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Anyone who claims that you can become a successful trader with a one-week seminar is lying. Trading is a buiness and a craft at the same time, which you have to learn just like any other profession in the world. In no profession in the world you become a professional overnight – there is simply no such thing. No theory seminar in the world can replace self-made experiences that you have to gather over a longer period of time.
This is what my 6-month VIP Class Trading Education is all about: gaining experience over a longer period of time and approaching trading as a business and a craft.
There are two online sessions per week. One session focuses on training and deepening theory and the second session focuses on practical implementation and practice and gaining experience in the market.
Each participant has the opportunity to ask all his questions in each of the live sessions. Also, each student broadcasts their screen and we look at the trades or trade ideas there together. There is always a team member present and moderates the session, answers questions and gives input on trading mistakes.
Everything is designed for each participant to constantly improve and develop. The regular sessions and the development of routines is essential for this.
During the first 4 months, the focus is on topics such as technical analysis, market understanding, trading setups, trade management, risk and money management, mental training and technical topics such as finding good and reliable brokers & useful software.
In the fifth month, the theory focus is on fundemantal and economic contexts. The aim here is to gain an understanding with regard to macroeconomic relationships. What role do central banks play? Where are we in the economic cycle right now? How are bonds, commodities and stocks related? It’s also about correlations in forex. Which currency areas are commodity dependent? What is the significance of the U.S. dollar for gold or oil, for example? And much more…
The sixth month is all about the world of cryptocurrencies. Here we discuss everything important that you can and must know about cryptocurrencies, from how to open a wallet to trading cryptocurrencies or crypto derivatives like futures.
Of course, all theory focuses are deepened and the newly acquired knowledge is brought into practice and applied there.
Trading financial instruments carries a high level of risk and may not be suitable for all investors. This applies, in particular, to leveraged financial instruments (trading on margin). The high degree of leverage can work against you as well as for you. From a positive value development of a financial instrument in the past, no conclusion can be drawn for future benefits. Due to political, economic, or other changes or events, significant losses may occur. In addition, exchange rate fluctuations of foreign currencies can influence profits and losses. Before deciding to trade any financial instrument or making any other decision that could have a financial impact, you should carefully consider your investment objectives, level of experience, and risk appetite. You should be aware of all the risks and opportunities associated with the trading of the concerned financial instrument or with any other financial decision. Ensure that you fully understand the risks involved. The possibility exists that you could sustain a loss even in excess of your initial investment. Only invest with money you can afford to lose. If necessary, you should seek independent advice. In particular CFDs/Forex are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs/Forex work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money. Also note, at your own responsibility, whether there are any local or personal legal restrictions with regard to the trading of financial instruments. This risk notice applies in conjunction with our general terms and conditions.
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