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    Stock Market Courses in Mumbai - Overview

    Stock Market Courses are practical training for investing & trading in the Stock Markets. As a stock trader or investor, you need to keep up with a vast number of changes all around the globe. The Wall Street School Stock Market Courses in Mumbai prepare you to become the best stock trader in the world along with practical training in the stock markets.

    The work of a stock trader includes:

    • Keeping track of global changes and identifying investment opportunities
    • Building an ideal portfolio where:
           → the overall risk is less, and 
           → the returns are extraordinary
    • Learning about reading stock charts and identifying the right time to enter or exit a trade
    • Handling investment portfolios of individuals, funds, insurance companies, etc.

    Our practical training methods, experienced faculty, exhaustive preparatory material, and affordable fees make it one of the best stock market classes in Mumbai. Innovative learning with the TWSS course will make you both theoretically and practically adept with the stock markets.

    Enroll with the TWSS stock market courses in Mumbai to boost your career.

    Stock Market Training Eligibility

    Who can take up this course?

    Is there a minimum education requirement for you to start trading in the stock markets? Well, no! You should be able to understand the basics of stock markets and how financial transactions work. So, you only need to be an investment enthusiast. 

    TWSS provides one of the best stock market courses in Mumbai to anyone who wants to create strategies and invest in the stock markets. Be no longer dependent on random tips to trade in the stock markets

    Individuals seeking to invest In Stock Markets with their own strategies and not Based On Tips Or Through Mutual Funds

    For a detailed Q & A session on Stock Market Investing and this course, you can attend the exclusive webinar from the co-founder of The WallStreet School.

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    Why Choose The Wall Street School for the Stock Market Course in Mumbai?

    Hands-on Experience

    Usage of complex tools to do self-analysis and formulate strategies

    Best-in-class Trainers

    Videos recorded by Industry professionals with 10+ years of experience.

    Core Practical Training

    Conceptual explanation with real life examples & practical insights

    Extensive Curriculum

    Covers each and every aspect of stock market with detailed explanations

    Exclusive TWSS™ Templates

    Prebuilt templates by TWSS to analyse company’s Financial health

    100+ Concepts in 50 Hours

    12 Modules covering 100+ concepts, Practice Files, Tests and Videos

    Student Discussion Forum

    Active student community for posting doubts and problem solving

    Monthly Live Sessions

    Monthly Live Session by Promotors of TWSS to share recent insights

    Stock Market Classes in Mumbai Curriculum

    Each and every concept of stock market has been covered in depth in our modules. Given below is an index of the same.

    Background, Learnings from History and historical facts :

    • CAGR return of PPF, Gold, Silver, real estate, Stocks for last 40 years
    • Annual Returns of Investment of S&P 500
    • BSE Return on last 10-20-30 years
    • Time line of Major events in the World
    • Indian Multi Baggers in last 25 years
    • India’s Biggest Wealth creating companies and sectors in last 5 years
    • How stock markets behaved in first half of 2020
    • Stock Market Behaviour during Crisis of extreme nature historically
    • An Analogy from Cricket

    Tools for Stock Market Analysis

    • 6 Tools for Stock Market Analysis
    • Practical example from BSE Alerts
    • Why focus is important
    • How to Time the Markets

    How to time the Markets

    • Inputs from Stock price movement of Amazon, Google and Reliance
    • Sir Issac Newton on Stock Markets timing
    • Practical examples of understanding timing the stocks and solving in Excel
    • Who can time the markets
    • Learnings from Berkshire Hathway Letter to shareholders 2019

    Mistake 1

    • Jack Maa on Learning from Mistakes
    • How many people make money in Stock Markets
    • Percentage of profitable traders
    • Mistake 1 elaborated with practical examples from stock markets

    Mistake 2

    • Mistake 2 Elaborated
    • What happened on 23 April 2013
    • Normal trap which investors fall prey
    • What happens through Business Channels (practical example)
    • Why and how stocks markets are considered Casino
    • Practical examples of investors being fooled
    • Insights from Bollywood

    Mistake 3

    • Practical example of Indian Companies
    • Warren Buffett on Mistake 3
    • Learning the power of compounding
    • What is Special 26
    • Which companies will grow
    • Why we have to let our money work for us for financial independence
    • Relating mistakes to Cricketing analogy
    • What Oscar Figueroa teaches us about fundamental investing

    Mistake 4

    • Inputs from Warren Buffett
    • Companies strategy on being asset light
    • Personal experience of taking a housing loan
    • Inferences from Berkshire Hathway Letter to shareholders 2017-2018-2020
    • Amitabh Bachchan on Debt

    Mistake 5

    • Practical example about learning from Mistake 5
    • What happens when you take a position
    • What happened during Reliance AGM on 13 July 2020
    • What happened during the start of Lockdown during Mar’20 end
    • Issues with Derivatives Trading
    • Warren Buffett Tips for Individual investors
    • Summarizing all mistakes with a poem by Sh. Harivansh Rai Bachchan

    How Many stocks to own in a portfolio

    • Inputs from Berkshire Hathway Letter to Shareholders’1978 and 2020
    • Inputs from successful stock market veterans
    • Rational for quality of stocks
    • Inputs from Financial Analyst Journal 1972
    • TWSS Analysis of performance of mutual funds in last 5 years and reasons

    Alpha and Beta

    • Setting the context of Alpha and Beta
    • What would be Rs 100 in 2010 for different asset classes
    • Alpha Defined
    • Beta Defined
    • Video of Sushant Singh Rajput explaining Alpha and Beta
    • Understanding Beta Levels
    • Understanding Calculation of Beta in Excel
    • Calculating Beta Calculation across different dates
    • Comparing stock movement of high beta and low beta stocks with BSE Sensex across sectors
    • What is Comfortable Beta Level
    • Story of a Man with a Balancing stick

    Moats (Part A)

    • Analogy from Cricket
    • Critical sectors understanding
    • MOAT Defined
    • Attributes of MOAT
    • Learnings from Warren Buffett About MOATS
    • Types of MOATS
    • How to calculate MOAT
    • Practical example of companies looking into their annual report
    • Understanding Barriers to Entry

    Moats (Part B)

    • Discussing financials of some companies with MOATS
    • Practical example of some companies with MOATS and understanding their business model
    • Practical example of some companies with unbreachable MOATS
    • How Economic MOATS convert into more profits
    • How to identify stocks with MOAT
    • Use of Morning Star Data for MOAT
    • Analyzing Stock performance of MOAT Stocks
    • Use of Screener

    Moats (Part C)

    • Understanding Return on Capital employed and Return on Equity in detail with practical example
    • Understanding 2 different Business needs and requirements
    • Interpretation when Return on Equity in High
    • Interpretation when Return on Capital employed in high
    • RoE of 6 dominant Indian firms in last 20 years
    • Why and how business of some companies double every 4-5 years

    Do Moats Erode?

    • How the customer preferences change (Practical example)
    • Practical example of some super brands fading
    • Inputs from Berkshire Hathway Letter to Shareholders 2007
    • Cricketing analogy featuring Saurav Ganguly, Yuvraj Singh, Rahul Dravid
    • Concluding MOATS
    • Taking data from Bloomberg Quint
    • Companies constituting BSE Sensex when BSE started
    • Common Companies giving best returns in 10 year, 5 year, 3 year horizon
    • Creating your account on
    • How to create a search query
    • Applying different filters basis the criteria chosen
    • Attributes a company should have when filters are applied
    • Understanding from Warren Buffett
    • Structure of Annual Report ( Practical examples)
    • Understanding Company business
    • Finding out shareholding pattern including pledged shares
    • Evaluation of Management
    • Where to find investors complaints
    • Identifying Related Party Transactions
    • Management Remuneration

    Introduction to Financial Statements

    • Letter to shareholders by Satyam Promoters
    • Practical examples of well-known companies becoming insolvent
    • Practical connect of Financial statements with Cricket
    • Learnings from Philip Fisher
    • Introduction to Financial Statements
    • Check list for Financial Health
    • Introduction to Case Study for understanding Financial statements
    • Learning from Warren Buffett

    Understanding Revenues and Cost of Goods sold

    • Format of Income Statement and some practical snapshots
    • Identifying Revenue Drivers for various companies
    • Elaborating Revenues and basis of it
    • Decoding Warren Buffett Letter to Shareholders’2007
    • Practical examples of sales, operating profit and Net Profits of multiple companies
    • Understanding Great, Good and Gruesome businesses
    • Basis of Increase or decrease of Revenues
    • Use of Screener to identify top 10 revenue generating companies in India
    • Starting to solve the case study
    • Elaborating cost of goods sold and gross profit
    • Interpretation if Gross profit increases/decreases over time
    • Practical examples of companies whose sales fell and margins remained intact and how to decipher this
    • Practical examples of companies in same industry whose margins got impacted /became better
    • How to deal with cyclical businesses
    • Interpretation from Warren Buffett Letter to shareholders 1987
    • Completion of case study till revenues and cost of goods sold

    Understanding Fixed /Intangible assets, Depreciation/Amortization

    • Understanding Business Expenses
    • Bifurcating revenue and capital expenses
    • Capitalization of Interest cost and why it is a critical means to analyze
    • Practical example of companies capitalizing interest cost
    • Difference of straight line and written down value method of calculation
    • How to calculate deprecation under 2 methods in Excel
    • Understanding Goodwill and Intangible assets
    • Learnings from Berkshire Hathway Letter to Shareholders 2019
    • Decoding Great, Good and Gruesome businesses
    • Understanding Various Ratios for analysis of Financial statements
    • Understanding DuPont Analysis with practical examples of Indian listed companies
    • Ratios for financial health check-up
    • Understanding profitability, solvency and efficiency ratios
    • Practical examples of ratios, reading and comprehending them
    • Why a leading battery maker capex was not justifying sales and profitability
    • Understanding great, good and gruesome businesses
    • Inputs from Berkshire Hathway letter to Shareholders 1995

    Completing Income Statement

    • Completing Fixed assets Schedule and understanding Prorating the data and Debt Schedule
    • Understanding Interest coverage ratio
    • Preparation of Debt Schedule
    • Completing Net Income and bifurcating net Income

    Dividend and Retained Earnings

    • Sources of Finding out stocks with good dividend yields
    • How mind corruption happens wrt to Dividend paying stocks
    • Filters in Screener for Dividend
    • Understanding Berkshire Hathway letter to shareholders 1984
    • Comprehending Berkshire Hathway Letter to shareholders 2012
    • What is important? Dividend or Retained earning
    • Top ten holding of President of India
    • Understanding Value created per rupee of Retained Earning
    • Analysis from TWSS Template for value Creation per rupee of retained earning
    • Practical examples of Listed Indian companies wrt Value Creation
    • Stock Price Movement of Government companies last 10 years
    • Comparing RoCE, RoE and Divident Paid for companies in Multiple sectors

    Understanding Balance Sheet – Liability Side

    • Asset Light strategy of top 50 Corporate in India
    • Inputs from Berkshire Hathway Letter to shareholders 2017
    • How to identify Debt Free Companies
    • Debt relative to shareholder equity
    • Debt relative to earnings
    • Practical interferences of Debt from company’s annual report reading
    • Understanding Pledged Percentage with practical example
    • Why assured rentals of some leading Real estate building might not be a great idea -Practical example

    Understanding Working Capital

    • How credit cycle works in India
    • Understanding Working capital -Definition and comprehension
    • Inputs from Berkshire Hathway letter to shareholders, 2018
    • Issues with Many start-ups today when focus is on sales and not profitability
    • Practical examples of Infrastructure companies, Beverage companies facing heat of working capital
    • How to check working capital issues in a firm looking into their financials
    • Comparing Paint companies and analyzing the impact of working capital
    • Comparing Auto companies and analyzing the impact of working capital

    Understanding Balance Sheet – Asset Side

    • Understanding Asset side items on the Balance Sheet
    • What Charlie Munger says on Asset side of Balance Sheet
    • Example of Intangible asset heavy Balance Sheet and its repercussions
    • Practical example of Balance Sheets whose stock rose but no strength in Balance sheet and losses incurred
    • Example of acquisition without rational and then bearing the brunt
    • Cash diversion from Books of accounts
    • Practical example of Investments becoming a prominent asset side item
    • Cash diversion from Books of accounts
    • Related party transaction and how the same is used to siphon off funds from the business- Practical Examples
    • Why many IPOs did not give returns to shareholders -Practical Example(s)
    • Inferences from Related party transactions
    • Practical examples of horrible corporate Governance
    • Related examples from Cricket featuring MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli
    • Practical case study on how funds were siphoned off from business looking into Balance Sheet

    Completing Balance Sheet

    • Completing Liability side and Asset side of the case study
    • Balance Sheet at a point of time

    Why free Cash flows and not net cash flows

    • Understanding Difference in Free Cash flows and Net Cash Flows
    • Why cannot investors be fooled if analyzing free cash flows (Practical example in Excel)
    • How Free Cash can help if Sales are inflated
    • How Free Cash can help if operating exp is capitalized
    • Why Hawk Eye is required
    • Write offs by SBI
    • Introductions – Valuation of a Stock
    • Overview of Valuation Methods
    • Case Study : Tech Mahindra using DCF Method of Valuation
    • Case Study : Tech Mahindra using relative Method of Valuation
    • Case Study Files
    • Introduction to technical analysis
    • Understanding Trends
    • Understanding Market Cycle
    • How to Grow a Small Trading Account
    • Rules Of Trading You Cannot Break
    • Identification of current trends using market structure
    • Candlestick pattern – Neutral Pattern
    • Candlestick pattern – Reversal pattern
    • Candlestick pattern – Continuation pattern
    • Chart pattern – Reversal pattern
    • Chart pattern – Neutral pattern
    • Chart pattern – Continuation pattern
    • Strength of trend identification- Price action
    • Basics of Support and Resistance
    • Horizontal support & resistance
    • Trading horizontal support & resistance
    • Trending Support – Resistance
    • Trading trend line
    • Dynamic support & resistance
    • Learning Stoplosses
    • Understanding Risk – Reward Ratio
    • Trading through price action and technical indicators
    • How to be Successful Longterm Trader

    This Section includes :

    • Market Updates
    • Current Trends
    • Recent Learnings
    • Trading opportunities

    Stock Market Course Fees in Mumbai

    Duration & Fees

    Who can take up this course?

    Individuals seeking to invest In Stock Markets with their own strategies and not Based On Tips Or Through Mutual Funds

    For a detailed Q & A session on Stock Market Investing and this course, you can attend the exclusive webinar from the co-founder of The WallStreet School.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Stock market trading is one of the most popular professions these days. With the growing financial knowledge and opportunities for wealth creation using stock markets, The Wall Street School stock market courses in Mumbai can help you build your dream career. The course is designed by highly experienced and qualified stock market professionals.

    At TWSS it is our mission to make coaching affordable without compromising on quality material and experienced faculties. Our stock market courses in Mumbai fees is Rs. 12,500 for 50 hours of comprehensive training.

    Once you complete the stock market training in Mumbai as an expert, you can either choose to become an independent trader & investor or take up employment opportunities with stock exchanges, stock brokers, mutual funds, insurance companies, etc. A stock expert’s salary can vary between Rs. 5-50 lakhs. But, for independent traders, the sky is the limit. You can also enroll in our placement assistance program to save the efforts of finding employment yourself.

    Stock markets offer lucrative investment opportunities that nobody wants to miss out on. With the increasing financial literacy and technological advancement to facilitate trading across global stock markets, stock market trading is becoming a trendy career opportunity. The TWSS stock market classes in Mumbai can be your ticket to making a successful career as a stock trader and investor.

    Here’s how you can build a successful career with the Stock Market certification:

    • Enroll for the TWSS Stock Market courses in Mumbai
    • Learn the financial models and their usage to build stock portfolios
    • Become job-ready with skills training
    • With our placement assistance program, get assured employment to kickstart your career
    • Choose to become an independent stock market trader and grow your wealth through investments

    The Wall Street School offers a success-based placement program for the candidates enrolled for its Stock Market course in Mumbai. A one-time fee of Rs. 75,000 is chargeable only in case you get a job from the TWSS placement program.

    You can click here to enroll for the TWSS Stock Market classes in Mumbai as well as our placement assistance program. You can sign up as a student and request a callback from TWSS for your requisite course. You can choose from 3 types of training programs, classroom training, online live classes, and recorded videos.

    The stock market course provides participants with an understanding of stock market operations and helps them with the necessary skills for planned investment decisions. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced investor, the course is designed to benefit individuals at all levels. It covers fundamental concepts, technical analysis, risk management, and portfolio diversification, empowering participants to navigate the stock market confidently.

    What subjects are covered in the stock market course?
    Answer: The stock market course covers essential topics such as stock market basics, fundamental and technical analysis, risk management, portfolio management, trading strategies, market psychology, and the use of relevant tools and trading platforms. These topics provide participants with a well-rounded understanding of the stock market and investment strategies.

    While a stock market course significantly improves participants investment skills and knowledge, it cannot guarantee profitable investments. The stock market is unpredictable, and success relies on factors beyond the course material. The course helps participants to make informed decisions, manage risks, and enhance their chances of success. Always remember that investing carries some element of risks, and individual results will vary based on market conditions and personal choices.

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