Technical Analysis Millionaire”

(Education)

Presented on the S.O.C.R.A.T.E.S. online adult learning classroom platform, Chris Rowe teaches you his exact methodology for financial market investing.

Not only does this 4-part, 24 lesson, class show you how to find the strongest and weakest areas of the financial market, but it gives you a complete understanding of how the True Market works.

Start viewing the market the way sophisticated fund managers view it and stop being fooled by popular market averages that don’t represent what’s really happening in the global financial markets.

Using a few technical indicators, Chris will teach you how to find the strongest sectors of the market and how to invest in them with significantly reduced risk.  No more exposing yourself to all that unnecessary risk that your own financial advisory wouldn’t dare incur.

In addition to that, Chris shows you exactly how he has successfully navigated market tops and bottoms time and time again throughout his career.  Individual investors are known for buying near market tops and selling at market lows.

Chris shows you how to identify times when the big institutional investors are selling their positions to individuals near market tops.  And he teaches how to spot when institutional investors are buying up shares of a position that scared individual investor are selling on the cheap.

In Part 1, “Trend and Condition”, there are 7 lessons that focus on the general stock market.  Understanding the trend and condition of the stock market, as a whole, is the key to investing using the right “playbook”. 

Some investors invest the same way no matter which of the 4-stages of the stock market cycle we are in.  They invest the same way during the declining stage as they do in the advancing stage.  They invest the same way at the topping stage as they do at the bottoming stage.

But just as you wouldn’t dress the same way in the summer time as you would in the winter (in most parts of the world anyway), different market stages require different playbooks.  Part 1 teaches you how to navigate each stage of the cycle.

In Part 2, “Sector Rotation and Relative Strength”, 5 lessons will teach you why Chris considers the understanding of sector behavior to be the single most important aspect of financial market analysis. 

Different “sectors” act like different stock markets within the general market.  The Energy sector might be down 8% in 12 months while the Healthcare sector is up 25% in the same time frame.  Even more specifically, the Oil & Coal sector might be down 26% in 12 months while the Biotech sector is up 47% in the same time frame.

Using sector “internals” and “relative strength” technology, finding the sectors that are likely to charge higher or take a nosedive becomes shockingly simple.

In Part 3 –“Charting”, Chris shows you charting techniques that you can apply to just about anything that’s traded in any market place.  You can apply this 8-lesson section to stocks, bonds, currencies, commodities and more.

Chris teaches you the methods he uses to time his entry and exit levels.  This is key because if you can use these techniques to buy stocks just a few percentage points lower and sell them a few percentage points higher, the compounded gains can really add up.

More importantly, you’ll have a keen understanding of where a high degree of risk lies and become better at avoiding it!

In Part 4 – “Risk Management”, Chris teaches 4 lessons on how to significantly reduce risk.  We believe that most individual investors are taking on several times the amount of risk than they need to take in order to position themselves for the exact same potential upside.

Chris teaches you several different automatic stop-loss tricks and how to use options to hedge your portfolio.  He also teaches you how to use a position sizing calculator to figure out how many shares or options to buy or sell.

Do you have a method for calculating how much to risk on any given investment?

Is it the same percentage of the position size on every trade?

Is it the same dollar amount on every trade?   What would you base that dollar amount on?   What percentage of your portfolio does that represent?  What would happen to your account if the stock market declined 30% in one week?

Chris will dispel myths that are programmed into the minds of unsuspecting investors.  We said that understanding sector behavior is the single most important part of “market analysis”.  But Risk Management is, by far, the single most important part of investing in the financial markets.

This section, alone, is worth the price of the entire course if it can save you from taking a loss that will be very hard to walk away from.

There’s a 30-day money back guarantee – no questions asked - in case you decide it’s not for you.

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