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Introduction to trading psychology
Course overview from Managing Director William de Lucy and introduction to 'prospect theory'.
Psychology of gains and losses
How the brain reacts differently to gains and losses and practical steps to manage emotional variance.
Understanding human biases such as confirmation, sample, size, representative and accounting bias and learn how to counteract these natural tendencies.
Behavioural finance
Why economic theory alone does not always apply in the pricing of assets. In this lesson Will explains how market behavioural works.
Trading journey
Identifying what type of trader you are and how to implement a process of continuous improvement, including habits and behaviours to remain disciplined.
Trading mindset
Your psychology and your mental approach to trading is critical to your ability to perform as a trader. Find out how to understand and better manage your mindset.
Trading Habits
Understanding the power of habits and tips on how to change your state of mind to make a positive change in your behaviour.
Why is psychology important for success?
Senior trader Tim Duggan talks through why psychology is important for all traders, from starting out, to maintaining high level performance.
Practical steps to more clear & fluid thinking
A session demonstrating the framework around traders thought process and 4 different practical steps to help think more clearly.
The mindset behind elite trading performance
Senior trader Tim Duggan talks to high performance psychologist Créde Sheehy-Kelly on practical tips to manage your trading mindset.
Contract sizes & margins
Supplementary information document so the sessions taught by Will.
Prospect theory blotter
A useful PDF that can be downloaded and printed to keep on your desk at all times.
Emotionally intelligent trading
Two well-established and pubicly available questionnaires that sim to develop self-awareness of personal attributes.
Cognitive bias
Humans often fail to make rational decisions because our brains take mental shortcuts. Here is an infographic showing some of the most common traits.
Join the Managing Director of Amplify Trading William de Lucy, as he shares his insights from 20-years' experience in trading the global financial markets. Course content also includes a 3-part psychology series with Senior Trader Tim Duggan, featuring high performance psychologist Créde Sheehy-Kelly.
In this course you will gain a deep understanding of the natural tendencies of the human brain and how that impacts your decision making ability. You will also be shown techniques used by our traders to increase their self-awareness and how behavioural finance impacts asset prices in modern markets. Having worked with traders since 2009, the most common barrier to more long-term success in markets is nearly always down to psychology. In this course you will get to know the theory behind why most people fail and practical tips as to how to combat this for future improvement and consistency in your trading.
11 Videos | 4 PDFs | 1 Assessment




How long do I have to complete the course?

Once you purchase the course you have life-time access to the material, and the ability to obtain your diploma certificate.

What do I do if I have questions on the content?

Upon purchase of the course, you will be granted access to a private Discord chat channel where you will have a designated room where you can ask questions and receive responses from the AmplifyLIVE team.

Will I be ready to trade after this course?

Yes, you will definitely be better equipped to trade after this course. However, there is lots to learn and experience before becoming a consistently profitable trader. We highly recommend completing the 5 core courses and then applying your knowledge on a demo account for several months before opening and trading on a live account.

What is the certificate I get on completion of the course?

Our training is fully accredited by the London Institute of Banking & Finance who are the oldest training and professional body for banking and financial services in England and Wales. The level 4 diploma status is the equivalent to undertaking the first year of a Bachelor's degree in the UK academic qualification framework.
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