The Art and Science of Trading Course - Adam H. Grimes

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  1. jack

    jack Administrator Staff Member

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    I just wanted to point out what I think is a solid beginner course on trading. It's a great "get back to basics" course too for anyone who feels like they need to get back on track and get focused again.

    There's no cost, the course is free, but you gotta register with an email address. Best I can tell there is no up-sell or anything marketed at you after you register besides his trading analysis mailer which is targeted to fund managers.. but it's tame and none of that retail-aimed get rich quick BS we see so often.

    I have no affiliation with Adam Grimes or the course, I only found it through a Chat With Traders episode and after going through all the material I figured it was worth sharing.

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    EDIT: Looks like Adam has moved the course to a new site and is revamping it: https://www.marketlifetrading.com/

    I'm not sure how the new changes reflect on his material but I anticipate the new course will be of the same, if not better, quality as his original course.

    The ChatWithTraders episode is a good listen and can be found here:
    https://chatwithtraders.com/ep-115-adam-grimes/

    Adam's bio:

     
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  2. jack

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    Looks like Adam is making some changes and has moved his course to: https://www.marketlifetrading.com/

    Still free, and he mentioned to me in a tweet that the course revamp will make it better than the original.

    I've put this on my list of things to review.
     
  3. Decoherence

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    It's good so far other than in in module 2 part 1 he says fractal high/lows are the same as pivot points... he defines the 3 bar pattern as pivot points, although that isn't the general consensus unless I am mistaken.
     

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