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Fundamental Analysis Course

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Fundamental analysis course designed by Delhi Institute of Computer Courses (DICC) will enable the students to evaluate a security that measure the intrinsic value of shares by examining the various economic, political, financial and other qualitative and quantitative factors. Our course will complete the study of everything including different micro and macro economic factors.

This particular Fundamental analysis training is sufficient for stocks, commodity and also for Forex Market Traders. You can apply the same fundamental factors for stocks, commodities and forex market as well. .

Detailed Syllabus of Fundamental Analysis Course:

Chapter 1:  Basics of Fundamental Analysis

  • Introduction to Fundamental Analysis
  • Importance of Fundamental Analysis
  • Difference between Technical and Fundamental Analysis
  • Overview to Market Cycle Model
  • Business and Financial Cycles
  • Understanding the Efficient Market Theory

Chapter 2:  Economic and Financial Analysis

  • Different Phases in an Economy
  • Boom Phases
  • Recession Phases
  • Depression Phases
  • Recovery Phases

Chapter 3: Political and Economic Analysis

  • Taxation Policies
  • Inflation and Deflation
  • Economic policies of Govt.
  • Budget Deficit
  • Savings and Deployment
  • Infrastructure

Chapter 4: Sector and Industry Analysis

  • Industrial v/s Economical Analysis
  • Cycles
  • Competitive Analysis
  • Selection

Chapter 5: Analysis of Companies

  • Annual Report of Directors, Auditors and Financial Statement
  • Different Sources of Funds
  • Balance Sheet
  • Fixed Assets and Current Assets
  • Current Liabilities
  • Depreciation
  • Dividends
  • Interest and Finance Charges
  • Contingent Liabilities

Chapter 6: Ratio Analysis and Explanation

  • Earnings and Dividends per share
  • Profitability
  • Leverage
  • Different type of Margins of Shares
  • Market Value Analysis
  • Liquidity Analysis
  • cash flow Analysis

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