Fundamental Analysis, Technical Analysis & The Trader's Mind - Jumbo - Combo Course

Fundamental Analysis, Technical Analysis & The Trader's Mind - Jumbo - Combo Course
Paid
3.1
(8)
Level: Beginner
Expires In: 270 days
Instructor: Sanjog Koirala
Nepali

Available via App and Web Both

NPR.9000.00 NPR.6250.00

The "Fundamental Analysis, Technical Analysis & The Trader's Mind - Jumbo - Combo Course" aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of the three essential pillars of successful trading: fundamental analysis, technical analysis, and the psychological aspects of trading (the trader's mind). Offered by Ideapreneur Nepal and published in Money Mitra, this course is designed for individuals interested in learning how to analyze financial markets, make informed trading decisions, and manage their emotions effectively while trading.

  1. Fundamental Analysis: This segment of the course delves into the analysis of the intrinsic value of financial assets, such as stocks, bonds, and commodities. Topics covered may include:
  • Understanding financial statements: Learning to read and interpret income statements, balance sheets, and cash flow statements of companies.
  • Evaluating key financial ratios: Analyzing metrics like price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio, earnings per share (EPS), debt-to-equity ratio, and more.
  • Assessing industry and economic trends: Identifying macroeconomic factors and industry-specific dynamics that can impact asset prices.
  • Company valuation methods: Exploring various valuation techniques like discounted cash flow (DCF) analysis, comparable company analysis, and asset-based valuation.
  1. Technical Analysis: The technical analysis portion focuses on studying historical price and volume data to forecast future price movements. Topics covered may include:
  • Chart patterns: Recognizing common patterns like head and shoulders, double tops/bottoms, and triangles.
  • Technical indicators: Understanding and using indicators such as moving averages, Relative Strength Index (RSI), Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD), etc.
  • Support and resistance: Identifying critical levels where asset prices are likely to reverse.
  • Candlestick analysis: Interpreting candlestick patterns for predicting market sentiment and price trends.
  1. The Trader's Mind: This section addresses the psychological aspects of trading and risk management:
  • Emotion management: Learning to control fear and greed, which can lead to impulsive decisions.
  • Developing a trading plan: Creating a structured approach to trading that includes entry and exit strategies, risk tolerance, and position sizing.
  • Risk management: Understanding how to protect capital and limit losses through proper risk management techniques.
  • Trading discipline: Cultivating the necessary discipline to stick to the trading plan and avoid emotional decision-making.

Course Content

154 Lectures (43.73 Hr)

Why to Invest ?

Investing Options In Nepal

Personal Financial Management Before Investing.

Simplifying Numbers for People from Non Finance Background.

Power Of Compounding.

Understanding Nepse History and Breaking Myths.

Trader and Investor Difference.

Fundamental vs Technical Analysis in Stock.

Preparing yourself for Stock Market

Primary and Secondary Market explained.

Face Value of Stock

Book Value of Stock.

Share Market Common Terms explained

Bonus Share Strategy and Dividend Process

Ciruit Breaker and Live Market terms Explained.

Nepse and Various Index Explained.

Fundamental Analysis (Top down method)

Capital Market and its Importance.

Key Economic Indicators ( GDP, Inflation)

Impact of Inflation in NEPSE.

Interest Rate and its effect in NEPSE

Fiscal Policy and Budget

Impact of Government Revenue on Capital Market.

Government Spending and NEPSE's relation.

Monetary Policy and tools

Monetary Policy and NEPSE's Relation.

Politics and NEPSE relationship

Tools of Fundamental Analysis

Balance Sheet

Income Statement and Cash Flow.
 

Ratio analysis and Types of Ratios.

EPS ( Earning Per Share )

P.E Ratio ( Price to Earning Ratio)

PEG Ratio ( Price to Earning Growth).

Book Value Per Share

P/B ratio ( Price to Book Value).

Debt to Equity Ratio.

ROE (Return on Equity)

ROA and Company Sorting based on Ratios.

Things to look in Annual Report.

Stock Valuation

Calculating Intrinsic value of stock using DCF Analysis

Margin of Safety

Calculating correct value of stock using EM method and BVPS method

Intrinsic Value of Stock.

Discounting and DC.

Calculating Intrinsic Value of Stock.

Which Companies gives Bonus or Cash ?

Which Companies gives Bonus or Cash ?

Mutual Fund and SIP

1. Why to Invest ?

2. Investing Options In Nepal

3. Personal Financial Management Before Investing.

4. Simplifying Numbers for People from Non Finance Background.

5. Power Of Compounding.

6. Understanding Nepse History and Breaking Myths.

7. Trader and Investor Difference.

8. Fundamental vs Technical Analysis in Stock.

9. Preparing yourself for Stock Market

Q&A on following lectures

10. Primary and Secondary Market explained.

11. Face Value of Stock

12. Book Value of Stock.

13. Share Market Common Terms explained

14. Bonus Share Strategy and Dividend Process

15. Ciruit Breaker and Live Market terms Explained.

16. Nepse and Various Index Explained.mo4

Questions and Answers from (pt 16 to 24) 

17. Fundamental Analysis ('Top down method).

18. Capital Market and its Importance.

19. Key Economic Indicators ( GDP, Inflation)

20. Impact of Inflation in NEPSE.

21. Interest Rate and its effect in NEPSE

22. Fiscal Policy and Budget,

23. Impact of Government Revenue on Capital Market.

24. Government Spending and NEPSE's relation.

Questions and Answers from (pt.25 to 27)

25. Monetary Policy and tools mo4

26. Monetary Policy and NEPSE's Relation.

27. Politics and NEPSE realtionship

Questions and Answers from (pt.25 to 27)

25. Monetary Policy and tools mo4

26. Monetary Policy and NEPSE's Relation.

27. Politics and NEPSE realtionship

Question and Answers from Pt(28 to 30)

28. Tools of Fundamental Analvsis.mo4

29. Balance Sheet

30. Income Statement and Cash Flow.

Questions and Answers from Pt.(31 to 39)

31, Ratio analysis and Typos of Ratios.

32. EPS ( Earning Per Share ),

33. P.E Ratio ( Price to Earning Ratio).

34. PEG Ratio ( Price to Earning Growth).

35. Book Value Per Share

36. P/B ratio ( Price to Book Value).

37. Debt to Equity Ratio.

38. ROE (Return on Equity)

39. ROA and Company Sorting based on Ratios.

Questions and Answers from Pt.(40 - 43)

40. Things to look in Annual Report.

41. Intrinsic Value of Stock.

42. Discounting and DC.

43. Calculating Intrinsic Value of Stock.

Questions and Answers from Pt.(44 - 45)

44. Which Companies gives Bonus or Cash ?

45. Mutual Fund and SIP

This section goes through the basics of the stock market, as well as the misconceptions that surround it and how one should habitually and systematically prepare for the stock market. In this chapter we dive deep into understanding Share market, its fundamentals, myths surrounding the market and     how one should prepare themselves for the sharemarket in habit and discipline.

This chapter gives an understanding of the difference between fundamental and technical analysis, also who should we be depending on our own background and resource a trader or an investor. Also, we dive deep into understanding why does the stock price change in an economy.

This section aims to breakdown the term of NEPSE, learn how the index and other indices are calculated in the share market along with the fee charging structure of the regulatory bodies. 

 

 

 

In this section, we go through the terms of the most often used terminologies in the stock market, as well as bonus, book closing dates, and market timings. 

 

Technical analysis methods are used to examine how variations in price, volume, and implied volatility are affected by supply and demand for securities. It is based on the concept that, when combined with proper trading rules, historical trading activity and price fluctuations of a security, it can give useful indications of the security's future price movements. Price and volume the pillars of technical analysis is discussed in this chapter , Types of Prices, golden rules of technical analysis is covered comprehensively.

 

Some indicators are primarily concerned with identifying the current market trend, such as support and resistance zones, while others are concerned with assessing the strength of a trend and its chances of continuance. Trendlines, channels, moving averages, and momentum indicators are examples of technical indicators and charting patterns commonly utilized.

 

 

 

 

Trading chart displays information that can help you decide when to enter and exit a position. There are many kinds of trading charts which will be discussed in this section.

This section aims in making you understand the different types of charts and explains how they are created in response to market price swings.

 

The support level is a price point on the chart where the trader expects maximum demand (in terms of buying) coming into the stock/index. Whenever the price falls to the support line, it is likely to bounce back. The support level is always below the current market price.

You will learn learn to draw the support area and understand how you should trade on support area also referred as demand area in this section.

The resistance level is a price point on the chart where traders expect maximum supply (in terms of selling) for the stock/index. The resistance level is always above the current market price. The likelihood of the price rising to the resistance level, consolidating, absorbing all the supply, and declining is high.

In this section, you will learn to draw the resistance area and understand how you should trade on resistance area also called as supply area.

A breakout is a price movement of a stock beyond an identified level of resistance or support, which is usually followed by heavy volumes and an increased amount of volatility. Traders buy the stocks when the price breaks above a certain price level of resistance or ceiling.

In this section, you will learn to trade breakout, identify false breakout and how to take trading positions. You’ll get to understand the importance of volume on a breakout trade as well in this section.

Trendlines are immediately visible lines drawn on charts by traders to connect a sequence of prices or to illustrate the best fit of data. The resultant line is then utilized to provide the trader a decent sense of which way an investment's value could move in the future.

In this section, you will learn to identify trend, how to draw a trend-line and understand how to trade or take position following the trend. Also, you will understand the concept of primary, secondary and near trend line.

Candlestick charts are used by traders to determine possible price movement based on past patterns. Candlesticks are useful when trading as they show four price points (open, close, high, and low) throughout the period of time the trader specifies.

In this section, you’ll be introduced to various types of candlesticks and its meaning to understand the story behind the candlestick of a particular time frame.

Candlestick charts are used by traders to determine possible price movement based on past patterns. Candlesticks are useful when trading as they show four price points (open, close, high, and low) throughout the period of time the trader specifies.

In this section, you’ll be introduced to various types of candlesticks and its meaning to understand the story behind the candlestick of a particular time frame.

 

 

 

A Simple Moving Average is a technical indicator that investors and traders use to determine the trend direction of securities. Exponential Moving Average (EMA) is similar to Simple Moving Average (SMA), measuring trend direction over a period of time. However, whereas SMA simply calculates an average of price data, EMA applies more weight to data that is more current. Because of its unique calculation, EMA will follow prices more closely than a corresponding SMA.

After the completion of this section, you’ll be able to understand how are moving averages (SMA and EMA) are calculated and how you can use it to give an upper edge to your trading decisions. This chapter helps us understand indicators and how we can use them to confirm our decisions. Exponential Moving average is one of the lagging indicator used by traders and investors which is widely used and effective.

The relative strength index (RSI) is a momentum indicator used in technical analysis that calculates the size of recent price fluctuations to determine if a stock or other asset is overbought or oversold. The RSI is shown as an oscillator (a line graph that fluctuates between two extremes), with a range of 0 to 100.

After the completion of this section, you’ll understand taking position based on RSI. RSI alone should never to be used as a standalone indicator while making decision.

Moving average convergence divergence (MACD) is a trend-following momentum indicator that depicts the connection between two security's price moving averages. By subtracting the 26-period EMA from the 12-period EMA, the MACD is computed.

After the completion of this section, you’ll be able to use it as well as use it properly alongside RSI for further confirmation while making trading decisions.

Whenever there is a sharp move in the stock price either upward or downward, it usually has a high possibility of pullback before continuing in the direction of the main trend. Fibonacci indicator has its application in the Stock market and can be applied when you are expecting a correction after a sharp up move or a down move.

You’ll learn to identify major halts or probable bounce back levels after a decline or advance as the case may be after the completion of this course. These Fibonacci retracement levels create a good opportunity for the traders to make new positions in the direction of the trend.

The Heikin-Ashi technique is a Japanese candlestick-based technical trading tool that uses candlestick charts to represent and visualize market price data. It is used to identify market trend signals and forecast price movements. The Heikin-Ashi method uses average price data that helps to filter out market noise.

This course aims in making you understand the Heikin-Ashi approach that can be used in conjunction with candlestick charts to identify market patterns and forecast future prices. It is also helpful for making candlestick charts more understandable and analyzing patterns simpler.

The trading volume of a financial asset is a measure of how much it has traded over a period of time. The number of shares traded is how volume is measured in equities. The volume of a stock is determined by the number of share units that have changed hands. Volume is used by traders to gauge liquidity, and variations in volume are used with technical indicators to make trading choices.

After the completion of this section, you’ll be able to analyze volume and use it to have an upper edge in your trading decisions.

Bollinger Bands is a technical analysis for trading stocks. The bands comprise a volatility indicator that measures the relative high or low of a security’s price in relation to previous trades. Volatility is measured using standard deviation, which changes with increases or decreases in volatility. The bands widen when there is a price increase, and narrow when there is a price decrease. 

After the completion of this course, you will learn how to calculate the Bollinger Band and how to use it as further confirmation in your trading bias.

 

 

 

Pivot points refer to technical indicators used by day traders to identify potential support and resistance price levels in a securities market. They are based on the previous day’s high, low, and closing prices. Traders use pivot points and the support and resistance levels they provide to determine potential entry, exit, and stop-loss prices for trades.

After the completion of this section, you’ll be able to understand how it is calculated and how to use pivot point in trading.

Patterns are the distinctive formations created by the movements of security prices on a chart and are the foundation of technical analysis. A pattern is identified by a line that connects common price points, such as closing prices or highs or lows, during a specific period of time. Technical analysts and chartists seek to identify patterns as a way to anticipate the future direction of a security’s price.

After the completion of this course, you will learn how to plot out numerous patterns and how to use it as further confirmation in your trading bias.

 

 

 

 

SuperTrend is a technical indicator that allows you to identify trends and provides you with both buy and sell signals. It usually alternates between two colors: green or red, indicating whether the trend is tilted to the upside or downside respectively.

After the completion of this course, you will learn how supertrend actually works and how to use it as further confirmation in your trading bias.

A stop-loss is a tool used by traders and investors to limit losses and reduce risk exposure. The traders in NEPSE cannot put automatic stop loss orders through TMS. Hence, you’ll learn how to execute stop loss in our market in this section. By using a stop-loss, a trader limits his risk in the trade to a set amount in the event that the market moves against him.

After the completion of this course, you will learn why stop-loss are must, how to determine a stop loss order and how it prevents your wealth from further deducting.

Stochastic RSI (StochRSI) is a technical analysis indicator used to support stock market prediction by comparing a security’s price range and closing price. StochRSI fulfills a unique role in that it concentrates on market momentum and succeeds at providing readings for overbought and oversold market conditions. StochRSI is different from other technical indicators such as the Relative Strength Index (RSI) in that it moves faster from price overbought to oversold than RSI.

After the completion of this course, you will learn how StochRSI actually works and how to use it as further confirmation in your trading bias.

Q&A of this chapter during our online class

Q&A of this chapter during our online class

 

 

 

 

Q&A of this chapter during our online class


Q&A of this chapter during our online class

 

 

 

Q&A of this chapter during our online class

Q&A of this chapter during our online class

Q&A of this chapter during our online class

Q&A of this chapter during our online class

Q&A of this chapter during our online class

 

Q&A of this chapter during our online class

Q&A of this chapter during our online class

Introduction To Trading Psychology

Importance of Mindset in trading success

Psychological Challenges Faced by Traders

Introduction to the Subconscious Mind

The Loss-Aversion Effect

Impact of Emotions on Trading Decisions

Demonstration of Emotional Havoc in Trading

Techniques for Emotional Regulation in Trading

Understanding Emotional Intelligence

Anchoring Bias, Herding Behavior, Availability Bias

Understanding Drawdowns

Understanding Market Manipulation

Trading Plan and it's constituents

Recency Bias, Gambler's fallacy and Hindsight Bias

Questions and Answers

Understanding Risk Management

Position Sizing

Trailing Stop-Loss

Risk Management Strategies for Investing

The Endowment Effect, Regret Aversion Bias and Self-Attribution Bias

Questions and Answers

Entry Conditioning

Entry Conditioning Demonstration

Exit Conditioning

Considerations for Entries and Exits

Intra Trade Psychology

Consistency vs Accuracy

Trading Discipline

Trading Plan Development - Clear Trading Goals

Trading Plan Development - Risk Management

Trading Plan Demonstration - Trading Strategy

Trading Plan Demonstration - Trading Time Frame

Trading Plan Demonstration - Trade Execution

Trading Plan Demonstration - Trade Psychology

Trading Plan Demonstration - Continuous Learning

Cultural Bias, Rationalization Bias and Optimism Bias

Cultivating Discipline

Cultivating Consistency and Law Of Attraction (LOA)

Affirmations and Visualizations for Trading

The Dunning Kruger Effect

Questions and Answers

RRR - Accuracy Matrix

The Framing Effect, The Sunk Cost Fallacy and The Social Proof Bias

Questions and Answers

Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP)

Techniques of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP)

Binaural Beats

Introduction to Backtesting

Backtesting Demonstration

Questions and Answers

Introduction to Trade Journal

Trade Journal Demonstration

Journal Reviewing

Questions and Answers

Questions and Answers of the whole session

Recommended Books

Upcoming Days

Mastering Technical Analysis

Introduction to the Smart Money Concepts

Suggestions from the Tutor

The Art of War

Sanjog Koirala

Instructor

What our students think about this course.

3.1
8 reviews
Om Subedi -
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Om Subedi -
training ko summary banayeko vaye ramro hune thiyo exp. most important in fundamental EPS - quarter to quarter growth good PE-quarter to quarter less
Om Subedi -
training ko summary banayeko vaye ramro hune thiyo exp. most important in fundamental EPS - quarter to quarter growth good PE-quarter to quarter less
Narayan Shrestha -
bonus share ko lagi maile pay garnu chha ki chhaina bhane herna ,mero share-my transaction history-filter by date vaisakepachhi kasari bujne ki yesma maile pay garnu parchha bhanera.tyaha k k chha k k
Sushma Kapali -
The total duration mention in the package does not match the actual course. There are so many classes and topics repeated over and over again. Mostly youtube mai easily available huncha 80% ta . Course chai Did not find worth it Price anusar ko package. I THOUGHT, IT WILL BE BEYOND THOSE. Need to level up the package coz, price ekdam high vayo.
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so many classes and topics repeated over and over again. The Video is not mobile friendly,
Bhanubhakta Nachhiring -
jumbo combo course limelight chahi aru kurako pani nischit samaya samma charge nalidie hunethyo
Rupesh Saud -
website nai english ma rahexa, news dekhi sabai bujhnalai ali time lagne
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