This program aims to convey to students what we as professional traders do every day. Therefore, we will share with you our vision of the market, how we interpret it and the best way to operate.To supplement this, we deliver our own strategies; intraday, swing and macroeconomic events, so that students can operate as we do. In addition, we teach the keys to monetary 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.These percentages, as well as our operations are AUDITED and on REAL ACCOUNTS. If you have any questions or want more information, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Due to the specialization of this trading course, it will be taught 100% online through recorded classes. This way the student can progress at their own pace and revise whenever and as often as they desire. Access to this course includes continuous monitoring by our teachers, along with continuous support via e-mail, telephone or Team Viewer, depending on the nature of the query.
Lecture 1: What you need to know before starting
In this first lesson we will provide a brief presentation of the complete TFZ training program, in which we will outline the content of the theoretical and practical sections, chat rooms and communication methods with the instructors in order to facilitate support and resolution of doubts.Lecture 2: Traders’ tools
In this lesson we will discuss the tools needed to work with our MT4 trading platform. You will have at your disposal the “My MT4” tool, a package of indicators, templates and profiles customized by us, for you to use in your day-to-day trading
Lecture 3: Macroeconomic indicators
In this lesson students will learn about the main macroeconomic indicators, the different levels of importance of each type of indicator, their characteristics, relevance in different global economies, and how macroeconomic data and monetary policies affect various assets and markets.Lecture 4: Leading economies and characteristics
In this lesson we will review the characteristics of the major global economies and their relationships. It is important to understand these relationships in order to determine the range of market movements and why they occur. In addition, we also cover the role of central banks in each economy and their influence.
Lecture 5: Fundamental Analysis and Macroeconomic News or Events
Having covered the macroeconomic fundamentals of the different global economies, we then exemplify how to perform correct fundamental analyses of different assets and markets. The objective here is to create a clear idea of the possible reactions of the market that come as a result of known macroeconomic data, as well as ways to manage the possible movements that occur.
Lecture 6: Origin & Concepts of Dow Theory
In this lesson we analyze the concept of technical analysis starting from its origins. Students will learn the basics of modern technical analysis that have arisen thanks to Dow’s theory. In this lecture we look into the origin of the theory, its main aspects, practical applications in current financial markets, as well as an assessment of its suitability today.
Lecture 7: Dow Theory Practice Exercises
During this lesson we will perform a practical exercise in which we will identify each of the elements of analysis under Dow’s theory; including identification of the types of trends, the phases of a trend, how to identify a signal of change, and examples of volume interpretation.
Lecture 8: Origin & Concepts of Elliot Waves
In the second module of Technical Analysis students will learn about Elliot Wave Theory. We will review the origins of this theory, the concepts acquired from Dow Theory, the importance of fractality in the market, the counting standards established by Elliot, the different impulsive and corrective patterns of the market, and finally how we can use this method of analysis to operate in any quoted market.
Lecture 9: Practice with Elliot Waves
During this lesson we will practice with Elliot Wave Theory. We will review the main concepts of the theory, look into the different wave cycles, how to differentiate different degrees of waves, the main counting rules, and finally, a few operational examples of corrective patterns.
Lecture 10: Origin, Theory & Concepts of Chartist Analysis
During this lesson we will introduce chartist analysis. We will learn about various types of trends, support and resistance levels, how to confirm a support or resistance break correctly and the difference between pull-back and throw-back
Lecture 11: Continuation Figures & Tendency Changes
During this lesson we will analyze each of the continuation and trend change figures, the correct method to trade each of them and how we should manage the risks and potential benefits associated with them.
Lecture 12: Practice with Chartist Analysis
During this lesson we will practice with different types of chartist patterns, outlining how we should place orders according to each pattern, where to place the stop loss and how to seek profit targets. In addition, we will learn a few tricks to make the operation more effective.
Lecture 13: Main Technical Indicators
During this lesson we will discuss what we call “leading indicators.” In other words, the indicators applied directly on the chart that provide us with fundamental information about what makes up the price and status of an asset. This analysis will include: Moving averages, Fibonacci retracements, Bollinger Bands, Keltner channels, Heiken Ashi, and Pivot Point.
Lecture 14: Secondary Technical Indicators
During this lesson we review what we call “secondary indicators.” That is, those which we apply indirectly in the chart that provide fundamental information about what makes up the price and status of an asset. This analysis will include: MACD, Stochastic
Lecture 15: Practice with Technical Indicators
Here will review the main and secondary technical indicators, see how they can be applied in our platform, as well as how to configure and combine them to determine buying and selling patterns.Oscillator, RSI, ADX and CCI.
Lecture 16: Monetary Management
During this lesson we will learn what monetary management is as well as its importance for a trader. We will also learn how to apply monetary management techniques in accordance to our strategies. Finally, we will end the lecture with the proposition of a simple experiment based on these concepts.
Lecture 17: Risk Management
During this lesson we will learn what risk management is and its importance for traders. We will also learn how to apply risk management in conjunction with our strategies and outline the different risk management methods. Finally, we will end the lecture with the proposition of a simple experiment based on these concepts.
Lecture 18: Trading Systems
During the lesson we will define what a trading system is, as well as provide the characteristics, advantages and disadvantages of various types of trading systems, the different trading styles and multiple trading concepts that must be taken into account to work with a strategy or system in an efficient and profitable way.
Lecture 19: Trading System Creation Process
During this lesson we will see the main concepts necessary for the creation of a trading strategy. Starting with an analysis of the historical movements and conditions of a particular asset, we will then outline the process of creating the strategy setup, defining the concrete rules of each pattern and the application of monetary and risk management within the system. Finally, we will show how to perform the necessary backtests before launching it on a live account. In addition, we will include a practice exercise for creating your own trading strategy, in which we will accompany you in every step, helping you refine it comprehensively.
Lecture 20: Weekly Preparation
During this lesson, we will discuss all the steps necessary for entering a trading session and how to prepare to trade. We will start by reviewing the events of the previous week in the markets and in our trading accounts. Next, we will look into the main news expected for the upcoming week, perform a complete technical analysis of the major assets, and finally prepare the strategies we will work with in order to identify potential trades according to our systems, money management and risk management.
Lecture 21: Trading Journal and Performance Monitoring
During this lesson, we will learn what a trading journal is and its importance for our trading plan. This is a fundamental tool that allows us to track exactly what we are doing and determine how we can improve the way we see the market, how we work with our strategies and how we can ultimately improve our results. Here we will outline two ways to record our trades and what information each method provides.
Lecture 22: Moving Average Strategy
During this lecture we will delve into moving averages utilizing periods of 8 and 18. Knowing how to interpret volume and its relationship with price will be one of the most important factors of this market lecture. Here we will learn the general concepts and input setups based on what we have seen thus far.
Lecture 23: Fibonacci Retracements Strategy
During this lesson, we will learn about a useful strategy for periods of strong market movements with the help of two very simple indicators; Fibonacci retracements and Fibonacci expansions. This strategy is a method of statistical technical analysis, based on price behaviors after sudden market movements, often caused by macroeconomic data. When using this technique we are not interested in the data itself, but rather the movement and its subsequent continuation of the trend.
Lecture 24: Padlock Strategy
In this lesson we will see how to operate in the market directly utilizing an intra-day approach in the very short term. In doing so, we will analyze the different macroeconomic events of great impact with the aim of seeking the greatest possible volatility. We will also determine entry and exit points, utilizing both stop loss and take profit. This particular strategy is without a doubt a favorite for the most daring traders.
Lecture 25: Triple Screen Strategy
During this lesson we will learn to operate with this trend strategy based on the analysis of long, medium and short term trends. This strategy adapts very well to trading styles such as scalping, intraday and swing trading. The triple screen strategy is a very easy one to work with and provides traders with the opportunity to view the market form a distinct perspective.
Lecture 26: BBKC Strategy
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, emphasizing “no loss of capital” before an uncontrolled risk. This strategy together with our correct management currently provides gains of more than 9.5% on average annually. Additionally, traders can certainly assume a greater risk if desired.
Lecture 27: RENKO Strategy
During this lesson, we will learn how to trade using this strategy which is based on a chartist model distinct to the classic Japanese candlesticks. The renko candlesticks are very peculiar as they do not take into account the timing on the chart and only pay attention to the price action. As a result, the renko strategy identifies very clearly the price movements both in trend phases and in lateral market phases