May 2017 Webinar w/ Adam Sarhan



Topics Discussed:

  • Big Picture: where we’re at, where we’re heading, and why
    • Indexes: S&P 500, NASDAQ, Dow, Russel
    • The Street: Attitudes from big money managers, VIX precedent
    • Commodities and Currencies
  • Sectors and Industry Groups
    • What’s hot, what’s not, and why
  • Individual Stocks
    • Stocks that have appeared on our Elite Stock Setups
    • Stocks we’ve purchased for the model portfolio
  • Trade Management
  • Advanced Entry Points
  • Risk Management (identifying support levels/where to place our stops)
  • Much, much, more!


Quick heads up, we plan on making webinars like this a regular thing for our subscribers!  Stay tuned!




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