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Advanced Course: Ichimoku Kinko Hyo

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Glenn Ho

Glenn was formerly with Jefferies & Company, a New York – based Investment Bank, handling capital raising and M&A activity in Southeast Asia.
Jay Ng
Jay was previously a trader with Deutsche Asset Management, Deutsche Bank AG dealing with global equities, fixed income and FX. He also served as Vice President (Trading) with Moon Capital, a market-neutral hedge fund

Course Overeview:

The course starts by giving a very good explanation about the different components of the Ichimoku : Kijun, Tenkan, Kumo Couds, and the Chikou,
It is very well structured. You can learn at your own pace, at your own time,  It even contains small quizzes along the way to test you understanding.


(Tenkan Sen & Kijun Sen Explained)
Each component is studied separately and only then they are assembled together to give you the big picture. There is a big section describing the use of the Ichimoku components as support and resistance levels, with numerous chart examples.
After a strong base is established, and all the ground information is covered. The lessons now turn to specific Entry Signals, the different signals are described and studied.
We have looked over many different e-learning Ichimoku products, This course contains the most extensive yet easy to understand explanation about Entry signals, their strength and the different Ichimoku setups.


(Senkou Span A & Senkou Span B Explained)

Next the course contains 10 study cases, of different assets helping you learn how to correctly read the Ichimoku Indicator and how it can be used together with commonly used indicators such as Pivot points, ADX and Fibonacci.


(Kumo Support & Resistance Explained)

The course also contains a section on how to create an Ichimoku indicator in excel. This was added due to the request of many clients.
Now we get to the last 1/3 of the course. For the first time ever there is a section explaning the downside of the Ichimoku indicator, No idicator is perfect and it is importent to know where to use it and even more where and when NOT to use it. The last part of the course covers how to improve your entries, multiple strategies are explained : Multi TimeFrame, Parabolic SAR, and a number of advanced Ichimoku qualification strategies.

In conclusion we are highly pleased with this course and we recommend it to both beginner and professional traders.

What you will learn in this course:

  1. What are the 5 lines of Ichimoku Kinko Hyo Indicator
  2. Learn how to best employ the various lines together for optimal trading
  3. Identify 4 levels of dynamic support & resistance
  4. Determine at one glance market sentiment and trend momentum
  5. Learn how to improve risk to reward ratio using Ichimoku Kinko Hyo
  6. Learn time-tested Ichimoku Trading Strategies
  7. Understand how to create your own Ichimoku charts on excel
  8. Understand dynamics and statistics of markets trends
  9. Increase probability of winning trades using multi-timeframes and multi-confirmations with Ichimoku
  10. Learn proprietary Advanced Ichimoku Strategies
  11. Increase probability of winning trades using Proprietary Advanced Ichimoku Strategies

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