“How HFT bothers other Algos?” – November 3, 2014

Dear Trader,

Here below is a personal invitation for you…

But before I get there, let me ask you a simple question…

Can you leverage Algos to make money in Modern Markets?

Yes you definitely can! And, most importantly, what are you missing in your trading if you are not aware of Algos presence on high-volume Modern Markets?

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When I started learning from my mentors and reading about Algos I had no idea I was embarking onto a discovery that would change the way I would look at the markets forever.

Right, because Modern Markets are completely different animals.

Getting to learn about Algos was the best thing I could do to improve my trading.

It took a few years, and a lot of personal testing and research. When I finally started not only getting it, but also improving on it.
No doubt Algorithmic trading and it’s presence in the Markets made a big impact in the way I look at price.

And it can make a big impact in the way you analyze and trade Modern Markets, too.

I will talk about one of these classes of Algos in my Webinar on FXStreet.com tomorrow and I would like to personally invite you to join.

HFT is not the most important class of Algorithms, in my view because we cannot really exploit it for our success in trading. However we must know what its effect on price and the activity of other more important classes and families of Algos is.

There are classes of Algorithms that are active on all time frames of high-volume markets (forex, futures, equity, bonds and commodities) and understanding how they affect price can help you create an edge and trade like the Elite 5%, the professional traders.

Come to learn more about HFT and the other classes of Algos I leverage in my price analysis and trading tomorrow at FXStreet.com.

When? It is tomorrow: Tue, Nov 04 2014 12:00 GMT

Find the details hereunder:

Title of the Webinar: “Practical considerations on the effects of HFT on price

Summary: “I will provide a brief introduction to HFT (High Frequency Trading) and some definitions. I will then elaborate on 2 major effects of HFT on the markets. First is the effect on price structure and how it changes. I will then touch on the underlying “war” between classes and families of algorithms (not only HFT). I will conclude with the effects of HFT on methods that attempt to frame price structure and show a real market example – during planned news – and what can happen in those cases.”

Register for the free Webinar! Just click here.

In the mean time you can also read more about the “War between Algos” in the following interesting article I have published last year on my blog. It will give offer you a completely different view on the markets and hints that you can do way better than just use Traditional Technical Analysis with all its fallacies:

Let me have your comments on the articles above. Please leave a comment on the blog or send and email by replying to this message.

Note: my work on Algos footprints and HFT has been published in International Federation of Technical Analyst journals and has been discussed in Webinars and live events in Italy and Canada (so far).

I hope you appreciate the content. I firmly and deeply believe that learning to spot Algos trading on price can give you a trading edge that puts you in the Elite 5%, in no time flat.

Why is that? Because by trading Algos footprints you can leverage a very well structured trading process that helps timing and taking trades at those very spot where the majority

Do you want to learn more about it? Consider a spot in my FibStalker Methods Coaching Program. The next session of this 5-months program is starting on December 6th, 2014. If you are interested ask me more information.

Just reply to this email with the words “more info” and I will be happy to come back to you.

I reply to all my emails personally.

Thank you.
Have a great day.

Giuseppe Basile,
~the FibStalker

PS: do no forget to join the webinar tomorrow. Just click here to register. Thank you.

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