A small introduction about us
A Stock Market or Share Market is a market place where buyers and sellers trade the stocks of the different companies on a digital platform.
Normally the capital of a company is divided into small small units and are offered for sale to raise capital for the future expansion. These small units are called Stocks or Shares or Equities. If the company performs well, then its share price increase and eventually who own those stocks become rich.
A trader who knows The Technical Analysis has the ability to forecast the price movement of the different stocks. To become a successful trader one needs the right education and should have discipline and perseverance.
Here in Odisha Institute of Technical Analysis (OITA), we teach and transform a common trader into a successful trader through practical demonstration and well-designed training programme. We teach various intraday strategies and positional strategies. Some strategies are simple and some are complex in nature but will surely give success if followed with discipline.
We also organise different seminars and workshops whenever and wherever it is required.
Come and join with us to learn some secrets and tricks of this wonderful business... ...
Because we offer you the following facilities during training period which we believe are highly beneficial for you
: How to read a chart
: Where and how to place your entries, targets and stop losses.
: Long term trend, medium term trend and short term trend.
: The support and resistance zones.
: Different candlestick patterns
: Intraday strategies
: Investment strategies
: How to manage your risk and limit your losses.
All the views and contents mentioned in this site are merely for educational purposes and are not recommendations or tips offered to any person(s) with respect to the purchase or sale of the stocks / futures. We do not accept any liability / loss accruing from the use of any content from this site. We are not SEBI registered Technical Analysts. All readers of this site must rely on their own discretion and neither any analyst nor any publisher shall be responsible for the outcome.