Advanced Trading – Blockchain at Berkeley

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Advanced Trading - Blockchain at Berkeley


Welcome to our advanced course on cryptocurrency trading! This course requires no previous knowledge and is presented in a way that everyone should be able to understand. That being said we highly recommend taking our free Cryptocurrency Trading Explained course if you are brand new to the space.


Description

While our introductory course was a basic overview that familiarized you to tools and resources in a broad sense, this course is much more concrete with walkthroughs, personal examples, and analysis. A real emphasis is put on tangible experiences based on over a decade of combined experience.



This advanced crypto trading course will cover:


Money Management:

How to properly determine risk in a volatile and unpredictable environment
Long term vs. short term strategies
ICO risk management



Mental Game:

Paper trading vs. trading “real money”
Necessary trading mindset
Controlling emotions
How to handle losses or gains
Discussion of personal tips and lessons learned



Technical Analysis:

Price and volume structure
Triangles
Trend lines
Liquidity zones
Fractals
Common trends in various cryptos
Fibonacci
Bollinger Bands
Ichimoku Cloud
Heiken Ashi Strategy


We are pleased to announce that two sensational crypto day traders, Collin Crypto and CarpeNoctom, have contributed content and free indicator trials to this section!



Trading strategies

Trading ICOs
Early Adopter Strategy
Accumulation
Scalping
Arbitrage
Hedging



Walkthrough of how to use several popular exchanges

Security
Deposit/withdrawal
Placing asks/bids
Market vs. limit sells
Setting stop loss levels
Margin



Fundamental Analysis

Checklist for analyzing cryptocurrencies and ICO’s
Introduction to top market cap cryptocurrencies
ICO Analysis (Also a section on how to buy ICO’s)



Market Psychology:

How to analyze/trade using market sentiment
Identifying fear, greed and other emotions in the market
Applying personal emotion to general markets
How market psychology drives technical indicators



PayPal payment accepted.

Dropbox download link.

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