Stock Market Classes

As we take educate our children to grow in the same way we educate people to understand stock market from basic and also trained them for Technical and Fundamental analysis.

Beginners taking their first steps towards learning the basics of stock trading should have access to multiple sources of quality education. Just like riding a bike, trial and error, coupled with the ability to keep pressing forth, will eventually lead to success.

One great advantage of stock trading lies in the fact that the game itself lasts a lifetime. Investors have years to develop and hone their skills. Strategies used twenty years ago are still utilized today. The game is always in full force.

  • For beginners who want to learn how to trade stocks, here are four great answers to the simple question, “How do I get started?”.

    • Best Potential:- Yes, the market has had its up and downs (especially in recent memory), but over time, you are poised to get more by investing in stocks than you would with corporate bonds, commodities, or treasury notes. From a historic standpoint, stocks have provided nearly 10% over the long term while U.S. Treasuries have given back just around 5%.
    • Asset Allocation:- The key to combatting the volatility of stocks is to control as much as you can by diversifying where you put your money. You may still want to have some bond holdings and other less risky options like a money market account, but you definitely don't want to put all your money in any one place.
    • Advantage of Time:- The key to all this is thinking "long term." If you're nearing retirement age, you need to pull back on the riskier investment options. But if you have time on your side, you can likely withstand the riskier investments and ride the ups and downs that are inevitable. The hard truth of investing is that you can't get big returns without taking risks.
    • Diversify Your Investments:- Diversifying your investments by including some stocks, along with your bonds (and other fixed-income securities), CDs, and savings or money market accounts, can help protect you from the inherent volatility of the financial markets. Oftentimes, when the stock market is down, the bond market is up and vice versa. What this boils down to is that you can better control volatility where you're concerned by spreading your money around; in other words, don't put all your money in only one type of investment.


  • Basic To -> Advance Course
  • Theory Class
  • Practical Class
  • Basic of Stock Market
  • Fundamental Analysis (Theory and Practical)
  • Technical Analysis (Theory and Practical)
  • When to BUY AND When to SELL stocks
  • Formula For Success (Strategy)
  • Risk Management & Profit Booking
  • How to make Portfolio
  • 40 hours Theory and 10 hours practical
  • Anytime Followup (Doubts or Query)