Technical Analysis Courses

Certified Technical Analyst


Technical analysis has become increasingly popular over the past several years, as more and more investors, traders believe that the historic performance of a stock is a strong indication of future performance. The use of past performance should come as no astonishment as the markets are known to move as per anticipated trends and patterns. These trends continue until something happens to change the trend, and until this change transpires, price levels are foreseen.

Technical Analysis not only helps you recognize the profit target but also aware you of risk involved in the trade.

We teach the secrets of prosperous traders, we teach unique ideas to trade in Intraday, Swing trade, Short term delivery, Futures & Options, this course is different from regular technical analysis because Our studies are based on Logic & easy mathematical formulas, and are used by countless successful traders, Brokers, and Fund Managers.


    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?
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    • 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 patternn
    • 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:
    • Head & Shoulder
    • Inverted Head & Shoulder
    • Double top / bottom
    • Flag & Pennant
    • Symmetrical, Ascending, Descending Triangles
    • Wedge Patterns
    • Rounding top / bottom
    • Cup & Handle
    • Rectangles Bullish / Bearish
    • Triple top / bottom

    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


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


  • 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


  • 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



  • Bankers
  • Dealers, Sub-brokers, Relationship Managers, Asst. Relationship Managers, Professional, Stock Broker, Investment Consultants, Portfolio Managers, Fund Managers, Wealth Managers, Treasury Managers, Researchers, etc.
  • Traders & Investors
  • Those who want to persevere the career as Analyst


  • NIWS Technical Analysis Certification
  • NCFM Technical Analysis Certification (Preparation)
  • Become a certified Technical Analyst
  • Assistance in getting a job as Technical Analyst or Research Analyst


The candidate should be Minimum 10+2(HSC)

The candidate should be Minimum graduate for NCFM Certification and to get a job as an Analyst

Start with a demonstration class.