My name is Deeyana Angelo.
I am the main instructor with Market Stalkers and managing director of our sister company Blahtech where we specialise in trading tools and algorithms.
I am a former session musician turned derivatives trader and a Level 4 qualified Investment Advisor.
Before my finance career, I had the pleasure of working with some of the legends of the music world such as Rod Stewart. I was also a Ministry of Sound live saxophonist for a number of years.
Whilst I still enjoy playing alto sax and electric guitar, these days I have a huge passion for trading the markets and teaching others the observations and techniques that I've come by with great difficulty and thousands of hours of trading the markets day in day out over the last 11 years.
Today I am a managing director of a fintech startup Blahtech where I create mechanical trading systems with the help of a small elite team of software developers who have all come from investment banking backgrounds.
I started the Market Stalkers website mainly to keep myself accountable a few years ago while I was working for other prop trading companies as a contracting futures trader. More and more people kept finding the website asking if I could teach them how to trade partly because I've developed some notoriety through my old forex factory posts.
Due to my professional trader roles, I had to obtain a Level 4 Investment Advisor qualification (similar to Series 3/7 in the US), although I no longer trade other people's funds but prefer to invest my own.
I am the originator of a concept now widely known as Q Points, the missing link to Supply/Demand trading which is included in our flagship Blahtech trading tool Blahtech SD indicator.
As a managing director of Blahtech, I run a small trading department from London, UK where we have several traders using my systematic methodology that relies on institutional order flow to trade various complex financial products. I am their mentor when required, but mainly their risk manager. We are expanding our trading department over the coming years and these courses are a great avenue to source out potential new talent. Please feel free to get in touch with me with any questions.