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High Probability Trading Course

This online course provides a step-by-step guide to the trading process that Garth Mackenzie follows. 

It’s designed to be simple enough for beginner traders to follow, yet also advanced enough that more experienced/intermediate level traders can benefit from the material too.

 

There are 8 hours of video content, with each video averaging around 20 minutes. After each lesson, there is an assessment that tests your knowledge as you progress.

This course was originally presented in a live format since 2012 but has since been converted into an online course so that delegates can watch the videos over and over. The assessments can also be taken over and over. This course has been attended by over 2500 individuals, from beginners to experienced traders.

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This online format allows delegates to progress at their own preferred pace.

Many more expensive courses cover the same basic concepts that are covered in this course. This course is set at a level that is realistic and doesn’t make false promises about a future of immediate success when you’ve completed the course.

 

The course provides the foundations you’ll need to feel confident as a trader, but one must remember that mastery takes time, effort and a lot of practise. That realism is a common thread throughout this course. 

Course Content

Price $199

  • 28 Video lessons (8 hours of video content)

  • 15 assessments (156 assessment questions)

  • Multiple downloadable resources
     

Course sections:

 

  • Introduction and getting started

  • Playing in the right sectors. Relative Strength Analysis

  • Building a technical analysis toolbox

  • High probability chart patterns

  • Creating a check list for high probability trades

  • Risk management and money management

  • Developing your Play Book, Game Plan and Monitoring system

  • Getting on your way

Topics Covered

  • Where to start as a trader

  • Playing in the right sectors

  • Relative strength analysis

  • Analysing relative strength of S&P500 sectors

  • How to create a chart list of S&P500 sectors

  • Analysing relative strength of S&P500 Industry Groups

  • Analysing the relative strength of stocks within Industry Groups

  • Building a technical analysis toolbox

  • Setting up a chart template

  • Trend lines: How to draw them and use them

  • Moving averages: How to use them to enhance your probability of success.

  • Stochastic Oscillator: How to use it as a measure of momentum.

  • Relative Strength Index (RSI): How to use it as a momentum indicator.

  • Volume: How to use it as a technical indicator

  • Candlestick patterns: How to use them to identify buy and sell signals

  • High-probability chart patterns

  • Trades off support and resistance

  • Continuation patterns. Triangles. Flags. Wedges.

  • Breakouts and breakdowns

  • Head & Shoulders patterns (and failed patterns)

  • Cup & Handle pattern

  • Using different time frame charts to finesse an entry on a high-probability pattern

  • Creating a checklist for high-probability trades.

  • How to create a checklist process to seek high-probability trade setups.

  • Risk Management and Money Management

  • Capital allocation and position sizing.

  • Understanding the difference between risk, nominal position size and leverage.

  • Clusters and concentration risk.

  • The power of compounded returns

  • Developing your PlayBook, Game Plan and Trade Monitoring system

  • Developing a Daily Game Plan

  • Performance monitoring and trading journal

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