After completing the introductory module students will: Be introduced to their instructor Understand the course outcomes Have a good idea of what to expect Have received an overview of the course content covered Understand the risks associated with trading
This module will introduce students to the concept of trading in terms of it's place in a balanced investment strategy, as well as the most common types of trading instruments and markets.
This module is primarily intended for traders just starting out but could also be of interest to intermediate traders who might have missed the basics of: Selecting a Broker Opening a trading account Understanding different account types Funding an account Setting-Up an account Understanding charting and other trading tools
This module covers what I personally believe remains the single most overlooked and yet important aspect of becoming a profitable trader. In this module students will learn why most traders struggle to remain profitable and how we as humans are actually predisposed to fail at something like trading.
In this module students will be provided a comprehensive overview of the fundamentals of markets in the context of trading. These include: Stock Exchanges Understanding Market/Share Codes Market Hours and Trading Sessions Spreads Margin and Gearing Taking a Long or Short position Different Order Types Ways to enter and exit trades
In this module students will learn everything about the various trading styles. These include: Fundamental Analysis Technical Analysis Position Trading Intraday Trading Trend Trading Swing Trading Breakout Trading Scalping Mean Reversion
In this module students will learn the importance of having a trading plan. We will also cover aspects such as: Identifying Trading Setups Risk Management Importance of having a trade journal
In this module students are introduced to the different market types that traders can expect. These include: Bull and Bear Markets Ranging or Consolidating Markets Trending Markets
In this module we will be looking at all aspects involving the configuration, reading and interpretation of chart data. This lecture is divided into three parts. In this lecture students will learn about the various chart types and elements.
In this lecture we continue to look at reading and interpreting chart data focusing on Price Movements and Price Action. This includes understanding and deciphering Japanese candle-stick price patterns.
In this final lecture of how to read a chart we look at what can arguably be considered the most important technical aspect of trading. At the end of this lecture students should have an advanced understanding of how to read, interpret and understand price data on a chart.
In this exciting three-part lecture we will examine all the popular technical trading indicators, explaining their history, composition and practice. In part one of this lecture we will look at: Popular Moving Averages Volume Indicators Bollinger Bands
In this lecture we continue to look at technical indicators, focusing on: Momentum Indicators like the RSI, ADX and Stochastic Ichimoku Theory
In this final lecture of technical indicators, we conclude by looking at: The Bill Williams Alligator Divergence Indicators like the MACD Volatility Indicators like the ATR The infamous Elliot Waves
In this lecture we will take an in-depth look at all the classical charting patterns. At the end of this lecture students will have an advanced understanding of identifying and applying classical charting patterns such as: Reversal Patterns like the Head and Shoulders, Double/Triple Top/Bottom and Diamond Pattern Flags and Pennants Ascending and Descending Wedges Symmetrical and Flat Bottom Triangles Harmonic Patterns
In this lecture I share 20 valuable trading lessons with my students that are sure to help them succeed. These lessons have been learned through personal experience and paves the way to profitable trading. I conclude the lecture by sharing my personal trading approach.
In concluding this course we stop to briefly look at 'Automated Trading' and the benefits of allowing smart algorithms to execute and manage trading decisions.
In this bonus lesson we consider the fact that markets are manipulated and look into how we can adapt our trading methodology to overcome this hurdle.