Super Share Market is a first-of-its-kind trading course from India's leading share Market institute in the field of Financial Market. The course offers a practical hands-on learning opportunity for all would-be stock market investors and traders.
Our course extensively focuses on helping you understand and learn the integrated strategies, tricks, and latest software used by traders. All of this is in real-time! It means that you will sit on the live trading desk from Day 1 along with seasoned traders. You will learn to handle the company's money, manage risks and acquire pragmatic learning. No exams, no mugging theoretical concepts, and most of all, you do not have to invest or risk your money to gain this knowledge.
The course is brought to you by ICFM, a unit of Career Pro Ventures Limited, an institute with a 12-year-old invincible reputation. It is a one-stop solution for Learning and Grooming market traders, brokers, investors, and more. We deliver the training with the teachers having experience of more than 15 years. Our main objective is to train and groom upcoming professional traders in the stock market with practical knowledge.
1) Who Can Join : Anyone interested in trading or the stock market is eligible for this course. training, SSS is for you. You can apply if you are a Graduate, Post Graduate MBA, Working Professionals, Under Graduate, Housewives, etc.. [Under Graduates and housewives Will have To Clear Eligibility Test Given By ICFM .
2) 100% JOB Guaranteed : Get intriguing data jobs at leading organizations.
3) TRADING SOFTWARES : The SSS course offered by ICFM provides you training with the most latest trading software such as Automated, Low Latency, Co-location API, HFT, 2leg, 3 legs 6 leg Strategies on IOC & Bidding Software .
Course Director: Mr. Harish Mata
Value investing is a type of trading that involves buying assets at a lower price than their intrusive value. A security margin of safety is another name for this. The fundamental assumption of value investing is to buy good companies at a good price and keep them for the long run. Many value investors feel that integrating numerous ratios to produce a more comprehensive view of a company’s financials, earnings, and stock valuation can help them achieve just that.
A pair trade is a trading strategy in which a long position is matched with a short position in two highly correlated stocks. A group of technical analyst experts first proposed pair trading in the mid market. A pair trade, also known as pair trading, is a market-neutral trading method that allows traders to profit in practically every market state, including uptrends, downtrends, and sideways movements. A statistical arbitrage and convergence trading technique is what this strategy is classified as
Scalping is a trading method that focuses on benefitting from small price movements and reselling for a quick profit. Scalping necessitates a tight exit plan because a single major loss might wipe out the many little gains the trader has worked so hard to achieve. A scalper tries to profit from the bid-ask spread as well as short-term price movements. They can trade manually or use trading software to automate their techniques. The profession of a scalper has become more competitive as a result of high-frequency trading.
This is the technique that expedites the decision-making process of traders. Trading professionals must have access to real-time data like market depth, time of sales, and more. Such information indicates immediate price movements, and the faster a trader can view or access such data, they can make effective decisions. Screen Reading does precisely that. It helps traders read & comprehend relevant numbers and data from the screen and make appropriate decisions and choices. Screen reading is far more effective for traders than viewing technical charts that offer only historical data and indications.
Borrowing security and selling it on the open market is known as short selling. An auction market is one in which buyers and sellers compete for bids at the same time. The greatest price a buyer is willing to pay and the lowest price a seller is willing to take are represented by the price at which a stock trades. When an object is put up for sale, people start bidding on it.