Sam Seiden


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Nationality: American

Articles: 38


Sam brings over 15 years experience of equities and futures trading which began when he was on the floor of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. He has traded equities, futures, interest rate markets, forex, options, and commodities for his personal interests for years and has educated hundreds of traders and investors through seminars and daily advisory services both domestically and internationally. Sam has been involved in the markets since 1991 both on and off the floor of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. He has served as the Director of Technical Research for two trading firms and regularly contributes articles to industry publications. Sam is known for his trading, technical research, and educational guidance.Points of interest:• Chicago Mercantile Exchange Floor• Author of Market Advisory Letters• Fund Manager/CTA• Speaker to Investment Groups, Universities, and Private Seminars• Contributing Author for Stocks, Futures, and Options Magazine, Active Trader Magazine, and Futures Magazine• Trading and Investment Conference Speaker

List of Articles

Trading and Time

In this article we look at a trade taken on XLF which is the ETF for the financial service sector. Demand (support) level suggested this would be a low risk area to buy the XLF - what happened next?

18 Feb, 2008 in Equities and Getting Started

Trading the Morning Gap

One of the lowest risk and highest reward trades each day is typically the opening gap entry. It can be a fantastic opportunity for the astute trader to profit quickly.

28 Apr, 2008 in Equities and Technical Analysis

The Most Popular Entry Strategies in Forex

By far and away the most popular entry strategy for trading Forex is the "breakout". In a market that has significant and consistent movement, using breakouts is very appropriate. As with any strategy, there is a right way to understand and use it.

02 Jun, 2008 in Forex and Technical Analysis

Trading Plan Tips

I can honestly say that I have never met or seen one trader be able to sit down in front of a screen each morning without a trading plan, look at a few charts, start trading, and make money consistently year after year.

01 Sep, 2008 in Getting Started and Psychology

What Traders Can Learn From Women

One fascinating realization I have come across during my years as a private trading coach and instructor is how different female and male traders can approach, analyze and trade the markets.

06 Oct, 2008 in Psychology and Getting Started

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