The New York Traders Expo 2017

Get strategies and indicators you need to be consitent in your trading

Join thousands of your fellow traders for this three-day event that will have a substantial impact on your trading success in today's markets. We're bringing together the country's top trading pros with one goal in mind—to teach you their best trading strategies to help you profit in the months ahead.

This February you'll have the chance to join thousands of your fellow traders in New York City for a three-day event that will have a substantial impact on your success in today's markets. We're bringing together top trading experts from around the world with one goal in mind—to help you make better trading decisions to help you profit in the coming months.

February 26-28, 2017
Marriott Marquis, New York City 

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Join Lawrence G. McMillan and Stan Freifeld of McMillan Analysis for their presentations:

February 27, 2017 at 11:00 am (Sponsored by Trade Station)

Topic: Some Real Talk About Volatility
Lawrence G. McMillan 

You can't trade $VIX (the CBOE's Volatility Index) itself, but there are plenty of ways that you can use volatility derivatives (both futures and options) to hedge your portfolio, to speculate, or to help you predict market direction. In this seminar, we'll look at all of those, and illustrate some extremely important points.

February 27, 2017 at 5:45 pm

Topic: The Current Status of Option Oriented Indicators
Lawrence G. McMillan 

Option data (price and volume) can often be used to structure trading indicators or systems designed to predict the movements of the broad stock market. In this session, Larry McMillan will review the prominent ones (put-call ratios, volatility indices such as VIX, etc.) and bring you up to date on what these indicators are "saying" at the current time.

Feburary 28, 2017 at 4:15pm

Topic: Early Exercise: Strenghten Your Position
Stan Freifeld 

Exchange traded options that are traded in the U.S. are classified as either American style or European style. The latter type can only be exercised at expiration while American style options can be exercised at any time. Consequently, writers of these options can be assigned at any time. Several questions come to mind - when should I early exercise long options, and when should I expect to be assigned on short options? Is being assigned a serious problem? I will discuss the theory and practical applications of early exercise and show some examples of how this information can help you avoid potential trading disasters.


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Event Date: 
February 26, 2017 - 8:00am - February 28, 2017 - 8:00pm
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