Trevor Neil’s
Essential Technical Analysis Strategies

Trevor Neil delivers a practical and interactive live 6 session web-based training program designed to help traders and fund managers develop an effective technical trading and investing strategy.

You will learn how to combine indicators and studies into coherent strategies  across different asset classes and for different market conditions. Trevor will illustrate techniques and trade set-ups focusing on the practical application of technical analysis and how to integrate it into your work process to improve profitability and reduce risk.

Course Includes:

  • 6 x one hour live webinars with live Q&A session
  • Access to webinar recordings
  • Course manual

The course runs from 7th May to 11th June 2020, with one session every two weeks. The sessions run from 11.00 GMT to 12.00 GMT.

07 May - 11 June 2020


6 Weeks


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Trevor Neil

Course Fee:

£795 +VAT


Support and resistance levels

  • Identifying levels
  • Assessing their strength
  • Expected price movement on the break of levels

Indicators & Oscillators

  • What works best?
  • The different oscillators, (RSI, Stochastic, MACD and Bollinger Bands) & what they show us
  • New ways with old oscillators
  • The compromise between timing and accuracy
  • Recognising bullish and bearish divergences
  • Hidden gen indicators – lesser known great indicators

The Floor Traders Pivot System

  • Map the market day
  • How to trade the levels

Gap trading

  • How to trade at the opening and at market figures
  • Gaps are always filled – not, but when
  • Gap types and their trading strategy
  • Dealing with large gaps

Candlestick charts

  • The unique advantages of candlestick charting
  • An overview of the 40 most popular patterns and their signals
  • Some lesser known but effective patterns and how to trade them

Trading volume

  • Volume theory
  • The On Balance Volume (OBV) and Weighted OBV indicators
  • Chaikin’s oscillator

Fibonacci ratios

  • Fibonacci and market psychology
  • Practical applications: retracements, targets and time
  • Which level is likely to hold?
  • Setting targets

Trend lines and recognising breakouts

  • Drawing them correctly
  • Targets and false breaks
  • Exit methods – five tests for a good break

Ichimoku charting

  • Ichimoku explained and its practical application
  • Learn the rules
  • Understand why the lines and cloud is calculated the way they are
  • When does the technique work best?

Stop placement

  • How to place stops that will not be hit by whipsaws
  • Eight stop types and their uses
  • Making stops work for you and gaining the traders edge