Trading the stock market is one thing, but trading highly leveraged markets, is another thing altogether. That's becuase trading is not about how much money you can make; rather, it is about how much you do not lose over time. In other words, it is about minimizing risk, not maximizing profits.
What are the educational requirements to enrol in the course?
Students are also required to have proficiency in mathematics and in written and spoken English as well as sufficient computer skills in Microsoft Office, in particular Word, Excel, Outlook and Microsoft Explorer (or equivalent).
Who is the course suitable for?
The course is suitable for anyone who has already been profitably trading the stock market and is looking to trade highly leveraged markets both long and short.
How long do I get to complete the course?
You will have up to 9 months to complete the course.
How is the course delivered?
The course is delivered via a flexible online learning environment.
What subjects are covered in the course?
Trading for Cash Flow: this module introduces you to the key trading techniques that will ensure your success in highly leveraged markets, including trend analysis, price analysis, pattern and time analysis and how to combine these techniques to improve the profits you take from the market.
Short-Term Trading Strategies: this module introduces you to a number of trading strategies, including range trading, pairs trading and hedging, and how to combine these strategies with various trading techniques to confidently and safely profit from the market.
Managing the Risks of Trading for Cash Flow: this module focuses on one of the most important aspects in trading and that is risk management. You will learn the key strategies to successfully manage yourself in highly leveraged markets including safe money management practices, different stop losses to suit the stock(s) you are trading and how to determine your potential profits based on the volatility of the stock. You will also learn how to construct a trading plan over different timeframes and how to determine your overall profitability.
When can I enrol?
Students enrolling in the Trading for Cash Flow course can commence their studies at any time.
What are the fees to enrol in the course?
Full details of the fees and charges you will pay is outlined in the Course Handbook.
Trading leveraged markets such as forex or contracts for difference is incredibly exciting, but consistently making money in these markets is very challenging without the right knowledge or skill.
Because when you’re leveraged 10:1 or more, it’s your money on the line and while you can make substantial returns, you can also lose it just as quickly if you don’t know how to trade.
It is for this reason why we have written a course specifically designed for serious traders who want to learn how to protect their capital while profiting from trading highly leveraged markets.
Designed with everything you need to know to confidently and competently trade short-term highly leveraged markets, you will gain the required knowledge and skill to trade both long and short.
Taught by investment professionals with over 35 years experience in the stock market, every strategy has been tested and refined over many years to ensure your success is guaranteed.
What’s more, you will learn solid risk and money management rules that will ensure your longevity in the market.
That's because our only concern is your success!
This course consists of three modules.
Trading for Cash Flow will teach you:
If you don't like gambling with your money and you want to take the risk out of trading leveraged markets to build sustainable long term wealth, look no further!
You will gain the knowledge and confidence to achieve your financial goals.
There is only one word that sums up the Diploma, Advanced Course and Trading for Cash Flow - EXCELLENT! David Sargent, QLD
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