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VISMINDIA – Institute of Financial Market provide classes for educational purpose with a view to create skilled professionals in Stock Market, Currency Market and Commodity segment.

Our students are well placed in broking houses, Research houses, as Dealers, Portfolio Managers, Wealth Advisors, Advisors, Technical and Research Analyst, Relationship Manager and are promoted earlier than their colleagues in Middle management Levels as ASMs, BDMs, RSMs.

Technical Analysis Classes

As a New Trader, We Face lot of challenges in our trading, like stock selection, Price behavior, Volume, Price action and where is entry and exit point and Main issue is how to control emotion in trading. There is only one solution of these problem, you should a very sound knowledge of Advance Technical Analysis and Charting.

We will Cover the following topics in Advance Technical Analysis
  • Asset Class
  • Candlesticks Patterns
  • Trend Analysis Indicator’s
  • Support and Resistance Method
  • Chart Pattern’s
  • Oscillators
  • Centered Oscillator’s
  • Volatility
  • Volume Analysis
  • Wave Analysis
  • Combination of Indicator’s
  • Stock Screener
  • Spider Software, Tradingview, Investing.com

Introduction

The Share Price movement is analyzed broadly with two approaches.

1.       Fundamental Approach

2        Technical Approach

Fundament Approach:

Fundamental Approach analysis share prices on the basis of economic, industry and Company Statistics. If the prices of the share are lower than its intrinsic value, an investor buy it, but if he finds the price of the share prices is higher than the intrinsic value, he sells and make a profit.

Technical Analysis:

Technical Analysis is based on the assumptions that all information that can affect the performance of a stock company fundaments, economic factors and market sentiments is reflect already in the stock prices.

 

What is Technical Analysis

In Technical Analysis, study we forecast the direction of prices through the study of patterns in historical data, price and volume.

In technical Analysis believe that market activity will generate indicators in price trends that can be used to forecast the direction and magnitude of stock price movements in future.

Why do we need Technical Analysis?

Help in Entry Points

Help to identify Support and Resistance Level

Help to find the Market / Stock Price Trend

            * Bullish Trend

            * Bearish Trend 

To know the overall sentiment of the Market

Help in Exit Point

Risk Management

Weaknesses of Technical Analysis

 

Technical Analysis based on 80% psychological and 20% logical

Chart:-

Candlestick Components

This real body represents the price range between the open and close of that day's trading. When the real body is filled in or black, it means the close was lower than the open. If the real body is empty, it means the close was higher than the open.

Candlestick Analysis

A daily candlestick charts shows the security’s open, high, low, and close price for the day. The candlestick’s wide or rectangle part is called the “real body” which shows the link between opening and closing prices.

This real body shows the price range between the open and close of that day’s trading. Candlesticks show that emotion by visually representing the size of price moves with different colors.

Support and resistance levels are important points in time where the forces of supply and demand meet. These support and resistance levels are seen by technical analysts as crucial when determining market psychology and supply and demand. When these support or resistance levels are broken, the supply and demand forces that created these levels are assumed to have moved

Trendlines

One way for an analyst to see the trend is by drawing what are called trend lines. A trend line is a straight line that connects 2 or more price points and then extends into the future to act as a line of support or resistance. Many of the principles applicable to support and resistance levels can be applied to trend lines as well.

Pivot Point

Pivots Points are price levels chartists can use to determine intraday support and resistance levels. Pivot Points use the previous days Open, High, and Low to calculate a Pivot Point for the current day. Using this Pivot Point as the base, three resistance and support levels are calculated and displayed above and below the Pivot Point.

Pattern’s:-

Head and Shoulders Pattern

  • A head and shoulders pattern is a technical indicator with a chart pattern of three peaks, where the outer two are close in height and the middle is the highest.
  • A head and shoulders pattern—considered one of the most reliable trend reversal patterns—is a chart formation that predicts a bullish-to-bearish trend reversal.
  • The neckline rests at the support or resistance lines, depending on the pattern direction.
The Characteristics of a Double Top Pattern

Before we can learn how to trade a double top, we first need to know how to identify it as a chart pattern. So, let’s look at the characteristics of the pattern using the illustration below.

Here are three different types of channels, and each should be closely studied, they all point specifically to price being in trend.

1. Up trending Channels or Rising Channel- also known as "Ascending Channels" 2. Down trending Channels or Falling Channel- also knowns as "Descending Channels" 3. Horizontal Channels or Flat Channel - defined by two horizontal lines.

All Courses

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Stock Market Basics

5 Rating

If you want to enter in any field, first thing is that you must know the basic part of it.

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Advance Technical Analysis

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Technical Analysis is based on the assumptions that all

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Advance Derivative Analysis

5 Rating

VISMINIDA, trained our students how to control emotion in stock market

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Intraday Trading

5 Rating

Fundamental Approach analysis share prices on the basis of economic, industry

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Nifty & Bank Nifty Expiry Strategies

5 Rating

Nifty, Bank Nifty, MidCP-Nifty, FinNifty in NSE and Sensex and BankEx in BSE are the most popular

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Fundamental Analysis

5 Rating

Fundamental Approach analysis share prices on the basis of economic