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Below you will find 2 free video lessons courtesy of the Trading MasterClass team! These high quality, 4K video lessons will provide you with an exclusive sneak peak into our program.

The Trading MasterClass lessons (of which we have 80+) are suitable for both beginners, and experienced traders. Everything from basic candlestick formations, to fibonacci, to Elliott Wave Theory, to multi-timeframe analysis is covered. Our 5 (soon to be 6) comprehensive trading strategies are explained in depth with examples from various markets, including forex, equities, and cryptocurrency. Our 3 management techniques are designed to fit your style, whether it be conservative, aggressive, or somewhere in-between. But we don’t just teach you these skills, we show you how to tie it all together.

Trading MasterClass is not biased toward day trading or swing trading – the techniques you’ll learn are applicable to both, hence making it the most well-rounded technical trading education out there. 

Our commitment to our students: constant evolution!

Lesson 25 - Fibonacci Retracement

The Fibonacci Retracement tool is something that you will utilize in your analysis every day. It’s used for planning entries, stops, and even targets. What the retracement tool actually does, is assist us to measure the potential pullback within a run. Fibonacci (also known as the golden ratio) is a sequence that shows up over and over again in nature, within our human bodies, and even in the financial markets. The Trading MasterClass strategies are heavily based around Fibonacci, so you will see this term come up over and over again in the lessons.

Lesson 33 - Explanation of Multi-timeframe Analysis

When you only focus on one or two timeframes in trading, you’re just scratching the surface and only exposing yourself to the ‘tip of the iceberg’. Adding multi-timeframe analysis into the mix gives you a broader perspective, and adds more confluence to your trading.
In this lesson, Irek will show you examples on the charts, so you can begin to understand how the lower timeframes will confirm/develop the higher timeframes (and vice versa).