The course is designed to explain, in an accessible way from the basics, the unique method of predicting stock and currency prices so that it is understandable even for beginners.
There are much training offers on the foreign exchange market. Most of them, however, will only
present the essence of analysing time, targets, or direction of price movement focusing mainly on the price
movement itself. Sometimes they will even just focus on the presentation of how the transaction was made
which is often not enough to make important decisions.
In our course we present, in an easy to assimilate way, the necessary information of the most relevant issues related to the technical analysis and the possibilities of its effective use, in particular with regard to its impact on increasing the profitability of transactions.
The essence of the Ichimoku advanced course is to provide an easy way to communicate professional knowledge of the best Japanese technique to analyze graphs in a short time.
Because the Japanese are the creators of the only one in the world technique for forecasting high and low prices on the market. In addition, it is very likely to predict when and where these values will appear. The information presented during the course has been obtained over the years from the best traders specialized in the Ichimoku KinkōHyō method, as well as directly studying the original Japanese books. During the course, we present materials not available and not yet published outside Japan.
Note: Course "Advanced Ichimoku" is available only in English, with English subtitles
By viewing any material or using the information within this course, you agree that it is general educational material and you will not hold anybody responsible for loss or damages resulting from the content provided here by the “Advanced Ichimoku course”. Futures, options, and spot currency trading have large potential rewards but also large potential risk. You must be aware of the risks and be willing to accept them in order to invest in the futures, options, or currency markets. Don’t trade with money you can’t afford to lose. The past performances of any trading system or methodology are not necessarily indicative of future results.