Tuesday, July 21, 2009

PowerPoint Slides From the Chicago Seminar Now Posted!

Thanks to Trevor Harnett of Market Delta for posting the PowerPoint slides from the recent Chicago seminar. He did a great job of organizing the event, and we both had a great time meeting traders and offering some perspectives and tools for active traders.

Trevor and I are looking at the possibility of conducting a webinar event this fall; details will be posted on the blog well in advance. That will make the content available to traders worldwide, as we will archive the session for download as well as conduct the session live.

As always, thanks for the continued interest and support. TraderFeed recently posted its 2500th blog post, and tweets are rapidly approaching 8000. In coming months, I hope to push the envelope further, making the transition from providing information to integrating that information via training. (See this post for more on that topic). Stay tuned!
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6 comments:

J. Prophet said...

How do the conventions in chicago differ from the ones in Las Vegas.
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Brett Steenbarger, Ph.D. said...

Hi J. Prophet,

The Chicago seminar was not a convention; just a free seminar hosted by Trevor and me. The Money Show events are large conferences featuring many speakers and vendors.

Brett

Matt Fahmie said...

Dr.Bret, I would like to thank you again for a wonderful seminar. It was a pleasure meeting you. You are not only a stand up person, but a great speaker as well. Identifying key market themes and assessing risk seeking vs. risk aversion was one of my favorite segments. And to think I was a little nervous coming out to Chicago for the first time. In many respects both in and out of the seminar, it was one of the best days I've had in a long time.
Thank you.

Brett Steenbarger, Ph.D. said...

Thanks, Matt; great meeting you. I look forward to staying in touch--

Brett

eric said...

Hi Doc!

Loved the seminar. It was worth the trip from NY!!

Navid Badizadeh said...

is there audio as well or just the slides?

Thanks