Read it and practice.
How I am playing expiry trades.
Catch me if you can @Mitesh_Engr— Nikita Poojary (@niki_poojary) July 17, 2021
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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
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Check success rate of buy and sell signal generated by system. Apply number according to decide buy and sell for swing trade.
Few paid service provider are using only this signal to give clients buy and sell trade.
Do with your own. Don’t pay them.
Future trading I am recommending to only those who have at least 25L capital to control risk management.
If less capital then do with cash or option writing.
Boss is always Boss @Mitesh_Engr— Aditya Todmal (@AdityaTodmal) July 31, 2021
Mitesh Sir's FUTURES BREAKOUT TRADES 101:
\u2022 How to pick stocks at right time?
\u2022 What to look for?
\u2022 Importance of BO post consolidation
\u2022 How to manage SL
\u2022 How to get huge profits
\u2022 Multiple Examples
In collaboration with @niki_poojary pic.twitter.com/7uXRgsLgtN
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Mitesh Sir's FUTURES BREAKOUT TRADES 101:
• How to pick stocks at right time?
• What to look for?
• Importance of BO post consolidation
• How to manage SL
• How to get huge profits
• Multiple Examples
In collaboration with @niki_poojary
Importance of Trading only BO or BD stocks by @Mitesh_Engr Sir: 👇
•Two questions to always ask:
~Why stock is going up/down and when?
~ Who is behind big up/down and when?
• Trade only stocks with Momentum
• Instant results
• Small SL or huge profits
Sir's take on how to Trade: 👇
• Observe fight between buyer & seller
• Position will be created within first 3 hours
• Operators will win
• Just find BO or BD
• Look for huge volume support
• Give company to operators
• ATP importance explained
How to take trade in Breakout/Breakdown stocks by @Mitesh_Engr Sir: 👇
• Check Support & Resistance
• Wait for 2-3 months consolidation
• Surge in volumes
• Trade on 3 min charts
• Small SL
• Keep trailing
• Always pyramid in profit
When and Why to Pyramid? By @Mitesh_Engr Sir
• Adding to winning positions
• Signals of continued strength
• Potentially large profits
• An Example of pyramiding in one of his trades
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
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
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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