Online Education Center and Harmonic Trading Course

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The video education is made up of 8 modules with about 2-4 videos in each section. You can go to the course details further down on this page. Each video is about 10 to 15 minutes long and you'll be given a chance to do quizzes to test your knowledge and make sure you are remembering the most important information. Once completing the video education you'll be connected to your personal mentor.There are two types of traders. Those who understand the tools they are using and are able to excel with them, and the others who just go after the tools and never really understand what they do.

  •    Indicators are just tools. We’ll show you how to use them and save you months of trying to figure it out.

  •    Know when to enter the market with an edge.

  •    Understand how to take profits to maximize your reward.

  •    Learn to keep your risk very small while still allowing for huge gains.

  •    All Included with your FXGW Membership.

Course Content and Structure

Anyone can take a hammer and hit a nail, but only a few can build a house. It's no different when it comes to being good at trading either the forex or futures markets. There is a certain understanding of harmonics that if known will allow you to excel with the method and allow you to use the statistical edge to benefit you and your account growth.

Are you new to harmonic trading? or perhaps you are an old pro? It doesn't matter as we've been told by our members the education provided is something they often return too and rewatch as there is a lot of information packed into these videos which everyone can benefit from. The whole idea of harmonics is that these patterns naturally occur outside of the forex markets in the nature around us. If they are outside the market, they are also inside the market and having a deep understanding of how to trade them to capitalize on these natural occurrences is critical.

Our Educational Center Can Save Years of Learning

It doesn't matter if you're new to harmonics, or if you've traded the patterns before because these educational videos will go over everything from beginning to end in a highly effective way and enjoyable way. Reading can get boring, but these recorded videos will be easy to watch and will provide you with the most relevant information.

Lessons Through Videos – Easy and Quick to Learn

Every day, Monday – Thursday we get together at 8AM EST to have a look at the markets. We'll usually start off each session with a mini lesson before moving deeper into the live analysis of the charts and patterns that are catching the eyes of our mentors. It is a great time to look at the upcoming news events, build a strategy for the next 24 hours and let our mentor show you what is currently on his own watch list and critical areas you should be focusing on. If a pattern comes together that could be traded, then we will trade it together too.

Quizzes and Tests to Confirm Your Knowledge

Included with your FXGroundworks' Membership and Runs Throughout The Day!

Since opening the interactive group discussion channel we've had over 21,500 messages and comments from other harmonic traders passing ideas back and forth between each other. It's a great community with a family-like feel. When there are no trades going on it gives us a chance to learn more about one another.

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Harmonic Trading Course Details

Yes, it’s all included with your membership

It should be noted that this video course is the beginning to your training, your mentoring and further education will continue even after you complete the course.

   Lesson 1 – Introduction to Harmonic Trading

You’re mentor introduces you to the harmonic patterns and describes the self-taught, largely trial-and-error path to success before we had all the statistical patterns which confirmed the original works. We discuss what the most successful qualities of technical traders and the importance of taking all of the quizzes to make sure you know the most important facts in your learning.

   Lesson 1 – Harmonics in Nature

Learn how harmonics are referenced outside of the charts through frequencies, nature and other natural methods. One of the most fundamental underlying reasons of why harmonic trading can benefit those in any market or time-frame.

   Lesson 1 – The basics to getting started

It does not matter if you classify yourself as a beginner or an expert but we set the record straight and clear up a lot of common issues that traders make mistakes on when venturing down the road of learning the harmonic patterns.

   Lesson 2 – The harmonic pattern points

Each pattern has it’s own points which are universal across the array of patterns. However, we will explore each one of these points also has their own special meaning and purpose when it comes to the internal structure of each of the harmonic patterns.

   Lesson 2 – Using the Risk vs Reward

Dive in further to money management with understanding how to correctly calculate your risk vs reward and how to do this in live mode. We’ll be exploring this further when looking at filtering the patterns based on the risk vs reward to get the best patterns to trade from a money management point of view.

   Lesson 3 – Entry points and different ways to use them

There are many different ways to enter into the patterns. We’re going to discover many different ways you can apply these techniques to find out which one is most comfortable to you. As they get more advanced, you can further shift your accuracy greatly while maintaining a consistent approach.

   Lesson 3 – Targets and how to take profits

As there are many ways to get in, there are also many ways to get out which you will examine in this video. These different techniques will also effect how you go about managing your trade which is what becoming a strong trader is all about.

   Lesson 3 – Your hard stops

Stops are details many traders leave out, but often times when you focus on your stops are what increase your return. We’ll take a step back and examine the importance of stop placement and where to best place our stops to achieve the maximum risk protection.

   Lesson 3 – The PRZ zone and specifics with using the Fibonacci ratios

Learning how to draw these patterns manually will give you the skills so that your not dependent on any tool or indicator to learn how to benefit from the patterns. In this step by step approach we don’t just cover how to draw the patterns but we give you practical and useful advice when looking at good structured patterns to help determine the probability of the harmonic pattern being successful.

   Lesson 4 – Using leverage with harmonics

Using leverage in your harmonic trading is like using the gas pedal in your car. There are times where you should drive faster (highways) and times when you should drive slower (school zones). The same thing applies when we look at harmonic patterns and knowing where to apply leverage to help benefit is critical to your understanding while doing it in a consistent way.

   Lesson 4 – Using the SONAR indicator (exclusive to FXGroundworks)

Have you ever wondered about the natural frequency waves of the market to forecast the next direction of price? The SONAR indicator is how at FXGroundworks we can use frequency projections to know if the next frequency wave is going to bring an up wave or a down wave. We’ll discuss how to use SONAR on multiple time-frames and to use it in conjunction with the harmonic patterns.

   Lesson 4 – Using the Hurst Exponent with Harmonics

The Hurst Exponent is another indicator that you could use with SONAR or on it’s own as it’s also a non-linear indicator. Since the market is not linear (moving in a straight line) we’ll show you how the HURST and it’s readings of price being persistent or anti-persistent can help you filter out your harmonic patterns further. The benefits of using the Hurst will also be explained so you know

   Lesson 5 – The ABCD Pattern and Important Uses

Understanding the AB=CD pattern can help us in many ways as we will discuss. Most importantly we can use the AB=CD pattern in the inner structure of the harmonic pattern as well as advanced trade management techniques. Understanding this simple yet complex pattern can learn to help us in so many ways.

   Lesson 5 – The Core Bat, Butterfly, Crab and Gartley and more…

Before we get into trading these patterns we should discuss which patterns should be traded in certain situations. There are many traders who are using the most common pattern, A Gartley pattern, in the wrong situations in the market leading to a mix of results. Learning about the certain situations and the internal structures of each of these patterns will go a long way in your understanding of what to do, and when to do it.

   Lesson 6 – Chaos Theory and it’s application to harmonics

The market is created by humans for humans and we can see many of the same laws of nature in the market place as well. Learning about chaos and order in the markets can help us look at charts in a very easy way to know where on the chart you would benefit most by seeing a pattern. It will also have a very important factor on where we place stops. Never second guess your stop placement again after going through this lesson.

   Lesson 6 – Structure ratings and how we use over 1 million previous patterns to get our data

Do you want to know how we calculate our structure ratings at FXGroundworks? You’re going to get exposed to the concept of structure ratings and the different categories we use to come up with them. Once you see how it’s done you are going to appreciate the automation we have with our pattern alerts to filter out all the low structured patterns.

   Lesson 7 – Support and Resistance with Harmonics

Using support and resistance or any other tool will be discussed in this video. We’ll show you how to draw support / resistance in a way that will probably set a few light bulbs off in your head of why you might not have gotten desired results when doing this on your own. Once you are exposed to drawing them in like this you will probably never look at a chart the same way again.