Introduction to Trade Theory (Technical Analysis) For Stocks
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Introduction to Trade Theory (Technical Analysis) For Stocks

This course is utilized to bridge the gap between fundamental analysis and technical analysis for stocks/futures/etc.
4.6 (4 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
47 students enrolled
Created by Anthony Klatch
Last updated 11/2014
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  • 36 mins on-demand video
  • 1 Supplemental Resource
  • Full lifetime access
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What Will I Learn?
  • Understand price ranges in order to define reward to risk criteria for stocks, commodities, futures, etc.
  • Understand the basics of Technical Analysis including terms such as "Long, Short, Buy, Sell, Stop-Loss, Leverage."
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  • Some general information regarding financial markets
  • An understanding of how market price fluctuations work

Revenue is the lifeblood of the equity markets. It is the basis for all valuation, and as such, the interpretation and the translation of revenue into stock price value (i.e. market capitalization) is an art that many would love to quantify. Unfortunately, that quantification is not possible for fundamentalists, but nevertheless, studying revenue and its relationship to equity pricing serves as an immensely powerful investment “Edge” that allows a market participant to garner extreme returns once validated criteria is met. This course takes the student through the basic understanding of trade theory as a foreshadow to a forthcoming multi-hour class based on the book, "The Art of Revenue."

The Art of Revenue is the fundamental analysis book that finishes the author’s life work of quantifying the markets in both fundamental and technical ways. it is a standalone book that is more palatable for the masses, but it also serves as the true companion to the author’s first book, “The Market is not Random.” It is these two works of marker-based teachings which complete the author’s definition of the true marketome, which ergo, proves once and for all that all markets are not random.

This course teaches the basics of understanding reward to risk in the financial markets, which are critical informational tools that allow the trader to define specific entry and exit criteria.

Further, the courses utilizes the instructors two published theories (Klatch's Price Theory and Klatch's Marketome Theory) in order to assert a basic ETF trading strategy that, given a long enough holding time, will be guaranteed to make the student money.

Who is the target audience?
  • Any person interested in moving beyond Fundamental Analysis to Technical Analysis
  • Stock market investors
  • futures market investors
  • traders
  • stock traders
  • commodity traders
  • technical analysts
  • finance majors
  • economics majors
  • mathematics majors
  • engineering majors
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Curriculum For This Course
2 Lectures 08:27

This is a full copy of Chapter 6 from my book, "The Market is not Random.," which I am providing as part of this course content to the student. It is applicable for all sections of this class.

Prerequisite Course Reading
21 pages

The Theories
2 Lectures 17:39
Klatch's Price Theory

Klatch's Marketome Theory / Basic ETF Trading Strategy

Price Theory Objectives
4 questions
Case Studies
2 Lectures 09:40
Case Study: NASDAQ Composite - Marketome Theory

About the Instructor
Anthony Klatch
4.6 Average rating
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47 Students
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Former Hedge Fund Manager, Author, Stock Market Analyst, MBA

Mr. Anthony J. Klatch II was born in Hazleton, PA, and was classified as a genius at the age of five years old by scoring 174 IQ on the Wechsler Intelligence scale. At the age of 22 he was given the Wonderlic Test of personality/intelligence, and he scored at 47 out of 50. His parents were both academics, and his father taught English and French for nearly thirty years, which fueled a drive for writing.

Up until 2011, Mr. Klatch had a well respected reputation as a seasoned financial manager providing invaluable insight to all aspects of hedge fund management including: portfolio management; risk control; and asset allocation related to various fund product offerings and corporate institutional mandates. He has been recognized as a talented manager with an exceptional track record for increasing the performance of funds through the use of a wide range of sophisticated quantitative analysis techniques that Mr. Klatch refined after mentoring with a hedge fund billionaire for several years.

As a testament to Mr. Klatch’s success in the financial industry, he has acted as an experienced hedge fund manager with an impressive background in both corporate operations and marketing, Mr. Klatch has managed and served as an advisor for several hedge funds, including TheOpenFund L.P., ACT Capital management, LLC, ARM Capital Partners, LP, GlobalFunds Capital Management LLC, TASK Capital Partners, LP, and Vigilant Capital Management, LLC. His work as a skilled hedge fund manager has been duly noticed by a number of prestigious institutions. In 2006, he received honors in Trader Monthly Magazine for his stellar performance as both a fund manager and corporate risk management professional as one of the top 30 traders in the country.

In addition to his expertise in risk management, fund marketing, and financial oversight, Mr. Klatch is also a successful entrepreneur and start-up professional. In addition to starting several large-scale hedge funds, Mr. Klatch also designed innovative software systems that dramatically improved his financial performance. He is also Co-founder and Managing Partner of an e-business IT integration firm that served Fortune 100 and 500 clients such as Oracle Inc., Nastech Pharmaceuticals, GlaxoSmithKline, AT&T, Lucent, and Cisco Systems Inc. He also started two separate e-businesses based upon secure cloud infrastructure – where he continues to serve as a Senior Founding Board Member and Managing Partner.

Mr. Klatch’s cross-functional expertise in both financial management and technology has its foundations in his dual educational credentials. Mr. Klatch was educated in the MBA program in Project Management from Lehigh University, recognized as one of the top five MBA providers in the country. He also earned a B.S. in Information and Systems Engineering in addition to an Honors Degree in the prestigious Integrated Business and Engineering Honors Program from Lehigh University.