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Because you have to start from somewhere.” – Ms. Vedika Joshi (stock market expert)

No doubt that stock market investment is risky and people are afraid of losing their hard-earned money in it but also this can be the quickest way to multiply your savings as well. Ms. Vedika Joshi, an expert in stock market analysis and investment is sharing a few golden words for beginners.
You are at a stage where you know about financial markets and how they work, nifty, corporate actions, IPO terminologies, etc. but do you know yourself enough to step into the stock market? It is crucial to find out how much risk you can take. You may check out this video to understand how to check your risk profile. Other important points include understanding your investment horizon, and capital and keeping your short-term liquidity intact with an emergency fund.
But wait, what factors could you consider in deciding all of this? Factors like your monthly income expenses, the number of dependents in your family, your/your family’s medical expenses, your age, and your other financial goals will help you find out the answers you need before jumping into the market. Another important question to ask yourself is whether you possess the required skills to make well-informed investment decisions ahead. There are 2 branches in equity analysis namely- Fundamental analysis (FA) and Technical analysis (TA) and I think understanding both works the best to make good investment decisions.
To put it simply for you, Technical analysis involves observing past price movement and patterns of a financial asset to predict future price direction. TA will help you understand the current market trend. This is possible by studying various candlesticks, charts, and indicators. Investors and traders both need to learn TA. Now, you might be wondering, “For traders, it’s understood, but why do investors need to learn TA?” The answer is simple. After performing an extensive FA of a company, don’t you wish to get the stock at the best possible price available in the market? Of course, you do! Hence, you must learn TA to know the best time and best price to enter/exit a stock. Now the big question is how do you know what is the best time & price to enter/exit stocks? I got you covered. I have designed a course on “Technical analysis” which will help you understand TA in the most systematic, simplified, and practical way.
“The journey should be better than the destination.” I am sure you would totally relate to this line, while you are on this amazing journey of learning about the stock market and investing. But the question that remains is what sequence you should follow while watching the courses. First, get your basics in place by completing the Basics of Stock Market course. Then you can go ahead with Fundamental Analysis, Art of value investing, and lastly Technical Analysis to reach that advanced level destiny you all wished for. I have designed these courses in the most simplified manner such that a person from a non-finance background, housemaker, student, or retired, everyone, will understand it.
Ms. Joshi sums up her thoughts by saying that before starting investing, of course, it’s very important to learn about the basic fundamentals no matter how big a businessman you are or how much you are earning through your job or venture.

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