This program wants to convey to the student what we, as a professional trader, do every day. Therefore, we will share with you our vision of the market, our way of interpreting it and the way of operating.
For this we will deliver our strategies; Intraday, swing and macroeconomic events, so that students can operate as we do. In addition, we will teach the keys to monetary management and risk management that have led us to have a success rate of over 85% for our intraday strategy and over 90% for our positioning strategy.
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Due to the specialization of this trading course, it will be taught 100% online through recorded classes. In this way the student can progress at his own pace and stop or back as many times as he wishes. Access to this course offers continuous monitoring by our teachers, so doubts can be resolved via e-mail, by telephone or through Team Viewer, depending on the nature of the doubt.
In this lesson the student will learn which are the main macroeconomic indicators, the different levels of importance between each type of indicator, the characteristics of each indicator, the relevance in different global economies, how macroeconomic data and monetary policies affect the different assets and markets.
Once we understand the macroeconomic fundamentals of the different global economies, we will study how to perform a correct fundamental analysis of different assets and markets. The objective is to have a clear idea of the reaction that the market can have once any macroeconomic data is known and how to manage any of the possible movements that occur.
In this lesson we enter the technical analysis from its origins. The student will learn the basics of modern technical analysis thanks to Dow’s theory. We will see what is the origin of the theory, what are the main aspects, practical applications in the current financial markets and we will check if Dow’s theory is suitable today.
In this lesson the student will learn the theory of deep chart analysis. The main concepts that must be taken into account, the main chartist patterns, how to perform a correct analysis taking into account the different temporalities and how to propose a correct strategy according to the theory, marking the correct objectives and stop levels with practical examples on a graph.
In the third lesson of Technical Analysis the student will learn the theory of analysis with Elliot Waves. We will review the origins of this theory, the concepts acquired from the Dow Theory, the importance of fractality in the market, the counting standards established by Elliot, the different impulsive and corrective patterns of the market, such as performing a correct analysis of Waves of Elliot and finally how we can use this method of analysis to operate in any quoted market.
In this lesson we will put into practice in a clear and concise way the different elements that we have to take into account to trade. Facing the markets is not an easy task and therefore every possible preparation is necessary. In this case we will learn everything necessary to be prepared before starting to operate and how to modify our behavior as the market demands.
In this lesson we will pay special attention to the different forms of monetary management that we can apply, and because we decide to act as we do. In this way, we will link monetary management to risk management, which will ultimately be responsible for deciding which operations we can accept and which we cannot. It will be our final filter in decision making.
This first strategy will show how to take advantage of a combination of indicators, whose main protagonists will be the moving averages of 8 and 18 periods. We will see, in depth, the market situations that make these tools efficient tools that allow us to obtain the maximum benefit from our operations.
This strategy, the second of this program, is undoubtedly one of the favorites for the most daring. In this lesson we will see how the market can be operated directly, with an intra-daily expectation and in the very short term. For this, we will analyze the different macroeconomic events of great impact with the aim of seeking the greatest possible volatility. We will determine entry and exit points, both by Stop Loss and Take Profit.
With the BBKC strategy we will show you how we manage our capital. This strategy is designed for the management of savings and large portfolios, putting the “no loss of capital” before an uncontrolled risk. Currently this strategy together with our correct management enjoys more than 9.5% annualized. Logically, each trader can assume a greater risk if he wishes.
It is a technical method based on the follow-up of the general market trends in 1-day and 1-hour charts, and then act at lower times in favor of the same trend. It is a simple and mechanical method to follow in the main assets of the market, be it forex, indices or raw materials.
It is a method of statistical technical analysis, based on the price behavior after sudden market movements, normally caused by macroeconomic data. With this technique we are not interested in the data itself, but the route and its subsequent continuation of the trend.
Lecture 15: Renko Trading Strategy in DAX
In this course we review the general concepts of price action. We also analyze the two market members, strong hands and weak hands and how we can take advantage of the traces left by professionals..
Lecture 17: Price Action, Chartism
Knowing how to interpret the volume and its relationship with the price will be one of the most important factors of this market reading. We will learn the general concepts and input setups based on what we have seen.
Fibonacci is one of the most important tools offered by the price action. Your understanding and correct application in the system will be basic to obtain positive returns with trading. We will also learn patterns based on what has been studied.