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Course Curriculum

Investing Module

- Duration of Mentorship program : 9 months.
- More than 88 Hours of Live Zoom Online Learning & Support Sessions.
- More than 14 Hours of Recorded Videos to watch & Learn at your on convenience.

- Hand Holding Support for complete 9 Months
- WhatsApp support.
- Telephonic support.
- Desktop sharing for doubt clearing.
- Zoom Live Support Session every Friday to clear doubts, discuss new trends, Stock Ideas & much more.

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  • Introduction to foundational concepts of technical analysis. Dow Theory principles. Application of Dow Theory.
  1. Line Chart:

    • Represents the closing prices of a security over a specific time period.
    • Provides a simple visual representation of overall price trends.
  2. Bar Chart:

    • Displays the high, low, open, and close prices for a given time period using vertical bars.
    • Each bar provides information about the price range and direction of the security.
  3. Candlestick Chart:

    • Similar to a bar chart but uses candlestick shapes to represent the open, high, low, and close prices.
    • Offers a more visual representation of price movements and is widely used in technical analysis.
  1. Doji:

    • Signifies indecision in the market, with an open and close nearly equal.
    • A doji can suggest a potential reversal or continuation depending on its location in the trend.
  2. Hammer and Hanging Man:

    • Hammer occurs during a downtrend, with a small body and long lower shadow, signaling potential bullish reversal.
    • Hanging Man is similar but appears during an uptrend, signaling potential bearish reversal.
  3. Engulfing Patterns:

    • Bullish Engulfing: A small bearish candle is followed by a larger bullish candle, indicating potential upward reversal.
    • Bearish Engulfing: A small bullish candle is followed by a larger bearish candle, signaling potential downward reversal.
  4. Morning Star and Evening Star:

    • Morning Star: Consists of three candles - a bearish candle, a small doji or spinning top, and a bullish candle, indicating a potential bullish reversal.
    • Evening Star: The opposite pattern, signaling a potential bearish reversal.
  5. Dark Cloud Cover and Piercing Line:

    • Dark Cloud Cover: A bearish reversal pattern where a bullish candle is followed by a bearish candle that opens above the previous close.
    • Piercing Line: A bullish reversal pattern with a bearish candle followed by a bullish candle that opens below the previous close.
  6. Shooting Star and Inverted Hammer:

    • Shooting Star: Appears during an uptrend, with a small body and a long upper shadow, signaling potential bearish reversal.
    • Inverted Hammer: Similar but occurs during a downtrend, signaling potential bullish reversal.
  7. Three Inside Up and Three Inside Down:

    • Three Inside Up: A bullish reversal pattern with three candles - a bearish candle, a small bullish candle inside the previous one, and a larger bullish candle.
    • Three Inside Down: The opposite pattern, signaling a potential bearish reversal.
  8. Double Top and Double Bottom:

    • Double Top: A bearish reversal pattern formed by two peaks at approximately the same price level.
    • Double Bottom: A bullish reversal pattern with two troughs at approximately the same price level.
  1. Head and Shoulders:

    • A reversal pattern with three peaks – a higher peak (head) between two lower peaks (shoulders).
    • Indicates a potential trend reversal from bullish to bearish or vice versa.
  2. Double Top and Double Bottom:

    • Double Top: Forms after an uptrend with two peaks at approximately the same price level, suggesting a potential trend reversal to the downside.
    • Double Bottom: Forms after a downtrend with two troughs at approximately the same price level, signaling a potential trend reversal to the upside.
  3. Symmetrical Triangle:

    • Characterized by converging trendlines, forming a triangle shape.
    • Indicates a period of consolidation before a potential breakout in either direction.
  4. Ascending Triangle:

    • A bullish continuation pattern with a flat upper trendline and a rising lower trendline.
    • Suggests an eventual upward breakout.
  5. Descending Triangle:

    • A bearish continuation pattern with a flat lower trendline and a descending upper trendline.
    • Suggests an eventual downward breakout.
  6. Flag and Pennant:

    • Flag: A rectangular-shaped continuation pattern that forms after a strong price movement, signaling a brief consolidation before a potential continuation in the existing trend.
    • Pennant: Similar to a flag but forms a small symmetrical triangle, indicating a short-term consolidation before a potential continuation.
  7. Cup and Handle:

    • Cup: Forms a rounded bottom, indicating a gradual shift from a downtrend to an uptrend.
    • Handle: Follows the cup and represents a short consolidation before a potential upward breakout.
  8. Wedge Patterns:

    • Rising Wedge: A bearish pattern with converging trendlines slanting upward.
    • Falling Wedge: A bullish pattern with converging trendlines slanting downward.
    • Suggests potential trend reversals when the price breaks out of the wedge.
  • Introduction to Zig-Zag Technique.

  • Key Components of Zig-Zag.

  • Identifying Turning Points.

  • Confirmation of Trend Direction.

  • Potential Reversals.

  • Integration with Other Tools.

  • Practical Application and Case Studies.

    • Introduction to Moving Averages:

      • Definition: Moving averages are statistical calculations used to analyze data points by creating a series of averages to identify trends.
      • Purpose: Smoothing out price data to create a trend-following indicator.
    • Trend Identification:

      • Uptrend: Prices above the moving average may indicate an upward trend.
      • Downtrend: Prices below the moving average may indicate a downward trend.
      • Crossovers: Golden Cross (bullish) and Death Cross (bearish) events signal potential trend reversals.
    • Moving Averages as Support and Resistance:

      • Support: Moving averages may act as support levels during price declines.
      • Resistance: Moving averages may act as resistance levels during price increases.
    • Risk Management:

      • Stop-loss Placement: Using moving averages to set stop-loss levels based on trend reversals.

  • Introduction to Support and Resistance:

  • Characteristics of Support:

  • Characteristics of Resistance:

  • Identifying Support and Resistance Levels:

  • Practical Application and Case Studies:

  • Introduction to Trend Lines.

  • Basic Steps for Drawing a Trend Line.

  • Types of Trend Lines.

  • Validation and Confirmation.

  • Tools for Drawing Trend Lines.

  • Practical Exercises.

  • Tips for Effective Trend Line Usage.

  • Case Studies:- Real-Life Examples.

    • Introduction to Trading and Investing Psychology

    • Key Psychological Factors

    • Emotional Biases in Trading

    • Risk Management and Fear of Loss

    • Patience and Discipline

    • Psychology of Trend Following

    • Managing Stress and Emotional Impact

    • Practical Exercises and Case Studies

  • Introduction to Risk Management

  • Elements of Risk Management

  • Position Sizing Strategies

  • Setting Stop-Loss Levels

  • Risk-Reward Ratio

  • Psychological Aspects of Risk Management

  • Backtesting

    • Introduction to Multi-Time Frame Trend Analysis

    • Key Time Frames

    • Benefits of Multi-Time Frame Analysis

    • Process of Multi-Time Frame Analysis

    • Introduction to ADX and DMI Indicators

    • Customization of ADX and DMI

    • Role of ADX in Trend Strength

    • DMI Components and Trend Direction

    • Introduction to RSI (Relative Strength Index)

      Understanding Divergence

    • Bullish Divergence Bearish Divergence

    • Identifying Divergence with RSI

    • Introduction to Technical Screeners All time high Screeners

    • 52 Week high Screeners Momentem Screeners Ready Made Screeners

    • Introduction to Fundamental Screeners

    • Key Fundamental Metrics

    • Criteria for Stock Selection

    • Sector and Industry Analysis

    • Customization of Screening Parameters

    • Ready made Fundamental Screeners

    • Introduction to Trade Management Entry Points

    • Exit Points

    • Stop Loss

    • Risk Management Principles

    • Introduction to Trailing Stop Loss

    • Setting Up Trailing Stop Loss

    • Key Components and Parameters

    • Advantages of Trailing Stop Loss

    • Risk Management Strategies

    • Monitoring and Adjustments

    • Introduction to Pyramiding

    • Key Concepts in Pyramiding

    • Pyramiding Strategies

    • Risk Control Techniques

    • Psychological Aspects of Pyramiding

    • Introduction to Portfolio Hedging

    • Key Components of Portfolio Hedging

    • Types of Portfolio Hedging Strategies

    • Risk Assessment and Measurement

    Registration Closed now.