Technical Analysis Course : Basics Level

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Course Offerings

  • The course is meticulously structured to ensure a gradual and steady learning curve for beginners. It commences with the overview of the stock market, followed by delving deep into the basics of technical analysis. It focuses on simplifying concepts through real-world examples and providing practical tips for those using Charting and Options Analytics tools for the first time.
  • The course consists of 15 live interactive sessions, each lasting 90 minutes, inclusive of dedicated doubt-clearing sessions. This is combined with the flexibility to catch up on any missed sessions.
  • Upon successful completion of the course, certification is issued.
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What Will You Learn?

  • Introduction to Stock Market: Understanding what the stock market is, how it functions, and its role in the economy.
  • Stocks and Shares: Differentiating between stocks and shares, understanding what they represent, and their basic characteristics.
  • Investment Risks: Learning about the various risks associated with investing in the stock market, including market risk, company-specific risk, and economic risk.
  • Stock Market Participants: Identifying the different types of market participants such as investors, traders, brokers, and market makers, and understanding their roles.
  • Basic Investment Strategies: Introduction to basic investment strategies such as buy-and-hold, value investing, growth investing, and dividend investing.
  • Market Order Types: Learning about different types of market orders including market orders, limit orders, stop orders, and stop-limit orders, and when to use each.
  • Understanding Financial Statements: Introduction to reading and interpreting financial statements such as the income statement, balance sheet, and cash flow statement, to evaluate a company's financial health.
  • Market Analysis Tools: Introduction to basic market analysis tools such as technical analysis and fundamental analysis, and how they are used to make investment decisions.
  • Diversification and Portfolio Management: Understanding the importance of diversification in managing investment risk and learning basic portfolio management techniques.
  • Regulatory Environment: Introduction to key regulatory bodies such as the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and their role in overseeing the stock market.
  • Tax Implications: Basic understanding of the tax implications of investing in the stock market, including capital gains tax and dividend tax.
  • Psychology of Investing: Understanding common behavioral biases that can impact investment decisions, such as fear, greed, and herd mentality.
  • Ethical Considerations: Introduction to ethical considerations in investing, such as environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors.

Course Content

Diving into Stock Market & its Technical Jargons

Exploring different types of Markets

Understanding Elements of Derivatives

Navigating the World of Options: Types, Greeks & Moneyness

‍Exploring Option Chain Analysis, Open Interest & Put-Call Ratio ‍Introduction to Options Strategies‍ Picking up Options Analytics Tool

Quick Wrap Up & Doubt Clearing Session

Sailing through types of Charts Making grip on Charting Tool

Unveiling Dow Theory

Spotting popular Single & Multiple Candlestick Pattern

Introduction to Support & Resistance, & their Construction

Analyzing Volume & its relationship with Price

Breaking down different Indicators & Oscillators

Understanding Risk Management & Position Sizing

Learning System Building

Quick Wrap Up & Doubt Clearing Session

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