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What Will You Learn? (03:59)

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All right. So you know what Level III is and you know who it’s for? So what are you gonna learn in Level III? Let’s cover some stuff real quick. First off, we broke it down into two major parts: TA, which is Technical Analysis, and RM, which is Risk Management. Each one of those 101 introductionary type lessons is an easy concept to understand the basics. That type of thing for TA and the same thing for Risk Management.

Some of those topics or concepts are a little bit more complex, but it’s as basic as we could get when it comes to Risk Management. Each one of those major topics has its own modules dedicated to them. So TA has 11 modules dedicated to that and of those 11 modules, there are X amount of different lessons that are broken into those.

And the same thing goes for Risk Management. There are nine major modules, and then some lessons are broken down into that. Then we have some various stuff. After that, we could have shoved more into Risk Management, maybe TA, but we felt that they were better on their own. And then we have some bonus materials.

So TA 101 is 11 parts, Risk Management, 101 is 9 parts. Then we go into what laddering is, and we’ll do traditional order types. Stop loss and take profits are core lessons. There is bonus material in Level III! We talk about trading pairs, market cycles, and the power of compounding, which is, you do not want to miss that.

And then trading pitfalls to avoid. So there’s just a ton of content. There’s a ton to unpack in Level III and we’re just very excited for people to go through it all. We’d love to get a snapshot of where they were before and where they are after. All right. So in review, welcome to Junior High School.

We talked about who Level III is for, and then what will you learn in Level III? So we are very excited for Level III students. The concepts you learn in Level III will allow you to read a chart with some confidence and will allow you to treat every trade as a plan, as opposed to going into SHIB or DOGE or LINK or whatever, just because the internet told you. Remove the emotions, use your Risk Management and read your charts with TA. All of that stuff goes hand in hand: trading plans, strategies, and then boom, you’re off to the races. Level III goes on to teach about win rate and position size demystifying.

How can a trader with only a 40% win rate even be a profitable trader? The concept is very simple. And you’ll see that in Level III. These lessons will carry you for life. No matter what you do, these lessons will apply, especially all Risk Management stuff that applies to every facet of your life.

Capital Preservation is what matters. Knowledge helps you to keep your capital and will help keep it safe. And that’s what it all comes down to. When you’re trading, how much risk are you putting on the table? How much capital do you stand to lose? Will you have the capital to trade the next day? All that stuff is really important.

All right. That will wrap it up for the introduction to Level III. So let’s get right into it. We’re firing it off with Technical Analysis 101. We will see you there.