As a population, we all find ourselves in need of knowing how to invest our savings, fundamentally because as time goes on our money is worth less and less. Consequently, if we do not learn how to invest our capital, we will lose our purchasing power.
In this course we will show you: how the financial sector works; the differences between managing your money through third parties or by yourself; and how to operate in the stock market, so ultimately you are able to understand where the advantages and disadvantages of each of these options are.
· Lecture 1: Financial Markets: Why were they created, what agents can be found in financial markets, what type of assets and what are the characteristics of today’s markets.
· Lecture 2: Ways of operating in the markets: Going long or short, operating with CFD, leverage, operations with lots, download of the demo platform.
· Lecture 3: Technical Analysis 1: Platform configuration, graph analysis, Japanese candles, entry and exit orders.
· Lecture 4: Technical Analysis 2: Supports, resistances, channels, triangles, breakouts, Gaps.
· Lecture 5: Technical Analysis 3: ATR, moving averages, Fibonacci, oscillators, RSI, MACD.
· Lecture 6: Intraday trading strategy.
· Lecture 7: Swing trading strategy. During this lecture, we will talk about the swing trading strategy. We will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of this strategy as well as an example of its application.
· Lecture 8: monetary management and risk management. In this lecture, we discuss the concept of diversification and the importance of managing risk in our portfolio. We will look at what the appropriate amount of risk for each operation should be and how to calculate it. We will also discuss the application of stop losses and the volatility of different assets.
· Lecture 9: Cryptocurrencies. In this lecture, we will discuss the history and function of cryptocurrencies. We will do this from a speculative perspective and we will discuss the risks associated with these types of assets. Not only that, but also the risks associated with the platform trading cryptos. Lastly, we will look at how to minimize the risks associated with an already risky market.
o We will introduce the concept of market capitalization as an indicator of cryptocurrency price expectations
· Lecture 10: Trading macroeconomic events. During this lecture, we will discuss how macroeconomic news is traded, what the pros and cons of this trading strategy are, what can be expected and how to interpret the results. To do this, we will explain how to read and interpret the economic calendar. Besides having a normal lecture, we will also educate you on real trading signals with real money in real-time. We do this in the European market from 08:30 to 12:00, as well as in the American market from 15:30 a 19:00 and Asian market from 23:30 to 3:00.
Once the theoretical and practical sessions are finished, the student will be able to see how professional traders operate in the markets both in 15-minute charts and intraday as 4-hour and 1-day charts and for medium-term operations with objectives between one and two months.
WHAT DOES THIS COURSE INCLUDE?
· 10 theoretical classes broadcast live.
· Live question and answer sessions after each class.
· Personalized tutorials to answer questions with teachers via telephone and email.
· Additional downloadable material with lifetime access.
· Evaluation test + certificate with the final grade.
· Platform adapted to all mobile devices, computers, and tablets.