Monday, April 30, 2007

Free Interactive Webinar on Trader Performance

Steven Buss, a member of the NeoTicker forum, has kindly offered to host me for a free two-hour online presentation and discussion of issues related to the enhancement of trading performance. Please make note of the date Sunday, May 6th and the time: 8:00 AM EST; 7:00 AM CST. Yes, it's early in the morning, but this is to make the session accessible for our colleagues in Europe and Asia.

During the Webinar, I will summarize and elaborate basic ideas from my book and also introduce new ideas developed and applied since the book's publication. A unique feature of the session will be a participant Q&A moderated by Steve.

Registration is required; your information will not be used for any commercial purposes. My hope is that the session can help you identify your own strengths and weaknesses, so that you can become more intentional in your own development as a trader. Please note that this is a completely non-commercial presentation; there will be no advertisements, solicitations, or infomercial content.

Here are a few readings relevant to the Webinar topic:

Trader Performance: What Contributes to Profitability

Three Trading Psychology Myths

Resilience and the Courage of Your Convictions

Six Keys to Trading Success

Hope to see you there! Thanks for the interest--

Brett

4 comments:

AnaTrader said...

Brett

One reason why I seldom attend webinars hosted at your end is because of the unearthly hour at my end.

Now that you have given some consideration to us at this polar time zone, it is easier for us in Asia to participate in US webinars.

I have registered without delay and look forward to the topics to be covered from your latest book.

Brett Steenbarger, Ph.D. said...

Hi AnaTrader,

I'm very happy to hear you'll be participating. I agree with you wholeheartedly: any seminar is enriched if there can be global participation--

Brett

aspTrader said...

Financial market globalization means that global trader communities are more interesting.

After thinking about the "best global day and time" to schedule online events, it seemed to me that the optimal time had to be a time when the Pacific Ocean was black. Hence the time 5am Pacific Time.

I've also thought that Sunday is the optimal day for traders of differents styles, timeframes, and interests.

I'd be interested to hear arguments for other day/time combinations for truly "global online meetings".

Brett Steenbarger, Ph.D. said...

Hi Steve (aspTrader),

I want to thank you for helping assemble the session. I'm very much looking forward to it. I especially like the idea of making the session available to traders outside the Americas. Too often, trading education efforts fail to take into account the very real globalization that affects all of us!

Brett