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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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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)
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
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The great army of the monstrous Yajuj and Majuj (Gog and Magog) will rampage throughout the earth.
Yajuj and Majuj are mentioned in the Qur’an (Kahf and Anbiya).
They are sealed away behind a mighty wall by a legendary king, Dhul al-Qarnayn who is frequently linked to Alexander the Great and occasionally Cyrus the Great, though neither are exact matches
It is commonly believed they scratch at the wall daily, tearing nearly through until God intervenes and restores the barrier.
Thus sealed away, the world is safe from Yajuj and Majuj, that is, until the end of days.
Once released they are so numerous it is said when they come upon Tiberias lake or the Tigris and Euphrates they will drink it dry.
When they stand in formation their army stretches from Syria to ends of Persia.
Islamic eschatology regularly features the idea of an invading army and a great battle and Yajuj and Majuj is central to the narrative.
What you call chaos I call spontaneity.
A regimented life is like a heartbeat that's non-chaotic; it's a system that’s too ordered. It doesn't have any life to it. And real life has lots of ups and downs, some of them very extreme.
I over-plan, but planning is pretty useless. What tends to dominant life are a small number of Black Swan events in both directions, positive and negative.
Expose yourself to asymmetric upside and lots of good options: things that can become massively important for you.
And you want to avoid the asymmetric downside: anything that can end the game, whether it's through financial ruin, or reputational ruin, or physical ruin.
That requires a certain amount of chaos and spontaneity.
If nothing else, 2020 taught the power of optionality.
We think about planning as linear and controlled, but that's not how the world around us works anymore.
The world is dominated by nonlinearities, so understanding options value is far more important.
The ancient Indian kings called a head crown as a Mukut and it would mostly constitute of a golden ornamental headgear like an oval cap with gems.
Sometimes it would also include a halo circle to show the divinity of the king
As it was considered that kings were appointment by the gods themselves. Example the kings of mewar considered themselves to be the ‘Diwan of eklingji')
But in most cases very few Mukut with halo effect have been found.
Samudragupta in the gupta era coin. You can see the helmet like headwear on him.
Till gupta era the solid golden head wear was used in most days of the monarch.
But since the onset of 8th century it reduced in usage and was now used only as a ceremonial headwear.
Whereas earlier the Maharaja had to wear the mukut whenever his court was in session.
Still mukut was being used prominently for ceremonial activities till recent times.
Maharaj Dahir of Sindh👇
But as times past the style of headwear also changed.
The kings mostly wore turbans ordained with pearls and gems while rarely anyone wore a true Mukut after 16th century.
Portrait of Sri Krishna Dev Raya👇
So, about 5 years ago, we got on facebook. Why? Well, facebook has a big audience and they like to consume on facebook. So, we started posting comics there, even though we got paid nothing and facebook made money off the free content.
Why? Because back then, once in a while, you would say "also hey, I sell books" or "hey, I'm going to be signing at this event" and your facebook followers would actually see it.
Effectively, the implicit old arrangement was "facebook lets me reach readers efficiently, and I supply facebook with free content they run ads on."
Over time, like a bad business partner, facebook basically made it impossible to reach your audience without *paying them*. Thus, you supply them free content on which they run ads, and you get nothing in exchange.
To me, the most important aspect of the 2018 midterms wasn't even about partisan control, but about democracy and voting rights. That's the real battle.
2/The good news: It's now an issue that everyone's talking about, and that everyone cares about.
3/More good news: Florida's proposition to give felons voting rights won. But it didn't just win - it won with substantial support from Republican voters.
That suggests there is still SOME grassroots support for democracy that transcends
4/Yet more good news: Michigan made it easier to vote. Again, by plebiscite, showing broad support for voting rights as an
5/OK, now the bad news.
We seem to have accepted electoral dysfunction in Florida as a permanent thing. The 2000 election has never really
Bad ballot design led to a lot of undervotes for Bill Nelson in Broward Co., possibly even enough to cost him his Senate seat. They do appear to be real undervotes, though, instead of tabulation errors. He doesn't really seem to have a path to victory. https://t.co/utUhY2KTaR— Nate Silver (@NateSilver538) November 16, 2018