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Ans:- In finance, technical analysis is an analysis methodology for forecasting the direction of prices through the study of past market data, primarily price and volume.

Ans:- A candlestick chart (also called Japanese candlestick chart) is a style of financial chart used to describe price movements of a security, derivative, or currency.

Ans:- No, MTS only deals in the education process. Students are free to open their demat accounts with the broker of their choice.

Ans:- No, a demat account is not necessary for learning. Hence one can open an account even after the class.

Ans:- No, Technical Analysis requires no such fixed educational qualifications. One does not need to have a commerce degree or any knowledge required to finance or accounts.

Ans:- Swing trading can be done by anyone who wants to trade the markets comfortably, and cannot devote their entire day for trading. It’s mostly preferred by people who trade the markets as a source of passive income.

Ans:- Intraday trading is suitable for someone who is trading the markets as a source of daily income. To be an intraday trader one must devote suitable amount of time to it.

Ans:- Technical Analysis is the study of reading charts forecasting the direction of price through the study of past market data, primarily price and volume. This study can be applied to all segments and markets.

Ans:- No, MTS does not provide or recommends any software for trading. All the study is done on an online website called Tradingview.

Ans:- Courses offered my MTS focus on giving the student the complete knowledge about the concept which includes both theory and practical. At MTS we make sure that once a student enrolls for our class he doesn’t leave without learning how to trade.
Ans:- Yes, you can definitely learn Technical Analysis and learn how to trade too. No prior knowledge is required as everything will be taught to you in the class.

Ans:- Anyone who is passionate about the stock market and wants to learn how to trade in it is eligible to enroll for our programs.

Ans:- No. We only cover the ones that help you in taking the accurate entry and exit. We try to help you in making your decision making faster, and keep your trades simpler.

Ans:- Yes, there are various styles of trading the markets. We teach you all the styles and in the end you can choose which ever style suits you the best. So, you do not need to quit your present job as you can have the best of both worlds.

Ans:- There are various reasons why a person fails, but the most common reason is that many people start trading the markets without having any knowledge about it, or they might risk too much of their capital on a single trade.

Ans:- We can’t speak of other courses but our students learn how to trade in 7 days, of course with further practice they get better and sharper.

Ans:- Many people are under the assumption that complex trade set ups give higher profits. A busy trading system with too many elements will just lead to complications during trading. It’s always better to have simple set ups for a higher success ratio
Ans:- This is subjective, once you have built your trading account and the annual income is greater than your current salary then are in a position to retire from your job if you choose to. However, one thing you need to keep in mind is that the markets are
Ans:- Yes we provide lifelong support through email and other methods of communication.

Ans:- We focus on keeping our teaching to the point and use result oriented methods. Yes the time is sufficient to learn Technical Analysis.

Ans:- When you gamble, you just bet with your heart, against the odds. You put money into something you think might happen. If you're right, you win your money times the odd the broker offers you. If you're wrong, you lose the money you invested.