Who Should Attend
  • General Investors
  • Personnel in Financial Institutions
  • Anyone who is interested to learn Technical Analysis
  • Who Seeks Constant Return from the market in long runs.
  • Who wants to know the proper Technique of Applying Technical Analysis in DSE.
Course Overview

This course is designed especially for busy people or executives. In this course, you’ll learn the basic concepts of technical analysis. Think of these lessons as your foundation to build off of if you decide to continue on with your study of technical analysis.  If you understand the benefits and limitations of technical analysis, it can give you a new set of tools or skills that may help you be a better trader or investor.

All the professional investors around the world use Technical & Fundamental Analysis to forecast and analyze the stock market. Fundamental analysis involves analyzing the characteristics of a company in order to estimate its value. Technical analysis takes a completely different approach; it doesn't care one bit about the "value" of a company. Technicians are only interested in the price movements in the market. The technical analysis really just studies supply and demand in a market in an attempt to determine what direction, or trend, will continue in the future. In other words, technical analysis attempts to understand the emotions in the market by studying the market itself, as opposed to its components.

Objectives of Course

As you are aware, Technical Analysis is the forecasting of future financial price movements based on an examination of past price movements. Technical Analysis can help investors anticipate what is "likely" to happen to prices over time by using a wide variety of charts that show price over time. Technical Analysis, which relies heavily on the historical price trend, is a good tool for informed investors for picking the entry and exit point for a select stock. Using Technical Analysis, investors can learn the trends and patterns of price movement of a stock and use it to invest in his benefit. In a growing market like ours, knowledge of Technical Analysis is crucial for every investor, whether individual or institutional.

We Know What You Need To Know

The stock market is an ever changing market. To study the changing market it is essential to get updated. Without recent time examples market study cannot be fulfilled. This understanding was the starting of the 3rd edition of our technical analysis handbook. In the 3rd edition we have used all recent time (till July 2012) examples of the study. There is minimum one example of every study from the Bangladesh capital market. That makes the combination of the theoretical and the practical parts of the study which ensures effectiveness.

  • New & Value-added course Hand book
  • Video Tutorial
  • Interactive Presentation
  • Totally Based on Bangladesh Market Scenario
Course curriculum


Session  1

  1. What is Capital Market
  2. Supply and Demand
  3. Types of market analysis
  4. Random Walk Theory
  5. Efficient Market Hypothesis
  6. Fundamental Analysis
  7. Technical Analysis
  8. Criticism of Technical Analysis
  9. Dow Theory

Tea Break

Session 2

  1. History and Construction of Charts
  2. Benefits of Using Chart  
  3. History of Charting
  4. Type of Charts
  5. Support and Resistance
  6. Trend Line
  7. Channel
  8. Candlesticks
  9. The Psychology of Charts and Trading
  10. Candlestick Patterns
  11. Heikin Ashi Candlesticks

Prayer & Lunch Break

Session 3

  1. Introduction to Chart Pattern
  2. Chart Pattern
  3. Reversal Pattern
  4. Continuation Patterns
  5. Gaps
  6. Elliot Wave Theory
  7. The Fibonacci sequence

Tea Break

Session 4

  1. Indicators and Oscillators
  2. Lagging Indicators
  3. Leading Indicator
  4. Moving Averages
  5. Types of Moving Averages
  6. Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD)
  7. Average Directional Index (ADX)
  8. Parabolic SAR
  9. Volume Based Indicators
  10. Money Flow Index
  11. On Balance Volume
  12. Accumulation Distribution Line


Session 5

  1. Volatility Indicators
  2. Bollinger Bands
  3. Percentage Bands or Envelopes
  4. Average True Range (ATR)
  5. Keltner Channels
  6. Momentum Indicators
  7. Relative Strength Index (RSI)
  8. Stochastics
  9. StochRSI
  10. Commodity Channel Index (CCI)
  11. Rate of Change (ROC)
  12. William %R
  13. Ultimate Oscillator
  14. Composite indicators
  15. Guppy Multiple Moving Averages
  16. Ichimoku Chart
  17. Divergence Study
  18. Divergence Trading Strategy

Tea Break

Session 6

  1. Behavioral Finance
  2. Common Mental Mistakes
  3. Overconfidence
  4. Anchoring
  5. Metal Accounting
  6. Confirmation
  7. Hindsight Bias
  8. Herd Behavior
  9. Applying Behavioral Finance
  10. Classification of Capital Market Participants
  11. Zero Sum Game
  12. Capital Market Bubble
  13. Investor’s Psychological Behavior

Prayer & Lunch Break

Session 7

  1. Technical Analysis Platform
  2. How to Install Amibroker
  3. Installing Pattern Explorer
  4. Setting up Database
  5. Install and use of AmiBroker Plug in
  6. Update Data manually
  7. Using AmiBroker
  8. Using Pattern Explorer
  9. Working with chart sheets and templates
  10. Creating own indicators
  11. Importing AFL formula
  12. Using Drawing tools
  13. Troubleshooting

Tea Break

Session 8

  1. Trading Strategy
  2. Instrument Selection
  3. Market Timing
  4. Money Management
  5. Position Sizing
  6. Stop Loss
  7. Exit Strategy
  8. Trading Psychology Knowing Yourself
  9. There is no “Holy Grail”
  10. Independent Thinking
  11. Patience is a Profitable Virtue
  12. Sticking With the Plan  
  13. Psychological Problems in Trading
  14. Overcoming Psychological Problems in Trading
  15. Complete Trading Strategies