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Don’t trade alone, join a group of quant traders in a live trading room.

The Trading Room® TradeLAB live sessions conducted online by the RiosQuant team offer a pragmatic, real world perspective of trading the global markets in real time for the active trader. Trading begins at 7:30 am and ends at 10:30 am ET Monday thruFriday.    

Access is simple, here is how to get started with a two week free trial…

Step 1: Click on the following link and register as a guest.
Step 2: You’ll instantly have access to our live trading room, videos, user guides and quantitative rankings covering multiple asset classes including the financials, metals, energies, grains and forex.
Step 3: To access The Trading Room® TradeLAB simply click on the gotowebinar link under The Trading Room. Once you register on the gotowebinar link you will receive daily access links directly from gotowebinar. The link is good for one week, you will need to repeat the process for your second week on the following Monday.  Pre-market analysis and live trading begins Monday thru Friday from 7:30 am to 10:30 am ET.
It’s really that simple!
Pre-market activity and scheduled economic data that may have an impact on the global financial markets:

UPDATED 6:30 am ET
STOCKS – European stock and bond markets steadied on Tuesday before a euro zone leaders summit to discuss the Greek debt crisis while a further fall in Chinese shares reminded investors of other dark clouds on the horizon. US stock futures were little changed ahead of the Wall Street opening bell.
BONDS –   Yields on German debt, which fell on Monday as investors sought the low-risk asset, dropped further. Ten-year yields fell 4.8 basis points to 0.73 percent.
COMMODITIES –  Oil recovered some ground after Monday’s stomach-churning selloff prompted by Greeks’ overwhelming rejection of the terms of a bailout deal and the Chinese stock markets turmoil.
CURRENCIES –  The euro fell 0.3 percent  but held well above Monday’s low of $1.0967. The dollar rose 0.4 percent against a basket of currencies.
ECONOMIC DATA –   Eurogroup Meetings and Euro Summit all day, CAD and USD Trade Balance due at 8:30, JOLTS Job Openings at 10:00 ET.

    – RiosQuant Team

 
 
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