Course 1 Forex Trading - Introductory Course
If you have ever travelled to a foreign country, you may have needed to exchange your currency for a different one. By doing so, you participated in the foreign exchange market. However, this market has much more and much larger participants than holiday makers wanting to exchange their travel money. Some of these include coporations who buy and sell currencies in order to facilitate trade, others, such as the speculators trade currencies in order to make a profit. This course gives you an introduction into trading in general, what the forex market is and explains how is it possible to make money trading.
Course 2 Forex Trading Beginner Strategy
Get into the exciting world of online trading and learn its basics with the Forex Beginner Strategy in 5 simple steps. The rules of the Beginner Strategy are pretty straightforward and easy to learn, and you can use it as a basis on your way to developing your own strategy or trading style.

The first part of the course contains all the elements you need in order to get started with trading the Beginner Strategy. By taking this course and learning how to apply this simple concept in the real markets, you will learn how important it is to formulate clear rules and follow sound money management.

In the second part, which serves as an extension to the basic version of the strategy, you will be introduced to some advanced concepts and techniques that can help you become a more efficient trader. You can apply these to the Beginner Strategy or your own strategy.
Course 3 Forex Fundamental Analysis
By learning about fundamental analysis, you gain an insight into the dynamics of the financial markets that is essential for you to develop as a trader, regardless of the role this fundamental analysis plays in your day-to-day trading activity. Learn the basics of fundamental analysis to gain a better understanding of what drives the prices in the markets.

By taking this course, you will learn:
· The role of central banks and monetary policy in the financial markets
· The economic indicators and how they impact financial instruments
· How to use market correlation to improve your strategy
Course 4 MetaTrader 4 Tutorials
In order to trade different financial instruments, you need a trading platform to analyze the markets, make decisions and instruct the broker to execute your trades. Metatrader 4 (MT4) is the most popular trading platform among retail traders. It is simple enough for beginners to start trading with MT4, as their first platform, but its advanced funcionalities (such as dozens of built-in indicators, graphical tools, the ability to run trading robots, EAs) make it perfect for intermediate or even advanced traders.

In this course we will show you:
· How to get started with Metatrader 4
· How to set up your charts and how to work with charts and graphical tools
· How to open, manage and exit a trade (market order, pending order)
· How to add or install indicators
Course 5 Technical Analysis Course
The goal of this technical analysis course is to attempt to predict the future movements of an asset based on its historic price behavior.

It is based on the principle that prices, at all times, reflect all the relevant information needed to make sound trading decisions. Therefore, technical analysts, more often than not, refrain completely from using fundamental or economic data of any sort. Price patterns, they argue, are first, reliable indicators of future prices, and secondly, universal: they repeat themselves in all markets and all time frames over again.

What This Technical Analysis Course Will Help You Learn:
· What different chart types there are
· Why Japanese candlesticks are superior compared to other charting methods
· How to read Japanese candlesticks
· How to use horizontal support and resistance and trend lines
· How to do multiple time frame analysis correctly
· How to trade classic chart formations, such as double top/bottom, head and shoulders, triangles

Technical analysis is very important for any trader, even if you prefer fundamental analysis because technical analysis can help you improve your performance further and get better entries and exits for your trades, but also improve your risk and money management.
Course 6 Support and Resistance Trading
Learn a starter strategy that can be used in any time frame and instrument This strategy shows you how to apply support and resistance to the financial markets, step-by-step, in a real live market environment. This strategy is a stepping stone into more advanced and discretionary methods of trading.

This strategy will give you a set of rules that you can apply for you to get used to trading with support and resistance – it is great for beginners looking for some guidance when venturing into discretionary trading.
Course 7 Technical Analysis - How to work with indicators
What are indicators? Indicators are a set of tools applied to a trading chart that help make the market more clear.

For example, they can confirm if the market is trending or if the market is ranging. Indicators can also provide specific market information such as when an asset is overbought or oversold in a range, and due for a reversal.

In this course you will learn:
Lagging and leading indicators
Trending indicators
Oscillating indicators
When to use trending and oscillating indicators
Combining indicators correctly
Using divergence for trading
More advanced courses
Congratulations on your completion of the beginner course, the advance courses contains a variety of advanced trading strategies, but requires more funds to be used reasonably.

You can now apply for a live account and start trading.Unlocking the advanced course requires your account funds to exceed $5000
Thanks to our partner Tradimo for providing online training courses. If you deposit more than $5,000, you will receive a Tradimo Premium membership(worth $528) provided by ZANK and unlock more advanced courses.
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