Watch our event at The Ned London on 28 November, for a trading masterclass with Tom Hougaard. Tom, an expert trader, formerly of JP Morgan, and the authority on Price Action Trading, will deliver the definitive guide to trading indices, helping attendees spot stock market trends using professional technical analysis techniques.
Enjoy Tom’s presentation in 5* comfort, with free food and drinks for all attendees.
Watch the videos from our event below:
WHAT TO EXPECT: A masterclass for trading enthusiasts; learn the time-tested methods of an industry expert. Follow live trading examples and learn Tom’s process in real-time.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN: To think like a professional trader, to use technical analysis to identify market opportunities, and to avoid the 5 most common mistakes made by aspiring traders.
OUR PRESENTER: Tom Hougaard, the authority on Price Action Trading, and frequent commentator on CNBC, Bloomberg, CNN and more.
Arrival and reception
The Tapestry Room
Developing a successful trader mindset
Tom will identify which mistakes the majority of traders make, and why 75% fail to make a profit.
Technical v Fundamental analysis
Do technical analysts outperform fundamental traders? Tom explains how to use the answer to your advantage.
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The ‘perfect trading set-up’ - does it exist?
Tom identifies time-tested market scenarios, why they occur, and how to trade them.
Tom Hougaard is a professional trader, author and trading coach. He specialises in price action trading and writes extensively on the topic, as well as trading psychology. Although Tom predominately trades stock indices, he has won the annual Danish share trading competition for four consecutive years, using price action and pattern recognition.
Tom studied economics and finance at two universities in the United Kingdom, and then went on to work for JP Morgan Chase, before spending the next 10 years in the City of London as a Chief Market Strategist for a CFD broker. He has given thousands of TV and radio interviews on financial markets, as well as educating tens of thousands of clients on trading strategies.
Since 2009 Tom has traded for himself, and has self-published several works on trading psychology, price action and product knowledge.