Module 1: The Objectives of Financial Trading
Module 2: Price Action
Module 3: Practical Elements to Trading
Module 4: Interactive Trading Workshop I
Module 5: Technical Market Analysis
Module 6: Protecting Capital & Risk Management
Module 7: Active Preparation
Module 8: Interactive Trading Workshop II
Module 9: Mastering Price Action
Module 10: Popular Methods of Trading
Although financial trading is a constant learning experience, the primary goal is to make money as a trader. The first Module sets out the most important trading objectives, focusing on creating a positive attitude towards trading the markets so as to accomplish the end goal of profitability.
A fully comprehensive study of price action charting with the theory and explanation of Japanese candlestick structures and the signals they provide. “The mission of ITA is served by generating value for core investment management professionals and engaging with the core investment management industry to advance ethics, market integrity, and professional standards of practice, which collectively contributes value to society.”
Volatility, Leverage and Liquidity are three of the most important elements to practical trading and discussed thoroughly, both in theory and via practical demonstration.
Bringing price action into context with trading various asset classes, this first interactive workshop Module is designed to demonstrate the practicalities of entering and exiting the markets via proper identification Price Action Signals, Momentum and Trend.
Building some early technical analysis into trade decision making, the study of technical analysis is presented in theory and in historical context. The importance of Support & Resistance and Technical Indication is developed over Forex, Equity and Commodity markets.
Perhaps the most important facet to financial trading, we discuss the ability to protect capital at all costs in fantastic detail. With the objective of profit always at the forefront of our education, this lesson teaches traders how to prioritise protection of capital over excess risk taking so as to build upon a qualitative trading strategy.
Traders must always be properly prepared with the knowledge and skills to profit in the markets before delving in to take large positions. We focus on a discipline of trading smaller trade size as a beginner trader and outline the advantages that this brings to developing confidence and an effective trading methodology.
The objective of this Module is simple; to bring all the education together from the previous seven Modules into the financial markets, in search of profit. Interactive live trading is conducted on the MT4 trading platform across 5 main asset classes. Entering and exiting short-term trades during the 1-hour period, we demonstrate trading strategy and profitable trading.
As a large percentage of successful traders focus exclusively on trading the technical price action, we analyse holistically the story that price action tells and the inclinations it leaves for future price movement.
A review of some popular methods of trading the financial markets.
Module 1: Technical Analysis Explained
Module 2: Anatomy of Price Action & Trend Identification
Module 3: Price Patterns
Module 4: Applying Momentum & MA Analysis
Module 5: Trading the Trend
Module 6: Fibonacci & Elliott Wave
Module 7: Genuine S&R and Japanese Candlestick
Module 8: Range v Breakouts & Order Flow & Confirmation
We introduce you to some important aspects of technical analysis.
You will gain insight into what technical analysis is, understand what we are trying to achieve by using technical analysis and appreciate the importance of price and how technical analysis can help you.
You will gain valuable insight into the important elements of a trend.
We discuss the 3 types of trends, the 3 phases of a trend and key aspects of trend identification.
We focus on both reversal and continuation price patterns. We explain how to identify and evaluate price patterns and how to use the information provided by price patterns for trading purposes.
We discuss the importance of applying momentum studies and moving average analysis to your price analysis. The various approaches to moving averages are explained and important elements of momentum studies are discussed.
We focus on how to trade the trend. It is an extension of Module 4 in that it illustrates how to develop a trading strategy. It focuses on using aspects of trend, momentum and moving average slope to fine tune the aspects of what to trade, when to trade and how to trade.
We explore Fibonacci Ratios and the Elliott Wave Principle. You will be shown how to apply Fibonacci retracements, price projections and time projections.
An introduction to the Elliott-Wave principle is an important first step to understanding its powerful application.
We introduce Japanese candlesticks and focus on the structure of candlesticks and the key patterns that provide important insights into market conditions. The importance of support and resistance is also discussed. The focus is on the effective identification and application of these levels.
We discuss identifying and managing ranges. Breakout trading is also discussed with a specific focus on understanding when this trading approach is appropriate. The importance of order flow, market sentiment and price confirmation are also discussed.
Module 1: An Introduction to Our Trading Methodology
Module 2: Market Conditions, Directional Bias, Market Momentum and Trend Analysis
Module 3: The Trades We Take and How We Stack the Odds in Our
Module 4: Trade Selection, Portfolio Diversification, Conviction, Accuracy and Timing
Module 5: Decision-Making, Discretion v Rules Based & Multi-Time Frame
Module 6: How We Enter & Exit the Markets
Module 7: How We Manage Trades with Consistency, Discipline and Patience
Module 8: How We Protect Our Capital & Effectively Manage Risk
Module 9: Looking for Opportunities, Booking in Profits & Wealth Creation
Module 10: The Importance of Trade Psychology & Our LiveTradeRooms
We give you an overview of our trading strategy, touching upon what type of traders we are and why we trade the way we trade. We then look broadly at the techniques that we use to identify an opportunity, how and why we enter, how we manage trades and how we exit trades, whilst looking at the decision-making process we go through to remain consistent.
We discuss the importance of a trader’s ability to assess the market conditions before trading irrespective of time-frame. We then explain the importance of having a directional bias when trading and the necessity to identify trends and market momentum.
We discuss the processes we go through to stack the odds in our favour before we enter a trade and we also break down the different types of trades that we look to take.
Knowing what to trade can be a very difficult decision for a trader to make. So in this Module, we will go through the processes we use to select the high probability trades that we look to trade and how we can diversify our portfolio to make sure we don’t suffer from the negative impact that correlated markets can have. Also, we break down and explain how we can remain accurate when we trade and the importance of trade timing.
We discuss the importance of the decision-making process in a trader’s attempt to become consistently profitable. We also look at the differences between discretion and rules-based trading strategies and also the importance of applying and understanding what is happening on different time-frames when we trade.
We simply go through the theory and practice behind the reasons why and when we look to both enter and exit a trade.
We take great pride in identifying 3 very important skills which we believe are the most important for each and every trader to develop, regardless of experience. So We break down, in incredible detail, what we mean by consistency, discipline and patience when trading.
A trader’s ability to protect their own capital will ultimately determine how much return a trader will make.
We explain how we protect our capital and how we proactively manage risk when we trade.
This Module takes a close look at how we identify high probability trading opportunities and we also discuss the decision-making processes involved in remaining consistent when we trade. In addition, we look at the importance of a trader’s ability to get into the routine of booking in profits on a regular and consistent basis, and the impact this will have on wealth creation.
We look at the importance of trade psychology from an individual trader perspective and also an understanding of market psychology is discussed in great detail.
Module 1: Elite Trader’s Course Overview
Module 2: A Professional Vision
Module 3: Fundamental & Technical Trading
Module 4: Economic Theory
Module 5: The Economic Calendar
Module 6: Forex Trading
Module 7: The Function of Supply & Demand
Module 8: The Flow of Global Capital
Module 9: Sector Analysis
Module 10: The Technical Toolkit
Module 11: Technical Analysis Theory
Module 12: Implementing Technical Analysis
Module 13: Correlation
Module 14: Risk Aversion
Module 15: Portfolio Diversification
Module 16: Profit Targeting
We review the structure and content of the Elite Trader’s Course, introducing some important topics to consider and prepare for along the way.
So important the task is of building a professional methodology for trading, we analyse some of the key concepts behind professional trading. This Module helps to define a trading style in accordance with your own personality, trade selection, entry strategy, trade expectation and management, and exit strategy.
We uncover the many methods of analysis conducted for financial trading and develop a conversation around targeting a hybrid knowledge and skills-based approach to trading that takes fundamental, technical and sentimental analysis into account.
Globalisation and the expedience to which capital investment seeks risk for return means that financial markets are now more inextricably linked than ever before. As professional traders, we must take on a complete and holistic view as to how changes in local and international economies shape the assets in which we trade.
An earnest study of the key economic data that is released on a daily basis that effects the Forex, Commodity and Equity markets in which we trade.
A key focus on the fundamental criteria to Forex trading, observing and analysing the key factors that lead to currency appreciation and depreciation.
As open markets rely on high liquidity and participation between buyers and sellers, we analyse the key economic function of supply and demand and how large changes in sentiment, politics, trade and investment can stimulate demand or manipulate supply of financial securities.
We analyse the importance of capital and trade flow as a function of global investment in the world’s largest economies.
So often, investing attempts to identify what financial asset is either underperforming or overperforming. An in-depth analysis of the economic sectors of the economy adds great context to our understanding of the makeup of the equity markets we trade and helps to define many fundamental trading opportunities.
To develop self-confidence in technical trading strategy, traders must adhere to three main assumptions of price action. Throughout the Module we deal with the theory behind these three primary assumptions.
An in-depth study of Technical Confluence, Dow Theory and Elliot-Wave Theory.
A complex study of the most notable technical indicators used for profitable trading.
The extent to which risk and market association cause individual markets to move in the same direction is the focus of this webinar. Practical examples of correlation studies provide insight into just how positively or negatively certain markets are to one another.
Professional trading assumes protection of trading capital is the priority. We only take on more risk when the trade set up has merit and offers a higher reward for an acceptable amount of risk. This webinar deals with this task head-on while attempting to build it into an active trading strategy.
In this webinar, we make it clear that financial trading is a lot more than simply buying a market and aiming to sell it at a higher price. There are many different ways to make money across a range of asset class while aiming to spread risk across such a range of financial securities.
Financial trading is about profit. As professional traders, whom are experienced in the financial markets, we use all available information and skills necessary
to trade efficiently and effectively. However, the importance of aligning your individual trading strategy with performance expectations must never be understated but focused around profit targeting on a consistent basis.