Whether you're a beginning trader or an advanced trader trying to turn that corner, this course will provide you with the route to finding trading consistency and profitability.
This course is a result of 8 years of research and thousands of hours of screen time. The strategies I teach are based on my view of how the market works.
In this course you will learn:
Requirements: Students should at least have a basic knowledge of trading before taking this course, i.e. how to set up charts, the bid/ask spread, understanding what forex/commodities/stock indexes are, being able to place trades, stoplosses and targets.
This course will start with the basics of support and resistance, but will gradually work up to advanced topics - therefore, it will require hard work by the student!
You will never see this course in a $10 sale or with a large discount, because I believe the information provided is extremely valuable.
i) The original content for this course is in 720 pixel resolution, with new videos being added at 1080 pixel resolution. ii) The video playing time is approximately 3 hrs. Udemy base their 5 hrs calculation on videos + course notes.
Please read the disclaimer before starting the course. By it's very nature, trading involves risk and losses are not limited to your initial deposit. Do not trade with money that you cannot afford to lose.
In this animated lesson, I explain why the markets are manipulated, provide some background information and set the foundations for the remainder of the course.
A primer on the basics of support and resistance.
In this lecture, we look at real chart examples of support and resistance and an easy way to identify these levels.
In this section we'll cover trendlines and bull and bear channels, with some easy to follow diagrams and real chart examples.
In this lecture I explain why the use of technical indicators will lead to poor risk/reward, bad trade entries and even worse... completely sabotage your trading.
In this lesson, I explain how liquidity relates to the price movement we see on charts. We will look at liquidity gaps which set the foundations for learning about supply and demand zones.
In this lecture, you will learn:
In this lecture, you will learn the important aspects of Risk Management.
Confluence of a Bear Trap, Break And Retest and Demand on Gold.
This is an advanced topic describing when you may wish to abandon a trade.
In this lecture I'll explain how I decide on targets and the use of scaling.
This video discusses an important reason why a supply zone failed.
Mark as many supply and demand zones as you can find.
In this lesson, I explain how we can combine the trading techniques learnt in this course with a mean reversion strategy on the EURUSD.
In this lecture, I walk you through a winning live trade taken on the DAX in the London session. Good example of narrowing down a zone for smaller risk. Watch at the London Open why candle action can be misleading and finally some thoughts on why I changed my target!
Another winning live trade taken on the DAX in the London session using 4 hour bias and a 5 minute entry.Pay attention to how the smart money tries to shake traders out of the trade.
A breakeven London session on the DAX. Watch how scaling profit allowed me to avoid a losing morning and still end up slightly in profit.
It's that time of year again, so I've included a little Christmas bonus here!
In the resources section of this lecture is a handy reference PDF, diagramming all 14 variations of my supply and demand strategy.
This reference will allow you to identify trade setups more accurately and can be used for easier journalling of your trades.
The accompanying video explains the guide in detail with real chart examples.
Having spent 18 years in the City developing trading software for some of the biggest Investment Banks, I've seen it all... psycho bosses, 4 a.m. support calls, not to mention the odd person passing out on the trading floor!
Then my daughter came along and she changed everything. I wanted to see her grow up.
Working in the cut and thrust of it all gave me the hunger to trade the markets for myself. I had seen the traders who were treated as gods whilst the IT staff worked in dark windowless offices.
The development work I had done for the bank's trading systems did nothing to prepare me for how to trade the markets. The traders I had worked with were agency traders, not proprietary traders. They really didn't know how to trade the markets either!
So I turned to the internet and found a sea of (mis)information, most of it bad with self-proclaimed gurus and false claims. I spent thousands of hours burning the midnight oil and studying charts. Finding out how to trade was like looking for a needle in a haystack!
Then I met some of the best (and most generous) traders in the world and they helped me understand how the market really ticks. I began to understand why so many retail traders struggled and why they blew account after account, and eventually gave up.
I found out why price moves, how the big money traps the small retail traders and why good risk management is the no.1 rule worshipped by every successful trader.
Eight years after the start of my trading journey, I'm ready to pass on this information to you. Are you ready to do what it takes to achieve profitability?