Trading MasterClass

Trading MasterClass

24 Seasons

Learn all of the skills & knowledge required to master technical analysis. Trading MasterClass will teach you the basics of how to read a chart, how to execute on and understand the subtle intricacies of our 5 strategies, and how to approach the markets with minimal risk. Join our live weekly events for additional insights and lessons, and don’t miss out on our private members’ community where you can connect with hundreds of inspired individuals!

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Trading MasterClass
  • Intro to Elliott Waves

    The Elliott Wave Theory was originally created by Ralph Elliott in the 1930s when he first proposed that the markets move in specific patterns (or waves) due to human behaviour/psychology. This Theory identifies patterns in the market that keep repeating over and over again, making up what we cal...

  • The 5 Wave Count

    As mentioned in the previous lesson, the Elliott Wave Theory identifies trends within the markets, which mimic human psychology. Mass movements or mass swings in human psychology is reflected in repetitive fractal patterns within the charts. Those patterns and trends are called “waves”.

    Wave 1 ...

  • Simple & Complex Pullbacks

    In this lesson, we’ll build on The Elliott Wave Theory and start to use it as a whole package.

    Wave 2 and Wave 4 are pullbacks - one can be very simple, and one generally more complex. Complex pullbacks have more of a price action pattern (such as a rising wedge within the pullback itself),

    A ...

  • Elliott Waves & Fibonacci Retracement / Extension

    In this lesson, you’ll see how significant the Fibonacci Retracement and Extension tools are when integrated with the Elliott Wave Theory.

    You’ll learn how to utilize Fibonacci in conjunction with the Elliott Wave Theory to create a strong analysis/bias within the market, specifically when plan...

  • Elliott Waves & Multi-Timeframe Analysis

    By now, you should already have a good foundational understanding as to the use of the Elliott Wave Theory, but this lesson will take it even further… we’ll now be adding multi-timeframe analysis into the equation.

    A run on a higher timeframe is a trend on the lower timeframe - that’s what we wi...