Using Volatility for Market Timing & Risk Management

27 March 2019

Duration:

9am – 1pm

Location:

The Lansdowne Club, 9 Fitzmaurice Pl, London W1J 5JD

Delegate Fee:

By Invitation











 

 

“Using Volatility for Market Timing & Risk Management”, hosted by Tradestation, is a morning training course that will demonstrate how to use volatility measures to trade all asset classes whilst managing risk.

Attend “Using Volatility for Market Timing and Risk Management” and learn about:

  • The most effective volatility strategies for timing entry and exit points
  • How to apply volatility indicators such as Bollinger Bands, ATR & VIX
  • Risk management techniques that work for all asset classes
  • Developing & backtesting trading models¬†using momentum and volatility

The course is delivered by Ron William, former technical analyst with Bloomberg and The ECU Group. The event will take place at the Lansdowne Club, London W1 from 9am to 1pm. Registration and refreshments begin at 8.30am.

 

This is an educational workshop designed to demonstrate what TradeStation International believes are the valuable benefits of using a TradeStation platform. No investment or trading advice, recommendation or strategy regarding any security, group of securities, market segment or market is intended or shall be given. The use of any trading system or strategy, including any system or strategy included as a sample in, or that is or was developed using the software and related technology included in the TradeStation Platform, does not and cannot guarantee that you will make profits, increase profits or minimise losses. Past performance, whether actual or indicated by simulated historical tests, is no guarantee of future performance or success. Active trading or trading on margin is generally not appropriate for someone of limited resources, limited investment or trading experience, or low-risk tolerance. Global Markets Media Ltd (trading as The Technical Analyst) and TradeStation International Ltd are independent entities and are not affiliated in any manner.