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From the Author:
I’m Brian Cullen, Chief Editor and Publisher of The Market Spine and of The Cullen Outlook, my technical trading newsletter devoted to the futures markets. I’m also a Market Analyst, a former “Market Maker” and now a Senior Broker with Daniels Trading, a well-known futures firm based in Chicago.
Having 11 years of following the futures markets, coupled with the complete research and resources of Daniels Trading behind me, I believe I’m uniquely qualified to guide you on your journey to greater opportunities…
…keep on top of risks and avoid over-leveraging your account…
…PLUS help you understand both technical analysis and futures trading like no one else can.
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The Market's Spine E-Book
Give Your Trading the Backbone it Needs to Succeed, The Market’s Spine is a 34-page futures technical analysis guide that details how to read the backbone of recent market activity, explains a handful of indicators that are well known to institutional and fund traders, and more. Expand your futures technical analysis knowledge here.
About the Author
Brian Cullen is a Senior Futures and Options Broker and Market Strategist with Daniels Trading. He is the publisher of The Cullen Outlook newsletter and the author of How To Guide: 10 Rules for Technical Futures Trading and How To Guide: 12+ Candlestick Formations Every Technical Trader Should Know, guides for traders looking to learn or improve their technical trading skills.
Brian’s career began working with equities and equity options at Charles Schwab. Since then he has held various positions within the financial industry, from head clerk on a high volume trading desk on the floor of the CBOE, to being a “market maker” for a proprietary trading firm in the SPX and OEX pits. Brian then branched off to expand his horizons and transitioned into the futures market as a retail broker. He was a Market Strategist for Lind-Waldock’s Private Client Group division, dealing exclusively in the commodity markets.