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About the Course | Batches | Eligibility | Why Equitorials
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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


This course is all about how to decide whether or not to invest in a particular stock, how to maintain a portfolio that performs better than the average markets or how to identify multi-bagger stock ideas. Course participants will learn from professionals essential techniques pertaining to:

1) Selecting right stocks for investment
2) Using class 4th education to decode company financials
3) Determining the right price to buy & sell stock.
4) Myths and Legends about stock market, with one key session on understanding simple techniques used by      legendary & successful investors like Warren Buffet, Peter Lynch, etc.

This course is completely practice-based, implying that we would be taking the participants through the detailed process of analysing a stock and deciding whether or not to add it to one’s portfolio. We would also be teaching them how to identify multi-bagger stock ideas in the things that they use or see around them daily. The key contents of the course are:
  • Basic concepts of money and stock markets
  • Company analysis
  • Financial analysis
  • Business valuation, i.e. how much is the business really worth
  • Portfolio management
  • Market realities - myths & facts, things to watch out for; avoiding pitfalls

Please note that we are in the business of teaching how to make sustainable, long term stable wealth, rather than gambling on the market. We believe that the goal of wealth creation can best be achieved through fundamental analysis and that is exactly what our course focuses on. On-the-ground research, channel checks, field visits and management interaction would form an integral part of the course.

At the end of the course, we expect our participants to know how to analyse a stock using fundamental analysis tools that will be taught to them in the class and how to manage a portfolio while avoiding the common mistakes that investors make.

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