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The Education


We take great pride in offering some of the highest level of education ever offered in the world of trading. Trading is a profession, just like any other academic endeavor, it requires a lot of hard work and study. What you study therefore becomes of utmost importance. If you are going to devote yourself and your time to studying material, you want to be ensured that what you are spending your time learning, is worthy. What is being taught here is considerably the most advanced lessons on how to understand and trade the markets that have ever been assembled. That is a large claim indeed and we stand by it 100%!

What is offered here is a graduated system of learning. You get only the lessons you need at the beginning stage of learning until you are ready for the more advanced lessons. The education is therefore broken down into three phases. Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3. We believe in continuous education so every week we have classroom sessions reviewing the lessons from each level and applying them to the current market conditions. We believe this is the best way to build your skills as a professional trader!


The lessons taught in Level 1 are the basic lessons, the introduction to the concepts that will allow you to start to do your own analysis applying the system you have been taught to be able to find the Institutional Trade Signals. You must understand these lessons to be able to access the Level 2 lessons.


How to qualify for Level 2  -  To graduate to level 2 of education YOU MUST complete at least two Chart Analysis Classes. Each class is broken down into 8 – 10 separate sessions. Successful completion of each class includes completing and submitting the homework provided at the end of each weeks session. You must start when we begin a new class which would be session 1 of 1. In preparation for new classes you can watch the classes we have already completed for both #gold and the $AUDUSD. Next year’s classes will include Part 2 of the $AUDUSD Daily Chart Analysis and the prerequisite will be to have watched all the $AUDUSD Daily Chart Analysis Sessions for Part 1 and to have drawn the supply/demand zones and trend lines.

To graduate to level two one must not only complete all homework and submit it before class but you must be able to display the skills and ability to apply the concepts and principles to the charts with accuracy.



In level 2 of education, the focus of study is on market structure. We examine what creates a trend and what the difference is between ascending/descending trends and ascending/descending structures. We also look at the formation of the markets when they enter into consolidation and we break down what supply/demand areas area created to keep the markets into consolidation and how when can identify those key zones that will be used by the institutions to propel price outwards on on wards. Within the realm of market structure we also examine very important concepts that play a significant role in the markets, one being the Emotional Candle concept. This one concept alone is so powerful when determining what is taking place in the market and understanding it and knowing when to apply it in the markets will upgrade your analysis to levels not seen before.



Level 3 is all about Market Dynamics, understanding how the markets moves and being able to predict tops and bottoms, which in this business is apparently impossible to do. Not only do we do that and teach you how but we also show you how it's possible to time the markets with such accuracy that you can enter into trades with usually very minimal drawdowns before targets are reached.In this level you will also learn many nuances that make the concepts and principles taught in the previous levels a lot more powerful, make your analysis a lot more powerful and allow you to find the trade signals that no one finds. In Level 3 you will also learn about Theme Trades and how these type of trades mimic the style of institutional trading. Theme Trades are some of the most powerful and versatile trades you can take, they are also the most difficult to do, requiring you to have become very proficient in the concepts taught in the previous two levels.



The Markets:

  • What to expect from the education: you'll get to know who I am, what I've done in the past and the journey that has brought me to trading full time. I also talk about what you can expect from being a member.

  • How the Markets actually work: you'll learn how the markets actually work. The markets exist to take money from your account and transfer it to the accounts of the banks and institutions that take up the majority of the markets participants. You'll see how the banks manipulate price actions to trick retail trades into taking the opposite side of the orders the banks are opening.

  • An introduction to the phases of the markets: In this lesson you'll learn about the subject of phases in the market. The markets always move in phases and in each time frame they all move within their different phases. Timing our entries and being able to stay in our positions are all helped by having the confidence in knowing what phase the markets are moving through. 

  • Trade Types: Position, Swing and Day Trades:  you'll learn how best to determine what type of trade entries you should take based on what is being presented on the charts. There are ideal times to open position trades, swing and day trades and when you know when that time is, you can have great risk to reward trades that work like magic.  In order to do this, you must understand markets dynamics, understanding how price moves up and down and why it does what it does. This video is an introduction to more advanced concepts of market dynamics.

Institutional Supply and Demand:

  • Institutional Supply and Demand Zones: you will learn the basics of how to find the institutional supply and demand zones. You'll also discover how important it is to be very accurate with your analysis and how you must update your charts every day to stay on top of what is happening.

  • Institutional Supply and Demand Zones part 2: you will learn a little more about institutional supply and demand zones. Knowing how to locate them and the importance of tracking all the zones to be able to have correct analysis when ready to place a trade.

  • How to Draw Institutional Supply and Demand zones: we will examine the anatomy of Institutional Supply and Demand zones. Knowing how to draw them correctly is extremely important and there is a process to go through each and every time you find a zone that needs to be drawn and this lesson will detail what this process is.

Trends and Trend Lines:

  • The Art of the Trend Line: you'll learn how important it is to draw a trend line correctly. There are so many ways to draw a trend line but only one correct way to draw it if you want to be able to determine when the institutions are making a move again retail traders. Trend lines are used against retail traders but we can use them for our benefit. this lesson teaches you how.

  • Trends and Trend Lines: you will learn the important of using a trend line to determine if a trend is established or not. You'll also learn how to know when a trend is broken and when price is in consolidation. A trend line plays a role in this but there is a lot more than that to know. Very important lesson!


Force of Price:

  • The Force of Price: you'll learn one of the most important things ever discovered about price and how it moves. The force of price is something that if you are not aware of, will destroy you but if you are aware of it and you get on the right side of it, will be your best friend. The force of price is something that you must understand to be able to become a consistently profitable trader.

  • Multiple Forces: you will learn how to combine multiple forces from different time zones to build up the strength and probability for a trade to work out. You will learn how important it is to have multiple forces pushing price in the direction you want to trade in because the more force we have with us, the greater price will move in our direction. this can result in massive return for very minimal risk.

  • Forces, Momentum and Trends: you will revisit the world of Forces and examine what the difference is between a force, momentum and a trend. The three have very unique qualities associated with them and each is very important to understand correctly. These 3 forces are what govern the markets and being able to spot which ones are in play will greatly increase your odds of finding those institutional trade signals!

Commitments of Traders Report (CFTC CoT):

  • Commitment of Traders Report: An introduction: you'll learn about what the CoT report is, where to find it and why it's important to understand it to put the edge in your trading. This video will act as an introduction to how I use the data that is provided by the CFTC website and extract the information I need from it to be able to have a deeper understanding of what the major institutions are doing with their positions and what they plan to do in the future. Understanding the how to read and interpret the data correctly is one of the most challenging things to do but also one of the most rewarding.

Trade / Risk Management:

  • Risk Management: Protect Your Capital From YouIn this session, we will talk about the very important part of trading and that is to protect your capital at all times. How do we open trades and be mindful of our capital, how do we know when to add to our trades and how do we calculate our risk on our trades and how to manage the most important risk of all, us.

The Trades:

  • Institutional Trade Signals & Theme TradesIn this session, you will learn of the two types of trades that we study here at the school, the Institutional Trade Signal and Theme trades. You'll understand the differences between both and the type of risk rewards available from both and you 'll also learn the advantages from both types of trades. We also discuss how we use the forum for the Trades Signals on Watch, Theme Trades on Watch, the Portfolio and how we are to use the Student Trades section.

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