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Stock Business Course

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Delhi Institute of Computer courses (DICC) offers stock business course that will equip the students with share market basics to technical analysis, derivative analysis and also Option Analysis. Stock business course is of two month duration and specifically design to train the students and traders in an appropriate way. Our course will cover all the basic and advance techniques of stock market such as future and option trading techniques, live trading on ODIN etc.

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We Designed Stock Business Course which is the combination of Derivative Analysis + Technical Analysis + Option Analysis.  This course is ideal for those who would like to make investments in the market and want to get healthy returns from the market every month. We will assure you that you can easily make 10% to 15% every month if you follow the strategies prescribed by our stock market experts.

 

Stock Business Course

MODULE – 1
Derivative Analysis
Meaning of Derivative analysis: In financial markets, derivative analysis is an ultra-modern technique used by the traders to study and predict the market future on behalf of majority of trader’s perspective.   It is therefore through derivative analysis; we can study the market sentiments of the traders, overall trader’s majority and their participant strength.  In short, derivative analysis has the ability to predict the majority of the traders whether maximum build-up of the trade-position is on the long or short side.  In our course we will cover up all the practical and theoretical aspects of derivative analysis as mentioned below:
COURSE CONTENTS AND HIGHLIGHTS
PART-1 – INTRODUCTION

  • Introduction to derivatives
  • Understanding interest rates and stock indices
  • Futures Contracts: Mechanism and Pricing
  • Application of futures contracts
  • Options Contracts: Mechanism and Application
  • Pricing of Options Contracts and Greek letters
  • Settlement of FNO
  • Margning system

PART – 2 – ANALYSIS OF DERIVATIVE CONTRACTS

  • Intro to Derivative Analysis
  • Open Interest and Price relation
  • Most Active Contracts
  • Most Active: Calls and Puts
  • PCR Put Call Ratio
  • Highest in Premium
  • Practical Exposure and Live Projects

MODULE – 2
Technical Analysis
Concept of Technical Analysis

Technical analysis is a method of evaluating securities by analyzing the statistics generated by market activity, such as past prices, volume and open positions or contracts. Technical analysts do not attempt to measure a security’s intrinsic value or fundamental value, but instead use charts and other tools like oscillators, overlays and patterns like chart patterns or candlestick patterns to identify trend and overall direction that can suggest future activity.
Complete Syllabus of Technical Analysis
Chapter 1:  Meaning, Significance and scope of Technical Analysis
Chapter 2: Basic Assumption and Challenges to Technical Analysis
Chapter 3 :  Classification and Organization of Technical Tools and Techniques
 
a) Overlays:  BOLLINGER BANDS, ICHIMOKU CLOUDS, KELTNER CHANNELS, MOVING AVERAGES, PARABOLIC SAR, PIVOT POINTS, PRICE CHANNELS, VOLUME BY PRICE
    
b)  Indicators: price based indicators, average directional index (adx), commodity channel index (cci), moving average convergence divergence (macd), momentum indicators, average true range (atr), detrended price oscillator, macd/ histogram, william % r, trix, aroon indicator, b.volume based indicators, on balance volume (obv), chaikin money flow, accumulation and distribution line, c.market breadth indicators, arms index trin, advance decline line, advance decline volume line, bulllish% line, high-low index, % above sma, put call ratio, volatility indices
    
c) Oscillators : chaikin oscillators, percentage price oscillator, percentage volume oscillator, rate of change (roc), relative strength oscillator, stochastic oscillator, stochastic rsi, ultimate oscillator, support and resistance levels for intraday ,short term and long term, trend line concepts – support and resistance trend line, gap up and gap down concepts

Chapter 4: GAP-up— GAP-Down Openings

Chapter 5 : Japanese Candlesticks and their Patterns

Chapter 6: Types of Charts and their Patterns: candlestick charts, bar charts, line charts, point and figure charts, division of charts on behalf of time horizon, ntraday charts- one minute to sixty minutes charts, daily charts for short term analysis, weekly and monthly charts for longer time period

Chapter 7 Advance Concepts of Technical Analysis:  FIBONACCI RETRACEMENTS AND ARCS

Chapter 8: Stock Market Theories:  Overview of DOW THEORY,  ELLIOT WAVES AND  GANN THEORY

Chapter 9: List of Stock Market Calculators: PIVOT POINT CALCULATOR/FIBONACCI CALCULATOR/CAMARILLA POINTS/ELLIOT CALCULATOR/GANN CALCULATOR

MODULE – 3
Option Analysis

Unit-1 Introduction To Options/options Terminology
Unit-2 Options Contracts: Mechanism And Application
Unit-3 Pricing Of Options Contracts Greek Letters
Unit-4 Options Trading Strategies

  • Long Call/short Call/long Put/short Put
  • Synthetic Long Call [married Put]
  • Covered Call
  • Long Combo
  • Protective Call
  • Covered Put
  • Long Strangle
  • Long Straddle
  • Short Strangle
  • Collar
  • Bull Call Spread Strategy
  • Bull Put Spread Strategy
  • Bear Call Spread Strategy
  • Bear Put Spread Strategy
  • Long Call Butterfly
  • Short Call Butterfly
  • Long Call Condor
  • Shaort Call Condor
  • Covered Combination Construction
  • Stock Repair Strategy

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