The First Hour of Trade: How Important Is It?

Monday, April 20 | 4:30 – 5:30 pm ET

Jim Dalton will discuss the important observations we should be recording as the market opens. When is it best to trade the first hour and when do we use the first hour to let the market shake out? Market Profile structure, significant references, identifying our competitors, and various other observations will be discussed to illustrate how Jim develops his trading plan for the pit session.

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Follow Up to Do You See What I See Webinar

Wednesday, April 15 | 4:30 – 5:30 pm ET

Jim will expand on the concepts discussed in the April 6 webinar, Do You See What I See. We know what structural poor highs and lows are but how do we interpret ‘weak’ day timeframe references? How can we use this behavior around references to sharpen our day trading and better monitor the two-way auction process. Join Jim Dalton as he uses current S&P examples to illustrate this powerful day trading observation.

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After the European Close: Ruling Reason

Wednesday, April 29 | 11:30 am – 12:30 pm ET

Jim Dalton often has a ruling reason in formulating his market perspective and trading plan for the session. Jim will explain how he arrives at his assessment and how you can cut through the information overload trap to develop an actionable trading plan.

Jim will review the morning session and discuss his perspective for the afternoon session.


After the European Close: The Mindset of a Professional Trader

May 6, 2015 | 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

How many trades do you place a day? Are you profitable? Are you consistently profitable? What are your criteria for placing a trade? Jim will share over 40 years of trading experience and discuss his methodology, both in terms of analysis and execution, upon which a trading career is built.

There is one consistent theme we hear over and over again: “Jim has taught me that less trading is more productive.” This will be discussed in detail. Coming into this session you should have reviewed your recent trading history.


After the European Close: Gaining an Edge through Nuances

Wednesday, May 13 | 11:30 am – 12:30 pm ET

The Market Profile is a unique charting tool that releases information that is not readily seen in conventional charting. Join Jim Dalton as he shares over 25 years experience trading with the Market Profile and how you can begin to immediately use the less obvious information it uncovers to gain an edge.


Intensive Preparation Webinar Part 1

Wednesday, May 20 | 4:30 – 6:00 pm ET

The Summer Intensive reporting and intraday chat commentary begins Friday, May 1. Jim will describe the objectives of the course and the observations you need to be attuned to for maximum immersion and benefit over the five week period.


Summer Intensive Preparation Part 2

Wednesday, May 27 | 4:30 – 6:00 pm ET

Jim will lay out his trading process and discuss several concepts we will be observing throughout the Intensive starting on Friday, May 1. Inventory conditions, Market Profile structure, our competitors, and many other observations will be discussed.


Do You See What I See

Monday, April 6, 2015 | 4:30 – 5:30 pm ET

If all you are seeing when you trade is price you are at a tremendous disadvantage; no two prices are equal. This webinar is designed specifically for selective day timeframe traders. Using the Market Profile Jim Dalton will focus heavily on dynamic references and how to use them. He will also lay the important groundwork for determining odds and employing patience.

In the last two to three months Jim has taken his understanding of the behavior of his competitors to another level. This webinar will describe how Jim has honed this understanding and the specific observations he is using to leverage this information in his trading.

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