TTC 104: Energy and Power Trading

The objective of the Energy and Power Trading Programme is to provide theoretical knowledge and practical understanding of Energy and Power markets, Futures trading strategies and analysis techniques at the highest level.

The Programme offers a mix of classroom based instruction, case study and practical trading exercises where attendees will experience the valuable opportunity of trading real-time simulated equity markets through the use of industry strength proprietary trading software.

Attendees will be taken through a rigorous Programme of theoretical and practical education in Energy Futures trading and Energy and Power markets.

The Programme offers:

  • Intense trader training with full-time practical trading sessions in the trading room using realtime professional proprietary trading and market data software
  • Energy trader training from industry experts who are currently trading themselves
  • The opportunity to develop trader algorithmic tools for order entry and spread trading using industry leader trading software

As a practical qualification, the TTC Energy and Power Markets Trading course covers a large area of energy industry knowledge and is geared at those newly entering the market as well as professionals who are looking to update and broaden their knowledge of:

  • Global energy markets and their participants
  • Energy trading products and their uses
  • Trading strategies used by professional traders in spot and derivative Energy markets
  • Market micro-structure, order routing, trade management and risk
  • Energy Market trading, market data and news services
  • Automated trading systems and algorithms

Unlike most financial markets courses that rely heavily on theory, the TTC courses are designed to be practical and completely up to date in their industry information. Such knowledge can be transferred from the classroom to the workplace seamlessly.

 

There are three 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: Global Energy Markets

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 explain how energy markets are regulated
  • 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: Energy Trading Strategies 

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
  • Introduce the technical and functional requirements for trading energy products
  • Examine the requirements for hardware, energy trading software, charting technology and risk management software

Module 3: Energy Derivatives and Alternative Investments

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
  • To examine the requirements for hardware, trading software, charting technology and risk management software

 

Contact info@tradertraining.net to learn more about our scheduled courses.

All efforts will be made to offer a fair response to cancellation of the course attendance. Course attendance can be cancelled at any time prior to the course commencing, in writing. If attendance is cancelled with over 30 days remaining before the course starts, a full refund of monies paid minus a £40 administration charge will be issued. If a cancellation request is received with between 29 and 7 days remaining before the course starts, a deduction of 10% in addition to the administration charge will be made before a refund is issued. If attendance is cancelled less than one week before the course starts, 70% of the monies paid in addition to the administration charge will be deducted before a refund is issued.
Full Payment is due 30 days before the course starts.
There are only 20 available places on the Course so contact us early for booking and course information. Contact dnorman@tradertraining.net for Course registration details.
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Duration: 11th/12th July 2019

Testimonials

"I chose to study the Finance Trading Programme (FTP) as I wanted to get a more hands-on approach on complex financial topics. During normal lectures, we don’t have the time to see whether the theories we learn are applicable to the real world, and if they are, how. The Trading Programme provides me with the practical tools that I will need in the real world to analyse the markets and based on that, take trades." - MSc Investment and Finance Student

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