About Us

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Company overview

  • Founded since 2011
  • Cooperate philosophy of “Learn for Life”
  • More than 1000 forum members & Trained more than hundreds students in Stock Market Technical Analysis
  • Cooperate concept of A4 services

Our Services

  • Academic
    • Technical Analysis Training
    • Fundamental Analysis Training
    • Personal Private Coaching
  • Advisory
    • Investment Mentor-ship
    • Investment Consultancy
    • Equities & Derivatives Research
  • Account
    • CDS Account
    • Futures Account
    • Margin / Interest Free Margin
  • Application
    • Charting Tools Software
    • Bull Tracking System
    • Bursa Station Professional

Our Vision

Our vision is to be the leading skill training academy in Malaysia. This is a major challenge and we are confident that we have built the foundations to develop our contribution to skill at all levels. We have set a high standard of achievement for ourselves and our hope for what students can achieve at our Academy.  By providing these opportunities we believe that all of those who interact with True Academy will enhance their personal skills profile.

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide an affordable, flexible and fun learning community for students throughout the nation regardless of experience, ability or circumstance by providing rigorous curriculum that meets the individual needs of every type of student, reinventing the role of the trainer and leveraging only the best technology. We hope that this will enhance their career opportunity to meet the requirement for the society.

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We believe:

  • Learners of all ages, learning styles, locations and backgrounds should be afforded the opportunity to earn a skill recognition & qualification
  • A collaborative working environment among administrators, faculty and students allows learners to maximize their skill learning potential.
  • Students in non-traditional environments are best served by combining a rigorous and engaging curriculum with highly qualified educators.
  • Many students benefit from self-paced courses that adapt to their unique learning styles.
  • A learning environment should be positive and flexible.
  • A platform that open doors and give students better options for advancement and better job opportunity.

Our Trainers & Advisory Committee

  • Vincent1_2

    Vincent Eng

    Chief Trainer (FA) / Advisory

    Remisier

    Capital Markets Services Representative License Holder

  • Peter Ting

    Peter Ting

    Senior Trainer

    Lecturer

    Masters Degree in Teaching & Learning

  • LCF

    Leland Lee

    Trainer

    Investment Manager

    Senior Management

  • BH

    Boon Hooi

    Advisory

    Remisier

    Maybank Investment Bank Berhad – Klang

  • Thomas

    Thomas Fong

    Senior Trainer / Advisory

    Branch Manager

    Hong Leong Bank Berhad

  • Zul

    Zul

    Guest Trainer

    Market Analyst

    Investment Company

  • Jason1

    Jason Wong

    Trainer / Advisory

    Remisier

    Kenanga Investment Bank Berhad – K.L

  • John Ang

    John Ang

    Trainer / Advisory

    Remisier

    RHB – OSK – Kota Damansara

  • Daniel

    Daniel Tan

    Guest Trainer

    Well known Stock Blogger

  • Anas Kamarulzaman

    Anas Kamarulzaman

    Guest Trainer

    Professional Day Trader

  • Fadhlullah Omar

    Fadhlullah Omar

    Guest Trainer

    Professional Day Trader

 

 

About Technical Analysis

A bunch of knowledge for your life time

 The secret of Technical Analysis had been revealed in the learning course whereby the knowledge that you gain through it will benefit you for life time.

 Comprehensive & Intensive contents which were created by Stock Market Expert will bring you one step closer in understanding about the Technical Analysis & the market

Simple & Easy Guides

 A step by step learning portal which guide you to the easiest way in learning Technical Analysis

 Very suitable for beginners, bankers, teacher, traders, and anyone who are passionate in procuring the Technical Analysis Knowledge

 An intensive course which covers the major topics

 Build the right mindset before stepping into the stock market

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Comprehensive modules

 Comprehensive methodologies: Candlestick recognition, the basic Tenets of Dow Theory, Successful Indicators, Chart Pattern, Stock selection, Entry & Exit

 All modules were developed by Stock Market Leader & Education Experts, which usually bring you the best associated with learning practical knowledge at any time.

 Plus a proven mindset for most traders in the market

Recognition & Accreditation

 Industry Recognition by CNX & BS

 Easy to understand, Study in Point Form

 Accredited Certificate will be granted upon completion

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Accessibility

 Upon signing up in the course, you have unlimited access to our learning portal and study by your own pace

Valued for money & satisfaction guaranteed

 We are striking 100% satisfaction goal for our students

 We provide the most valuable course fee among all

 Unlimited retake course and assessment test

About Technical Analysisstrength3

Technical Analysis is the tool to forecast the future financial price movements based on an examination of past price movements. Alike weather forecasting, technical analysis does not results in an accurate prediction about the future. Instead, technical analysis provides a guidance for investors to anticipate what is “likely” to happen to prices over time. Technical analysis uses a wide variety of charts that show price over time.

The Basis of Technical Analysis

At the turn of the century, the Dow Theory laid the foundations for what was later to become modern technical analysis. Dow Theory was not presented as one complete amalgamation, but rather pieced together from the writings of Charles Dow over several years. The beauty of technical analysis lies in its versatility. Because the principles of technical analysis are universally applicable, each of the analysis steps above can be performed using the same theoretical background. You don’t need an economics degree to analyze a market index chart. You don’t need to be a CPA to analyze a stock chart. The technical principles of support, resistance, trend, trading range and other aspects can be applied to any chart. While this may sound easy, technical analysis is by no means easy. Success requires serious study, dedication and an open mind.

Chart Analysis

Technical analysis can be either simple or complex depending on the way you view it. The example below represents a simplified version. Since we are interested in buying stocks, the focus will be on spotting bullish situations. Overall Trend: The first step is to identify the overall trend. This can be accomplished with trend lines, moving averages or peak/trough analysis. As long as the price remains above its uptrend line, selected moving averages or previous lows, the trend will be considered bullish.

Strengths of Technical Analysis

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Focus on Price

If the objective is to predict the future price, then it makes sense to focus on price movements. Price movements usually precede fundamental developments. By focusing on price action, technicians are automatically focusing on the future. The market is thought of as a leading indicator and generally leads the economy by 6 to 9 months. To keep pace with the market, it makes sense to look directly at the price movements. More often than not, change is a subtle beast. Even though the market is prone to sudden knee-jerk reactions, hints usually develop before significant moves. A technician will refer to periods of accumulation as evidence of an impending advance and periods of distribution as evidence of an impending decline.

Supply, Demand, and Price Action

Many technicians use the open, high, low and close when analyzing the price action of a security. There is information to be gleaned from each bit of information. Separately, these will not be able to tell much. However, taken together, the open, high, low and close reflect forces of supply and demand. The annotated example above shows a stock that opened with a gap up. Before the open, the number of buy orders exceeded the number of sell orders and the price was raised to attract more sellers. Demand was brisk from the start. The intraday high reflects the strength of demand (buyers). The intraday low reflects the availability of supply (sellers). The close represents the final price agreed upon by the buyers and the sellers. In this case, the close is well below the high and much closer to the low. This tells us that even though demand (buyers) was strong during the day, supply (sellers) ultimately prevailed and forced the price back down. Even after this selling pressure, the close remained above the open. By looking at price action over an extended period of time, we can see the battle between supply and demand unfold. In its most basic form, higher prices reflect increased demand and lower prices reflect increased supply.

Support/Resistance

Simple chart analysis can help identify support and resistance levels. These are usually marked by periods of congestion (trading range) where the prices move within a confined range for an extended period, telling us that the forces of supply and demand are deadlocked. When prices move out of the trading range, it signals that either supply or demand has started to get the upper hand. If prices move above the upper band of the trading range, then demand is winning. If prices move below the lower band, then supply is winning.

Pictorial Price History

Even if you are a tried and true fundamental analyst, a price chart can offer plenty of valuable information. The price chart is an easy to read historical account of a security’s price movement over a period of time. Charts are much easier to read than a table of numbers. On most stock charts, volume bars are displayed at the bottom. With this historical picture, it is easy to identify the following:

 Reactions prior to and after important events

 Past and present volatility

 Historical volume or trading levels

 Relative strength of a stock versus the overall market

Conclusions

Technical analysts consider the market be determined by 80% psychological and 20% logical. On the other hand, fundamental analysts consider the market be determined by 20% psychological and 80% logical. Psychological or logical is widely open for debate, but there is no questioning about the current price of a security. After all, it is available for all to see and nobody doubts its legitimacy. The price set by the market reflects the total knowledge of all participants, and we are not dealing with lightweights here. These participants have considered (discounted) everything under the sun and settled on a price to buy or sell. These are the forces of supply and demand at work. By examining price action to determine which force is prevailing, technical analysis focuses directly on the bottom line: What is the price? Where has it been? Where is it going? Even though there are some universal principles and rules that can be applied, it must be remembered that technical analysis is more an art form than a science. As an art form, it is subject to interpretation. However, it is very flexible in its approach and each investor should use it in a way that will suit his/her style. An important thing to be noted here is “Charts are meant to be interpreted, not to be believed”.   Developing a style takes time, effort and dedication, but the rewards could be significant as the saying goes, “Rome wasn’t built in a day”.

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True Academy’s powerful technical analysis guidance along with its unique learning structures assist you to increase the chances of winning in stock market handsomely. These simple yet powerful skills allow you to trade at any market condition. No two versions of learning platform will ever look the same.