Technical Analysis Of The Financial Markets

Foundation Day Trading Course

Technical Analysis of the Financial Markets

Foundation Day Trading Course

Technical Analysis Of The Financial Markets

Learn how to trade the technicals the same way as the bankers. You’ll be entering your trades at the exact same levels as the bankers and capturing huge profits when the long-term trends break. You’ll get a trade plan & know exactly how to trade the technicals!

COURSE INSTRUCTOR

COURSE INSTRUCTOR

Brad Gilbert

What you will learn on this course

Trading Tools included in this course

About the technical analysis of the financial markets course

Course Content

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Trading the Technicals
Get Your Trading Platform Set Up Before You Go Any Further
Technical Analysis Overview - Everything You Need to Know
Executing Technical Trading Strategies Using Our Trendline Trader Software
The Pre-Trade Routine
The Pre-Trade Routine For All Technical Trades
Trading the Technicals - Japanese Style
You’re Now Ready to Start Practicing ‘Trading the Technicals’

Technical Analysis is the ‘Foundation’ for all professional traders. The first thing the Bankers do when they get into work each day is go through their charts to see if there have been any changes to trendlines or trends in the market. Without solid knowledge and understanding of the Technicals a traders ‘skill progress’ and consequent performance will be limited.

We all know having losing trades is a big part of trading. We all go through periods where we just can’t nail the right trade. This is where the Bankers take a step back and revert to their foundation (cornerstone) knowledge of the technicals. All great trades start and end with some aspect of technical analysis. It may seem like a simple concept, but you wouldn’t believe how many traders mis-interpret the technicals and invariably have them working against them. This is a hugely important component of your trading system so please take your time and make sure you understand every aspect.

Remember, luck is when preparation meets opportunity!

Brad Gilbert

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About Your Instructor

Bradley-Gilbert-Traders4Traders

Brad has over 33 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.

Frequently Asked Questions about Technical Analysis of the Financial Markets

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.

Technical analysis is the study of financial market price movements and trends to identify potential trading opportunities. It is based on the idea that historical price data can provide insight into future price movements, and involves the use of charts and technical indicators to analyze market trends.

Some of the key principles of technical analysis include:

  1. Trend analysis: Technical analysts look for trends in market prices, including long-term, medium-term, and short-term trends. They use various tools to identify these trends, such as moving averages and trendlines.

  2. Support and resistance: Technical analysts look for levels of support and resistance in market prices, which can help identify potential price reversals or breakouts.

  3. Chart patterns: Technical analysts look for patterns in market price charts, such as head and shoulders patterns or double tops, which can indicate potential price movements.

  4. Technical indicators: Technical analysts use various technical indicators, such as the Relative Strength Index (RSI) or Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD), to help identify potential buying or selling opportunities.

Technical analysis is often used in combination with fundamental analysis, which involves the analysis of economic, financial, and other non-technical factors that can impact market prices. The combination of these two types of analysis can help traders make informed trading decisions. However, it's important to note that technical analysis is not a foolproof method, and traders should always be aware of the risks involved in trading financial markets.

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