June 25, 2022

PTM Professional Trading Masterclass 2.0 By Anton Kreil – Free Download Course

PTM Professional Trading Masterclass 2.0 By Anton Kreil – Free Download Course

Institute of Trading and Portfolio Management ITPM – 2.0

Course 1 – Introduction to Professional Level Trading (IPLT) Video Series

The IPLT Video Series is the perfect introduction into how Professional Traders strategize in order to take advantage of U.S. Stock Market Volatility utilizing the methods of Long / Short Portfolio Management. This course is ideal for all Retail Traders globally that are seeking a more Professional approach and consistent profitability in their trading accounts.

Course 2 – Professional Trading Masterclass (PTM) Video Series 2.0

The PTM Video Series 2.0 is the follow up program to the PTM 1.0 Video Series that was launched in 2013 and delisted in March 2021. The program has been updated and remastered. The course content has doubled in size. The PTM 2.0 is the core Educational Program at ITPM focusing on a full Professional Trader systematic process in the U.S. StockMarket. The PTM 2.0 Video Series is by far the most comprehensive Trading Program on the market available to Retail Traders.



Course 3 – Professional Options Trading Masterclass (POTM) Video Series

The POTM Video Series is the perfect accompaniment to the IPLT Video Series and the PTM 2.0 Video Series. Once you understand Volatility, Trade Idea Generation and Risk Management, learning how to structure Trade Ideas and a Long Short Portfolio utilizing Options will provide you with further edge in the market.

Course 4 – Professional FOREX Trading Masterclass (PFTM) Video Series

For serious Retail Traders that want to further expand their knowledge of applied Macroeconomics, the PFTM Video Series is heavy with a Fundamental data driven Professional Trader level approach that can add big returns to your Portfolio over time. Using the Pro’ Trader approach, FOREX positioning is not frequent, perhaps once or twice a year. However, this approach can provide outsized returns if you know how to apply it properly.


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Bonus Education Videos

Get access to all of the Institutes Premium Conference Seminars for the last 4 years. Presenters include your Trading Teachers / Mentors Anton Kreil, Ross Williams, Jason Mcdonald, Raj Malhotra, Chris Cathey and Anthony Iser.


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2 thoughts on “PTM Professional Trading Masterclass 2.0 By Anton Kreil – Free Download Course

  1. I have taken Anton course, it has some good points but if you have read a few books from profestional traders you will already have come across most of the information. He tries to trade on fundamentals which can be very subjective so may not be for everyone. There are multiple souces for information so if you do your homework , having said that you may pick up some tips if you are a longer term trader.

  2. I have purchased and watched his Forex course multiple times, as it took a quite a long time to absorb all the information. However, it was only after months of learning everything on the course did I realise it wasn’t possible to replicate his analysis on other Currencies. He goes in detail on how to analyse the USD, specifically by predicting GDP with numerous “economic indicators”.
    The reason it wasn’t possible to replicate the process with other currencies is because on his excel charts, he correlates the economic indicator to the GDP by drawing a line from “left to right” (left vertical axis being the economic indicator and the right being the GDP reading”), however the GDP scale is different in every case.
    His assertion that an economic indicator reading is correlated to a certain GDP level appears to be arbitrary.

    To my knowledge the only way to correlate two data series is by using some form of regression analysis which I am not capable of doing. Using the Excel’s correlation coefficient also shows on almost all occasions close to zero correlation.

    If anyone has any comments or suggestions regarding my experience it would be appreciated.

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