Have the words “STOCK EXCHANGE or STOCK MARKET’’ put you in a state of confusion in your life? It feels like excitement and confusion flowing at the same time. Most of the people who ever wanted to enter the stock market world have been there and have wished they understood the stock market like the back of the hand yet it seems like an alien world to them. Stock investing seems to be one of the easier ways out, especially for today’s generation, which wants to make BIG (get on top of the money game) instead of making tiny. Let’s pop the bubble. It depends on your goal to invest in stocks whether you aim for long-term or short-term gains. It’s a common sight to watch people’s money roll in and then play a large game.
While the stock market is undoubtedly the greatest place in the world to invest your money, it has a strange longstanding history as well, there is no denying that. It is one of the most interesting things you can ever do as an individual is to learn about investing in the stock exchange, something you will appreciate for many years to come. Well, today we will walk you through important Stock Market topics that you can learn in the Advanced Stock Market course at the Chalaang to kickstart your career. Let’s start!
The Stock Market Course at The Chalaang
Certification in Stock Market for beginners is a carefully designed stock market basics course to enable aspirants to follow their passion and become professional traders. This course gives fundamental insights into financial jargon like Trading, Equities, IPOs, Financial Planning, and Technical Analysis of the stock market. In mentor-led live sessions, the course aims to equip the aspirants with essential stock market theoretical and practical know-how so that they can apply these skills in researching multi-baggers, proper entry and exit time of the stock, and all branches of equity markets for wealth creation. The topics covered are:
- Before Investment
- Investors Psychology
Foundation Of Equity Market
- Advantages being a Share Holders – Dividend / Bonus Shares / Right Shares
- Advantage of Value Appreciation
- Other Corporate Actions
- Trading System – Types of Orders/ all types of trading methods
- Intraday / Delivery Trading
- Classification of Companies
Introduction To Fundamental Analysis
- Company analysis
- Ratio analysis
- Factors affecting on Economy as well as Share Market
Introduction To Technical Analysis
- Types of Charts
- Candle Sticks
- Trend Reversal Patterns
- Introduction to Indicators
Introduction To The Derivative Market
Introduction To Commodity Market
Introduction To Currency Market
Introduction To Mutual Funds
WHY SHOULD YOU CHOOSE THE STOCK MARKET AS A CAREER?
Isn’t that a great question? When you live in India, you have many other options for investment, then why invest in something that’s risky and frankly, not everyone’s cup of tea? India is a country where people believe more in saving than investing. Most people have no clue how to invest wisely. In my opinion, it’s those who know how to do it right that are the ones making money from their investments. Have you ever heard of millionaires who became wealthy by investing in savings accounts? Patience and a clear goal are key components of investing.
A career in the stock market provides a higher degree of flexibility as compared to another job. It enables us to plan and build a career at our own pace by being our own boss. One can earn decent money from the financial markets by becoming a researcher, trainer, or financial advisor. A SEBI registered Investment Advisor or SEBI registered Research Analyst is also an option.
Colin Powell once said, “A dream doesn’t become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination, and hard work”.
In reality, stock market investing takes place in a harsh, hazardous, and complicated world. You may, however, overcome this world if you have the correct information and skill set. BSE Ltd., NSE of India Ltd., Calcutta Stock Exchange Ltd., Indian Commodity Exchange Limited, Metropolitan Stock Exchange of India Ltd., Multi Commodity Exchange of India Ltd., National Commodity & Derivatives Exchange Ltd., and NSE IFSC Ltd. are the eight active exchanges in India.
The last tip is not to invest in stocks without any experience or knowledge. It will be a great loss for you. Then you will blame yourself for even doing so. As a price of good returns, the stock market requires discipline, a plan, and consistency. Understanding is the first step to investing. That should never be ignored.
Make some smart choices when it comes to finances — enroll in the Advanced Stock Market course at the Chalaang today!