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|Course ID||Course Name||Instructor||Room Number||Time|
|TTC 201||ICE/TTC Energy Markets||Mr David Norman||Confirmed on Booking|
ICE Education and The Trader Training Company (TTC) have combined their expertise in Energy
Markets, high frequency finance and electronic trading to offer an Energy Futures and Commodity Trader Programme in London. The content and delivery of the Programme are unique to the commodity markets industry with ICE and TTC specializing in delivering core skills and competencies that are required by energy futures traders, portfolio managers, suppliers and wholesalers, brokers and related front- office staff.
There are four Modules that make up the Advanced Diploma:
Module 1: Global Energy Markets
Module 2: Energy Trading Strategies
Module 3: Energy Derivatives and Alternative Investments
Module 1 introduces the student to the momentous changes taking place in the Energy Markets and describes the various market participants and their roles. We highlight the growing use of energy trading products by different market participants and the interrelatedness of energy markets to the wider financial market place. We cover the role of interest rates, supply and demand cycles and market momentum in energy trading and describe the basis upon which the energy markets work.
Our objective is:
To describe how energy markets work, raw energy sources, traditional industry participants, alternative products and markets
To explain the intricacies of the supply and demand cycles and how they influence the price movement of energy trading products
To describe the interrelationships between energy markets and other financial markets including equities, FX, bonds and commodities
To describe important global governance, market oversight and regional influences on the conduct of energy markets
To provide detailed analysis the ways that electronic trading opens up opportunity for traders to trade a variety of energy trading instruments
Module 2: Oil Traders are being offered a greater choice of trading activity including more complex strategy trading opportunities, multi-product arbitrage, market making and cross-border trading. In addition, exchanges and front-end trading system providers are offering enhanced functionality for the trader to use. Module 2 describes how traders can make the most of these opportunities.
Our objective is to:
Provide detailed analysis the ways that energy derivatives trading opens up opportunities for suppliers, wholesalers and traders
Describe the trading opportunities in energy products with established exchanges and Over-the-Counter networks
Examine the requirements for hardware, energy trading software, charting technology and risk management software
Module 3: Energy markets have become increasingly complex and more broadly traded as a variety of product types with associated trading instruments have emerged that enable a range of traders and investors to trade them; futures, forwards, ETFs, Indices, options and CFDs are a few of the instruments now available to traders and it is important that they are aware of the ways in which these instruments are traded, their format and the decision-making behind their use. This module breaks down each traded instrument and describes the trading strategies behind them. Attendees are encouraged to create their own interpretations of the strategies we cover, to trade using professional trading software and to experiment with different order placement techniques.
Our objective is to:
To provide detailed analysis of a variety of trading strategies including breakouts, range trading, trend analysis
To describe the procedures that need to be followed in order to set up an electronic trading operation