Categories Learning

7 days 30 days All time Recent Popular
#RS is an indicator which helps in finding strong stock or index in the market.

This learning thread would be on
"𝙐𝙨𝙚𝙨 𝙤𝙛 𝙍𝙚𝙡𝙖𝙩𝙞𝙫𝙚 𝙎𝙩𝙧𝙚𝙣𝙜𝙩𝙝"

Shared some strategy.

Like👍 & Retweet🔄for wider reach and for more such learning thread in the future.


Most of us would confuse it with Relative Strength Index (RSI) but Relative Strength is a different indicator.

We have already covered about "Uses of RSI" in below thread👇

One can go through this if you haven't.


Now coming to Relative Strength (RS).

It is basically a strategy used in momentum investing which shows strength or weakness between two asset classes (two stocks, index, commodity).

One can read about this in below

As of now, I am using this indicator on .@tradingview platform.

It's free and one can add it in their Tradingview account as well, using this link👇

There are multiple variants in this as well. Some traders use multiple time frame RS.


RS basically compares returns of one stock/index with the returns of benchmark stock/index at a particular time horizon.

Let's say, I want to analyze TCS and Benchmark Index is Nifty.

Trading Strategies 101

14 "must-try" trading strategies you can start using today: 🧵

Collaborated with @niki_poojary

We'll break these into portions of:

1. Intraday Trading Techniques
2. Positional Trading Techniques
3. Indicator Applications

1/ 6 Intraday Strategies 🧵

How to Filter Stocks for Intraday

2/ Intraday BNF strangle based on OI data. 🧵

3/ A few setups to make intraday trading easy.
I went from 900 to 125,000 followers in 12 months.

But 90% of that growth came from 9 threads - which on their own generated 20,000,000 views.

So here's a recap of those 9 threads (and what they can help you with):

I studied math at Princeton - mostly because I hated writing.

But colleges do a horrendous job teaching you to write.

So I spent 200 hours learning to write on my own.

Then, I summarized the frameworks I

If you're new to Twitter, it can be overwhelming.

But even people who use it every day aren't using its best features.

So here are 10 of them you can start using today to 10x your experience:

Whether you're a:

• Writer
• Creator
• Student
• Employee
• Entrepreneur

You are in the business of storytelling.

So here's a storytelling crash course from the world's most creative

If you spend any time on Twitter, you've seen the words "Web 3."

But whether you're a complete beginner or fully crypto-pilled, these quotes will help you learn where the world is
Best YouTube Channels to learn Web Development

A Thread 🧵👇️

1. FreeCodeCamp

FreeCodeCamp is a non-profit organisation that'll teach to learn to code for free. 🔗

{ 1 / 10 }

2. Traversy Media

Traversy Media creates crash courses to learn programming in a very easy way. He also collaborates with great creators. 🔗

{ 2 / 10 }

3. codeSTACKr

codeSTACKr creates useful content on web development including HTML, CSS and JavaScript. 🔗

{ 3 / 10 }

4. Code with Ania Kubów

Ania Kubów is a software developer who creates videos on building amazing apps from scratch. 🔗

{ 4 / 10 }