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Stock Market Training in Delhi 

Delhi Institute of Computer courses (DICC) offers several stock market or share trading courses as per the requirement of the students. We do have share trading courses varies from 1 month to 6 months. We also conduct classes on fast track and you can also attend the batches on Saturday or Sunday. We are 7 days working institute and provide professional stock market training. Our well versed faculty design the stock market courses in such a way that one can easily understand the market methodology and tactics. We will provide you training during the live market hours and let you train on ODIN software practically. We will tell you about the fundamental of markets to the technical analysis of market.
 

We are one of the famous share market training institutes in Delhi. We have trained so many students in the field of stock market so far and we are continue to gain positive reviews from all our enrolled students. This course provide strength to investors, portfolio managers and business persons. Stock market course by DICC is ideal for Delhi Police officials, Airforce and navy officials, students with financial background, housewives and for those who are looking to make most of their savings.

Detailed Syllabus of Share Market Course:

Introduction to Technical Analysis

  • Meaning of Technical Analysis
  • Major Factor behind technical analysis
  • Advantages of Technical Analysis
  • Difference between Fundamental and Technical Analysis
  • Career and scope in Technical Analysis

History Behind Technical Analysis

  • Role of Technical Analysis in Live Market.
  • History of Technical Analysis

Types of Charts

  • Bar chart
  • Line chart
  • Point & figure chart
  • Candlesticks Patterns

Implementing Chart and Candlestick Patterns

  • Support & Resistance levels
  • Trends
  • Moving Average
  • P Gaps
  • Volume

 

Trend analysis

  • Trends
  • Direction
  • Duration
  • Trend lines
  • Channel lines
  • Breakout trend lines: rules of confirmation

Oscillators

  • Definition

  • Role
  • Relationship with Underlying Instrument
  • In-gear
  • Bullish divergence
  • Bearish divergence
  • Types
  • Momentum
  • Rate of Change
  • Relative Strength Index
  • Stochastic
  • Larry Williams %R
  • MACD
  • Moving Average Oscillator

Moving averages

  • Definition
  • Benefits
  • Types
  • Number of moving averages
  • Duration
  • Double crossover
  • Japanese crosses
  • Triple crossovers
  • Envelope model
  • Bollinger Bands

Technical theories

  • Dow Theory Theories
  • Elliott Wave Principles
  • Fibonacci Sequence
  • Gann Analysis
  • Cycle Analysis

 

SENTIMENTAL INDICATORS

  • Put/Call ratio
  • Bull/bear Indicators
  • Insider activity
  • CBOE Volatility index
  • VIX

Ratio Analysis

  • Percentages: Dow, Fibonacci and Gann
  • Fans
  • Arcs
  • Retracements vs. Extensions

Chart formations

Trend reversal formations

  • Head and Shoulders
  • Double Tops and Double Bottoms
  • Triple Tops and Triple Bottoms
  • V-tops (spikes)
  • Rounded Tops and Rounded Bottoms (saucers)

Trend continuation formation

  • Flags
  • Pennant
  • Triangles
  • Wedges

Specialty indicators

  • Directional Movement Index
  • On-balance Volume
  • Parabolic (SAR)
  • Intraday momentum indicator

STOP LOSS

  • What is stop loss
  • How to set stop loss
  • Stop loss through SAR parabolic
  • Stop loss through ATR indicator
  • Why interest rate affect the market

  • Relationship between Interest rate change & stock Price change
  • Interest Rate Risk on market

Volume and open interest

  • Volume & open interest With Support & résistance
  • Using open interest to find bull & bear signal

Intermarket Technical Analysis

  • Inter market relation using Technical concepts
  • Inter market Analysis –Gold, crude, silver, DJIA, Nifty, Dollar, International Market

Technical analysis indicators

  • Relative strength index
  • Rate of change index (ROC)
  • Stochastic (%K D)
  • Larry William %R
  • Moving average convergence & divergence (MACD)
  • MACD Histogram
  • Bollinger ban
  • Real time computer presentation

 

Course Duration: 120 Hrs (2 Months)

Course Fee: Rs. 15,000/-

Address:
4TH FLOOR, CHABRA COMPLEX, VEER SAVARKAR BLOCK, NEAR NIRMAN VIHAR METRO STATION, DELHI - 110092.

Contact Number:
Ovais Mirza: 9210640422
Nasir Mirza: 9999959129

Timings: 10AM - 7PM

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  • Testimonials

    "DICC is a great place to learn professional courses in practical environment."

                                               By: Anant Mishra

    "It is one of the best institute in Delhi providing training on Live Projects"

                                               By: Nawal Joshi

     

  • Basic Question and Answers in Stock Market

  • Question: What is Stock Exchange?

    Answer: Stock Exchange is platform where buyers and sellers meet together and made transactions in stocks or shares. In this environment, trading may be physical or through virtual environment as well.


    Question: What is Electronic or Internet Trading?

    Answer: Electronic or trading through Internet has changed the past system of physical trading. Now, after the introduction of Internet brokers or even normal individuals can trade from their homes or offices using fully automated screen. The workstations are connected to stock exchange computers through satellite. The orders generated through individual’s computer reach to the stock exchange’s computer & are matched electronically. .


    Question: How many Stock Exchanges in India?

    Answer: There are two leading stock exchanges for India i.e. Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) and National Stock Exchange (NSE) where screen based trading system (SBTS) facility is available. There are other 28 regional exchanges as well which are connected through Inter connected stock exchange (ICSE). It is BSE and NSE that allows nationwide trading and provides a platform to all other regional exchanges.


    Question: What is an Index?

    Answer: Technically speaking an index is used to measure the market ups and downs, and it is intended for investors who are associated with general share market price movements. In general language, an index is group of stocks that have large liquidity and market capitalization. Every stock in the market has some weightage in the index which is equal to its market capitalization. At NSE level, the market capitalization mostly depends on the Nifty (which is a collection of top 50 stocks). In a similar manner, for BSE the index is consists of top 30 selected stocks.


    Question: How can we execute an order?

    Answer: Firstly, you should opt for broker of your choice and sign the agreement with him by filling up the client registration form. Now, you are ready to place the orders for different stocks. Don’t forget to collect the confirmation slip on the day the trade is executed and also ask him about the contract note at the end of the trade date.


    Question: Why there is requirement of Broker?

    Answer: As per the rules and regulations of Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), only the registered members can execute the trades in share market and one can only trade by signing a deal through a registered broker of a recognized stock exchange or through sub-brokers registered by SEBI.


    Question: What is a contract note?

    Answer: A contract note is a type of document where one can find the rate, time and date at which the trade was executed. In this document one can also find the brokerage rate as well. A client can receive the contract note within 24 hours after the trade was executed.


    Question: What is a book-closure/record date?

    Answer: Book closure & record date helps to understand the different shareholders of a particular company on a given date. Book closure means the announcement of closing of register of the names of investors in the records of the company. The book closure dates is being announced by different companies from time to time.


    Question: What is short selling?

    Answer: Short selling is one of the legitimate trading techniques where the buyer sells the shares that he/she does not own.


    Question: What is an auction?

    Answer: An auction take place against those securities that an individual fail to deliver during pay-in. Auction usually take place during short deliveries, bad deliveries or un-rectified company objections.


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