Meet My Favorite Traders in the World
The Rob Booker Traders Conference
Houston, Texas | May 14-15, 2016
May 14-15, 2016


May 14-15, 2016


Houston, Texas
Sheraton North Houston at Houston International Airport

We have room for 400 traders at the conference, and every seat will be taken - so register today:
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Speakers Who are Trading for a Living
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This is the Trading Event of the Year
If you want to go to a sales pitch event, go to a different conference.

If you want to learn from traders who are trading from home, who are making a living from the markets - then this is the conference for you. We don't want to sell to you. We are actually living from our trading - and we put this conference together (with the help from our generous sponsors) because we have been in your shoes, and we care. That sounds crazy. I know. But it's true.

Bring your spouse or your partner - they are welcome, too, and they'll learn why you are so fascinated by the markets, they will learn how you can actually trade the markets for a living, and why it's not gambling ... if you approach this from the right perspective.
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Trading foreign exchange, stocks, options, or futures on margin carries a high level of risk, and may not be suitable for all investors. Before deciding to trade, you should carefully consider your objectives, financial situation, needs and level of experience. Rob Booker provides general advice that does not take into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. The content of this website must not be construed as personal advice. The possibility exists that you could sustain a loss in excess of your deposited funds and therefore, you should not speculate with capital that you cannot afford to lose. You should be aware of all the risks associated with trading on margin.You should seek advice from an independent financial advisor. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future success.