Presenter:

Alexander, Spore

Subject:

Trading Options Using Auction Market Principles

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Time:

Thursday, July 23, 2020 14:30 MDT » 16:30 EDT

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Detailed Agenda

On July 23rd, Tom Alexander and Allen Spore will present their unique program for trading options using Auction Market Principles.

In this webinar they will cover the following topics:

  • What are Auction Market Principles and what makes them uniquely ideal for options trading
  • The differences between trading options and using options to trade the market
  • The fallacy of the one size fits all strategy approach to trading options
  • Choosing the best stock or index to use and then determining the best option strategy

Speaker’s Bio

About Tom Alexander:
Tom has been a professional trader for over 35 years.

He started his career in the mid '80s as a stockbroker and owned a brokerage firm (futures/commodities) for nine years.

He has Institutional trading experience and has traded large private accounts. He is a partner/trader in a registered hedge fund and manages family accounts.

Tom has been a Student of "Market Profile" and Auction Market Principles for 34 years.

He is the author of two books on Market Profile / Auction Market Trading and has been a Trading Educator for the past 17 years.

About Allen Spore:
Allen has been a full time professional options and futures trader for 15 years.

He has been a student of Action Market Principles and Market Profile since 2009.

He came to trading from a career in Information Technology.

Allen founded and developed a private company providing computer software and processing services.

He earned an MBA, University of California, Berkeley.

Speaker’s Contact Info

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