Join Corey’s Wednesday Webinar on Trading Intraday Momentum and Internal Divergences

Feb 22, 2010: 12:45 PM CST

I wanted to invite you to a special webinar event I will be conducting Wednesday, February 24, 2010 just after market close at 4:30 EST / 3:30 CST entitled

Trading Intraday Momentum and Market Internal Divergences,” sponsored by Trader Kingdom and Mirus Futures.

While divergences can produce powerful signals of a likely market turn ahead, most traders do not incorporate divergences into their intraday trading decisions.

Join Corey Rosenbloom for this live online event introducing how you can identify when indicators and market internals highlight weakness in a trending price move.

In addition, learn how these divergences tip the odds to favor a reversal in trend along with how to enter safely to trade these reversals.

Topics to be addressed include:

  • What indicators are best for identifying divergences
  • How to use Market Internals to spot divergences other traders miss
  • The difference between a ‘single swing’ and ‘multi-swing’ divergence
  • How to use divergences to your advantage both to exit a profitable trade and then re-enter at the lowest-risk price
  • The difference in ‘edge’ between employing a conservative or aggressive entry tactic

These tactics are best geared towards intraday index futures and ETF traders such as the @ES, @YM, @NQ or SPY, DIA, QQQQ or leveraged intraday index ETFs.

I hope you will be able to join me for this free, hour-long presentation which will enhance your knowledge of divergences and ‘reversal’ style trading tactics.

Join us this Wednesday, February 24th at 4:30 EST / 3:30 CST – and to register, visit the “Full Information Link” at Trader Kingdom.com.

Corey Rosenbloom, CMT

2 Comments

2 Responses to “Join Corey’s Wednesday Webinar on Trading Intraday Momentum and Internal Divergences”

  1. tom Says:

    Completely missed the seminar. Is there any other way we can watch the webinar somewhere else?

  2. tom Says:

    Completely missed the seminar. Is there any other way we can watch the webinar somewhere else?