Mark brings twenty-four years of experience to this thought-provoking session, intended for those who aspire to the six to seven figure incomes of the professional trader. Mark will describe his famous, widely published "Cook Cumulative Tick", an overbought-oversold indicator which draws on correlations between the S&P 500, T-Bonds and the S&P 100 Index Options (OEX). He will also detail the important concept of winning versus losing trade percentages and why strict adherence to trading details turns a losing trader into a consistently profitable one. Mark is known for his frankness and will emphasize the intense nature of the business and the tough world of the professional trader.
"Mercury & Lightning" is the forthcoming seventh studio album from American Singer/Songwriter John Mark McMillan, which is currently slated to be released on September 1st, 2017 through Lionhawk Records.
Born into a musical family, multi-talented electric blues guitarist Mark Cook grew up on the road, touring North America with his parents, who billed themselves as the Dale & Vicki Duo. Cook inherited his parents' gift and passion for music, namely the blues, and set out to become a serious musician after settling in Indiana at age 15. Since then, Cook furthered his masterful command of the guitar and also taught himself bass, piano, and production. Over time, he constructed a professional recording studio in his home, where he engineered, produced, and recorded his debut CD, An Evening With the Blues, in 2000. The album won acclaim, particularly from Just Plain Folks, a large music-industry organization, who voted it Best Blues Album of the Year 2001…
Winner of the US Investing Championship for two consecutive years (with 563% and 322% returns), Mark is a Trading Wizard featured in Jack Schwager’s best-selling book Stock Market Wizards. Considered one of the best intra-day traders, Mark created the Cook Cumulative Tick Indicator, which he used in his competition-winning performances. This exclusive video is vital viewing for all traders. Learn about the Trading Wizard’s challenges, development and strategies as he shares his experiences and insights.
Mark–Almond were an English band of the late 1960s and early 1970s, who worked in the territory between rock and jazz. In 1970 Jon Mark and Johnny Almond formed Mark-Almond (also occasionally referred to as The Mark-Almond Band). The melancholy tones of saxophonist Almond were an integral part of the group's sound, and Almond frequently played flute as well, including the bass flute. Characterized by a blend of blues and jazz riffs, latin beats, and a mellow rock aesthetic, and in contrast to the heavier guitar-driven rock of his contemporaries, composer and band leader Mark worked at producing warm and melodic works.
Acoustic blues that will take you back to the crossroads. Follow up to a 4 time winner of the JPFolks "Best Blues Album of the Year" awards. This is Mark Cook's 7th CD release.