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    Program Highlights

    180 Hours of Intensive Training

    Live Classroom Learning

    100% Placement Assistance

    Practical Learning

    Case Studies

    Recorded Classes


    Other Features

    Stock Market Course Overview

    Best Financial Modeling and Valuation Program

    Gaining knowledge from scattered information about the stock market on the internet is like searching for a medical treatment without the doctor’s guidance.

    Instead of taking your trading cues from random tips, get ready to learn the ins and outs of the stock market and become a champion trader.

    The stock market Wizard training program from The Wall Street School is beautifully curated course by The Co Founders of The Wall Street School, Mr Manoj Goel and Mr Himanshu Jain basis their personal experience of successful investment in the stock market for more than 15 years.It takes anecdotes from the Holy Mahabharat, sporting and movies to bring out a complete practical perspective.

    How We are Different?

    • Most courses would just explain you the concepts and ‘definitions’ due to which, practical implementation would take a backseat. Even after completing the course, you would feel, “Now what?”
      On the other hand, our course would give you purely actionable items after we’ve delivered you the concepts.

    • Most of the courses will give a generic explanation on financial ratios which can be used for making investment decisions. However, they don’t state If’s and but’s attached to them, due to which you might lose money because these indicators can’t be used flat out for all the industries in general. For example, P/B Ratio benchmark can be different for manufacturing and service companies.

      On the other hand, our course takes care of such industry specific cases and exceptions in detail.

    • Many trainers might be delivering half-cooked information on basis of a few hit and trials, after which they record the video and launch their course without proper logics and assumptions.

      On the other hand, our course content has been drafted by Investment bankers (Including me) who have been into Valuations for more than a decade and thus, the content is well backed by proper research and industry accepted assumptions

    What are the drawbacks of the Stock Market Wizard Program by The Wall Street School?

    • We are not going to tell you about the company stocks that you should buy.

    • We will not be making recommendation groups where participants discuss about buying shares. Our Discussion forum will be purely for conceptual discussions and doubt solving.

    • It would get more and more complex, as you proceed with the lectures, unlike the usual Youtube videos which teach “stock market in 30 minutes”

    The Objective is to make you more resourceful, skillful and more empowered

    Stock market Wizard Program from The Wall Street School tailor-made programs that club both theoretical & practical training making you an ace investor and stock market trader. The hands-on experience these courses provide can help you write your stock market success story. Technical & Fundamental Stock Analysis

    Why Share Market Courses?

    Everyone wants to become a stock markets wizard, like Warren Buffet or Rakesh Jhunjhunwala. But, to become a successful trader, you need to identify the opportunities and act carefully. Share market courses equip you to trade in the stock markets efficiently. 

    In a nutshell, it makes you capable of independent decision-making. Here’s why you should choose the TWSS Share market course:

    Learn various tricks of stock trading like:

      • Applied and effective trading strategies
      • How stock markets operate
      • Identify & book trades at optimum levels
      • Stock & Portfolio Analysis
      • Read financial statements and interpret important ratios
      • Read & interpret charts in real time
      • Manage the risk of your portfolio

    Increase the profits on your investments

    Make full use of the growth opportunity in India

    Why Choose The Wall Street School for the Stock Market Course? (Essential Features)

    If you want to become the best, learn from the best! The Wall Street School has brought together the best curriculum designed by expert professionals and trainers to train you to become a pioneer stock market trader. Here’s why you should prepare for the share market coaching with TWSS:

    • Feasibility: With course fees of Rs. 12,500, the course is cost-effective
    • Flexibility: 50 hours of training accessible for up to 1 year
    • Experienced Trainers: Market experts with experience of over 10 years

    Trading Focused: The curriculum is focused on making you an independent stock market trader. Hence, all the tools and strategies you can use are taught.

    Watch Stock Market Related videos on our Youtube Channel

    Why Choose The Wall Street School for Stock Market Coaching?

    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 Course Eligibility

    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 India 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.

    Stock Market Course Duration

    With 50 hours of cumulative learning material and a validity of 1 year, you can cover the TWSS stock market course at your pace. The course includes:

      • Recorded video content from industry experts
      • Exclusive Financial Analysis Templates
      • Practical Training
      • Monthly Live Sessions
      • Student Discussion Forums

    Stock Market Coaching Eligibility

    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.

    Watch CFA Level 1 Related videos on our Youtube Channel

    Stock Market Course 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

    Job Opportunities after Share Market Courses

    Once you complete the stock market course, you can work in many different positions in the top companies around the world. Who can employ you?

    • Stock Brokers
    • Stock Exchanges
    • Clearing Houses
    • Registrars
    • Mutual Funds
    • Investment Bankers
    • Insurance Companies
    • Pension Funds
    • Research Institutes

    Average Stock Market Salary

    Depending on your aptitude and risk-taking ability, you should choose whether you want to take up a job after pursuing the TWSS stock market course or become a stock market investor. For beginners, the average annual salary can be around 5 lakhs per annum. But with experience, there is a scope for huge growth. 

    Trading independently is another option. While it is risky and doesn’t guarantee a fixed income, it also gives you the chance to enjoy high profits if your trade calls are correct.

    Job TitleSalary (INR)
    Fund Manager4 – 30 LPA
    Research Analyst4  – 10 LPA
    Equity Dealer3 – 10 LPA
    Risk Manager7 – 25 LPA
    Independent TraderDepends on your trades
    Portfolio Manager7 – 20 LPA
    Investment Manager5 – 12 LPA
    Investment Consultant3 – 17 LPA
    Stock Market Analyst3 – 10 LPA

    Share Market Training Fees in India

    It is our commitment to provide learning to all those who wish to learn. Unlike other trading programs, the TWSS stock market course provides comprehensive learning at affordable rates rather than a bits-and-pieces course. The course duration is 1 year and you can gain both theoretical and practical experience with the course. The cost of TWSS share market course fees is Rs. 12,500 only despite the wide course coverage.


    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.

    Placement Assistance at The Wallstreet School

    Stock Market Coaching Trainers

    Here’s a peek into our elite list of stock market course trainers.

    Manoj Goel

    CA Manoj Goel

    Director ARC Financial Services and Promoter of The Wall Street School Ex: Goldman Sachs, Times Private Equityr
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    Himanshu Jain

    CA Himanshu Jain

    Director- ARC Financial Services and Promoter of The Wall Street School Ex: McKinsey, PwC

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    Financial Modeling and Valuations Certification

    Once candidates are through with the FMVA Training, Candidates get certificate from The Wall Street School in Financial Modeling and Valuations. Certification from The Wall Street School is a revered Certificate in the Finance Industry recognized by Many Corporate and Financial Institutions. Sample Certificate is attached for reference

    Why the CPA Course? (Why Pursue CPA?)

    Why pursue CPA?​

    • Exam 1 Pattern:
      4 Hour Exam : 66 MCQs (50% Weightage) + 9 Short Task Based Simulations (50% Weightage)
      250 Hours Training + 50 Hours Revision & Practice

    Online Classes Duration

    Our CPA Program not only prepares a student for CPA exam, but also makes them Job ready by giving training for skills like Financial Modeling, Valuations, Stock Market Research, Excel etc.

    Students also get Job opportunities in Accounting and consulting firms through the placement network of The Wallstreet School.

    Duration & Fees for Classroom/Live Batches
    Fees for Live Stock Market Training₹ 1,00,000/- (Inclusive of all Taxes)
    Fees for Live Stock Market + Finanical Modeling Training₹ 1,20,000/- (Inclusive of all Taxes)

    Finance Education. Reimagined.

    Trusted by a Hundred Thousand+ Students, Professionals & Leading Organizations

    Learn from Experienced Finance Professionals

    Financial Modeling and Valuations Certification training is conducted by Full Time industry experts who have themselves worked in major Investment Banks, consulting private equity and equity research firms.

    Hear from our students

    Explore firsthand accounts of student experiences. Hear their stories, triumphs, and insights that make our community exceptional. Real voices, real impact.

    As a CA dropout who had interest in finance & want to pursue a career in it but didn’t know where to start with, The Wall street school’s Investment banking program : Financial modeling & Valuation Course was the best choice I made, All the faculties are really professional & the case studies , financial models, valuations we did were as per industry standards, This Course has marked a new beginning to my career as it’s placement helped me get the job role I desired.

    Soumya Jaiswal Placement: USP House - Investment Banking analyst

    I had an exceptional experience at TWSS during my FMV courses. The faculty’s expertise and teaching methods were top-notch, providing a comprehensive understanding of complex financial concepts. One of the highlights was the workshop on valuation techniques, which not only provided valuable insights but also served as a stepping stone for those interested in pursuing a career in Investment Banking. TWSS’s placement cell was instrumental in securing placements for many candidates, and their support extended beyond initial placement, which is truly commendable. I am grateful to TWSS for helping me kickstart my career in Investment Banking.

    CA Himanshu Hemant Placement: IAPL-KW Capital Advisors LLP

    TWSS helped me finding the way in the world of finance in which I am having keen interest in learning and exploring the way how things work. It was a great learning experience for me. Every teacher here is experienced and expert in imparting the knowledge to the students, Manoj sir and Himanshu sir were of great help during the course and placement. I am grateful for their support and mentorship.

    Jaspreet Kaur Placement: Infra Advisors, Assistant Manager

    This course was instrumental in securing my placement. It provided a comprehensive understanding of key concepts, practical applications, and industry insights. The hands-on projects enhanced my skills, making me well-prepared for the competitive corporate world. Thank you so much to the team for guidance throughout in navigating the placement process. The team’s insights and support have been invaluable, and I truly appreciate the time and expertise. Grateful for your assistance in shaping my career path. Overall, a highly recommended investment in both knowledge and career advancement.

    Pashmeen Kaur Placement : IDFC First Bank-Credit Analys

    Throughout my journey with TWSS, I have been continuously impressed by the depth and breadth of the curriculum, as well as the dedication and expertise of the instructors. The hands-on approach to learning, combined with real-world case studies and practical exercises, has allowed me to develop a strong foundation in financial modeling and valuation.Moreover, the supportive and collaborative learning environment at TWSS has fostered personal and professional growth, enabling me to challenge myself, expand my horizons, and push the boundaries of my capabilities

    Prajwal R Bharadwaj Placement: Adrasti - Investment Analyst

    My journey with The Wall Street School has been a transformative experience. Through their comprehensive financial modeling and valuation classes, I gained invaluable skills and knowledge that prepared me for the finance industry. Also the placement process is very smooth and transparent. I’m incredibly grateful for the opportunities and support provided by The Wall Street School.

    Sagar Rana Placement: FAB Analytics - Financial Analyst

    Frequently Asked Questions

    The stock market is a vast ocean that cannot be covered within a limited course curriculum. However, a good stock market course trains you enough to effortlessly swim in the ocean, avoid heavy losses, and get your bucket full of profits. As you gain experience and start deciphering the markets, you can increase your profits. The biggest mistake you can make in the stock market is to rely solely on fundamental or technical analysis. 

    The Wall Street School brings to you the best stock market coaching in India. Our course has been carefully curated by experts with more than a decade of experience in stock market trading and institutional investors. Covering a diverse set of topics along with technical analysis, fundamental analysis & real-time simulated trading experience makes it extremely popular and useful.

    A career in the stock market can be rewarding for individuals with a strong interest in finance, analytics, and risk management. Whether you want to get a job related to the stock market or want to become an accomplished trader, the range of career options is immense.

    The TWSS Stock market coaching offers opportunities to learn disciplines like stock analysis, portfolio management, and financial advising from our expert group of faculty members. As the stock market is dynamic and subject to economic fluctuations, it requires a solid understanding of market dynamics, continuous learning, and the ability to manage risks. Stock market coaching is the best for those with a passion for investing and the resilience to overcome turbulent times.

    To learn the ins & outs of the stock markets and become an expert trader, follow these steps:

    Step 1: Join the TWSS Stock Market Coaching

    With our stock market course, you can get the following benefits:

    • 1 year of comprehensive learning material
    • Reading & understanding the Financial Statements
    • Technical & Fundamental Analysis
    • Templates to undertake financial analysis
    • Practical uses of these techniques
    • Hands-on practical experience in stock market trading

    Step 2: Learn from other’s experiences

    There are numerous videos and blogs posted by stock market experts. Listen to their experiences and learn from their mistakes so that you do not commit the same errors.

    Step 3: Keep track of the news and its effect on the stock market

    The stock markets are affected by various types of events. The best way to learn about the stock markets is by tracking the news and analyzing how the stock markets react to such news.

    Step 4: Learn while trading by yourself

    Stock markets are complex and cannot be completely understood by studying the theory itself. You need to keep learning with practical experience.

    When it comes to the stock markets, you need various skills to be able to get a hold of the markets. Here are some of the best courses that can help you learn about the stock markets:

    • TWSS Stock Markert Coaching Classes: Designed specifically to train you for 360 degrees in all stock market disciplines. 
    • CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst): CFA is an in-depth course for learning about financial statements and fundamental analysis.
    • FRM (Financial Risk Management): FRM is a course that teaches you about building a portfolio and minimizing inherent risk.

    NSE Stock Market Courses: The National Stock Exchange (NSE) provides many small courses to train individuals about the practical aspects of stock market trading.

    After completing the TWSS Stock Market Coaching, you can take up diverse roles in corporate, and institutional investors or even choose to become an independent trader & investor. Depending on your choice & experience, you can earn a fortune from the stock markets. For stock market-related job roles, you can easily get a salary between INR 6-30 Lakhs in India. On the other hand, if you learn the tricks of the trade and become a successful trader, the sky is the limit.

    There is no set qualification to become a stock market trader. Even if you are not a graduate, you can learn the stock market and start investing your money. But, here are some skills the TWSS stock market coaching helps you to develop to avoid losses in the stock market:

    • Fiscal Prudence: Saving & investing with prudence. Investing only that much amount which you are comfortable losing. 
    • Basics of Stock Market: You should learn the basics of the stock market course. How the market functions and how the stock prices fluctuate.
    • Fundamental & Technical Analysis: Stock markets are a combination of 2 forces, the record of a company’s performance and how the investors perceive the company’s future.
    • Perfect entry & exit: You need to understand when to book a profit or a loss to safeguard your capital from erosion without letting your emotions govern you.

    It is our motive at TWSS to make learning affordable for all. Hence, we charge a nominal fee to the students who enroll in our Stock market coaching classes. 

    TWSS Stock Market Coaching Fees: Rs. 12,500/-

    This includes:

    • Extensive training material
    • Real-time stock market trading experience
    • Templates for Stock Analysis
    • Advanced Softwares training

    Even if you do not have a finance background, our stock market coaching will make you an expert in the stock markets.

    Stock markets are like an ocean. It is easier to learn the techniques to swim, but it takes a lot of practice to become a pro swimmer. The TWSS Stock market coaching is designed in such a way that you get a lot of simulated trading experience which you can apply while trading.

    TWSS Stock Market Coaching Duration: 50 hours of classes (Validity 1 year)

    Even after completing the course, you can participate in the discussion forums, ask your doubts about the faculties, and learn as you grow in experience.

    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.

    Average CPA Salary

    If you work in India after completing the CPA course, you can easily expect an average salary between Rs. 7-9 Lakhs p.a. As you take up challenging tasks and grow in experience, your salary also grows.

    When it comes to working abroad, the CPA certification is acceptable in pretty much all countries. The salary of a CPA in the US is between $ 70,000 – 80,000 p.a.

    Job TitleSalary (INR)
    Financial Planner3 – 10 LPA
    Budget Manager10  – 20 LPA
    Accountant3 – 8 LPA
    Auditor5 – 20 LPA
    Financial Analyst5 – 12 LPA
    Investment Advisor5 – 12 LPA
    Tax Consultant5 – 10 LPA
    Risk Manager9 – 23 LPA
    Personal Financial Advisor5 – 20 LPA
    Government Advisor5 – 12 LPA
    Forensic Accountant5 – 12 LPA

    Comparison Between CA and CPA

    One of the most prestigious accounting courses in India is the Chartered Accountancy (by ICAI). However, many CAs who want to pursue a career abroad have to take up the CPA course. This is because of the international outlook and acceptability in over 150 countries. 

    While CA is a long and tedious course with a low passing rate (not more than 20% at all 3 levels), the CPA course is also popular for its shorter duration and higher passing rates (between 41-60%). Here are the key differences between the 2 courses:

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