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Is trading art or a science?

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May 26 13:00 - 14:00 UTC
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This webinar focuses on whether trading is an art of science.

The debate has raged on for a long time, however, with the increasing use of Algos within the markets does that mean that we have finally realised that trading is a science?

By the end of this webinar, you will know:

  • Why has this debate raged for so long?
  • How do we define which parts of trading are art, and which are science?
  • Can we claim to know which one trading truly is?

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The webinar also gives a brief introduction to:

  • The difference between manual traders and black-box algos
  • The importance of keeping records
  • And of knowing your metrics

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Paul Wallace
Paul Wallace

Webinar Host

Paul Wallace is a professional financial trader with more than 27 years’ experience working in competitive, results-driven, performance environments. He runs the trader evolution practice, Tradingbeliefs, which helps traders improve their performance.

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