NSE Smart Index Trader Nifty & Bank Nifty

NSE Academy approved Nifty & Bank Nifty Trading Certification Programme.


High Frequency Trading, Day Trading & Swing Trading

Asset Class

Futures and Option

Objective: As the programme name suggests this course is designed to make oneself acquire detailed and professional understanding on directional and non-directional trading of Nifty and BANK Nifty Option, weekly expiry and monthly expiry. Professional trading is about developing core competency and specialization in the instruments you trade. Trading can be done both for cash flow and Income generation. It can be both for part time income or full time profession.

Participants will be trained and mentored in live market environment. The exposure will be both for futures and options trading. Strategies for trading options will be both directional strategies and non-directional strategies.

Who will benefit from the programme ?

Fresher seeking part time income

Change of profession for high rewarding career in Indices trading

Market participants who desire to upgrade their knowledge and trade professionally.

Course Highlights

  • Course designed by a team with over 30 years of market experience
  • Up to date programme module
  • 100% focus on practical learning
  • Regular webinar support twice a week
  • Online trader meets for exchange of ideas
  • One-year subscription to analytical software EmTrade
  • State of the art online program delivery
  • Proprietary Tool: EM ProTrade

Course Content

  • Types of charts and time frame : Line Chart – Bar Chart & Candle Chart
  • Styles Of Trading –High Frequency Trading, Day Trading , Swing Trading
  • Basics of candle stick charts : Candle Construction : Shape and Size
  • Single Candle Formation : Bullish & Bearish Single Candle Formation
  • Support and Resistance Band : Where To Buy And Where To Sell
  • Support and Resistance Band with multiple time frame : Cluster Support and Resistance Ban Study
  • Trends : Uptrend : Identifying sequence of higher lows and higher highs
  • Trends : Downtrend : Identifying sequence of lower highs and lower lows
  • Trend : Sideways : Prices trading within defined high and low

  • Trends and Corrective price action: Primary and secondary price movement
  • Trends and Impulse price action: Dominant price direction
  • Anticipatory trend analysis : Reversals based on higher time frame trend analysis
  • Fibonacci Studies : Retracement and Extention: Measuring techniques for trade decision
  • Trend and Location : Where to initiate trades both long and short and profit taking
  • Moving Averages : Construction and Interpretation
  • Double Moving average and Multiple Moving average : Measure of momentum
  • Bollinger Bands and band trading system : Overbought –oversold and trend identification
  • Trends and multiple time frame analysis : Knowing the big picture
  • Understanding Indicators RSI,Stochastic and MACD : Overbought –oversold-entry –exit

  • Advanced candle Stick –Double and Triple Candle Formation
  • Platform Immersion : EmTrade
  • EM ProTrade : Proprietary Trading System
  • Trend Trading System Combining price action – moving average and RSI
  • Moving average trading system : Crossover of multiple moving average for trade initiation and average band study for overbought and oversold readings
  • Advanced Moving average trading system
  • High frequency trading with Moving averages an EM ProTrade Indicator & 5 mma
  • Day trading with Moving averages an EM ProTrade Indicator
  • Swing Trading with Moving averages an EM ProTrade Indicator
  • Multiple Time Frame Analysis with EM ProTrade Indicator

  • 20 Hours Intrinsic Vale + Time Value : The two components of an option premium are the intrinsic value and time value of the option
  • Options Greek – Delta : The delta is a ratio comparing the change in the price of an asset, to the corresponding change in the price of its derivative.
  • Options Greek – Gamma: Gamma is the rate of change in an option's delta per 1-point move in the underlying asset's price.
  • Options Greek – Vega : Vega is the measurement of an option's price sensitivity to changes in the volatility of the underlying asset.
  • Options Greek – Theta: The degree of change in option value in relation to change in the time expiry.
  • Detailed understanding and application of Black & Scholes Calculator: It is an important tool in determining the value of options and the factors affecting the option price. Traders can use it without going into maths.
  • Implied Volatility and Historical Volatility: IV –Reflects the market perceptions of future volatility not necessarily be the same as historical levels. Market may not behave the same.
  • Understanding VIX Index Understanding Options Chain and Put Call Ratio (PCR): These are additional tools to gauge sentiments that assist in determining the direction of markets.
  • Margin requirement and risk : Where there is the risk of unlimited loss the margin requirements are always high and vice versa.
  • Moneyness (ATM –OTM -ITM): The relationship between current market price and It,s strike price

  • Non Directional Strategies: Long Straddle/ Strangle: Long straddle is a combination of buying a call and buying a put of the same strike (preferablyATM): Long strangle is a variation of the long straddle where in you buy a call and buy a put of different strikes of the same underline. Slightly OTM Options.
  • Non Directional Strategies: Short strangle + Long butterfly Spread: Short strangle is used when markets are going to remain range bound. It requires 2 OTM options to be short on either side. Long butterfly Spread involves 3 strikes of the same underlying and expiry.it is a combination of 2 vertical spreads, one debit and one credit.it is a classic limited risk limited reward strategy.
  • Non Directional Strategies: Covered Call and Condor Covered Call is a strategy used when you own a stock and plan to sell it after it reaches a certain level.one can buy a stock and sell OTM calls of same quantity at the same time. Condor is really a variation of the butterfly strategy. Where we have four strikes that make up the strategy. It, s a limited risk winged trade.
  • Directional Strategies: Bull Call Spread and Bear Spread Put Bull call spread is essentially the use of 2 call options to create a range in which one perceives the security / indices to move. Bear Spread Put is the use of 2 put options to create a range on the downside when a trader perceives a limited downside on that particular security / indices .
  • Directional Strategies: Long Calls or Long Puts Long Calls this strategy is the most basic option trading strategy which is directional. View being bullish buy call option. Long Puts this strategy is the most basic option trading strategy which is directional. View being bearish buy put option.
  • Non Directional Strategies + Directional Strategies Revision
  • Trade Plan for High Frequency Trading : Application of rules, selection of relevant time interval 1 minute or 4 minute or 5 minute charts.
  • Trade Plan for Day Trading : : Application of rules, selection of relevant time interval 5 minute or 15 minute or 60 minute charts.
  • Trade Plan For Swing Trading : Application of rules, selection of relevant time interval 60 minute charts or daily chart.
  • Trade Journal and record keeping: Recording trades with regard to entry exit & target. Capturing relevant trade data like reward to risk ratio & position size. Risk parameters & profit taking objective.
Software: EM Trade
Program Duration: 100 Hours
Each Module: 2 Hours duration
Examination: Yes: Online