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Webinar: Strategy Development - The Major Market Participants

Webinar: Strategy Development - The Major Market Participants

John Kicklighter, Chief Strategist

Talking Points:

• Many traders approach the market as if they were directly trading against another speculator

• While there are many different types of traders, the primary are: retail, money managers and central banks

• Depending on market conditions, these different groups can have more or less power and reshape activity

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Chief Strategist John Kicklighter discusses underlying considerations for developing a personal trading strategy. Sometimes technical levels are obeyed as if drawn in stone and other times, the market seems to carry a trend as if there were little mind to favored speculative levels. The markets are not behaving erratically, rather it is often a sign of different market participants taking control of activity. There are three general groups of participants: retail speculator; professional money manager and central banker. These are very different sets with distinctly different influence over price and market conditions. We discuss all three, what type of influence they are often associated with and how to use it to shape our trading strategy in this webinar.

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