One Day Training On Technical Analysis

One Day Training on Technical Analysis

You’ll get to know the different types of chart available and how they work. And you’ll learn to identify some key chart patterns and understand their implications.

We’ll also introduce you to some of the most popular technical indicators – tools you can use to derive trading signals from market price data – and show you how to apply them.

Practical application of Elliott Wave Theory developed by Sir Ralph Nelson Elliott, according to which the prices in the stock market reflect the crowd psychology of humans which being repetitive forms patterns. These patterns being recognizable on the chart give us predictive power.

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 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 :

Mr. Rahmat Ullah
Mr. Rahmat Ullah

Mr. Rahmat Ullah has been instructing Elliott Wave Training classes for the last 3 years and still loves it with a passion.He is an Civil Engineer by training who completed his BSc. In Civil Engineering from BUET, worked in various govt. project since then. Also served at Care International for 12 years. Rahmat Ullah has often provided training on behalf of the IEB The Institute of Engineers Bangladesh) on technical and soft-skills topics. His philosophy is that everyone who invests in the DSE should research their holdings in the light of Technical Analysis and Elliot Wave specifically.

Module 1 - Theory and History
  1. Technical Analysis
  2. Advantage and limitations of technical analysis
Module 2 - Chart and its components
  1. Type of Charts
  2. Candlesticks
  3. Important Candlestick Patterns
Module 3 - Market Indicators
  1. What is Moving Average
  2. Importance of Moving Averages
  3. Types of Moving Averages
  4. Uses of Moving Averages
  5. Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD)
  6. Relative Strength Index (RSI)
  7. Money Flow Index (MFI)
  8. Stochastics (STOCH)
  9. Volume
Module 4 –
  1. How to use
  2. Why use
  3. Key features & tools of
  4. How to take advantage of
  5. How to trade with
Module 5
  1. Core concept of Elliott Wave Principle.
  2. Mode of Wave Development.
Module 6 – Question & Answer
  • Question and Answer Session

Desk Ready Skills

  • In this course you’ll find charts and illustrations demonstrating how technical analysis can highlight potential opportunities to go long or short. To give you a flavour of what to expect, here’s an extract explaining the concepts of support and resistance:
  • The lines marked 1 and 2 below each represent a support or resistance level. Which is which?
  • A. Line 1 is support, line 2 is resistance
  • B. Line 1 is resistance, line 2 is support
  • Answer is B.
  • Resistance is the ceiling that the price struggles to break through. Support is the floor where the price tends to stop declining.
  1. Core concept of Elliott Wave Principle.
  2. Mode of Wave Development.


Portfolio managers Day Traders General Investors



Apartment B# 2,

House # 13, Block # J

Road # 27, Banani,

Dhaka - 1213

Saturday 21 March 2020
10:00AM – 6:00PM

In Person

8 Hours


Cost: 1500 Taka

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