Stock Trading Course

Stocks and CFDs Trading Course

Introduction to Trading Stocks and CFDs

This course has been designed and produced by a professional trader with the intent of guiding aspiring traders through the stock market and its subtleties.

What will you learn?

  • What are Stocks and Shares
  • How to trade CFDS
  • Strategies for Trading Stocks and Shares
  • How to Pick and Create Your own Stock Portfolio
  • How to Trade ETFs and Penny Stocks

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Module 1 Introduction to Stocks
Unit 1 What Are Stocks And Shares? 04:08 Pro  
Unit 2 Why Do Companies Go Public? 04:23 Pro  
Unit 3 What Is Market Capitalization Of A Company? 04:26 Pro  
Unit 4 Buying And Short Selling Stocks 06:31 Pro  
Unit 5 Trading Stocks With CFDs 07:20 Pro  
Module 2 Stock Market Indexes
Unit 1 The Importance Of Stock Market Indices 05:38 Pro  
Unit 2 A Review Of The FTSE 100 Index 05:46 Pro  
Unit 3 A Review Of The S&P 500 Index 07:33 Pro  
Unit 4 A Review Of The NASDAQ Composite 05:50 Pro  
Unit 5 A Review Of The German DAX 05:03 Pro  
Unit 6 The Dow Jones Industrial Average Index 06:48 Pro  
Unit 7 A Review Of The Nikkei 225 Index 05:57 Pro  
Module 3 How the Stock Market Works
Unit 1 What Is Stock Market Efficiency? 06:11 Pro  
Unit 2 Underperforming And Outperforming Stocks 09:49 Pro  
Unit 3 What Is Market Liquidity 05:08 Pro  
Unit 4 Big Money And Volume Analysis 08:25 Pro  
Module 4 Short to Medium Term Stock Trading
Unit 1 Why Are Company News Important? 12:00 Pro  
Unit 2 The Numbers On The Trading Platform 06:03 Pro  
Unit 3 Understanding Earnings Reports 10:58 Pro  
Unit 4 Volume Based Stock Screener 13:51 Pro  
Unit 5 Buy The Dip Sell The Rally Strategy 12:36 Pro  
Unit 6 Liquidity And Volume Around Key Levels 15:03 Pro  
Unit 7 Analyst Upgrades And Downgrades 12:48 Pro  
Unit 8 Medium Term Trading At Key Levels 15:50 Pro  
Unit 9 How To Trade an End of Day Short Squeeze 04:56 Pro  
Unit 10 How To Piggyback Big Moves 07:34 Pro  
Module 5 Day Trading ETFs
Unit 1 What Are ETFs And Why We Trade Them 04:26 Pro  
Unit 2 What Are Leveraged ETFs? 04:39 Pro  
Unit 3 What Are Inverse ETFs? 05:04 Pro  
Unit 4 Momentum Based ETF Trading Strategy 06:53 Pro  
Unit 5 Risks of Trading ETFs 05:53 Pro  
Unit 6 Inverse ETF Trading Strategy 08:13 Pro  
Unit 7 Volatility ETFs Trading Strategy 12:15 Pro  
Module 6 Stock Picking
Unit 1 Stock Trading Versus Stock Investing 04:39 Pro  
Unit 2 Fundamental Analysis of a Publicly Traded Company 05:48 Pro  
Unit 3 Company Earnings Reports 07:13 Pro  
Unit 4 Financial Performance Ratios: Profitability Indicators 05:12 Pro  
Unit 5 Financial Health Ratios: Solvency Ratios 05:59 Pro  
Unit 6 Financial Health Ratios: Liquidity Ratios 06:16 Pro  
Unit 7 Stock Valuation Ratios 06:31 Pro  
Unit 8 The Intrinsic value of a Stock 03:47 Pro  
Module 7 Building Your Stock Portfolio
Unit 1 What Is a Stock Portfolio? 05:46 Pro  
Unit 2 How To Build a Stock Portfolio 04:38 Pro  
Module 8 Penny Stocks
Unit 1 What Are Penny Stocks? 04:24 Pro  
Unit 2 Penny Stocks With Natural Volume Breakouts 08:32 Pro  
Unit 3 Penny Stocks Commandments 05:05 Pro  


About the Stock Trading Course:

The stock market is very different from any other market you have traded before, the participants trade differently in it, the volatility is higher, breaking news impact stocks furiously but because of this there is room for incredible profits.


I already know how to trade forex, do I really need to learn how to trade the stock market?

Yes, even though we use the same technical tools in any market we trade we still need to understand what dries price in any instrument we analyze. Trading stocks is very different to trading FX. Because the foreign exchange market is traded over the counter and it´s decentralized is very hard to get accurate level II data and retail traders are left to trade only off the charts.

Equities is a whole different game. Due to the fact that the market is centralized it´s easy to get feed from the exchanges to see where the big orders are placed, how the orders are flowing and reading the tape to get a sense of direction.

You can still just trade equities off the charts but don´t you want to have an edge before getting in the market?

Are there any prerequisites for the course?

This course was designed so that the beginner trader would understand where to start and how to move forward, nevertheless, it´s important to have a technical background and an idea of how the financial markets operate.

If you don´t have any technical background you can always jump to our technical course when you feel that you don´t follow the train thought of the lessons. It´s easy to move back and forward on the library.


I´m an aspiring forex trader, but I´m also interested in stocks. Should I give up forex and focus on equities alone?

Definitely not. This course is intended for you to diversify your portfolio not to close shop where you already are profitable. Remember all the hard work you put to get where you are in the foreign exchange market (or any other market for that matter); you can´t just leave all that behind for thoughts of something better right?

Diversification is key when it comes to profiting from the markets and you should be able to jump from the EUR/USD chart to the $TSLA chart to place a trade with no problem at all.

At we believe that traders should have all the necessary tools to succeed and this is the main reason the stock trading course is necessary for you to be able to diversify your trading.

How long is it going to take me to be a profitable equities trader?

That´s a good question and it usually depends and varies from trader to trader. If you have a lot of experience in the markets and are already a profitable trader it should take you no time to adjust and be profitable trading stocks. If you are a beginner it will take a little longer but because this course is so well thought you will eventually get there.

Are there any special indicators taught on this course that only apply to stocks?

No. As we said before we use the same technical tools in every market we trade. The difference is that we don´t use them all at once. Many stock courses out there preach to have the ultimate indicator for equities but everybody has it it´s called price and order flow.

In this course you will learn how to read the level II, how to place trades with profitable strategies and how to choose from various instruments; from stocks to ETFs.

Is this course only for daytraders?

Absolutely not. In this course you will learn not only to trade and profit from volume and momentum but also how to build a stock portfolio, how to read financial performance ratios, financial health ratios and to determine the stock´s real price.

What to do after I finished the course?

Well it´s really up to you but you should backtest your strategy, build your account and then think of moving forward with the futures course or even the option course.


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