New Trading Education Projects and Announcements for Emini AcademyNovember 20, 2011 by Chris Dunn

Today I have a few exciting announcements… After our first stock market investing competition in high school nearly 10 years ago, Chris Henry has become a vital part of the Emini academy education and software development team.  As some of you know, he has taken over as the Director of Education for the Emini Academy.

And now that we have Chris heading up our incredible support team, I will be able to kick off a new project and focus more on my own trading development.  Even though I am being relieved of many day-to-day administrative responsibilities, I think this step will help me focus my efforts on trading and helping our student traders by rolling out these new projects:

  • The first project is a trading journal to track some of my successes, failures, and lessons that I want to share with other traders. You will also see some of my trading strengths and weaknesses, and how both play a role in my execution.
  • Next, we will be opening an advanced trading room for MAP Trading Program graduates.  This room will be reserved for traders who no longer need someone to give them feedback in the live market analysis classes, but still want the daily interaction and supportive environment.
  • We’ve also been studying trading psychology resources in the trading room recently.  And since we know trading is a performance activity and requires more than trading indicators to become consistent, I will be teaming up with some industry leaders to publish more training on top-level performance, trading psychology, and skill development.
The volatility has continued throughout most of the year, which has made for nice intra-day trading opportunities.  And because there is an ever-evolving trading playing field, our team will continue to watch market dynamics and work to constantly improve our trading strategies.

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