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is there a course for stock exchange?

i want to pursue a career in stock exchange. What do i need to study for that? stock-market stocks-investing stock-trading bond sharepoint

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Fuzzy’s Answer

ATMA - Association of Technical Market Analysts
Short Term Courses - NSE - National Stock Exchange of India Ltd.
Basic Course on Stock Markets - Welcome to BSE Institute Ltd.
this are some institution which will give you the information you require

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Mohamed’s Answer

NSE Academy's Certified Capital Market Professional (NCCMP): Short Term course


NSE Academy, in collaboration with reputed colleges and institutes in India, has been offering a short-term course called NSE Academy's Certified NCCMP since August 2009, in the campuses of the respective colleges/ institutes.
The aim of the NCCMP Program is to develop skills and competency in securities markets. It is a 100 hours program, spanning over 3 – 4 months and covering theoretical and practical training in subjects related to capital markets. Successful candidates are awarded joint certification from NSE Academy and the concerned college. NCCMP covers the following subjects:
Equity markets
Debt markets
Derivatives
Macro economics
Technical analysis
Fundamental analysis


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Online Course: Online NSE Academy's Certified Capital Market Professional (E-NCCMP)


NSE Academy, in collaboration with Kredent Academy, is offering an online comprehensive programme called Online NSE Academy Certified Capital Market Professional (E-NCCMP) Course. This course will be delivered through Kredent Academy’s elearning platform - Elearnmarkets.com


Source: https://www.nseindia.com/education/content/module_nccmp.htm

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Abhishek’s Answer

The following resources exist in libraries and on the Internet for an individual to learn about investing in the stock market:
A stock market simulator allows one to trade without using real funds (also referred to as "paper trading"). These simulators are offered by organizations associated with the stock market (such as the Chicago Board Options Exchange) and the types of for-profit education companies mentioned in Non-traditional classroom settings.
Articles Financial magazines like Money (magazine),Kiplinger and Forbes provide investing articles, though their target market is aimed at more general investors. Magazines that focus on trading derivatives are Active Trader and Tradersworld. Magazines with an online presence also offer access to some, if not all, of their articles online.
Web sites devoted to the stock market or trading arena post articles online or send them via email to subscribers. These web sites can be free, non-profit, or for-profit.


Books written by investors and traders.
Online forums that discuss subjects related to the stock market and trading derivatives.
Non-profit organizations that offer stock market educational material: American Association of Individual Investors
Alliance for Investor Education
BetterInvesting Community
Investor Protection Trust
National Endowment for Financial Education
North American Securities Administrators Association
Securities and Exchange Commission, Office of Investor Education and Assistance


Stock market organizations that offer stock market educational material: American Stock Exchange
Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE)
Council for Economic Education
Financial Industry Regulatory Authority
NASDAQ Educational Foundation
New York Stock Exchange

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Seema’s Answer

NSE, in collaboration with reputed colleges and institutes in India, has been offering a short-term course called NSE Certified Capital Market Professional (NCCMP) since August 2009, in the campuses of the respective colleges/ institutes.


It is a 100 hours program, spanning over 3 – 4 months and covering theoretical and practical training in subjects related to capital markets. Successful candidates are awarded joint certification from NSE and the concerned college. NCCMP covers the following subjects:


Equity markets
Debt markets
Derivatives
Macro economics
Technical analysis
Fundamental analysis

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CK’s Answer

Check out the link below:
https://www.quora.com/Is-there-any-certified-course-related-to-stock-market#:~:text=If%20you%20can%20study%20by,National%20Institute%20of%20Securities%20Market)..

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Hey CK, which one of these answers/sites should the student focus on? Gurpreet Lally, CareerVillage.org Team

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CK’s Answer

Check out the link below:
https://www.quora.com/Is-there-any-certified-course-related-to-stock-market#:~:text=If%20you%20can%20study%20by,National%20Institute%20of%20Securities%20Market)..

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Philson’s Answer

NSE Academy, in collaboration with reputed colleges and institutes in India, has been offering a short-term course called NSE Academy's Certified NCCMP since August 2009, in the campuses of the respective colleges/ institutes.
The aim of the NCCMP Program is to develop skills and competency in securities markets. It is a 100 hours program, spanning over 3 – 4 months and covering theoretical and practical training in subjects related to capital markets. Successful candidates are awarded joint certification from NSE Academy and the concerned college. NCCMP covers the following subjects:
Equity markets
Debt markets
Derivatives
Macro economics
Technical analysis
Fundamental analysis

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