Using the Power of Technical Analysis to Profit in any Market


I am happy to announce the release of my long awaited course, Using the Power of Technical Analysis to Profit in Any Market! This course is a start to finish program on money management and trading disciplines. It consists of 43 lessons, over seven hours of video instruction (with yours truly, of course!), and quizzesย  to ensure you have a firm grasp of the material. The great thing about the online format is that you can revisit any lesson of the program whenever you want to refresh your memory on any of the 43 lessons. You don’t have an expiry date– go back as often as you want! They are delivered in bite-sized portions to make assimilation of the knowledge much easier.

You can learn more about the course, including enrollment, by clicking here.

The main goal of ๐™๐™จ๐™ž๐™ฃ๐™œ ๐™ฉ๐™๐™š ๐™‹๐™ค๐™ฌ๐™š๐™ง ๐™ค๐™› ๐™๐™š๐™˜๐™๐™ฃ๐™ž๐™˜๐™–๐™ก ๐˜ผ๐™ฃ๐™–๐™ก๐™ฎ๐™จ๐™ž๐™จ ๐™ฉ๐™ค ๐™‹๐™ง๐™ค๐™›๐™ž๐™ฉ ๐™ž๐™ฃ ๐˜ผ๐™ฃ๐™ฎ ๐™ˆ๐™–๐™ง๐™ ๐™š๐™ฉ is to provide individual investors with the tools to help you make money in the stock market while limiting your risk. The course is pragmatic, not theoretical. While geared towards investors with some knowledge about stock charts and their interpretation, the course will still start you off with a few of the basics of Technical Analysis. This will serve as a reminder to you old dogs in the game to see the forest rather than focus on each tree. Then it jumps right into finding, buying, selling and managing your stock portfolio.

Weโ€™ll go deeper down the rabbit hole as the course progresses, but it will always be focused on what actually works for you as an individual investor. Again โ€“ pragmatic, not theoretical. More importantly, the system I teach is the result of over three decades of professionally trading stocks. This โ€œschool of hard-knocksโ€ training has produced a systematic game plan that I know works. And yet โ€“ Its geared towards retail investors (thatโ€™s YOU!) โ€” not professional traders. So โ€“ again โ€“ its down to earth, pragmatic and systematic.

Special offer to blog readers

I’ve priced the course to be highly accessible to anyone who wants to learn how to trade using Technical Analysis. I’ve asked my producer to post it at only $100.

But I’ve taken it further for you. As a thank you to all of my blog readers for your support over the years, you can apply a special 10% discount for the course. You need to enroll before February 28, 2022 to receive this discount.ย ย 

Go to this website and click enroll. Then enter this code to apply the 10% discount: blogreader10


  • It would be helpful if the course FAQ were to list software requirements. For example saying, โ€œrequires the ability to run GoToWebinarโ€ tells me that it will work on some operating systems and not others. (That product was picked as an arbitrary example; letโ€™s not get hung up in the actual product)

    • Its online Phil–shouldn’t require anything unusual that any computer or cell phone has–or anything beyond an internet connection–I have various computers and a cell phone working off IOS and windows–every one of them works with the course.

  • Hi Keith,
    Are the 43 lessons all available now? Could I start the lessons once I have enrolled?

    • Bao–yes you can start right away they are all there–and you can take them as your time allows. And don’t forget–you can revisit them if you want to go over them again.

  • Keith: Another suggested article relates to global portfolio diversification. Many advisors suggest diversification is good for wealth portfolios. I totaly get the argument and generally support the concept. However I often question the performance of international diversification at the expense of North American investment. My experience investing in FTSE or MSCI ETFโ€™s vs investing in NA is underperformance. My time horizon experience is say the past 15 years.
    What are your thoughts on geographical diversification? What type of investor should consider this practice? What has the performance been in this 21st century? What different approaches to equity selection in international markets exists? How does an investor managing their own portfolio get free advice/perspective on international investing? For the upcoming 10 years are international markets likely to out perform NA markets?
    Hope this may be of interest to your readers.

    • I will write an article on that eventually–but the bottom line is that I don’t ascribe to “Modern Portfolio theory”. That theory states that you should diversify through many asset classes and markets (int’l) at all times just for the sake of diversification. Instead, I believe you need to use a systematic approach to rotation – which includes sectors and international markets- and hold only the technically attractive markets. I’d recommend you enroll in my new TA course to get an idea of how this works–in it I walk you though sector rotation strategies–but that can be applied to international markets via the various country ETF’s out there.

  • Hi Keith, Do you have a course for someone who is entirely new to technical analysis and is not familiar with stock chart interpretation?

    • Hi JF. No I don’t have a rank beginners course-although I do go over the basics at the beginning- I suggest you read my book Sideways–it will give you enough background for the course.


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