Trading MasterClass

Trading MasterClass

24 Seasons

Self-paced course, suitable for all levels, includes 5 clearly defined technical trading strategies + 3 risk management techniques. Applicable to various financial markets including forex, equities, and cryptocurrency.

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Trading MasterClass
  • Limit Orders & Market Orders

    Episode 1

    Understand when to utilize a limit order, and when to utilize a market order. There are major distinctions between each, and your choice will depend on the strategy you’re trading, your personal trading style, and more. In this lesson you will learn when and how to use both limit and market order...

  • Risk Management

    Episode 2

    As traders, we are professional risk managers and therefore, it is our job to eliminate as much risk as possible. This can be done in various ways, such as risking only 1% of our account size, being cautious of correlation risk, position sizing correctly and more.

  • 1% Rule

    Episode 3

    In this lesson, Irek explains why the 1% rule is the most important risk management technique that we have within Trading MasterClass. Oftentimes traders will blow their entire accounts because they risk too much. Follow the 1% rule that Irek explains in this lesson, and only scale up to 2% risk ...

  • Capital Partitioning

    Episode 4

    Capital partitioning is optional. 

    In simple terms: You have $50,000.00 worth of capital. You put $25,000.00 of that into your trading account, and the other $25,000.00 into a safe, liquid investment. You then risk 2% on each trade. This means you’re only risking half of the account, but tradin...

  • Correlation Risk

    Episode 5

    Correlation risk is important - and goes hand in hand with capital preservation. For example, say the Tech sector is presenting 5 different stocks for a short. If you choose to execute all 5 positions, that would be risking 5%. Instead, you can eliminate the correlation risk, by choosing to execu...

  • Sizing a Trade

    Episode 6

    In this lesson, you’ll learn how to calculate your position size (i.e. how much you are buying or selling of a particular stock, or cryptocurrency, etc), and put together all of the concepts you’ve already learned relating to risk management.