Path to Professional Trading

Take your trading skills to the next level and learn how to become a professional trader in 20 sessions. This course is suitable for all trading levels.

1. Introduction to Online Trading

The online trading revolution gave investors access to various financial markets making them closer to achieving their financial objectives. This lesson covers:

  • What is Online Trading
  • Basics of Forex Trading
  • Platform Walkthrough


2. Explore Fundamental Analysis

Fundamental analysis is a method of analysis used by traders where they examine the overall state of the economy. This lesson covers:

  • Economic calendar and top economic indicators
  • Economic cycle and flow of money
  • Central Banks Monetary policy
  • How to analyse and trade the impact of an economic indicator


3. Introduction to Technical Analysis

Technical Analysis is the act of studying historical price movements to forecast the future price of a particular financial instrument. This lesson covers:

  • Basics of technical analysis
  • Different Chart types (Line, Bar, Candle, Renko, Point and Figure)
  • Tops and Bottoms
  • Fibonacci Retracement/Extension

4. Classical Technical Analysis

The classical approach of technical analysis is relying solely on price action and formed patterns to take your trading decisions. This lesson covers:

  • Support and Resistance
  • Trend lines and Channels
  • Continuation and Reversal Pattern



5. Introduction to Candlestick Patterns

A candlestick is a type of price chart used in technical analysis that displays the high, low, open, and closing prices of a security for a specific period. This lesson covers:

  • Basics of candlestick
  • Types of candlestick patterns
  • Learn how candlestick patterns can help you identify market trends

6. Price Action and Trading Psychology

Price action is the basis of technical analysis, some traders use it solely to make a trading decision. This lesson covers:

  • How to trade using price action
  • Understanding trading psychology


7. Understand Fibonacci Tools

Fibonacci tools are among the best and smoothest tools used by traders to enhance their trading decisions. This lesson covers:

  • Fibonacci Retracement/Extension
  • Fibonacci Expansion
  • Fibonacci Fan
  • Fibonacci Time Zones

8. Introduction to Harmonic Patterns

Harmonic price patterns are geometric price patterns drawn with the help of Fibonacci numbers in an attempt to predict future market movement. This lesson covers:

  • Popular Harmonic Patterns
  • How to trade the patterns



9. Make the Best out of Trading Channels

Trading channels are among the best used technical analysis tools for traders. This lesson covers:

  • Fibonacci Channel
  • Linear Regression Channel
  • Standard Deviation Channel

10. Understanding Moving Averages

The moving average is a simple technical analysis tool that smooths out price data by creating a constantly updated average price. This lesson covers:

  • What is a Moving Average?
  • What are the different types of moving averages?
  • How to interpret the signal of a moving average?
  • What is Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD)?

11. How to Trade Using Price Bands

A price band is a technical analysis tool defined by a set of lines plotted using different calculations.
This lesson covers:

  • What are Price Bands?
  • Differentiate between Price Bands ( Bollinger bands, Moving average envelopes, Keltner channel, Donchian channel)
  • Uses of Price Bands

12. Learn How to Use RSI and Stochastic Oscillators

Oscillators are technical analysis indicators that vary over time within a band and allow traders to assess overbought and oversold conditions. This lesson covers:

  • What is Relative Strength Index and how to use it?
  • What is the stochastic oscillator and how to benefit from its signals?
  • What is an oscillator divergence?

13. Understanding the Ichimoku Cloud and Parabolic SAR

Technical indicators support traders during their trading journey. Always make sure to learn more about them. This lesson covers:

  • How to interpret the Ichimoku Cloud
  • How to make the best out of the Parabolic SAR



14. Expand Your Knowledge with More Technical Indicators

Technical indicators are a trader's best guide in taking decisions. Make sure to increase your knowledge by knowing more of them. This lesson covers:

  • Average Directional Movement Index
  • Standard deviation
  • Average True Range
  • Commodity Channel Index

15. Explore Elliott Wave Theory and Bill Williams Indicators

A trader should always look for exploring more theories and indicators in technical analysis to have better decision making. This lesson covers:

  • Elliott Wave Theory
  • Bill Williams Indicators

16. Explore Gann's Trading Theory

Gann studies are used more often by sophisticated traders to predict the future market moves. This lesson covers:

  • Gann Time Cycles
  • Gann Angles
  • Gann Grid

17. How to Develop a Trading Plan

A trading plan is a trader's best guide towards better decisions and performance. This lesson covers:

  • How you can set up your trading plan?
  • What are traders' top mistakes and how to manage your risks?

18. How to Create a Trading Strategy

A trading strategy is a set plan developed to generate returns by buying and selling instruments in the financial markets. This lesson covers:

  • Using a number of technical indicators to reach an ultimate signal
  • How to reduce your risk via money management

19. Explore Popular Trading Strategies

A trading strategy is a set of rules placed by a trader to enter and exit a trade aiming at being profitable. This lesson covers:

  • Range trading strategies
  • Trend trading strategies
  • Pillars of a successful strategy


20. What to Expect from Auto Trading

Automated trading systems are computer programs that are designed to execute trades based on certain trading rules. This lesson covers:

  • Pros and Cons of Auto-Trading
  • Key Automated Strategies
  • How to Backtest your Auto-Trading Program
  • How to Interpret the Backtesting Report

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