Degree in financial futures, option and stock market / broker – market maker (Part 3)

Stock broker study part 3 of 6 (strategies)


For those who want to know more about risk management strategies.

If you want to be successful in the market as an active trader in the long term, you need solid risk and money management strategies. In this course, you will receive the necessary basis to plan your investment of money and the risk involved in future investment decisions.

Focus: Futures – Options – Option strategies


The most important thing, however, is the information, our Tv4u Channel will help you here.

But the basis for risk analysis is also Chart analyze.

Chapter 1: Basics of RISK ASSESSMENT

1
Differences between risk and money management
2
Types of risk
3
Optimization of entry and exit
4
Loss limitation (correct use of Stop Loss Limits)
5
Combination of calculated and chart-generated stops
6
Quantitative methods of risk management
7
Concept of Risk of Ruin
8
Money management techniques
9
Practical calculation examples and models
10
Excel tables etc.

Chapter 2: Hedging stocks

1
How can I benefit or analyze it?
2
Arbitrage vs. Hedging
3
What is to be considered? (CFDs, futures, share prices USA, EU, ASIA)
4
What trading methods are there to benefit from such price changes

Chapter 3: Algorithm & Co

1
What is an algorithm?
2
How do they behave?
3
How can I benefit or analyze it?
4
What is to be considered? (CFDs, futures, share prices USA, EU, ASIA)
5
What trading methods are there to benefit from such price changes?
6
Explanation of high frequency trading
7
Combination of high frequency trading and algorithm trading
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Enrolled: 34 students
Duration: 40 hours
Lectures: 21
Video: 9 hours
Level: Advanced

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