In India, financial instruments which are held for a period of fewer than 12 months or 1 year are considered as short-term stocks. In effect, the profits made from trading these instruments are classified as short-term capital gains. Short-term trading refers to those trading strategies in stock market or futures market in which the time duration between entry and exit is within a range of few days to few weeks. Short-term trading is a strategy that aims to open and close positions within a short timeframe, usually days or weeks, although it can be even shorter. This type of trading strategy is particularly popular with retail and institutional traders that hope to profit from small price movements and short-term trends.
- Basics of Technical analysis.
- Technical Chart Setup & Timeframes.
- Plotting Technical Parameters.
- Types of Trend.
- Trends Confirmation (Trend Initializations)
- Support & Resistance.
- Price Patterns.
- Stock Selection.
- Pivot & bottoming (on Pullback & Rejection candle on trend)
- Entry & Rules.
- Trailing SL concept.
- Money Management.
- Position Sizing & Risk Reward Ratio.
- Two Follow-up Sessions.
- Two Month Hand Holding Support
When you go back to stock markets after this training session, you may still require some guidance for your Swing trades or trades execution. We will provide you the required support for Swing trading strategies learned in the Training.