During the first part of the course, you will learn about one of the most used tools when it comes to positioning yourself in the markets: Graphical Analysis or Chartista.
You will study from the simplest tools, such as trend lines, supports and resistances to the interpretation of figures of change and trend continuation. A correct analysis of the trend lines will allow you to determine where the market is heading, thus allowing you to trade in the right direction. Likewise, the interpretation of the figures and the volume traded will allow us to anticipate what the next movement will be and its price objective.
The Graphic Analysis will help you to be able to preserve your capital, a basic principle of Trading, through a correct Stop Loss policy.
After this first part, the course focuses on the analysis of indicators and oscillators with which you can identify the best investment opportunities. Once you know how it works, and depending on your risk profile and type of operation, you will be able to decide which are the most appropriate indicators for the market situation.
The use of indicators and oscillators will provide you with a more objective view of the market, which together with the subjective view of Graphic Analysis, will make your decision making more accurate and have a greater probability of success.
Learning these indicators and oscillators will be the first stage for those investors who want to advance in the world of Trading, which implies the development of their own investment methodology.Addressed toInvestors who want to start making their own investment decisions.
Investors seeking diversification in their methods.
Investors who want to learn analysis techniques in order to implement them in the Stock Markets.objectiveKnow the different types of charts that exist, how to analyze them and of course how to operate on them with guarantees of success and controlled risk.
You will also learn how to use and interpret the Indicators and Oscillators, being able to filter the best trades and discard those that offer few guarantees of success, thus designing your own trading method.TemaryWeek 1- Graphical Analysis: Learn to trade trends and main figures
Introduction to Graphical AnalysisWhat is Graphic Analysis?
Principles on which Graphic Analysis is based
The reason for Graphic Analysis
Graphical Analysis vs. Fundamental Analysis
Criticism of Graphic Analysis
The Random Path Theory
Time dimension of the Graphic Analysis
The Dow TheoryChart TypesLine Charts
Candlestick GraphicsTrend, Support and Resistance LinesWhat are the Trends?
Supports and Resistors
Assessment of trends
Valuation of supports and resistances
How to determine the breakage of key levels?
What are channels?Operation with Holding Lines, Supports and ResistancesTypes of Operation
What are Stop Loss?
Types of Stop Loss
How to trade on trends?
How to trade on supports and resistances?Operational in the Trend Change FiguresGeneral characteristics
Main figures of Trend Change
Shoulder Head Shoulders / Shoulder Head Shoulders Inverted
Double Floor / Double Roof
Triple Floor / Triple Roof
Open Triangle and DiamondsOperational in the Trend Continuation FiguresGeneral characteristics
Main figures of Continuation of Trend
Ascending / Descending Right Triangles
Ascending and descending wedges
FlagsWeek 2 - Quantitative Technical Analysis: Classic and Second Generation Indicators
Indicators based on Moving AveragesThe Moving Averages
Definition of Moving Average
Characteristics of a Moving Average
What are moving averages used for?
Types of Moving Averages: Simple / Weighted / Exponential
Interpretation of a moving average
How to trade stockings
Filters for averages
ADXPrice-based Indicators - OscillatorsGeneral characteristics of oscillators
RSI - Relative Strength Index
Moment IndicatorIndicators based on VolatilityWhat is volatility?
ATR: Average True RangeVolume-based indicatorsThe volume
OBV - Volume Balance
ACD - Accumulation / DistributionAmplitude and Strength IndicatorsRSC Mansfield
New Highs / New Lows
Line A / DObservationsThe course lasts 2 weeks in which the student and the teacher are in contact at all times.
The structure of the course is as follows:The students will have the complete documentation in PDF format, so that they can have it printed at the time of class and it will be easier for them to follow it.
On Monday, Tuesday and Thursday there will be an Online session from 8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., in which the slides corresponding to the current week will be explained in depth and practical examples of all the concepts studied will be given.
These sessions will be recorded and posted in the virtual classroom. In this way, if a student misses a live session or wants to watch it again, they can do so at any time.
The rest of the week, the student can use it to work on the documentation and the "optional" practical exercises that will be made available to them. Any questions should be asked through the "Forum of doubts".
During the week all doubts raised through the forum will be resolved, so that all students can see them and learn from them.
Students will have a chat to communicate with other students while the course is active.
Instituto BME will issue a certificate of having been enrolled in the course to all participants. In the event that you want to obtain a certificate of achievement of the course, you must pass a short test.On the Friday of the week prior to the start of the course, you will receive by email the password to access the classroom where you can download the course documentation and an explanatory document on the operation of the platform.