|Webinar Event Details|
|Event Date:||Wednesday, May 19th, 2010 (Past)|
|Event Time:||3:30 PM CT / 4:30 PM ET|
To be a successful trader, you need to be able to stay in the game.
In this presentation, Craig Turner, Senior Broker and author of Turner’s Take newsletter will go over three of the biggest, most common, and costliest mistakes traders make. Surprising to many traders, these mistakes do not have to do with stops, targets, entries, exits, or having a trading plan. Topics include Trading with Leverage, Hedging Systematic Risk, and Position Management.
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