Moving Averages Full guide 🧵
How to use them ? Which one is best ? What I use ?
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1) For finding trend - Prices are volatile on day to day, week to week basis to smooth them MA are used . It tells clear direction of the trend without getting lost in volatility (1/n)
Moving averages are used as support areas for adding up stock.
As stock picks up trend it usually takes support in between towards the key moving averages. Example below - Deepak Nitrite taking support of 10 week EMA as it runs up
It creates lag as it turns up/down slowly giving same weight to old & new prices which gives late signals (5/n)
Eg - In this pic black is SMA & blue is EMA
Look how EMA stays ahead of SMA & aligns fast with current prices (6/n)
below is all EMA v/s DEMA v/s TEMA
High to low TEMA>DEMA & EMA
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Eg Deepak Nitrite, Balaji amines, LTTS
It's always a area near to 50 SMA - not exactly the line at which insti buys. On weekly 50 day is 10 week
I use EMA 10/20/30 on all time frame i.e on daily, weekly & monthly
Each has its own purpose. Daily helps in swing, Weekly helps in Mid term trends & Monthly in trend following & LT investments. Below is 10/20/30 EMA on weekly guiding trend
Example IEX broke down on weekly in 1st pic but on monthly it's now taking support at EMA's
10/20 Weekly EMA are good add points for trend followers
10/20 Daily EMA are good add points -swing/positional
MA helps in understanding the price cycle of stock as stock moves in stages & helps identifying Trends
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1) 10/20 Day EMA - Enter the stock as it comes up back to the 10/20 day EMA and ride it till it drops below or SL hits as explained below
Eg -Nitin Spinners as below chart
2) Weekly Super trend (Setting 2,7): Whenever trend changes , volatility increases & supertrend measures volatility..That's the logic behind it
Eg - Deepak Nitrite
3) 10 Week MA : Trend following can be done using 10 w MA
Eg - Saregama
Ote - Fundamental analysis has to be done for best results as these are to be applied on a growing co + sector movt together ..Eg If you will apply to random co with low RS or low growth..This might be very choppy
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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.
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Ernakulam, Kerala 🚩
Ameda Ksetram is located in the banks of Vembanad Lake. Temple is very unique and Powerful Sarpa Kavu.
Parashurama did Prathishta here. Vilakku which was lighted by Parasurama is still seen inside the temple.
The oil from this lamp is given to bhakthas for recovering from illness.
Sthala puranam says that, Once, when Parashurama was travelling through Kerala, he reached this place. As it was evening, he stepped into the Lake for Sandhya Vandanam
At that Sapthamathrukkal 👇
(Brahmini, maheshwari, kowmari, vaishnavi, varahi, indirani and chamundi) were travelling there on a tortoise through the water. The tortoise was unable to move, because the Water had made its way for Parashurama. The place where the tortoise became Still came to be known as 👇
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