Learn the Four Stages of the Stan Weinstein's Stage Analysis Method
A Classic Technical Analysis Method That Will Let You Enter and Exit Stock Trades With Confidence
The Stage Analysis Investor & Trader Methods – When to Buy, and When to Sell for Maximum Gains
Learn the Ideal Stage 2 Entry Points to Maximise Profit Potential and Minimise Risk
The Key Components of the Stage Analysis Method to Find the Stocks With the A+ Potential
No prerequisite knowledge required. Although I recommend reading Stan Weinstein's book as well as taking the course.
Learn the incredibly popular Stage Analysis method to gain an edge in your stock trading and investing. This course makes no assumptions of prior experience of the Stage Analysis method or even any prior stock trading and investing knowledge. We begin with the very basics and foundations of Stan Weinstein's classic method, and introduce key concepts in a logical way, through detailed real life examples of stocks charts in the different stages. Taking you from complete beginner to some expert level Stage Analysis concepts. And so, by the end of the course you will be completely comfortable trading and investing using the Stage Analysis method and will never look at a stock chart in the same way again!
Who this course is for:
Traders and Investors interested in learning the Stage Analysis method.
Traders that tried multiple methods but haven't found an edge.
Beginners to Stock Trading and Investing.
4 sections • 9 lectures • 3h 21m total length
Stage 2 - Advancing Phase
Stage 3 - Top Area
Stage 4 - Declining Phase
The Ideal Entry Point for Investors – The Stage 2A Breakout
The Ideal Entry Point for Traders – The Stage 2 Continuation Breakout
Trading and Investing with the Stage Analysis Method
4.4 Instructor Rating
I've been trading and investing since 2007, and mainly use Stan Weinstein's Stage Analysis method, although I do use techniques from multiple other methods also, such as CAN SLIM and Mark Minervini etc. But Stage Analysis is at the core of what I do, and helped me to become consistently profitable over the years.