Back to the Basics Webinar Series
An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest
Pick up basic trading knowledge ranging from fundamental to technical analysis skills
28 June 2021
Riding on Uncertainties and Market Volatility
- Some frameworks and methodologies
- A sneak peek at the Trading Matters series
- News update: The latest on the markets
- Introducing the new Traders’ Journal
14 June 2021
Learning about Futures & FX
- What are Futures? How do they work?
- How do Futures & FX affect Equities?
- Using Futures & FX as indicators
- Understanding some basics mechanisms of Forex
10 May 2021
Application of trading tools
- Planning your trade, trading your plan
- Understanding Risk vs Reward
- Trading Tactics & Money Management
- Combining with Technical Factors
- Exploring the tools: iMatrix, StockReports+ and more
26 April 2021
Life of a trader
- What does a day in the life of a trader look like?
- Trade Planning & Risk Management
- A brief look at the markets
- Get started with your first step in the world of trading
12 April 2021
A quick glance at foreign markets
- Quick recap: Asset allocation and risk
- Supporting local versus going global
- Understanding different dynamics of different markets
- Ways to enter the global market
22 March 2021
Understanding Technical Analysis (Part 2)
- A closer look at tools of technical analysis
- Going beyond the charts: what other tools do traders use?
- Planning your trade and trading your plan
8 March 2021
Understanding Technical Analysis (Part 1)
- An introduction to technical analysis
- Evaluation: Does it work?
- Trends and chart patterns: What do they mean?
- The psychology behind resistance and support levels
25 January 2021
Why Trading Matters (Part 2)
- News: The macro and micro
- Fund flows: Trends and market psychology
- Macro environment: Economic and market indicators
11 January 2021
Why Trading Matters (Part 1)
- Fundamentals of trading
- Sneak peek: What moves markets?
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