Overall Program Structure

The TRI program educates and empowers

We give our students the tools necessary to make rational decisions in the marketplace. Students are then taught how to personalize trades based on his or her own distinctive objectives and risk tolerances. Our unique programs are entirely ‘process’ based which means we provide our students with the ability to effectively run their own small business of trading entirely on their own.
The TRI program is divided in to 3 unique class levels (beginner, intermediate and advanced).
Each level has a duration of 12 weeks.

We invite you to check out what our past students have to say about the program!


We at TRI take our role as educators very seriously. We’ve gone to great lengths to ensure our members are a part of a safe, encouraging, and professional environment. Here at TRI, we know we’re a direct reflection of this community. Therefore, we take pride in our ability to maintain such a great learning and growing atmosphere.

You’re not alone. It’s true that any member of the TRI team is only a DM/SMS/Email away at any time. But most importantly, all TRI education programs are assigned a specific Instructor who is available to answer questions. Teacher’s Assistants (TA’s) are also active on the site and can often answer any lingering questions about the course.

But the support does not stop there. Many of our program Alumni and site veterans (noted on their badges) can answer questions related to the program materials. We encourage you to bring your questions to the classes and interact as much as possible. Should you require further one-on-one type assistance, those in the TA pool are more than ready to step up and help you learn ‘the process’ as fast and efficiently as you desire. We’re here to help!

Class Structure

TRI’s 3 unique class levels consist of 10 distinctive learning modules. The pace is fast and the learning curve is steep. Our work is done around a very structured curriculum where students are expected to watch the assigned pre-recorded lecture for the day, complete assignments, and ace the weekly quizzes.

Attendance in group format sessions with an assigned instructor is strongly recommended. In these sessions, students are expected to bring their questions to the forefront and fill out a dynamic Q&A file where the aforementioned instructor directly answers questions. If the student ever feels they need further assistance or clarification, they can always choose from a pool of TRI’s Teaching Assistants to help them on a one-to-one basis. Now let’s get learning!

Our Class Levels

One level at a time at our school

Level 1

Introduction Program


hundreds of people took it already!

Starting September 9th 2019

This program is specifically designed for those brand new to investing and/or trading. The primary goals of Level 1 are for students to learn ‘the process,’ graduate with a complete understanding of what goes into a trading plan, and ultimately feel confident in their ability to independently customize his or her very own trading objective. Students are given the basic tools to track and monitor their investing and/or trading behavior along with pivotal suggestions on how to better their techniques.

Time Required:

  • 5-8 hours per week

Course Format:

  • Pre-recorded lectures, homework and quizzes are to be watched and worked on at your convenience. These are delivered in a drip format, once per week.
  • Group tutorials are every Sunday 8-10 AM PST. These are for you to ask any and all questions regarding the weeks topics live in real time. The tutorials are recorded and can be watched at a later time if you cannot make them. Participation in these is not required.
  • Exclusive chat room to work with Teaching Assistants (TAs) and fellow students.

Main Goal:Concentrate on Rational Investing aka Eating our vegetables

Key objectives include:

  • Identify who you are as an investor
  • Determine your risk tolerance
  • Establish the current investment landscape & plan what to expect going forward
  • Build a ‘living’ trading plan with newly learned skills
  • Work within the new established plan
WEEKS 6-11

Main Goal:Concentrate on building Setups within our trading plan aka The Candy Store

Key objectives include:

  • Learn the ins and outs of price structure, trade location, price/volume momentum analysis, and event driven trading tools
  • Master the Technical analysis concepts to build personalized setups
  • Become familiarized with most of Setups in the TRI library

Level 2

Intermediate Program

Available after completing Level 1

This program is exclusively designed for those individuals who have graduated TRI’s Level 1 program and would like to add more tools to their technical toolbelt. Students at this level in their education are actively participating in the market. Through the previous program they learned how to behave, learn and grow. Now, students have strengthened their skills and want to move even further with their trading plans. The program will challenge and inspire learners through a historical trading perspective.

Welcome back to class

Key objectives include:

  • Horizontal Support & Resistance
  • Trend Lines
  • Moving Averages in depth
  • Gaps & Gap Theory
  • Volume Profile
  • W.D. Gann
  • Point & Figure Charting
  • Futures Market Structure
  • Commitment Of Traders
  • Algos, Scripts & The DI Index

Level 3

Advanced Program

Available after completing Level 2

This is the most advanced and challenging level of our program. It is not for the faint of heart. The student must have successfully graduated TRI’s Level 1 and 2 with a continued passion to elevate their skills. This program takes an introspective approach on the student.Therefore, the student’s psychology behind trading, maturity when in investing, and professional market behavior is evaluated. Only at this point does TRI introduce derivatives as tradable products and is a large part of this program.

Welcome back to class

Key objectives include:

  • Pro trader’s workbench
  • Pro trader stop management
  • Harmonic Trading
  • Introduction to Derivatives
  • Long Options strategies
  • Short Options strategies
  • Using Derivatives Market Information
  • Trading Seasonality
  • Sector Rotation
  • Trading with the DoM