Financial markets and instruments - categories and types.
US bond market (securities market).
The currency market (forex, spot).
Derivatives markets (options, futures, CFDs).
Transition to a completely new level of trading.
After completing the course you will master all the necessary spectrum of stock market analysis tools and will be able to apply them comprehensively. This will help to improve the quality of each trade, stabilize the yield curve and prevent its failures in the future.
All theoretical knowledge will be used on practice. You will trade at demo and real account and each of your transactions will be examined and analyzed with the teacher. After completing the course, you will have unlimited support and advice from the teacher that you can request anytime.
TRANSITION TO A COMPLETELY NEW LEVEL OF UNDERSTANDING THE MARKET
What you will be able to do after completing the course:
- Understand how the market is organized, the characteristics of its participants and their impact on price.
- Be aware of all the subtleties of stock selection for trading.
- To recognize financial bubbles and make profit from them.
- To analyze volumes, volatility and daily range.
- Understand the mechanisms of interconnection of indices, markets and individual instruments.
- Correctly interpret data from Time&Sales, Level 2 windows and tick charts.
- Be able to choose the direction, entry points and optimal goals for trading.
- Correctly calculate the time for holding a position.
- Optimize risks and profitability, avoid failure of the yield curve.
- To improve quality of transactions - sniping and timing.
- Know the features of volatility analysis and trading.
- Get ready-made filters to find promising companies.
- Practically use knowledge gained during the course.
How market liquidity affects the competitiveness of a trader.
The impact of volatility on risk assessment and forecasting.
Capitalization. Volumes of bidding and analysis of competitors.
Dependence of number of traded instruments and the results of trading.
How markets are organized: the main rules, the ECN system, trading platforms.
How the US stock market is regulated. Entry threshold, costs and commissions.
Brokerage business from within: brokerage business models and interaction of market participants.
Everything you need to know about clearing, brokers, proprietary (prop) companies and trading groups.
Optimization of taxes for traders from the CIS countries. Licensing and regulation of brokerage business (types, prices, terms and their impact on traders).
Dependence of results of trade on the brokerage business model.
Which market should you choose for trading? Disadvantages and advantages of different markets for the trader.
1. Stock market working hours: trading session, pre-market and post-market.
2. Market information: sources and analysis.
3. Types of trading orders.
4. Types and levels of quotations: level 1, level 2, level 3.
5. Display of information: platforms for analysis and trade.
6. Work with platforms TOS, Sterling Trader Pro, Lightspeed Trader, REDI.
7. Graphs and their types.
8. The main tools needed for trader: tape deals, DOM, volumes.
9. How the law of supply and demand works in financial markets.
10.The mechanism of appearance and change of quotes.
11. How different types of orders affect quotes formation.
12.Market liquidity and opportunities for price manipulation.
13. Types of information analysis: technical and fundamental.
1.Main trading strategies: trend following, mean-reversion, market making, statistical arbitrage.
2. Examples of trading strategies using risk management and volume management at trading positions.
1. Specifics of working with high and low volatility.
2. Choosing trading tactics depending on volatility.
3. The impact of volatility on the position retention.
4. Determination of profitability potential and transaction risk based on volatility.
1. Analysis of the daily range.
2. How to search for stocks with high potential for movement/profitability based on TR.
3. How to select trading tactics based on the range analysis.
1. The connection between the indices of the S&P 500, Dow Jones, NASDAQ and stocks of individual companies.
2. The influence of instruments correlation and markets on behavior of bidders.
3. The impact of volatility on correlation of financial instruments.
4.How to choose a trading strategy taking into account the current correlation of the instrument.
1. Combination of different timeframes and tick charts for complex analysis of price patterns.
1. How to calculate the entry point based on large limit orders.
2. How to calculate the entry point based on volatility.
1. The comprehensive use of order flow analysis results, volatility, the direction of the index and the foundation of the company to choose the direction of entry into the market
1. Determining the potential for price movement.
2. Selecting price levels to exit the position.
1. What part of capital you should use for each transaction.
2. Comparing tactics of working with fixed and floating part of capital.
3. Choosing optimal frequency of transactions.
4. Setting daily, weekly, monthly risk.
5. Analysis of using averaging tactics.
6. Analysis of using martingale tactics.
7. Analysis of using pyramid tactics.
8. Position and portfolio management techniques.
9. The technology of hedging positions.
10. How to use borrowed funds - credit leverage.
1. Analysis of trader's yield curve.
2. How to reduce volatility of trader's yield curve.
3. How to minimize risks and increase volumes and trade turnover.
1. How to calculate the transaction volume depending on various parameters of the market.
2. How to work with fixed and floating volume.
3.Mathematical justification of different options for choosing the position volume.
1. Review and analysis of different frequency of trading.
2. Increase the quality of transactions – trading rarely, but accurately.
3.Psychological aspects – how to avoid random transactions.
1. Compliance of position holding time to the time scale of analysis.
2. Setting the timeframe for each transaction.
1. The reaction of limit orders in DOM (Level 2) on the flow of orders (order flow).
2.Search for hidden applications in dark pools.
3. Determining large limit orders of large players.
4. Determining the current supply/demand balance.
5. Analysing the average number of transactions per unit of time.
6. Determining the moment to enter and exit a transaction based on Time&Sales window.
1. Analysis of tick data as an alternative to reading the Time&Sales window.
2. We develop the skill of reading the order flow according to the schedule of a large timeframe without Time&Sales and tick data.
1.Order Flow Analysis.
3. Interpretation of volumes.
4.Volume Spread Analysis.
7. Cluster graphics.
8.Technical analysis, indicators, wave analysis, levels.
1. What goes first - order flow or foundation?
2. Influence of the foundation on short-term and long-term price movements
1. A review of available resources and sources for searching and analyzing information.
1. Financial bubble and how it is formed.
2. Examples of financial bubbles in various markets.
3. How to use financial bubbles for making profit.
1. From theory to practice - the accumulation of trading skills on a demo and a real account.
2.Analysis of trades and errors.
1. Analysis of optional volatility and its indices.
2. Trading volatility.
1. Automation of searching interesting/perspective companies - writing of filters, robots, statistics collection.
2. Ready filters, which you can use to analyze the studied parameters.
Personal support and consultations.
From all that I found when I was looking for stock trading education, the course of Dmitry Bakhtin was out of competition. Such a big volume of unique knowledge and experience for such a reasonable price is a real gift.