Technical Analysis Training Course - Basic

Fundamentals of Technical Analysis

A fundamental but complete training program that will give you an edge to trade in the Dhaka and Chittagong Stock Exchanges.

We organized this same training session in the Dhaka Stock Exchange Ltd. Participants of this course were highly satisfied with our curriculum and presentation.

Companion Course:

Course Instructor :

Khan Muhammad Kawser Ahmed
Khan Muhammad Kawser Ahmed

Khan Muhammad Kawser Ahmed (EEE, BUET) is an active investor in stock market from the year 2007. From 2010 to 2013, he successfully trained people on stock investing and Forex trading via his training institute InvestoPower. Then in 2014, he founded SOFTEKO, a software and content producer company. Under this brand, he is running ExcelDemy.com where he publishes Excel tutorials and templates on Finance, Stock, Data Analysis, etc. He is working on a web application that will hugely benefit the stock traders of Bangladesh.

You can call him a fusion trader. At first, he thoroughly checks out the Macro Economic Indicators, then he chooses the best Fundamental Stocks from the market based on a screener (an Excel Template he uses personally), but for entry he uses Technical Analysis.

He believes in if you cannot make money from the Stock Market, you’re not eligible to teach anyone stock trading. So, he dares to teach as he made and can make money from the stock market.

Course Instructor :

Ponkaz Nandy
Ponkaz Nandy

Ponkaz Nandy is an experienced technical analyst working for several international financial company in past 8 years from 2011. He spent most of his hours in analyzing the market and learning the never-ending process in technical analysis. Mostly he is a price action trader. He analyze the market chart with market context.

CMT (Chartered Market Technician) in Progress.

CURRICULUM WHAT YOU'LL LEARN WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS
Module 1
1.1 Technical Analysis Platform
  • Market data and data analytical software
  • Basic charting style: Line Chart, Bar Chart, Candlestick Chart
  • Basic guidelines for chart reading
  • Trend Line and philosophy behind drawing Trend Line
  • Chart Patterns and sentiment behind the patterns; Head & shoulder, Inverse head & shoulder, Double tops & bottoms, Triangles, Rectangles, Flags, Pennants, Cup & Handle, etc.
1.2 Introduction to Candlestick and Chart Patterns
  • Introduction to Market Analysis
  • Assumption of Technical Analysis
  • Integration of Technical Analysis and Fundamental Analysis
  • Integration of Technical Analysis and Fundamental Analysis
  • General norms of price buildup and correction towards the Value Level
  • How the Value Level can be determined?
  • What is Trend and how Trend develops
  • Polarity Principle and Support and Resistance Level
  • Understanding market behavior and Dow Theory
Module 2
2.1 Technical Indicators
  • "What, Why and How" – about the Technical Indicators
  • Understanding Multiple Time Frame for Trend Analysis
  • Indicators for Identifying the Trend Reversal. Example: RSI, Stochastic
  • Indicators for Identifying Trading Activities. Example: Volume Trends, OBV, etc
  • Behavioral Shift of Technical Indicators in a Major Bull and in a Major Bear Market
  • Indicators for Tracking the Economy & Monitory Move
2.2 Geometrical Display in Technical Analysis
  • Application of Fibonacci Ratios in Technical Analysis
  • Fibonacci Retracement, Projection or Extension and Fibonacci Time Series Analysis
  • Importance of 45 Degree in Time vs Price Relation. Example: Point & Figure Chart
  • Application of Gann Fan and Andrews Pitchfork
Module 3
3.1 Trading System
  • Importance of Trading Philosophy or Trading Policy Statement
  • Trading System and Design Remarks
  • Uses of Trading Bands in Developing a Trading System
  • Bollinger Band System
  • Donchian Channel for a Trend Following System
3.2 Practical Demonstration of Trading System
  • Charting Software.
  • Practical Demonstration of Building a Technical Trading Setup
  • Evolution of “Technical Trading to Algorithm Based Trading” (Global Perspective)
  • Automated Exchange vs Electronic Exchange. (DSE and CSE Perspective)
  • Integration of OMS and DSE API; the Next Generation Trading Mechanism
Module 4
4.1 Broad Market Analysis
  • What is Market Breadth?
  • Indicators for market Breadth Analysis
  • Asset Allocation Based on Market Breadth Analysis
  • Active Market vs Liquidity Premium dilemma
4.2 Risk Terminologies & Risk Management
  • Behavior of a Long-only Market
  • Trading Risk Vs Investment Risk
  • Addressing Risk - in Stock Picking level
  • Addressing Risk - in Asset Allocation level
  • Determining Position Size for a certain level of Risk
  • Protective Stop
  • Trailing Stops
  • Value at Risk (Historical Simulation Method)
  • Effectiveness of technical analysis for DSE stocks
4.3 Concluding Ceremony & Certification

Desk Ready Skills

  • Understand trends, different types charts and how to use those in trading.
  • Utilize different classic patterns and technical indicators to earn profit.
  • Discussion on assumptions of technical analysis, trends, trend-lines, charts and gap analysis.
  • Discussions on usage of most popular technical indicators

RECOMMENDED FOR:

Portfolio Managers Day Traders Chartered Accountants Branch Managers General Investors

Contact

AMARSTOCK LIMITED

Novel House

Level - 5

Somtam Chinese Restaurant Building

137, Shantinagar C/A

Dhaka - 1217

SCHEDULE
28 September 2019
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
05 October 2019
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

In Person

12 Hours

Bangla

Introductory
Cost: ৳ 8500

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Registration Process

Step 01: For online registration Click here.
Step 02: Deposit the training fee to Account No. 0201020006247 at Any Branch of One Bank Ltd. favoring AmarStock Limited.

Or

bKash to this Number: 01977688522 (Personal)
Step 03: Submit the scanned copy of the Bank deposit slip on the Registration Form to ensure your participation.

Or

Visit our office for registration.

Seat will be confirmed after payment. For registration or information please call

01792125651

Payment Policies and Procedures

Payment is to be made by last date of registration. If you cannot attend any program for which you have paid, a notification within no less than 2 business days prior to your session’s start is required for courtesy transfer to use in any future Training program. If you fail to attend without notifying us in writing, in fairness to all attendees, neither a refund nor a courtesy transfer will be issued.

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