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  • New to IP? Start here! In this lesson, we explain what the term "Infinite Prosperity" means. You'll learn the prosperity formula, the two stages of Financial Independence and the four objectives to achieving them.

  • This is our introduction to trading and investing. During this lesson, you'll learn the order of operations to growing and building your wealth on solid, sustainable foundations. That order is: save, invest, trade.

  • Not only is psychology one of the most important components of trading education, it is also one of the least studied among new traders. It is wise to head the advice and wisdom put forth in this lesson.

  • Even the best strategies can eventually blow an account if they are not integrated with strict money management principles. In this lesson, you'll learn a watertight risk management regime.

  • We use Technical Analysis for one purpose: To identify when and where the collective market mind is likely to set order clusters. In identifying these areas, we may act on the side of probability and find an edge.

  • In this lesson, you'll enjoy an eye-opening glimpse into the world of financial brokers. It is wise to know both the altruistic and narcissistic agendas of your broker so you can act methodically and objectively.

  • It is crucial to your long-term success to understand exactly how, when and why you have an edge in the market. Knowing your numbers allows you to realistically align your expectations for profitable investing.

  • Lesson 7 Mindset image

    Our goal is not only to teach you money mechanics - that would be an incomplete teaching. The purpose of Infinite Prosperity is to ensure you also have the mental framework to become a financial master.

  • Lesson 8 Goal Setting image

    Without having a goal to shoot for, it's extremely difficult to score in the game of life. In this lesson, we'll take you through an 8-step goal setting routine that could literally change the course of your entire life.

  • Lesson 9 Journaling image

    If you don't measure it, you won't master it. Journaling allows you to track your performance, stay focused and optimize output. In this lesson, you'll learn how to analyze and take responsibility for your results.

Articles in the category of Swing Trading
Lewis Mocker
7 Reasons Everyone Should Learn to Trade

Most of the new traders I get to speak to each day admit to pursuing a business in trading purely due to the financial reward that is possible in this market. And (if we’re being honest with ourselves)… that is, definitely, one of the most obvious reasons to pursue forex trading. But what most people don’t realize is…
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Lewis Mocker
The Real Purpose of Technical Analysis

Technical analysis has faced significant opposition from critics for years. To this day, many people believe that it’s a big bunch of hogwash, poppycock or witchcraft. To be fair, in the context that these judgments are made, we often agree. Indeed, there are many individuals and companies who paint an over-glorified picture of technical analysis. Here’s our position…
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Amy Sangster
The Path of Least Resistance in Forex

Incase you assumed otherwise, no one knows what the market is about to do with any degree of certainty. Be cautious of anyone who takes a strong stance on what they think the market is about to do (particularly if they’re charging you for their opinion). “Nobody knows if the stock’s going to go up,…
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Lewis Mocker
The Collective Market Mind

You’ve probably heard that to make money in the financial markets, you need to do the opposite of what everyone else is doing.  But unless someone has explained to you (in depth) what that actually means, you might feel a little uncertain about how to actually put this wisdom into action. In this blog post, my…
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Lewis Mocker
The Golden Rule in Forex Risk Management

In speculative forex trading, it is wise to limit your risk on each trade to 1% of your total account size. Many new traders think this is preposterous. “1% of my account is only $10, how can I possibly make any money”, they say. While such a low exposure to risk might lack the excitement…
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