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Old 30th January 2009, 12:32 PM
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Hi Alchemist & Man,

I am interested in learning technical analysis and I am currently reading a book by Rajiv D Khatlawala. I came to know about a 1 day technical analysis course conducted by www.icharts.in founder in Delhi tomorrow and I am not sure if I should attend it or no.

I wanted to know will this course be helpful or a waste of time and money.. do they actually teach basic things in 1 day which help in learning technicals..... plz advice if possible..

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If you aren't bothered about the cost, you can attend the workshop.

In a single day, you won't be able to learn anything more than the basics of technical analysis.

No one becomes a good technical trader in a single day.

Technical analysis is an art.

Like all arts, it cannot be mastered in a day.

No one learns to play the piano in a day.

Similarly, you will need to observe and experiment for many months (maybe years) before you can use technical analysis for regular profits.

If you invest the same Rs 3500 in purchasing good books on technical analysis and trading, you might actually benefit more.
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hi

can u please give me name of some good books.
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can u please give me name of some good books.
See this thread:

Recommended Books On Technical Analysis.
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I would also recommend a book: John J. Murphy, Technical Analysis of the Financial Markets. I have it in pdf form, so try to find it somewhere on internet.
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If you want to make a career as a technical analyst, you can opt for a course, and also some software skills would help. But the rules of the stock market don't always have to be so 'by-the-book'. Better to observe the price charts on your own and do your own homework.
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