Everyday, no matter where we go, we tend to see people who are constantly checking their phones for stock market updates, people who are continuously in touch with their brokers or colleagues talking about various financial terms, ratios which they are tracking to know if their investments are doing well. You would be surprised to know that these are not complex financial terms or techniques that need years of training. There are two basic methods that are used to track and analyse stocks – Fundamental Analysis and Technical Analysis and these can be learnt over a period of time.
BSE Institute Limited (BIL) is a subsidiary of the world’s fastest and the largest stock exchange, the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE). BIL offers a 3 week course on Fundamental and Technical Analysis. BIL was founded to provide insights into the unique functions of the Financial World and the BFSI sector. BIL aims to be a centre of learning and to promote an open learning environment that brings together people, cultures and ideas from around the world, changing lives and helping transform organizations through innovative learning programs. Through its learning programs, BIL develops responsible, thoughtful leaders and entrepreneurs who create value for their organizations and their communities.
BIL courses have won multiple awards and media citations for the industry specific curriculum that imparts relevant skills to the students. BIL courses have global recognition, thus allowing students to participate in international student exchange programs.
The course will be taught by Mr Shanin Thomas, an investment banker who is currently the Managing Partner at Analyse Wise Investment Advisors. Mr Thomas has worked with J P Morgan at its New York and Mumbai investment banking divisions. He has also been one of the four people who work at Billionaire tech mogul Michael Dell’s family office.
The course curriculum consists of Introduction to Fundamental Analysis, Analysing the Competitive Structure of an Industry, Company Analysis and Ratio Analysis, Understanding Business Economics, Qualitative Analysis of a Business, Introduction to Business Valuation, Absolute Valuation: Discounted Cash Flow, Absolute Valuation: Residual Income Method & Asset Based Valuation, Relative Valuation, Real World Case Studies, Conceptual understanding of Technical Analysis, Components of Technical Analysis, In-depth Market Trend Analysis & Interpretation of Chart Patterns, Application of Moving Averages, MACD, RSI, Indicators for prompt Buy/Sell Decision making, Entry, Exit and Holding in various Market conditions for appropriate decision making, Steps to apply Technical Analysis in Capital Markets and Practical exposure to Technical Analysis tools.
The course will be taught as a webinar for 2 hours a day over a period of 20 days. The course is most suitable for Individuals, Stock brokers, sub-brokers, investment consultants, portfolio managers, Financial Analyst and management students. Click here for more info.