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Ecwid – Advanced TradeStation Coding

$24.97 $250.00

Ecwid - Advanced TradeStation Coding

$24.97 $250.00

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Ecwid – Advanced TradeStation Coding

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“To be the best, you must learn from the best”

Are You a Trader Who is Looking to

Learn Advanced TradeStation

Programming Skills From One of the

Top Experts in the World?

Dear TradeStation User,

If you want to take full advantage of all the advanced trading tools and features TradeStation offers, and learn this from one of the top experts in the world, this advanced programming course is for you.

Learn From The Best – Your Instructor Stuart Okorofsky

A Note from Larry Connors:

If you are serious about properly testing, programming and automating your strategies in TradeStation, this is your opportunity to learn from the top expert in the world.

A Personal Message From Stuart Okorofsky

“My path to EasyLanguage Programming is quite a circuitous one.

I graduated from SUNY Buffalo in 1974 with a Degree in Computer Science. At that time, PCs did not exist, mainframes took up entire buildings, we used punch cards to write computer programs and there was no Internet.

After graduation I worked for McDonnell Douglas as a programmer. I was unchallenged by the corporate world so I quit and got involved in another profession.

At the time, there were only a handful of TradeStation Programmers so I began writing programs for other people. Before I knew it I had a full time business. I quickly accumulated so many clients that I stopped trading, transitioned out of my other business in order to program TradeStation full time.

Over the past 20 years, I’ve written indicators and strategies for hundreds and hundreds of clients. I still have clients that I code for who that have been with me from the very beginning of my career. Larry Connors is one of them.

My clients run the gamut from private traders to very large hedge fund managers. I have also worked with high profile authors like Tom DeMark, Walter Bressert, and Dave Aronson.”