Capital Markets Bootcamp

Program

Even with an undergraduate or an MBA in finance, it doesn’t prepare you for the realities of how markets and their underlying infrastructure work today. Capital markets infrastructure providers include exchanges, interdealer brokers, clearing houses, information services and technology providers, securities depositories and servicing firms. This course will give you a ringside view of the working of the various components of the Indian Capital Market infrastructure.


1. The Stock Market’s Potential as a Wealth Equalizer

Currently one of the greatest sources of inequality is the huge disparity between the returns from holding stocks and holding cash. Interest rates are extremely low so that they hardly compensate for inflation, while stock markets are booming. Finance theory would argue that people should invest a significant fraction of their wealth in a diversified portfolio of stocks, as investing in the stock market will be compensated by a risk premium.

Activity : Analyzing multiple investment avenues over a given time period

2. Getting Started in the Stock markets

  • • Pre-requisites.
  • • Opening a Demat and trading account.
  • • Set your investment goals
Activity : opening a Demat and trading account

3. Equity Trade Life Cycle

Explore the nine stages that an equity trade goes through.

Activity : Simulation of the tasks at the nine stages

4. Exploring Trading Strategies

Active trading is the act of buying and selling securities based on short-term movements to profit from the price movements on a short-term stock chart. The mentality associated with an active trading strategy differs from the long-term, buy-and-hold strategy found among passive or indexed investors. Active traders believe that short-term movements and capturing the market trend are where the profits are made.
There are various methods used to accomplish an active trading strategy, each with appropriate market environments and risks inherent in the strategy.

Activity: Prepare a trading strategy plan as a day trader, positional trader, swing trader or Scalp trader

5. Risk Management Techniques for Active Traders

It is an essential but often overlooked prerequisite to successful active trading. After all, a trader who has generated substantial profits can lose it all in just one or two bad trades without a proper risk management strategy. So how do you develop the best techniques to curb the risks of the market?

Activity :Calculate Your Risk In the Market , Setting Your Stop Loss, Build your Risk Management Plan.

  • 1. Senior Executives from Banks
  • 2. Corporate Executives
  • 3. Treasury Managers
  • 4. Insurance Companies
  • 5. New/recently-appointed NOs
  • 6. Compliance officers, Internal auditors
  • 7. Financial crime and risk officers
  • 8. Capital Market Intermediaries
  • 9. Students and Investors
  • 18 hours

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