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Four things to look for in a trading programme in 2022

by , 03 February 2022
Four things to look for in a trading programme in 2022
Most people who want to build their wealth through trading, are in the same boat.

They want to learn how to trade. Some have an idea that you do need a strict, automated and proven system but they have no idea where to start.

The questions start piling up such as:

• What indicators should I use?
• Which markets should I add?
• What charting platform and broker is best for me?
• What time frame is ideal?
• How do I even back-test this stuff?
• How do I manage my money?

And you can research bits and pieces on Google. But you'll find that the research is not structured in a step by step way.

You'll need to follow a profitable and proven trading programme or course, to take you from beginner to experienced and successful.

In this article, I'm going to highlight the most important elements you'll need to look for in a trading programme.

Element #1: Basic concepts of trading
First, you’ll need to tackle the lingo that comes with trading.

There is no point in reading information if you don’t know what terms are such as: Leverage, CFDs, Futures, Long, Short, Swing, Leading & Lagging oscillators, reversal, continuation structures, margin, exposure and I can go on…

A trading programme should always explain EASILY what these terms mean or
have a glossary in a book or PDF.

As you go through the programme, you’ll be able to reference what each term means.

Then it should always introduce the basics of trading.

•    What is trading?
•    How does it work
•    Why does trading work?

How do you understand a chart, chart types as well as the basics of trend lines and the market environment.

Also, the programme needs to give you some form of understanding of the trading and charting platforms and which is ideal as well and what to look out for when it comes to broker rates.

Element #2: Targeting different markets and instruments
Second, a programme should take you on a specific direction to trading a handful of instruments and markets.

See if the programme is offering education on certain markets such as:

•    Stocks (Local and international)
•    Indices (JSE, SP500, Nasdaq, Cac40, Nikkei, Dow Jones, Eurostoxx etc…)
•    Commodities (Gold, platinum, oil, coffee etc…)
•    Forex (Euro, Rand, Pound, Yen etc…)
•    Crypto currencies (Bitcoin, Dash, Cardano, Ethereum etc…)

Then what instruments are they focusing on?

CFDs, Futures, Spread Trading, Options or Lots?

The programme will definitely need to explain these terms and how they work…

Moving on…

Element #3: Structure
In the old days, trading was taught in hard copy print books or lessons with maybe a CD and often hardly any follow up information.

And I remember some of these programmes came to around R15,000 to R25,000.

Nowadays, you need to be stricter with the types of programmes you choose from.

Make sure it contains a variety of both visual and audio elements.

With video, sound, step by step guides, written material, social media channels to communicate and learn from and even trader services to follow up with the knowledge you learn from.

Element #4: Four Ms
With trading you need to understand the four Ms. Once you master these 4 Ms you’ll know exactly how to go about your trading.
The four Ms include:

This is your watch list.

A watch list is a handful of financial markets that you’ll look at and analyse on a daily or weekly basis.

In the programme, it should always help you to identify the best markets to trade at the right time using the right time periods with each chart.

This is the strategy and system part of the programme.

It should highlight and carefully run you through a list of criteria, rules and steps from analysing a chart, identifying, executing and closing each trade.

In other words, the method involves the action from spotting a trade, putting in your entry, stop loss (risk) and take profit (reward) levels.
This system will then give you a forever guide on how to grow your portfolios indefinitely.

This is the money and risk management part of the programme.
Every trader has their own portfolio size and now needs to manage their trades.

A programme needs to give you risk management rules and criteria to take each trade, in order cut losers short and ride winners up.

#4: MIND
Believe it or not psychology is the most important element to trading well and forever.

If you don’t have the right mindset, confidence and you don’t know how to manage your emotions – trading is going to be very difficult to follow your system.

There should be elements to help you programme your mind to become a robot when it comes to trading. The less emotions you apply, the higher the chance of success.

Why I spent 3 years creating this ONE programme

After being in the markets for over 18 years and helping over 257,000 people through different channels. It hit me one day.

If I could spend just a few years, creating and building the ultimate trading programme to help anyone build their wealth through trading while I’m alive and when I’m gone – I will feel that I would have achieved my purpose and passion.

Which is why, I spent three years creating my
MATI Trader System Programme.

It contains everything I mentioned today and much more. And the price is nowhere near R15,000 or even R5,000.

If you’re serious about making money through trading the right way in 2022 and that you want the right step by step programme to guide you to a successful trading career, then I urge you to go carefully through the programme.

And you’ll have everything you need to trade for a living.

You can read all about it by going here…  

Four things to look for in a trading programme in 2022
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