Live Subscriber Webinar January 29th 4:00 - 5:30 p.m. EST
Larry will be covering how to read supply and demand, and how, in combination with his trademark ABCD patterns, you can control risk and maximize profit in today's Algo dominated markets.
Join Larry as he presents his analysis of where we are in the markets, and what he's looking for in the year ahead in 2020.
- Why 3 out of 10 is a passing grade in financial markets.
- The simple math behind all market moves.
- A hidden in plain sight trend change pattern that gives you early entry into the trend.
- How to find and update the key harmonic numbers to trade against in futures, forex, and stocks.
- How to translate 3 go-to patterns into supply and demand and how to use them for entry.
- The continued importance of the Opening Price in 2020.
- How to use Fibonacci numbers to indicate a continuation move.
- How to use the time of day when taking a position and for entry into longer trends.
Larry Pesavento is a pro’s pro. He’s a 45-year veteran day trader, former member of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, and previously managed Drexel-Burnhan-Lambert’s commodity department in Los Angeles. The author of 10 books, Pesavento has trained over 1,000 traders in the past 25 years using the pattern recognition swing trading methodology outlined in his books.
In Fibonacci 24/7, Pesavento delivers each Monday a report that provides detailed commentary on the charts and videos that he provides. Daily, the reader will also receive, via charts or videos, data on the key markets that he is tracking.
- Stock indices, both the US and the German DAX
- US Treasury Bonds and Treasury Notes
- Gold and silver, along with gold and silver stocks and the XAU
- Crude oil, heating oil and gasoline futures
- Special market conditions and commodities such as wheat, corn, beans and cattle
- Foreign-exchange – a favorite market of Pesavento, he follows the major six cross rates versus the US dollar (i.e. the euro, Swiss franc, British pound, Japanese yen, Canadian dollar, and New Zealand dollar)