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IDFL Certified Technical Analyst

IDFL stands as one of the foremost institutes for Technical Analysis courses in the stock market. Technical Analysis involves evaluating securities based on the premise that market data, including price charts, volume, and open interest, can aid in predicting future (typically short-term) market trends. This approach equips individuals with tools for effectively managing trading positions and focuses on generating profits and strategies for intra-day trading through technical analysis. Furthermore, the course provides comprehensive training on how various securities, equity prices, commodities, and more behave, taking into account past market behavior patterns. It emphasizes leveraging this information to capitalize on profitable opportunities while minimizing potential losses. Unlike Fundamental Analysis, Technical Analysis does not consider the intrinsic value of the security. Technical Analysts firmly believe that they can precisely predict a stock's future price by analyzing its historical prices and other trading variables.

Over the past several years, the popularity of technical analysis has surged as more investors and traders embrace the notion that a stock's historical performance is a reliable indicator of its future performance. Considering that markets tend to move in predictable trends and patterns, relying on past performance is a logical strategy. These trends persist until a significant event alters the trend, implying that price levels remain foreseeable until such a change occurs.

Technical Analysis not only aids in understanding the profit target but also raises awareness about the associated risks involved in trading. We impart the secrets of successful traders, offering unique insights into trading strategies for Intraday, Swing trade, Short-term delivery, Futures, and options. What sets this course apart from regular technical analysis is that our teachings are grounded in logic and simple mathematical formulas, which have been successfully employed by numerous traders, brokers, and fund managers.

•Methods for identifying trends and turning points.
•Develop self trading platform by using a set of indicators.
•Method for price forecasting.
•Understanding charts and their patterns for buy-sell decisions.
•Learn all candles, patterns and indicators, and many more
•Learn how to operate or use technical software for research.
•Learn how to trade in all segments, whether equity, commodity, or currency.
•Get certified for technical analysis certification.
•Use of art techniques for Successful intra-day and short-term trading

IDFL Technical Analysis Certification

Become a certified Technical Analyst

Assistance in getting a job as Technical Analyst or Research Analyst

Module 1: Certificate Course in Technical Analysis

 Introduction to Technical Analysis 

  What is technical analysis? 

  The basis of technical analysis

  Difference between technical vs fundamental analysis

Type of Charts

   Introduction about chart

   The various types of price charts

   •Line chart

   •Bar chart

   •Candlestick chart

   •Kagi chart

   •Point & Figure chart

   •Renko chart

   •Three Line Break chart

Trend lines 

   •What is the purpose of drawing trend lines?

   •How to plot trend lines

Candlestick study 

   One candlestick pattern


   •Hammer / Hanging Man

   •Inverted Hammer / Shooting Star

   •Spinning Top 


   Double candlestick pattern

   •Bullish /Bearish Engulf

   •Bullish /Bearish Harami

   •Piercing pattern /Dark cloud cover

   •Tweezer Top & Bottom

   Triple candlestick pattern

   •Morning star /Evening star

   •Three white shoulders / Three black crows

   •Abandoned body (Bullish & Bearish)

   •Tasuki Gap (Bullish & Bearish)

   Five candlestick pattern

   •Rising three methods & falling three methods

Support & Resistance 

   What is Support?

   What is Resistance?

   Change of support to resistance and vice versa

Charts patterns and their study 

   Four stages: Accumulation, Mark-up, Distribution and Panic liquidation

   Chart patterns:

   •Head & Shoulder

   •Inverted Head & Shoulder

   •Double top/bottom

   •Flag & Pennant

  •Symmetrical, Ascending, Descending Triangles

   •Wedge Patterns

   •Rounding top/bottom

   •Cup & Handle 

   •Rectangles Bullish / Bearish 

   •Triple top/bottom

Gaps & Gaps Analysis 

   Types of Gaps:

   •Common gap

   •Breakaway gap

   •Runaway gap

   •Exhaustion gap

   •Island cluster

Oscillators & indicators

   What does a technical indicator offer?

   Why use indicators?

   Types of indicators:

   •Leading indicator

   •Lagging indicator

Moving averages 

   •Simple moving average (SMA)

   •Exponential moving average (EMA)

   How to trade on moving averages


   •What is the MACD and how is it calculated?

   How to trade on MACD


   •What is momentum?

   •Calculation of the RSI


   How to trade on RSI

On Balance Volume 


   •Calculation of OBV

      How to trade on OBV




   How to trade on stochastic

William %R



   How to trade on William %R

Bollinger bands

   •Few rules for beginners 

   •How to trade on bb

   •How to use multiple indicators 

Money Flow Index


   How to trade on MFI

Trading strategy 

The Dow Theory 


   •Principal rule of the Dow theory

Elliot Waves theory

   •Elliot wave basics

   How to trade on Elliot waves

Fibonacci Sequence

   •How to trade on Fibonacci retracement

   •How to trade on the Fibonacci extension

Trading psychology and how to manage the risk 









After getting certified for the IDFL technical analyst certificate course candidate should be eligible to be a technical analyst and work as a technical analyst.

There are no minimum education criteria to learn technical analysis but those who want to do a job as a technical analyst should be at least a Graduate. To understand and analyze the market only for trading and investing purposes we recommend that the candidate should be at least 10th pass.


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