New York, NY, June 28, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- John Netto, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of M3 Capital, derivatives brokerage firm that facilitates order flow for hedge funds, CTAs, and professional traders, will join at Derivatives Leaders Forum 2010, "Strategies for Increasing Profits under an Evolving Regulatory Framework" (http://www.DerivativesLeadersForum.com), July 22nd, 2010, New York City.
Mr. Netto is the author of "One Shot - One Kill Trading: Precision Trading through the Use of Technical Analysis" (McGraw-Hill, 2004). Mr. Netto has worked with buy-side firms, sell-side firms, and technology providers on more efficiently combining structure, strategy, and personnel to increase trading profits. Mr. Netto has presented on behalf of The Eurex, The CME Group, The ICE, The ISE, Interactive Brokers, Thomson Reuters, Profit-Loss Forex Conferences, as well as appearing regularly on Forex TV, Fox Business Channel, The Money Show Video Network, and many other media outlets.
Mr. Netto has published numerous articles and lectured on topics ranging from "Dynamically Delta Hedging Your Option Portfolio," "Techniques and Methodologies for Equity Index Spread Trading," to the more qualitative issues as "The 10 Attributes of a Great Trader." Mr. Netto used his nine-year US Marine Corps career and travels to the Far East to learn to speak, read, and write Japanese and Chinese, helping him articulate his vision of trading to an international audience.
Derivatives Leaders Forum 2010 is produced by Golden Networking (http://www.goldennetworking.net), the premier networking community for financial services and real estate business executives, entrepreneurs, investors and diplomats, founded by former McKinsey consultant and Columbia Business School MBA Edgar Perez.
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