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Commodity Analysis Course
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Commodities in the stock market such as copper, gold, oil, gas etc have played a significant role in the economic development of any country. There is too much fluctuation and volatility can also notice day by day in the commodities. So, there is a definite opportunity for the investors to get profits from this fluctuation. But how one should know that when to buy or sell any commodity. .
The commodity trading course by Delhi Institute of Computer Courses (DICC) will let you know how to create positions in the commodity market. This commodity trading training course by DICC will enable you to get aware about all the ins-and-outs of the commodities futures marketplace and how to initiate only profitable trades in the stock market. If you are initiating trades in commodity market on the basis of news, tips from companies or through the advice of your brooking house, you are only acting upon other’s advice and initiating only blind trades that ultimately lead to lose in the commodity market. This is the reason why most of the investors book huge losses in the stock market.
We have designed a commodity trading course on the basis of technical, derivative, fundamental, future and option platforms. We use completely scientific and logical approach to initiate trades in the stock market and that’s what we will teach you in our course. Just go through the course content below:
Detailed Syllabus of Commodity Analysis Course:
Chapter 1: Introduction to Commodity Market and Currency Market
Chapter 2: Operation of Commodity Market
Chapter 3: Fundamental Analysis – Commodity Market
Chapter 4: Technical Analysis – Commodity Market
Chapter 5: Derivative Analysis – Commodity Market
Chapter 6: Different Strategies for Commodities
Chapter 7: Risk Management for Commodity Markets
Chapter 8: Mock Trading and Case Studies