Advanced Trading Strategies
Advanced Trading Course
Learn advanced trading strategies that the institutional bankers use every day. This course will enable you to trade in all market conditions and take advantage of all trading opportunities across multiple asset classes. You will also learn how to improve your overall performance, manage your emotions and consistently build capital.
Now that you know how to Trade the Technicals & the News Releases with professional Capital Management, you're now ready to get into more advanced aspects of trading.
We'll start by preparing your 'Professional Traders Mindset' & that will lead into more Advanced Technical and Fundamental Analysis. Understanding these topics will build out the knowledge required to utilise more Advanced Trading Strategies that the Bankers use.
Take your time learning these advanced trading strategies. I would highly encourage you to start with just one strategy and then when you have mastered that try another. Just remember everyone's different. What works for one trader may not work for another.
After a short while you'll be able to identify which advanced trading strategies work best for you & that's when you can start crushing the market!
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.
Absolutely you will, you will be provided with a Trade Plan, a trading platform and all you need to start trading technically.
No you have lifetime access.
Day trading involves buying and selling securities within the same trading day, with the goal of profiting from the price movements of these assets. The most successful day traders typically have a well-defined trading plan and a disciplined approach to executing it.
Some common strategies used by day traders include:
Scalping: This involves making multiple trades throughout the day, taking small profits on each trade. This strategy requires a lot of discipline and quick decision-making, as traders need to be able to identify profitable opportunities and execute trades quickly.
Momentum trading: This involves buying securities that are trending upwards in price and selling them when the price starts to decline. Momentum traders rely on technical analysis to identify trends and make trading decisions.
Contrarian trading: This involves taking positions opposite to the market trend. For example, if the market is experiencing a sell-off, a contrarian trader might buy securities in anticipation of a reversal.
News-based trading: This involves monitoring news and other events that could impact the price of securities and making trading decisions based on that information.
It’s important to note that day trading can be a high-risk activity, and traders should only use funds they can afford to lose. It’s also important to have a solid understanding of the markets and the securities being traded before attempting to day trade. It’s always advisable to consult with a financial advisor before making any investment decisions.
If a beginner is interested in day trading, they should start by educating themselves about the markets and the securities being traded. They should also develop a well-defined trading plan and practice trading in a simulated environment before committing real money.
It’s also important for beginners to be aware of the risks associated with day trading, including the potential for significant losses and the impact of emotions on trading decisions. It’s always advisable to consult with a financial advisor before making any investment decisions.
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