Edge Webinars

Consistently Raising the Bar

Our Edge Webinars Focus on Four Areas

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Trader Principles—
Your core beliefs confirmed by actions

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Core Skills—
Your skill-based foundation

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Trading Structure—
Your operating models and systems

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Trading Performance vs. your Exceptional Performance

Wednesday, February 13th at 1:30 to 2:15 PM (Pacific)

A Simple Process

As sports fans get ready for this year’s Super Bowl, I recall a past Super Bowl where a reporter asked Tom Brady “What do you have to do to win today?” He answered by saying, “We have to do the right plays, at the right time, the right way.”

Isn’t that also what a good trade execution is about?

Well, I believe it is:

First. Know, really know, as much as we can about what is relevant and important to the market(s) we trade and our unique style of performance.

Second. Think holistically in multiple ways by synthesizing different models of thinking such as logic-based thinking, creative thinking, critical thinking, horizontal thinking, and vertical thinking.

Third. Do all that we’re capable of doing with what we currently have using a structure and system to continually raise-the-bar on our performance.

In this webinar, we will give you a model that will help you assess your current status as a trader regarding what you know, how you think and what you do.

 

Takeaway: A model for self-assessing your
current trading know, think and do status.

Wednesday, February 27th at 1:30 to 2:15 PM (Pacific)

Exceptional Performer, Tom Incorvia

Tom, a successful independent trader, began his trading career in 1987 at Lehman Brothers working with institutions and high net worth individuals.
With experience on both the buy and sell-side Tom brings a unique understanding of how market dynamics work. From the sell-side, he has managed equity trading desks and from the buy-side, founded and managed a successful hedge fund growing it to more than $400M AUM.

In 2007, having achieved his objectives in the corporate world, Tom became an independent trader. Experienced in Technical Analysis and Market Profile, he focused his trading on the short to intermediate term inefficiencies in the market.

Recently, Tom has started an equity trading research firm called Blue Tree Strategies, LLC, producing timely, actionable research for both the institutional as well as retail clients.

Today, Tom is what we call an 'exceptional trader' in that he truly transformed himself into a highly successful, independent trader.

 

Takeaway: One trader’s process for finding
his ‘best-fit style and system’ as a trader.

Want to learn more?