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Business development / JV partners:
If you're a well-known industry figure (MoneyShow traders' expo speaker, well known author in the industry, etc), then we may be able to work together to help build awareness and sales for each other's businesses.

The model I've developed for doing this is described on this site, with what I call "Joint Venture Trading Webinars", in which we do a series of 2 webinars that are co-promoted to both of our lists. If you're interested in this, please contact me, or if you have any alternate methods of promotions, let me know your thoughts; thanks. I do not do banner ads or link exchanges, nor work with anyone other than well established trading industry figures. If you're not a well-known author/speaker but still run a trading related website and are interested in information about our affiliate program, go ahead and contact us using the contact form for information.



Let's Do a Joint-Venture Trading Webinar Together
To Help Traders and Generate New Sales

How many times have you done a webinar with another trading industry colleague, only to get little or no sales response? My new concept, called "JV Trading Webinars™" is designed to help provide maximum value to traders and build solid sales and leads for both of us when working together. It uses an innovative "dual presentation" approach that helps connect with traders more effectively, leading to better potential sales while delivering a more interesting, successful webinar experience for active traders worldwide.

Let me be crystal clear about one thing upfront: My most important value is to actually help traders with genuinely useful content during my webinars (which is why my webinars have continued to grow in popularity, while webinars by others have gotten fewer traders in recent months). If you've seen any of my webinars, you'll know what I mean. So I do not want to work with people who give little or no practical trading "how to" tips who instead waste traders' time with thinly-disguised pitchfest webinars, particularly for overpriced content that doesn't work in real trading.

I want my traders (and yours) to have the very best webinar experience possible. Which is why I'm announcing the start of my "dual-presenter" JV Trading Webinar™ approach, for 2013-2014 and beyond, for active traders.

My webinars are very unique, and I'm interested in finding high-credibility people to do them with. That means industry-published experts like myself (published in Active Trader and Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities magazines), Trader Expo speakers (like my colleague Toni Turner), published authors (like my colleague Steve Nison), CNBC personalities like my trading coach colleague Dr. Doug Hirschhorn who are well regarded by traders, authentic Forex experts like my colleagues Peter Bain, and Kathy Lien & Boris Schlossberg, and others who can make a difference. "Learn from the best" is a key to success.

I honestly believe that if you deliver practical, step by step professional training during your presentations, traders will seek you out for more information, and potentially become good customers, since they can trust you to show them useful techniques. Working relationships are developed over the long term, and trust has to be earned.

How Are They Different from Traditional Single-Presenter Trading Webinars?

Typical trading webinars use the following format:
Introduction, a 50 minute presentation by a single presenter, followed by a 10-minute sales pitch. Which doesn't convert well in this economy. They look like this:
Traders are overexposed to this traditional "pitchfest webinar" format and are converting at lower rates because they are used to seeing the same approach used over and over again. Trader familiarity with this overused webinar format leads to lower sales, because traders are inundated with similar webinars from dozens of different trading educators.

In contrast, the innovative new Dual-Presenter JV Trading Webinar™ format I've pioneered for active traders uses the following successful, potentially high-converting presentation format:


With ever-shorter attention spans, it makes sense to cut the presentation time per person to a more engaging 30 minutes. Additionally, this lets each presenter add occasional comments to each others' presentation (optional), making for more useful and interesting content for the traders who are watching the webinar. It also provides a more teamwork-oriented presentation environment, instead of the one-way "guru talking to the masses" approach that traders are tired of seeing over and over again.

And by presenting together, it presents a more unified trading webinar that can potentially generate better sales response, because each instructor is seen together in one event. It's more engaging and interesting to traders to get tips and strategies (and course offerings) from two presenters, compared to a single, tiring 45+ minute presentation by an individual instructor followed by a predictable end-of-event pitch.

It's time for a paradigm shift — one that's more appealing to traders and trading educators alike. And one that can potentially generate much better overall sales response while putting genuinely helpful trading resources in the hands of active traders, as well.

FAQ: What are the benefits to me?
Answers: In addition to getting exposure to my network of traders who register and/or attend the live event (and watch a video replay link that I may provide, if we both decide to do this), you'll be able to potentially get new sales from the event as well. And with the 2-webinar approach, you can also get new leads to market to that register on your platform.

FAQ: How do you handle leads? Do you send me any lead data directly, or ask for them from me?
Answer: No, I never send out leads or data directly to others, nor do I ask for it from jv webinar partners, because that's not in accordance with my privacy policy. I never share my traders' email/contact information with others (nor ask for it from you). That's why I developed this 2-webinar approach, where we have 2 events, one on my platform and one on your platform, as a 2-event series. So that way they need to register on each of our platforms, which gives us each leads from each other's lists that we can later contact, in accordance with our sites' respective privacy policies. I've found that there's some trading educators who expect to be able to share leads; I do not, since I want to keep my traders' emails private. So instead we do a two-webinar series, alternating on each others' platform, so that each presenter gets new leads.

FAQ: What kinds of lead-generation should I expect, realistically?
Answer: I've found that a few people (especially the internet-marketer type traders) expect to get 500+ leads from any webinar they do. That's not the kinds of numbers my list is able to produce, nor do I have unrealistic expectations from you regarding lead-number production. If we're each able to contribute and get at least 80-300 leads or so, that's fine.

Nowadays, in 2013, I'm finding that fewer people are opting in to webinar registrations (many traders are burned out on webinars), though many like to watch the replay, during which we're both presenting... so it all works out fine. And for that matter, I know many people for whatever reason do not email their entire lists; that's ok with me as well. I just ask that you give things a fair try, to work together and help create a successful webinar experience for each other, and for our traders. I will usually at least have a downloadable (and/or streaming) version of the webinar video available, that we can email our lists with, after the event's over, that I host on my amazon s3 server.

FAQ: What type of webinar platform do I need?
Answer: Since my events usually get at least 250-400 attendees, it's good to have a webinar platform that accomodates that quantity. I use gotowebinar; other good platforms include omnovia and adobe connect. A 100-person limit room is likely not sufficient, since we'll get more than that. I personally have a 1,000 person capacity gotowebinar room.

How it Works:

These are webinars that we both present during, one at a time for 30 minutes each, that are co-marketed to both our entire trading lists, so we have traders from both our lists in attendance during each webinar event. The recommended format is to do two different webinars, spaced from 2-3 weeks apart, that are co-promoted to both of our trading lists via email. If you wish to just start with a single JV Trading Webinar, that's fine too, of course.

A sample title might be, for example "Breakout Trading Tactics with (your name) and Ken Calhoun: 2-Part Webinar Series for Active Traders". And we each send out emails to both our lists to invite them to register on my gotowebinar platform for the first of 2 events, and repeat a week later, to invite both our lists to register on your platform (gotowebinar, omnovia, webex or adobe connect), for the 2nd of two events in the 2-part series.

That way, we each capture leads from each of our respective lists, for followup marketing that we do individually, in addition to whatever we do during each webinar with time-limited offers.

After you and I initially contact each other via email, we can schedule a brief phone call to strategize how this would work for our presentations. The main process looks like the following:

STEP 1: We decide on a main trading topic, date and time to hold our first and second webinars.

STEP 2: We agree on who presents first and who presents second during each of the 2 webinars, as well as what the offers are that we'll make to the traders during the webinar. Typically a time-limited offer that includes bonuses (and/or discounts) at a price point of $97-$697 works best for sales conversions. It's best to not offer high-dollar value (over $1K) products or services during initial webinars, since traders may be new to working with you.

Upsells can occur later after you've acquired a customer at a later price point. It's entirely up to you what you wish to offer, of course, as long as it's one of your products/services you've developed (no affiliate/3rd party offers however, please). And make sure that if you are offering a higher-than-$1,000 priced product, seminar, coaching service or other offering it's an absolutely superb value and actually helps traders (versus enriching affiliates via mlm-style affiliate launch schemes you may have seen elsewhere — I don't do that).

STEP 3: We schedule a series of 2 email blasts that we both agree to send to our trading lists during the week leading up to the actual webinar dates. I can provide email copy that you can modify/adapt if you wish, for the webinar. Traders from both our email lists will register for first webinar using my conference interface. It allows easy screensharing and/or use of powerpoint as needed.

Our second webinar (held 2-3 weeks after the first one) can be held using your meeting software, sending email blasts to both our lists to register on your platform (or we can do both on my gotowebinar interface, it's up to you). Recommended other providers in addition to gotowebinar include omnovia, webex and adobeconnect — those are the 3 most-popular webinar interfaces.

STEP 4: We hold the webinar, in which we each get 30 minutes to present during (typically that should be 25 minutes of content and 5 minutes of sales message/promo at the end).

STEP 5:We each send out an email blast to our lists that includes a) the link to the webinar replay/downloadable video and b) landing pages for the promos that we're each offering. Since the webinar replay/downloadable video has both of our presentations and promo spots in it, it should generate good sales. This is especially important for overseas traders, as Australia/UK/asia customers often cannot make weekday evening webinars due to the time difference.

Revenue-sharing details: I'd recommend that we "keep it simple" for our first JV webinar, in which we make our individual offers to the combined attendees and individually retain full revenue from any sales we get independently. So you get all revenue from sales generated by the event to the traders for whatever you're selling, and I get all revenue from sales generated by the event to the traders from whatever I sell. So for example if you sell 28 units of whatever you sell (trading course, alerts, whatever), you get all the revenue from that, and vice-versa.

Alternatively, if you wish to have mutual commissions for sales that are generated, we can discuss that as well, of course (I typically give 20-25% commissions depending on the specific offer). We can discuss this during our phone call and come to agreement on whatever makes sense for both of us. Whatever revenue-sharing or other arrangement we have will need to be documented via email, to specifically cover what we will be doing.

Typical JV Trading Webinar EMAIL Blast schedule and process:

We get on the phone and/or correspond by email. I usually need to schedule at least several months' out, due to my current schedule is booked for the next several upcoming months. We discuss content, offers, and timing schedule. The goal for this call is to develop a specific plan with dates.

Email blasts for Webinar #1: You and I both email our entire lists and invite them to attend our first of two joint webinars that we'll be co-presenting (note that I will have already opted in to your list with an anonymous 'seed' email to audit/make sure you are emailing out as agreed to, please be sure to email your entire lists). I recommend that we send 3 emails total: Email #1 goes out a week or so before the webinar, and Email #2 is sent the day before the webinar, as a reminder.The last blast, Email #3, is sent to everyone with a) a webinar replay link and b) URL links to both of our sales offers (or lead-capture pages, depending on what you want to do).

What We Present During The Webinar:

#1) Trading Content:
We each do roughly 25 minutes of content, one after another. You can go first, or I can, we can discuss this on our phone call.

#2) Sales Offer/Lead Capture: At the end of each of our content, we'll each do a 5 minute sales presentation for our respective offers, in which you can a) offer something for sale, and/or b) send them to a lead-capture page, where they can enter their email to get access to something (like a free report or video).

Email blasts for Webinar #2: We repeat the process several weeks later, to do a second webinar. The reason for doing a second webinar is that it often takes multiple exposures to generate sales, to build familiarity between us and each others' lists. By having two different webinars, we also have a valid reason to email our lists with followup offers as well.

Idea for Webinars: We can position the first webinar as "Part 1 of a 2-Part Breakout Trading Series, featuring (your name) and Ken Calhoun, together for the first time ever", then offer the second webinar as "Part 2..." so that there's reason for them to attend both events, generating more leads + sales for each of us.

To help build leads for you as well, we can alternate our webinars, using my gotowebinar platform for the first event, and your platform for the second event. And, I'd recommend that as part of your sales presentation for each one, you also direct them to a lead-capture page where they can opt in for your newsletter or other bonus.

What's In It For You:

In addition to saving time, you get to work with me during our Joint-Venture partner webinars in a way that gets you and your company's products and services in front of an ever-increasing audience of traders. Also since I'm widely published and am an expo speaker, the credibility of working with me can help produce additional sales. I do not work with the low-credibility internet marketers who do affiliate product launches for overpriced low-value content (as you know, if you're on my email list).

You get to offer one of your company's reasonably-priced products or services to thousands of traders, and it costs you absolutely nothing. And you don't have to pay me affiliate commissions, either. We just both market to both of our lists, for each other, to cross-promote, during 1 or 2 JV Trading Webinars together — it's easy. All I ask is that you also email the invitation to your list, as I will, so that we get all traders in one event, in which we both present solid trading tips, along with a brief sales offer, to benefit both of our companies, as well as the traders.
Note: I'm very selective about with whom I work in the trading industry; if you're reading this as a result of our email in which I asked you to read this, then you're on the short list of people I respect and would like to work with. By being someone who I'm recommending learning from to my lists, that can help potentially increase sales and new trader customers for you as well. My reputation, which I've taken 12+ hard-working years to develop and earn with thousands of traders who trust me, is on the line whenever I put you in front of my traders, so I expect that you will take care of them if they buy from you.

And by working together on Joint-Venture Webinars, you get the added exposure of followup promotions to my lists that traders will see, thanks to the webinar replay/video download links that I provide to traders. Also I provide the webinar replay download video done on my gotowebinar interface at my expense, hosting the download on my Amazon S3 server, so it downloads quickly and reliably for traders, at no cost whatsoever to you. I make it easy to work with me to help produce successful trading events.

How Joint-Venture Trading Webinars Help Traders:

People's time is valuable — and our traders know and respect that. By providing two 30-minute presentations during a single 60-minute webinar event, we are adding more value to the trading community. Traders are not patient, and mentally (and often literally) "tune out" after hearing 40 minutes or more from a single instructor. By having two of us together, it delivers more value to the traders who are listening, as well as giving them two different offers to choose from.

Variety and teamwork is essential for success, especially in an uncertain, fast-paced world... and while traditional direct marketing response approaches have advocated 'single-offer' approaches, in this economy we're seeing that traders want multiple choices. And they may often end up getting both instructors' offers, or working with both instructors during the months ahead, after the webinar. Having both of us in front of our traders gives traders those choices, and delivers more leads and value to both of our businesses.

Working with credible, respected resources in the trading community during these "JV Trading Webinars" also elevates trader awareness and raises the bar on content delivery. It also provides strong competitive differentiation compared to the marketers who are still doing single-presentation low conversion approaches. Working together on these joint presentation webinars is an innovative new strategy designed to deliver more sales for both of us (and satisfied traders, who are likely to continue buying from us in the future as well).

Delivering Quality & Value for Our Traders — A no-hype promise

Working with credible industry professionals who are published and recognized, with solid reputations, is a hallmark of credible webinars for active trader education. My JV Trading Webinars are designed to help us expand our reach of trusted educational partners to a wide range of traders, and help counter-position us against the low-credibility overpriced internet marketers who are blatantly ripping off traders with $2000-type affiliate launches for their simplistic, non-authentic training (which damages the trading industry and causes traders to be skeptical of all trading educators). Let's work together to team up and do what's right for our traders, and our businesses, by teaming up to provide great training to traders.

Don't sit by helplessly as the savvy internet marketers (who are bad traders/not even real traders) take your customers away by fleecing them with $2000 ripoff launch products and services via floods of hype emails. Instead, let's get in front of traders with solid training at reasonable prices with JV Trading Webinars, which have a much higher likelihood of selling, and of building long-term customers that trust us.
If you share my passion for delivering top-quality, authentic trader training that actually helps traders, at reasonable price points (at a $200-$500 range for introductory products/services during our initial JV Trading Webinars; you can offer other products or services at higher price points for later sales, for more advanced products — which represent solid value to traders), then JV Trading Webinars may be a good fit for us to work together.
Questions? Feel free to contact me (use the support tab or contact me via email or leave a message for me at my office phone voicemail at 888-414-5055).

Success Tips:

What To Include in Your Offer Slide(s):
Be sure to have a specific special offer slide that includes some unique offer (price discount or added bonus) along with a deadline and, preferably, a unique landing page for the offer you'll be presenting to traders. For example you could reference in a slide that you'll present to traders, that includes your offer (click here to see an example I designed).

Bad examples — What to Avoid:
- offering 3 different things at different price points: multiple offers confuse traders since they don't know what to buy
- no specific time limited offer:

Good examples — What To Do for Best Sales:
- unique single offer: it's best to include a unique landing page/link to send them to on your site (

- time-limited offer: there should be a sense of urgency, accompanied by a price discount and/or bonus added

Most importantly, be sure that whatever you offer traders can genuinely help them, and isn't rehashed basics or non-working made up stuff like much of the trading industry hawks to traders. I want to do this right, so that traders come to recognize the value of working together, and I can bring actually good resources in front of traders that they will find valuable over the long term. It disappoints me deeply to see affiliates of internet marketer phony make-believe traders send out lots of emails for overpriced $2,000 type crappy products and services that have no value, and rip traders off.

I want to bring authentic industry experts in front of traders that can actually make a real difference in their personal success as traders. Let's do this right.

As my colleague (and role model) Brian Tracy says, your reputation is a sacred thing and should be guarded carefully. So working together to build a reputation of excellence, teamwork and solid trading "how to" resources in front of traders has been, and will continue to be, a core value for the JV Trading Webinars that I offer our Daytrading University family of active traders. Thanks.

I look forward to working with you for shared success!


Ken Calhoun, President (with Steve Nison)
and dozens of other active trader sites

p.s. Develop and deliver trading products and services that provide both outstanding value as well as content to traders. That's one of the reasons I've earned the trust of so many thousands of traders over the years, while watching competitors drop. I'm in it for the long term. "Add value first" and you earn traders' trust, as it should be.

FAQ: JV (Joint-Venture) Trading Webinars

These FAQs are for potential JV partners who would like to pursue the idea of potentially working with me for JV Trading Webinars. You must be a well-known Trader's Expo speaker or author with high credibility. No-name internet marketers need not apply. I only want the best for my traders.

Question: "Ken, I'm a trading educator, how can I do a JV Trading Webinar with you?"
Answer: I'll be approaching the dozens of professional trading colleagues I already know for first chance at doing these with me, during 1Q -2Q 2013. So I do not have availability in the near future to do one with you, til summer 2013 most likely. Exceptions may be made if you're extremely well-known and respected in the trading industry.

Question: "Ken I've got a $97 forex robot to sell, I think it would be great for your lists, can we work together?"
Answer: No. I won't promote content like that to traders. They deserve better.

Question: "Ken I'm a well known trading industry author (or Traders' Expo speaker, or I represent a major brokerage or institutional trading firm that's listed on the NYSE or NASDAQ) and would like to discuss the possibility of working together, how do I get started?
Answer: Just provide your contact information and brief notes in the "support" tab at top left of the page (or contact me using this support ticket link) and I'll get back to you... thanks for considering working with me.


See what other traders are saying...traders who posted their comments below were given a download video of a "Trading Week Ahead" webinar, plus an mp3 download of "How to Use Trading Webinars" featuring Ken Calhoun.

August 11, 2011 11:24AM

"(I) think you have a good idea; i would like to watch two ideas. for one." - Vince D.

August 9, 2011 3:43AM

"A great way to see two styles/thoughts about what the market might do, and how best to take advantage of what might happen." - Ken B.

August 9, 2011 9:53AM

"I enjoyed your webinar presented with Peter Bain; am still planning to get your course and join." - Francesca I.

August 9, 2011 6:23AM

"It's beneficial to view 2 different styles; a person can pick the one that fits themself the best." - Mike A.

August 9, 2011 5:09AM

"Two different presenters allows each to present their strengths to the audience." - Donald G.

August 8, 2011 8:57PM

"Experienced traders are able to understand different approaches to trading and to complement each other. I love your presentations as they are pertinent and pithy. Assesing different styles of trading can be thought provoking especially when experienced traders are presenting." - Heather P.

August 8, 2011 7:45PM

"Learning from 2 Traders is better than from one because 2 professional ideas can lead new traders to find their style of trading." - Mariusz K.

August 8, 2011 9:01AM

"I like the idea of having more than one presenter during your webinars,as it is bound to open listeners to more than one perspective on the trading experience." - Jen S.

August 8, 2011 8:05AM

"Old webinars are borinf and to long.Short and to the point is better." - Fred

August 8, 2011 7:25AM

"I like the idea of two presenters because you get additional viewpoints, validation and confirmation of presenter key elements." - RT.

August 8, 2011 12:51AM

"With the market turmoil, it is necessary to get professional guidance." - Art P.

August 8, 2011 12:08AM

"I think having 2 presenters is a great idea as you get to see different approaches to managing a trade." - Ve P.

August 7, 2011 11:40PM

"I like the preview concept, the conciseness, and the clarity. I commend you on offering this well thought out concept. Two presenters always add to a topic as they will almost always identify small factors that the other presenter misses.." - Dave P.

August 7, 2011 10:58PM

"Having two presenters, preferably with complimentary views enriches the webinar experience similar to using multiple time frames to trade." - Doug M.

August 7, 2011 10:40PM

"As usual Ken, you have come up with another gread concept, especially in this whacky trading world, I took a nice loss last week due to the crap going on, any help from you is of course always welcome." - Howard L.

August 7, 2011 10:16PM

"Excellent. It is like a summary of all info that we want for our trading." - Prakash

August 7, 2011 9:37PM

"Ken, I always watch your videos. I'm especially encouraged when you highlight something that I saw for myself---as a result of studying with you. Thanks" - Gregory R.

August 7, 2011 9:04PM

"A more dynamic presentation with possible opposing or confirming views." - JP

August 7, 2011 8:55PM

" Its a great idea. I would like to listen a dual presenter webinar." - Srini .V.

August 7, 2011 8:50PM

"Dual Presenter Webinars afford the opportunity to learn contrasting styles of trading as well as the expertise of two professionals rather than one. I find the synergy of two presenters usually exceeds the value of information presented in two separate webinars." - Shaun Z.

August 7, 2011 8:28PM

"Two presenter concept is good when they both going to a similar setup and they complement each other" - Surya R.

August 7, 2011 6:47PM

"To find out how 2 views achieve the same goal (buy or sell)" - Richard C.

August 7, 2011 6:14PM

"I like this idea. I think 2 presenters can be benefical. Sometimes another person can relate the same ideas with a different twist that can help the student have an eye opening just because of the different approach." - Delphine M.

August 7, 2011 6:01PM

"Thanks, Ken, for this opportunity. I like the idea of two professionals making succinct presentations in a shorter time frame. It's easier to stay focused on the material being presented and I agree that long drawn-out sessions should become a thing of the past." - Bob L.

August 7, 2011 6:00PM

"Two presenters will allow a faster paced amd more interactive webinar,and the viewer will learn more.Cheers" - Tony L.

August 7, 2011 5:54PM

"Ken, thank you for helping the "Little Guy", especially in this chaotic market. Your webinars are always outstanding! Your presentation style and the energy you put forth in each webinar is what keeps me coming back. Two presenters providing comments, ideas and opinions, whether mutually supportive or opposing, should prove very interesting and provide your viewers with plenty to think about." - Scott T.

August 7, 2011 5:53PM

"Different traders have different strengths. The best thing about having 2-Presenter Webinars is being able to see different complementary approaches to trading." - Tim H.

August 7, 2011 5:47PM

"The eye gate and ear gate recieving information from two presenters is more effective." - Mike A.

August 7, 2011 5:25PM

"Ken has done it again, I've always learned and prospered as a trader from his work, but hearing from Pete Bain was ...beneficial to me and I am now signed up with "the" forex mentor! The two pronged attack works!" - Matt G.

August 7, 2011 4:51PM

"You get double the information at one time." - Paul H.

August 7, 2011 4:40PM

"Anything that will help me to become profitable at last will be very welcomed" - Brian T.

August 7, 2011 4:26PM

"I learned about and purchased your program through a JV with Steve Nison. I've bought Steve's materials over many years and since it was clear he was willing to JV with you and I know he wouldn't JV with just anyone, it was like a ringing endorsement." - Barb F.

August 7, 2011 3:27PM

"It's a bit 2 more opinions to confirm one's own" - Kin S.

August 7, 2011 3:22PM

"2 opinions are like synergy. better than 1. 1+ 1 = 3 synergy..great. thanks.." - Chandra

August 7, 2011 3:09PM

"I'm still working on my own style of trading so having two experienced presenters as been extremly helpful for my trading growth." - Tony Z.

August 7, 2011 2:50PM

"It's a great trading idea in times of crisis like this" - A.

August 7, 2011 2:48PM

"I think that it is a good idea to have 2 presenters providing they move at the same paceas you do and have the same passion for trading. Some presenters waffle on and by the end of the presentation they have brought nothing new to the webinars they have done in the past. With you it is continuous feeding and the desire to hang in there. Thank you." - Julie M.

August 7, 2011 2:14PM

"Appreciate having solid, easy to understand information for the markets - especially in these turbulent times. Different opinions also make one think more and learn to make clearer decisions for oneself." - Xenia H.

August 7, 2011 2:07PM

"Good idea Ken, other industry expert's - that you have qualified - approaches to making better trades can offer new ways of looking at the market." - Sheldon B.

August 7, 2011 2:01PM

"Sounds like a great idea. Two educators with ideas to help everyday traders make better decisions in their trading." - Jean

August 7, 2011 2:00PM

"Ken always knows who the best traders are and it is great to see him team up with them for seminars" - Dave D.

August 7, 2011 1:41PM

"It speaks to the mindfullness of the presenters.Differing interpretations of a given trade is highly possible and the audience will benefit from the give and take of both parties" - Saliem A.

August 7, 2011 1:34PM

"Your experiences in trading are invaluable to hear and remember!" - Chris B.

August 7, 2011 1:14PM

"Two heads are better than one" it is good to hear different expert ideas, thanks for the educational opportunities." - Rebecca M.

August 7, 2011 1:11PM

"Given time constraints, I do find myself tuning in and out of lengthier webinars. The two, 30 min. webinar format allows for more efficient use of time and the possibility of selecting one or both to attend. Having a subsequent follow-up session allows for review, Q&A, and additional market opportunities." - Mark K.

August 7, 2011 12:49PM

"I like the idea of 2 presenters because it provides the opportunity to learn from 2 great minds and 2 different schools of thought" - Larry G.

August 7, 2011 12:37PM

"these ideas help bring together many of the pieces i use" - Tom M.

August 7, 2011 12:28PM

"I like to hear 2 speakers because it allows us to hear more than one person's insights" - Don B.

August 7, 2011 12:14PM

"I realy like the idea of 2 Presenter webinars. I believe two opinions are better than one." - Richard P.

August 7, 2011 12:02PM

"I liked very much the webinar specialy Ken`s outlook for daytrades." - Luis.

August 6, 2011 1:23PM

"Greater mind theory; Two heads are better than one." - Timothy P.

August 6, 2011 3:02AM

"Great tip to have specific signals that validate a trading entry avaialbe in advance of trades" - T.R.

August 6, 2011 2:58AM

"Another perspective that can be combined with your techniques" - Jeannie G.

August 6, 2011 12:18AM

"Wow. What a great practical and useful informations for live trading. Excellent as always!" - Wen O.

August 6, 2011 1:26AM

"I'm always open to new ideas, look forward to additional nuggets of wisdom." - Henry Y.

August 6, 2011 12:59AM

"Hi Ken, I am looking forward to watch your new format webinars. Your insights are really helpful." - Kate X.

August 6, 2011 12:45AM

"Great idea, I look forward to hearing what you have to say!" - Greg M.

August 6, 2011 12:00AM

" You provide the best trading insights, much better than other persons. I look forward to your latest technical approaches." - Barry S.

August 6, 2011 12:18AM

"Excellent idea: 2 presenters removes all subjectivity and will help tremendously in taking a very well informed position." - Andre O.

August 5, 2011 11:50PM

"Great to have two or more views om how to trade in order to get a better results in trading. Great idea." - Don T.

August 5, 2011 11:45PM

"Two different approaches towards the same goal is a great idea that should help everyone see the "light" much clearer and brighter and quicker too." - Charles T.

August 5, 2011 11:43PM

"I think the concept of 2 presenters "bouncing comments off each other" is a great way to to some normally unanswered questions." - Alex C.

August 5, 2011 10:59PM

"Great idea, again, Ken. As important as having 2 different points of view or styles in one webinar is, I think the best part is having someone I trust, like you, vetting other traders and/or systems and deciding that they are worth my time and attention." - Doug T.

August 5, 2011 10:37PM

"The idea is intrigueing. If the two presenters mesh well in topic and presentation style, it could work. Would 30 minutes per session be sufficient for each presenter to provide good training content? Certainly worth a try." - Jen L.

August 5, 2011 10:33PM

"2-presenter webinars, double expertise and encouragement for making good trades, thanks." - Jim G.

August 5, 2011 10:19PM

"Two presenter approach allows one person to present while the other answers questions in real time rather than waiting until you forget your question" - Leon P.

August 5, 2011 10:08PM

"Great idea Ken--Practical trading information from two trading professionals during one webinar." - John L.

August 5, 2011 9:39PM

"Will be interesting to hear complimenting techniques to manage trade." - R.S.

August 5, 2011 9:26PM

"JV, an excellent idea, win win situation for both students and mentors." - AA.

August 5, 2011 9:22PM

"I am interested in learning to trade the market." - H.S.

August 5, 2011 9:21PM

"I think that this concept is revolutionary as it demonstrates
coherence and unity among different traders." - Larry G.

August 5, 2011 8:48PM

"As they say, two heads are better than one." - Frank C.

August 5, 2011 8:17PM

"2 presenters would complement each other and hopefully enhance the learning experience." - Tom

August 5, 2011 7:42PM

"I learn something new each time you present a webinar looking forward to this one, too." - Jerome B.

August 5, 2011 7:37PM

"It's a excellent ways to learn how trade the live market with confident. I like the Best about watching the market with two experts view. It's pratical and very useful, Wow, Thank you!" - Wen Y.

August 5, 2011 6:55PM

"With both persons there it is at time a off hand remark that will conect the dots on the idea or how it pertains to me" - Jean R.

August 5, 2011 6:32PM

"As a fledgling trader, I certainly appreciate a tutor...Looking forward to pickup some great tips." - Jesse M.

August 5, 2011 6:21PM

"I like the idea, but also keen to cut down on the countless invites and webinars, training, web sesions etc etc. I am keen to cut down to one or two good ones and ignore the rest. more trading... less reading... :)" - RK

August 5, 2011 6:02PM

"The idea of 2 presenters helps to provide different perspectives and fill in gaps within the subject matter" - Tom S.

August 5, 2011 5:47PM

"I'm tired of watching mediocre 60 minute Webinars where the last 20 minutes is spent marketing their expensive products" - DC
Reply from Ken: Hi "DC", I agree 100% — that's why I invented the dual-presenter JV Trading Webinar format, and am insisting that anyone presenting with me offer valuable content, and if they do offer something for sale, it's got to be reasonably priced (no $2k-type overpriced stuff, ever). Main goal is to provide valuable, actionable tips that traders can use during the webinars.

August 5, 2011 5:37PM

"It's good to get two different views of the market." - Paul K.

August 5, 2011 5:30PM

"The more knowledge the better. Two perceptions on how to reach the goal of profitable trading can only expand my thinking." - Edward W.

August 5, 2011 5:17PM

"With the 2-presenter webinar, I discover presenters I haven't heard from before and I can give them special consideration since they are part of a Ken Calhoun presentation." - Keith R.

August 5, 2011 5:13PM

"More likely something will be relevant to my trading strategy with 2 presenters talking." - Karen S.

August 5, 2011 5:05PM

"The reason I like the idea is because I get two different methodologies as to what constitutes a good trade or a bad one. I think the more ways a trade can be explained and the reasons behind it, the greater likely hood that I will be able to understand it." - Timothy C.

August 5, 2011 4:58PM

"Ken we need your honest help, dont give up on us!" - Tere F.

August 5, 2011 4:34PM

"Receiving sound trading information to grow on in stereo, WOW!" - Edward B.

August 5, 2011 4:27PM

"Ken, (it's a) great idea joining two experts!" - James H.

August 5, 2011 4:23PM

"The most valuable advanteges of this concept are - very likely dynamic pace and rich content due to various concepts, that 2 professionals promote and represent, as well as possible challenge to each other opinion of current market outlook and advised strategies." - Primoz

August 5, 2011 4:22PM

"Like the idea because we get to learn from 2 people, who can view the same thing from 2 different perspectives." - Venkata

August 5, 2011 4:17PM

"Dual presenter seminars is a great way, to show the knowlage and views of trading, and it reinforces the info that is retained." - Louis G.

August 5, 2011 4:04PM

"It would enhance interactivity as one presenter can comment and elaborate one some aspects that the other presenter has gone through. It will also provide the different perspectives of the 2 presenters." - Basil S.

August 5, 2011 3:44PM

"I think two presenters with their own unique insights and expertise can produce a synergy that will really benefit the audience." - Jose C.

August 5, 2011 3:13PM

" In this environment I can use all the help I can get. Your plans is a great idea for me to jump on board with. Regards" - Noel D.

August 5, 2011 2:49PM

"Two commentators with divergent/convergent views always stimulates
confidence." - J.R.

August 5, 2011 2:46PM

"Two presenter formats provide different insites to the same concept being discussed" - T.M.

August 5, 2011 2:24PM

"I like the idea of 2 presenters because it will give me the opportunity to learn from 2 great minds and 2 different schools of thought." - Bryant

August 5, 2011 2:13PM

"Putting two pros together is great. I especially liked your co-hosted DVD's package with Steve Nison. Each complementing the other ( East meets West ). It can only be a win win situation." - Jim B.

August 5, 2011 2:02PM

"Two experts, two different points of view, with one goal in mind. To make you a better trader" - Phillip B.

August 5, 2011 1:41PM

"I am just beginning my post-retirement career as a trader. I would like the exposure to more than one trading style/strategy that a dual presenter format provides. I also like the synergies between approaches that you highlight." - David S.

August 5, 2011 1:17PM

"Ken, you are the best and a second presenter for stock information just makes the presentation great." - Wayne J.

August 5, 2011 1:10PM

"I attended a webinar Ken presented with Adrienne Toghraie (Trading on Target). When Ken presented an entry or exit Adrienne provided comments relating to the psychological aspect of the trade. Trading and pysch were merged in an excellent presentation." - John K.

August 5, 2011 1:07PM

"One of a kind with winning strategies" - Vic S.

August 5, 2011 12:04PM

"Two world class experts and two perspectives in the same seminar .Wow!" - Charles E.

August 5, 2011 11:56AM

"I look forward to your JV Trading webinars because I trust you to team up with presenters that you feel can benefit those of us that have been with you. Your recommendations have been right on." - Danny O.

August 5, 2011 11:06AM

"it does not matter to me if there are two presenters or one .I think the most important thing is the message and methodology being presented in the webinar. if both presenters`s strategies can be combined together then the two presenters concept can be a very good thing" - Paul A.

August 5, 2011 10:52AM

"The synopsis of the seminar are really practical and useful." - Cynthia T.

August 5, 2011 10:43AM

"A greater view of trading from two masters who have walked many different paths and who learned very workable, proven methods from these travels." - Dan W.

August 5, 2011 10:43AM

"This is a very good idea of dual presenters. It will be interesting to hear two different presenters relate on their experiences and knowledge about the market." - Perry S.

August 5, 2011 10:37AM

"This format provides two viewpoints and hopefully two unique approaches to a topic, which is more efficient use of time and energy for the participants." - Ann O.

August 5, 2011 10:30AM

"Usually in a one hour, presented by one person,at around the 40 minute mark I check my watch. Two, with different slants, will be more rewarding." - Eric J.

August 5, 2011 10:26AM

"They provide the trainee trader with two perspectives ,enabling him to have a bigger picture of successful trading." - Mark M.

August 5, 2011 10:25AM

"Seems like a good teaching approach. Various ideas are always welcome." - Ernie R.

August 5, 2011 10:23AM

"Great idea, I like to get perspectives from multiple presenters." - Tim Y.

August 5, 2011 9:39AM

"I like the idea of two presenters and, possibly, brief commentary re: pros/cons of each educator's approach." - George F.

August 5, 2011 9:33AM

"You benefit from different perspectives and two personalities." - Su B.

August 5, 2011 9:30AM

"Excellent strategy. I can not say anything more." - Sib G.

August 5, 2011 9:08AM

"the idea of joint presenters with probably different angles would be interesting, i am doing Peters course at the moment" - David W.

August 5, 2011 8:42AM

"The two person webinars provide focus and variability of trading skills to learn." - Keith L.

August 5, 2011 8:40AM

"To get another successful traders' perspective on the market.
Ideally they would agree on certain strategies as confirmation of their profit potential." - George K.

August 5, 2011 8:39AM

"being able to obtain a variety of specialist ideas" - Mike G.

August 5, 2011 8:34AM

"Good to glean good ideas with quality hosts." - Stephen C.

August 5, 2011 8:12AM

"having two moderators will always be beneficial to us traders especially if their trading experiences can complement one another;good idea Ken and as always,more power" - Cesar J.

August 5, 2011 7:59AM

"ken, always enjoy and learn from your straight forward webinars.this two for one ,seems like a winner for anyone who wants to get better at trading.Looking forward to your new concept." - David C.

August 5, 2011 7:51AM

" I look forward to testing this out and seeing if this format is any better." - Andy L.

August 5, 2011 7:49AM

"They say that two heads are better than one." - Jeff E.

August 5, 2011 7:31AM

"Good way to get another perspective on making winning trades." - Feliciano P.

August 5, 2011 4:11AM

"I appreciate non bias information from multiple professional traders. This gives me multiple perspectives to aproach my trading with." - Dan V.

August 5, 2011 2:58AM

" I appreciate your webinairs especially with secondary opinions." - Chad C.

August 5, 2011 2:23AM

"Hi, Ken. The idea of the two moderators are good, but it also requires that both are well together and not have mixed messages that create confusion among the participants. We all know you and your skills to make money. Now it's up to you to show that you can also choose a good teammate." - Owe F.
Reply from Ken: Hi Owe, I agree completely. I'm very careful about who I work with, so I'll continue to make sure that I co-present with credible industry experts whose training complements my own, and shows traders new strategies that fit in with the approach I take to trading, too. Point well taken - thanks.

August 5, 2011 1:53AM

"What could be better than Ken interacting with an other?" - Alan W.

August 5, 2011 12:03AM

"What a unique and great idea to listen to dual presenters while utilizing the time. It will definitely enhance learning while energizing the traders." - Raj P.

August 4, 2011 10:23PM

"It seems that a presentation with two presenters would seem like a more interactive discussion than a "lecture" by a single presenter" - Bill B.

August 4, 2011 9:38PM

"Ken Calhoun plus someone Ken feels is a worthy co-presenter -- the double mint of webinars." - Ted R.

August 4, 2011 9:08PM

"As always you have proven yourself again... I look forward to hearing good trading ideas & tips from two speakers rather than one." - Jasvin

August 4, 2011 8:23PM

"Two presenters means a more rounded education for me--and a chance to see sometimes very different approaches to trading success." - Leonard F.

August 4, 2011 8:06PM

"Hi Ken, congratulations on Your calls and sincere thanks for all efforts to inspire average joe like me." - Bol B.

August 4, 2011 7:51PM

"Ken your method of expressing is excelent often in your e-mail and recorded webinar you sent me and I will prefer one person to concentrate than two." - Zaman F.
Reply from Ken: Hi Zaman, right — just to make sure it's clear, all of my premium webinars and the vast majority (90%+) of my ongoing webinars will still feature me as the sole presenter. I'm just launching these as a new way to work with a handful of other worthwhile trading instructors, so that both of us can present to our traders together, as a team, on occasion. So I may do 8-10 webinars a month for traders that feature just me, plus 1 or 2 others (at most) that are JV Trading Webinars.

August 4, 2011 7:28PM

"I think it makes it more interesting for us that are still learning." - E.P.

August 4, 2011 7:24PM

"I like the idea of having two work together for the synergistically approach." - Edwin M.

August 4, 2011 6:47PM

"interaction between two presenter makes the discussion more impressive and convey messages better. The attendant will retain more" - Suchia C.

August 4, 2011 6:46PM

" I think that dual presenters is a great idea. When both are at the top of their game. They feed off each other, and as the chewing gum ad says "Double Your Pleasure". Looking foreward to hearing the event." - Tyrone P.

August 4, 2011 6:39PM

"Won't miss the opportunities to attend - an absolutely brilliant idea! Want to see dual-presentation of how to trade old fashioned market selloff in the weeks ahead! Thanks!" - Ruzena K.

August 4, 2011 6:34PM

"I always enjoyed your insightful and useful webnars. Your webnars help traders to gain confidence in good entries with high probability and good/big potential. I learned that the key to trading success is to identify and confirm market trend and then follow the trend until the trend pauses or end, or you reach your profit target." - Tian Y.

August 4, 2011 6:31PM

"There is usually more to learn from 2 presenters than a single one. It shows things from a different perspective. I especially liked the one you did with Steve Nison" - Naveen G.

August 4, 2011 6:24PM

"...The expert recommanded by Ken or the one who does a dual presentation with Ken should no doubt be called an expert, as Ken himself is an expert." - Simon Y.

August 4, 2011 6:05PM

"Great idea, Ken - 2 presenters makes for a lot more stimulating discussion, & more likely to present as credible." - Mara D.

August 4, 2011 6:02PM

"(what I like best is) Listening to two different opinions and not taking more than an hour of my time." - Karin D.

August 4, 2011 5:53PM

"I felt like "Ned in the First Reader" until I took one of your webinars. I am looking forward to your future webinars so I can reach College level in my trading." - Bascom L.

August 4, 2011 5:38PM

"Hi I have enjoyed your trading techniques and webinars. This joint presentation will be interesting and informative to all traders. Waiting to see your webinar. Cheers." - Kumar S.

August 4, 2011 5:31PM

"Because you can have the experience of more than one person. I always heard that two heads were better than one." - Judge C.

August 4, 2011 5:23PM

"2 presentations allow synergy of trading ideas especially if the presentations reflect the stregnths of each of the presenters. Swing v scalp trades, money management, etc." - Brian B.

August 4, 2011 5:11PM

"Liked your 16 points above also. Pls send email so that we can get your videos and the Sat 8-9 meeting. Thanks." - Al B.

August 4, 2011 4:48PM

"The idea of dual presenters is great. I have set aside time to watch a webinars that I thought might have some value only to leave after a few minutes. This gives us twice the chance of hearing a concept or tip that might be of value." - Skrat

August 4, 2011 4:46PM

"My experience is - to trade with confidence you must have your own style and feel comfortable with your entries,stops ,setups etc.You cant take just any system that might work well for any other trader.You have to take good ideas (like your cup breakout strategy or Nisons work)and build a trading plan around them.Make it yours.Dual Presenter webinars offer just that! Regards" - Chris S.

August 4, 2011 2:58PM

"This type of webinar can help the end user get a dual explanation of trading techniques which are being emphasized by the presenters." - Larry D.

August 4, 2011 2:34PM

"Very good ideas for establishing entry points." - Jon K.

August 4, 2011 1:58PM

"...If both present different views of the same theme, then they can be good." - Mel C.

August 4, 2011 1:55PM

"might be an interesting approach if enough info is given in the webinar to be able to understand the approach" - Helena K.

August 4, 2011 12:57PM

"I like the idea of dual presenters of 30 minutes each, but I'm wondering if there will be a Q&A time after wards?" - JaniceLynn J.
Reply from Ken: Hi Janice, yes — depending on the webinar many have open Q&A time at the end; agree that's helpful.

August 4, 2011 12:23PM

"The concept of dual webinars is exciting. It will keep the audience's attention and give them twice the bang for the buck." - Bob W.

August 4, 2011 11:52AM

"Dual-Presenter webinars can be more dynamic and keep a higher energy level." - Isabel C.

August 4, 2011 11:44AM

"I have really enjoyed my past webinars with both Ken and Steve Nison - good to have secondary opinions and confirmations" - Bud S.

August 4, 2011 11:39AM

"I, and my trading partner get more out of your webinars than anyone elses. There really informative and to the point. looking forward to the new format. thanks!" - Will G.

August 4, 2011 7:05AM

"Dear Ken
I love your webinars and would like to see more webinars in the future with you and Peter Bain or Steve Nison. Your experience made me a better trader and I wanna thank you for that!" - Redgy P.

August 4, 2011 6:12AM

"What a great idea : can't wait to hear more" - Darren S.

August 3, 2011 8:52PM

"Ken, you give me good trading ideas and show me how to pick stocks in a short amount of time." - Wayne J.

August 3, 2011 7:34PM

"There is often more to learn from 2 presenters than 1. It keeps the discussion lively and doesn't get bored. I especially liked the one you did with Steve Nison." - Naveen G.

August 3, 2011 2:53PM

"I hope that you will not only emphasize on the us market. I wish that you rather show techniques that can be applied to any market. I'm looking forward to hear your presentation. Good luck" - Tomas L.

August 3, 2011 12:30PM

"Can't wait to hear this...Ken's stuff is always great" - Joel A.

August 3, 2011 11:21AM

"Ken you offer the Best webinars of any, as a Bonus to have a second presenter ... Won't miss the opportunities to attend !" - Mike S.
Reply from Ken: Thanks, Mike. Agree; having another presenter can make for a variety of top-quality trading instructors. One thing I'll continue to do is only work with the best of the best out there, so traders have something useful to look forward to, to improve their training. See you in the webinars!

August 3, 2011 11:03AM

"If both people agree on a concept totally i sometimes wonder, but a little difference in opinion substantiates the gist" - George F.

August 3, 2011 10:44AM

"I think this is a great idea. We are able to absorb tips from experienced traders." - Maria K.

August 3, 2011 10:24AM

"I like your one of a kind approach to trading" - Vic

August 3, 2011 9:38AM

"Ken I like going to your webinars. You are a great teacher. It's also good to see how some of the co-presenters trade. You get 2 different visions on how to go about trading the right way. Thanks for your time." - Larry W.

August 3, 2011 8:37AM

"Easy access to fresh ideas in trading screened for quality." - Stephen C.

August 3, 2011 8:04AM

"If the webinars are of the same calibre and have the same high profile knowledgeable professionals like the one I had the privilege to watch the other week, with Peter Bain and yourself showing the audience trades that should be taken using methods as simple as what you and Peter are using, then I see this new venture being a great source of information for the retail traders like myself. Thankyou for an absolutely brilliant idea." - Geoffrey L.

August 3, 2011 8:01AM

"I enjoy Dual presenter because the chance to develop and deliver trading products and services that provide both outstanding value as well as content to traders is very opportune given what is out there" - Larry G

August 3, 2011 7:50AM

"This is a great idea as ever from Ken. I take my hat off to you Ken as you're the only genuine trader/trainer in my opinion and you're insight is invaluable." - Mike T.

August 3, 2011 7:12AM

"your advices are so straight and simple . i love it." - Nitroc

August 3, 2011 6:53AM

"I registered for your webinar with co-presenter Peter Bain last month. What I like is that I am able to take whatever pieces of information I like from each of you and mould it to suit my own style... I like your no BS approach. Cheers...." - John D.

August 3, 2011 6:52AM

"What I like best is that 2 presenters will keep things more lively, and maintain our interest. Also, that the two presenters will try to look their best alongside their co-presenter" - Jim B.
Reply from Ken: Good points, Jim - I agree that having 2 presenters keeps things more lively; if you've been to some of the snooze-fest webinars that some trading companies have out there, it's enough to make you reach for more coffee to stay awake...(or like me, just click off after a few minutes).
By having two presenters, that gives traders more content plus more value; like "changing channels" at the 30-minute mark. Also it gives others who do webinars with me the opportunity for us to comment on each other's strategies, giving traders the 'best of both' in one single event. Thanks for the post!

August 3, 2011 6:49AM

"Ken brilliant idea. I recently listened into you and Peter Bain from forexmentor and the information was excellent and the products on offer were also good value. It was definitely worth an hour. Thanks ." - Pattie L.

August 3, 2011 6:34AM

"Ken you always come up with something new to improve the trading and take it to the next level; You are a pioneer..all the very best and pls let me in to this opportunity..thanks." - Anees A.

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