Diploma in Stock Market Trading
The Opening Bell
When studying any subject matter, it is first necessary to ask the questions of who, what, when, where, and why. In this introductory lesson, you will start to learn the basics of what you need to know to become a profitable trader.
Leverage, Margin and All the Jargon
In Lesson 2, you will learn to talk like a trading professional. Whether it’s running with bulls or winners, you need to know the terms used in the trading world, to both trade effectively and get to the point. You will learn all the key terms and concepts that you need to begin in the world of trading.
Let the Trading Begin
Textbooks will only get you so far and you will reach a point where there is no better way to learn than to apply your knowledge practically. In this lesson, you will learn how to navigate your very own demo trading platform and to start practicing with no risk immediately. This is where your live dynamic really kicks in and makes for a fun and educational experience.
Candlesticks – Shedding Light on Opportunities
In order to find opportunities you need an efficient way of measuring price. Charts allow you to do just that. As a technical trader, you will use Japanese Candlesticks, a very simple and effective style of charting. This lesson will introduce you to price action, reading candlestick charts, doji, engulfing pattern formations, counter retail trading, and many other tools you will need to learn to trade successfully.
Technical Charting 101
Expanding upon Lesson 3, you will develop your technical skills like finding and utilising channels and trend trading techniques; highlighting breakouts, support and resistance, with counter retail strategic entry and exit techniques for each trade made. This is where the know-how begins.
Becoming a Counter Retail Trader
This lesson brings together all the previous technical analysis lessons, focusing on methods of finding Counter Retail Trading opportunities. This includes an examination of moving averages, simple and exponential; all focused on attempting to find that confirmation you need to trade profitably. This lesson is not to be missed.
Psychology of Real World Trading
Often overlooked in other trading courses, this course does not ignore the importance of a good mental state that is required to trade successfully. Real-life explanations and examples of the difficulties which real traders face each day are discussed. Practical steps are illustrated to reduce the psychological difficulties faced by real traders and how you will mitigate those using your own in-house developed software.
Protecting Your Capital
Trading, like all other forms of investing, carries risk. It is through that very risk that profits may flow. An understanding of the interconnected and inseparable nature of risk and return is fundamental to profitable trading. Making money is one thing, keeping it is another.