Corporate Training

Trading in a Macro World


Structure of the Course:

Duration: 2 months

Hours: 3 hours for each class

Days: 2 days a week

For more details of the program please contact us by visiting our contact page.

Objective of the Course:

The objective of the course is to provide corporate employees the in-depth understanding and practical knowledge on the macroeconomics of trading in a global market. We will teach the student how every asset class such as equities, fixed income, commodities, forex, and cryptocurrencies have a correlation with macroeconomic themes that come from analyzing monetary policies, fiscal policies, statistics, data, and trends. In addition, we look at inter and intra market correlations with each asset class and study the fundamentals and technicals that drive these asset classes.

We guarantee that the knowledge that the student gains from this course will expedite their learning curve and elevate their financial markets knowledge to an intermediate level. The knowledge in this course has practical uses in the workforce for anyone working in the financial industry. The financial markets are always changing; thus, we adjust our teachings to the real-life trading scenarios to give our students an edge in their learning.

Please see below to find out more details about the course curriculum.

Day 1:

The Fundamentals

  1. Fundamentals of Global Money & Markets
  2. Largest Economies in the World
  3. Investing in International Markets
  4. Business Cycle

Day 2:

  1. Fundamentals of Assets Classes
  2. Fundamentals of Stocks (Equities)
  3. Fundamentals of Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) and Mutual Funds (MFs)

Day 3:

  1. Fundamentals of Bonds (Fixed Income)
  2. Fundamentals of Commodities
  3. Fundamentals of Forex/Currencies

Day 4-5:

The Fundamentals

  1. Fundamentals of Futures
  2. Fundamentals of Options
  3. Fundamentals of CFDs
  4. Fundamentals of Cryptocurrencies

Day 6:

Market Information

  1. Introduction to how to obtain market information.
  2. Tier 1 information
  3. Tier 2 information
  4. Tier 3 information
  5. How to set up your trading desk
  6. Research Sources

Day 7:

Governments and Central Banks

  1. Introduction to role of government
  2. Introduction to role of central bank

Day 8:

Governments and Central Banks

  1. Introduction to role of central bank
  2. Fiscal policy vs monetary policy
  3. How US government influences financial markets
  4. How the US central bank influences financial markets
  5. Global central banks and influence on financial markets

Day 9:


  1. Introduction to Macroeconomics
  2. The importance of macroeconomics in trading
  3. Relevance of macro data
  4. How does macro trading work?
  5. US Macro Data

Day 10:


  1. US Macro Data
  2. International Macro Data

Day 11:


  1. US Macro Data
  2. International Macro Data

Day 12:

Advance Topics on Financial Markets

  1. Risk on vs risk off environment
  2. Intermarket vs intramarket correlations
  3. Intermarket correlations

Day 13:

Advance Topics on Financial Markets

  1. Intermarket correlations
  2. Intramarket correlations
  3. Advance topics on equities

Day 14:

Advance Topics on Financial Markets

  1. Advance topics in equities
  2. Advance topics in bonds
  3. Advance topics in crude oil
  4. Advance topics in forex

Day 15:

Advance Topics on Financial Markets

  1. Advance topics in options
  2. Advance topics in cryptocurrencies

Day 16:

Technical Analysis

  1. Introduction to technical analysis
  2. Trading Technologies
  3. Types of charts

Day 17:

Technical Analysis

  1. Basics of chart patterns
  2. Candlestick formation
  3. Technical Indicators

Day 18:

Technical Analysis

  1. Technical Indicators
  2. Volume indicators
  3. Oscillators
  4. Volatility indicators
  5. Technical patterns
  6. Reversal Patterns
  7. Continuation patterns

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