Learn To Swing Trade Using Charts | Damanick Dantes, CMT | Skillshare
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10 Lessons (1h 26m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:06
    • 2. What is charting

      11:22
    • 3. Basics of Japanese Candlesticks

      9:37
    • 4. Determining a Trend

      6:49
    • 5. Finding support resistance

      6:21
    • 6. Chartpatterns

      9:37
    • 7. Momentum

      7:12
    • 8. Price targets

      9:15
    • 9. Calculate trades

      10:33
    • 10. Macro

      13:40
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About This Class

Students will learn how to apply classic charting techniques to assess market behavior. Each 5-minute lesson uses past and current market set-ups for analysis. Projects allow students to build conviction by drafting current trading plans step by step. The basic principles of trend and momentum are outlined using advanced visuals to clearly explain concepts. The Charting class is created for beginning swing traders who aspire to build a self-directed portfolio in equities, forex, commodities and fixed income ETFs. Ultimately, in just 60 minutes, you will be equipped with necessary tools to help power your portfolio.

  • Understand classic Japanese charting techniques
  • Analyze price trend and momentum
  • Determine when to enter and exit trades
  • Consider macro and portfolio factors for swing trading

*Swing trading is defined as trades held more than one day, typically 1-week - 3-months

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Damanick Dantes, CMT

Macro Trader at Dantes Outlook

Hi, I'm Damanick Dantes, owner of Dantes Outlook. This channel offers classes on trading for beginners and also explores techniques to boost productivity and mindfulness. Over the past few years, I've learned that the hardest part of trading is the ability to properly execute a plan and manage risk. With all of the market noise, it's easy to develop anxiety as a trader, which contributes to a significant decrease in productivity.

So, traders must master the soft skills too...

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