The Mathemarkets Trading System 

 

Primarily aimed at traders who are disappointed with or who wish to improve their trading performance, this course introduces traders to the exciting and high-performance concept of Mathemarkets, which has been responsible for my trading record so far.

It will start by demonstrating the indelible relationship between maths and the markets, and the need for objectivity in your charts and indicators. It will then identify possible problems with TA and then explain how using basic maths can correct and enhance your use of TA.

The second half of the course will show students the actual applied mechanics of the system; how to apply mathemarkets research to benefit your trading. How to use mathemarkets patterns to determine when to buy / sell, how to use various orders to your advantage, trade management, risk control, profit taking and how to make new maths-based indicators are some of the topics that will be explained.

 

It will finish by showing students how to make very large profits by applying mathemarkets immediately after course completion.

The course will be delivered in plain English with minimal use of maths jargon with the emphasis on using market terminology to explain concepts.

 

Beginners are welcome but as this course assumes some degree of trading experience, they are advised that they should first take the beginners level course.

 

Course Content

 

 

Part 1 (Research: Mathemarkets Charts & Indicators)

 Overview

 

  •      The inevitable relationship between maths and charts.

  •      How important is objectivity to market analysis?

  •      Objectivity = one criterion and one criterion only for drawing charts and indicators

  •      Objective indicators vs non-objective ones, Mathemarkets vs TA.

  •      Examining basic issues with TA trendlines, channels, basic chart patterns and the Elliot wave

  •      The few legitimate TA indicators based on maths and those which are legit but of limited use.

 

  Linear Regression, Trendlines and Trend channels

    

  •    Trendlines the Mathemarkets way               

  •    The regression matrix: what it is and how it produces trendlines.

  •     Mathemarkets Trend channels

  •     Regression trendlines & pattern distortion: channel, triangles, wedges, flags etc. redundant?

  •     New Combination use and forecasting

 

Wave Regression and trend analysis

 

  •    The Wave regression matrix, reflects price trend but does not mimic.

  •    Reformatting Single, Double & Triple reversal patterns using WR

  •    Spotting bullish Patterns using WR

  •    On ring to rule them all, one regression line to rule them all … 

  •    Issues with the Elliot wave

  •    Using WR to identify the true wave?

  •    Lord of the lines ?  Creating one master trendline to rule them all.

 

 Basic Price Charts

 

  •   Japanese candle sticks, bar charts and arbitrariness

  •   Line chart the only objective price chart?

  •   New indicator: Cantonese candle sticks based on the mean of prices

 

 Technical indicators vs Maths

 

  •   Indicators and objectivity: Correlations with scientific concepts, what is the implication?

  •   Issues with non-objective indicators, examples:

     

          - RSI

          - Stochastics

          - Parabolics

  • Issues with objective indicators, examples:

     

          - ROC vs Calculus

          - Various MAs

          - Bollinger Bands

 

  • Legitimate TA & Useful TA Indicators

  

          - Trendlines

          - MACD

  • Brand New Mathemarkets Indicators:

    • Cantonese Candlesticks

    • Price Histograms

    • New Triangle Patterns based on Linear Regression

    • New Top and Bottom shapes based on Wave Regression

    • The Mathemarkets Wave, an alternative to the Elliot wave

    • True momentum indicators based on Physics

    • Market Force Indicator based on Physics

    • Calculus based Indicators

    • Multi-Market Factor Equations

 

 Software for Mathemarkets

  

  •  Software Issues

          - Free vs paid software; pay off costs vs efficiency and expectations

  •  Using the software;

         - Instructions for drawing chart and making indicators

         - Linked vs unlinked trading

         - Python the future and the end ?

  •  Review of broker platforms with Mathemarkets potential 

 

Part 2 (Market Analysis and Trade Selection)

 Psychology

  • Attitude for trading:

  • Psychological states:The gambler, the video game player and the athlete

  • Essential reading, viewing and Applications:

       

          -  Reminiscence of a Stock Operator

          - The Market Wizards

          - The New Market Wizards

          - Wall Street (1987)

          - Useful websites

 

 Fundamental Trading Concepts

  •   Equity vs Fx products, which and how many markets to trade

  •   Exchange vs Market Makers/Spread betters

  •   Short term Swing Trading

  •   Instruments of trade: Stocks & futures/indices

  •  Charts and indicators: Maths based vs non – maths, Objective vs Subjective

     - Is TA outdated? An overview of its origins.

     - TA price charts; candle sticks and bar charts (A second choice?)

     - Short term line charts

     - Linear Regression vs TA trendlines, channels, triangles etc – shape distortion

     - The Elliot Wave controversy

 

 Market Trends and Chart Patterns

  • Regression analysis

  • Standard non-subjective TA tools

  • Patterns for bull moves

  • Patterns for bear markets

  • Patterns of different charts for differing time frames

  • Trend Changes, let the trades tell you (See Trade Management)

  • Support, Resistance and Pivots and Number magic

 

 Indicators

  • Price charts and Price action, cadence and rhythm

  • Using indicators to time entry

  • Maths vs non-maths indicators: what’s the difference

- Linear Regression

- MACD

- ROC

- Bollinger bands (Standard Deviation)

- Volume

VS

 

- RSI & Stochastics, do they really measure momentum?

 

 Economic and Corporate Analysis

  • How to trade around economic data releases

  • How to trade around corporate releases

  • Leading, lagging markets and the 24/5 cycle

  • Market breadth and market leaders

  • All-time highs and volume

 

 Part 3 (Trade Execution and Management)

 

 Entry

  • How to enter a position

  • The use of orders and direct trading, where to place them.

  • Scaling orders

  • Entry risk and what is it and how to minimise it?

  • Stop losses and limit orders, how to use them properly

  • Bull market entries & Stock, screening, selection, size, entry, exit

  • Bear market entries & Indices, selection, size, entry exit (Livermore’s Plunger)

 

 Trade management

  • Rules and Principles

  • The 5% rule

  • The 6: 1 return to risk rule

  • The 3: I risk control rule

  • The breakeven rule

  • Stop losses for risk control

  • The Cube, the pyramid; increasing winnings inside a trade

  • Part closes and part opens

  • Profit targets, daily & periodic targets

 

 Automation

  • Risk control and automation

  • How to automate

  • Market modifications and automation

  • Mathemarkets and automation.

  • US exchange brokers vs UK Spread betters

 

 COURSE INCLUDES:

  • Minimum of 2 presentation or equivalent

  • Free membership of Pelican group

  • Free mentoring

  • Price on application

  • Payable in 2 instalments

  • Regular updates of new Mathemarkets indicators

  • Students may opt for the whole course or research only (pt.1) or Execution only (pt2. & 3)

 

     Payment:  POA, Lloyds bank 30-62-61, 45806368

 

 

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