FREE Training Today from NinjaTrader | Order Flow & Market Data

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  1. NinjaTrader_Comm

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    FREE Training Events for Wednesday, April 7, 2021

    Order Flow + - Identify Buying & Selling Pressure with NinjaTrader 8 Tool Set

    Today at 10:30 AM ET

    The following topics will be covered during this webinar
    • Plot the underlying order flow to uncover the battle between buyers and sellers.
    • Gain clear insight of market depth & order flow with a historic and real-time visualization of the limit order book.
    • Analyze the tape and visualize significant trade events on a chart.
    • Plot the volume-weighted average price of a market to identify potential buy/sell signals & support/resistance levels.
    • Track buyers and sellers tick by tick & gain a comprehensive view of the trading action as it unfolds.
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    Kinetickā„¢ 101 - Real Time and Historical Market Data for Stocks, Futures & Forex

    Today at 12:00 PM ET

    The following topics will be covered during this webinar
    • Getting started with Kinetick for FREE
    • How to save $364/mo on market data exchanges fees
    • How to access Kinetick's prebuilt data connectin in NinjaTrader
    • How to create and use simultaneous connections to Kinetickā„¢ and your broker
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