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Free 4 Day Trading Course
Learn How I Trade Stocks Full-Time For The Last Decade
A Complete Trading System To Become A Self-Sufficient Trader For All Experience Levels
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LIVE With Kunal Desai

Now Available On Demand
Tired of the same old recorded 30 minute webinar where you learn nothing and get pitched another product?

This 4 day course was recorded live and will give you a complete trading system and an interactive Q&A with Kunal after each session.
What You'll Learn In This 4-Day Course!
Day 1:
  •  Introduction
  •  Technical Analysis
  •  Charting Basics
  •  Understanding Market Cycles
  •  Defining Your Trading Strategy
Day 2:
  • Support & Resistance Trading
  •  Trends
  • Risk Management
  •  Timing the Trade

Day 3:
  • Bulls Method
  •  Applying Trading Strategy For Stocks & Cryptos
  •  Breakout Trading
  •  Trading Pullbacks

Day 4:
  • Timing the Trade
  •  Putting It All Together
Your Teacher
Kunal Desai
Previously featured on
Founder & CEO of
About Kunal

Kunal Desai is an American stock trader and CEO of Bulls on Wall Street, an online trading academy. Kunal is known for becoming a wealthy retail trader and growing his multi-million dollar business with his close friends.

He is also a cryptocurrency trader and investor where he has capitalized on the new trend of digital currency. He teaches his crypto trading methods at

He is an International speaker at trading and entrepreneurship events around the world, been featured in numerous podcasts, and covered in the Huffington Post, Forbes, Fortune, and many other major publications.

Kunal runs his own hedge fund that gives traders with smaller accounts an opportunity to trade with more capital. He is also an investor and advisor in other businesses.
Day 1
Chapter 1 - Introduction
- About Kunal
- Overview of Bulls on Wall Street
- Direction of this course
- Getting to webinar attendees

Chapter 2 - Technical Analysis
- Technical analysis catalogues market data and establishes a system for finding trade ideas, picking entries & exits, and managing risk. It encompasses nearly all your trading decisions from steps a to z. It is essential to learn technical analysis if you want to make profitable investing and trading decisions.
a. Value of Technical Analysis
b. Understanding the Dynamics of an Auction Market
c. How to Follow the Flow of Money

Chapter 3 - Charting Basic
- Charting allows us to see the actions of all traders in graphical format. Charting is the tool that takes what looks like random, chaotic data and forms it into a concise picture. We use charts to determine not only where a stock has been but also where it is going. In this chapter we learn what indicators can be used to confirm positive price action and exactly how we use them. We also learn how to read volume and how it relates to price on a chart. In the end, we will show you how to take these pieces of the chart and tie them together using multiple timeframes to build a high probability, low-risk trade.
a. Important Technical Indicators
b. Price/Volume Relationship
c. Time Frames

Chapter 4 - Understanding Market Cycles
- Stocks are either in a period of consolidation or a trending period. As traders, we want to focus on the periods where stocks are moving in a recognizable way. We enter momentum stocks in trends and stay in them as long as they are moving in the direction of the trend. In this section, we will be learning the four stages and cycles that stocks enter. By learning how to recognize these different stages, we become more profitable traders because we know which style of trading to apply at various times.
a. Accumulation
b. Run-up
c. Distribution d. Run-down

Chapter 5 Define Your Trading Style
- There are three styles of short-term trading: day-trading, swing-trading, and position trading. Do you have a full-time job? What type of personality do you have? What kind of risk are you able to take at this point in your life? These are the types of questions that we will address in this chapter and help you determine which type of trading suites your personality and lifestyle as well as your risk profile.
a. Day-trading
b. Swing-trading
c. Position Trading
d. Which type of trader are you?

Day 2
Chapter 6 - Support and Resistance Trading
- There are multiple types of support and resistance on a chart. Prices move in an auction market from high to low levels because the price is constantly look for its fair value. There is constantly changing supply and demand in a stock due to the many variables and emotions involved in the market. Support and resistance areas are established as buyers and sellers fight for control of the stock. Understanding the dynamics and reasons why support and resistance levels are established will help you see how to position trades around these levels. In this chapter you will learn the types of support and resistance levels and exactly how to use these areas on charts to make actionable and profitable trades. We will also learn which support and resistance setups have the highest probabilities for the biggest gains.
a. The dynamics of support and resistance
b. Types of support/resistance (price, moving average, trend-line, bollinger band)
c. How to use support and resistance levels to make trades d. Highest probability support and resistance trades (our top 3!)

Chapter 7 - Trends
- A trend can be thought of as the path of least resistance in a stock. There are both uptrends and downtrends in stocks. An uptrend occurs when a stock is making higher highs and lower lows while a downtrend is when a stock makes lower highs and lower lows within a specific timeframe. The reason that trends are important is because a stock will lay in its primary trend till a force greater than or equal to it is thrust upon it. As traders the lowest risk and highest reward trades come when you trade in the direction of the primary trend. Investors, swing-traders, and day-traders all use different timeframes to monitor trends. In this chapter we will learn how to identify forming trends, how to identify the strength of a trend, and how to identify when trends are breaking using volume, price action, and indicators.
a. Different types of trends
b. How to identify trends (forming and breaking)
c. Monitoring trends on different time frames

Chapter 8 - Risk Management
- Risk management is a big part of being a successful trader. Great risk managers understand the importance of only taking trades that have great risk to reward ratios. Great risk managers also understand the importance of sizing their positions correctly according to the type of trade they are taking and what is going on in their surroundings. In order to maximize your profits and manage your downside risk you must fully understand numerous factors about the market. You must be able to analyze the market in such a way that you can determine when it is in your best interest to hold overnight, or to go home all cash. When it is in your best interest to take large positions or to scale back and only take partial positions. When it is in your best interest to swing-trade or just day-trade. All these factors are what separate good traders from great traders. This chapter will teach you how to determine when you should exercise these things.
a. Determining Risk to Reward Ratios and Position Sizes
b. Tips on Managing Winning Positions to Maximize Profits
c. Managing Portfolio Risk
d. Types of Stop Losses and Exit Strategies
e. How to Analyze Market Indices
f. Handling gaps with Proper Risk Management
Day 3
- A setup is a specific pattern or set of rules that must be fulfilled so that an entry in a stock can be made. There are hundreds of variables that you must consider in trading, The beauty of being "setup focused" is that we are taking something very broad, like trading, and narrowing it down into a specific task. It is nearly impossible to become an expert at the market because it encompasses everything. However, you can make a living trading by having complete mastery over your setup. By conditioning yourself to recognize the patterns and setups quickly, you are reducing the noise around you and allowing yourself a higher chance of profiting in the trade. In the below chapters, we will focus on learning the two major types of trading: breakout plays and pullback plays. Under these two topics are multiple-high probability setups that you should master.

Chapter 9 - Breakout Trading
- A breakout is when price moves outside an area of resistance. Whether you trade on a weekly, daily, or intraday timeframe, the concepts and strategies are the exact same. There are many traits that must accompany a breakout for it to be a true breakout. In this chapter you will learn what types of breakouts to look for as well as how to know if a breakout is working or if it is a failed breakout. 
a. Traits of a Breakout 
b. Flat Top Breakouts 
c. Base Breakouts
d. Flag Breakouts 
e. Intraday Breakouts 
f. PR/Earnings Breakouts 

Chapter 10 - Trading Pullbacks
 - Pullbacks are the result of a stock falling back after it has reached a high. Often times pullbacks are buying opportunities if the stock is in a strong uptrend. It is important to analyze the traits of the pullback to see if it is just a pause in the up-trend or an actual reversal in the stock. The ideal time to buy these dips is when the stock pulls back to areas of support. These areas of support include moving average support and price support. In this chapter, we will teach you how to spot and play our five go to pullback plays 
a. PB to moving averages 
b. PB to price support 
c. Breakout/Pullback play 
d. 20dma bounce 
e. Oversold PB 

*Homework: find 5 setups based on the ones we taught. They will be reviewed the next day.*
Day 4
Chapter 11 - Timing the Trade
- Knowing how to align charts on multiple time frames is one of the biggest things that separates successful traders from unsuccessful traders. It allows us to look at trades and setups without distortion. Traders must know how to overlay multiple timeframes to find precise entries in a stocks trend to ensure high probabilities of success. The highest probability trades come during the alignment of the trend in multiple timeframes. By looking at three timeframes, we can point out the primary trend (long-term), determine the potential areas for stop losses and targets (intermediate), and pinpoint an exact entry (shortterm). In this chapter we will explore how to align multiple time frames, how to determine which time frames are most important for investors, swing-traders, and day-traders, and how to determine exact buy points for a stock using the different time frames.
a. 3 important time frames
b. How to read and align multiple time frames
c. Overlaying charts to create precise entries

Chapter 12 - Putting it All Together
- In this chapter, we will go over the different trading tools that we specifically use from day to day in our trading. This includes how we setup our trading desk, brokers we recommend, the sources that we use to find information, and the screeners we use to make our watch-lists.. We will show you what to do in the mornings to get prepared for the day. Also, any tips that we have from our experiences will be included in this chapter. This will tie everything together that you have learned in this course and will help you begin the process of learning to trade.
a. Scanning 101
b. Brokers
c. News Sources
d. Morning Routine
e. Tips

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