Imagine having a point on the chart where you know your trading idea isn’t
is more intact, and this would even be given to you as an indicator. Sounds too good to be true? Not quite. Especially in trading from the correction, the objective is only the old extreme point in
In this Trading seminar on June 2nd With the help of the new Micro DAX Futures, you will learn to implement trading ideas in such a way that you can maximize your profits. At the same time, the risk is limited at all times. Carsten Umland, trading professional and trader at BORN STAHLBERG & Partner asset management, gives you first exclusive insights into his trading strategy for the DAX – Register now for this live event!
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“What is unusual about this concept is that the entry point into the market takes a back seat
and instead The focus is on the loss limitation stop“, says Carsten Umland.” In the webinar I will underpin the trading concept comprehensively with practical examples. “
Be the first to experience a trading strategy that is described in his new book “Das groe Buch des DAX
Trading “is presented! Register for this exclusive trading webinar here and take part in it on June 2nd from 6 p.m. comfortably from your PC, Mac, smartphone or tablet – free of charge, of course!
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Carsten surrounding area first became known to the public through the TV documentary Daytrader. In the further course he published the book “Simply learn to trade”, which is now in its second edition and is a bestseller on Amazon. As a consultant and dealer for asset management at BORN STAHLBERG & Partner, Carsten Umland is a sought-after speaker and trader at national and international trading events such as the World of Trading.
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