This is not for absolute beginners. Sorry but if you are a new trader, the material in this course will be too advanced at this stage…. The good news is that for any other trader, we have something rather special for you! Charlie has put together ALL of his swing trading ideas into a brand new swing trading course (on CD-ROM).
This is perfect for:
- Day traders wanting swing trades to compliment their intra-day trading.
- Swing traders wanting a specific, simple to follow strategy for trading currencies.
But probably more important, this takes 2 minutes a day to do – no intensive screen time!
This is a huge amount of material for all types of traders to enjoy. They will go into the finer detail of each section to ensure you know exactly what they are looking for and how to apply it yourself. Having the strategies is absolutely necessary but it's the smallest detail in the application of them that makes the difference. Here, they will demonstrate over and over exactly how to use not only the strategies, but the correct trade management in order to achieve these goals. Kym & Charlie will pick apart the setups from the strategies listed above. They will go into the intricate details of how to trade each setup including how to correctly trade manage each variance of the setups.
On his Impulse! Records debut, Donald Harrison mixes his usual straight-ahead work with rhythmic elements from tropical climates. Albert Wonsey plays appropriate piano on all tracks, though Harrison employs two different rhythm sections, Christian McBride and Carl Allen for the more conventional tunes and Ruben Rogers and Dion Parson for the others. The others include "Bob Marley," twhich borrows its rhythmic feel from such later Marley songs as "Exodus"; "Little Flowers," which also has a Caribbean lilt; "Septembro," the requisite samba; and "Duck's Groove," the requisite New Orleans second-line number.
During the LP era, Django Reinhardt's discography seemed substantial and pleasantly challenging; along came digital reproduction with the emergence of uncommon or previously undiscovered works, and now there are enough Reinhardt albums to confuse even the experienced connoisseur. Perhaps the best way to experience his legacy is to map his career with chronological precision, as several reissue labels have successfully done. If you just want to get a really nice taste of what this wonderful musician sounded like during his early maturity, Indigo's Swing 47 might just be the album for you. It consists of 24 selections recorded in Paris between April and November 1947 and originally issued on the Blue Star and Vogue labels.
Recorded between 2003 and 2007, United We Swing finds an unparalleled array of musical talent that collectively boasts 94 Grammy Awards joining Jazz at Lincoln Center Managing and Artistic Director Wynton Marsalis (a nine-time Grammy Award winner himself) and his Septet. Together, they perform blues-inflected versions of iconic American repertoire and celebrate the red, white, and Blues.