Diploma of Share Trading and Investment - General Advice

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Diploma of Share Trading and Investment - General Advice

Course details last updated on the register on 7/02/2011
COURSE DETAILS

Course Name

Diploma of Share Trading and Investment - General Advice

Course Information

This course is for participants who will be making only general advice recommendations to clients. For full RG146 personal advice compliance%2C students will need to complete a course listed on this Register which has been approved for the Skills component. This course is an Accredited Course developed and owned by Wealth Within Institute Pty Ltd.

Competencies Covered

WWCST500A - Market Analysis Tool WWCST510A - Complying with Share Trading Regulations WWCST520A - Tools for Charting Market Trends WWCST530A - Trend Analysis WWCST540A - Price Analysis WWCST501A - Pattern Analysis

Award Given at Completion

Diploma

Specialist Knowledge

Securities%2C Generic Knowledge

Tier

1

Where Course Delivered

Melbourne%2C VIC regional

Delivery Method

Distance%2C Self-paced

Assessment Type

Examination - closed book%2C Case study%2C Self assessment

Start Date

11/2/2009

Duration/Total Hours

460

  

Approximate Cost

$

  

Tuition Fee: $6000.00 Equipment fee: $1100.00

Pre95

No

This course was being offered as at 24 September 2012 when the Training Register was archived.

COORDINATOR DETAILS

Name

Mr Colin Owens

Phone Number

03 9290 9999

Fax Number

03 9290 9995

Email Address

info@wealthwithin.com.au
COVERAGE GRAPH

TOPICS COVERAGE

WWCST500A - Market Analysis ToolsThis unit introduces the student to how the share market works and the various types of financial market products available including the risks associated with each product. It also explores two important methods of analysis that have proven to be valuable for both professionals and investors alike: fundamental and technical analysis. Working through this unit will also introduce the student to the key strategies required of a professional trader and the resources needed to confidently and competently trade the share market. Knowledge requirements include: • types of financial market products and services • profile and financial information of the client • financial information sources • taxation issues in relation to the products and markets in which they operate • risks and implications associated with financial products and services • client needs analysis and feedback gathering strategies • organisational policies and procedures • relevant legal principles and compliance requirements • relationship between ethics and regulatory requirements • duty of care and ethics requirements WWCST520A - Tools for Charting Market TrendsThis unit provides an understanding how to construct and analyse various charts to trade securities over the short%2C medium and long term. It also examines the components of price based data and how to use this information to graphically represent the price movements of a stock or market. Working through this unit will also help gain an understanding of how to interpret the psychology of the market using both price and volume. In addition%2C students will gain an understanding of the market participants involved in the trading of securities and the inter-relationships between industry sectors and participants Knowledge requirements include: • roles played by intermediaries and issuers: • the economic environment • inter-relationships between industry sectors and participants • structure and inter-relationships within the financial markets • sources of market and comparative data • statistical reporting formats • methods of analysis • economic concepts • relevant legislation including privacy and freedom of information legislation • data collection and management systems • organisational guidelines%2C goals an objectives • theories of investment%2C portfolio management and management of investment risk WWCST530A - Trend Analysis and WWCST510A - Complying with Share Trading RegulationsThis unit focuses on one of the most important aspects of trading: trend analysis. Being able to analyse the directin of the market is critical%2C irrespective of the market or time frame you are trading. It also introduces the student to proven investment strategies that will enable you to profitably trade market trends and the tools required to determine a client%27s overall profitability. This unit also describes the functions of complying with the share trading regulations as set down by the Australian Regulatory Authorities. Knowledge requirements include: • roles played by intermediaries and issuers: • the economic environment • inter-relationships between industry sectors and participants • structure and inter-relationships within the financial markets • sources of market and comparative data • statistical reporting formats • methods of analysis • economic concepts • relevant legislation including privacy and freedom of information legislation • data collection and management systems • organisational guidelines%2C goals an objectives • theories of investment%2C portfolio management and management of investment risk • sound knowledge of Australian Stock exchange (ASX) and Statistical Clearing House (SCH) Business Rules and Notes •relevant legislation and codes of practice •organisational policies and procedures •product/service terms and conditions •business principles and law •management/training/mentoring techniques WWCST540A - Price AnalysisThis unit focuses on the classical trading techniques of price analysis and its importance in analysing price trends and chart patterns. It also examines the techniques for identifying the strength or weakness of a market and how to use these in combination with other trading techniques to significantly increase the probability of being profitable. Knowledge requirements include: • knowledge of financial market products • the economic environment • knowledge of financial markets operating software systems • understanding of risk and implications of financial positions • understanding of mathematical principals and methodologiesWWCST550A - Pattern AnalysisThe unit defines the use of pattern analysis as a tool when trading shares and outlines the different phases and patterns of the market by exploring various bar chart and candlestick patterns and the rules required to successfully apply these theories to the share market. The unit examines the various types of reversal patterns and signals%2C and continuation and candlestick patterns to predict turning points in the share market. The unit also examines how to apply these theories to charts in both rising and falling markets when analysing shares to buy and sell. Knowledge requirement includes: • knowledge of economic concepts • knowledge of market participants • knowledge of organisational requirements • ability to identify economic trends and market development • knowledge of legal and ethical constraints • ability to determine the operations within financial markets • ability to access market information • ability to report of market data • source%2C collect and assess a wide range of information using relevant data analysis methods and techniques • formulate and draw effective conclusions from the correct interpretation of data analysis • organise the timely completion and preparation of reports • monitor and evaluate changes in the market conditions using a range of data sources • Successfully select shares for a portfolio • Successfully trade shares • Successfully maintain appropriate records and materials within the portfolio • Successfully perform an objective win-loss analysis of trading outcome
PROVIDER DETAILS

Provider

Wealth Within Institute Pty Ltd

Contact

Colin Owens%2C Director of Marketing

Phone Number

03 9290 9999

Fax Number

03 9290 9995

Email Address

colin@wealthwithin.com.au

URL

www.wealthwithin.com.au

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