Never trade with loan amount.
My trading is very simple. Selling option based on support and resistance. Time frame: Daily and 75 min.
Keep distance of 1-2% from S & R so one has chance to exit or adjust if trade goes against.
And last one my tgt is 4% pm. Above it bonus.
Dear Nitesh can you share some idea how you makes successful trade. Please I am in a big loss since I started my journey of stock market in 2017. Then I took 15 lac loan and everything is vanished. Now I am in so much struggle to pay the EMI— Ganesh (@Eshan70302504) May 30, 2021
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How many are believing only in simple trading system?— Mitesh Patel (@Mitesh_Engr) April 3, 2021
This is my simple trading.
I don\u2019t have any magic.— Mitesh Patel (@Mitesh_Engr) January 7, 2021
Next week I will prefer to sell put in between strike 30500-31000 as shown in pic. Will manage upto 31000.
If breaks 31000 as first down support then will exit put nearby 31000 strike and will sell
31500 call ( will act as resistance again )
Simple hai na pic.twitter.com/hPLIMq3tSe
Here let me explain through simple math.
Say BN at 30000
30000 straddle trading at combine premium 800 ( based on current volatility)
Put at 400
Call at 400
You don’t know direction. Sold both.
If move will not come than both will decrease gradually.
At day end it will come down to 720-740 if move will not come. Difference is your profit.
Now case 2:
At one points combine premium will start increasing.
Exit immediately. No need to do adjustment.
Let market settle.
Sell again straddle once market settle.
Now repeat same thing.
Straddle selling webinar over.
One can keep SL 550 for both strike to escape from sudden movement.
If again hit then exit straddle and create new straddle with same procedure.
it will consolidate between 32000-32200 or 32100 to 32300 and u will get theta decay.— Mitesh Patel (@Mitesh_Engr) May 15, 2021
This is for normal move. Sudden big move may come anytime. So keep SL in system.
If u r selling at 350-350 then keep SL in system 475 for both legs.
Practice it. No need to attend webinar.
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How I am playing expiry trades.
Catch me if you can @Mitesh_Engr— Nikita Poojary (@niki_poojary) July 17, 2021
Time for a\U0001f9f5
Mitesh Sir's EXPIRY Option Selling 101:
\u2022 What to look for?
\u2022 Strike Selection & Ratios
\u2022 SL mgmt
\u2022 Avoiding freezes
\u2022 Monthy Expiry
\u2022 Event days
\u2022 How he would have traded last expiry?
In collaboration with @AdityaTodmal pic.twitter.com/9uN2vQQ4hc
Mitesh Sir's Positional Option Selling 101:
• How to find direction
• Which options to sell
• How to deploy capital
• Exit criteria
• What ROI he targets weekly
• What % risk he takes
Done with the help of @niki_poojary
How @Mitesh_Engr Sir finds the direction?
• Daily charts S/R
• 75 min charts S/R
• Intraday trend
• Always play directional
• Never trades in strategies
Which options to sell in weekly expiry according to @Mitesh_Engr?
• Weekly candle High/Low
• Sell 1% away options from those
• Exit when levels breached
Position Sizing by @Mitesh_Engr Sir.
How to deploy your capital?
• First sell 20%
• Pyramid the next day
• When to exit
• What to do when view goes wrong
• What to do with idle capital
Some important tweets of @Mitesh_Engr Sir
• What Data to look at
• ROI for safe players per month
• Max risk per day
• Gather knowledge and play directional
• Never play strategies
Why Gain/loss ratio is important that the batting average
• More than the Win Loss ratio check the total Gain /loss ratio
• If your avg loss is 1% and avg gain is +5% then even if you are losing in 7 positions and winning in 3 out of 10 still you will be net profitable
Treat Trading as a business:
• Stick to a single strategy. Eg: A restaurateur usually wouldn’t be changing his recipe on a daily basis
• Mitesh Sir only works on BO or BD strategy, as he is a versatile trader
• Any trader should atleast experience 3 scenarios i.e. bull, bear & consolidation
• Target 4% per month i.e. 48% p.a.
• Option buying requires skill, everyday there wont be huge momentum, so buying options won’t yield good results, but high chances of falling into a bad habit
• In F&O segment there are ~150 stocks
• Not everyday all stocks will move
• Only 5-7 stocks move upside or downside
• Focus only these momentum stocks
• Check which one is moving
• Range BO/BD never disappoints. BO/BD from a rectangle (consolidation)
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