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Hundrends of trading lessons on Stocks, Options, Futures, Forex & Crypto; lecture videos and quizzes to test your understanding at the end of every unit; charting examples, trading strategies, techniques & tips; everything you need to master the trading game in the shortest time possible.

Trading and Analysis

You have created your trading plan and developed a risk management strategy that works best for you. Now it’s time to define how you plan to make buy and sell decisions. Some traders and investors like to look at price patterns on a chart and technical indicators to make a decision, i.e., technic…

Trading Plan

Traders who win consistently treat trading as a business. While there is no guarantee that you will make money, developing a trading plan is crucial if you want to become consistently successful and thrive in the trading game. Every trader—no matter your experience—needs a plan.

Technical Analysis

There are two types of analysis used by traders to inform their trading decisions. Technical analysis and fundamental analysis. You will learn about the various patterns, indicators, and analysis techniques traders use when studying the price of a commodity. We will start at the beginning by lear…

Intro to Options

Discover how options can help you mitigate downside risk and diversify your portfolio across major asset classes such as interest rates, equity indexes, foreign exchange, energy, agriculture and metals. Get acquainted with the basic fundamentals, strategy and vocabulary of our options markets, pr…

Intro to Bitcoin

Looking to understand more about Bitcoin? This is the place for you. Review the basics of bitcoin and gain a deeper understanding of Bitcoin and how market participants can use them to manage bitcoin volatility and risk.

Intro to Ether

Interested in learning more about Ether and its place in the cryptocurrency marketplace? You are at the right place… Learn all about Ether here.

Option Greeks

Option prices are driven by multiple variables including changes in the underlying price, interest rates, passage of time, and changes in the expected volatility in the market. Collectively, these are called “the Greeks” because the symbols used to represent the sensitivities of these complex der…

Trading and Risk Management

Controlling risk while trading takes many forms. It starts with properly selecting which markets to trade, then moves on to decisions about allocating capital and taking appropriate-sized positions. But managing risk and limiting losses also is accomplished through understanding risk itself as we…

Trading Psychology

Losing money is a particularly difficult test for new traders, who tend to lose very often. It is very hard to believe in yourself when you have no history of success and no way to put losses in perspective. But, being a good trader is like being a good baseball player who is considered a superst…

Options Strategies

Option Strategies are an integral part of a trader’s routine. Learn about common option strategies utilized by traders that express their view of market direction and expected volatility. Some option strategies are designed to mitigate risk while others are designed to profit by accepting risk. W…

Tools for Option Analysis

Build and refine your trading strategies using options calculator, event volatility calculator, open interest heatmap, TWiO, QuikVol tool, strategies simulator overview, Fx Options Vol Converter

Long Options: Underlying and Volatility Impact

Gain a better understanding of how changes in underlying prices and implied volatility affect option premiums.

Technical Analysis

There are two types of analysis used by traders to inform their trading decisions. Technical analysis and fundamental analysis. You will learn about the various patterns, indicators, and analysis techniques traders use when studying the price of a commodity. We will start at the beginning by learning how to read price charts. Then we’ll cover some of the more popular techniques such how to identify trend and reversal patterns, finding support and resistance levels, and various oscillators.

Trading Psychology

Losing money is a particularly difficult test for new traders, who tend to lose very often. It is very hard to believe in yourself when you have no history of success and no way to put losses in perspective. But, being a good trader is like being a good baseball player who is considered a superstar if he gets on base 4 times out of 10. You don’t have to win every time to be a successful trader. You just have to understand that’s the way it is and be comfortable with it. This section is designed to help you: – Understand your personal psychological barriers that you will have to overcome to become successful – Examine why some traders make bad decisions and how you can overcome the urge to self-destruct – Reinforce the importance of developing a trading plan that is unique to you and your personality

Fundamental Analysis

Fundamental analysis is the process of determining the model price of a futures contract, now and in the future, using factors like economic data and industry financial conditions. A trader using fundamental analysis to inform their decisions is looking at how supply and demand could move price, now and in the future. The type of information a trader will use to formulate their opinions will differ across products, in this course we’ll look at each class of products and cover some of the variables that could impact price.

Trading and Risk Management

Controlling risk while trading takes many forms. It starts with properly selecting which markets to trade, then moves on to decisions about allocating capital and taking appropriate-sized positions. But managing risk and limiting losses also is accomplished through understanding risk itself as well as human nature. Any trader’s chance for success improves with a disciplined use and understanding of money management techniques.

Intro to Ferrous Metals

Ferrous metals are metals that contain iron. These are distinct from both precious and base metals. They include raw materials of iron ore and steel scrap and semi-finished products such as hot rolled coil. The mining, production, and distribution of ferrous metals is global. Explore factors impacting supply and demand, commercial and industrial uses, and hedging and risk management strategies.

Option Greeks

Option prices are driven by multiple variables including changes in the underlying price, interest rates, passage of time, and changes in the expected volatility in the market. Collectively, these are called “the Greeks” because the symbols used to represent the sensitivities of these complex derivatives come from calculus and use the Greek Alphabet. Gain a basic understanding of how “the Greeks” are integral to managing a portfolio of options.