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• All course updates completely free and always will be.
So what will you learn on this course?
Screens: You'll learn at least three ways to go about screening for stocks with Finviz, Google and GuruFocus.
News: You'll learn new ways to follow market news and stay up to date with the finance community's answer to Twitter; StockTwits.
Economics: You'll discover some less talked about investing techniques and places to find the most up to date economic data for free.
Analysis: You'll learn how to hack Seeking Alpha to find high quality analysis and subscription-only articles.
Forex: You'll learn which broker I favour and a number of tools to improve your currency trading efforts.
Simulation: You'll learn how to take your trading into the live markets using stock market simulators from Wall Street Survivor & TD Ameritrade.
And... you will also receive:
Plus! Take this course today and automatically receive over 50% off my benchmark course: How to Beat Wall Street: 20+ Trading Systems for Stocks – which sells here on Udemy for $197
So, speed up your learning curve and get the tools you need to tackle the markets today. And don't forget, I have no affiliation with any of these tools. I'm committed to providing transparency and these are the best tools I've found.
How to use the stock screener at Finviz.com
How to use Google Screener, Google Alerts and Google Trends.
How to use the UK stock screener at Investors Chronicle,
How to get trading ideas from Google Scholar and SSRN.
How to use Seeking Alpha to find the best articles.
View country specific economics and track forecasts.
How to analyse economic data and plot charts using the tools at Economagic.
Oanda is a respected FX broker and provides a number of excellent trading tools.
Use Bloomberg News to keep up with the markets.
How to find trending stocks on StockTwits
How to utilise StockTwits, Twitter and TweetDeck to stay in the loop.
TD Ameritrade is a respected broker and the Thinkorswim platform is excellent to practice your trading.
Practice your trading with Wall Street Survivor.
Amibroker is an excellent tool for building trading systems and a lot can be done with the free trial.
Quantpedia is an excellent database of quant trading strategies with a handful of free systems too.
See my full review at: http://jbmarwood.com/quantpedia-review/
Options trading is made easy with Dough and Tastytrade TV.
Trefis lets you delve into a company's products and see what makes up it's revenue and outgoing costs.
In this video I take a look at Motif Investing, a great site that lets you build you own mutual fund of stocks.
Joe B Marwood is a trader and investor specialising in financial trading and mechanical trading systems.
He began his career trading stock and bond futures for a prop trading firm in the UK and now works through his own private company.
How did you get started?
I started my career as a professional day trader for a UK-based prop firm where my principal products were the FTSE 100 future and German Bund.
Today I trade a portfolio of individual stocks and occasionally futures and I have a passion for building automated trading strategies and systems.
What is your trading style?
I use a mechanical strategy to trade on a largely end of day basis. I look at both fundamental and technical analysis and use strategies that are based on historical simulations. I often combine those strategies with my own experience and discretion to come up with trades that I believe are the most attractive on a risk/reward basis.
Mean reversion or trend following?
I have found that traditional trend following methods do not work as well as they once did. My methods are based on my own observations on the market whether they are based on momentum, trends, mean reversion or anything else.
Who taught you how to trade?
My mentor was a former head of trading at a well known German investment bank. I have also read and studied countless books, journals, and articles, and have spent many hours in the market. You can never stop learning.
Why did you make this course?
To educate others so that they don't make the same mistakes I made. Learning to trade can be a very expensive and drawn out process. As a trader, it is also extremely beneficial to have sources of side income as that takes the pressure off your own trading. Putting what I have learnt into a course also solidifies my own learning.
What are the secrets to successful trading?
First of all, you must have the passion to succeed. If you are in it only for the money you will have a very tough time and will be doomed to failure. You must also be comfortable with risk and be able to separate your emotions from the money. Having a system with a profitable expectancy is also crucial and for that you will likely need a strong ability with numbers.
Why do most traders fail?
Most traders start off under-capitalised and then chase unrealistic returns which results in them blowing their account after a couple of big losses. Most beginner traders do not realise the realities of trading which is why they have trouble sticking to trading plans and dealing with their emotions. Trading should be treated as a business.