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Why this course is different from any other Technical Analysis course:
This course has been designed based on our 5 years of Trading experience by trading in Intraday options & Stocks. Well it is about Fast-tracking our 5 years of learning with this single course!
We have started trading in stocks at the beginning where in stocks we could able to win or lose up to ±0.5% in single trade as the stocks are having circuit limits of 5% per day at the maximum.
After trading for 100’s of trades we were not able to grow our account as we expected by trading stocks, then we started using Leverage which forced us to find the most volatile scripts in Intraday.
Don’t worry about these terms like Volatility & Leverage etc… We have all covered the meaning & how it affects the trading scripts during Intraday trading in this course.
Why do we need to learn Intraday trading:
As we gained experience in Intraday trading of stocks we were attracted to options scripts (Nifty & Bank-Nifty) because, options are the most volatile scripts currently in Indian stock market.
Just take an example of BANKNIFTY 24500 PUT where it opened @151.15 high created was 362.60 & low was @151.15, can you imagine the volatility of this script!
But, How will you know where to enter & exit! This is where you need to learn the Technical patterns which repeat most of the times, some of the technical chart patterns which repeat are:
How much money are we earning with Intraday trading:
As we are discussing about Intraday options, we have showcased our trading performance from past 2 years, where we were able to achieve 86.90% in FY17-18 & this year we had very good results too,
You can check out our Daily trading performance for FY18-19
Well Intraday trading is not only about Technical analysis, you need to learn more in-depth knowledge on how to select the right scripts to trade profitably.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is an Option?
- An option is a contract to buy/sell a stock (underlyer).
- Contract defines a fixed price at which stocks could be traded. This is called strike price.
- Contract has a maturity date which is the date till the contract is valid.
- The seller (called option writer) sells the contract to Buyer.
- Buyer pays the price of the contract called premium to seller.
- Buyer has the right, but not the obligation to buy/sell the stock(underlyer) at a fixed price (strike price).
How do I get started?
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I would like to learn how to trade, how do I start?
What is technical analysis?
Can I have a demo class, before signing for any course?
How much money do I need to start Options trading Intraday?
At the beginning, You only need 4000 rupees in your trading account to buy premium.
We teach defined risk premium buying strategies for people with smaller accounts where you can choose your risk and your capital requirement of each trade through strategic strike selection.