Stock Market Investing and Trading with Technical Analysis
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Stock Market Investing and Trading with Technical Analysis

Master Fibonacci, Elliott, Patterns, Moving Averages, Candlesticks, Options, Oscillators, Charts, Volume, Open Interest
3.6 (93 ratings)
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7,005 students enrolled
Last updated 12/2018
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This course includes
  • 15 hours on-demand video
  • 1 downloadable resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Learn analysing trends of any stock
  • Learn technical analysis hands-on from scratch
Requirements
  • Basic/Advanced level training/diploma in Security Analysis (preferable).
  • A PC/Laptop with a high speed Internet Connection and a modern web browser such as Chrome as the entire course is available through online only.
  • Motivation to acquire invaluable knowledge on TA and FA and their application in stock markets.
  • Basic level knowledge/understanding of the financial markets and commodities.
  • Understanding of/well-versed in English language as all course materials are in the language only.
Description

Technical Analysis is an examination technique to recognize trading opportunities in the market on the basis of activities of market’s participants. The movements of these participants can be envisioned by the preparation of a stock chart. With the passage of time, patterns are shaped within these charts and each pattern expresses a different meaning. The duty of a technical analyst is to recognize these patterns and construct an opinion. Just like any other technique, technical analysis also is based on a few assumptions. As an expert of technical analysis, one needs to trade in the market after considering all assumptions in standpoint.Well, as we already know there is nothing such as one best research methodology. In fact, all research methods have their own merits and drawbacks. It would be pointless to invest time in comparing TA and FA so as to figure out which of these is better method. Both techniques are equally efficient and thus not comparable. As a matter of fact, any wise trader would devote time on getting educated about both these techniques so as to identify superior trading and investing prospects.Technical analysis is quite often approached by market participants as a fast and easy tactic to make a huge boon in the market. In actuality, technical analysis is quite opposite to quick and easy. Sure, if approached correctly, a boon gain is possible but to get to that phase, one has to devote the required effort to acquire and learn this technique. Moreover, if one tries to take TA as a fast and easy approach to making huge money in markets then trading upheaval becomes inevitable. Whenever a trading catastrophe takes place, most certainly the blame goes to technical analysis and not on the trader’s lack of knowledge and misuse of information provided. Thus before one starts to delve deep into technical analysis, it is vital that he or she knows what can and cannot be achieved by technical analysis.

Here are a few significant points to remember in regard to Technical Analysis –

Trades – TA is most suited to find short-term trades. TA should never be used to recognize long-term investment prospects. This is because long-term investment prospects can be best recognized through fundamental analysis. Furthermore, if one are a fundamental analyst, he/she should utilize TA to regulate the entry and departure points.

Return per trade – The trades based on TA are usually of short term nature. As said earlier, one should not expect very significant returns within a matter of a few days. The trick with getting successful through TA is to recognize recurrent short-term trading prospects which can offer small and regular profits.

Holding Period – Trades that are done on the basis of technical analysis are most likely to last anywhere between a few minutes to few weeks, but not beyond that. More information on this aspect can be found on the subject on timeframes.

Risk – Traders most probably start a trade for a specific reason, though in case of a hostile movement in the stock, the trade begins to make a loss. In such situations, traders usually stick to their loss incurring trades with an expectation of recovering the loss. Recall that TA based trades are most often short-term and in case the trade does not goes as expected, remember to amend the losses and progress to find another occasion.

Who this course is for:
  • Entrepreneurs – People into their own business or aspiring to begin their own venture soon.
  • Management Students – Those pursuing MBA/PGDM/PhD in Finance or Financial management.
  • Students – Those aspirant of Management and Technical Analysis courses from reputed top-end
  • Professionals – People working as Portfolio managers, Technicians or such similar rank in any low or high level organization where financial knowledge is required and applicable in day-day business.
Course content
Expand all 122 lectures 14:48:28
+ Setting up Charting Software and Data feeder
16 lectures 01:57:52
Setting up Charting Software and Data Feeder
06:35
Configure Getbhavcopy
04:10
Color and Thickness of Lines
10:31
Overview
07:52
Overview Continue
07:01
Importing Data and Creating Database
11:10
Charts
07:03
Orientation
07:15
Exploring Indicators
07:43
Exploring Indicators Continue
06:09
Editing Quote
08:24
Bar Replay
06:25
Writing Codes
08:14
More on Code
07:04
Analysis and Scanning
08:09
Conclusion of Charting Software and Data Feeder
04:07
+ Momentum Indicator
7 lectures 52:21
Momentum Indicators
01:11
Stochastic Oscillator
10:31
Bearish Divergence
09:29
Relative Strenght Index
11:09
Relative Strenght Index Continue
06:59
MACD
08:50
Quick Rivision
04:12
+ Shortcomings of oscillators
10 lectures 01:23:05
Introduction to Shortcomings of Oscillators
02:51
Shortcomings of Oscillators
09:06
Shortcomings of Oscillators Continue
04:16
Moving Average on RSI
11:32
Stochastic with Rsi
11:07
Stochastic with MACD
06:26
Stochastic with 50Sma
08:42
Multiple Time Frame Macd with Stochastic
07:44
Dualtimeframe with RSI
11:31
Dualtimeframe with Stochastic and Closing
09:50
+ Fibonacci Numbers
11 lectures 01:16:07
Introduction to Fibonacci Numbers
04:15
Plotting Retracement
06:05
Important Retracement Levels
06:04
Fibonacci Extensions
12:00
Fibonacci Extensions Continue
03:30
Example of Reliance Energy
Processing..
Trading with Ratios
11:12
Trding with Extensions
09:49
Time Ret and Ext
10:40
Putting All Together
08:06
Conclusion to Fibonacci Numbers
04:26
+ Elliott Wave
8 lectures 01:02:20
Introduction to Elliot Wave Trading
05:35
Qualities of Wave Structure
07:47
Qualities of Wave Structure Continue
04:37
Wave Termination
09:58
Tools Needed
08:11
Which Wave to Trade
07:45
Exhaustion Level
07:05
Putting All Togather
11:22
+ Reversal Patterns
7 lectures 57:34
Reversal Patterns
06:40
Head and Shoulder
09:38
Inverse Head and Shoulder Pattern
07:31
Inverse Head and Shoulder Pattern Continue
06:50
Triple Tops and Bottoms
06:52
Double Tops and Bottoms
10:44
Measuring Technique
09:19
+ Continuation Pattern
8 lectures 01:00:12
Trend Lines act as Price Boundries
06:28
Importance of Volume
10:12
Symmetrical Triangle
07:02
Ascending Triangle
07:18
Descending Triangle
05:24
Flags and Pennants
10:44
Rectangle
06:32
Continuation Head and Shoulder Pattern
06:32
+ Volume And Open Interest
7 lectures 54:18
Valume and Open Interest
06:57
General Rules for Interpreting Volume
05:48
Volume Confirming Price Pattern
11:06
Interpretation Open Interest
08:28
Four Point of Open Interest
09:19
Blowoffs and Selling Climax
06:21
Open Interst in Options
06:19
+ Long term charts
6 lectures 45:40
Introduction to Long Term Charts
08:51
Example
08:39
GDL
08:41
Jetairways
07:41
LICHSFIN
05:10
IDBI - End
06:38