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How Institutional Bankers Trade Forex
All Experience Levels - Novice, Intermediate to Advanced Traders
The ‘junior’ Institutional Bankers are trained for a few years before they are given real trading limits. Why? It’s because they will be trading large amounts and there are no demo accounts to practice on. So, there’s no room for errors, although there are many during the early years & that’s a major part of learning to trade.
They spend endless hours honing their market analysis, technically and fundamentally, and fine tuning their trade execution skills. The most important aspect of their learning is capital management. From day 1 they are taught that if they break their trading limits they are immediately dismissed. So, you can imagine that its at the top of their checklist at the start of every day!
This 5 part webinar series will open your eyes to the depth of detail their trading methodology has & that’s what we have tried to instill in our trading courses.
To upskill the student in all apsects of the Institutional Bank traders methodology. From preparation, to capital management through to understanding where technical & fundamental analysis come into play and then finally how to bring all components together.
No experience required.
This course includes:
The introduction to day trading gives you an insight into how bankers trade the financial markets. The markets move because of the reaction of the institutional bank traders to a multitude of market drivers. This course lifts the lid on how they do it.
Brad has over 35 years of Professional trading experience. Prior to setting up Traders4Traders in 2009, Brad worked for Citibank, Commonwealth Bank of Australia and Toronto Dominion Bank. He was Chief FX Dealer of some of the biggest FX teams in Sydney, London & New York. He has also worked extensively through Asia in Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong and Vietnam.
The four types of financial markets are:
Money market: The money market is where short-term debt securities, such as treasury bills, certificates of deposit, and commercial paper, are traded. The money market provides a means for companies, governments, and other organizations to borrow and lend money for short periods of time.
Capital market: The capital market is where long-term securities, such as stocks, bonds, and other debt instruments, are traded. The capital market provides a means for companies, governments, and other organizations to raise funds for long-term investment projects.
Derivatives market: The derivatives market is where financial instruments that derive their value from underlying assets, such as stocks, bonds, commodities, and currencies, are traded. Examples of derivatives include options, futures contracts, and swaps.
Foreign exchange market: The foreign exchange market, also known as the forex market, is where currencies are bought and sold. It is the largest financial market in the world, with trillions of dollars traded every day.
Each of these markets serves a different purpose and has its own unique characteristics, but they are all interconnected and can impact each other. Understanding the different types of financial markets can help investors and traders make informed decisions about where to invest their money.
No, you will need to take the Foundation Day Trading Course and learn about Technical Analysis, after this course you will be able to trade.
No you have lifetime access.
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