The New York Live Training room is typically run by Scott Barkley. We are focused on finding the structure of the market and not just trying to find a trade. It is in the New York session that we record the pip captures of our traders. These captures are from IC alerts to our subscribers, Live Trades and Session Recaps (a 10 minute video that we record at the end of the NY session) from the last session and encompasses about 22 hours of potential trading opportunities. any updates to the session recap are posted in the Targets app.
REMEMBER: We are TARGET TRADERS - that means many trade opportunities we identify IN SESSION will not happen until AFTER SESSION or in a LATER SESSION. Equally so, what the market looks like now and what it will be in later sessions is unknown!
How to trade the Pole 16:00
New York Live Session Training
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12/01/2020 recording 2 live trades - big profits
11/30/2020 recording 1 live trade
11/24/2020 recording 2 live trades
11/17/2020 recording 2 live trades
11/16/2020 recording 1 live trade
11/12/2020 recording 2 live trades
11/11/2020 recording 1 ( had a poswer outage) recording 2
11/10/2020 recording - 1 trade taken as a loss
11/05/2020 recording 1 live trade with 2 positions
11/03/2020 recording 3 live trades
10/27/2020 recording 2 live trades
10/23/2020 recording Fast Track Open House Q&A
10/22/2020 recording 1 live trade
10/19/2020 recording 1 live trade
10/16/2020 recording Open house AM Q&A
10/15/2020 recording 1 live trade
10/13/2020 recording 1 live trade
10/12/2020 recording Start of Open house 2live trades
09/30/2020 recording - some tech issues
09/10/2020 recording - watch us take two live trades to completion in class
09/03/2020 recording 1 live trade plus good forensics
09/02/2020 recording 2 live trades
08/31/2020 recording 3 live trades and 152 Pips from the Trade of the week
08/25/2020 recording 2 live trades and how to bail
08/19/2020 recording 1 live trade
08/18/2020 recording 1 live trade
08/13/2020 recording 1 live trade
08/10/2020 recording 1 live trade
08/06/2020 recording 2 live trades
05/19/2020 recording Get a great entry or not SAVE start @ 1:38.50 in see graphic below (hit esc to return) for the result
04/04/2019 Watch a live trade edited to only 23 minutes - lots of gems in here and see how we identify a great trade and manage it to target
12.13.2018 Recording on how to qualify a trade opportunity in this session SAVE
How to change the datafeed on your charts 2:42
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