Complete Program on Derivative Analysis with Real Time Market Access . Be prepare to Become a Derivative Analyst.
Introduction to Derivatives Markets
Introduction to Forward Markets
Introduction to Futures Markets
Introduction to Options
Rohan Sharma’s accomplishments in the financial markets over his 11-year career cover retail stock broking, high-end training, and investment management for corporations, making him an authority in his field.
He believes in the intensity of discipline and control required to create a successful risk management taking environment that prompts consistent and acceptable long-term execution. We focus on generating higher risk-adjusted returns for our clients by combining comprehensive operational transparency with cutting-edge trading infrastructure of the highest worldwide standards.
We are driven to establish a new standard of institutional excellence and to provide our investors with the most efficient and profitable environment possible.
We are keep close working with industry needs & customized our program
To prepare students for careers in the business world, we provide paid internships as well as industry certifications from professional groups.
We maintain constant contact with industry professionals and several recruiters in order to provide the finest opportunity for Technical Analysis students.
Industry Expert Faculty
Faculty in Deivative Analysis Courses are needed to deliver industry insights and current trends, as well as apply tools and indicators in real-time markets.
Derivatives, such as futures or options, are financial contracts whose value is derived from a spot price, known as the “underlying.” Wheat producers, for example, may prefer to engage into an agreement to supply their harvest at a future date in order to remove the risk of price changes by that date. A forward or futures market would be used for such a transaction. This market is known as the “derivatives market,” and its prices are determined by the spot market price of wheat, which is known as the “underlying.”
A forward contract is an agreement between two parties to exchange a particular amount of an asset for a predetermined price at a future date.
Forwards, futures, options, and swaps are the four most prevalent types of derivative products. Most derivatives are traded over-the-counter (OTC) or on an exchange such as the Bombay Stock Exchange, but most insurance contracts have evolved into a distinct business.
Commodity futures market players are often classified into four types (hedgers, speculators, arbitrageurs and spread traders). All of them, transactions may be linked back to the motives of risk management and profit, with varied weights of participants.
In the stock market, long and short refers to whether a deal is launched by selling first or purchasing first. To put it another way, long and short may also be used to indicate whether an investor owns or needs to buy equities. Let’s look at long vs. short positions and how they function in the stock market: If the market is bullish (stock prices in an industry are rising), the trader is inclined to retain a long position. Going short or shorting may seem perplexing since in the real world, we must possess something before we can sell it, but this is not the situation in the stock market.
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As a matter of fact you can watch live market trading that helps you to connect with CMT. Join a Technical Analysis Course which works on real time markets by using tools & techniques . That’ll give you behavioural understanding of real time Share market. Understanding the money management by real time trading or investment activity. As we know CMT is an MCQ Exam & ask question on application level. Create short notes of Course Content. Get PPT based Short Notes & note interpretation of tools & Techniques on technical analysis. Short Notes help you out to quick revision at the CMT exam time. CMT Books have very complicated language & course content is not properly aligned as it takes topics from various books of different writers.
So we have to take individual topics and understand concepts in simple, Concise and Clear manner. Take content from various books or websites like Investopedia or Stock Charts on Each Topic for in-depth understanding. Apply tools & techniques with the help of Technical analysis or trading software’s. Read Books twice as MCQ can be created from a single line. while study mark important topics.