ForeX Masters Online Academy

  1. Introduction to Forex

  2. History of Forex Trading

  3. What is Traded in Forex?

  4. Buying and Selling Currency Pairs

  5. Market Size and Liquidity

  6. Different Ways to Trade Forex

  7. Advantage of Forex Trading

  8. Forex vs. Stock

  9. Forex vs. Futures

  10. Forex Market Structure

  11. Players in Forex Market

  12. Introduction to Forex Trading Sessions

  13. Tokyo Session

  14. London Session

  15. New York Session

  16. Best Times to Trade Forex

  17. Best Days to Trade Forex

  18. Make Money From Trading Forex

  19. When to Buy or Sell a Currency Pairs

  20. Introduction to PIP

  21. Introduction to LOT

  22. Type of Forex Orders

  23. Introduction to Type of Analysis

  24. Technical Analysis Overview

  25. Fundamental Analysis Overview

  26. Technical vs. Fundamental Analysis

  27. Introduction to Type of Chart

Module 1

Module 2

Module 3


  1. Introduction to Support & Resistance

  2. Trade With Support & Resistance

  3. Introduction to Trend Lines

  4. Introduction to Channels

  5. Introduction to Japanese Candlestick

  6. Anatomy of Japanese Candlestick

  7. Basic Japanese Candlestick Patterns

  8. Single Candlestick Patterns

  9. Dual Candlestick Patterns

  10. Triple Candlestick Patterns

  11. Japanese Candlestick Patterns in Glance

  12. Introduction to Fibonacci Trading

  13. How to Use Fibonacci Retracement to Trade

  14. Use Fibonacci with Support & Resistance

  15. Use Fibonacci with Trend Lines

  16. Use Fibonacci with Japanese Candlestick

  17. Use Fibonacci to Determine Take Profits

  18. Use Fibonacci to Determine Stop Loss

  19. Introduction to Bollinger Band

  20. Use MACD Indicator

  21. Use Parabolic SAR

  22. Use Stochastic

  23. Use RSI (Relative Strength Index)

  24. Use ADX (Average Directional Index)

  25. Introduction to Ichimoku Kinko Hyo

  26. Trading With Multiple Chart Indicators

  27. Leading vs. Lagging Indicators

  28. Use Oscillators to Predict The End of Trend

  29. Use Momentum Indicators to Confirm a Trend

  1. Introduction to Type of Chart Patterns

  2. Double Tops and Double Bottoms Pattern

  3. Head & Shoulders Pattern

  4. Wedge Pattern

  5. Rectangle Chart Patterns To Trade Breakouts

  6. Bearish & Bullish Pennants

  7. Triangle Patterns

  8. 3 Main Group of Chart Patterns

  9. Introduction to Pivot Point

  10. Calculate Pivot Points

  11. Use Pivot Points to Trade Breakouts

  12. Use Pivot Points to Measure Market Sentiment

  13. Type of Pivot Points

  14. Introduction for Elliot Wave

  15. Impulse Wave

  16. Corrective Wave

  17. Elliot Wave Within an Elliot Wave

  18. Trade Forex Using Elliot Waves

  19. Introduction to Harmonic Price Patterns

  20. The ABCD &  The Three-Drive

  21. Trading The Gartley Pattern

  22. 3 Steps in Trading Harmonic Price Patterns

  23. Introduction to Trading Divergences

  24. Regular Divergence

  25. Hidden Divergence

  26. How to Avoid Entering Too Early Using Divergence

  27. Divergence Patterns in Glance

Module 4

Module 5

Module 6

  1. Introduction to Trading Environment

  2. Trending Market

  3. Range-Bound Market

  4. Retracement or Reversal

  5. How to Identity Reversals

  6. Protect The Trades From Reversals

  7. Introduction to Trade Breakouts

  8. Measure Volatility

  9. Type of Breakouts

  10. Trade Breakouts With Trend Line, Channels & Triangles

  11. Measure The Strength of a Breakout

  12. Be Careful of Fakeouts

  13. Fundamental Analysis (Advance)

  14. Why Interest Rate Matter For Forex Traders?

  15. How Monetary Policy Affects The Forex Market

  16. Hawkish and Dovish Central Banks

  17. Fundamental Factors That Affect Forex Market

  18. Where to Find Forex News & market Data

  19. Market Expectations to News & Their Impact on Currencies

  20. Introduction to Currency Cross Pair

  21. Why Trade Currency Crosses

  22. Currency Crosses Are Trend-y

  23. Trade Interest Rate Differentials

  24. Be Careful Trading Obscure Currency Crosses

  25. Trade Fundamentals With Currency Crosses

  26. Trade a Synthetic Currency Pairs

  27. Trade Euro Yen  Crosses

  28. Uses Currency Crosses to Trade Majors

  29. How Cross Currency Pairs Affect Dollar Pairs

  1. Multiple Time Frame Analysis

  2. What Time Frame to Trade

  3. What Best Time Frame to Trade

  4. Why Use Multiple Time Frames?

  5. Use Multiple Time Frame For Better Entry & Exit Levels

  6. Trading With 3 Time Frames 

  7. Market Sentiment

  8. Commitment of Traders Report

  9. Find COT Report

  10. Understanding COT Report

  11. Use COT Reports For Trading

  12. Pick Tops & Bottoms With COT Report

  13. Create Your Own COT Trading Indicator

  14. Interpret The COT Report

  15. Trading The News

  16. Be Careful Trading The News

  17. Which News Release to Trade?

  18. 2 Ways to Trade The News

  19. Trade News With a Directional Bias

  20. Trade News Using The Straddle Trade Strategy

  21. US Dollar Index

  22. How To Read The US Dollar Index

  23. Trade Weighted Dollar Index

  24. How to Use The USDX For Forex Trading

  25. The Dollar Smile Theory

  26. Introduction to Intermarket Correlation

  27. How Gold Affects AUD/USD & USD/CHF

  28. How Oil Affects USD/CAD

  29. How Bond YieldsAffect Currency Movement

  30. How Bond Spreads Between Two Countries Affect Their Exchange Rate

  31. How Fixed Income Securities Affect Currency Movement

  32. Forex & Global Equity markets

  33. Relationship Between Stock & Forex

  34. How Stock Affects The Forex Market

  35. Use EUR/JPY as a Leading Indicator For Stocks

  36. Intermarket Analysis Sheet


  1. Introduction Forex Trader's Guide to Major Economics

  2.  United States of America

  3. Eur Zone

  4. United Kingdom

  5. Japan

  6. Canada

  7. Australia

  8. New Zealand

  9. Switzerland

  10. China

  11. Developing Trading Plan

  12. Why Need a Trading Plan ?

  13. Trading Discipline is The Key to Consistent Profitability

  14. Trading Style That Suits Your Personality

  15. Introduction to Different Types of trading Styles

  16. Scalping

  17. Day Trading

  18. Swing Trading

  19. Position Trading

  20. Introduction to Risk Management

  21. Trading Capital to Start With

  22. Drawdown & Maximum Drawdown

  23. 1 % Risk Per Trade

  24. Risk & Reward Ratio

  25. Leverage and Margin

  26. Margin Call

  27. Trading On Margin

  28. High Leverage vs. Low Leverage

  29. Leverage Affects Transaction Cost

  30. Introduction to Position Sizing

  31. Calculating Position Size

  32. Introduction to Stop Loss

  33. Set Stop Loss Based On a Percentage of Your Account

  34. Set Stop Loss Based On Support & Resistance

  35. Set Stop Loss Based On Price Volatility

  36. Set Stop Loss Based On a Time Limit

  37. 3 Rules Using Stop Loss

  38. Scaling In & Out of Positions

  39. How to Scale Out Positions

  40. How to Scale In Positions

  41. How to Add Winning Positions


The information and content held within this website has been created by Forex Masters and are for educational purposes only. Forex or stock trading has no guarantees. There are many factors including general economic conditions that can have an impact on your investment and past results are not indicative of the future. Spread betting and CFD's can put your money in jeopardy, as the financial or stock markets can move quickly and go up and down against your investment. Invest with capital which is reasonable to you as the investment may fail meaning you lose it plus have to pay additional money. Spread betting is not for everyone, so make sure you fully know the risks and get guidance from a professional trader if required.


Risk warning: Trading Foreign Exchange (Forex) and Contracts for Difference (‘CFDs’) are complex financial products that are traded on margin. Trading CFDs carries a high level of risk since leverage can work both to your advantage and disadvantage. As a result, CFDs may not be suitable for all investors because you may lose all of your invested capital. You should not risk more than you are prepared to lose. Before deciding to trade, you need to ensure that you understand the risks involved taking into account your investment objectives and level of experience.