Level two of education is where the student will build upon the knowledge gained from completing level one lessons and classroom sessions. They have established a good understanding of the concepts and principles taught and are able to complete basic level chart analysis to a satisfactory standard. In level two the student will learn the more advanced concepts and principles that allow them to do analysis on more complicated charts. Having understood basic supply/demand theory, we begin to delve into market structures including locating very specific zones that the institutions use to change the dynamics of the markets.
Level two of education will expand one's awareness of market dynamics by focusing on the following:
Market Structures: It's one thing to understand where the institutional zones and trend lines are but now you must learn what all these zones are used for. Supply and demand imbalances are used to push price from one location to another and in the process to create chart formations that will mimic mainstream price patters that will lure retail traders into either buying or selling. Understanding the structures the markets produce will reveal the story of what price is doing at any moment.
Advanced Supply/Demand concepts: the concepts taught in level two will equip the student/trader to understand when retail traders are trading and when institutions are trading. Knowing the difference is essential and is something most will never understand without knowing what to look for. With the tools taught in these lessons, the student will be prepared to read any difficult chart and be able to extract the "True Analysis".
Institutional Trends: we delve into how to examine a chart and know if there is an uptrend or downtrend. You'll learn what makes a trend and when does that trend end. Retail traders have been taught many methods for establishing a trend and they are simply incorrect. Once you know what forms a trend and the reasons why, you'll be able to spot the start of a trend and its very end.
The Force of Price: the force of price is one of the most advanced topics of study. The reason for this is because the forces that come into play are the most important reasons why price moves up and down. Knowing which forces have been put into play will reveal the trajectory of price and its eventual destination. The force of price is a BRAND NEW concept that was conceived out of countless hours of market study using the Trivium method. It is a topic much discussed in the school and it's study continues to this very day in our endeavour to learn more about these forces and to use the knowledge gained to more accurately time our entries, place our stops and determine the best targets. In addition to this, understanding the forces that are contained in the markets will enable the student to predict market moves with incredible accuracy.