The move from in person presentations to webinars was due in part to the expense of bringing in speakers and renting facilities. Additionally, this has allowed us to get more speakers who are not able to take the time to travel to Denver as well as offering trading education to a worldwide audience.
So far, we have 176 live presentations in Audio and/or Video including 40+ Webinars. The live seminars were typically 4 hours, while the webinars are about 1-2 hours long. In addition to the presentations there are many trading articles, techniques and educational references. Before you think that some of the trading systems are "too old" we just had a presentation in March 2017 on "Andrews Lines - Do They Still Work?". Andrews' lines were invented in the early 1900s by Dr. Alan Andrews...and they still work today. There are no "old" trading techniques, only "good" trading techniques.
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This webinar was worth the yearly membership fees...and then some. I really am glad I joined the group. With such quality presenters as Larry, I'm looking forward to the next webinar.
Thanks for the invite and presentation. It was one of the greats arranged by DTG. Thank you. It was a valuable and positive experience and I plan to review the webinar as soon as it is available for DTG subscribers.
I enjoyed the presentation—took me back to my old commodities trading and testing days. I am still working a day job so I often am unable to listen to your presentations, but look forward to watching when I can and also go back in the archives for past issues.
I thought overall it was excellent. The length was good. The audio was very good. The whole presentation was very professional. Well done! I look forward to upcoming webinars.
Please enroll in webinar alerts - today('s webinar) was excellent - Thank you.
Enjoyed the presentation very much and I am going to be looking for ABC formations on every chart! I need to get his book and the poster he mentioned.
Wish I could make it to more of these worthwhile presentations. Am headed to semi-retirement now and may be able to get to more of them as time passes. Keep 'em coming!
Really enjoyed this lecture. I am going to have to watch again.
This was quite interesting. I pulled her book from the shelf (Carolyn Boroden) and added it to my reading stack. I am working on this exact stuff right now. I look forward to the volume profile stuff too.
Interesting and worthwhile.
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