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What is Basic Technical analysis is all about?

An option is a contract which gives the right, but not an obligation ,to buy or sell the underlying asset on or before a stated date/day, at a stated price, for a price. Options may be categorized into two main types:‐ Call Options & Put Options. Option is a very powerful tool which can be used for hedging your position, for taking position according to the view that you expect from the market and also to implement different option strategies according to his/her risk appetite.


This course will introduce you to interesting world of option trading. It will make you aware about different jargons of option. The course is well equipped with rich quality contents that allows everyone who has studied the course to grab the opportunities in the market and take utmost advantage of it. Options is the most powerful tool that not only help a trader to earn profits but also helps him to minimize the chances of losses and indeed gives him sense of security.


Options are leveraged instruments i.e. they allow traders to amplify the benefit by risking smaller amounts than would otherwise be required if trading the underlying asset itself. Option is very effective tool and if you once gain command over it, then you will definitely be able to maximize your profits and minimize your risk. Options helps to determine the psychology of market by using option chain analysis which allows the trader to determine the entry and exit in the market. option strategies are so useful because they allow a trader to generate profit in different market scenarios i.e bullish, bearish, volatile and non-volatile. Regardless of whether the market is up or down trader can use option strategy to earn higher returns. This ensures a continuous source of profit to the trader.

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  • What is price chart
  • Types of chart
           Line chart
           Bar chart / OHLC Chart
          Japanese Candlestick chart
  • Comparison of different price charts

  • Hammer
  • Hanging Man
  • Shooting star
  • Inverted hammer

  • Bullish Engulfing Pattern
  • Piercing Pattern
  • Bullish Thrusting Pattern
  • Bearish Engulfing Pattern
  • Dark Cloud Pattern
  • Bullish Harami Pattern
  • Bullish Harami Cross Pattern
  • Bearish Harami Pattern
  • Bearish Harami Cross Pattern
  • Bullish Counterattack Lines Pattern
  • Bearish Counterattack Lines Pattern

  • Morning Star
  • Morning Doji Star
  • Abandoned Baby Bottom
  • Evening Star
  • Evening Doji Star
  • Abandoned Baby Top
  • Three Black Crows
  • Three White Soldiers

  • Rising and Falling Three Methods
  • Separating Lines

  • Psychology behind Doji
  • Type Of Doji
  • Factors For Confirmation
  • How To Trade On Doji

  • Bullish Belt hold line
  • Bearish Belt hold line
  • Bullish Marubozu
  • Bearish Marubozu
  • Spinning Top
  • Tweezers Top
  • Tweezers Bottom

  • Definition
  • Psychology behind Support & Resistance
  • Change Of Polarity (COP) Principle

  • Introduction
  • Psychology behind price action
  • Gann Psychology Levels As a Support & Resistance
              Major Levels
              Intermediate Levels
              Minor Levels
  • Short Term Support
  • Short Term Resistance
              Projection Of Target With The Help Of Gann Psychological Level
  • Horizontal Support & Resistance
              Long Term Support
              Long Term Resistance 

  • Price Volume Relation
  • Importance of closing Price
  • False Breakout
            Bull Trap
            Bear Trap
  • Remedy Of False Breakout
            3 \% \ penetration
            2 period rule

  • Japanese Candlesticks with Psychological Levels

  • Introduction
  • Basic Tenets
  • Some Criticisms Of Dow Theory

  • Introduction
  • Type Of Trends
  • How to trade channel
  • Trendlines
            How to draw trendlines
            3 H-L Rule
            Type Of Trendlines

  • Introduction
  • Gap Up
  • Gap Down
  • Type Of Gaps
             Breakaway Gap
             Runaway Gap
             Exhaustion Gap
             Common Gap
  • Use Of Gaps
             Support Zone
             Resistance Zone

  • Introduction
  • Type Of Patterns
  • Reversal Patterns
              Double Bottom
              Triple Bottom
              Double Top
              Triple Top
              Head & Shoulders Pattern
              Inverse Head & Shoulders Pattern
              Rounded Top
              Rounded Bottom
              V Type Top
              V Type Bottom
  • Continuation Patterns
              Ascending Triangle
              Descending Triangle
              Bullish symmetrical Triangle
              Bearish symmetrical Triangle
              Bullish Flag
              Bearish Flag
              Bullish Pennant
              Bearish Pennant

  • Introduction
  • Why they called Leading Indicators
  • Relative Strength Index(RSI)
  • Stochastic

  • Japanese Candlesticks with Oscillators

  • Introduction
  • Construction
  • Why a lagging indicator ??
  • Simple Moving Average
              Double Crossover Method
              Triple Crossover Method
  • Exponential Moving Average
  • Comparison Between Simple and Exponential Moving Average
  • A Perfect Entry & Exit System Using EMA

  • Japanese Candlesticks with Moving averages

  • Basic Concepts
  • Trend Confirmation
  • The Signal Line
  • Very Important Supplementary Buy & Sell Rules
  • Using Divergences to Recognize the Most Reliable Signals 

  • Japanese Candlesticks with MACD

  • Introduction
  • Fibonacci Series
  • History
  • Relation between different fibonacci ratio
  • Use
            Fibonacci Retracement As Support
            Fibonacci Retracement As Resistance
            Fibonacci Extension As Support
            Fibonacci Extension As Resistance

  • Japanese Candlesticks with Fibonacci

  • Introduction
  • Construction
  • Uses 
           Bollinger Bands As Targets

  • Interday Volume Accumulation Indicators
             On Balance Volume(OBV)
             Volume Price Trend(VPT)

  • Advance Decline Line
  • Pivot Points
  • Average Directional Indicator

  • Historical Background
  • Basic Tenets
               Implusive Wave
               Corrective Wave
  • Fibonacci Ratios and Retracements As Target

  • Implementation