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Learn how to use technical analysis tools to trade the German Dax profitably, whether you are a complete beginner looking for a decent strategy and intermediate looking to improve and tidy up your skills or an advanced trader looking to make more money, this course will help you focus on what is important.
Module 1 Introduction To Technical Analysis  
Technical analysis is one of the most common tools used in the trading community. Having a good grasp of these tools is an essential prerequisite for success. Here you will build a solid foundation and framework to build your technical analysis on. We will cover a brief introduction, Dow Theory and to read your charts
Unit 1 A01 Technical Analysis Introduction
Unit 2 A02 Dow Theory Introduction
Unit 3 A03 Introduction to Support & Resistance
Unit 4 A04 Multiple Time Frame Analysis
Module 2 Common Technical Patterns  
In this module you will learn about Double Top and Double Bottom patterns, Head & Shoulders, Wedge patterns, Flags & Pennents and Triangle patterns. These patterns occur regularly and there are are strategies you can use to trade them.
Unit 1 B01 Double Top & Double Bottom
Unit 2 B02 Head & Shoulders Pattern
Unit 3 B03 Rising Wedge & Falling Wedge Patterns
Unit 4 B04 Flags & Pennants
Unit 5 B05 The Triangle Pattern
Module 3 Technical Indicators  
All traders will need a thorough understanding of Technical indicators. This is because and indicator displays valuable information on the chart and we use them to predict future price action on the Dax. This module takes a look at the commonly used technical indicators.
Unit 1 C01 Technical Indicators Introduction
Unit 2 C02 Moving Average Introduction
Unit 3 C03 MACD Indicator Introduction
Unit 4 C04 RSI Indicator Introduction
Unit 5 C05 Stochastic Indicator Introduction
Unit 6 C06 Bollinger Band Introduction
Unit 7 C07 ADX Indicator Introduction
Unit 8 C08 Parabolic SAR Introduction
Module 4 Psychology of Trading (Introduction)  
The psychology of trading is one of the most overlooked and underestimated parts of trading. If given the choice between learning psychology or learning technical analysis, a novice trader will likely always choose technical analysis, because it is more exciting. But controlling your own personal reactions to trading is what can separate a winning trader from a losing trader.
Unit 1 D01 Why Most Traders Lose Money
Unit 2 D02 Why Traders Can't Take Losses
Unit 3 D03 Two Common Mistakes
Unit 4 D04 Part of a Crowd
Unit 5 D05 Trading Plan
Unit 6 D06 Taking Profits Too Early
Unit 7 D07 The Best Position Size