You may modify & fine tune this as per your own criteria like adding RSI or ADX or other indicators. https://t.co/FdiPG1c4s0
Bhai, can you please educate us, how do you find the breakout stocks? I mean which scanner? Any inputs would be much helpful.— Loyalty Respect (@Novicetrader99) October 1, 2021
Here I will share what I believe are essentials for anybody who is interested in stock markets and the resources to learn them, its from my experience and by no means exhaustive..
First the very basic : The Dow theory, Everybody must have basic understanding of it and must learn to observe High Highs, Higher Lows, Lower Highs and Lowers lows on charts and their
Even those who are more inclined towards fundamental side can also benefit from Dow theory, as it can hint start & end of Bull/Bear runs thereby indication entry and exits.
Next basic is Wyckoff's Theory. It tells how accumulation and distribution happens with regularity and how the market actually
Dow theory is old but
Breakouts in the direction of the general trend
The longer the market is in a range, the stronger the breakout
Stock making higher lows near resistance zone
(lower highs near support zone is a sign of weakness)
Some ofthe biggest breakouts occur after Volatility Contraction, the analogy is that more a spring is pressed, higher it jumps whenever it gets released.— Professor (@DillikiBiili) October 2, 2021
There is a VCP Scanner on chartink (Not mine). This may also be used to find potential Breakouts. pic.twitter.com/y1lmay7D4e
One of the best way that I know is ATR based trailing.
Here is an example https://t.co/BTATx5fyW6
One Chadarmod on timeline posted that I’m giving gyan without having experience or expertise.
So I’ll begin with paying my portfolio performance tribute to these charlies.
Fundamentals based investing can generate serious wealth as the most famous (rather infamous) Warren Buffett has shown.
In India also we have many success stories like @VijayKedia1 @Raamdeo R K Damani Rakesh Jhunjhunwala Late Chandrakant Sampat and many many more....
Though I can't stop mentioning that both Rakesh Jhunjhunwala and R K Damani were traders in their initial days.
Rakesh Jhunjhunwala still trades, he once said Traing is fun, its le fatafat, de fatafat
A lot of people (specially the beginners) buy stocks based on some friend's recommendation : XYZ le le, pukka chalega, maine bhi le rakha hai.
Few might have made money this way, but most do not. Why ?
There has to be a process.
Fundamentals based investing need thorough analysis of the Business & Company.
Here is a preliminary checklist by the legendary investor Peter lynch
In this we'll see Open Interest basics and Option Chain Analysis.
There are two types of Options, Call Option & Put Option.
This graphics show when to buy and when to sell options.
The first thing that we need to know is the moneyness i.e. whether an Option is At the money (ATM), In the money (ITM) or Out of the Money (OTM).
The strike closest to the market price is At The Money.
I have tried to explain OTM & ITM in a very simplistic & easy manner.
Option chain of Nifty can be seen here