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Perfecting Your Trading Mentorship with Professor Jeff Bierman

Sunday, June 2nd from 8 AM to 4 PM

The Scottsdale Resort at McCormick Ranch, 7700 E McCormick Pkwy. Scottsdale, AZ 85258

Limited Seating Available

Mentorship participants will walk away with a firm understanding of advanced system trading skills. During this 1-Day intensive mentorship Professor Bierman will share:

  • How To Perfect Your Trading System So You Have a Trading System Unique For You
  • How To Compare And Analyze Differences Between A Discretionary And Non-Discrentionary Trading System So You Can Determine Which One Is Right For You
  • How To Develop The Mindset And Discipline Required To Trade Within A System
  • How To Develop Your Own Unique System Tailored To Your Risk Tolerance
  • How To Identify And Evaluate Various Ways To Test Your System
  • How to put it all together and build a portfolio specific to your account size, account type, and trading goals
  • How to set up a workable trading plan that fits your specific situation so you can walk away with the confidence of a life skill

During This Mentorship/Workshop Participants Will Be:

  • Working Side By Side With Professor Bierman To Build Your Own Trading System
  • Bringing In Your Own Trading System And Have Professor Bierman Put It To The Test Right Next You
  • Developing The Principles Of A Good Trading System So You Can Walk Out With A Reliable and Consistent System You Can Start Trading The Next Day

Learn From Professor Jeff Bierman, CMT:

  • How to build a trading system that is right for you!
  • The technical and fundamental tools you need to know so you can create a better trading bias
  • Personalized attention from a 25 year market veteran, former hedge fund manager who has seen lots of market cycles
  • Create a personalized trading plan using technical and fundamental analysis so you have a skill for life
  • The rights tools you can use to minimize your risk so you can thrive in any market environment
  • How to minimize your risk and maximize your returns like never before with specific insights beyond ANY classes available ANYWHERE!

Professor Bierman's Mentorship Outline/Schedule

Fitting Chart Indicators to Your Trading Style

Trading Style Overview

Product Type (Equities/Options/Futures)

Time Frame (Medium/Short/Intraday)

Strategy Type (Momentum/Contrarian/Market Neutral)

Medium-Term Indicator Combinations

Trend Indicator (Linear Regression Trend Line/PSAR)

Volatility Indicator (Linear Regression Channel 100%)

Overbought/Oversold Indicator (RSI Wilder)

Short-Term Indicator Combinations

Trend Indicator (Moving Average)

Momentum Indicator (MACD)

Volatility Indicator (Bollinger Bands)

Overbought/Oversold Indicator (Slow Stochastic)

 

 

Intraday Indicator Combinations

Trend Indicator (Impulse)

Momentum Indicator (Volume Average/Volume Profile)

Volatility Indicator (Average True Range)

Overbought/Oversold Indicator (Fast Stochastic)

Professor's Personal Style, Indicators- Putting it all Together

A detailed look at everything Professor Jeff Bierman personally uses on his day to day charts.

The Professor's Technical Take:

Linear Regression Trend Line (Study/Drawing Tool)

MACD/Stochastics and Jeff’s unique settings

Praise for Professor Bierman's Mentorships

Lance C.

Professor Jeff Biemann,

WOW MAAAANNN!!!!!!
I have really appreciated all your training and expertise. I have learned so much about something I've never really studied in my life. With your help ( and the other leaders there at Theo) , I think I actually might be able to make a go of this.
And I'm writing cause of a session you did about energy investing, specifically solar firms. I can only hope to get a minuscule portion of your knowledge.
Thanks for taking time out of your busy schedule to read this.
Thanks again for all you add to Theo, which is immeasurable.

Lance C

Lynn F.

Hi Professor Bierman,

Just wanted to say thanks for the excellent class yesterday (as always!)  Great job (again, as always!)  Really appreciate your saying to pick a couple and make them your own.

Have some friends who trade and when we discuss what each is doing, it has always amazed me how they are always using the newest and latest "system" only to hear two-three weeks later how they've moved on to another "system" because the one they spoke about a few weeks ago didn't work and was time to move on.

Keep up the great work!

Respectfully,

Lynn F