SGX CSP Module 4: Technical Analysis
Course Date: 2 March Saturday (10am to 5pm)
Assessment Date: 2 March Saturday (6pm to 6.30pm)
The Certified Securities Professionals (CSP) Programme is designed for those seeking a successful career in the securities industry. Please click here for the CSP programme brochure.
SGX CSP Module 4: Technical Analysis## Partial waiver applies for those who have completed Trading Representatives FATA 1 Training, please contact us for more information.
Participants will acquire the knowledge on how to perform technical analysis (TA) to determine market trends to forecast price movements and market positions to take.
- Assumptions of Technical Analysis
- Fundamental Pillars of Technical Analysis
- Fundamental Beliefs of Technical Analysis
- Trends as Patterns of Behaviour
- Trends and its Fractal Nature
- The Nature of Directional Trend
- The Nature of Sideway Trend
- Trends, Strategies and Low Risk Action Zones
- Fractal Nature of Trends and its Impact on Strategy
- Recognising Importance of Volume in Assessing Strength in Trends and Chart Patterns
Charts and Moving Averages
- Types of Charts
- Line Chart
- Bar Chart
- Candlestick Chart
- Point and Figure Chart
- Using Moving Averages and Different Types of Moving Averages
- iTrend Patterns
- Quarterly Timeframes
Oscillators Trading Strategies
- Average Directional Index (ADX)
- Aroon Indicator
- Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD)
- On Balance Volume
- Relative Strength Index
- Stochastic Oscillator (Slow)
- Trading Strategies and Application
- Sketching a Trading Plan
Jeffery Tie currently focuses on both trading and conducting Technical Analysis courses and workshops with SGX Academy and the Financial Training Institute @ Singapore Management University. Mr Tie’s stock market career began in 1977 with JM Sassoon. During his time in stock broking, he witnessed many cycles of boom and bust, including the 1987 meltdown in worldwide equity markets. In 1997, Mr Tie joined Refco Singapore. During this time he developed new expertise in International Futures Markets and FX. Mr Tie’s experience and training during his time at both stock broking and futures broking enhanced his understanding of technical analysis and trading. Besides Singapore, he has also spoken to International audiences in Jakarta, Mumbai and Sri Lanka.
With effect from January 2016, Singaporeans aged 25 years and above who received their SkillsFuture Credit account activation letter will be eligible for an initial credit of $500 which can be used to pay for course fees for a range of eligible courses. SkillsFuture credits can be used for this course.
For more information, please refer to SkillsFuture website.
The IBF Standards Training Scheme (“IBF-STS”) provides funding for training and assessment programmes accredited under the IBF Standards. IBF-STS provides 70% funding for direct training costs subject to cap of S$7,000 per participant per programme. For all IBF-STS programmes commencing on or after 1 July 2016, Singapore Citizens aged 40 years old and above will be eligible for 90% co-funding of direct training costs, subject to existing grant caps of S$7,000 per programme. Singapore Permanent Residents will continue to be eligible for 70% co-funding of direct training costs for IBF-STS programmes. For more information, please refer to IBF website
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Terms and Conditions
Singapore Exchange reserves the right to make changes to the time, date, syllabus, speakers, venue or cancel the course if warranted by circumstances beyond its control.
Cancellation and Transfer Policy
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The minimum class size for the programme is 10 confirmed registration and SGX Academy may, as its discretion, start a class without the minimum required number.