This is the full course including training documents and MT4 indicators used by professional trading company Smile Global Management to train their traders.
ForexMentor LiveConnect is a trader training service which uses live price action to demonstrate trading concepts and strategies in real time for our members. We don't rely on 'after the fact' training material and examples, or static video tutorials; we take you through the markets, live with full audio and chart displays and show you step by step how to navigate and master price action. We couple this live learning with a unique collection of proven trading strategies that we share with our members. All of these live presentations are then recorded and archived for your convenience.
In this video course, Jarratt Davis and Vic Noble spell out the exact methods and strategies that Jarratt uses to trade successfully while risking very little of his capital. This style of trading has earned Jarratt respect and recognition from his peers. These courses detail the strategies that Jarratt uses to put the odds on his side with every trade. These are the same strategies which have allowed Jarratt to enjoy nice annual returns for the past 2 years. One of the key parts of Jarratt's strategy is the low risk profile of his trades where he never risks more than 1% of his trading account. These small risk levels allow him to enter into trades with the confidence of knowing that any losses will be extremely small, yet the profits will be extremely large by comparison.
This is the eagerly awaited final volume in our historic series of Vaughan Williams’s Symphonies, started about twenty-five years ago by the late Richard Hickox, and recently continued by that other expert in British repertoire, Sir Andrew Davis.
This CD reissue features trumpeter Miles Davis with three different pickup recording groups that are full of fellow all-stars. "Tune-Up," "Miles Ahead," "When Lights Are Low" (which uses slightly different chord changes than its composer Benny Carter originally intended), and "Smooch" find Davis joined by pianist John Lewis (Charles Mingus plays piano on "Smooch"), bassist Percy Heath, and drummer Max Roach. With pianist Horace Silver, bassist Heath, and drummer Art Blakey offering solid accompaniment, Davis introduces "Four" and performs "Old Devil Moon" and "Blue Haze." Finally, with altoist Dave Schildkraut, Silver, Heath, and drummer Kenny Clarke, Miles jams through "I'll Remember April." Although not as essential as the trumpeter's classic Quintet records of 1955-1956, several of the performances (most notably "Tune-Up" and "Four") are quite memorable, and the straight-ahead playing is of consistently high quality.