Professional Trading Strategy Course[Free Download]

Features

  • Built on scientific principles.
  • 74 HD Video Lectures.
  • Applicable in ANY Market and ANY Timeframe.
  • It can be used by itself or in alignment with MMS and NTS.
  • Immediatelly available to download.
  • High level information for low cost.
  • Precise Technical Analysis Techniques / Setups.
  • Frequent Trade Opportunities.
  • Simple, Solid and Safe Risk Management Guidelines.
  • Awareness of 38 Psychological Traps of Trading.
  • LIVE Trade Examples of the Method.
  • Email Support

Table of Contents

  • 1 – The 6 Dimensions of a Professional Trading Strategy
  • 2 – Contextual Trading
  • 3 – Multitimeframe Analysis
  • 4 – Hierarchy of Signals
  • 5 – Trade Location
  • 6 – Relative Recognition of Market Movements
  • 7 – Subjective Interpretation of Markets
  • 8 – Interdependence of Strategy Dimensions
  • 9 – Technical Analysis
  • 10 – Fractal Flow Strategy Techniques Overview
  • 11 – Price, Momentum and Simple Divergence
  • 12 – Fractal Analysis Concept
  • 13 – Fractal Reversal Divergence
  • 14 – Fractal Hybrid Divergence
  • 15 – Fractal Bar
  • 16 – Auxiliary Tools Introduction
  • 17 – Support and Resistance
  • 18 – Candle Interpretation
  • 19 – Trend Recognition
  • 20 – Risk Management Introduction
  • 21 – Risk / Reward Ratios
  • 22 – Margins of Error
  • 23 – Risk Contraction and Expansion
  • 24 – Position Sizing
  • 25 – Shooting Stops Forward
  • 26 – Trading Psychology
  • 27 – Prospect Theory
  • 28 – The Intelligence Paradox
  • 29 – Availability Heuristic
  • 30 – Attentional Bias
  • 31 – The Illusory Truth Effect
  • 32 – Mere-Exposure Effect
  • 33 – Mood Congruent Bias
  • 34 – Baader-Meinhof Phenomenom
  • 35 – Empathy Gap
  • 36 – Omission Bias
  • 37 – Von Restorff Effect
  • 38 – Focusing Effect
  • 39 – Framing Effect
  • 40 – The Weber-Fechner Law
  • 41 – Confirmation Bias
  • 42 – Semmelweis Reflex
  • 43 – Bias Blind Spot
  • 44 – Clustering Illusion
  • 45 – Naive Realism
  • 46 – Gambler’s Fallacy
  • 47 – Hot Hand Fallacy
  • 48 – The Bandwagon Effect
  • 49 – Zero Sum Bias
  • 50 – Hindsight Bias
  • 51 – Outcome Bias
  • 52 – Restraint Bias
  • 53 – Overconfidence Effect
  • 54 – Dunning-Kruger Effect
  • 55 – Peltzman Effect
  • 56 – Hyperbolic Discounting
  • 57 – Sunk Cost Fallacy
  • 58 – Irrational Escalation
  • 59 – Zero Risk Bias
  • 60 – The Disposition Effect
  • 61 – Pseudo-Certainty Effect
  • 62 – Backfire Effect
  • 63 – Reverse Psychology
  • 64 – The Less-Is-Better Effect
  • 65 – Operational Logic
  • 66 – Trade Plan
  • 67 – EXAMPLE 1 – EURUSD M5 Long Trade with 2nd Degree Fractal Reversal Divergence
  • 68 – EXAMPLE 2 – EURUSD H1 Short Trade with 2nd Degree Fractal Reversal Divergence
  • 69 – EXAMPLE 3 – AUDUSD M15 Short Trade with 2nd Degree Fractal Reversal Divergence
  • 70 – EXAMPLE 4 – AUDJPY M15 Long Trade with 3rd Degree Fractal Hybrid Divergence
  • 71 – EXAMPLE 5 – USDCAD M30 Long Trade with 2nd Degree Fractal Hybrid Divergence
  • 72 – EXAMPLE 6 – EURGBP H1 Short Trade with 3rd Degree Fractal Hybrid Divergence
  • 73 – EXAMPLE 7 – GBPJPY H4 Short Trade with 2nd Degree Fractal Reversal Divergence

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