Most Valuable Trading Course - Shark Trader PRO with Advance
ADVANCED SHARK TRADER PRO - TRADING & INVESTING
This course compiles 7 different modules Basics of the stock market, Derivative analysis, technical analysis along with Advanced, fundamental analysis, and stock market Psychology and risk management. This course is 80% practical and only 20% theoretical.
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The course is geared towards swing trading and position trading primarily, as well as investing.
For Stock Lovers, Traders, Investors, and Stock Market Aficionados!
The course is geared towards swing trading and position trading primarily, as well as investing
Location: New Delhi
One-Time Fees: ₹75,555
In Installments: ₹ 79,999
- What Is Investment?
- Inflation Protection Assets
- Primary Market: IPO, ASBA, Pricing Of IPO, Book Building Process
- History of Indian Stock Market
- What is the ShareMarket? Difference between Stock Market & Share Market?
- Market Segments
- Market Products
- Key Indicators of Security Market
- Market Participants: NSE, BSE, SEBI & BROKERS
- Market Capitalization: According to Size & According To Share Holding Pattern
- Brokers and Sub Brokers
- Eligibility criteria
- Broker– Client Relations
- Trading System Users Hierarchy
- Clearing Members
- Corporate Actions: Dividends, Bonus, Split, OFS, Buy Backs
Trading in the Stock Market
- Zerodha Kite Tour
- Calculating Brokerage: Traditional Brokers Vs Discount Brokers
- Quantity Freeze & Circuit Breakers
- Order Conditions: GTC, GTD, GTT, IOC, Regular Order
- Order Types: Stop Loss order, Bracket Order, Cover Order, Trailing Stop Loss
- Price Time Priority, Order Matching, Bid-Ask Spread
- Transaction Cycle: Rolling Settlement
LIVE Trading Sessions
General Discussion on
- How the Stock Market works
- History and Evolution of the Stock Market
- Insights into what our traders use and how they think while trading
- Different Stock Exchanges: NSE& BSE
- Psychology: Control your angerand greed
- Risk management: How to reduce losses
- Portfolio Management: Manage all Portfolio risk
- Money Management
- How the companies become Publicly Traded Company
- Different Order Types
- How to short sell in down going Market
Practice & Doubt Clearing Session
A. Basics of derivatives
B. Evolution of derivatives m
C. Indian derivatives Market
D. Market participants
E. Types of derivatives market
F. Significance of derivatives
G. Various risk faced by the participants in derivatives
A. Introduction to Index
B. Significance and economic purpose
C. Types of Indices
D. Attributes of an Index and concept of impact cost
E. Index management
F. Major Indices in India
G. Applications of Index
A. Introduction to Forwards
B. Payoff Charts for Futures contract
C. Futures pricing
-Cash and carry / Non-arbitrage model for futures pricing
-Expectancy model of futures pricing
-Concept of convergence of cash and futures prices
D. Basic differences in Commodity, Equity
E. Uses of futures
-Role of different players in futures market
-Use of futures contract as an effective instrument for managing
-Strategies for hedging, speculation and arbitrage in futures market
A. Basics of options
B. Payoff Charts for Options
C. Basics of options pricing and option Greeks
Fundamentals of options pricing
Overview of Binomial and
Basics of Option Greeks
Uses of Options
A. Option spreads and their payoff charts
B. Straddle: market view and payoff charts
C. Strangle: market view and payoff charts
D. Covered Call: market view and
E. Protective Put: market view and payoff charts
F. Collar: market view and payoff charts
G. Butterfly spread: market view and payoff charts
A. Trading Systems, corporate hierarchy, order types and conditions
B. Selection criteria of Stock for trading
C. Selection criteria of Index for trading
D. Adjustments for Corporate Actions
E. Position Limits
F. Using daily newspapers to track futures and options
A. Clearing Members, their role and
B. Clearing Mechanism and computation of open positions
C. Settlement Mechanism for stock and index futures and options
D. Understanding margining and mark to market under SPAN
E. Risk Management features and position limits
A. Securities Contract (Regulation) Act, 1956
B. Securities and Exchange Board of India Act, 1992
C. Important rules and regulation
D. Regulation in clearing
E. Major recommendations
A. Accounting of Futures and Options contracts
B. Taxation of Derivative transaction in securities
A. Risk profile of the investors
-Importance of profiling clients in sales process
-Importance of KYC
-Documents required by the investors to trade in Derivatives contract
-Best practices in derivatives sales
B. Investors Grievance Mechanism
- What is Technical analysis: We discuss the scope and nature of TA and how it can be used by a trader.
- Principles of Technical Analysis. We discuss the ground principles of TA keeping Dow Theory in mind.
- Types of Charts: Line, Bar, candlesticks and other charts that are used for TA.
- Importance of Technical Analysis
- Strengths and Weaknesses
- Difference between fundamental analysis and technical analyis.
- Market Trends: We define a trend and how to identify it. Also discuss Primary, secondary and minor trends.
- Market Phases: We talk about Accumulation, Participation and Distribution.
- Dow Theory Rules: discuss the rules and explain why they need to be followed.
SUPPORT AND RESISTANCE
- Market Structure: Identification of the markets whether they are trending or rangebound.
- Chart Patterns: Identification with significant patterns within the market structure and how they can be interpreted by locating support and resistance zones.
- Double Tops and bottoms
- Head and Shoulders, straight and inverted
- Cup and Handle, straight and inverted
- Triangle, ascending and descending
- Wedge, rising and falling
- Support Equals Resistance: Explain the psychology behind S&R and why it happens.
- Trendlines: How to draw them on the charts and what it can do for a trader.
- Bullish Vs. Bearish: We explain how a candlestick is made.
- Conventional Candlestick Patterns
- Doji bullish and bearish
- Hanging Man
- Shooting Star
- Spinning tops
- Marubozu bullish and bearish
- Engulfing bullish and bearish
- Harami bullish and bearish
- Piercing bullish and bearish
- Dark Cloud Cover
- Tweezer tops and bottoms
- Morning and Evening Star
- Three white soldiers
- Three black crows
- Falling and Rising Three
- Boring Vs. Explosive Vs. Rejection Candlesticks: Simplifying the candlestick patterns.
- The Psychology behind: Preparing to use simplified candlestick patterns to understand price action.
TECHNICAL INDICATORS AND OSCILLATORS
- What are Indicators and Oscillators: Definition and how they can be used.
- Scope of Indicators and Oscillators: strengths and weaknesses and correct interpretation.
- Types of Indicators and Oscillators that will be discussed:
- Moving Averages
- Bollinger Bands
- Parabolic SAR
- Fibonacci Retracements and Extensions
- What is Price Action: We define price action and explain how it can be used for maximum profit and minimum loss.
- Candlesticks Reengineered: Using simplified candlestick patterns to find trade entries and exits.
- S&R Reengineered: Observing Support and resistance as demand and supply zones.
- Timeframes: To understand the location in terms of where the trend is by toggling through multiple timeframes. Like zooming in and out of a map.
- RISK TO REWARD: How much should a trader risk for how much profit
- Trade management: How can a trader scale their positions during a trade
- Read the charts to find possible opportunities.
- Find signal on lower time frame
- Apply entry and exit strategies
- Finding confluence with indicators
Not mentioned here- Will be discussed in the class only.
Along with Smart Money Concepts
- Market Structure
- What is the market structure in trading
- Principles of Market Structure
- Elements of Market Structure
- What is Break of Structure
- How market changes its structure
- What is liquidity
- How institutions trap retailers using liquidity
- What are liquidity pools
- a) What are order blocks
- b) How to mark an order block
- c) Types of order blocks
6) Institutions order flow
- a) The order flow trading concept
- b) What is an order flow
- c) The impact of market orders and market depth
7) Swing Structure
- a) What is swing structure
- b) How profitable it gets
- c) How to find best swing structure
- d) Roles of traders and investors in this
- a) What is POI
- b) How to find POI
- c) Rules to enter using POI
- a) What is balance and imbalance in trading
- b) When does balance market occurs
- c) Examples of balance and imbalance trading
- a) What is VCP (Volume Contraction Pattern)
- b) How to locate VCP
- c) High tight flag
- a) What is VSA (Volume Spread Analysis)
- b) How to use volume to enter in a trade
- c) How to analyse the trend and opinion of institutional traders
- a) Do perfect entry and exit exists?
- b) How to find entry
- c) How to find the best exit
- d) Entry and exit on charts
- e) How does timing impact them
13) Supply and Demand Zones
- a) What are demand and supply zones
- b) How to find these zones
- c) Distribution zones/Accumulation zones
- d) Two lines strategy
Introduction to fundamental analyis
1.1What is the fundamental analysis?
1.2 Why is fundamental analysis relevant for investing?
1.3 Efficient Market Hypothesis (EMH)
1.4 Arguments against EMH
1.5 So, does fundamental analysis work?
1.6 Steps in Fundamental Analysi
1.7Difference between technical & fundamental analysis
1.8Features & benefits of Fundamental analysis
Economy and Industry
Analysis of the Economy and the Industry
•Company Analysis •Interpretation of a company’s financial statements (Balance Sheet, P&L, Cash Flow, etc.)
•Ratio Analysis (Multiple Ratios) •Fund Flow Analysis
•Time Value of Money & Valuation of Equity •Economic Value Add (EVA)
•How to evaluate events/news and data and co-relate the data for trading in stocks, currency, and commodities
Brushing Up the Basics
- Concept of “Time value of Money”
- Interest Rates and Discount Factors
- Opportunity Cost
- Risk-free Rate
- Equity Risk
- The Beta
- Risk-Adjusted Return (Sharpe Ratio).
Understanding Financial Markets
- Where can one find financial statements?
- The Director’s Report
- The Auditor’s Report
- Financial Statements
- Balance Sheet
- Income Statement
3.7 Schedules and Notes to the Accounts
PMI, Unemployment Claims and Non Farm Employment
New Homes Sales, Building Permits and Industrial Production
PPI – Producer Price Index and CPI – Consumer Price Index
Inventory and Retail Sales
Core durable Goods Order
ADP Non Farm employment
Crude Oil Inventory
Political events (including Election Results)
Central Bank Meet (including Central Bank events)
Wars or Terrorist Attacks
India VIX effect
Controversies and Rumours
Country Rating and Debt
Insider Trading and Deals
- Oil & Gas Sector
- Telecom Sector
- Power Sector
- Banking Sector
- IT Sector
- Metal Sector
- Paint Sector
- Cement Sector
- Real Estate Sector
- Automobile Sector
- Aviation Industry
- Pharma & FMCG Sector
- Gems & Jewellery Sector
- Open Interest
- Promoters Holding
- Moving Average
- Market Cap
- Book Value
- Price to Book Value
- Profit Ratios
- Cash Flow
Cash Flow Statement
- Financial Statement Analysis and Forensic Accounting
- Comparative and Common-size Financial Statements
- Financial Ratios
- Du-Pont Analysis
- Cash Conversion Cycle
- The Satyam Case and Need for Forensic Accounting
- Understanding the Psychology of the Market
- Market Psychology Research
- How the Power of the Masses Drives the Market
- The Madness of Crowds
- Understanding Herd Behavior
- The Consequences of Following the Herd
- Going Against the Crowd and Getting Out
- What Does Herding Behavior and Mass Psychology Mean for Markets?
- How can one avoid becoming a victim of crowd madness?
You will learn how to trade the stock market in this course. It is a training for complete beginners as well as intermediate market participants. It includes the most crucial components of trading: risk and money management.
Anyone can master stock market investing, and those who truly understand the main concepts and best practices will be able to achieve their most difficult financial goals and live the life they desire. Unfortunately, many consumers do not obtain critical educational information and best practices that might be the difference between success and failure when it comes to stock investing.
THIS COMPLETE COURSE WILL TEACH YOU HOW TO BE A SUCCESSFUL STOCK INVESTOR.
The Shark Trader PRO with Advance course includes in-depth, advanced material that can help you trade with confidence and efficiency. You will gain a thorough understanding of what makes a good trading strategy, as well as how to test and improve your own.
This course contains topics at the intermediate and advanced levels. You’ll go away with a different approach to data analysis, one that isn’t solely theoretical.
Who can take this course?
• Have a thorough understanding of how the stock market operates.
• Understand the steps that a firm takes to become a publicly traded company.
• Understand the stock market’s history and evolution.
• Understand Candlestick Patterns, Chart Patterns, Volume, and Technical Indicators in Technical Analysis.
• Remove the clutter by learning what our traders use and how they think. Get expert advice from a professional trader.
• How to send orders and the many types of orders.
• Risk Management: how to control total portfolio risk and reduce losses.
• Money Management: how to control risk on each position, how many shares to acquire, and when to sell.
• How to short-sell in order to profit if the market falls.
• Become an expert on human emotions and the various biases that affect people when money is involved with trading psychology.
• Invest in the stock market with total confidence and understanding.
• Use best practices and approaches to make more informed stock selections.
• Use stock screeners, both basic and advanced, to limit your options to the best stocks for you.
• Quantitative Ratios and Qualitative Research should be used in an easy-to-understand manner. There are no computations required, and you will be informed where to get free information.
• Invest in Dividend Paying Stocks, Growth Stocks, Value Stocks, Stocks with Future Growth At A Reasonable Price (GARP), and other essential stock investment methods.
And so much more !!!
- Easy Installments
- Five certifications
- Live trading & Investing – Daily during class
- Access to Investing Books
- Paid Mock tests Included
- Free Demat account opening
- Free class retakes & Backups*
- Paid Internship
- NISM/NCFM Exam Preparation Material
- Job assistance
- Accommodation (NEW)
Basic of Stock Market
Psychology and risk Management
Who can take this course?
• Novices looking to shorten their learning curve.
• Beginner and intermediate-level traders who wish to learn more about trading.
• Individuals interested in learning the most important trading & Investing concepts.
• Traders who wish to improve their entry and exit timing.
• Examine various financial statements to see how you might use them to your benefit.
• Gain a thorough understanding of the various trades’ philosophies.
• Create your own trading and investing strategies and put them into action.
• Interpret the application of technical analysis and fundamental analysis, charts, p&l, and indicators in a variety of situations.
• Stay away from the frequent blunders that rookie traders and investors make.
• Calculate risk vs. gain by calculating support and resistance.
• Understand the psychology of investor decisions.
• Get answers to the most common questions beginners to have about stock trading and investing!
Certificates and internship letter upon completion of the course. This serves as a recommendation for future employment
Planning to appear for NSE NCFM and SEBI NISM exams? you score about 90 and we pay the exam fees.
We strive to provide you with the most up-to-date stock market knowledge from highly qualified instructors at a reasonable cost.
Opportunity to network and work with recruiters from large businesses. Along with our paid month paid internship.