6 Asset Classes - 16 Trading Platforms - Over 1000 Instruments.
6 Asset Classes - 16 Trading Platforms - Over 1000 Instruments.
Add more tools to your technical toolkit during this webinar when you learn the major trend reversal patterns that have been identified throughout history. From Dow’s Head and Shoulder or Double Top to Elliot’s ABC to Gann’s Swing, you’ll get a unique perspective on how and when markets reverse.
In this webinar we will combine all previous trend reversal (failure swing) patterns we’ve learnt into one price formation signaling short term trend reversals in the market. The ability to spot an upcoming trend reversal is a huge advantage to trading the markets. We’ll be looking at live market examples using Tradepedia’s automated software, the Avramis Swing, to help you practice identifying trend reversal patterns in real-time.
A strong trend is more likely to continue rather than to reverse. During this webinar, we’ll be looking at trend continuation patterns in order to take full advantage of strong trending markets and avoid false reversal signals.
By now we know that identifying trends is vital to successful trading. In this webinar, you’ll learn the most effective indicators to help you identify trends. You’ll get a thorough understanding of how to use Moving Averages (MA) which, as a trend following indicator, smoothens out price irregularities giving you a clearer picture of a trend. And, you’ll see how the momentum indicator, Moving Average Convergence/Divergence (MACD), reveals changes in the direction, duration and strength of a trend.
In this session you will learn the theory of momentum indicators and how they are constructed. These indicators (or oscillators) are your best ally when the markets are moving sideways with no clear direction. However, their use is not limited to range trading but also extends to trending markets as well. You’ll learn how to analyse and interpret their signals in three separate ways.
Today you’ll add these two key indicators to your analysis of the markets. Understanding the mechanics behind the construction of these indicators is paramount to analysing the markets. We’ll search for the ideal scenarios in which they can be used to add a different dimension to your understanding of price patterns.
Knowing how to identify support and resistance points on your charts is priceless! In this webinar you’ll learn what they mean and what causes these points. You’ll be able to identify key levels across a multitude of timeframes and develop the foundations to technically analyse markets.
Whether Fibonacci works because it’s magic or because everyone is using it is not for us to wonder. During this webinar we will build on the foundations of part 1 and see how we can use Fibonacci retracements, projections, fans and arcs to spot future support and resistance levels. You’ll learn to apply professional techniques to identify key levels with high probability.
Japanese Candlestick charts are the heart and soul of trading using technical analysis. If you know candles you can find ‘tops’ and ‘bottoms’ in the market allowing you to identify at which price level to enter the market and at which to exit. In this webinar you’ll learn the fundamental concepts of candlestick charts and how they can be used for successful trading of the markets.
What does a ‘volatile’ market look like? Is it a problem or an opportunity? Is there a way to measure it and if so how? In this webinar you’ll learn how to take advantage of volatile markets and how to manage the risks involved.
Ichimoku Kinko Hyo translates into "one look equilibrium chart". At first glance, this technical indicator can seem daunting but we’ll teach you how easy it is to use this all-in-one, versatile Japanese indicator. You’ll appreciate how one indicator can define support and resistance, identify trend direction, gauge momentum and provide buy and sell signals.
Moving averages work very well as an indicator when the markets are trending but are very dangerous in a ranging one. Using our proprietary MT4 indicator, the Avramis River, you’ll learn when the market is trending and when it is in a range and how to trade under both conditions.
Good money management is the best way to survive market turbulences. To minimize risk and increase profits, successful traders develop a trading plan and stick to it. This plan helps you calculate what leverage to use, the position size and the amount of money that you are willing to commit. Where there is profit to be made, there is also risk, learn to plan your way around it.
You have a profitable trading system and solid money management rules. Is that enough? The answer is simple. If your psychology allows you to follow your system and abide to your money management rules then the answer is yes! However, many traders allow fear and panic to take over. In this webinar you’ll learn how to control your mind and ultimately your trading.
You know that trading is a good way of making money because you’ve heard so many things about it and heard of so many millionaires. Just like when you first desire to drive a car you think it will be easy – after all, how hard can it be? Price either moves up or down – what’s the big secret to that then – let’s get cracking! All you have to do to make a profit is to buy low and sell high – But is this the case? What are the stages you need to go through to evolve into a successful trader
This webinar aims to give you a clear overview of online trading. After leading you through the origins of trading, we will elaborate on the difference between several types of financial markets such as the forex market, the equity market, the commodities market and the derivatives market.
Buying a share of a company means buying a part of that company. Why do companies issue shares, and why do people buy shares? In this webinar we will answer these questions and we will provide a brief insight into the stock market and stock market indices. We will then talk about Contracts for Differences (CFDs) and explain the advantages and disadvantages of CFD trading with practical examples.
This webinar offers viewers an overview of Algorithmic trading which have attracted a lot of interest in recent years. We will explain what an Algorithm and Algorithmic trading is. We will also discuss various algorithmic trading strategies and explain the advantages and disadvantages of automated trading.
Analysis of the factors affecting a specific company (Such as liquidity, sales, debt, market share and competition) is known as microeconomic analysis. The questions that every investor needs to have an answer to when looking to invest in any company are: the following: Is the company's revenue growing? Is it actually making profits? Is it able to repay its debts? What is the fair value of its stock? In this video we will get to know the answers to these questions
It is with no doubt that news and economic data releases moves the market. This particularly applies to the Forex market because changes in the economic situation directly affect the demand and supply for the currency. Afterall, currencies are essentially confidence indicators for their countries. News releases provide fresh information on the performance of an economy and data surprises can sharply affect the market.This is the reason why one of the most popular ways to trade forex is to trade economic data and news releases
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