Investing Course

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What is an NFT?
Building a website with Notion and Super
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Module 0: Welcome

  1. Welcome Video
  2. Before We Get Started (start a Notion for note - taking, copy template for trading and investing thesis, and research template)

Module 1: Foundations

  1. Setting Goals, Consistency, Lifestyle (health + DISCIPLINE),
    1. If you don’t have discipline in other areas of your life, what makes you think you’ll be a disciplined investor?
    2. Develop successful habits
    3. Action items: Read the Bitcoin Whitepaper (discipline), Get notion if you haven’t already. Write down 3 tangible goals you want to achieve in 3 months, 6 months, and 12 months. (profitable trading PnL, 3 successful investments, better understanding of tokenomics).

  2. Crypto Overview: (Technology)
    1. Tech Overview
    2. Growth opportunity (investment)
    3. Disruption
  3. Account Setups, Exchanges, Services
  4. Separation of Long-term and Short-term capital
  5. Information Flow
    1. Twitter (Follow these people)
    2. Establish relationships (DM & provide value
    3. Discord
    4. Restrict excess, distracting flow

Module 2: Investing (Long-term)

  1. Catalysts & Cycles
  2. Macro
  3. Developing a Thesis
  4. Identifying Narratives (monitor vs predict)
    1. Privacy, Music NFTs, Historical NFTs, Layer 1s, DeFi, Gaming, Banking Infrastructure, Real Yield
    2. Get data (dune analytics) and become an expert on the narrative → Stepn → GMX → GNS → Terra Luna
  5. Evaluating Projects
    1. Tokenomics #1 MOST IMPORTANT (supply/value accrual)
    2. Utility (demand) → user base (get real data)
    3. Team
    4. Community
    5. Partnerships
    6. Staying power (Fad or not?)
    7. Backers (VCs) Muscle / Leadership
    8. Example: Stepn

  6. Technical Analysis for Long-term Investing EZ Bands
  7. Technical Analysis for Narratives

Module 3: Trading/Technical Analysis

  1. Price Action (candles) → Anomalies reveal supply and demand zones
  2. Reversals vs Trend Continuation vs Break Outs
  3. MPLs
  4. R:R Levels
  5. Stop losses (volatility)
  6. Leverage & How it Works

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