Short-Term Trading Workshop is a two-day course designed for all market professionals concerned with finding the precise moment to enter or exit a trading position in any asset class. By looking at a variety of trading techniques and real-time examples, the course shows how to use technical indicators to develop an effective short-term trading strategy.
Each delegate will be equipped with a PC and real-time charting software. This course is offered in association with The Technical Analyst, www.technicalanalyst.co.uk.
|April 3 to April 4, 2017|
|Duration: Two days (9.00am to 5.00pm)|
|Location (April): Apex City of London Hotel – London, UK|
|Location (September): The Tower Hotel – London E1, UK|
|Trainer: Trevor Neil|
|Course fee: £1890 + VAT – Register online|
+ When can they be used?
+ How to choose the A-B move to measure your B-C reaction
+ How to set targets
+ What works best?
+ The different types of oscillators, including the RSI, and what they show us
+ The compromise between timing and accuracy
+ Recognising bullish and bearish divergences
+ New ways to trade old oscillators
The Floor Traders Pivot System
+ Map the market day
+ How to trade the levels
Short-term trading with Sentiment Candles TNSC
+ A technique for trading using the sentiment of candles
+ Turning the method into a system
+ Finding high probability trade levels
+ Identifying strong and reliable signals
+ New signal techniques for the Fast Stochastic
+ The MACD - how, when used normally, it is too far behind the curve for short-term trading
+ A new MACD technique that brings the entry point as close as possible to the market turn
+ When, and when not, to use them
+ Do 2 standard deviations still work best?
+ A rule based technique for making frequent scalping profits
+ Comparing Bollinger Bands with Keltner Bands
+ How to trade at the opening and at market figures
Short-term chart patterns
+ Patterns that work
+ A 1-2-3 reversal pattern
Money management and risk
+ Risk/Reward ratio
+ How much to risk/trade?
+ How bad can it be?
+ Drawdown control
+ The hunt for stability