​Meetup and Live Stream

Artificial Intelligence and Investing

​or call 800-519-9085

​If you register and miss the live event, we will send you access to the recorded video​!

Meetup Moderator

Adrian Muller

​22-year Commodity Principal, Former Stock Option Principal and Cryptocurrency Enthusiast.

22-year Commodity Principal, Former Stock Option Principal and Cryptocurrency Enthusiast.

Walter Gallwas

​One of the original  developers of iSystems and Managing Director of RCM in Chicago

What you'll learn during this live event:

Artificial intelligence is becoming more pervasive across all investment markets. Today we will explore three areas in which computer trading strategies are making a huge impact: stock scanners, futures systems and crypto currencies. Get a strong overview of how AI is implemented with programs developed by professional traders.

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    Artificial intelligence is becoming more pervasive across all investment markets. Today we will explore two areas in which computer trading strategies are making a huge impact: futures systems and cryptocurrencies. Get a strong overview of how AI is implemented with systematic programs developed by professional traders.

    Artificial intelligence is becoming more pervasive across all investment markets. Today we will explore three areas in which computer trading strategies are making a huge impact: stock scanners, futures systems and crypto currencies. Get a strong overview of how AI is implemented with programs developed by professional traders.

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    ​​Futures Systems: the highly regulated instrument for leveraged trading and margin is a natural outlet to realize the potential of algorithmic systems. These often volatile and highly liquid global markets have been around for many years and have been extensively tested by developers. The futures markets also provide a regulated environment to trade Bitcoin on major exchanges (CME, CBOE).  Learn the risks of leverage and margin that are a part of these markets with a web demo by Walter Gallwas, a seasoned and highly accomplished systems platform developer.  

    Futures Systems: the highly regulated instrument for leveraged trading and margin is a natural outlet to realize the potential of algorithmic systems. These often volatile and highly liquid global markets have been around for many years and have been extensively tested by developers. The futures markets also provide a regulated environment to trade Bitcoin on major exchanges (CME, CBOE).  Learn the risks of leverage and margin that are a part of these markets with a web demo by Walter Galwas, a seasoned and highly accomplished systems platform developer.  

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    Bitcoin update: compare the new exchange traded futures instrument to the far-flung Cryptocurrency universe. Is there a way to participate with Bitcoin futures to reduce the risk of mined coins? What are the contract ratios necessary to hedge against extreme price drops based on value?  Can automatic market stops limit the risk (surprise answer:  not necessarily!)? Are there arbitrage opportunities or spread trades to explore for relational discrepancies?  

    Bitcoin update: compare the new exchange traded futures instrument to the far-flung Cryptocurrency universe. Is there a way to participate with Bitcoin futures to reduce the risk of mined coins? What are the contract ratios necessary needed to hedge against extreme price drops based on value?  Can automatic market stops limit the risk (surprise answer:  not necessarily!)? Are there arbitrage opportunities or spread trades to explore for relational discrepancies?  

Meetup and Live Stream TIME AND DATE

January 9

Tuesday

​6:00 to 7:30PM

EST

TIME LEFT

04
DAYS
03
HOURS
36
MIN
21
SEC


​To reserve your spot over the phone call:

​800-519-9085

​Where:

​WeWork Brickell City Centre
78 SW 7th Street
5th Floor
Miami, FL 33130

​OR

​On your computer at home via Live Stream

WeWork Brickell City Centre
78 SW 7th Street
5th Floor
Miami, FL 33130



If you register and miss the live event, we will send you access to the recorded video!

This material is conveyed as a solicitation for entering into a derivatives transaction.    

       
This material has been prepared by Time Leverage Capital Corporation who provides research market commentary and trade recommendations as part of his or her solicitation for accounts and solicitation for trades; however, Time Leverage Capital Corporation does not maintain a research department as defined in CFTC Rule 1.71. Time Leverage Capital Corporation, its principals, brokers and employees may trade in derivatives for their own accounts or for the accounts of others. Due to various factors (such as risk tolerance, margin requirements, trading objectives, short term vs. long term strategies, technical vs. fundamental market analysis, and other factors) such trading may result in the initiation or liquidation of positions that are different from or contrary to the opinions and recommendations contained therein.


Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future performance. The risk of loss in trading futures contracts or commodity options can be substantial, and therefore investors should understand the risks involved in taking leveraged positions and must assume responsibility for the risks associated with such investments and for their results.


You should carefully consider whether such trading is suitable for you in light of your circumstances and financial resources. Time Leverage Capital Corporation is not affiliated with nor does it endorse any trading system, newsletter or other similar service. Time Leverage Capital Corporation does not guarantee or verify any performance claims made by such systems or service.


This material is conveyed as a solicitation for entering into a derivatives transaction.            
This material has been prepared by Time Leverage Capital Corporation who provides research market commentary and trade recommendations as part of his or her solicitation for accounts and solicitation for trades; however, Time Leverage Capital Corporation does not maintain a research department as defined in CFTC Rule 1.71. Time Leverage Capital Corporation, its principals, brokers and employees may trade in derivatives for their own accounts or for the accounts of others. Due to various factors (such as risk tolerance, margin requirements, trading objectives, short term vs. long term strategies, technical vs. fundamental market analysis, and other factors) such trading may result in the initiation or liquidation of positions that are different from or contrary to the opinions and recommendations contained therein.
Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future performance. The risk of loss in trading futures contracts or commodity options can be substantial, and therefore investors should understand the risks involved in taking leveraged positions and must assume responsibility for the risks associated with such investments and for their results.
You should carefully consider whether such trading is suitable for you in light of your circumstances and financial resources. Time Leverage Capital Corporation is not affiliated with nor does it endorse any trading system, newsletter or other similar service. Time Leverage Capital Corporation does not guarantee or verify any performance claims made by such systems or service.