High Probability Trading Across Any Market: Stocks & Forex
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Learn how to become the Casino and not the Gambler. Trade across multiple financial markets including Forex & Stocks
4.1 (33 ratings)
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Created by Vincent Merven
Last updated 5/2017
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  • 18 hours on-demand video
  • 21 Articles
  • 33 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
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  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Trade across multiple financial markets including stocks, forex, metals and more
  • Identify the best markets to trade and how to find High Probability trades in those markets putting the odds in your favour
  • Identify the Big Picture in any financial market and how to adjust your trade strategy to fit into any market
  • Trade the market on a shorter time frame and learn to make money in both up and down markets
  • Apply Technical Analysis by identifying Candlestick Patterns & Chart Patterns across multiple time frames and how to trade them effectively
  • Create your own trading system to ensure it fits it with the market you want to trade and the time you have avaliable
  • Create your own Trading Business Plan in order to give you trading direction & vision
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Requirements
  • Students do not require any prior experience in financial markets or trading, to successfully complete and understand this course. This course has been design in a very visual and easy to understand format so that students of all levels can understand and apply what they have learnt.
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Learn To Trade The Financial Markets With High Probability And Put The Odd’s In Your Favor. You Will Learn Everything You Need To Know In Order To Become A Profitable Trader. Learn To Also Create A Trading System That Suits You And Allows You To Trade According To The Time You Have Available & The Market You Want To Trade.

- 91% Of Traders Lose Money In The Long Term, Learn How to Become A part Of The 9% 

- No Confusing Financial Jargon 

- No Intimidating Financial Calculations 

- Everything Taught In This Course Is Simple And Easy To Understand

- We Help, Support And Coach You Every Step Of The Way

- Get A FREE 2 Week Trial Of The Motrendtum Traders Academy Basecamp & Equity Lab


You will learn how to:

- Trade & Make Money In Both Bull & Bear Markets

- Trade Across Multiple Financial Markets

- Find The Strongest High Probability Markets To Trade

- Make Consistent Profits & Earn Extra Income 

- Make Your Trading Strategy Fit Who You Are And How You Want To Trade   

- Use Multiple Technical Analysis Tools And How To Use Them Collectively For The Best Trading Results

- Create A Trading Business Plan To Guide Your Trading 

- Minimize Losses And Maximizes Profits

The Stock Market Is A Fundamental Pillar For Wealth Creation

Trading the financial markets is by far one of the easiest ways to create serious wealth and is accessible to anyone no matter where you are in the world. When you learn to trade the financial markets, you are able to directly benefit from massive amounts of money it makes available to you everyday. This course will put you in control of your financial future and allow you the opportunity to create wealth and financial freedom in your life.

Content And Overview

This course is suitable for students of all levels, whether you have traded the financial market before or you haven't. We will start from the very beginning looking at the "Big Picture"and why we should always be trading according to the "Big Picture". We will then look at multiple Technical Analysis Tools and how to use them together to ensure you are always stacking the odds in your favor and only trading with High Probability. Each section closes off with a summary of what was learnt and there are also a number of practical exercises you can do through out the course, allowing you to continuously put your new learnt skills into practice immediately.

We will then cover some key topics that are responsible from separating the average Traders from the Best Traders. Here we will talk about things like Risk Management, Common Trading Mistakes, Trading Psychology, Creating A Trading Business Plan and More 

With these basics mastered and in place, we will then finish off with how do you take the information learnt in this course and make it your own to ensure it fits in with who you are, how you want to trade and the markets you are interested in trading.

This course comes complete with all the trading tools and resources you need in order to become a successful trader.  

MY PERFORMANCE GUARANTEE: Students completing this course will acquire the knowledge, understanding and skill they need in order make big profits trading the stock market, time and time again.

Enroll Now And Take Control Of Your Financial Future Today!!!

Who is the target audience?
  • This course is for students who are passionate about wealth creation and financial freedom. Course content is suitable for students of all levels; whether you have traded the stock market before or you haven’t.
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Curriculum For This Course
105 Lectures
18:14:51
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The Big Picture - Keep On Keeping On
20 Lectures 04:47:51

A warm welcome to you and a massive thanks for choosing Motrendtum Traders Academy as your preferred Educational resource when it comes to learning how to Trade & Invest the Financial Markets. 

Preview 02:05

So what does it take to become a successful trader? Well actually quite a lot of work that most people tend to over look. You need to look at trading like a business and take it seriously and why we should never settle for just average when it comes to our trading.

Preview 06:48

Learn what the Big Picture is when it comes to analyzing the financial markets and why its always important to continuously keep on eye an it. 

The Big Picture
09:31

Learn how to use Relative Strength Analysis to identify key areas of the market showing significant strength and weakness. These are the areas of the market that provide High Probability trade setups and forms the cornerstone of our trade strategy. 

Relative Strength Analysis
17:24

The 1st layer of the market that we put under the microscope are the various global markets around the world. We compare these markets to each other and find the market showing the highest probability and the most momentum.

Market vs Market
19:48

Once we have identified the strongest market that we would like to trade in, we now begin to break that market down by the sectors that make it up and then compare the strength of the sectors to the market itself to find the strongest & weakest sectors within that market.

Market vs Sector - Part 1
16:54

Market vs Sectors Relative Strength Analysis Continued...

Market vs Sector - Part 2
06:00

Once we know which of our sectors are the strongest and the weakest, we can now compare those sectors to each other in order to find our Darlings & Dogs of the market sectors.

Sector vs Sector
19:46

Now that we have our Darling and Dog sectors identified, we can now begin unpacking the stocks within those sectors and find the stocks that are driving those sectors the most in an upward or downward direction.

Sector vs Stock - Part 1
13:22

Sectors vs Stocks Relative Analysis Continued...

Sector vs Stock - Part 2
12:00

Sectors vs Stocks Relative Analysis Continued...

Sector vs Stock - Part 3
16:03

Now that we have a watch-list of the strongest and weakest stocks in the market, we can take it one step further and compare these stocks to each other and prioritize them in terms of strength and momentum and which of them are showing the greatest momentum to trade.

Stock vs Stock
19:33

A detailed walk through of the Motrendtum Equity Lab Platform, showcasing the key features and benefits that you can get access to when you choose to leverage the platform in its most powerful ways 

Preview 17:14

Motrendtum Equity Lab Platform Walk-through Continued...

Motrendtum Equity Lab - Part 2
19:36

Motrendtum Equity Lab Platform Walk-through Continued...

Motrendtum Equity Lab - Part 3
19:18

Motrendtum Equity Lab Platform Walk-through Continued...

Motrendtum Equity Lab - Part 4
19:56

Take a tour of the Motrendtum Equity Lab Platform and see first hand the benefits that it will bring to your Trading & Investing.

Take A Tour of the Motrendtum Equity Lab Platfrom
00:09

A Community of like minded traders, trading the Motrendtum system together.

Get your weekly Best of Best Stock update from here with exactly which trades are triggering & Confirming. As well as weekly market analysis, big picture market overviews and all the help & support you need in your trading.

Preview 13:02

Learn to find the strongest currency and the weakest currency in the Forex market over different time frames and how to trade those 2 currencies up against each other

Forex & Metals - Part 1
19:29

Forex & Metals Relative Strength Analysis Continued...

Forex & Metals - Part 2
19:53
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Technical Analysis - Candlestick Patterns
43 Lectures 04:57:00

Now that we have the Big Picture perspective on the overall market and we have our watch list of key stocks and sectors. We are now going to learn about the Smaller picture which is Technical Analysis and how we use it to trade the market on shorter time frame in an upward and downward direction.

Preview 05:06

Believe it or not, the financial markets move in waves as buyers and sellers interact with each other. Elliot Wave Theory explains how these waves work and how we can use them in our trading to trade with the trend as well as when the market is showing signs of a reversal.

Elliot Wave Theory
02:29

We focus on 2 key momentum indicators that we can use together with the our price charts in order to get additional confirmation when price begins to move and to measure whether the move of the price is backed by momentum in the market or if the ground below or above that price is hollow and lacks the convection needed for strong price move.

Momentum Indicators
12:52

Fibonacci numbers reflect the mathematical relationship between a variety of proportions found in nature. These include flowers, seashells, stars and the human body among other things. The stock market seems to ebb and flow according to the Fibonacci number sequence too. Elliot wave theory states that the market ebbs and flows in a series of waves. The proportions of those waves often follow the Fibonacci sequence of numbers.

Fibonacci Numbers & Retracement Level
15:32

Volumes studies & OBV (On Balance Volume) gives you insight into the strength of buyers and sellers. It can be argued that for every buyers there is a seller which is true but it’s about how these buyers and sellers express themselves through the volumes in a trade. In this lecture you will learn how to use volume together with price movement and how we can leverage it before big price moves happen in the market.

Volume Studies & OBV
18:03

When it comes to price charts we all know that price can be plotted on a chart over different time frames. We can have charts from a monthly time frame where each candle represents a full month of price action all the they down to weekly, daily, 4 hourly, 1 hour, 30 min, 15 min, 10 min, 5 min and then a tick chart which is the pulse of the market. This lecture will teach you how to analyse the Big Picture through multiple time frames and how we use these time frames to perfectly time our entry into the market.

3 + 1 Time Frames
16:47

Candlestick Patterns are a big focus for many traders and they are said to be the emotional side of technical analysis allowing us to read the interaction between buyers and sellers in a very visual way and how we can use candlesticks to gain market insights.

Preview 05:17

Learn the different elements of what makes up a candlestick and how to read and interpret that info. We will also cover the key foundational candlesticks that are the most common on any price chart and how these will be combined together to make up the various candlestick patterns we talk about the lectures that follow. 

Preview 18:33

Knowledge will always only remain knowledge until you implement what you have learn't. As soon as you begin applying and practicing what you learn't that knowledge now becomes power and will enable you to begin identifying and trading these candlestick patterns in a High Probability way. Complete the exercise provided and begin applying the knowledge you learnt in the previous lecture and beginning turn that knowledge into power

Candlestick Basics EXERCISE
00:09

Doji's are very common candlesticks found on price charts however they do signal an interesting interaction between buyers and sellers. We also get different types of Doji candlesticks which is all covered in this lecture in detail.

The Magic Doji
13:30

Majority of the lectures that follow are organised in a certain way and here we cover the various aspects of the templates and the information that can be found on these templates to ensure you understand exactly what we are talking about and don't lose you at any point along the way.

Preview 07:26

Single Candlestick Pattern

The Hammer - Bullish Reversal Pattern found at the bottom of a price move and needs to have a lower shadow 2 x the length of it's body. This signals Bulls have now entered the market and signalling pricing reversing in an upward direction.

The Hangman - Bearish Reversal Pattern and is the opposite to a Hammer Pattern and is found at the top of a price move signalling a reversal of the upward price move into a downward direction.

The Takari - Is identified exactly the same way as a Hammer Pattern however the lower shadow in this instance is 3 x the length of the body making it even more bullish and showing a strong signal for an upward move in price reversal.

The Hammer, Hangman & Takuri Line
10:58

Knowledge will always only remain knowledge until you implement what you have learn't. As soon as you begin applying and practicing what you learn't that knowledge now becomes power and will enable you to begin identifying and trading these candlestick patterns in a High Probability way. Complete the exercise provided and begin applying the knowledge you learnt in the previous lecture and beginning turn that knowledge into power.   

The Hammer, Hangman & Takuri Line EXERCISE
00:09

Single Candlestick Pattern

Bullish Belt Hold - Is a bullish reversal pattern forming at the bottom of a downward price move signalling the reversal of price in an upward direction. Made up of a large Bullish candle with no lower shadow and price driven higher by the bulls with a possible small upper shadow.

Bearish Belt Hold - Is a bearish reversal pattern forming at the top of a upward price move signalling the reversal of price in an downward direction. Made up of a large Bearish candle with no upper shadow and price driven lower by the bears with a possible small lower shadow.

The Belt Hold Pattern
10:33

Knowledge will always only remain knowledge until you implement what you have learn't. As soon as you begin applying and practicing what you learn't that knowledge now becomes power and will enable you to begin identifying and trading these candlestick patterns in a High Probability way. Complete the exercise provided and begin applying the knowledge you learnt in the previous lecture and beginning turn that knowledge into power.

The Belt Hold Pattern EXERCISE
00:09

Dual Candlestick Patterns:

Inverted Hammer - Is a predominantly a Bearish continuation pattern made up by 2 candlestick patterns in a downward price move. We have a large bear candle followed by an upside down hammer candlestick signalling that the bulls are trying to push this price higher but bears are still in control and push the price back down forming the long upper shadow on the inverted hammer candle. Price generally continues moving in a downward direction majority of the time.

Shooting Star - is a Bullish continuation pattern on balance of probability and is made up by 2 candlestick patterns in a upward price move. We have a large bull candle followed by an upside down hammer candlestick signalling that the bears are trying to push this price higher but the bears attempt to  push the price back down forming the long upper shadow on the inverted hammer candle. Bulls are generally still in control as shown by the large bull candle before the the inverted hammer candle and price continues to move higher.

Inverted Hammer & Shooting Star
10:34

Knowledge will always only remain knowledge until you implement what you have learn't. As soon as you begin applying and practicing what you learn't that knowledge now becomes power and will enable you to begin identifying and trading these candlestick patterns in a High Probability way. Complete the exercise provided and begin applying the knowledge you learnt in the previous lecture and beginning turn that knowledge into power.

Inverted Hammer & Shooting Star EXERCISE
00:09

Dual Candlestick Pattern

Bullish Engulfing - Is a Bullish reversal pattern made up of 2 candlesticks. Price is moving in a downward direction, we then have a bearish candlestick which is then followed by a large Bullish candlestick which engulfs the full body of the previous bear candle. This is a signal that Bulls have now taken control of the market and price could potentially reverse in an upward direction.

Bearish Engulfing - Is a Bearish reversal pattern made up of 2 candlesticks. Price is moving in an upward direction, we then have a bullish candlestick which is then followed by a large Bearish candlestick which engulfs the full body of the previous bull candle. This is a signal that Bears have now taken control of the market and price could potentially reverse in an downward direction.

Preview 12:25

Knowledge will always only remain knowledge until you implement what you have learn't. As soon as you begin applying and practicing what you learn't that knowledge now becomes power and will enable you to begin identifying and trading these candlestick patterns in a High Probability way. Complete the exercise provided and begin applying the knowledge you learnt in the previous lecture and beginning turn that knowledge into power.

Engulfing Candles EXERCISE
00:09

Dual Candlestick Pattern

Above The Stomach - Is a Bullish reversal pattern made up of 2 candlesticks. We have price moving in a downward direction and our first candle in the pattern is a bear candle closing near the low of the price move which is then followed by a bullish candle the opens at least 50% above the midway point of the previous bear candle signalling that bulls have aggressively jumped into the market and are forcing the market to reversal in a sharp upward direction.

Below The Stomach - Is a Bearish reversal pattern made up of 2 candlesticks. We have price moving in an upward direction and our first candle in the pattern is a bull candle closing near the high of the price move which is then followed by a bearish candle the opens at least 50% below the midway point of the previous bull candle signalling that bears have aggressively jumped into the market and are forcing the market to reversal in a sharp downward direction.

Below & Above The Stomach
05:29

Knowledge will always only remain knowledge until you implement what you have learn't. As soon as you begin applying and practicing what you learn't that knowledge now becomes power and will enable you to begin identifying and trading these candlestick patterns in a High Probability way. Complete the exercise provided and begin applying the knowledge you learnt in the previous lecture and beginning turn that knowledge into power.

Below & Above The Stomach EXERCISE
00:09

Dual Candlestick Pattern

Dark Cloud Cover - Is a Bearish reversal pattern made up of 2 candlesticks. We have price moving in an upward direction with our first candle being a bull candle. We then have a candle that proceeds to open higher than the previous close showing the bulls trying to aggressively push the market higher. However on price opening above the previous close, the bears jump into the market right from the start and begin pushing the price in a downward direction to eventually form a bear candle and signalling a reversal in price in a downward direction.

Piercing Pattern - Is a Bullish reversal pattern made up of 2 candlesticks. We have price moving in an downward direction with our first candle being a bear candle. We then have a candle that proceeds to open lower than the previous close showing the bears trying to aggressively push the market lower. However on price opening below the previous close, the bulls jump into the market right from the start and begin pushing the price in an upward direction to eventually form a bull candle and signalling a reversal in price in an upward direction.

Dark Cloud Cover & Piercing Patterns
09:18

Knowledge will always only remain knowledge until you implement what you have learn't. As soon as you begin applying and practicing what you learn't that knowledge now becomes power and will enable you to begin identifying and trading these candlestick patterns in a High Probability way. Complete the exercise provided and begin applying the knowledge you learnt in the previous lecture and beginning turn that knowledge into power.

Dark Cloud Cover & Piercing Patterns EXERCISE
00:09

Dual Candlestick Pattern

Bullish Separating Lines - This is a bullish continuation pattern with price moving in an upward direction. We then have a bear candle which is the first candle within our dual candlestick pattern, which is then followed by a very bullish candle which opens at the same level as the previous bear candles open and price continues moving in an upward direction with the close of the bull candle separating and moving in the opposite direction to the bear candle before it. 

Bearish Separating Lines - This is a bearish continuation pattern with price moving in an downward direction. We then have a bull candle which is the first candle within our dual candlestick pattern, which is then followed by a very bearish candle which opens at the same level as the previous bull candles open and price continues moving in an downward direction with the close of the bear candle separating and moving in the opposite direction to the bull candle before it. 

Bullish & Bearish Separating Lines
05:40

An Example of a Bullish Separating Line Pattern

Bullish & Bearish Separating Lines EXAMPLE
00:02

Dual Candlestick Pattern

Bearish Doji Star - This is commonly known as a bearish reversal pattern but statics show us that on balance of probability its actually a bullish continuation pattern. Price is begins by moving in an upward direction and the first candle within our pattern is a bull candle. The 2nd candle that follows is a doji candle (can be an type of Doji candle). This now signifies a balance between bulls and bears in the market but on balance of probability price generally continues moving in it prevailing direction and in this instance it would in a upward bullish direction.Bullish 

Bullish Doji Star - This is commonly known as a bullish reversal pattern but statics show us that on balance of probability its actually a bearish continuation pattern. Price is begins by moving in an downward direction and the first candle within our pattern is a bear candle. The 2nd candle that follows is a doji candle (can be an type of Doji candle). This now signifies a balance between bulls and bears in the market but on balance of probability price generally continues moving in it prevailing direction and in this instance it would in a downward bearish direction.

Bullish & Bearish Doji Star
08:25

Knowledge will always only remain knowledge until you implement what you have learn't. As soon as you begin applying and practicing what you learn't that knowledge now becomes power and will enable you to begin identifying and trading these candlestick patterns in a High Probability way. Complete the exercise provided and begin applying the knowledge you learnt in the previous lecture and beginning turn that knowledge into power.

Bullish & Bearish Doji Star EXERCISE
00:09

Dual Candlestick Pattern

Rising & Falling Gaps are very popular when it comes to candlestick patterns and they frequently show up on price charts. A gap in an upward direction is known as a rising gap and signifies that the bulls have taken complete control of the price and have entered the market with such vigor that it has caused price to jump higher creating a gap between the previous close and the open of the next candle. The same occurs for downward gaps and are known as falling gaps. A falling gap signifies that the bears have taken complete control of the price and have entered the market with such vigor that it has caused price to jump lower creating a gap between the previous close and the open of the next candle.

This dual candlestick pattern is a very powerful one and shows a large presence of either buyers or seller entering the market. Gaps also provide us with key levels of support and resistance and you often find price bouncing off these lines of support and resistance. Once price moves back over the gap of a price itis said that the gap is now closed and no longer has as much significance as it once carried.

Rising & Falling Gaps / Windows
16:54

Knowledge will always only remain knowledge until you implement what you have learn't. As soon as you begin applying and practicing what you learn't that knowledge now becomes power and will enable you to begin identifying and trading these candlestick patterns in a High Probability way. Complete the exercise provided and begin applying the knowledge you learnt in the previous lecture and beginning turn that knowledge into power.

Rising & Falling Gaps / Windows EXERCISE
00:09

Trio Candlestick Pattern

Morning Star Reversal - This is bullish reversal pattern and can be a very powerful candlestick pattern depending on where it forms on a price chart. You often find them at the bottom of a significant downward price move and is identified by the first candle in the pattern being a bold bear candle showing price is still being driven down by the bears. What then follows is a small real bodied candle (Not a Doji) showing a slow down in price movement and that more bulls are now entering the market. The 2nd small real bodied candle somewhat gaps down from the the previous bear candle. The gap only needs to exist between the candle bodies of the first candle and the second candle but the candle shadows can overlap. The 3rd candle within our pattern is a bold bullish candle that also gaps upwards from the 2nd candle and also needs to have the bodies gapping and the candle shadows can overlap. The Bullish candle must also be quite an aggressive candle and the close of the bull candle needs to penetrate at least 50% into the body of the 1st candle within our pattern (Bear Candle). This large bull candle now signals that momentum has changed hands and the bulls have taken control of price movement and are now trying to reverse price and move it in an upward direction. 

Evening Star Reversal - This is bearish reversal pattern and can be a very powerful candlestick pattern depending on where it forms on a price chart. You often find them at the top of a significant upward price move and is identified by the first candle in the pattern being a bold bull candle showing price is still being driven up by the bulls. What then follows is a small real bodied candle (Not a Doji) showing a slow down in price movement and that more bears are now entering the market. The 2nd small real bodied candle somewhat gaps up from the the previous bull candle. The gap only needs to exist between the candle bodies of the first candle and the second candle but the candle shadows can overlap.  The 3rd candle within our pattern is a bold bearish candle that also gaps downwards from the 2nd candle and also needs to have the bodies gapping and the candle shadows can overlap. The Bearish candle must also be quite an aggressive candle and the close of the bear candle needs to penetrate at least 50% into the body of the 1st candle within our pattern (Bull Candle). This large bear candle now signals that momentum has changed hands and the bears have taken control of price movement and are now trying to reverse price and move it in an downward direction.

Morning & Evening Star Reversal
12:36

Knowledge will always only remain knowledge until you implement what you have learn't. As soon as you begin applying and practicing what you learn't that knowledge now becomes power and will enable you to begin identifying and trading these candlestick patterns in a High Probability way. Complete the exercise provided and begin applying the knowledge you learnt in the previous lecture and beginning turn that knowledge into power.

Morning & Evening Star Reversal EXERCISE
00:09

Trio Candlestick Pattern

This pattern setup is identical to the Morning & Evening Star Reversal however the 2nd candle in our pattern is now a Doji candlestick as appose to a small real bodies candle. We interpret price movement in the exact same way.

Morning Doji Star Reversal - This is bullish reversal pattern and can be a very powerful candlestick pattern depending on where it forms on a price chart. You often find them at the bottom of a significant downward price move and is identified by the first candle in the pattern being a bold bear candle showing price is still being driven down by the bears. What then follows is a Doji candle (known as the star in this pattern) showing a complete slow down in price movement and that bulls & bears are now at equilibrium in the market. The Doji candle somewhat gaps down from the the previous bear candle. The gap only needs to exist between the candle bodies of the first candle and the Doji but the candle shadows can overlap. The 3rd candle within our pattern is a bold bullish candle that also gaps upwards from the 2nd candle and also needs to have the bodies gapping but the candle shadows can overlap. The Bullish candle must also be quite an aggressive candle and the close of the bull candle needs to penetrate at least 50% into the body of the 1st candle within the pattern (Bear Candle). This large bull candle now signals that momentum has now changed hands and the bulls have taken control of price movement and are now trying to reverse price and move it in an upward direction. 

Evening Star Reversal - This is bearish reversal pattern and can be a very powerful candlestick pattern depending on where it forms on a price chart. You often find them at the top of a significant upward price move and is identified by the first candle in the pattern being a bold bull candle showing price is still being driven up by the bulls. What then follows is a Doji candle (known as the star in this pattern) showing a complete slow down in price movement and that bulls & bears are now at equilibrium in the market. The Doji candle somewhat gaps up from the the previous bear candle. The gap only needs to exist between the candle bodies of the first candle and the Doji candle but the candle shadows can overlap. The 3rd candle within our pattern is a bold bearish candle that also gaps downwards from the 2nd candle and also needs to have the bodies gapping but the candle shadows can overlap. The Bearish candle must also be quite an aggressive candle and the close of the bear candle needs to penetrate at least 50% into the body of the 1st candle (Bull Candle). This large bear candle now signals that momentum has now changed hands and the bears have taken control of price movement and are now trying to reverse price and move it in an downward direction.

Morning & Evening Doji Star Reversal
15:37

Trio Candlestick Pattern

This pattern setup is identical to the Morning & Evening Doji Star Reversal however the gaps between or 2nd candle and our 1st & 3rd Candle has got a clear gap between bodies and shadows with no overlap at all. This candlestick pattern is extremely rare however we interpret price movement in the exact same way if we ever do come across one of these patterns.

Abandon Baby Bottom - This is bullish reversal pattern and can be a very powerful candlestick pattern depending on where it forms on a price chart. You often find them at the bottom of a significant downward price move and is identified by the first candle in the pattern being a bold bear candle showing price is still being driven down by the bears. What then follows is a Doji candle (known as the Abandoned Baby in this pattern) showing a complete slow down in price movement and that bulls & bears are now at equilibrium in the market. The Doji candle gaps completely down from the the previous bear candle. The gap must have no overlap in price and there must be a clear space between both candles on the price chart. The 3rd candle within our pattern is a bold bullish candle that also completely gaps upwards from the 2nd candle and must not overlap in price at all. The Bullish candle must also be quite an aggressive candle and the close of the bull candle needs to penetrate at least 50% into the body of the 1st candle within the pattern (Bear Candle). This large bull candle now signals that momentum has now changed hands and the bulls have taken control of price movement and are now trying to reverse price and move it in an upward direction. 

Evening Star Reversal - This is bearish reversal pattern and can be a very powerful candlestick pattern depending on where it forms on a price chart. You often find them at the top of a significant upward price move and is identified by the first candle in the pattern being a bold bull candle showing price is still being driven up by the bulls. What then follows is a Doji candle (known as the Abandoned Baby in this pattern) showing a complete slow down in price movement and that bulls & bears are now at equilibrium in the market. The Doji candle gaps completely up from the the previous bear candle. The gap must have no overlap in price and there must be a clear space between both candles on the price chart. The 3rd candle within our pattern is a bold bearish candle that also completely gaps downwards from the 2nd candle and must not overlap in price at all. The Bearish candle must also be quite an aggressive candle and the close of the bear candle needs to penetrate at least 50% into the body of the 1st candle (Bull Candle). This large bear candle now signals that momentum has now changed hands and the bears have taken control of price movement and are now trying to reverse price and move it in an downward direction.

Abandon Baby Bottom & Top
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Trio Candlestick Pattern

3 Black Crows - This is a Bearish Continuation pattern and is formed when we have 3 bold bearish candles that form one after each other in a downward direction and overlap to some extent. This shows that the bears are very much in control of this market and we can expect price to continue moving further down.

3 White Soldiers - This is a Bullish Continuation pattern and is formed when we have 3 bold bull candles that form one after each other in an upward direction and overlap to some extent. This shows that the bulls are very much in control of this market and we can expect price to continue moving further up.

3 Black Crows & 3 White Soldiers
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Knowledge will always only remain knowledge until you implement what you have learn't. As soon as you begin applying and practicing what you learn't that knowledge now becomes power and will enable you to begin identifying and trading these candlestick patterns in a High Probability way. Complete the exercise provided and begin applying the knowledge you learnt in the previous lecture and beginning turn that knowledge into power.

3 Black Crows & 3 White Soldiers EXERCISE
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Trio Candlestick Pattern

3 Inside Up - We interpret the first 2 candles in this pattern exactly the same as a Harami Candlestick pattern (Inside Day) however we are now adding a 3rd candlestick into this mix and that 3rd candle is a bold bull candle signalling that bulls have won the battle in market equilibrium and are now trying to push price in an upward direction.

3 Inside Down - We interpret the first 2 candles in this pattern exactly the same as a Harami Candlestick pattern (Inside Day) however we are now adding a 3rd candlestick into this mix and that 3rd candle is a bold bear candle signalling that bears have won the battle in market equilibrium and are now trying to push price in a downward direction.

3 Inside Up & Down
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Knowledge will always only remain knowledge until you implement what you have learn't. As soon as you begin applying and practicing what you learn't that knowledge now becomes power and will enable you to begin identifying and trading these candlestick patterns in a High Probability way. Complete the exercise provided and begin applying the knowledge you learnt in the previous lecture and beginning turn that knowledge into power.

3 Inside Up & Down EXERCISE
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Trio Candlestick Pattern

3 Outside Up - We interpret the first 2 candles in this pattern exactly the same as a Bullish Engulfing Candlestick pattern however we are now adding a 3rd candlestick into this mix and that 3rd candle is a bold bull candle signalling that bulls have remained in control of the market since the engulfing candle formed and is further confirmation that bulls are still pushing price in a strong upward direction.

3 Outside Up - We interpret the first 2 candles in this pattern exactly the same as a Bearish Engulfing Candlestick pattern however we are now adding a 3rd candlestick into this mix and that 3rd candle is a bold bear candle signalling that bears have remained in control of the market since the engulfing candle formed and is further confirmation that bears are still pushing price in a strong downward direction.

3 Outside Up & Down
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Quad Candlestick Pattern

Bullish 3 Line Strike - It is often said that this is a bullish continuation pattern but statics shows that its more of a bearish reversal pattern on balance of probabilities. This candlestick pattern is very rare and does not form very often however we identify it as follows. Price is moving in an upward direction but what then follows is a large bearish candle which "Strikes" through the last 3 candles worth of price action in a downward direction. It is essentially telling us that a large amount of bears have enter the market andthat they have managed to erase 3 days worth of bullish price movement is a single day and is a clear signal that price is probably going to reverse in the opposite direction. 

Bearish 3 Line Strike - It is often said that this is a bearish continuation pattern but statics shows that its more of a bullish reversal pattern on balance of probabilities. This candlestick pattern is very rare and does not form very often however we identify it as follows. Price is moving in a downward direction but what then follows is a large bullish candle which "Strikes" through the last 3 candles worth of price action in an upward direction. It is essentially telling us that a large amount of bulls have enter the market and that they have managed to erase 3 days worth of bearish price movement is a single day and is a clear signal that price is probably going to reverse in the opposite direction. 

3 Line Strike Bullish & Bearish
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5 Or More Candlestick Pattern

The Rising Three Method - This pattern is a continuation pattern that appears in an uptrend. The first candlestick Bullish candlestick with a large real body. The following few candlesticks should be smaller bearish candlesticks. These candlesticks should not exceed the range of the first candlestick. In other words it should be within the high and low of the first candlestick. The last candlestick that completes the pattern should open higher than the close of its preceding candlestick and should close above the close of the first candlestick. This pattern is more reliable if the first candlestick does not have much upper and lower 

The Falling Three Methods - Is the opposite of the rising three methods and appears in a downtrend. The first candlestick in this pattern is a Bearish candlestick with a large real body. The following few candlesticks should be smaller rising candlesticks that are bullish candles. These candlesticks should not exceed the high or the low of the first candlestick. The last candlestick that completes the pattern should below the close of its preceding candlestick and should close lower that the close of the first candlestick.

3 Rising & Falling Candles
11:05

Download the PDF in the resource section of this lecture to get a 53 Page cheat sheet of all the Candlestick Patterns covered here in section 2.

Candlestick Pattern Cheat Sheet
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Knowledge will always only remain knowledge until you implement what you have learn't. As soon as you begin applying and practicing what you learn't that knowledge now becomes power and will enable you to begin identifying and trading these candlestick patterns in a High Probability way. Complete the exercise provided and begin applying the knowledge you learnt in the previous lecture and beginning turn that knowledge into power.

Putting It All Together EXERCISE
00:12

Get all the answers to previous exercise and see how close you got to identifying all of the Candlestick patterns.

Putting It All Together ANSWER
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Technical Analysis Continued - Chart Patterns
27 Lectures 06:00:40

As powerful as candlestick patterns are on their own, these techniques are even more powerful when combined together with other forms of technical analysis helping us to ensure the on balance of probabilities the trade going in our favor is high and gives us more confidence to execute our trade and enter the market. Well that is exactly what we are going to look at now as we explore the different types of Chart Patterns we find in the markets, how we interpret them and most importantly how do we trade them.

As we saw with candlestick patterns you get 2 types of patterns, namely continuation and reversal patterns and the same applies when it comes to chart patterns.

Preview 14:27

Price can trend in an upward or downward direction depending on which direction our minor highs and lows are moving. A price is said to be trending in an upward direction when a price if forming higher high's and higher low's which can be joined by a straight line. The opposite is also true and a price is said to be trending in a downward direction when price is forming lower low's and lower highs.

Once the trend line is broken through we need to begin reinterpret the the price direction to see if price is going to continue moving in the same direction or is it going to reverse and move in the opposite direction and how does that impact our approach to the market. 

Rising & Downward Trendlines
12:59

Support and Resistance are the single most important concepts in trading stocks. If there is one thing I beg of you to take away from this Technical Analyses section it would be Support and Resistance and knowing how to identify where those levels are. Defining support and resistance is not as easy and you might say that support occurs when buying demand halts a price decline and resistance is when selling pressure overwhelms buying demand and stops a price rise. Those definitions are certainly true, but you could just be describing a minor low or minor high. Perhaps a better definition would include several minor lows or minor highs stopping near the same price multiple times. Support and resistance are not individual price points, but rather thick price level bands of that slow or even stop price movement. Prices do pierce support or resistance areas, and sometimes it occurs quite quickly; at other times, numerous attempts must be made by enthusiastic buyers trying to overwhelm just as enthusiastic sellers.

Eventually, one of the two warring parties wins. If buyers win, prices burst through the resistance level and may even gap upward. If sellers win, prices tumble. For traders, the trick is to anticipate where prices will stall and to trade accordingly. An important thing to note is that you should always extend your SAR lines in to the future because more often than you would think past SAR levels tend to play out again in future. If you have those all drawn in and extend to the future you will pick it up a lot easier.

Support & Resistance
18:53

Double Bottoms are Bullish reversal patterns with price entering in a downward direction, followed by 2 significant lows forming almost a "W" shape in price. We get 2 types of bottoms namely an the "Adam" bottom which is quite sharp and pointed in price reversal and the the other is called the "Eve" bottom which is far more rounded and gradual as price reverses. Upon price breaking higher and through the confirmation level being the high of our initial reversal, this now gives us the go ahead that the pattern has now confirmed and price could potentially continue moving higher.

Double Bottoms
19:36

Double Tops are Bearish reversal patterns with price entering in an upward direction, followed by 2 significant highs forming almost a M" shape in price. We get 2 types of Tops namely an the "Adam" Top which is quite sharp and pointed in price reversal and the the other is called the "Eve" Top which is far more rounded and gradual as price reverses. Upon price breaking lower and through the confirmation level being the low of our initial reversal, this now gives us the go ahead that the pattern has now confirmed and price could potentially continue moving lower.

Double Tops
17:47

Triple Tops & Bottoms are very similar to Double Tops and Bottoms except they have 3 significant highs and lows which either from along Support for a Triple Bottoms or along Resistance for Triple Tops. Pattern confirmation and price direction is interpreted exactly the same there after.

Triple Tops & Bottoms
06:10

Rectangle Tops & Bottoms are identified in a very similar fashion to the Double / Triple Tops & Bottoms however price tends to consolidate and oscillate in a horizontal direction forming several minor highs and lows along support and resistance. Price break out can be in any direction and upon price breaking through either support of resistance this would confirm our pattern and a trade in the direction of the break out can be taken. 

Rectangle Tops & Bottoms
15:00

Bullish & Bearish Channels are identified in a very similar fashion to the previous rectangle pattern however price tends to consolidate and oscillate in an upward or downward direction forming several minor highs and lows along support and resistance. Price break out can be in any direction and upon price breaking through either support of resistance this would confirm our pattern and a trade in the direction of the break out can be taken. 

Bullish & Bearish Channel
06:44

Triangle patterns are one of my favorite patterns to trade because they give you amazing Risk Reward Ratios on your trades and they are also one of the most reliable patterns to trade as long as you get the direction right which I will show you how to do from when the trading action beginnings to narrow into a tighter and tighter range. Because a triangle is generally a continuation pattern it tends to break out in the same direction it entered the pattern. So in uptrend you can expect break to the upside and in a down trend expect a break to the down side. We will know look at 3 a symmetrical triangle pattern, how it forms and how to we trade it.

Preview 14:05

Ascending & Descending Triangle patterns are very similar to their cousin the symmetrical triangle pattern. However they have differ by the trend lines that they form between. Where a Symmetrical Triangle forms between 2 diagonal slopping trend lines converging towards each other squeezing price into the apex of the the triangle, the Ascending & Descending Triangle forms between a flat horizontal line and a diagonal line slightly changing the way we read and interpret the pattern. This lecture will now cover those key differences and how we approach the market when we identify a pattern like this forming on a price chart.

Ascending & Descending Triangle
18:52

Pennants are similar to triangles in their structure but they are usually smaller and created over a shorter period of time. They are also generally considered to be continuation patterns within a clearly defined trend. It’s often useful to hone in on a narrower time frame to see identify these patterns a bit better as they may not always be visible on the larger time frame. This is where the 3 + 1 Time frame also comes in useful as you drill down into shorter time frames you will be able to pick up these patterns as you do your analysis

Pennant Pattern
10:01

Diamond Patterns are quite rare but when they form they are great patterns to trade. Diamond bottoms and tops form when price enters the pattern from the top (Diamond Bottom) or the Bottom (Diamond Top) and begins to oscillate in a small small price range. As price actions begins to develop further that oscillation begins to broaden more and more until it reach a point where it begins to form a Symmetrical triangle pattern. Price now begins to get squeezed more towards the apex until we experience a break out in price either in an upward or downward direction. This signals to us that the pattern has now confirmed and can been traded to the direction of the break out.    

Diamond Tops & Bottoms
12:47

Wedges are a bit like Triangles but they are not symmetrical in shape. They usually slope slightly up or slightly down. They are also a little bit like flags in that they usually form countertrend in wave 2 & 4. They are best used as a continuation pattern. You get 2 types of wedges namely an ascending wedge which forms during a downward trend and then you get a descending wedge which forms during an upward trend. 

Rising & Falling Wedges
12:36

Broadening patterns are the complete opposite of the Triangle patterns in that price action begins first with the squeeze and then begins to broaden more and more in both an upward and downward direction. The shape of the broadening pattern is often referred to as a microphone and can be quite tricky to trade because price action can be quite volatile and is never easy to set a stop loss.

Broadening Tops & Bottoms
19:19

These patterns are identified in exactly the same way as the broadening pattern with price starting with the squeeze and then broadening as price action develops further. However for an Ascending Broadening Pattern we now have support as a flat horizontal line with resistance as a diagonal ascending line and broadening upwards. The Descending Broadening Pattern is the opposite and has a flat horizontal resistance level and support as a diagonal descending line and broadening downwards.

Right Angled Ascending & Descending Broadening Pattern
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This pattern is of a very similar nature to the Rising and Falling Wedge however for an Ascending Broadening Pattern we have price broadening but with both support and resistance levels moving in a upward direction. For a Descending Broadening Pattern its the complete opposite and we have price broadening with support and resistance moving in a downward direction.

Ascending & Descending Broadening Wedge
08:53

Like Triangles and pennants, flags are also considered to be continuation patterns within a clearly defined trend. Flags are created by a small countertrend channel and often forms part of the corrective waves 2 & 4 of Elliot Wave Theory. Two types of flags exist, bull flags and bear flags with the type being determined by the preceding trend and the direction we entered the flag pattern from. 

Bull & Bear Flags
10:28

The Rounding Bottoms & Tops are long-term reversal patterns that are best suited for weekly price charts. Rounding Bottoms are also referred to as a saucer bottoms, and represents a long consolidation period that turns from a bearish bias to a bullish bias. For Rounding Tops it represents a long consolidation period that turns from a bullish bias to a bearish bias.

Rounding Bottoms & Tops
12:55

This pattern is often said to resemble the shape of a frying pan and let me explain why this is so. This pattern is made up 3 parts. The first part is called the "Lead In" which can either be a bull of bear channel and this looks like the handle of the frying pan. What then follows is a break out of price from the channel but price breaks out quite boldly and forms a "Bump" in price compared the channel before it. This "Bump" in price action resembles the actual round part of pan itself and that is why people say it looks like a frying pan in shape. The 3rd and final part of this pattern is the "Run" and this is what happens when price breaks through the confirmation line and begins its uphill or downhill run in price action.  

Bump & Run Tops & Bottoms
12:03

A cup and handle pattern resembles its namesake, a cup with a handle. The cup is shaped as a "U" and the handle has a slight downward drift. The right-hand side of the pattern typically has low trading volume, and forms as a channel. Upon price breaking out of the channel (Handle) the pattern confirms and we can trade it in an upward direction.

Cup With Handle
13:50

The Head & Shoulder pattern is considered to be quite a significant pattern but instead of being a continuation pattern, this setup is a reversal pattern. They form when the stock price rises, falls, then rises again and makes a new high, only followed by a sharp drop and bounce in price which then fails to make another high and the proceeds to move below the 2 previous lows which is known as the neck line.

Head & Shoulder Pattern
10:12

These patterns form only on weekly price charts and are often key reversal signals within the market for us to take note of.

Pipe, Horn Tops & Bottoms
05:39

Download the PDF in the resource section of this lecture to get a 63 Page cheat sheet of all the Chart Patterns covered here in section 3.

Chart Pattern Cheat Sheet
00:06

We are now going to take everything covered so far in the previous lectures and apply it to a live trading approach to the current market showing you step by step how you analyze the different parts of the market and how we implement and use the different technical tools within our trading tool box.

Putting It All Together Part 1
19:41

Putting it All Together Continued...Part 2

Putting It All Together Part 2
19:48

Putting it All Together Continued...Part 3

Putting It All Together Part 3
19:59

Putting it All Together Continued...Part 4

Putting It All Together Part 4
19:54
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The Difference Between Good & Great
15 Lectures 02:29:22

What does it take to go from Good to Great when it comes your trading? There are some key principles and disciplines that great traders follow and it because of these key principles that they have remain profitable in the long term.

We will explore these principles in detail and show you what is required for you to to move your trading from good to great.

Preview 05:07

As important as entries into the market are because you need to have an open trade to start making a profit, setups are only a very small part of what is necessary for a complete profitable trading system, yet people still claim their setup conditions are their systems most important aspect. In the stock market, it is really easy to make money, but even easier to lose it so you can have the best trading system in the world that gets you the best possible entries into the market with high Risk Reward Ratio. But if your exits out of the market are  not great and you experience massive draw down's in your account due to poor stop loss execution, quite frankly your trading system is useless. In the lectures ahead we look at what a stop loss is, the different types you get, where to place them and most importantly how to actually stick to them

The Stop Loss
08:44

There is a simple law when it comes to trading and it is all you need to know in order to make money in the stock market. If a stock declines or moves against your trade direction, sell it. What else is there to know? In the stock market, it is easy to make money, but even easier to lose it. How, then, do you know when it is time to sell? This lecture focuses on money management techniques to answer that question.

When you design an exit for a trading system, one of the key things to consider is the purpose behind that exit. You might have four possible purposes for an exit:

1. Reduce and limit your initial risk

2. Maximize your profits

3. Keep you from giving back too much profit 

4. Or Psychological reasons



Designing A Stop Loss
10:46

Trading mistakes do happen from time to time but we need to be aware in which forms they come and how they affect our trading. In this lecture we will talk about the common trading mistakes that traders make and how we can avoid making those mistake in our trading portfolios.

Common Trading Mistakes
15:02

What is the cost of bad trading and what can it do to our trading portfolios if we let it get out of control. Here we look at the impact of losing to much money in a single trade or a string of losing trades and how much profit is require for you to make back that lose.

If you experience a string of losing trade it is sometime just bests to step away from the market for a while, gain a refreshed perspective and come back once you feeling a bit more confident to trade the markets again.

The Cost of Bad Trading
18:29

Majority of the best traders in the world only get about half their trades right and the other half wrong. So if this is the case, how are they able to make so much money and make a career out of it? The secret lies in the facts that they understand the principles of risk versus reward. They ensure that that their losing trades only cost them a small portion of their capital and that their winning trades make them proportionally larger amount of money that covers their losing trade and some more. Each individual trade needs to be assessed and weighted in terms of their potential RRR and how much that trade can give you if it does work out and what will it cost you if it does not. As a general guide line you want to ensure that most of the trades you take have the potential to make at least  3 times more than what might be lost if the trade hits your stop loss.  3:1.

This means that before you enter any trade, you need to know exactly what level your entry will be at, what level you stop loss will be at, what it the projected target level or take profit level of this trade if it works out.

We unpack risk management in this lecture and how to leverage it in your trading.

Risk Management
15:31

One way that professional trades maximize their gains is that they add to their winning trades which as mentioned in the previous section is known as scaling in. The key to scaling in is ensure you level of risk remains the same for that trade. So if you max risk per trade is 1 % the time you can scale in is if your trade has move higher into profits and you have been able to move you initial stop loss up to the same level as you entry making your risk for that trade now 0%. You can now add additional trade to that stock and scale in to increase your profits.

Let’s look at an example of how this would work as we make our way through this lecture.

Pigging Out & Maximizing Profits
17:37

Every trader will experience good times and bad times in their trading which are known as clusters. These are a string of winning or losing trades in a row and you need to know that these will occasionally happen to even the best traders out there. The key is how you deal with those times.

Dealing With The Good Times & The Bad Times
05:44

Trading In The Zone - Mark Douglas
01:12


Before even placing your first trade the most essential and critical part of any traders success start with having a well thought out trading business plan to guide your trading towards you goals and objectives. Here’s a brief outline for what needs to be incorporated into your business plan

Developing A Trading Business Plan
19:25

Jack Schwager’s primary conclusion after writing the first two Market Wizard books is that all great traders develop systems that fit who they are. I tend to agree that this is one of the secrets to success. If the system you have chosen to trade the markets with does not fit your personal preference then you are going to have a very tough time sticking to your trading rules. Here are some of the criteria you might want to think about in designing a system that fits you.

Making It Your Own
17:40

Perspective and advice from one of best Traders known to date. 

Preview 05:53

The conclusion and some closing thoughts before we come to an end.

Closing Thoughts
06:21

Your Learning journey should not end here. Here is a list of really amazing books that will continue building into you and your trading.

Reading Recommendations
01:20
About the Instructor
Vincent Merven
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Vincent Merven is the Founder and Creator of the Motrendtum Traders Academy. The Academy provides training, coaching, mentoring and trading insights to traders who are starting out in their trading careers as well as experienced traders.

He has close on 10 Years of experience behind him when it comes to trading and investing the financial markets. He has physically tried and tested a vast amount of trading strategies to truly find out what works and what doesn't work so you don't have to. He has also traded several different financial instruments including Equities, CFD's, Index Futures, Forex, and Commodities.

Vincent is not only passionate about trading and creating financial freedom. He also has a great love for training others; helping them to create consistent profits in their financial portfolios and working towards their financial goals.

Vincent got interested in the financial markets at a very young age and it all started when he caught his first glimpse of a stock ticker tape running across the bottom of a TV screen. He was instantly captivated by all those numbers and was drawn towards figuring out what made all those numbers go up and down. Fast forward a few years he opened his first trading account and began trading stocks. The goal was trying to understand how the financial markets worked and how to make more money in the process. His first year of trading was extremely successful but as with majority of traders the victory and euphoria was short lived. He began trading recklessly and made the mistake of thinking that it was impossible to make a wrong move in the market; which nearly swiped out his entire portfolio. He quickly realized that the get rich quick method was not the answer to successful trading and that it was extremely hard work; often spending many hours a day in front of his computer.

Humbled and humiliated, Vincent picked himself up and went back to basics; trying to search and figure out the answers to a number of questions he had. Questions like: “What does it take to become a successful trader?", “How does someone make consistent profits as a trader?" and most importantly “How does one not spend 8 to 9 Hours a day in front of a computer screen trading?"

Over the years of trial and error Vincent has learnt what works and what doesn't so you get to learn from his mistakes and avoid them by taking his courses and becoming a part of the Motrendtum Family. Following the simple step by step instructions that he will give you, you too can unlock your financial freedom.

Hope you enjoy this valuable training and content he is going to share with you and trust you will have an amazing testimony to share after the completion of your course.