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You should now have a good grasp of technical analysis, all it entails and to start thinking about trading technically.  We've learned that technical analysis forms the foundation for trading technically in stocks markets, commodities, Forex, ETF's and Security Bonds amongst others. We've taken you through the steps to create your own trading strategies using charts, price action, technical indicators, trend lines, support and resistance and other technical analysis tools - This is the basis of all good technical analysis.

However, we also discovered that this is only half the story.  Trading isn't all about what's on the surface, but also about what drives traders to trade in the way they do. Market sentiment and trader psychology is just as important as knowing if a market is oversold, or undersold.  In fact it's more important! It's also vitally important to manage money correctly.  Without this skill, all your hard learned and systematically implemented technical analysis will be wasted. You may lose money!  

On top of technical analysis, risk and trading psychology we've studied the most important aspects of the Forex market.  This is the most widely traded market and as such the most liquid.  Understanding how this works is vitally important before making those trading decisions.  You need to know the fundamentals of reading quotes, what affects currency fluctuations, what markets are correlated and how these link into trading strategies.  Hopefully we've managed to cover all of this and more...

Finally a Trading Plan should be written that includes your system or systems, so it's up to you now...

Just remember - Trading is risky and a large proportion of people who try trading lose money. These lessons are not designed as a place for recommendations, advice or how you should trade. This Notepad is general trading education which you can find in many books on technical analysis, it is meant as a general framework only. It is up to you to come up with their own strategies and decide what works best for you.   The past performance of any trading system or methodology is not necessarily indicative of future results. You must be aware of the risks and be willing to accept them in order to invest. Don't trade with money you can't afford to lose and seek financial advice from a registered financial advisor - please read our disclaimer.

A Trader's Nopepad is a Free trading course, supported by advertising, so please help us by spreading the word in any way you can and clicking on a few adds, liking us on facebook etc....  We are continually adding to our site, so if you have any suggestions, articles or resources that you may think are helpful, please get in touch through the comments box below.

Thanks and good trading...

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End of Course Summary

You should now have a good grasp of technical analysis, all it entails and to start thinking about trading technically.  We've learned that technical analysis forms the foundation for trading technically in stocks markets, commodities, Forex, ETF's and Security Bonds amongst others. We've taken you through the steps to create your own trading strategies using charts, price action, technical indicators, trend lines, support and resistance and other technical analysis tools - This is the basis of all good technical analysis.

However, we also discovered that this is only half the story.  Trading isn't all about what's on the surface, but also about what drives traders to trade in the way they do. Market sentiment and trader psychology is just as important as knowing if a market is oversold, or undersold.  In fact it's more important! It's also vitally important to manage money correctly.  Without this skill, all your hard learned and systematically implemented technical analysis will be wasted. You may lose money!  

On top of technical analysis, risk and trading psychology we've studied the most important aspects of the Forex market.  This is the most widely traded market and as such the most liquid.  Understanding how this works is vitally important before making those trading decisions.  You need to know the fundamentals of reading quotes, what affects currency fluctuations, what markets are correlated and how these link into trading strategies.  Hopefully we've managed to cover all of this and more...

Finally a Trading Plan should be written that includes your system or systems, so it's up to you now...

Just remember - Trading is risky and a large proportion of people who try trading lose money. These lessons are not designed as a place for recommendations, advice or how you should trade. This Notepad is general trading education which you can find in many books on technical analysis, it is meant as a general framework only. It is up to you to come up with their own strategies and decide what works best for you.   The past performance of any trading system or methodology is not necessarily indicative of future results. You must be aware of the risks and be willing to accept them in order to invest. Don't trade with money you can't afford to lose and seek financial advice from a registered financial advisor - please read our disclaimer.

A Trader's Nopepad is a Free trading course, supported by advertising, so please help us by spreading the word in any way you can and clicking on a few adds, liking us on facebook etc....  We are continually adding to our site, so if you have any suggestions, articles or resources that you may think are helpful, please get in touch through the comments box below.

Thanks and good trading...

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