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Rational investing is the intersection of technical and fundamental analysis. TRI looks closely at the fundamentals (the story or financial data) behind a trade to make sure it agrees with what the technicals (charts) are suggesting should occur.
Not exactly. A student should be able to understand basic high school math & computer skills (i.e., Excel, spreadsheets, and word processor manipulation). The biggest requirement is a passion for learning without fear of asking questions for clarification.
Defining value is important for a fundamental perspective as it forces us to only consider high probability setups. We also agree with the proverb: “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.” At TRI, we want you to be able to expand on your own but the only way you will be able to that is if you have a solid understanding of the fundamentals.
But of course.
Run a small business of trading with a fully developed trading plan with basic technical analysis understanding.
A primary objective of this course is to teach ‘the process’. TRI never assumes a new student understands the process of trading or running a small business of trading. Level 1 is the basic core course and is a requirement
Every student’s learning and studying style is different but we recommend an average of 2-3 hours for lectures, 1-2 hours for class materials and 1-2 hours for homework and group tutorials.
We’re in progress of making a final decision as it will be contingent upon how TRI manages materials for students going forward.