Deep content with an array of learning materials and extended support throughout your training process.

Overview

A robust, currently 42 lecture series is at the heart of this platform. Each section provides you with a video walkthrough of the topic discussed, as well as accompanying “quick views” and the slides used in the video presentation itself. The material on this site goes beyond theory and stem from many years of price action application in both discretionary and quantitative environments.

Good trading habits are very difficult to obtain without the market knowledge to back them. We therefore place specific emphasis on explaining what most traders simply cannot. A linear approach is used to provide such groundwork and bring much-needed structure to your trading routines. Our goals for you are as follows:


  1. Lay a foundation in terms of market mechanics, which may be quickly verified and applied. Allow for an understanding of basic and advanced premises of supply and demand as well as best practices for identifying a trading environment.


  2. Simplify and more precisely identify entry and exit points that follow positive reward to risk guidelines.


  3. Identify more opportunity through enhanced chart literacy. Be able to understand the current environment and what is next.


  4. Strengthen and bring structure to your macroeconomic knowledge and intermarket analysis in relation to price movements.


  5. Utilize best practices for position sizing and all other risk-related principles. This is tied to an understanding of market movements just as much as it is to basic math.

Expertise In Brief
  • Price and volume-based analytics that emphasize trading environments and pinpointing price reversals / continuation through a simplified approach that uses natural movements and a series of basic structures present in all markets.
  • When available, volume / order flow used to gauge supply and demand increase and slowdown.
  • Unconventional approach. Material covered is not based on standard price/bar patterns but rather actual application of price action techniques.
  • 15 years of financial industry experience, 13 years trading, both institutionally OTC and on various US-based exchanges.
  • Techniques may be crossed over/into other strategies, such as any exponential divergence, cycles, volume-based, etc.
  • 10 years of foreign exchange experience. This series has a section dedicated to it, primarily in relation to how macroeconomic data / events translate to price movements.

What’s Inside

Watch

VIDEO LECTURES

Comprehensive videos outline key tenets of a properly constructed, fluid and consistent price action-based strategy, which may be used alone or in conjunction with other methods.

Interact

ASK QUESTIONS

Q&A board allows you to ask questions in reference to each lesson. These questions are separated by lesson, allowing you to be specific about the topics at hand. Another section is dedicated to future video or information requests.

Brief

QUICK GLANCE NOTES

Supplemental information is provided below each lecture to outline key tenets, refreshing your memory at a glance.

Reference

PRINTABLE GUIDES

Some of our concepts can be summarized in short form. While you are still learning, these cheat sheet references will allow you to view relevant concepts while you are trading.

See

SLIDE GALLERIES

Galleries are embedded in each lecture section, providing you with quick access to the supplemental slides used in the presentation.

Talk

1 ON 1 SESSIONS

For those who choose to take advantage, we include one on one calls to discuss any trading-related matters of your choosing.

How We Can Help

Remove the roadblock to growth.

Every trader experiences periods of slowdown or outright stagnation. Oftentimes these periods occur before the equity curve displays consistent growth. Fixing this oftentimes involves simplifying the trading process and breaking it down into digestible components that may be applied in an instant.

Becoming chart literate allows traders of all disciplines opportunity to either expand what they already have. While most people tend to think that trading can be as simple as applying a rule-based system, such hard wired strategies all reveal weak points at some point. Adaptation is what truly matters, and it is what we emphasize in our lectures.

Find more opportunity through chart literacy.

Here, you will not learn a hard wired strategy, but rather a comprehension of your charts. You will be able to open up any chart, and immediately identify opportunity in several different forms. This will allow you to of course adapt according and apply risk should your level of comprehension of the environment is deemed strong enough.

Why is this so important? When you understand how and why prices move, and of course where they are likely going, you are able to adapt to a very wide range of other specific strategies, while exercising good reward to risk.

Fix your flailing equity curve.

Getting traders to understand that good risk reward is crucial to his or her success is not a hard thing to do, but exercising it poses difficult challenges. For most traders, it is simply that he or she does not know how to do this because they lack the means of knowing how far price will move, and in what circumstances.

Through a combination of basic, local topping and bottoming structures and principles that predict upcoming movements with high accuracy, we construct a series of “if, then” statements that dictate a natural movement in price.

Beat psychological factors by a rigid understanding of how prices behave.

Psychology is a major area to blame when it comes to losses acquired in trading, but we believe that it is far too overused. While certain losses are unquestionably the result of behavior that should have modified, many traders play the psychology blame game on instances where he or she might have succeeded with an increased knowledge of market dynamics.

We have proven that a very large psychological component can be tethered simply through understanding what it is we see on our charts. Worry is a natural component when it comes to the unknown. Being chart literate of course decreases stress and other related elements.

Trading Style and Core Expertise

The primary trading style discussed is considered short term (daytrading) with the ability to hold long-term positions. Price action and understanding chart behavior is the emphasis of discussions. These concepts, however, may be used across any timeframe or tick chart and easily adjusted to the demands of the individual trader.

We do not adhere to conventional methods because we have found them to be largely ineffective. While many of the terms used are conventional in nature, you will find the application to be drastically different compared to what most people have become accustomed.

Price action is a discipline studied by many but implemented properly by few. Many methods described in books and on the internet are loosely defined and oftentimes provide few indications as to the future direction of price.

We aim to explain price behaviors in plain english, allowing a trader to adapt to a range of environments while entering and exiting with precision.

Over the years, we have worked incredibly hard to understand price in a way that few others do. We realize that simple structures go a long way in terms of measuring crowd mood and understanding where prices need to go next.

Who is This For?

Surprising to most, this series was initially developed to help Natural Gas traders obtain better market timing for their fundamentally-driven ideas. Our experience spans a range of markets, including Forex, Futures, Equities, Energy and Fixed Income, with derivative trading on Futures, Equities and Energy.

The content on this site is designed to help traders of many different disciplines.

While the bulk of discussions surround daytrading, fundamentally driven and quantitative traders can benefit. We work in what is traditionally a fundamentally driven market that respects technical rules, and still regularly consult with a traders who practice various methods of portfolio management/trading.

Other clients that have strictly technical backgrounds, but have yet to solidify either a routine or recognition of common price behaviors (eg what to expect) will perhaps benefit the most. Charts are our language and drive most of what we do.

The techniques described herein cover an array of concepts and techniques appropriate for trading all charted instruments. The emphasis is technical analysis with a backdrop in Foreign Exchange, with which we have the most experience.

(Actually) Unique from Many Angles

We would not have built this series if we did not think that we could do it better than the bulk of educational materials geared towards daytrading both in print and online. While most are built to excite an audience with mental preparation or other excuse-driven content, we are far more concerned with your bottom line.

Here, you will learn nothing about candlestick patterns, canned explanations of support and resistance, or other such ineffective means of market analysis.

A wide range of trading education platforms highlight theoretical or business-oriented content (explaining how “insiders” work or other materials that fail to conclude, etc.). And while it may all be interesting, it does not, in essence, help you to trade better.

Our methods are the result of years of exploration and portfolio management. Like most experienced technical traders, we understood that measuring crowd behavior and chart literacy was the key to doing so. And while much has been written in terms of price action, few explanations satisfied our desire in terms of pinpointing reversals, or knowing what our possibilities were when price began displaying certain behaviors.

Technical analysis covers a very broad range of concepts. Most conventional forms of technical analysis are either based on prices themselves (as in the case of most exponentially calculated indicators) or use primarily ineffective methods for forecasting. Despite advances in execution / price matching technology, our framework covers what has always been and will not change.