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About the Course

The Put Capital Financial Trading Course consists of 11 hours of training videos split over 44 modules teaching you to read charts and understand the fundamentals of financial markets and how they move. Unlike most training courses, we have built each course ourselves through our wealth of experiences on different markets, from bullish highs to bearish lows using detailed technical and fundamental analysis to deliver the best price movement predictions.

The courses have been designed for complete beginners through to advanced experienced traders. Our courses work across multiple timeframes and multiple assets such as Forex, Cryptos, Stocks and more. We are not here to sell you the dream, we give you the reality so you can be the best trader you can.

The Modules

Each module is presented as an informative video and comes with an accompanying PDF of the content allowing you to print and refer to these documents as you need.

Intro to Trading

The Traders Mind

Learn trading from a psychological perspective, it is better to trade a lesser number of higher trades, than a larger volume of poorly selected trades.

Jargon Buster

We have set out some of the basic terms and phrases, and also things used in the trading world which we need to understand to be able to fully engage with the markets, and other traders.

How the markets move

Every financial market moves based on supply and demand, but understanding how this all pushes markets to be bullish or bearish is what this course is about.

Fundamentals & news

This is a method of evaluating an instrument in an attempt to measure its intrinsic value.
People do this by examining economic, financial and other external factors.
In a nutshell, DO YOUR HOMEWORK!

Indicators

Technicals 101
RSI breakdown
Moving averages
MFIB
Fractals
Alligator
ADX

Basic Trader

Support & Resistance

This can best be described as Floors and Ceilings in the market. When you watch the market price action around these areas they tend to act as barriers for the price to either bounce off or breakthrough.

Reading a price chart

Price action is what we as traders look at, to see how the markets are moving on any given Timeframe. They do not predict the future, they simply show us how the current market is moving, and in what direction.

Fibs - an explanation

These numbers follow through nature, which can be the number of petals on a flower, the distance and proportions on the human body, how animals reproduce. However, all we want to know is how they work in the trading world, and why they work on our charts.

Double tops & bottoms

These are simple patterns used by traders to identify a counter trend trading opportunity, but also used as an entry technique for other strategies as well.

Candle patterns

In this section, we will talk about the way candles form and how they can give an indication to market direction. When certain candles form, on a live chart they can be a strong indication of market direction.

Breakouts

After the last session we talked about support and resistance levels. When those levels are breached, in any direction this is known as a breakout. Now imagine for one second something has the force to smash through the floor, do you think it would keep going or just stop as soon as it broke through?

ABC conservative

The ABCD pattern stems from Harmonic Trading. These are patterns that form on a regular basis when the price bounces from one fib level to another. As it moves from one point to the next the pattern gains strength, as each new point is formed.

ABC aggressive

Having already watched the AB=CD Conservative pattern lesson, you should understand the basis of this pattern for trading. In this section we will trade this pattern at the previous leg. So instead of waiting for the D completion, we will trade the C to D move, hence the aggressive nature.

Harmonic Patterns

Harmonics an introduction

The roots of the Harmonic trading style all started with the Gartley ‘222’ pattern, so named as it was on the page of Gartley’s book, ‘Profits in the stock market’ which was published in 1935.

The Shark

This is a method of evaluating an instrument in an attempt to measure its intrinsic value.
People do this by examining economic, financial and other external factors.
In a nutshell, DO YOUR HOMEWORK!

The Gartley

Patterns that we normally trade are based on structure. For example, Double tops and bottoms work with existing levels of structure, Trend Lines, Support and Resistance etc. Harmonic patterns work with Fibonacci related relationships, so from one point to the next they bounce from one fib level to another, causing an inner structure to be produced; this is a Harmonic Pattern. In these patterns we look at 5 parts to each pattern.

The Bat

The Bat pattern is one of the easiest patterns to draw, as it works most on the initial fib drawn and is less time consuming to work out. It also has one the of the tightest stops of most patterns so offers the best risk Vs reward ratios.

The Cypher

Patterns that we normally trade are based on structure. For example, Double tops and bottoms work with existing levels of structure, Trend Lines, Support and Resistance etc.
Harmonic patterns work with Fibonacci related relationships, so from one point to the next they bounce from one fib level to another, causing an inner structure to be produced; this is a Harmonic Pattern. In these patterns we look at 5 parts to each pattern.

The Crab

The Crab Pattern is a very fast moving pattern, which means it can move out of the PRZ very quickly, so it is very important to make sure you have plotted this pattern before the price gets to the PRZ and the D completion.

The Butterfly

The ideal butterfly needs to have a specific alignment of Fib measures at each point within the structure.The butterfly is similar to the Gartley and the PRZ is defined by a mandatory retracement of the X to A leg as the point. The ideal Butterfly has 0.786 as XB but traders may use different measures such as 0.952 of the X to B this will be down to your own style of trading.

Advanced Trader

Wedges

Wedges are a multiple price wave reversal pattern. What this means in my own basic terms is the price moves narrow, just like the Triangle pattern, but rather than move sideways, they can make good progress either up or down.

Triple tops & bottoms

We are going to go through what defines a triple top, and a triple bottom when you are looking at the charts. A triple top or bottom is the same as any reversal pattern. We see a strong trend to the upside or downside, then we see a battle between the bulls and the bears, and then we see a directional change in the trend.

Triangles

Triangles can be classed as a reversal pattern, but more often than not they are a continuation. However, like with all price action, this can depend on news, or other indications that the charts are showing us.

Risk Vs reward

In the earlier videos we covered about why we trade, and our mind-set whilst we
are trading. In this section we will delve into this more as we step away from Binary and into Main Market Trading. We need to leave our Binary heads at the door and never use it again.

MTFA Analysis

Most people know about different styles of Analysis. These can be Fundamental, Sentiment and Technical. However, most traders miss a very important style, which is Multiple Time Frame Analysis. I’m sure most people in the early days have used this style, but as they progress onto Patterns, Trends, Structure and other styles of technical analysis this simple but effective style gets left behind, and I always think WHY?

Gap trading

A gap is empty space between one price bar and the next. These occur when the price significantly changes from the close of one price bar to the next, with no trading taking place in the empty space between the bars.

Flags & pennants

A flag is where you have a sharp rise or fall, followed by a consolidation area, then a breakout continuing in the direction of the original trend. Like an area of support and resistance.

Divergence

In this section we will show what both divergence and confluence mean when using the
Charts. Divergence according to the dictionary means the following?

Strategies

How to install MT4
PC Multi-band - Setup & training
Crosses - Part 1
Crosses - Part 2
Super signal dots - Setup & training