John Ehlers is not a brain surgeon. But he is a rocket scientist. John is an engineer by training, specializing in Fields & Waves and Information Theory. Ehlers has now been a private trader for more than 35 years, becoming one of the most respected in the field. He is a regular speaker at major conferences, a Contributing Editor of “Stocks & Commodities” magazine, and has written four books on the science of technical trading. As a purely algorithmic trader, Ehlers’ current preference is to trade index futures. He is presently a featured Advisor and lead trader on www.WorldCupAdvisor.com, where subscribers can sign up to make the same trades John makes in his personal account.
Al Abaroa is the Co-President of Kingsview Asset Management and author of “Options Pro Essentials.” Al began his career on an equity desk in 1993, and now has over two decades of experience in both the equity and alternative space. As a frequent speaker, he has presented on topics ranging from risk management to portfolio design and algorithmic based, investment disciplines. Al has helped both novice and intermediate traders to understand the complexities of options based strategies with his book, “Options Pro Essentials.” Outside of options, he has been able to share his insights into the markets with CNBC, BNN, as well as the Dow Jones Newswires, Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, Reuters, and Bloomberg.
Alan Knuckman is the Founder and Chief Market Strategist for www.BullsEyeOption.com a subscription trading service for his inner circle members. He has over 25 years of market experience that began in the pits of the Chicago Board of Trade as a runner and progressed to a Treasury Bond speculator. Each trading day Alan is the video host of the Morning Market Stir from the CME Group and the Pre Market Pulse on CBOEtv. He is also a frequent financial commentator appearing on television regularly with CNBC, CNN, Bloomberg, and Fox Business Network.
Keith Kline is the CIO at Kavout and has over 25 years of trading experience across a broad range of asset classes. He worked at the Philadelphia Options Exchange, establishing one of the largest global interest rate derivative desks with The Bank of New York, and traded a multi-hundred-million-dollar long/short portfolio at Susquehanna International Group (SIG). He later headed a derivatives trading desk at a commodity hedge fund that was acquired by The Carlyle Group. Keith started the Wall Street Preparatory Academy in 2013.
Aaron Fifield is a developing trader and the host of the Chat With Traders podcast. Each week his interviews with successful traders and financial thought-leaders are listened to by thousands. Aaron dives deep into the world of trading to extract the how-tos from today’s top traders. On the trading front, Aaron is learning how to code and is pursuing algorithmic trading systems.
Jerremy Alexander Newsome is the CEO and co-founder of www.RealLifeTrading.com. He has one of the fastest growing audiences and websites on the internet and attacks the markets with an energy, exuberance, and humor that is truly refreshing. He has been professionally trading the stock market since he was 21 years old. Jerremy specializes in candlesticks, gaps, credit spreads, day and swing trading.
Elliot Katz is an independent trader and trading coach with over 30 years of experience in the stock, options, and futures markets. From 1989 to 1992, he was an instructor for The Options Institute of the CBOE – teaching options to investors and traders in the U.S. and Europe. Throughout the 1990’s and early 2000’s, Elliot had roles in Senior Management at national wirehouses and private banks. He has been advising, trading, and coaching since 2007.
Jason Love is the lead oil trader at the Oil Trading Group (OTG). His greatest passions are day trading and teaching others the most exciting business in the world. Prior to becoming a full-time trader he was involved in real estate, has been a corporate Vice President, and has served in the United States Navy. Jason now works and lives near the Dallas Metro area and has been mentoring, teaching, and moderating a live day trading room for over six years.
Chuck Frank is the Managing Director of www.WorldCupAdvisor.com, an online service that allows subscribers to mirror the live trading of professional futures and forex traders. Chuck has 35 years of experience in the financial industry, as a broker and independent trader in the 30-year U.S. Treasury Bond pit at the Chicago Board of Trade from 1981-2000, and subsequently as Chief Compliance Officer of both a Broker-Dealer and an Introducing Futures Broker. Chuck is editor of “Secrets of the World Cup Advisors” (Marketplace Books) and a contributor to Traders World magazine.
Michael Cook is a full-time trader and two-time winner of the World Cup Championship of Futures Trading®. Holding degrees in International Relations from the London School of Economics and the University of London’s Birkbeck College, he is also a member of the Royal Institute of International Affairs and the International Institute for Strategic Studies. Michael uses options extensively in his www.WorldCupAdvisor.com Convexity program, one of the top programs on the site.
Ron Haydt is the President of MarketTamer.com. Ron has taught thousands of traders from all over the world. He’s passionate about helping other retail traders protect and grow their stock market portfolio through the application of options instruments. Options trading can often sound very complicated and Ron loves to keep it simple, use proper risk management and improve the trader’s overall results.
Ken Goldberg is a Registered Investment Adviser, a member of the Market Technicians Association, and President and Chief Market Strategist at Trading With Waves, Inc. He specializes in educating traders on Elliott Wave and Fibonacci predictive market theories. Over the last 30 years, he has released three video courses on decision support models and has trained more than 800 day-traders and investors. Ken writes a column for thestreet.com, which has appeared on CNBC’s Power Lunch. In 2007 he won the World Cup Championship of CME Group® E-mini Index Trading (third quarter), and Ken is currently a featured Advisor and lead trader on www.WorldCupAdvisor.com, where subscribers can sign up to make the same trades he makes in his personal account.
Larry Williams has been actively trading and writing a newsletter since 1965. He has published dozens of popular books, including 1982’s “How to Prosper in the Coming Good Years,” which accurately forecasted the largest bull market and economic growth surge in American history. Larry is the recipient of numerous awards, and over the past 40 years, he has lectured at premier investment conferences throughout the world. Larry stunned the trading world by running a $10,000 account to $1,147,607 for an astounding 11,376% net return in the 1987 World Cup Championship of Futures Trading®. Today, he is a featured Advisor and lead trader on www.WorldCupAdvisor.com, where subscribers can sign up to make the same trades he makes in his personal account.