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The courses in this section will cover technical analysis as a whole, in small digestible and easy to understand installments. Some subjects will span over multiple parts, however, each part will be its own universe of knowledge, that you may use to expand your technical analysis knowledge base.

Session 1.1 -The Preliminaries of Technical Analysis

Technical analysis is the study of price. This means we are studying historical data to anticipate future outcomes. For this to be possible it there must exist some predictive data

Session 1.2 -The Preliminaries of Technical Analysis

Traders tend to be categorised as being either purely technical or entirely fundamental in their approach. The reality is that most traders apply a combination of the two techniques. On

Session 2.1 -Price Action and Trend Identification

Understanding why, when and how price trends are formed and develop is essential in every solid technical analysis. We take you a bit further into the main tenets of price

Session 2.2 -Price Action and Trend Identification

You might have heard the saying that the trend is your friend. But why? The anser requires understanding the anatomy of a price cycle, i.e. how trends develop and how

Session 3.1 -Support, Resistance & Candlesticks

The Japanese candlestick approach is a methodology of recording prices developed in the rice markets in Japan in the 1700’s. It is a process that highlights the area between the

Session 3.2 -Support, Resistance & Candlesticks

We cover the main candlestick formations, and their relation to chart patterns. In addition, we take you deep into the analysis of key price levels such as support and resistance

Session 4.1 -Workshop I

In the first workshop session of the Technical Analysis saga we will incorporate everything learned so far into a solid trading plan with lots of real case examples. [video width="1918"

Session 4.2 -Workshop I

We finish this workshop by providing you with robust skills to read market conditions while putting everything into context. [video width="1920" height="1080" mp4=""][/video]

Session 5.1 -Chart Patterns

Chart patterns (also "price patterns") serve as a good proxy of behaviour and changes in market sentiment. Thus, patterns help us assess the degree of fear and greed, volatility and

Session 5.2 -Chart Patterns

In the second part of this session we move on and cover the most relevant types of patterns, either reversal or continuation, bullish or bearish, such as the Head and

Session 6.1 -Applying Momentum

This session will explain you everything you need to know about moving averages, including slopes, lags, multiplicities, etc. You will also learn how to to combine them efficiently with other

Session 6.2 -Applying Momentum

In this video we will take you to the overbought and oversold price territories; while focusing on the different types of divergences there are, trendlines and patterns, etc. [video width="1918"

Session 7.1 -Trading the Trend

This session will help you master the most lucrative phase of a price cycle: trends! You will be able to anticipate the formation and development of a price trend; while

Session 7.2 -Trading the Trend

We will explain you two essential aspects of trend trading: timing and momentum. You will learn how to professionally administrate your positions while keepting risk tightly under control. All this

Session 8.1 -Workshop II

In this workshop session we incorporate technical analysis into a solid trading plan: patterns, trends, momentum and moving averages, etc.! [video width="1918" height="1078" mp4=""][/video]

Session 8.2 -Workshop II

In the second part of this workshop session we put into practice all the skills learned so far to read market conditions. [video width="1920" height="1078" mp4=""][/video]

Session 9.1 -Technical, Fundamental & Sentiment Analysis

In the first part of this session we take you deeper into the different types of analysis methodologies there are. You will also find it interesting how professional traders build

Session 9.2 -Technical, Fundamental & Sentiment Analysis

This second part is all about sentiment: what it is, how to measure it, ways to apply it, its real impact, its connection to the relational and other analytical approaches

Session 10.1 -Fibonacci & Elliot Wave

We start this session with one of the most popular tools among market technicians: Fibonacci. You will learn about applications such as Fibonacci retracements, price and time projections, fans and

Session 10.2 -Fibonacci & Elliot Wave

Elliot Wave Principle is one of those techniques that awakens either unconditional passion or undescribable hatred among market analysts. We take a neutral approach to Elliot, and explain you the

Session 11.1 -Range, Breakout, Order Flow & Confirmation

Although price expansion (i.e., trend) is the most lucrative phase of a price cycle, in reality, it is ranges what truly makes the difference between successful and unsuccessful trading, mainly

Session 11.2 -Range, Breakout, Order Flow & Confirmation

The second part of this session is all about mastering order flows and price confirmation; this will mainly help you prevent (or control) possible false entries, commonly known as price

Session 12.1 -Workshop III

In the final workshop session of this Technical Analysis Course, we put everything learned so far into context around two main aspects of markets: directional bias and position administration within

Session 12.2 -Workshop III

At this point, assuming that you have carefully watched all sessions, all you need is a bit of experience to perform a truly professional charting masterpiece! Now you are ready

Bonus Session Part I -Seasonality

In this very special bonus delivery we will help you dive into the complexity of (volatility) Seasonality. You will learn the foundations of Gann and Gartley; in preparation of some

Bonus Session Part 2 -Speculative Positioning

You will be provided with solid foundations on another advanced topic: (speculative) positioning. We will explain you how the masses behave within the context of imperfect markets, and how institutional