Fundamental Analysis Course

Fundamental Analysis

The fundamental Analysis certification course will help you to identify in which sector or segment you have to enter to invest by evaluating a security/share or commodity by analysis industry after identifying the industry you have to do company analysis and identify the company, stock, currency or commodity in which you have to invest or trade. Fundamental analysis will guide you to identify in which direction buy or sell you have to enter in the particular stock or commodities.

This course will enable you to understand and predict the financial market movements with the tools regarding the fundamental analysis.

The specialty of fundamental analysis is to understand the event analysis, data analysis, news analysis, and correlation of the effect of the change of any in all segments of the market. People think that fundamental analysis will help in long-term trading but this is the best tool for intraday trading, to do intraday trading we have to make a combo knowledge of both technical analysis and fundamental analysis.

Program Highlights

Program Highlights

  • Fundamental analysis course will make you the analyst of the stock and commodity market.
  • In-depth understanding of how to analyze the share market.
  • Be a fundamental analyst in 1 month.
  • Faculty from top Stockbroking firms and research houses having more than 8-10 yrs of experience.
  • Live case studies of the stock market.
  • Value addition to your resume, get noticed by the Employer.
  • Understand how to correlate the events/news and data in stock market and commodity market movement.
Who Should Do this Course?
  • Students.
  • Stock Broker, Investment Consultants, Portfolio Managers, Researchers, Investment Consultant etc.
  • Investors
  • Those who wants to pursue the career in financial market
  • Those want to do analysis in stocks and commodity market
Detail Curriculum

Module 1: Fundamental Analysis of the Stocks and Commodity Market

  • Overview of Financial Markets
  • Economic Analysis & Industry Analysis
  • Company Analysis
  • Interpretation of Financial Statements of particular company(Balance Sheet, P&L, Cash Flow, etc.)
  • Ratio Analysis (Multiple Ratios)
  • Fund Flow Analysis
  • Time Value of Money & Valuation of Equity
  • Economic Value Add (EVA)
  • How to identify the segment or sector to invest
  • How to identify the stock / share or commodity for investment or trading
  • How to evaluate the events / news and data and co-relate the data for trading in stocks, currency and commodity
Fundamental Analysis For Intraday Trading

Course Duration:

30 sessions

1.Introduction of Fundamental Analysis

  • What is Fundamental & Technical Analysis?
  • Difference between technical & fundamental analysis
  • Features & benefits of Fundamental analysis

2.Top Down Approach in Fundamental Analysis

  • Economic Analysis
  • Industry Analysis
  • Company analysis

3. Economic Analysis

  • Political events (Election Results)
  • Central Bank Meet (Central Bank events)
  • Government Budget
  • Monsoon
  • OPEC Meeting
  • War or Terrorist Attack OTHER EVENTS
  • Rating agencies
  • India VIX
  • Scandal
  • Insider Activity
  • Country Debt
  • Inventory
  • Retail Sales
  • Consumer Confidence
  • CPI - Consumer Price Index
  • PPI - Producer Price Index
  • Core durable Goods Order
  • New Homes Sales
  • Building Permits
  • ADP Non Farm employment
  • Non Farm Employment
  • Unemployment Claims
  • PMI
  • Industrial Production
  • GDP Gross Domestic Production
  • Trade Balance
  • Crude Oil Inventory
4. Industry Analysis
  • Oil & Gas Sector
  • Aviation Sector
  • Paint Sector
  • I.T. Sector
  • Metal Sector
  • Pharma & FMCG Sector
  • Jems & Jewellery Sector
  • Banking Sector
  • Automobile Sector
  • Real Estate Sector
  • Cement Sector
  • Telecom Sector
  • Power Sector
5. Script Selection
Share or Commodity Selection
6. Company Analysis (Valuation)
  • Cash Flow
  • EPS
  • P/E
  • Book Value
  • Price to Book Value
  • Profit Ratios
  • Dividend
  • List Content
  • Market Cap
  • DEBT
  • Management
  • Promoters Holding
  • Volume
  • Open Interest
  • Beta
  • Moving Average


They say that fundamental analysis is an important part of investing. But what does that mean?

They also say that markets ebb and flow in response to fundamentals like earnings and employment numbers. If the data is positive, then the market will rise. And if the data turns negative, then the market will slump. There are stories about professional investors who need little else but fundamental data to predict short-term moves in markets.

Fundamental Analysis uncovers fundamental data for your trades. Rather than thinking about today, think about tomorrow. Fundamentals never change – they are the foundation of an investor’s portfolio. Contact us today for more information on how you can improve your profit margins!

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