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MIT Curriculum

The Master in Trading (MIT) program is a four months program aiming to provide the necessary tools to become a professional trader. There are two classes each week. One of the classes focuses on fundamentals and the other one, on technical analysis. The last month of the program covers advanced topics, given by the IOTAF head trader.

Required Textbooks

  • Master in Trading Study Guide, Book #1-3 Introduction, 2019 2nd Edition

Assignment and Exams

  • There will be three exams during the course and in order to pass the course, a mark of 70% is required.

*Each lecture is three hours.

Week

Day 1

Day 2

1

Basics of financial markets, exchanges, products, platforms; basic order entries, etc. – Part 1 Basics of financial markets, exchanges, products, platforms; basic order entries, etc. – Part 2

2

Introduction to macro-economic data Introduction to financial market and futures

3

US macro data Platforms

4

US macro data Technicals 101

5

International macro data Technical Indicators

6

Introduction to bonds Candlesticks

7

Introduction to monetary policy Technical patterns

8

Introduction to the Federal Reserve Market profile I

9

European central bank (ECB) Market profile II

10

International central banks Market profile III

11

Forex – Part 1 Market profile IV

12

Forex – Part 2 Market profile V

13

Energy markets and energy data Trade set-ups and risk management

14

Introduction to Spread Trading Trading mechanics, market microstructure and algorithmic trading

15

Stocks and ETFs Inter & Intra Market Correlations

16

Trade Set ups and Trading Rules Risk management and psychology

17

News trading and research methods Options

18

Cryptocurrencies Bloomberg Market Concepts (BMC) Program

Simulation and Mentoring

100-trade simulation program and unlimited mentoring will start after the lectures.