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for Active Traders

Jun/Jul 2001 Vol. 5 - Issue 1
ISSN: 1529-7985

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A C T I V E T R A D E R S ========================================================

+ Using Recurrent Structures to Improve Bottom Line - Live Seminar
+ Trading for Income - Archive of Live Seminar
+ New Articles in Tips, Tricks & Techniques:

1-2-3 Profits Explained - Popularized by Ken Roberts
Expectations of Profits - Are Yours Realistic?
For New Traders - Thoughts on Daytrading

+ Daytrading in the News - Choose Your Education Wisely
+ Real-time Signals for S&P E-mini
+ Mind & Money - Changing Personal History
+ Recommended Trading Books - Daytrader's Bookstore
+ Software & Computer Tips - Killing Popup Windows
+ Trading Results 2001 Year-to-date

========= Using Recurrent Structures to Improve
         Your Bottom Line - Presented by Charles Holt, CTA

TONIGHT - July 17th, 2001 -- 7:00 Central

ZAP Futures & would like you to be our guest
as participants in a unique and informative Interactive Online
Futures Seminar "Using Recurrent Structures." Interact with
featured speaker Charles Holt, CTA, well-known trader and systems

Learn to day trade the S&P's and Nasdaq with confidence using this
unique method. How to use this approach with other markets and
time frames to optimize profits will also be discussed.

This interactive audio/visual online seminar will be presented
Tuesday, July 17th 7:00-8:30 pm/cst.
Please note time is Central Standard Time.

Space is limited, so register early and be our guest. To receive
Free seminar access and participate in this unique seminar,
register at

If you cannot participate but would like to receive access to the
seminar archives, register at

After the seminar, you may also view the seminar archives without
registering at  
Take the link to On-line Seminars, then go to Archives.

If you have any questions contact Alan Gaines at ZAP Futures
toll free 800-441-1616.

========= Trading for Income - Presentation by Ralph Russell
Now Archived and Available

Trading for Income, a June 2001 presentation by Ralph Russell is
posted, or with full audio at Zap Futures: Take the link to On-line Seminars, then go to Archives.

========= New in Tips, Tricks & Techniques for Daytraders

General Trading Articles:

Have you heard of Ken Roberts and his 1-2-3 method? Here is a
simple explanation of how this method works (or why it sometimes doesn't).

What are your trading expectations? Do you expect to make a living
off a $5,000 trading account? Here are some insights into what is

Let us assume you are a new trader. You have never traded stocks or
futures. You have never traded anything except your baseball cards
as a kid and that was years ago! ...

Tips, Tricks & Techniques for Daytraders for index of all articles

Details here for reprinting or posting on your website

========= Daytrading in the News - Choose Your Education Wisely

The cards are on the table and All-Tech has lost this round. On June 13, 2001, All-TechDirect Inc. and its Chief Executive, Harvey I. Houtkin, agreed to pay a total of $525,000 in fines to resolve the NASD's allegations.

The NASD felt it was misleading for the firm's print and radio ads to make the claim that "perhaps three in 10" people taught by All-Tech to daytrade would succeed.

All-tech, was a large force in bringing new traders to the markets with the promise that they could "train" one to successfully follow the markets and become a winning daytrader in only a few week's time.

The hunger for get rich quick information is pervasive in our society. It is easier to sell dreams than reality.

Experienced traders will tell you they learn something every single trading session: something about themselves, something about the markets. You don't take a single class and suddenly become a daytrader any more than any other profession can be learned in a week or two.

Seminars are great for generating ideas for further study and learning of other resources to help further your education.

Listening to a speaker in a crowded room, elbowing your way to the front, and perhaps being lucky enough to actually ask a question is reserved for only a few at a busy seminar. When the brief answer leads to another question, which you have no opportunity to ask, this leads to the seminar frustration, and frustrates the learning experience.

The greatest value and benefit of a seminar is in the hand outs you bring home. They can be expensive hand outs.

If you are considering spending a few thousand dollars for a few day's trading, consider instead working for a few months with a private mentor for about the same investment.

Only a select few will have the advantage of our mentoring program. A professional, highly skilled and successful daytrader will become your ally, and guide you toward profitable daytrading in the shortest period of time. Someone to answer your questions, someone to advise you of things they discovered the hard way. Why blaze your own trail when the path has already been worn by those that have gone before?

We can help fine tune your own techniques or teach you ours. We offer an affordable solution - yet, as I mentioned, only a few are willing to do the hard work necessary to be successful as daytraders. Are you willing to work to become a successful daytrader?

Our Mentoring service is very successful, with traders reporting great gains. Our typical client is from one month to one year, with the majority staying for six months. If you believe in yourself and are willing to work hard, we
will work with you to achieve any goals you have set for yourself.

If you'd like to be considered, please see the Daytrader's Mentor site for more information or call us at 360-695-3184. Space is limited as we are working one-on-one.

=========== Real-time Signals, S&P E-mini Futures
         and Nasdaq Futures

The market has changed and so has our trading. We are now trading the S&P with a longer-term outlook (still daytrading), and our signals are much more appropriate for E-mini trading. If you are trading the S&P E-mini, take a trial.

All new free trials to the Real-time Signals have access to both the
S&P 500 and the Nasdaq 100 Signals. You will also receive the Overnight Updates for both markets. Request your trial today. (We require at least 6 months between free trials).

========= Mind & Money - Change Personal History

Do you blame your past for your present? Are there memories you'd just as soon leave behind, or are you interested in creating new memories?

Your brain believes every word you say, and cannot tell the difference between what is real and what is imagined. For this reason it is relatively simply to change events in your own memory and diffuse them, or actually create new
experiences for yourself.

Read "Change Personal History - Mind Games for Daytrading"
and let us know your thoughts.

For help with the psychological and mental aspects of daytrading contact Kathryn Martyn, NLP Practitioner or see the Daytrader's Mentor for more details.

========= Favorite Trading Books: Bookstore for Active Traders

See our review of the best trading books.

Before the gravy train of heavily discounted books ends (read my previous review of the decline of, stock up on all the trading books you can. Books are the single best and least expensive way to learn more about trading and investing.

(Remember, to close the new window that opens when you click a book link, use Ctrl + W)

========== Software & Computer Tips -

Featured Freeware: KillAds (kills Popup ad windows)

Today we're taking a look at one annoying aspect of the Internet which seems to be getting progressively worse: Popup Windows

KillAds - I'm bothered by windows that pop up in my face when I reach a site, or attempt to leave a site. They are nearly 100% useless and I must then click to close them. This utility closes them for you. If you like a sound file can play alerting you to the crashing windows, but frankly it plays so often you'll probably
turn it off.

Kathryn's Computer Tips for Traders

========= Year-to date Trading Results for 2001

S&P 500: Our cumulative net result up to and including July 16th, 2001 on our $30,000 model account is $24,320. This is a 81% year-to-date return.

Nasdaq: Our cumulative net result up to and including July 16th, 2001 on our $15,000 model account is $36,147.50. This is a 240% year-to-date return, trading one and two lot sets of the E-mini Nasdaq!

These results are posted after each trading session in the Overnight
Update and also can be viewed on our Cumulative Net Results page.

========= Disclaimer

It is our sincere desire that our web site and Real-time Signals service is an informative and educational resource for you as a trader. Please be aware that you may trade in front of us, with us, or after us and that it is imperative that you make your own trading decisions based on your specific risk tolerance and
discretionary funds. There is a risk of loss in trading futures.

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