This workshop is focused on technical analysis and requires more than a one-session commitment. Learning how to manually read a chart requires precious time and a cohesive timetable to study basic principles and process. Everyone proceeds at their own pace. The skill-set applies to all asset classes and the high liquidity in Gold Spot makes it an ideal chart to study with. You will find realistic and reasonable analysis focused on profit and capital preservation based on market conditions and price action with proven methods to execute low-risk entries. Avoid the pitfalls of naive trading, investing, and retirement fund choices that risk major setbacks or losing it all in robbin-da-hood games.
I Lost $400,000, Almost Everything I Had, on a Single Robinhood Bet – Vice, Dec. 2021
Each session is limited to one or two participants. Beginners and intermediate level students attend different workshop days. This opportunity is not for you if you’re in search of an automated-algorithmic system or trading room to mindlessly follow someone else’s trade or portfolio strategy. You will be taught how to fish, as I will not fish for you. Students are given a brief opportunity within each session to analyze charts for stock symbols of their choice. If your intention is only to request analysis of charts on investments you follow without a genuine commitment to learning technical analysis, just say so in your initial contact and a brief session can be arranged.
Scheduling for Second Quarter 2022 in Progress
Send me a note via the CONTACT page for workshop details, scheduling, and rates. Please, do not use any other venue to initiate contact regarding this workshop. Your initial contact must filter through the automated contact form. The workshop email list/monthly mailer is separate from the blog’s “Follow-Email Notification” option on the right sidebar.
If you plan to pursue this opportunity:
- Create a free TradingView.com account and activate the “Paper Trading” option. Familiarize yourself with the platform to save us time getting started…
- PC set-up must include at least TWO 19″ monitors (or a giant screen TV) so you have plenty of real estate to separate the live workshop window from your desktop window(s). A smartphone, tablet, or single laptop screen are NOT viable options.
“…The average man doesn’t wish to be told that it is a bull or a bear market. What he desires is to be told specifically which particular stock to buy or sell (and when). He wants to get something for nothing. He does not wish to work. He doesn’t even wish to have to think… Patterns remind you that every movement of importance is but a repetition of similar price movements, that just as soon as you can familiarize yourself with the actions of the past, you will be able to anticipate and act correctly and profitably upon forthcoming movements… Without discipline, a clear strategy, and a concise plan, the speculator will fall into all the emotional pitfalls of the market – jump from one stock to another, hold a losing position too long, and cut out of a winner too soon, for no reason other than fear of losing profit. Greed, Fear, Impatience, Ignorance, and Hope will all fight for mental dominance over the speculator. Then, after a few failures and catastrophes the speculator may become demoralized, depressed, despondent, and abandon the market and the chance to make a fortune from what the market has to offer…” – Jesse Livermore
It’s textbook stuff. Keep it simple…
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