How you can filter stocks for Intraday trades - 🧵
As a kid, we would do homework before school the next day - you have to do homework here too. A specific sector performs on a particular day and studying things a day before will help you spot that particular sector. (1/11)
- If any Index closed exactly at the resistance, you can get a trade on either side on the next day. (2/11)
- If any Index closed exactly at support, you can get a trade on either side the following day.
- If there was a bullish signal at the support.
- If any Index gave a breakout or breakdown and then gave a good closing. (3/11)
Once you spot the Index, look at all the stocks in that particular Index. Pick at least 3-4 stocks from that Index and add them to your watchlist for the next day. It's ideal to check both higher and lower timeframes. (4/11)
- Start with checking the top gainers/losers list. I observe market from 9:15 to 9:45am to check the sectors performing well on that day.(5/11)
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Possible ways to find out the target:
Check if any patterns forming - it gets quite easy to figure out the targets that way. (1/15)
Let's say cup and handle. Our first target in this case will be the height of the handle and final target will be height of the whole cup. It's the same with H&S. First target will be the height of the shoulder and final will be the height of the head. (2/15)
In triangles, the targets will be height of the whole triangle.
Sometimes, after hitting the first target.. stock starts consolidating or take a retest of the breakout. On some occasions, stock gives one sided move non-stop.. without any pullback. (3/15)
A lot depends on the stock behaviour too. If a particular Index gave a breakout, then too stock gives final target without pullback.
Also, if stock gives weekly breakout and market is trending during that time.. even then it gives a one sided move. (4/15)
Recently, we've seen many such stocks -- Kotak Bank, TataMotors, TataPower.
Other helpful thing I learned from @Traderknight007 about exit criteria is using volume expansion and DMA/EMA. I began using it and benefitted. This is recently observed in TCS, DLF & many others. (5/15)
Choppy markets are difficult to trade. When there's an uptrend like it was in mid-2020 and 2021, it's easy to find out stocks in different ways. (1/18)
And when it is in a clear downtrend, we can simply avoid trading in cash scrips and can take the benefit of selling in F&O.
We don't know for how long the market will be choppy - could be a few days, 2 months, 6 months or a year. (2/18)
You just can't sit with 100% cash for trading in stocks that long. A way to trade needs to be figured out.
After a clear uptrend, market changes the trend and sometimes goes sideways/consolidate for the time being. (3/18)
When it falls after an uptrend, there will be so many supports midway - sometimes it doesn't fall freely. The question is... how can we take trades at this time in cash scrips?
When Nifty and small-cap/midcap Index comes at major support keep a watchlist ready. (4/18)
This watchlist is of stocks which are at major support too or at 20, 50 EMA (generally stocks bounces from here if the market supports). Try to find stocks from a strong sector/theme. The next day, if we get a bounce, trade Intraday in that stocks. (5/18)
Read and follow this.. he has aptly explained about various methods to trail.
2. TRAILING METHODS-— Trader knight (@Traderknight007) December 24, 2020
1. SWING POINT METHOD-
In this method we use the swing points or the HH- HL OR LH-LL points for placing sl,
In this method we trail our sl when the stock make a Higher low after our entry and keep Trailing the sl till it hits. pic.twitter.com/CqzCkLdWmC
Here are some ways how you can do it, when you can do it and the right position sizing for doing it... 🧵 (1/25)
Traders who are trading in cash and want to explore options generally start with options buying without much knowledge. They buy OTM strikes and trade with wrong position sizing. With no idea about the perfect entry, they end up feeling that F&O is risky. (2/25)
After losses in F&O buying, this is how I approached it and it rewarded me pretty well in initial phase. I find this strategy easy to start things off. And then, you can explore other strategies too and find what works for you. (3/25)
Vertical spread is a directional, defined risk options trading strategy:
1. Bull call spread (Debit spread)
2. Bull put spread (Credit spread)
3. Bear call spread (Credit spread)
4. Bear put spread (Debit spread)
Read about these strategies in the below articles. (4/25)
While going through these strategies, you must have thought you have to wait till expiry for profits/loss. (5/25)
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I am using only one indicator in the chart.
i.e DC(20) = Donchain Channel
I use 3 min chart and the DC period is 20, so DC high is basically the last 1 hour high & DC low is the last 1 hour low.
The middle line is the median of high and low.
Donchian channels are mainly used to identify the breakout of nifty/BNF.
We can take directional bias based on the indicator.
If nifty is breaking DC high, can take bullish view.
if it is breaking DC down, can take bearish view.
if it is in between, can trade range-bound.
We can monitor nifty/banknifty futures with volume along with DC.
If the volume is 1.5 to 2 times the average volume and if DC high/low is taken out then it can be a strong bullish/bearish signal.
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