About the Instructors
Luke served as Head of ETF Sales at Cantor Fitzgerald. While in this seat, he began to notice the importance that institutional trading activity had on the movements and direction of stocks. He spent years observing these activities and in his free time, with a partner, began designing quantitative models to look for unusual trading activity. He later moved to Jefferies, LLC as an SVP of Derivatives. There he published stock research based around the unusual activity signals he was developing. He later left Wall Street to work on this research full time at MAPsignals.com.
John Jagerson is a CFA and CMT charter holder and a founder of Learning Markets, which provides analysis and education for individual and professional investors. He is an author or co-author of five books on investing, currencies, bonds, and stocks. John has appeared in outlets like Forbes.com, BBC Radio, Nasdaq.com, and CBS for his financial strategy expertise. After graduating with a B.S. in Business from Utah Valley University, John completed the PLD program at Harvard Business School. Once the markets close each day, he can be found back on his mountain bike or in his running shoes on the trails of the Wasatch Mountains near his home.
James Early has more than 20 years of experience in institutional finance. After leaving hedge fund TSL Capital, James served as director of research and analysis at Motley Fool, one of the world's leading Internet investment companies; his 10-year equity advisory track record in the US and London outperformed the S&P 500 and FTSE 100. James is a member of the Wall Street Fintech Club and a DC executive committee member of the Sino-American Pharmaceutical Association, as well as Mensa. James often appears as a special guest on CNN, BBC, CNBC, CCTV, The Wall Street Journal and other international media.