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Forex / Equity Training Session outline (Introduction Day 1)

Introduction to Forex/Equity Market Sample Trades & Explanations Advanced / Fundamental Analysis Tools / Strategies Trading as investment Business Brokers / Trading Mechanics Trader Psychology (Part 1) Understanding Meta Trader 4 Patterns / Live Trading Preparation Top/Down Analysis of Financial Instrument

Hands-On Workshop Session outline (Intermediate Day 2)


Understanding of the Technical Tools/Indicators Pattern analysis Live Trading

Session outline (Advanced Day 3)


Oscillators and Market Divergence Market Structure Market Functions Software Test Understanding Quiz Market Regulations Trading Psychology (Part II) Rules for Prop Trading Indices, Futures and Dealer Market Live Trading

Session outline (Day 4 Bonus)


Candidates trade on their own without facilitator Candidates chooses venue or even at their respective homes Working in groups will be highly recommended if possible Minimum of five trades per delegate expected Result of trades will be emailed to instructor for comments

Optional - Prepare for any of the Stand Alone Exams below or both. (Introduction to Securities & Investment, I. T. in investment operation) The first exam will open door if you wish to work in a financial sector. The second helps candidates understand how the role of IT relates to investment operations. To achieve the Investment Operations Certificate (IOC) also known as the Investment administration Qualification (IAQ), you need the two units above and Principles of Financial Regulation. See below for more information. Course Contents - Introduction to Securities and Investment (International) This unit provides a basic introduction to the financial services industry with a focus on investments. It covers the following topics: Economic Environment Financial Assets and Markets Equities Bonds Derivatives Investment Funds Financial Services Regulation Taxation, Investment Wrappers and Trusts Other Retail Financial Products

Course Contents Information Technology in Investment operations I T in Investment Operations OBJECTIVE OF THE EXAMINATION The objective of the examination is to provide candidates with an understanding of how the role of IT relates to investment operations. The examination will test candidates knowledge and understanding of the following elements: Information Technology in the Securities Industry IT and the Functional Flow of Financial Instruments The Role of IT in the Front Office The Role of IT in the Pre-Settlement Phase The Role of IT in the Settlement and Post-Settlement Phases The Impact of IT on Financial Control IT Management Managing Business Change The Globalisation of IT Services

Course Contents Principles of Financial Regulations Principles of Financial Regulations OBJECTIVE OF THE EXAMINATION The objective of the examination is to ensure candidates have a basic knowledge of the regulations and legislation underpinning the financial markets and the conduct of investment business. The examination will test candidates knowledge and understanding of the following elements: The Regulatory Environment The Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 Associated Legislation and Regulation European Union Directives The FSA Conduct of Business Sourcebook / Client Assets