whenever they seem to feel like it, so there is little, if any, predictability as to when and where the tunaimi hits land. it seems totally at the mercy of the "big boys" in charge as to whether coupling still exists or no longer exists, and the little boys like myself are doomed to always get "fried", just when they feel they are getting the hang of "it" and "it" is starting to "make sense"..   Tom N.

Reply from Ken: Good points,'re right about there being little or no timed correlation between the dollar and subsequent commodity moves (like oil/gold/silver).  The trick is, being able to drill down into specific sector chart patterns to figure out which ones are most likely to continue moving, based on a handful of easy-to-spot patterns.

Right re "Big traders" move the markets, and as individual traders we've got to manage our entries (and trade size, order routing, sector rotation) in a way that helps us nail the breakouts and avoid the market maker/specialist traps (dark pools, L2 fakeouts, HFT/high-frequency trading algo stops )... I'll go over all that in the webinar... thanks!


Thanks for sending in your comments, traders!   And thanks very much for your kind words. It means a lot to me.

Because running these educational sites by myself means I need to ask for your help to let me know if I'm "on track" with what I'm publishing, so that's why I do surveys a lot and ask for your comments, to find out from you how to make these webinars and trading products meet your needs best. Your comments are very much appreciated. All traders who've sent in comments have were sent a free Access pass to a complimentary Sector Mastery online live preview webinar that was held December 16th 2010, with me personally.

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