Diploma in research analyst

diploma in research analyst

COURSE INFO

“Master the science of foretelling the Market”

“NIWS Certified Diploma in Research analyst” program is accredited analyst program to become an equity or commodity research analyst, the analyst in the aforementioned field can interpret any four markets of India or the world with the understanding of technical and fundamentals of the corporation. Along with knowledge of technical and requisite functional knowledge, this program also prepares for SEBI course NISM Series XV exam and supports to get the certificate. Technical Analysis is a method of evaluating securities by relying on the hypothesis that market data, such as diagrams of price, volume, and open interest, can help foretell prospect (usually short-term) market trends. It presents you with the tools for maintaining a trading position, it's about engendering tips & tricks for intra-day trading by using technical analysis. It grants you intensive training on how securities, the price of equities, commodities etc. perform and analyses the prior behaviour models of the markets and how to exploit that data to make capital while avoiding losses. Unlike Fundamental Analysis, the intrinsic value of the security is not contemplated. Technical Analysts consider that they can precisely predict the future worth of a stock by studying at its traditional prices and other trading variables. Technical analysis has turned increasingly prevalent over the past various years, as more and more people believe that the well-known performance of a stock is a strong suggestion for future performance. The effectiveness of past performance should befall as no surprise as the markets are perceived to move as per anticipated trends and patterns. These trends continue until something arises to change the trend, and until this change transpires, price levels are foreseen. Fundamental analysis is a technique of appraising a security or asset by endeavouring to measure its intrinsic value by considering related budgetary, financial and other qualitative and quantitative factors. Fundamental analysts strive to study everything that can affect the security’s assessment, including macroeconomic determinants (like the overall economy and industry stipulations) and individually specific constituents. Research analyst NISM series XV certification examination is made mandatory be the governor and regulator of securities market – SEBI for research department in broking organizations, research corporations, and other financial businesses. Any person who wants to be an analyst and wants to give his predictions to the public ought to certified from SEBI.

DETAIL CURRICULAM

    Module 1: Technical Analysis

    Introduction To Technical Analysis

  • What is technical analysis?
  • The basis of technical analysis
  • Difference between technical vs fundamental analysis
  • Game Theory by Dr. John Nash
  • Psychology of Human Behaviour in Trading & Investments
  • Risk Management, Rules and Tools for Trading
    • Type of Charts

    • Introduction about chart
    • The various types of price charts
      • Line chart
      • Bar chart
      • Candlestick chart
      • Kagi chart

    Trend lines

  • What is the purpose of drawing trend lines?
  • How to plot trend lines

    Candlestick study

  • One candlestick pattern?
    • Doji
    • Hammer / Hanging Man
    • Inverted Hammer / Shooting Star
    • Spinning Top
    • Marubozu
    • Double candlestick pattern
      • Bullish /Bearish Engulf
      • Bullish /Bearish Harami
      • Piercing pattern /Dark cloud cover
      • Tweezer Top & Bottom
    • Triple candlestick pattern
      • Morning star /Evening star
      • Three white shoulders / Three black crows
      • Abandoned body (Bullish & Bearish)
      • Tasuki Gap (Bullish & Bearish)
    • Five candlestick pattern
      • Rising three methods & falling three methods

    Support & Resistance

  • What is Support?
  • What is Resistance?
  • Change of support to resistance and vice versa

    Charts patterns and their study

  • Four stages: Accumulation, Mark-up, Distribution and Panic liquidation
  • Chart patterns:

    Gaps & Gaps Analysis

  • Types of Gaps:
    • Common gap
    • Breakaway gap
    • Runaway gap
    • Exhaustion gap
    • Island cluster

    Oscillators & indicators

  • What does a technical indicator offer?
  • Why use indicators?
  • Types of indicators:
    • Leading indicator
    • Lagging indicator

    Moving averages

  • Simple moving average (SMA)
  • Exponential moving average (EMA)
  • How to trade on moving averages

    MACD

  • What is the MACD and how is it calculated?
  • How to trade on MACD

    RSI

  • What is momentum?
  • Calculation of the RSI
  • Divergence
  • How to trade on RSI

    On Balance Volume

  • Overview
  • Calculation of OBV
  • How to trade on OBV

    Stochastic

  • Overview
  • Construction
  • How to trade on stochastic

    William %R

  • Overview
  • Signals
  • How to trade on William %R

    Bollinger bands

  • Few rules for beginners
  • How to trade on bb
  • How to use multiple indicator

    Money Flow Index

  • Overview
  • How to trade on MFI

    Trading strategy

    Fibonacci Sequence

  • How to trade on Fibonacci retracement
  • How to trade on Fibonacci extension

    The Dow Theory

  • Background
  • Principal rule of the Dow theory

    Elliot Waves theory

  • Elliot wave basics
  • How to trade on Elliot waves

    Module 2: Fundamental Analysis ( Focus on Data, Event & News Analysis )

  • Introduction of Fundamental Analysis
    • What is Fundamental & Technical Analysis?
    • Difference between technical & fundamental analysis
    • Features & benefits of Fundamental analysis
    • Top Down Approach in Fundamental Analysis
      • Economic Analysis
      • Industry Analysis
      • Company analysis
    • Economic Analysis
    • GLOBAL & DOMESTIC RESEARCH (EVENTS)

      • Political events (Election Results)
      • Central Bank Meet (Central Bank events)
      • Government Budget
      • Monsoon
      • OPEC Meeting
      • War or Terrorist Attack
    • OTHER EVENTS
      • Rating agencies
      • India VIX
      • Scandal
      • Insider Activity
      • Country Debt
    • ECONOMIC DATA ANALYSIS
      • Inventory
      • Retail Sales
      • Consumer Confidence
      • CPI – Consumer Price Index
      • PPI – Producer Price Index
      • Core durable Goods Order
      • New Homes Sales
      • Building Permits
      • ADP Non Farm employment
      • Non Farm Employment
      • Unemployment Claims
      • PMI
      • Industrial Production
      • GDP Gross Domestic Production
      • Trade Balance
      • Crude Oil Inventory

      CURRENCY ANALYSIS

      CORRELATION OF EVENTS

    • Industry Analysis
    • SECTOR ANALYSIS (SECTOR SELECTION)

      • Oil & Gas Sector
      • Aviation Sector
      • Paint Sector
      • I.T. Sector
      • Metal Sector
      • Pharma & FMCG Sector
      • Jems & Jewellery Sector
      • Banking Sector
      • Automobile Sector
      • Real Estate Sector
      • Cement Sector
      • Telecom Sector
      • Power Sector
    • Script Selection
    • Company Analysis (Valuation)
      • Cash Flow
      • EPS
      • P/E
      • Book Value
      • Price to Book Value
      • EBITDA
      • Profit Ratios
      • Dividend
      • Market Cap
      • DEBT
      • Management
      • Promoters Holding
      • Volume
      • Open Interest
      • Beta
      • Moving Average

      Module 3: NCFM Certification – (Options Strategies Certification Module)

    • Introduction to Terminologies of Options Pricing of Options – Call Option & Put Options Introduction to Greeks Hedging and Arbitrage with options
      • OPTIONS PAYOFFS
      • Payoff profile of buyer of asset: Long asset
      • Payoff profile for seller of asset: Short asset
      • Payoff profile for buyer of call options: Long call
      • Payoff profile for writer (seller) of call options: Short call
      • Payoff profile for buyer of put options: Long put
      • Payoff profile for writer (seller) of put options: Short put
    • STRATEGIES (How to use in different Market Condition with Probability)
      • LONG CALL
      • SHORT CALL
      • LONG PUT
      • SHORT PUT
      • SYNTHETIC LONG CALL
      • COVERED CALL
      • LONG COMBO
      • PROTECTIVE CALL
      • COVERED PUT
      • LONG STRADDLE
      • SHORT STRADDLE
      • LONG STRANGLE
      • SHORT STRANGLE
      • COLLAR
      • STRIP
      • STRAP
      • 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
    • How to read and interpret Open Interest of Futures and Options for Trend Identification
    • Put/Call Parity
    • Introduction to VIX and Probability Distribution Function

      Module 4: NISM Certification – (Research Analyst Certification Module)

    • Overview of Indian Financial Market
    • Top Down and Bottom Up approach to Fundamental Research Analysis
    • Micro and Macro Economic Analysis(Monetary and Fiscal Policy, GDP, Inflation and various variables)
    • Impact of Globalization, Liberalization, PESTLE Analysis and Foreign Policy
    • Company Analysis – Qualitative dimensions
    • Company Analysis – Quantitative dimensions
    • Valualtion Models, Ratio Analysis, Risk and Return Methods
    • How to write a good Research Report
    • Mock Test Series for NISM Exam Preparation

CAREER OPPORTUNITY

    WHO SHOULD DO THIS COURSE?

  • Students, Professional, Retired/Civil Personnel, Housewives.
  • Dealers, Sub-brokers, Relationship Managers, Asst. Relationship Managers, Professional, Stock Broker, Investment Consultants, Portfolio Managers, Fund Managers, WealthManagers, Treasury Managers, Researchers, etc.
  • Traders & Investors
  • Those who aspire to pursue a career in the financial market

    WHAT YOU WILL GET?

  • NIWS Certified Diploma in Research Analyst (Autonomous)
  • NCFM Technical Analysis Certification
  • NCFM Technical Analysis Certification
  • NCFM Fundamental Analysis Certification
  • NISM Research Analyst NISM Series XV Certification

ELIGIBILITY

The candidate should be Minimum graduate to get a job as an Alalyst

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