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About Bo Yoder
Beginning his full-time trading career in 1997, Bo is a professional trader, two-time author, and consultant to the financial industry on matters of market analysis, and edge optimization.

A partner at Market Forecasting Academy, Bo has been a featured speaker internationally for decades and has developed a reputation for trading live in front of an audience as a real-time example of what it is like to trade for a living.

In addition to his two books for McGraw-Hill, Mastering Futures Trading, and Optimize Your Trading Edge (translated into German and Japanese), Bo has written articles published in top publications such as TheStreet.com, Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities, Trader’s, Active Trader Magazine and Forbes to name a few.

Bo currently spends his time with his wife and son in the great state of Maine where he trades, researches behavioral economics, and is a passionate sailboat racer.

He has an MBA from The Boston University School of Management.
Winners From The Weekly Forecast
SPG came up short of the green zone and was closed out as a scratch trade.
IP was a bearish trend continuation trade to the downside that paid out elegantly and quickly as it went from the red zone down to the green (profit target) in just one week!
FLR was a bearish trend continuation trade to the downside that paid out in full by going down into the green zone in just one week!  If all trades resolved this quickly and easily, we would have so much more fun as traders...

Plus, it's always fun to capture a wave like this where you get in at the highs, and out at the lows and grab just about everything the market made available!
CSX was a trend continuation trade to the downside that just didn't have the bearish expansion the way that I was expecting. As it came down into some chart support, the odds were essentially 50-50 for a breakdown vs. a reversal, so defensive profits were taken.
After an elegant entry near the lows for the past few years, the Gold ETF (GLD) rallied quickly and efficiently up into the take profit area (red zone).  After profits were taken, the price promptly collapsed...
REGN rallied as forecast from entry in the red zone, neatly up into the profit objective (green zone) 
ADSK short forecast initiated in the red zone and profits taken as the profit objective (Green zone) was met.
BBY offered some quick profits to the downside as the initial short forecast was given in the red zone, and profits taken a week later as the green zone (profit objective) was reached!
The EUR/USD just fell short of the red zone by a few pips, so while this can't be tracked as an "official" win, enough readers took positions and emailed me about their profits that I include it for your consideration as the target (green zone) was easily exceeded.
Losers From The Weekly Forecast
NKTR just ticked lower than the bottom of the Green Zone to trigger stop loss levels, then reversed.
HOG never responded to it's price pattern and dropped down along with a break in the market to trigger stop losses.
After forming a double topping pattern, CERN got caught up in the Fed induced "melt up" as vast amounts of liquidity were injected into the financial system.  This trade was closed for a loss as the move up violated the highs of the red zone.
After forming a double topping pattern, CERN got caught up in the Fed induced "melt up" as vast amounts of liquidity were injected into the financial system.  This trade was closed for a loss as the move up violated the highs of the red zone.
KO was taken short in response to a head and shoulders pattern on the weekly chart.  8 weeks have passed and the bearish energy that triggered this trade has all been washed away. The loss was taken as a scratch before the stop loss orders were triggered, saving about $1 in additional risk. 
EA was taken short in response to a head and shoulders pattern on the daily and weekly charts.  Many weeks have passed without any significant follow through. The loss was taken as a scratch before the stop loss orders were triggered, saving over $2 in additional risk. 
Another casualty from the "dead market" of spring 2021, the Eurodollar vs the US dollar had many week to turn as forecast and instead it just sat and "spun".

Since there will be better places to deploy capital more efficiently, the loss was taken as a scratch before the stop loss orders were triggered, saving over 200 pips n additional risk. 
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