Diploma in Financial Market

Methodology: Online, Classroom and Blended
(Online + Classroom) Mode
Start Date: Every First And Third Week Of Month
Weekend / Weekday Option Available
NISM series l, VA, VII, VIII, XA, XB,
XV + NCFM certifications included

Course Name: Diploma in Financial Market

Fees: RS. 60000 + Taxes

Duration: 4 Months + 2 Months Internship

Course Content

Basic Course

  • What Is Investment?
  • Inflation Protection Assets
  • What are Different Assets classes?
  • Basic knowledge of capital market (Primary Market & secondary Market)
  • Major Market Participants
  • Major exchanges and indices
  • Legal Framework and regulations
  • Trading and Trading Membership
  • Clearing and Settlement Process
  • Free Float & Total Market Capitalization
  • Who are Brokers and Sub Brokers?
  • How to select a broker?
  • How a broker does works?
  • Different Corporate Actions and how it affects the stock price
  • Calculating Brokerage
  • Quantity Freeze
  • Circuit Breakers
  • Order Types and Condition
  • By Time and By Price Priority
  • Transaction Cycle
  • Practical training of market operations on live trading platforms
  • Understanding Commodity Market
  • Live Trading in Commodities- MCX and NCDEX
  • International commodity Vs Domestic Commodity
  • Different Segments of Commodity Market
  • Economic data releases & Commodity impact
  • USD & Commodity Relationship
  • Economic and Political Causes and its effects
  • Practical training of market operations on live trading platforms
  • Currency Derivative and its History
  • Forward, Future and Options of currency derivative
  • Trading, clearing, settlement & Risk Management of currency futures
  • Different Strategy Use for Currency Derivative Trading
  • Practical training of market operations on live trading

Technical Analysis Course

  • What is technical analysis?
  • Basics of technical analysis
  • Difference between technical vs. fundamental analysis
  • Assumptions of Technical Analysis
  • Advantages of Technical Analysis
  • Limitations of Technical Analysis
  • Dow Theory
  • Principles of Dow Theory and its applicability
  • Line chart
  • Bar chart
  • Candlestick chart
  • Heikin-Ashi Chart
  • Kagi chart
  • Point & Figure chart
  • Understand What are Trends?
  • Four stages: Accumulation, Markup, Distribution and Panic liquidation
  • Conditions to Take Entry and Exit in Uptrend
  • Conditions to Take Entry and Exit in Downtrend
  • How to plot trend lines?
  • Creating Buy and Sell positions using Trendlines
  • Breakout of Trendlines
  • What is Support?
  • What is Resistance?
  • Role Reversal- Support to resistance and vice versa
  • Charts patterns and their study
  • Four stages: Accumulation, Markup, Distribution and Panic liquidation
  • Doji
  • Hammer / Hanging Man
  • Inverted Hammer / Shooting Star
  • Spinning Top
  • Marubozu
  • Bullish /Bearish Engulf
  • Bullish /Bearish Harami
  • Piercing pattern /Dark cloud cover
  • Tweezer Top & Bottom
  • Morning star /Evening star
  • Three white shoulders / Three black crows
  • Abandoned body (Bullish & Bearish)
  • Tasuki Gap (Bullish & Bearish)
  • Rising three methods & falling three methods
  • Head & Shoulder
  • Inverted Head & Shoulder
  • Double top/bottom
  • Flag & Pennant
  • Symmetrical, Ascending, Descending Triangles
  • Wedge Patterns
  • Rounding top/bottom
  • Cup & Handle
  • Rectangles Bullish / Bearish
  • Triple top/bottom
  • Enter and Exit Levels using these chart patterns
  • Common gap
  • Breakaway gap
  • Runaway gap
  • Exhaustion gap
  • Island cluster
  • What does a technical indicator offer?
  • Why use indicators?
  • Types of indicators
    • Leading indicator
    • Lagging indicator
  • Simple moving average
  • Exponential moving average
  • How to trade on moving averages
  • What is the MACD and how is it calculated?
  • How to trade on MACD
  • What is momentum?
  • Calculation of the RSI
  • How to trade RSI Divergence
  • How to trade on RSI
  • Overview
  • Calculation of On Balance Volume
  • How to trade on On Balance Volume
  • Overview
  • Construction
  • How to trade on stochastic
  • How to trade Stochastic Divergence
  • Introduction to Money flow index (MFI)
  • How to use MFI
  • Introduction to Average True Range (ATR)
  • How to use ATR for finding volatility
  • Introduction to Average DirectionalMovement (ADX)
  • Calculation of ADX Indicator
  • How to use ADX Indicator to avoid false market breakout
  • Introduction to Bollinger Band
  • How to use Bollinger Band
  • Introduction to Parabolic Saar
  • How to use parabolic Saar for trailing stop loss
  • Overview
  • Signals
  • How to trade on William %R
  • How it is similar to stochastic indicator
  • Introduction to Elliot wave theory
  • Elliot Wave Rules
  • How to use Elliot Waves in trading
  • Introduction to Volume Analysis
  • Use of Volume as confirmation signal for Bullish and Bearish trends
  • Interpretation of Volume Candle
  • Open Interest analysis
  • Fibonacci sequence
  • How to trade on Fibonacci retracement?
  • How to trade on the Fibonacci extension?
  • Learn to control emotions while trading
  • Develop Trading Mindset
  • Avoid Common Mistakes Traders Do
  • Learn to Utilize your Capital with proper Risk Management Strategies
  • Risk management and Money management
  • Day/Intraday Trading setup
  • Swing/Positional Trading setup
  • Time-Period Analysis

Derivative Analysis Course

  • Basics of Derivatives
  • Background of derivatives markets
  • Products in Derivatives Markets
  • Forward contracts
  • Futures contracts
  • Options
  • Swaps
  • Market Participants
  • Introduction to Index, applications of index
  • Futures Terminology; Terms used in Futures Markets
  • Introduction to open Interest
  • Major Limitations of Forwards
  • Future Contract and its Features
  • Naked and Calendar Spread Positions
  • Pay-off Future Contract
  • Price Risk in Index Futures
  • Hedging- Using Futures
  • What is Beta?
  • Hedging using Beta
  • Portfolio construction and its hedging using beta
  • Systematic and Unsystematic Risk
  • Understanding Open Interest
  • Interpretation of Open Interest
  • Open Interest as confirming Indicators
  • Types of Positions in Derivatives
  • Pay off Charts in long and short positions
  • Understanding the basics of options
  • Options Terminologies: Terms used in Options Markets
  • Composition of Options Premium: Various components of options premium
  • Intrinsic Value and Time Value
  • Payoff Profile of Buyer: Long asset
  • Payoff Profile of Seller: Short asset
  • Payoff Profile for Buyer of Call Options: Long Call
  • Payoff Profile for Writer (Seller) of Call Options: Short Call
  • Payoff Profile for Buyer of Put Options: Long Put
  • Payoff Profile for Writer (Seller) of Put Options: Short Put
  • Profit and Loss potential for buyers and sellers
  • Characteristics of options buyer and seller
  • Understanding In the money, out of the money and at the money options
  • Types of Positions in options markets
  • Detailed analysis of options chain
  • How options chain is useful in identifying the market trend and levels of expiry in the market
  • Construction of Bull call spread
  • Construction of Bull put spread
  • Construction of bear call spread
  • Construction of bear put spread
  • High volatility strategies/low volatility strategies
  • Construction of straddle strategy
  • Construction of Strangle Strategy
  • Covered Call for bearish view
  • Protective put for bullish view
  • Construction of butterfly strategy
  • Construction of condor strategy
  • Construction of Collar strategy
  • Construction of Calendar spread
  • Options Delta
  • Options Gamma
  • Options Theta
  • Options Vega
  • Options Rho
  • Live Trading
  • Open Interest Analysis
  • Max Pain Theory

Fundamental Analysis Course

  • What is fundamental analysis?
  • Why is fundamental analysis relevant for investing?
  • Difference between Fundamental analysis and Technical analysis
  • Concept of “Time value of Money”
  • Economic Analysis
    • Micro and Macro factors
  • Industry Analysis
    • Sector analysis
  • Company analysis
    • SWOT analysis
    • Corporate earrings and other News analysis
  • Script Selection
  • Where can one find financial statements?
  • The Director’s Report
  • The Auditor’s Report
  • Financial Statements
  • Balance Sheet
  • Income Statement
  • Schedules and Notes to the Accounts
  • Cash Flow Statement
  • Financial Statement Analysis and Forensic Accounting
  • Comparative and Common-size Financial Statements
  • Financial Ratios

Currency/Forex Market

  • History of foreign exchange markets
  • Major currency pairs
  • Overview of international currency markets
  • Basics and Peculiarities of currency markets in India
  • Settlement or value date
  • Over-the-Counter (OTC) forward market
  • Exchange rate arithmetic- cross rate
  • Impact of market economics on currency prices
  • Economic indicators
  • Evolution of derivatives
  • Derivative products and features
  • Growth drivers of derivatives
  • Market players in the foreign exchange market
  • Key economic functions of derivatives
  • Exchange-Traded Vs. OTC derivatives
  • Currency futures
  • Spot price
  • Futures price
  • Contract cycle
  • Value date/Final settlement date
  • Expiry date
  • Contract size
  • Initial margin
  • Marking-to-market
  • Rationale behind currency futures
  • Standard items in a futures contract
  • Introduction of currency futures in India
  • Futures and forward contracts
  • Advantages of futures contracts
  • Limitations of futures contracts
  • Interest rate parity and pricing of currency futures
  • Role of speculation in futures markets
  • Long position in futures
  • Short position in futures
  • Hedging using currency futures
  • Types of hedgers
  • Size of the hedging position
  • Trading spreads using currency futures
  • Concept of arbitrage
  • Use of arbitrage in currency futures markets
  • Arbitrage opportunities under various conditions
  • Contract specification for currency futures
  • Trading parameters
  • Tenors of futures contract
  • Expiry date
  • Settlement price
  • Entities in the trading system
  • Types of orders
  • Concept of Mark-to-Market (MTM)
  • Position limits
  • Allowable open position limits for members trading in currency futures
  • Monitoring and enforcement of position limits in the currency futures market
  • Surveillance systems and procedures of exchanges
  • Clearing entities
  • Clearing mechanism
  • Open positions and obligations of clearing members
  • Settlement mechanism
    • MTM settlement
    • Final settlement
  • Risk management measures
  • Concept of margin requirements
  • Initial margin
  • Portfolio based margin
    • Calendar spread margin
  • Extreme loss margin
  • Liquid net worth
  • Liquid assets
  • Real time computation
  • Process of margin collection by Clearing Corporations
  • Options
  • Call and put option
  • Bought and sold option
  • Option premium
  • Futures and options
  • European vs. American option
  • Moneyness of an option
  • Option pricing and option Greeks
  • Option pricing methodology
    • Black-Scholes model
    • Binomial pricing model
  • Option pay offs
  • Option strategies
  • Practical application of currency options
  • Clearing, settlement and risk management for currency options
    • Initial margin
    • Extreme loss margin
    • Net option value
    • Calendar margin
  • Accounting treatment for derivative contracts
  • Taxation of derivative transaction in securities
  • Tax treatment of profit/loss on derivative transaction in securities
  • Features of Securities Contracts (Regulation) Act, 1956 [SC(R)A]
  • Features of Securities and Exchange Board of India Act, 1992
  • Recommendations of the RBI-SEBI Standing Technical Committee on Exchange Traded Currency and Interest Rate Derivatives
  • Provisions of Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999
  • Salient features of RBI notification ‘Currency Futures (Reserve Bank) Directions, 2008
  • Salient features of RBI Circular, ‘Guidelines on trading of Currency Futures in Recognised Stock / New Exchanges’
  • Salient features of SEBI Regulations for Currency Derivatives Exchanges
  • Regulatory framework for clearing corporations
  • Governing Council of the Exchange and Clearing Corporation
  • Eligibility criteria for membership of currency derivatives exchanges
  • Features of SEBI Codes of Conduct for brokers
  • Features of SEBI Codes of Conduct for sub-Brokers
  • Features of Codes of Conduct specific to Exchange Traded Currency Derivatives Segment
  • Grievance redressal mechanism for investors
  • Nature of complaints considered by exchanges
  • Arbitration mechanism at exchanges

Commodity Market

  • Introduction to Commodities Markets (International and Domestic) & Technical Analysis Revisited
  • Economic data releases & Commodity impact
  • USD & Commodity Relationship
  • Economic and Political Causes and its effects
  • Precious metals (Gold and Silver)
  • Options & options Analytics & Live trading in MCX terminal

Mutual Funds

  • Introduction to Investing
  • What is Mutual Fund?
  • How does mutual fund work?
  • Mutual Fund Schemes
  • Regular or retails plan
  • By Structure and By Investment Objective
  • Other Categories
  • Role of Mutual Funds
  • The advantage of Mutual Fund
  • Frequently used Jargons: NAV, Sale Price, Repurchase Price, Redemption Price, Entry & Exit Loads Etc
  • Profitability Matrix
  • History of Mutual Fund in India
  • Facts about Indian Mutual Funds Industry
  • What is SIP – Systematic Investment Plan?
  • Different between Modes of Investment
  • Benefits of SIP: Rupee Cost Averaging and Value Investing
  • Power of Compounding: Calculation of returns using Financial Calculator & Excel
  • How Returns on Mutual Funds are taxed?


Why This Course Will Help

Learn the following concepts:

  • Combined experience of the core team is 100+years.
  • Not only theoretical gyan, we provide fully Live interactive sessions.
  • Our renowned Industry-oriented trainers having extensive experience in Financial Markets will share their experienced strategies.
  • Learn Trading with the exposure of real money during market hours.
  • 24*7 support during and after the course.
  • 100% Job assistance for Job-oriented courses.
  • We also provide 0% Interest Rate Loan facility.

Who Can Take This Course

Students pursuing or completed graduation or higher studies, People like-Working Professionals, Aspiring/Existing Traders, Aspiring/Existing Investors, Entrepreneurs who want to switch to NBFC, Job seekers.

What You Will Get

  • Live interactive sessions.
  • Live trading classes during market hours.
  • Learn from the industry-oriented trainers cum traders.
  • Students will get the exposure of the in-house trader’s community.
  • Facility of free back-up classes.
  • Trading platform tour of different brokers.

preferred employer

Motilal Oswal
Certified Trader Course


How To Apply



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