NOTE: Our training sessions are conducted on a 1-2-1 basis (batches are not formed) as our workshops are tailor-made to your specific problem statement.
Are you a risk-taker ready to invest your funds into the volatile stock market? Are you completely ready to take on the roller coaster ride of the stock prices and the resultant profits?
Then, here is your opportunity to learn ways of analyzing the stock market and thereby taking calculated risks. Get to know the various ways used by the market experts in order to make sound investment decisions and mitigating the risk factor. Learn to see through the various market indicators using real-life case studies for better practical exposure.
This session with our industry expert shall enable you to view the stock market and all the related factors with a much wider scope!
This workshop is industry-specific as it will cover the analysis of the various stock market indices and price movements specific to the FMCG Industry thereby providing you with a better insight into the future growth prospects and expected stock market conditions in this sector.
Understanding EIC Framework, data collection from company financial statements taking real-life examples
Analysis of financial statements for stock valuation using various accounting ratios (PE Ratio, DPR, EPS, etc)
Applying fundamental analysis tools to the current market scenario using data available in the public domain
Understanding of the various charts and their implications using real-life data- Candlestick, Price-Volume Chart
Analysis of specific stock indicators- Market predictions based on various chart patterns (Double Top, Head and Shoulder, etc)
Applying Technical Analysis tools to the current market scenario using data available in the public domain
3. Case Study Based Discussion
Analysis of the stock market trends during the bear and the bull phase using various data available.
Attending this workshop will be a great learning experience for those who wish to take a step ahead in anticipating the market scenarios through a detailed and effective analysis.
NOTE: This is a two-day workshop with 4-5 hours each day.