# Basic Syllabus For Stock Market (For Beginners)

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Three Things You need
1) Observation Skills
It is self explanatory. We can train our eyes. But some are born curious and they will always have an edge on these things. But we can always become alert and look around. Same goes with Chart reading skills, correlating product popularity and stock picking impulses, different styles and quickly adapting new styles. Unfortunately I don’t know, how to explain it.

2) Technical Analysis
Candlestick Patterns (https://zerodha.com/varsity/chapter/getting-sta...)
Support and Resistance (Supply/ Demand Zones) # https://www.investopedia.com/trading/support-an...

1. https://zerodha.com/varsity/chapter/support-res...
Indicators
Two types of indicators are there
1) Leading They predict future outcome by mathematical calculation. They show results earlier than events are triggered, hence is the name.
Example: Price (You heard it right. Some patterns now predict the future. Basically we use candlestick patterns for this only)
Fibonacci retracements, Chanels, Support and Resistance levels, Stochastic Momentum Index, William %r (very underrated in Indian market), RSI, https://www.dailyfx.com/education/technical-ana...
2) Lagging They predict future outcome by mathematical calculation of past data available.
Example: Moving Averages(both simple and exponential, hybrid when we use Moving average crossovers), MACD etc.
Moving Averages # https://www.investopedia.com/articles/active-tr...
2. https://zerodha.com/varsity/chapter/moving-ave....
MACD
3. https://zerodha.com/varsity/chapter/indicators-...
4. https://www.investopedia.com/terms/m/ma...sp
RSI
5. https://www.investopedia.com/terms/r/r...sp
6. https://school.stockcharts.com/doku.php?id=tech...
7. https://zerodha.com/varsity/chapter/indicators-...
VWAP
8. https://www.investopedia.com/terms/v/vw...sp
9. https://zerodha.com/varsity/chapter/supplementa...
Honorable mentions Parabolic SAR, William %R(I personally use it), RSI divergence, Stochastic Momentum Index
Fibonacci retracements
11. https://www.investopedia.com/articles/active-tr...
12. https://zerodha.com/varsity/chapter/fibonacci-r...

3) Fundamental Analysis
"@BubbleBoyChickenLittle":https://www.desidime.com/users/1059107 bhai since you are a CA student, if you could comment about it then it will be really amazing.
okay. We will handle this thing mathematically as things become real boring while reading.
https://ticker.finolo...n/ open this
then watch this

Actually Pranjal Kamra is founder of Finology. He has explained different ratios.
That is half work done
Next is
https://www.tickerta...n/

Zerodha also explained different mathematical approaches to Fundamental analysis for objective analysis here.

Next is Annual Report

It is a tutorial for how to read a balance sheet, an initiative by Zerodha. 1 hour duration. Watch it.

Next is two beautiful videos explaining Global Macros.

Individual sector analysis and product popularity. Just google about it. Then you will get to know a lot about it.
https://www.moneycontrol.com/stocks/marketinfo/...
is an exhaustive list of stocks categorized into different sectors. I started my career from fertilisers. The stock I chose has already been delisted haha.
https://www.screener.in/sc...s/ is a good source to see different stocks fulfilling different parameters.

+Under performing Sectors Find+ https://www.moneycontrol.com/stocks/marketstats...

Honestly I have very little idea(couple of drops of water from an ocean of vast ocean) about these things. And they worked well for me. I will encourage you to keep on digging more and more. And please share your process too.

My Process
Let’s take an example of my recent find Garware Technical Fibres.
How did I find
I was randomly searching https://www.tradingvie...m/ . So I was seeing about the market movers couple of days ago. Quickly my eye fell on GARFIBRES. It was trading at 1770 maybe. Honestly it sounded like a penny stock. I thought that it is a garbage one.
Next
Then I googled about it. I thought Fibre means some textile raw material maker. I visited it. https://www.garwarefibre...m/
I clicked on Solutions tab. I saw it caters to a lot of industries.
FISHERIES, AQUACULTURE, SHIPPING & INDUSTRIAL, YARN & THREADS, SPORTS, COATED FABRICS, AGRICULTURE, GEOSYNTHETICS. It is a copy of its products copied straight from the website itself.
Next
Fired up https://www.moneycontrol.com/india/stockpricequ...
Checked Financial
Net Profit
140.53 125.68 105.17 84.36 61.90
That is yearly growth. Is not it decent?
Checked shareholding pattern
Standalone June 2020 March 2020 September 2019 March 2019
Promoters 50.71 50.71 50.7 50.7
Pledged 0 0 0 0
Sounded promising
Then I checked the chart
575.5% rise in 5 years. Then saw some patterns.
Garware Technical Fibres’s net debt is only 0.80 times its EBITDA. And its EBIT covers its interest expense a whopping 16.9 times over. So you could argue it is no more threatened by its debt than an elephant is by a mouse.Jan 14, 2020
Source: https://simplywall.st/news/garware-technical-fi...
Then I asked "@malikcool":https://www.desidime.com/users/184763 "@guest_999":https://www.desidime.com/users/94783 @ garamjalebi. It was trading at some 1750 maybe. It was Saturday, Market holiday. Got some reviews on it. And bhai I could not touch it. In two days it reached almost 2k.
But you got to be really humble here, to respect people, who are dealing in security market. If you don’t discuss, your horizon wont widden.
Similarly I had a heated debate in our whatsapp group about caplin point. It traded above 660-670, RSI was 85+ on daily chart. Big people are there. They said price action and stuff like that. I said exit and you will be trapped for a while. RSI cooled down, stock fell 100rs almost in intraday. But I learnt a lot about price action and the products made by Caplin. You can see in moneycontrol. They have shared info about their products for the first time in their history.
So, have a good discussion group too.
We regularly discuss things with "@malikcool":https://www.desidime.com/users/184763 "@BubbleBoyChickenLittle":https://www.desidime.com/users/1059107 "@Dastro":https://www.desidime.com/users/370689 "@drupal":https://www.desidime.com/users/10553 "@xuseronline":https://www.desidime.com/users/17318 "@adrishya":https://www.desidime.com/users/604263 "@garamjalebi":https://www.desidime.com/users/1148315 "@guest_999":https://www.desidime.com/users/94783 and many others in https://www.desidime.com/discussions/ipos-in-oc...
Having a good discussion group helps a lot.

One Important Thing I realized, whilst being in the rat race of making money that if a company is good, has sound business(customer, products, management, sustainable), has good leadership then a good chart will be made for it most probably. So, in the end, long term investment beats everything, please know your company in and out. What to do? There is no shortcut around it.
Well of Optimism in share market has no bottom. So, if you don’t take risk, you won’t win but stay safe. If you fall, you will keep falling without any safety nest. Money will be gone and most importantly time too. Build a safety net first. In share market it is called stoploss. And in real life, it is friends and family. Their love and support will protect you from harm. Respect them

Try to find a sector that has not been performing since a while. Example Pharma sector. And the shares, who gave decent returns in those sectors in the past, while the sector was not performing, they might not perform during the rally. Example Pfizer. Compare Pfizer with Caplin Point, and their returns in following years. Pfizer gave 10-14% return since recent crash. Caplin has already given more than 100% return. So, choose your horses wisely

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Bhai ka first Vu and Oops, You cannot give karma again right now
Much appreciated.

Ghapaghap ki definition de hi daali finally @bikidas2060 😀

garamjalebi wrote:

Ghapaghap ki definition de hi daali finally @bikidas2060 😀

🐒🐒🐒🐒🐒

Very good thread bro. I remember some good stocks suggested by you & had it been any other time I would have probably bought some but unfortunately the current time is not that. For the present time I have decided to bet on an inevitable & long recession coming so until that arrives(or I am definitely proved wrong) I will not buy anything even if it means losing some good profit because I simply don’t have the risk taking capacity now after my loss in Yes Bank.

VU+KG for nice info

@bikidas2060 bhai kl zerodha me ac bnaya..Ap 10-50rs wale share bta do longterm ke liye..I want to invest 25k

MrKool_JJ wrote:

Bhai ka first Vu and Oops, You cannot give karma again right now
Much appreciated.

Same here. KP

guest_999 wrote:

Very good thread bro. I remember some good stocks suggested by you & had it been any other time I would have probably bought some but unfortunately the current time is not that. For the present time I have decided to bet on an inevitable & long recession coming so until that arrives(or I am definitely proved wrong) I will not buy anything even if it means losing some good profit because I simply don’t have the risk taking capacity now after my loss in Yes Bank.

Yes bank is something undescribable bz i have seen ppl who made huge profits by buying around Rs.8 and sold it around Rs.20

VU + KG

beastboy wrote:

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Bhai, many won’t agree because of privacy issues. A telegram group sounds better. But we gotta respect their opinions. 🙂

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bikidas2060 wrote:

Bhai, many won’t agree because of privacy issues. A telegram group sounds better. But we gotta respect their opinions. 🙂

+1

for telegram grp

I am looking for portfolio management services, any one availed?

Never go for PMS . I repeat NEVER.
better take your time learn and earn yourself slowly

@bikidas2060 good information 🙂
adding some basic terms from my side.
history of stock exchanges : BSE, NSE, MSE
primary and secondary markets
valuation : face value, book value, replacement value, enterprise value, intrinsic value.
all types of ratios, top down/bottoms up approach
line chart,bar chart,candlestick chart.
understanding of above terms maybe helpful before doing any analysis.

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bikidas2060 wrote:

Bhai, many won’t agree because of privacy issues. A telegram group sounds better. But we gotta respect their opinions. 🙂

Whatsapp me karo ya telegram pe.. matter to knowledge share karne ke hai..
whatever suits to most users…
You are already in contact with most of the dimers haveing experince in this field..
so probably you can take an initiative and start the group..

gargsahbbb wrote:

Never go for PMS . I repeat NEVER.
better take your time learn and earn yourself slowly

excuse me, but whats PMS here? if you don’t mind could you explain ☺

Vu+

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beastboy wrote:

Whatsapp me karo ya telegram pe.. matter to knowledge share karne ke hai..
whatever suits to most users…
You are already in contact with most of the dimers haveing experince in this field..
so probably you can take an initiative and start the group..

I am in contact with 3 dimers in telegram only. @garamjalebi bhai is one of them. It has to be done by a more experienced dimer. 🙂🙂🙂
And knowledge share toh idhar v ho jata hai. Beauty hai ki saab participate kar paenge.

rini50 wrote:

Vu+

Thanks buddy

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rini50 wrote:

excuse me, but whats PMS here? if you don’t mind could you explain ☺

Portfolio Management Service.
You hire someone to build/maintain your portfolio and pay him the fee/commission.

Kg+ for mehnat!

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Sm2698 wrote:

Yes bank is something undescribable bz i have seen ppl who made huge profits by buying around Rs.8 and sold it around Rs.20

Yes there are people who made large profits in Yes Bank but a majority of them were not experts & one thing I have learned is that following the wrong principle to earn money in stock market will sooner or later result in similarly huge loss aka these same people who made huge profits in yes bank shares will most likely end up incurring a similarly huge loss in some other yes bank like share in future because you can’t just change your mindset & philosophy especially if following that mindset & philosophy got you a good profit earlier.

That is why there are many people who make millions in stock market but true multimillionaires/billionaire investors in stock markets are relatively very few because they are experts who have figured out the right principles while majority of those who earn millions do so by following wrong principles & so they end up also making losses in millions resulting in net zero result.

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xuseronline wrote:

Portfolio Management Service.
You hire someone to build/maintain your portfolio and pay him the fee/commission.

thanks for explaining!

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guest_999 wrote:
Yes there are people who made large profits in Yes Bank but a majority of them were not experts & one thing I have learned is that following the wrong principle to earn money in stock market will sooner or later result in similarly huge loss aka these same people who made huge profits in yes bank shares will most likely end up incurring a similarly huge loss in some other yes bank like share in future because you can't just change your mindset & philosophy especially if following that mindset & philosophy got you a good profit earlier. That is why there are many people who make millions in stock market but true multimillionaires/billionaire investors in stock markets are relatively very few because they are experts who have figured out the right principles while majority of those who earn millions do so by following wrong principles & so they end up also making losses in millions resulting in net zero result. "@bikidas2060":https://www.desidime.com/users/...51 "@BubbleBoyChickenLittle":https://www.desidime.com/users/1...07 "@malikcool":https://www.desidime.com/users/...63 "@garamjalebi":https://www.desidime.com/users/1...15 "@mrKool_JJ":https://www.desidime.com/users/...01 "@Awake":https://www.desidime.com/users/...92

Money_Heist wrote:

@bikidas2060 bhai kl zerodha me ac bnaya..Ap 10-50rs wale share bta do longterm ke liye..I want to invest 25k

Bhai penny stocks me idea nai. Mere baat manoge toh paise faltu me jal jaenge. Experimental hun naa thoda