THE PROFESSOR SERIES,  Jim Miclot, Ph.D.

“The Blue Books” by J. Peter Steidlmayer and Jim Miclot

Blue Books now available!

Blue Books are sold only as single packets (each packet contains 5 different Blue Books).

Price:

     $250.00
 +  $20.00 tax (Illinois residents)

 

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Proprietary Trading Consultants
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Proprietary Trading Consultants
141 W. Jackson Blvd.
Suite 3805
Chicago, IL 60604
(312) 360-9466

Or call Jim Miclot
1-312-421-8552


Blue Book I   Trading—By Self

  • Why do people have such a hard time trading?

  • Where can one find relevant market data for trading?

  • What’s wrong with the “buy low/sell high” approach? 

  • Why is exiting the most important part of trading?

  • How do you use cash flow instead of prices for trading

 

Blue Book II   Trading Psychology

  • What is meant by market feel?
  • What is the first step to trading success?
  • What are the hardest things for traders to detach from, and how?
  • What is the path to independence in trading?
  • How can aggressiveness be beneficial in trading?


Blue Book III   Fragmentation and Trading

  • What is the nature of market fragmentation?
  • What is the effect of information technology on trading?
  • Why hasn’t market data been more beneficial to traders?
  • How can you be so positive about X-Fund directionality?
  • What attributes of the X-Fund offer a platform for success?


Blue Book IV   Time-Normalization-Platform  (TNP)

  • What are the key ingredients in constructing a TNP platform?
  • What is the difference in TNP usage for trader and investor?
  • What determines success for either type of participant?
  • Can you illustrate by results the way to use TNP for trading?
  • Can a trader use part of this program without embracing it all?

Blue Book V   Inventory Insights

  • How does inventory imbalance put the market ahead of price?
  • Why does the spike between entry prices occur?
  • How do you evaluate inventory trading programs?
  • In working with TNP platforms, what has surprised you the most?
  • Does the inventory approach have additional legs?