Table of contents


Chapter I. ABC of Trade.

I.1. What is the trade? Your first trading operation on a specific example.
I.2. Why trading? Trading as an ideal business model.
I.3. What is the interest in trading? The magic of compound interest. Why is 15% per annum so important?
I.4. How much can you really earn by trading?
I.5. What is the difference between trading and a bank deposit?
I.6. What is an exchange? Do scammers work on the exchange? Should I trust the exchange?
I.7. How the exchange earns?
I.8. How to choose a reliable exchange? Moscow Exchange Website . St. Petersburg Stock Exchange. Cryptocurrency Exchange Finance (China).
I.9. Who is a broker?
I.10. What is the broker’s interest? Is the broker interested in your profit or loss? Does the broker manipulate charts during trading? Can a broker steal money from your account?
I.11. Who is a market maker. What is the market maker’s interest in?
I.12. Optimal trading model, conflict of interest.
I.13. The concept of risk in trading. Risk calculation.
I.14. Risk management.
I.15. Aspects of trader psychology. Axioms of a stock speculator by Max Gunther.
I.16. Trading terminals.
I.17. Initial setup Transaq.
I.18. Initial setup Quick.
I.19. Initial setup CScalp.
I.20. Exchange Terminal Binance.
I.21. The concept of a lot. The concept of the application. Types of applications: market application, conditional application, stop loss application, take profit application.
I.22. The concept of a transaction.
I.23. The concept of a tool.
I.24. The concept of a tool graph.
I.25. The concept of a stock exchange glass.
I.26. The concept of an indicator.
I.27. The concept of clusters.
I.28. The concept of a portfolio.
I.29. The concept of profit.
I.30. The concept of loss.
I.31. What causes losses?
I.32. Why losses occur more often?
I.33. Is it possible to avoid losses?
I.34. Loss management. How to save money on the stock exchange?
I.35. How to turn a loss into a profit?
I.36. Is it worth being afraid of loss?
I.37. What to do if the loss is growing all the time?
I.38. The concept of a timeframe. The importance of the timeframe.
I.39. How does the timeframe affect your profit?
I.40. Which timeframe to choose?
I.41. Trading during the day: advantages and disadvantages.
I.42. Medium-term trading.
I.43. Long-term trading.
I.44. Which strategy is better?
I.45. The concept of the shoulder. The relationship of leverage with a bank loan.
I.46. Calculating the chances of making a profit using leverage.
I.47. The concept of a guarantee (GO) when trading options and futures.
I.48. Broker’s commission and its impact on your income.
I.49. The concept of a dividend.
I.50. Taxation of trading. Refund of taxes from trade. IIA in Russia. Peculiarities of taxes on foreign asset trading.
I.51. The use of trading robots and artificial intelligence by exchanges to control the movement of the market.
I.52. Why most people (95%) losing money on the stock exchange? Who is in the 5% of those who earn on the stock exchange?
I.53. What distinguishes a successful trader from an unsuccessful one?
I.54. Adaptive development of a trading algorithm. Testing the algorithm. Strict adherence to the algorithm.
I.55. Trade discipline.

Chapter II. Fundamentals of technical analysis of trade information.

II.1. The concept of a candle.
II.2. The concept of a bar.
II.3. What to choose a candle or a bar?
II.4. Reading the graph.
II.5. The concept of “trend”. Bearish and bullish trends.
II.6. The concept of “level”.
II.7. The concept of “channel”.
II.8. The concept of “flat”.
II.9. The concept of “gap” (gap).
II.10. The concept of technical analysis figures: triangle, flag, head and shoulders, breakdown, rebound, strait, protorgovka, shot, false breakdown.
II.11. Learning to identify levels.
II.12. Why levels are so important?
II.13. Who forms the levels?
II.14. The concept of trade volume.
II.15. Why volumes are important when making decisions?
II.16. Search for trading signals.
II.17. Examples of real market situations.
II.18. What to do if the tool crashes all the time?
II.19. The instrument is growing steadily, but the growth is already too great. What is the strategy?
II.20. The culmination of purchases.
II.21. The culmination of sales.
II.22. Determination of trend braking signals.
II.23. Determining the trend breaking point.

Chapter III. Standard trading strategies.

III.1. The concept of a long transaction. How to make a deal in long?
III.2. The concept of a short transaction. How to make a short trade?
III.3. Trading on trend.
III.4. Trading after strong instrument drops during crises.
III.5. Trading from the level.
III.6. Choosing an entry point.
III.7. Waiting for the confirmation of the trading signal.
III.8. Trading with leverage. Margin trading.
III.9. Using Stop Loss orders.
III.10. Using take profit orders.
III.11. Regular purchase with accumulation of position.
III.12. Averaging: advantages and disadvantages.
III.13. Diversification.
III.14. Trading in certain time intervals: American session, Asian session, European session, Evening session.
III.15. Trading at the opening session.
III.16. Trading before closing session.
III.17. Trading on shock days.
III.18. Auto-investigation.
III.19. IIA.
III.20. Receiving dividend income.
III.21. Getting coupon income.

Chapter IV. The foreign exchange market. Currency trading on the Moscow Stock Exchange.

IV.1. General information about the foreign exchange market.
IV.2. Why is it interesting to trade currency?
IV.3. Currency pairs on MICEX.
IV.4. Which currency pair to choose?
IV.5. Currency Trading Strategies.
IV.6. Taxes on currency trading.
IV.7. Withdrawal of currency from an exchange account to a foreign currency account for ATM withdrawals or payment for services.

Chapter V. Stock market. Stock trading on the Moscow Stock Exchange.

V.1. What is a stock?
V.2. What are dividends?
V.3. Not all stocks have dividends.
V.4. Blue chips of the Moscow Stock market.
V.5. Initial setup of the Transaq terminal for stock trading.
V.6. Which stocks to choose for trading on the Moscow Exchange?
V.7. Trading strategies when trading stocks.
V.8. Trading stocks using margin leverage.
V.9. Risk management in stock trading.
V.10. Examples of stock trading.

Chapter VI. The futures market. Futures trading on the Moscow Stock Exchange.

VI.1. Derivatives market on MICEX.
VI.2. What is Futures?
VI.3. Expiration date of futures.
VI.4. Warranty provision.
VI.5. Setting up a QUIK trading terminal for futures trading.
VI.6. Which futures to choose for trading?
VI.7. Futures Trading Strategies.
VI.8. Hedging with futures.
VI.9. Risk management in futures trading.
VI.10. Examples of futures trading.

Chapter VII. The futures market. Trading options on the RTS index.

VII.1. What are options?
VII.2. Options – trading for the elite.
VII.3. The Greeks of options. Why are options gaining or losing their value so quickly?
VII.4. Accounting for warranty coverage.
VII.5. Initial setup of the Quik terminal for options trading.
VII.6. Options Trading Strategies.
Long Call Strategy
Short Call Strategy.
Long Put strategy.
Short Put Strategy.
Bullish Call Spread strategy.
Bullish Put Spread strategy.
Bearish Call Spread Strategy.
Bearish Put Spread Strategy.
Proportional call spread strategy.
Proportional put spread strategy.
Proportional reverse Call spread strategy.
Strategy Purchased Straddle.
Strategy Sold Straddle.
Strategy Purchased Strangle.
Strategy Sold Strangle.
The strategy of the Strip.
Strip Strategy.
The Bought Butterfly (call) strategy.
Strategy Bought butterfly (put).
Strategy Sold Butterfly (call).
Strategy Sold Butterfly (put).
Strategy Bought Condor.
Strategy Sold Condor.
Range Forward.
Range Forward Horizontal (calendar) spread.
Diagonal spread.
Bullish Call Ladder Strategy.
GATS strategy.
The “roll with jam” strategy.
VII.7. Which options to choose for trading?
VII.8. Risk management in options trading.
VII.9. Examples of options trading.

Chapter VIII. Bond Trading.
VIII.1. What are bonds and promissory notes? Types of bonds.
VIII.2. When are bonds interesting? FLB – federal loan bonds.
VIII.3. The concept of the issuer.
VIII.4. The concept of coupon income. NKD – accumulated coupon income.
VIII.5. Study of commercial information about the issuer.
VIII.6. Risks in bond trading.
VIII.7. How to choose an issuer? Monitoring of the issuer’s actions, tracking of suspicious transactions of the issuer.
VIII.8. Which bonds to choose?
VIII.9. The choice of bonds on
VIII.10. Choosing bonds in the Tinkoff app.
VIII.11. Strategies for trading bonds.
VIII.12. Examples of bond trading.

Chapter IX. The cryptocurrency market. Cryptocurrency Futures Trading.

IX.1. Unlimited opportunities to make a profit on the Finance exchange. Creating an account and configuring the security of your account.
IX.2. Features of cryptocurrencies as a trading tool.
IX.3. Blockchain.
IX.4. Why cryptocurrencies are getting more expensive and do they have a future?
IX.5. Cryptocurrency mining. Equipment and legislation.
IX.6. Participation in mining projects on the Finance exchange.
Binance Earn
Binance Pool
Dual-currency investments
IX.7. Mister BITCOIN.
IX.8. Altcoins.
IX.9. Thezer and BUSD – alternative to the US dollar.
IX.10. Wallets.
IX.11. P2P is a bank for itself: replenishment of the account with minimal costs and additional earnings.
IX.12. Spot trading.
IX.13. Cryptocurrency Futures Trading.
IX.14. Trading options on cryptocurrencies.
IX.15. Trading of “young” altcoins.
IX.16. Which coins to choose for trading.
IX.17. Margin futures trading. Risk management.
IX.18. Types of orders.
IX.19. Altcoin Futures Trading Strategies.
IX.20. Combining trading and mining is an ideal option for everyone.
IX.21. Examples of cryptocurrency trading.
IX.22. Pumping (inflating) coins is a dangerous phenomenon for a trader when working in short!
IX.23. Bitcoin Hedgehog.

Chapter X. Special trading strategies.

X.1. Side-by-side analysis by Alexander Purnov.
X.2. Positional trading by A. Purnov.
X.3. Wave trading by Alexander Rezvyakov.
X.4. Scalping: Konstantin Akhmetov.
X.5. Hedging when trading Pakhomov options.
X.6. The system of American trading by Gerchik A.
X.7. Trading according to the methods of Linda Raschke.
X.8. Trading according to the method of Dmitry Cheremushkin.
X.9. Trading according to the Renata Valeeva method.
X.10. Trading according to the method of Ilya Meshcheryakov.
X.11. Trading in both directions both long and short.
X.12. Trading without using stop orders. Long money and its advantages.
X.13. Trading on the grid.
X.14. Pyramiding. Step-by-step recruitment or reset of a position.
X.15. Trading against the trend.
X.16. Trading with Hedging.
X.17. Entrance to the movement.
X.18. Trading on stock fluctuations.
X.19. Riding on the movement of robots.
X.20. Identifying strategies used by major players and following along with them.
X.21. Identification of noise in the price movement of an instrument for masking a change in the direction of movement by the exchange.
X.22. Identification of traps for fooling the “crowd”. Shaking out weak players. Collecting stops.
X.23. The laws of the exchange (the results of the author’s research).

Chapter XI. Trading as a profession.

IX.1. Emotional and psychological preparation before starting trading.
IX.2. Risk assessment before trading.
IX.3. Portfolio Management.
IX.4. Homework.
IX.5. Drawing up a trading algorithm. Managing the trading algorithm. Following the algorithm.
IX.6. Choosing a trading instrument.
IX.7. Selecting entry points.
IX.8. Setting stop commands and take profits.
IX.9. Position management during the transaction.
IX.10. Closing the trade.

Chapter XII. Mechanical trading and trading robots.

XII.1. The concept of a trading robot.
XII.2. Programming language ATF.
XII.3. Drawing up a trading algorithm.
XII.4. Programming the indicator.
XII.5. Programming listing work.
XII.6. Testing and using the robot.
XII.7. Risks when using the robot.
XII.8. Using neural networks when creating a robot.
XII.9. What to choose: robot or manual trading?
XII.10. Special software for programming robots for trading.

Chapter XIII. What to do next?

XIII.1. The “Horizontal” technique.
XIII.2. The “Fellow Traveler” technique (tracking takeprofit).
XIII.3. The “Higher-lower” method (applications in two directions with adaptive distribution of applications).
XIII.4. The “Triple flip” technique (one application for the lower level, another for the upper, the third above the price).
XIII.5. The “Morning coffee” technique (trading at the opening).
XIII.6. The “American Jump” technique (trading in the American session).
XIII.7. The “Evening debut” technique (trading in the evening session).
XIII.8. The “Anaconda Throw” technique (catching bounces from the level).
XIII.9. The “Ant” technique (input/output in small parts on a grid).
XIII.10. The “Fisherman on the Lake” technique (grid trading).
XIII.11. The method of “Fast and Furious” (“Futures and options”).
XIII.12. The “Three Friends” technique (3 moving averages).
XIII.13. Technique “On the crest of the wave” (catching large waves).
XIII.14. The “Opposite” strategy.
XIII.15. Egg Hatching Strategy.
XIII.16. The “Even lower” strategy.
XIII.17. The strategy of “Catching comets”.
XIII.18. The “Smart Robbie” technique.

Chapter XIV. My Strategy for using long money and its results.

Chapter XV. Conclusion.

Chapter XVI. List of sources used.

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