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Introduction to Technical Analysis provides a thorough grounding in technical analysis to traders and investment managers of all asset classes who are new to the subject. This 16 classes course covers the essentials of technical analysis, whether from a purely short-term timing perspective or for longer-term analysis, and is designed to get students quickly up to speed and to a level where they can apply TA correctly and confidently in the markets they cover.

Course hour per week: 4 hours per week

What you'll learn

  • Properly Plan and Know the Max Profit and Loss in Advance 

  • Make Maximum Profit at Minimum Risk 

  • Trade any Stock with a specific strategy that suits your trading concept 

  • Use these Skills in any Stock, Index, Forex, Cryptocurrency etc 

  • Use your Existing Technical Knowledge in the Most Efficient Way and Advanced way 

  • Assignments and Quizzes to deepen your knowledge

Who Should Attend

  • Anyone who want to learn different Trading Strategies 

  • Anyone who want to go Masters in Technical Analysis 

  • Anyone who want to learn Best ways to trade in Stock Market 

  • Anyone who want better Returns for their money

  • Anyone who want to get the Ability to Save himself from Losses

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Introduction to Technical Analysis Course outline

1. Introduction To Technical Analysis

  • What is Technical Analysis? 

  • Fundamental Analysis vs Technical Analysis 

  • Application of TA in the Financial Markets

  • Technical Analysis Terms 

  • Explore the use of Free Charting Software - Chart Nexus

2. Trend lines, Support & Resistance

  • What is a Trend? 

  • Support & Resistance 

  • Characteristics of Trends 

  • Applications of Trendlines 

  • Learn How To Draw Trendlines

3. Dow Theory

  • History and background of the Dow Theory 

  • The 6 tenets of the Dow Theory 

  • How to apply the theory onto various financial markets 

  • Using the Dow theory to determine the ending of a bull or bear market.

4. Chart Patterns

  • Line, bar, candle and semi-log 

  • Using them in different markets and market conditions 

  • The major continuation and reversal patterns 

  • How to recognise them and how to project subsequent price moves 

  • Continuation and Reversal patterns which work again and again

5. Technical Indicators – Moving Averages and Oscillators

  • The different types of moving average lines

  • Which periods to use 

  • Moving average based trading techniques 

  • How to read the RSI 

  • Monitor the Trend direction using the MACD 

  • Learn to trade using the Stochastic Oscillator 

  • Using Bollinger Bands 

  • Divergence Trends

6. Candlestick Chart Patterns

  • Understanding its various candlestick chart patterns 

  • The applications of the Candlestick chart pattern

Advance Technical Analysis Course outline

1. Volume Price Analysis

  • Understanding its significance and using volume data with price

2. Fibonacci Analysis

  • Why does it work? 

  • How to measure retracements 

  • How to project objectives

3. Elliott Wave Theory

  • The history and background of the Elliott Wave Theory 

  • The 5 waves of EWT 

  • How to apply the EWT and forecast the stock price direction

4. Money Management

  • How to calculate risk and reward ratio 

  • How to set target profit and stop loss 

  • How to keep a proper recording of the transactions

5. Time Cycle Analysis

  • Examples of time cycles -

  • Using statistics to time the market -

  • Using technical indicators to time the market

6. Trading Strategies

  • Trade Frequencies 

  • Trading Personality 

  • Strategies for long term investing 

  • Strategies for short term trading 

  • Case Studies and examples

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Course Materials

The primary learning materials for this course are articles, lectures, and videos.


Assignments and coursework

All our courses are HRDCorp-certified

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