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Course on Fundamental Analysis for Students
Course on Fundamental Analysis for Investor
Course on Technical Analysis for Students
Course on Technical Analysis for Investor



Equity research is not a simple mathematic equation wherein an analyst just has to find 2 numbers and add them. In fact finding the numbers is relatively an easy task. However making sense of those numbers is the key challenge.
Difference between the opinions of two analysts is always the interpretation of the same balance sheet. Hence Equity Research is as much of an art as a science. At Equitorials we understand this fact very well and hence our batch size is limited to 20 students per batch. Smaller batch allows focused teaching approach and also allows good student-faculty interaction which lends a very important base to becoming a Research Analyst.

Total course time is 30hours that is divided into classes of 3 hours each, meaning a total of 10 classes. Classes are held once a week at a pre-decided location, while for the remaining week students are expected to keep applying the learnt concepts in the assignments given to them to get a better grip on the subject matter. The first 4 classes are a blend of theory and practice, while the remaining 6 are purely practical application-led classes. This means students learn concepts, apply them and see the results throughout the duration of the course.

Every student would be given assignments at the end of each class for practice. Students are also encouraged to take up extra assignments for practice. The faculty would provide a strong support system in this exercise by being available for guidance and giving timely feedback on the same.

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