MASTER FOREX TRADER

Brief 

This program is designed to teach you how to trade FOREX, Stocks, commodities & how to make better investing decisions.

 You will get a chance to be mentored by experienced traders. You will see why they buy a certain stock, currency or commodity.

 You will learn how to analyze trading charts through technical analysis, you will learn how to anayze global economic news.

 To earn the final certification, you will need to trade with real accounts and have more returns than what the bank rate can offer. If you succeed, then you will be the next NAICD certified trader. 

Administration Requirements 
  • Students must be able to perform basic math calculations.
  • Students must have basic computer skills.
  • Students must be able to communicate in English.
Upon completion of this program the successful student will have reliably demonstrated the :
  •  Ability to use Meta Trader four software trading platform.
  •  Ability to buy & sell stocks, currencies or commodities using technical & fundamental analysis.
  •  Ability to calculate risk reward ratios.
  •  Ability to analyze trading opportunities.
  •  Ability to monitor, assess & control your emotions.
Students will be assessed based on:
  • Passing written tests.
  • Live trading performance.
Completion Requirements*
  • All tests and projects must have minimum 70% passing grade.
  • Live trading assessment:  Students must achieve higher profit return than bank return rate in trading period.
Program Duration
  • 65 Hours – 48 Weeks
Trading the market from home  
  • Students are expected to monitor the market at least 5 hours a week.
Delivery Method
  • In class
  • Online
Live Trading

Program Organization*

 

Title of Course/Work Experience Component * # of Hours* Weeks
TRADING 101. 25 1 week
Live trading 4 weeks
Certified Technical Trader. 15 1 week
Live trading technical 12 weeks
Emotional Intelligence and Risk Control. 10 1 week
Live technical trading II 4 weeks
Certified Fundamental Trader. 15 1 week
Final Live Trading Assessment 24 weeks
Total Instruction Hours 65 48 Weeks

English Faculty

Ling Luong

Ling Luong

A Q&A with Linh Luong, Academic Program Director, Project Management

Q: What is your terminal degree in and where did you get it from?
A: I have a Master’s in Business Administration and a Master’s in Information Systems.

Q: What do you do for fun?
A: Plan cooking competitions, hiking, paddle boarding, and spending time with my husband and daughter.

Q: What classes do you teach?
A: During my time at CityU I’ve taught various project management classes.

Q: Why did you decide to start teaching?
A: I wanted to give back the way my teachers/mentors taught me.

Q: Why do you enjoy teaching at CityU?
A: It’s that light bulb moment and passion that you see in students.

Q: What’s one thing you always tell your students that may or may not relate to your class?
A: Make all your mistakes in the classroom and learn from it. The real world is less forgiving.

Q: What is something that you have learned from end-of-course evaluations that you applied later on?
A: Relating experiences, concepts, and topics back to the real world helps things click more with students.

Physics Faculty

Ling Luong

Ling Luong

A Q&A with Linh Luong, Academic Program Director, Project Management

Q: What is your terminal degree in and where did you get it from?
A: I have a Master’s in Business Administration and a Master’s in Information Systems.

Q: What do you do for fun?
A: Plan cooking competitions, hiking, paddle boarding, and spending time with my husband and daughter.

Q: What classes do you teach?
A: During my time at CityU I’ve taught various project management classes.

Q: Why did you decide to start teaching?
A: I wanted to give back the way my teachers/mentors taught me.

Q: Why do you enjoy teaching at CityU?
A: It’s that light bulb moment and passion that you see in students.

Q: What’s one thing you always tell your students that may or may not relate to your class?
A: Make all your mistakes in the classroom and learn from it. The real world is less forgiving.

Q: What is something that you have learned from end-of-course evaluations that you applied later on?
A: Relating experiences, concepts, and topics back to the real world helps things click more with students.