Modules

  • 1. Introduction to Stock Markets

    14 chapters
    Money needs to be invested to cover the cost of Inflation. This opens us to the Stock Markets, learn about basics of investing in this module
  • 2. Technical Analysis

    21 chapters
    Technical Analysis helps identify trading opportunities using actions of Market Participants through charts, patterns, and indicators.
  • 3. Fundamental Analysis

    16 chapters
    Fundamental Analysis is the art of evaluating the intrinsic value of a stock to find long-term investing opportunities. Learn stock analysis in this module
  • 4. Futures Trading

    12 chapters
    Futures Trading involves trading in contracts in the derivatives markets. This module covers the various intricacies involved in undergoing a futures trade including margins, leverages, pricing, etc
  • 5. Options Theory for Professional Trading

    23 chapters
    Options is a contract where the price of the options is based on an underlying. Options contracts grant the buyer the right to buy the underlying without a compulsory obligation
  • 6. Option Strategies

    13 chapters
    The module covers various options strategies that can be built with a multi-dimensional approach based on Market trend involving Option Greeks, Risk-Return, etc.
  • 7. Markets and Taxation

    7 chapters
    The module covers the taxation aspect of investing/trading in the stock markets. The process of calculating P&L, payment of taxes, filing returns, etc. is explained
  • 8. Currency, Commodity, and Government Securities

    19 chapters
    This module covers the Currency,  MCX Commodity contract, and the Government Securities (GSec) traded in the Indian Markets.
  • 9. Risk Management & Trading Psychology

    16 chapters
    The module covers the risk management aspect along with the psychology required for being consistent and profitable while trading
  • 10. Trading Systems

    16 chapters
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Chapter updates


  • 350 10. Trading Systems

    Ch 15 – Calendar Spreads

    15.1 – The classic approach I had briefly introduced the concept of calendar spreads in Chapter 10 of the Futures Trading module. Traditionally calendar spreads are dealt with a price based approac ..

    June 23, 2018
  • 99 10. Trading Systems

    Ch 16 – Momentum Portfolios

    16.1 – Defining Momentum If you have spent some time in the market, then I’m quite certain that you’ve been bombarded with market jargons of all sorts. Most of us get used to these jargons and i ..

    March 15, 2019
  • 152 2. Technical Analysis

    Ch 21 – Interesting features on TradingView

      If you don’t know already, then TradingView is now available on Kite. Here is the TradingQ&A post announcing the beta launch. Given this, I thought I could share a few of my favourite ..

    March 9, 2019
  • 151 10. Trading Systems

    Ch 14 – Live Example – 2

    14.1 – Position Sizing I know, the discussion on pair trading was to end with the previous chapter, but I thought I had to discuss a special case before we finally wrap up. I’ll also try and keep ..

    May 30, 2018
  • 158 10. Trading Systems

    Ch 13 – Live Example -1

    13.1 – Tracking the pair data We have finally reached a point where we are through with all the background theory knowledge required for Pair Trading. I know most of you have been waiting for this m ..

    May 25, 2018

Recent comments


  • 169 MIHIRSINH PARMAR on The Cash Flow statement

    I can understand following statement , correct me if i am wrong. 1) If Net Cash flow is -ve means company has spend more money out of reserves or current years profit. in such case Bank account can be zero also or a positive. Cash spending can be ...

    18 Jun 2019
  • It is hard to give you a definite answer. However, to give you a perspective, if SBI created a DCC with prior trend lasting for 8 trading session and at the same time ICIC too formed a DCC with prior trend lasting 3-4 sessions, then I'd bet on SBI. ...

    18 Jun 2019
  • Sarath, this does not matter because when you short, you do not carry forward the position in the spot as you will have to square off the position on the same day. In futures, it does not really matter. Yes, the shares are bought back by the compan ...

    18 Jun 2019
  • 611 Karthik Rangappa on Volumes

    Yes, this is because the volume keeps increasing as the day progresses. So volume at 10:00 AM will always be lower compared to volume at say 11:00 AM. ...

    18 Jun 2019
  • 353 Karthik Rangappa on The Stock Markets

    You must be checking the last traded price versus the close price, both are different. Check this - https://support.zerodha.com/category/trading-and-markets/trading-faqs/articles/ltp-doesnt-match-close ...

    18 Jun 2019
Karthik Rangappa authors and curates Varsity for Zerodha. He has more than a decade of research experience in the financial markets, and travels widely conducting educational programmes.

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