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Calculating your Pivot Points

Calculating your Pivot Points

Pivots are significant levels to determine directional movement Used to determine support and resistance They are LEADING INDICATORS Originally used…
Practical Pivot Trading

Practical Pivot Trading

Interview with Mark Moskowitz, of Edge Trading LLC In 2003 Mark started JST Capital Partners a long/short hedge fund with…

 

 

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This strategy shows you how to apply support and resistance to the financial markets, step-by-step, in a real live market environment …

This strategy shows you how to apply support and resistance to the financial markets, step-by-step, in a real live market environment. Presented by a former prop-trader and tradimo coach, this strategy is a stepping stone into more advanced and discretionary methods of trading.

Support and resistance is one of the most common ways to find entries and exits in the markets – it is usually one of the first discretionary strategies traders learn and also one of the most difficult to master due to the fact that is not easy to find a set of rules to trade by.

This strategy will give you a set of rules that you can apply for you to get used to trading with support and resistance – it is great for beginners looking for some guidance when venturing into discretionary trading.

  • the first steps towards discretionary trading
  • how to use one of the most powerful methods of trading
  • how to find high paying trades on higher time frames
  • breakout and counter-trend techniques
  • how to fine tune entries in different markets
  • Trading support and resistance
  • Finding entries at support or resistance
  • Finding entries using a breakout
  • Support and resistance live trading webinar

The goal of this technical analysis course is to attempt to predict the future movements of an asset based on its historic price behavior …

Based on the principle that prices, at all times, reflect all the relevant information needed to make sound trading decisions.

Therefore, technical analysts, more often than not, refrain completely from using fundamental or economic data of any sort.

Price patterns, they argue, are first, reliable indicators of future prices, and secondly, universal: they repeat themselves in all markets and all time frames over again.

  • What different chart types there are
  • Why Japanese candlesticks are superior compared to other charting methods
  • How to read Japanese candlesticks
  • How to use horizontal support and resistance and trend lines
  • How to do multiple time frame analysis correctly
  • How to trade classic chart formations, such as double top/bottom, head and shoulders, triangles

Japanese Candlesticks – the only chart type you need

  • How to read Japanese candlestick charts
  • Technical analysis using Japanese candlesticks
  • Single candlestick patterns
  • Doji candlestick patterns
  • Engulfing patterns and tweezers
  • Triple candlestick patterns: morning and evening star
  • Triple candlestick patterns: three inside up & three inside down
  • Triple candlestick patterns: three soldiers and crows

The Basics of Chart Analysis

  • Support and resistance
  • Understanding market conditions
  • Trend lines
  • Identify and understand price channels
  • Multiple time frame analysis

Basic Chart Patterns

  • Double top chart pattern
  • Double bottom chart pattern
  • Head and shoulders chart pattern
  • Inverse head and shoulders pattern
  • Symmetrical triangle chart patterns
  • Ascending triangles
  • Descending triangles

Chart patterns can be a very powerful tool in the hands of a skilled trader. With this course we want to take a look beyond the entry level chart patterns …

This course will show you the possibilities that will open up to you if you understand more advanced formations like the Rising Wedge, Bull Pennant or the Bat Formation.

  • 7 intermediate chart patterns
  • 8 advanced patterns

Intermediate chart patterns

  • Rising wedge
  • Falling wedge
  • Bearish pennant
  • Bullish pennant
  • Flag chart patterns
  • Bullish rectangle
  • Bearish rectangle

Advanced chart patterns

  • AB=CD pattern
  • Gartley pattern
  • Bat pattern
  • Butterfly pattern
  • Crab pattern
  • Three drives
  • Cup and handle
  • Rounded top and bottom

Covers how to spot psychological traps and develop a productive mindset. Overcome typical mistakes traders make and gain control over your emotions …

As a trader, you should always follow a well defined strategy, and base your decisions on thorough analysis. But this alone is far from enough to make you a successful trader.

Your emotions can still upset your plans regardless of how good your strategy or money management is.

‘Take Control of Your Emotions’ covers how to spot psychological traps and develop a productive mindset.

By completing this course, you get to learn to improve your trading psychology, so you can overcome typical mistakes traders make and gain control over your emotions.

  • the first steps towards discretionary trading
  • how to use one of the most powerful methods of trading
  • how to find high paying trades on higher time frames
  • breakout and counter-trend techniques
  • how to fine tune entries in different markets
  • what are the emotions that can affect your trading badly
  • what stages all traders go thorough before reaching success
  • how to become a successful trader step-by-step
  • An introduction to psychology in trading
  • The path to becoming a good trader
  • Traders are not born – they are made

Learn techniques that will help you identify, disable and replace  psychological traps, with better ones, that are more productive for your trading …

Our behaviour is determined by psychological patterns. These patterns are the result of our personal experiences, upbringing and sociocultural environment. They develop to guide our thinking and decision making in order to successfully tackle the challenges we face. Trading however, is a very different business compared to any other endeavor, and therefore our patterns that account for our success in other areas of our life, fail us miserably, if we let them control us when trading the markets.

Master your psychology to become a successful trader and investor

In order to become successful as traders, you need to find and replace these patterns. By taking this course, you will learn techniques that will help you identify, disable and replace these patterns, also called psychological traps, with better ones, that are more productive for your trading.

Why is trading psychology so important?

Trading is just as much about psychology as it is about interpreting the markets correctly. Of course if you don’t have a successful trading strategy, a great psychological mindset won’t help you at all, but countless traders who have mastered the basics of trading and have defined their strategy end up failing because they become victims of their own psychological patterns.

Take this course to take the first right step in the direction of mastering your trading psychology and obtaining more stable profits.

  • about the effects emotions have on trading decisions
  • about the psychological patterns that inhibit your decision making and ultimately your development as a trader
  • how to adopt techniques and develop positive habits to break the cycle of negative psychological patterns
  • Recency bias
  • Warped expectations
  • Trading journals as trader therapy
  • The right trading mindset

The purpose of money management is not only to protect your trading account, but also to help you maximze your potential gain …

Money management is the most important skill every trader needs to learn. When trading the markets, there are only a few number of things you, as a trader, have full control over. One of these is the amount you risk on your trades.

Learning why it is important to control risk is and implementing rigorous capital protection rules is the first step towards trading success.

But the purpose of money management is not only to protect your trading account, but also to help you maximize your potential gain by learning how to calculate optimal trade size and mastering advanced position management techniques.

  • why it is important to control your risk and
  • what a stop loss order is
  • how much money you need to start trading online
  • what are the costs of trading online
  • how does leverage work in forex trading
  • how to set stop loss and take profit orders
  • how to scale in and out of trades to minimize losses and maximize profits

The Basics of Money Management

  • Money management – protecting your capital
  • How much money (trading capital) do you need to trade?
  • The cost of trading forex
  • Using stop losses
  • Leverage in forex trading

Money Management to Enhance Your Performance

  • Take profit: setting profit targets
  • Scaling in and out of trades
  • Trailing stop loss order
  • Advanced scaling in
  • Kelly criterion