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This whole course is worth 40-50K-
The Trader biggest dilemma is when to book profit— Vikrant (@Trading0secrets) January 12, 2022
Here is simple solution which I m using from many years.
This not based on any indicators .
( Based on pure price action & days low)
I am swing breakout trader so I will tell you this thread \U0001f9f5 how I book profit \U0001f447
Here are the top 10 books, traders/investors must read:)-— Anshika Sharma\u26a1 (@Anshi_________) July 7, 2021
10 Best YouTube channels for Traders/Investors— Anshika Sharma\u26a1 (@Anshi_________) December 28, 2021
2) B Wealthy
4) Sunil Minglani
5) Power Of Stocks
6) E-Learn Markets
7) Trading Chanakya
8) Siddharth Bhanushali
9) Yadnya Investment Academy
10) CA Rachana Phadke Ranade
What more would you add?
** MEGA THREAD ON INVESTING **— Shravan Venkataraman \U0001f525\U0001f680\U0001f4b0 (@theBuoyantMan) June 3, 2021
I was thinking about what kind of resources I'd want to have if someone has to start learning investing right now, the ones I wish I had two three years back.
This thread is a compilation of the best resources I have come across. \U0001f447\U0001f447\U0001f447
There are 10000+ stock market experts in the twitter,— Vikrant (@Trading0secrets) April 17, 2022
Among them top 10 indian\U0001f1ee\U0001f1f3 twitter handle's which giving best content & learning according to me.
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But many of them we know but ignore
some of them don't grab financial headlines
Here are 10 low-risk, high return stocks (that we ignore):
What I mean by “high-return”?
These stocks have OUTPERFORMED the market:
💹Chart with upwards trend Since IPO
💹Chart with upwards trend Over the last 5 Years or since IPO
These are all long-term winners that will keep on winning
What do We Mean by “low-risk”?
A combination of:
❣️Consistent Organic Growth
A depository is a big business and will grow continuously, Its a sustainable business
cause "Market hai toh CDSL bhi hai or rahega"
High Management Efficiency with a high ROE of 19.30%
Healthy long-term growth as Net Sales has grown by an annual rate of more than 30%
High Institutional Holdings
1⃣ Not having a trading plan
Initially, I had no proper trading plan.
Risk and rewards were not defined.
even when I tried to make a plan, I couldn't stick to it due to 2nd guessing and ended up making losses.
Overtrading and oversize are normal for traders without plan.
2⃣ Trying to buy bottoms and selling tops
'Squeezing the last drop of profit is the sure recipe to get rekt'
I tried to buy oversold stocks and sell overbought stocks..
ended up making losses
In trading, momentum is our friend, Try to be in the direction of trend.
3⃣ selling a big winner early
I bought #Adanient at INR 510
I sold few days later after a 10% gain
Current price: INR 1500
I was in a rush to take profits, so I missed out on HUGE upside
If the opportunity is huge, hold!
4⃣ Not buying stock due to high price
I've made this mistake over and over again
I didn't buy Adani stocks at last year because the prices were high
Current price: Higher
In trading, Buy high sell higher is a better strategy than buying low selling high.
▶️A high return portfolio - a concentrated portfolio with around 10 stocks of high-growth companies which have moat in their business should be excellent. Moat allows businesses to compound their revenues, cash flows, and earnings for an extended period of time.
such companies often are led by visionary founders with skin in the game. You should always buy with the intention of holding indefinitely but it is always with the intention of holding indefinitely but the business world is very competitive now so you should hold stocks until
▶️When you should sell-
1 - When you spot a new opportunity or need cash urgently.
2 -When the management becomes worse or CFO/auditors changed .
3 -When other competitors are dominating ie When the moat has been invaded.
4-When a company's rev. growth < 12% pa or slow down QOQ
Using technical/EMAs to exit
Exit a stock when it starts to trade below 200 EMA.
Everything you need to about deciding, placing and calculating a stop loss and position sizing..
In this thread, We will learn
1. Stop Loss placement.
2. Calculation of Stoploss.
3. Calculating Position Size.
4. Probably never get bankrupt trading.
We need a stop Loss to determine where should we cut or exit the trade.
We exit the trade because the price structure starts
showing an opposite move than we had anticipated and hence it should no longer make sense to ride in the opposite direction.
Stop Loss is to be placed at that area where the market structure has turned in the opposite direction
To illustrate, in an uptrend market as illustrated below, if the Low from which a new high is made, gets broken, we can assume that the market structure is broken and the trend has changed.
If the above scenario happens, an SL at the level which changes the mkt strctr is logical.
SL is necessary
1. To find the area where the MS might change and
hence it'll become illogical to keep a trade going whilst
market structure is pointing a move in the opposite direction.
2. To calculate the Position Size of the trade.
Well, this is a time consuming and complex process, Here is a CHEATSHEET for you ⬇️👇
Follow some Twitter accounts who share their stock lists on weekend like
and many others..
also don’t forget to follow my account @Anshi_________
Now on Weekends, go through all of the stock lists of accounts you follow and Make your watchlist of them…
Remember, Don’t remove any stock from your list and keep adding new stocks every weekend,
Do this for a month and you should have watch list of atleast 50 stocks
Now, after every market close, Go and surf your watchlist, You will find many stocks looking good to which can give a breakout -
Give priority to Stocks that
- Are green in red market
- Near their yearly high
- Trading at their all time high
- Making HH HL pattern
- Retesting breakout levels
- Breaking their important Moving Averages
- Coming out of long consolidation
-Volume building up..
Make another list of such 5-10 stocks and keep tracking them throughout the day and you will Definitely find 1-2 Breakout stocks.
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When Saudi Arabia's King visited India in 1955, PM Nehru ordered all the Hindu Temples and Idols of Hindu Deities that came in Saudi King's way to be covered up.
Our temples are the architectural marvels in their own league.
Each of our temples tells the story of our rich history and cultural heritage. Was Nehru that ashamed of his own nation's heritage that he had to cover them up or there was some other reason? The answer would be best known to him only.
PM Nehru invited the then Saudi King Saud bin Abdul Aziz to India who accepted the invitation and planned a 17 day long official visit to India in 1955. Saudi King had brought a large delegation with him and he had to visit various Indian cities like Mumbai, Hyderabad, Agra,
Aligarh, Shimla, Mysore and Varanasi. However, when Saudi King reached Varanasi, Nehru ordered to cover all the temples and Idols with curtains that came in the way of the Royal Convoy. During his stay in Varanasi, Govt buildings were painted with the words "Kalma Tayyiba".
'Kalma Tayyiba' means 'There is not God but only Allah and Mohammed is his messenger'. In addition to it, Pooja and Aartis were also stopped at temples. I can call it the appeasement politics of the highest order and Nehru was indeed the greatest appeaser of all times.
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Topic: How to understand Volume in more depth.
This is my personal favorite in this
VOLUME is the ultimate Trading cheat code.— Indrazith Shantharaj (@indraziths) August 6, 2022
But, most people never use it in the right way \u2013 because no one ever taught them how.
Here are 10 psychological triggers to knowing Volume in a better way :
Topic: List of top
Stock Screeners is an integral part of doing homework post market hours.— Yash Mehta (@YMehta_) August 5, 2022
Most of us use screeners to filter buzzing stocks out of 1000+ stock and it saves lot of times.
Here is the list of top screeners:
Also, last screener is one of my favourite to pick early momentum stocks.
Topic: How to use Debit and Credit
If you are new to F&O, you can start with Vertical Spreads (Debit and Credit spreads) instead of buying options in Stocks and Indices.— Sheetal Rijhwani (@RijhwaniSheetal) July 3, 2022
Here are some ways how you can do it, when you can do it and the right position sizing for doing it... \U0001f9f5 (1/25)
Topic: What's happening to the
There are three granthis (psychic knots) in the physical body which are obstacles on the path of the awakened kundalini. The granthis are called brahma, vishnu and rudra, and they represent levels of awareness where the power of maya, ignorance
and attachment to material things is especially strong. Each aspirant must transcend these barriers to make a clear passageway for the ascending kundalini.
1. Brahma granthi functions in the region of mooladhara chakra. It implies attachment to physical pleasures, material
objects and excessive selfishness. It also implies the ensnaring power of tamas - negativity, lethargy and ignorance.
2. Vishnu granthi operates in the region of anahata chakra. It is associated with the bondage of emotional attachment and attachment to people and inner psychic
visions. It is connected with rajas - the tendency towards passion, ambition and assertiveness.
3. Rudra granthi functions in the region of ajna chakra. It is associated with attachment to siddhis psychic phenomena and the concept of ourselves as individuals. One must surrender
the sense of individual ego and transcend duality to make further spiritual progress.
Pc and information - Vedic village
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The tragedy of revolutionaries is they design a utopia by a river but discover the impure city they razed was on stilts for a reason.— SwiftOnSecurity (@SwiftOnSecurity) June 19, 2016
I’m at a sort of career crisis point. In my job before, three people could contain the entire complexity of a nation-wide company’s IT infrastructure in their head.
Once you move above that mark, it becomes exponentially, far and away beyond anything I dreamed, more difficult.
And I look at candidates and know-everything’s who think it’s all so easy. Or, people who think we could burn it down with no losses and start over.
God I wish I lived in that world of triviality. In moments, I find myself regretting leaving that place of self-directed autonomy.
For ten years I knew I could build something and see results that same day. Now I’m adjusting to building something in my mind in one day, and it taking a year to do the due-diligence and edge cases and documentation and familiarization and roll-out.
That’s the hard work. It’s not technical. It’s not becoming a rockstar to peers.
These people look at me and just see another self-important idiot in Security who thinks they understand the system others live. Who thinks “bad” designs were made for no reason.
Who wasn’t there.
In 2015 Parliament held an inquiry looking into the state of Transgender equality. Trans people of all stripes outlined many different problems across many, many different areas.
As a result Parliament created a list of recommendations including legal recognition for non binary people, gender recognition act reform, allowing 16 year olds to change their legal gender and reform of NHS gender identity services.
The government under Theresa May ignored everything that was recommended except for Gender recognition act reform. This act came into law in 2003 and gave trans men and women (but not non-binary people) the ability to legally change their gender on their birth certificates.
The process at that time to change your birth certificate under the GRA was to make an application to a panel of cisgender people who would decide if you were sufficiently trans based on your payslips, photo ID and bank statements. You would not get the option to speak to them.
(Also this process cost £140 which is just a tax on being trans)
The Straddle is a delta neutral strategy and it is important to keep deltas in check during the course of the Trade and not let them run away from you. Of course Volatility is the elephant in the room- but not going there as that will require a separate discussion
The first and most common method is to go 'inverted.' That is to say to shift the untested side to generate additional Premium and increase the runway to Breakeven. So if you start with a Straddle at 700 and price goes to 740, you can move the PE up to say 720.
How much should you move the untested side? While again this is a matter of skill, experience and artistry, the rule of thumb is to cut deltas by half. Remember, prices will move and you have to allow sufficient room for them to fluctuate
The second method is to shift the entire Straddle in the direction of the move. So if you have a 700 Straddle and Price goes to 740, you can shift the Straddle to 720. If you time this right, it can generally be done at virtually no cost or minimal cost.
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