– Free E-Book – How to Trade the Futures Markets in the Trump Era
“Donald Trump’s election as the 45th US President came as a surprise to the status quo. It was a largely unanticipated outcome that, because it was given low odds of occurring, ended up having a large and surprising impact on the US markets and in turn, global markets and geopolitics. The impact wasn’t limited to election night, and its effects will be felt for the course of the Trump Administration…” — Scott Hoffman
Harness Unpredictability and Volatility in Your Trading
Written by veteran futures trading professional Scott Hoffman, How to Trade the Futures Markets in the Trump Era offers specific insights into the market climate under the Trump Administration and provides real-world examples along with actionable strategies that you can use in your trading.
This Insightful eBook Covers:
- The key market trends traders can likely expect during a Trump presidency
- How to identify markets that are potentially setup up for large trending moves
- How to anticipate breakout setups and enter a trade without needing to predict which way the market will go
- How to use the Taylor Trading Technique for the periods when markets aren’t making a breakout move
- How Scott puts it all together to create his trade plan each day
Find Out How to Trade the Futures Markets in the Trump Era Now!
About the Author
Scott Hoffman graduated from The University of Chicago with a degree in Economics. In 1986, he began his futures career, working on the floor of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. After a few years, Scott moved upstairs to serve as the personal broker for a former Chairman of the Chicago Board of Trade, where he built a successful full service futures brokerage business.
In 2000, he began to publish his Swing Trader’s Insight advisory, and in 2001 he moved to Daniels Trading, where he currently serves as a broker for both broker-assisted and online traders.
Scott publishes two trading advisories - Swing Trader’s Insight and Trade or Fade. He has given presentations for both the CME and the CBOT, and has frequently been quoted in the Wall Street Journal. He also publishes articles for the Daniels Trading blog.
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