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Trusted teacher: I trade by applying a pure swing trading breakout strategy on micro and nano caps on the US regulated stock markets (NYSE, NASDAQ, AMEX). I can therefore it bring my experience and expertise to those who have an interest in this approach in addition to the fundamental base necessary to become a professional trader. This trading program is both for beginners who already have a little experience in the stock market and have already determined a preference for swing trading or traders who are familiar with this trading strategy but are unable to reach consistency. What is SWING TRADING? Swing trading is a type of trading that consists of taking positions from a few days to a few weeks. Swing trading can be done on equity markets but also on other types of markets such as futures (indices, rates, commodities, etc), crypto-currencies or forex. So it is rather by the holding time horizon that swing trading is distinguished. The first interest of this type of trading is to be able to surf short and sharp movements in a logic of following short-term trends or momentum and therefore not having to stay "riveted" in front of your computer all day, which allows you to work and start swing trading with peace of mind. The second advantage is that it allows you to turn your capital around fairly quickly as opposed to a medium or long-term investor who may hold positions for several months or years. You can also do swing trading by buying on weakness or by dealing only with breakouts as I do. My trading mentoring program swing trading US stocks This is a "strategy and technique" oriented course for those who have already mastered the fundamental principles seen in the general course of "building a complete trading system" including risk management, psychological biases, the importance of backtesting, the mastery of screening tools, the daily writing of a trading journal, among other things. PROGRAM « BECOME A PROFESSIONAL SWING TRADER » I-Definition, approach and philosophy of swing trading -Definition, -Comparison with scalping, daytrading and position trading, -The time horizon, -Purely technical approach or combined with a fundamental approach, -Different strategies: breakouts or entry on weakness II-The advantages of swing trading -Close entry or how to avoid overtrading, -Compound your capital several times a month or the magic of interest compounding, -Adaptability to adverse market conditions. III-Define your entry strategy -Understand the natural behavior of a stock, -The importance of the pivot point, -The importance of the "FPB" (first price bar), -Past volatility as an indicator of future volatility, III-Define your entry strategy (continued) -understand the concept of robustness in trading, -know the most reliable price/volume patterns: cup with handle, double bottom , resistance line breakout… -the opening gaps, -how to identify accumulation signals, -bottom fishing and bear trap III-Define your entry strategy(continued) -study case 1 : illustration of the pivot point with recent trades -study case 2 : illustration of the main price/volume patterns that can lead to major amplitude movements IV-Define your exit strategy -the systematic exit, -the discretionary exit or how to adapt to the specific behavior of each action, -the exit on force: advantages and disadvantages, -the exit on weakness: advantages and disadvantages, -learn to identify distribution signals IV-Define your exit strategy(continued) -Study case: examples of exit strategy with recent trades V-Risk management -Typology of risks in trading, -Risk management per trade: stops or how to avoid the risk of ruin, -Managing the overall risk of the portfolio, -Managing position size: variable or constant? V-Risk management(continued) -Study case: how to place a stop -Study case: method to manage volatility and drawdown VI- TEST AND EXECUTE YOUR SWING TRADING STRATEGY RIGOROUSLY -reminder on the concept of gain expectancy, its main components and their interactions (hit ratio, risk-reward ratio, position size), -the risk-reward ratio is roi, -define and implement rigorous backtesting, -define a daily routine that leaves nothing to chance, VI- TEST AND EXECUTE YOUR SWING TRADING STRATEGY RIGOROUSLY (continued) -Choose the most suitable screening tools, -the trading journal or how to maximize and accelerate your learning, -The different types of orders most relevant in the implementation of your swing trading strategy, -The review of your past trades: what are the determining factors?
Finance · Financial markets · Personal finance
Trusted teacher: Trading is a zero-sum game. It is an activity where the sum of the gains and losses of all traders is equal to zero. This means that the gain of one necessarily constitutes a loss for the other. Therefore to be a winning trader, it is "sufficient" to be "better" than 50% of the other traders (to simplify things even if that does not is not totally accurate). It seems easy as long as you know what to buy, at what price and when to sell. I am an industrial engineer and I trade (stocks and ETFs) for over 20 years. During the first years of trading I was losing because I had no clear strategy and I was not advised by an winning expert. I mostly did my own research in books and on the internet. I was developing strategies that I tested with my own money. Over time I eliminated the losing strategies and improved those which made me win in order to optimize them. Today I only use four strategies (one main and three complementary) because they make me win regularly and with the best risk / gain ratio. If you are a beginner or if you are a trader who is losing or not earning enough, then I can help you become a winning trader over the year by sharing my 4 strategies with you. Since I am an engineer and not a financial expert, I am not going to overload you at all with theoretical financial concepts that are not necessary in order to become a successful trader. I will teach you the bare minimum that you need to know in order to become a successful trader. Because what is important is to be a successful trader and not not an expert who knows the theory inside out but who loses in trading. Depending on your level and your choices, I offer the following modules : 1) Choice of best trading platform that is suitable for you. 2) Presentation of my main strategy and the checklist (34 criteria that must be positive before buying stocks). 3) Adaptation of my main strategy to the level of risk you wish to take. 4) Presentation of the 3 complementary strategies. 5) Discover the useful websites for the 4 strategies. 6) Explanation of the golden rules for the management of the bankroll that you have devoted to trading. NB: see below Specialized in stocks and ETFs as bull. Against selling short for purely mathematical reasons (i am happy to explain why). I take swings for several weeks to several months.
Financial markets · Investing
Trusted teacher: MsC in Engineering with top marks and research assistant of Econometrics for Italian top University. Business Expert in Risk Management. Academic Research in Quantitative Finance and Algorithmic Trading. Common discipline covered: Econometrics (with applications in R, Stata, SPSS, Eviews, Gretl), Statistics, Financial Mathematics, Quantitative Support for Master Degree Thesis (from Regressions to all statistical applications), Risk Management, Mathematics, Computer Science I help with assignments, exams, presentations, advanced research, dissertations, big programming projects and general skill enhancement. Proficient in all major statistical packages: R, SPSS, Stata, Matlab, EViews, Gretl. Covering university courses all around Europe: Italy, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Spain, Portugal,... Technical Skills (application and often implementation from scratch): 1) Econometrics: Multivariate Regression, Discrete variable models (i.e. Logit), Time series models (i.e. AR/MA, ARCH/GARCH), Vector AutoRegressive model (VAR), Cointegration (Engle-Granger, VECM), Long-memory process (Fractional Integration), Regime switching models (Hamilton Filter), Kalman Filter, Unobserved Components ARIMA model, Beveridge-Nelson decomposition (Hansen's approach), Copula methods, Metropolis-Hastings algorithm, Black-Litterman model (Meucci's approach), Hierarchical Risk Parity 2) Quantitative Trading (Mid-High Frequency Trading): Stat Arb & Pairs Trading models, Order Imbalance & Order Replenishment effects on intraday returns, Optimal Setup of Entry-Exit Trading Triggers for Quant Trading Strategies, Stat Arb Bertram Model, Data sampling rules for non equally-spaced data (time vs. volume clock for high freq data), Bid-Ask Bounce Bias & Sahalia Method for Microstructure Noise Estimation & Test, Hayashi-Yoshida Lead-Lag Index, D'Aspremont Method for Mean Rev Portfolios, Market Fragmentation in Financial Markets, High-Low prices & Pivot Points trading rule, Trend Following Strategy, Avellaneda-Stoikov Model for Optimal Trading Execution 3) Risk Management: P&L production & analysis for energy trading, VaR & Profit at Risk for energy trading, Merton approach for Credit VaR with/without credit rating migrations, EVT & Copula-based VaR, Stress Test models, Structured Credit Models for Regulatory Risk-Transfer, Additional Value Adjustments for Balance Sheet, Risk Aggregation, Model Risk, Interpolation Methods for multi-year PD Term Structure, Methods for Semidefinite-Positive Corr Matrix Adjustment 4) Financial Mathematics: Longstaff-Schwartz, HJM model (Glasserman's scheme), Greeks with Finite Difference Method, CPPI Products & Cushion Multiplier Setup 5) Machine Learning: Support Vector Machine, Decision Tree, Principal Component Analysis & Regression, XGBoost, Random Forest
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Math Tutoring (Boswell-Beta/CCVX (VWO) Math A/B/C /IB/GCSE A-levels/ SAT) (Amsterdam)
Kollol
I fully recommend Kollol as a tutor. I had to prepare for the advanced Maths exam in 2 months and it was very challenging for me because I haven't done Maths for 3 years and also I haven't done it in English and also advanced. Kollol helped me with all subjects that I struggled with, explained to me everything very properly, was very patient and helpful, and was sending me additional exercises when I asked him to. Moreover, he was always available to help me outside the class which I appreciate a lot. He was a great teacher for me and I again I really recommend him as a tutor! :)
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Research Methods Statistics and Analytics-Thesis Assistance (BS MS and Phd level)- Qualitative and Quantitative research methods-SPSS STATA
Jad
Jad provided exceptional help and gave great recommendations on how the overall paper could be improved. The sessions were not only value adding to construct the paper optimally but also to gain insight as to how researchers work in real life. I really enjoyed the sessions as Jad was a very knowledgable and patient tutor who was always giving his best to help out (also given the time constraints and tight schedule that I was facing). Thank you again so much for everything!!
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AP and IB Economics Tutor, Microeconomics and Macroeconomics (Şişli)
Fatih
I am an HL IB Economics student from Istanbul, and had 1 lesson so far with Mr. Fatih. He is a very knowledgeable and enthusiastic teacher. Throughout the zoom lesson, he wrote and explained everything clearly on a document that he later shared with me. After any explanation, at the end, he made sure I understood everything, and If not, he explained it again. I am very happy with Mr. Fatih, and I'm looking forward to working with him again.
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