Lind-Waldock /
Refco Private Client Group

Webinars recorded from
August, 2005 through October, 2005

Futures Spreads:
The What, the Why, the How and the Logic

Aug 23, 2005 12:00 p.m.

With Keith Schap

Learn the basics of spread trading with Keith Schap, author of The Complete Guide to Spread Trading . He outlines why traders use spreads, how they work, and clears up some common misconceptions about them. Keith uses real market examples of typical spreads, and describes how to track and calculate the performance of a spread.

A spread essentially involves buying one contract, and selling another contract. They can be the same instruments, or different ones. Examples of typical spreads include old crop/new-crop corn, E-mini S&P/E-mini Nasdaq, corn/wheat. Find out more in this educational webinar with Keith. View webinar


Commodities are Hot!

September 13, 2005 12:00 p.m.

With Jim Rogers

RefcoPCG is pleased to welcome renowned trader, author and investor Jim Rogers, who gives you his take on the global investment landscape in this must-see event. Jim offers reasons why he is so bullish about commodities, and which particular markets he feels offer the most potential for investors. Back from a summer hiatus in China, he discusses the latest developments affecting this rising power, and why China should be on every investor's radar screen.

He answers questions from webinar participants, including the impact of hurricane Katrina on the U.S. economy, his views on the stock market, the U.S. dollar, Canadian dollar, and more.

Jim is a global traveler who embarked on a 152,000-mile, around-the-world driving tour of 116 countries over a three-year period during at the turn of the millennium. He is the author of "Commodities are Hot: How you Can Invest Profitably in the World's Best Market," "Adventure Capitalist," and "Investment Biker." He co-founded the Quantum Fund with George Soros, and is regarded as one of the world's most savvy investors. View webinar


Building Your Futures CME Trading Strategy

September 28, 2005

With Dan Gramza

In conjunction with Refco Private Client Group and CME, Dan Gramza, President of Gramza Capital Management, leads you through an enlightening discussion of CME E-mini futures. Dan shows you how to trade stock index futures, and why he feels the dynamic CME E-mini markets are such compelling vehicles for traders large and small. If you are just getting started trading futures or need some new techniques on trading CME E-mini markets, this presentation offers you tips, tools and techniques. You'll learn the differences between scalping, day-trading, swing trading and position trading, and which may be right for you. Dan also walks you through some popular technical analysis methods, including candlestick charting and stochastics signals, and why many traders find them useful. Using CME E-mini S&P 500® and CME E-mini NASDAQ-100® futures as examples, he'll describe how these technical tools can be an aid in determining the market's direction and where to enter and exit trades. View webinar


Nuts and Bolts of Refco XPress

September 28, 2005

With Dave Howe

Explore the features and functions of RefcoXpress with RefcoPCG Sales Manager Dave Howe. Dave gave a demo of this dynamic, direct-access trading platform, and explored its benefits for traders. Topics covered include how to obtain quotes, set preferences, place orders, find fills and open positions, check for periodic updates, and more. Some of RefcoXpress' features include: market depth, customizable windows, the ability to trade multiple accounts, ability to place options and spread orders, set up your own personal preferences, free quote streamer, viewing positions and balances, and charting services. View this webinar to optimize your use of RefcoXpress.
View webinar

The Advantages of Refco Global Research

October 4, 2005

With Rich Feltes

Refco Global Research offers industry leading research and cutting-edge analysis designed to inform, empower and deliver. Rich Feltes, Director of Global Research at Refco Global Research, helps you utilize RGR?s resources most effectively. He gives a tour of the RGR Web site, including the nuts and bolts of accessing the service, and how you can find the type of information you are looking for. Popular features include trade recommendations, pre-opening broadcasts, economic calendars, seasonal reports and historical charts. New features include a reference library, key reports on the Web site, more financial broadcasts, and expanded weather coverage. Find out how Refco Global Research can help you become a more-informed trader in this informational webinar. View webinar


Fourth Quarter Equity Industry Outlook

October 5, 2005

With Nick Kalivas

Explore bullish and bearish arguments for the equity market heading into year-end with Nick Kalivas, Vice President of Financial Research and Senior Equity Analyst with Refco Global Research. He'll help you plan your trading strategy in his "Fourth-Quarter Equity Index Outlook" webinar given October 5, 2005. Nick gives his thoughts on which direction he feels the market is heading and discusses the implications of factors including energy prices, Federal Reserve monetary policy actions and hurricane Katrina. Nick also gives his interpretation of various market indicators used to gauge market direction, and offers give some trading ideas you can incorporate into your own strategy. View webinar

Advantages of Metal Futures vs. Metal Stocks

Oct 12, 2005

With Nick Kalivas

The profit outlooks for many metals companies are influenced by fundamental factors which are tradable and realized in the futures market. Gold, silver, aluminum and copper prices influence the metals companies traded in the equity market. So why not just trade metal futures directly? Explore the benefits of trading metal futures with Nick Kalivas, Vice President, Financial Research and Senior Equity Analyst with Refco Global Research. Futures offer a direct exposure to underlying macroeconomic themes, you can go long or short with ease, and company-specific events that affect cash stock prices don't matter when trading futures. There are also potential tax advantages to trading futures. Nick discusses reasons why the underlying commodity price direction may not parallel the share price of metals companies such as Newmont Mining or Alcoa, and why he thinks you should consider trading your thoughts on the direction of metals prices using futures markets instead of equities. View webinar


@ 2006 Dan Speziale