Limited take on Nifty :
~ Dollar Index closed above 93 , which is not good for EMs
~ For further weakness you have close below EMA-9
~ Their is 30 % probability you will test EMA-21 before 6th Oct
~ 2 big macro triggers , Crude & Dollar Index
~ Review daily , no fix view
Means Monday gap down ?— Nirav S. Karia (@caniravkaria) September 18, 2021
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- Stock rallied to 986 from 789(25%) in just 23days.
- Able to catch the momentum stock near its area of value.
- Find out the stocks which respect which moving average using our AOV analysis and know this type of stocks earlier before bigger move.
#Areaofvalue analysis#CDSL— SSStockAlerts (@ssstockalerts) May 6, 2021
Buy near 21 SMA support. This stock respects 21 SMA for 84% time. Backtested for last 1 year.
Candle size is getting smaller and volume also less then avg volume.
Any time it can reverse from here.
If the starting capital is 10L & parked in strongest stocks & let say it moves till 20L. Firstly, I never hold any position without SL. So, now if market corrects I will be out with taking my SL with lets say 19L. (1/
2. I will then be left with 90% gains of my initial capital. With 19L, I will keep on looking for strongest counters & hold them. The basic idea to me is - CAPITAL PRESERVATION & to avoid major DRAWDOWNS.
3. The primary goal is multiplying money & not to love or marry a stock. Emotionless investment. Keep on riding the winners & cutting down the losers. I go restless if my position doesn't moves for 2 weeks & may switch to a high-flying stock.
4. I faced this dilemma in initial years - what do I want? A stock going up 10x with 5% position size and few in my portfolio at same level or overall portfolio beating the benchmark consecutively. So, I am focussing on full garden taking care of my flowers.
5. I will focus on fundamentals too to select what to hold with conviction but will never hold them blindly if the price breaks my rule on charts thus avoiding drawdowns. With every bull run, new leaders will keep on emerging & it is important to keep your eyes n brain open.
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Let’s do another, this one to Senate Intel. Question: “Were you or CEO Mark Zuckerberg aware of the hiring of Joseph Chancellor?"
Answer "Facebook has over 30,000 employees. Senior management does not participate in day-today hiring decisions."
Or to @CommonsCMS: Question: "When did Mark Zuckerberg know about Cambridge Analytica?"
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[email protected] from @latticeHQ says “Don’t confuse investor interest with product-market fit. You’re about to be on the receiving end of a lot of hype and FOMO - use it to your advantage by taking the money and then keep your burn and ego low.”
[email protected] from @flexport says “I like to remind myself that even Bruce Springsteen still gets nervous before his concerts. Remember that, and then try to focus on what investors want: First, not to be bored. Second, to get rich(er).”
[email protected] from @frontapp says “Leverage your data to tell a story about what the business has achieved and where it is going. Metrics are necessary, but they are too often shared without a narrative arc.”
[email protected] from @weebly says “Make it relevant. Investors can live in their own world, so try to find an angle that they can relate to.”
- Progress/trajectory over time
- How well they lead a team &
- Make the vision happen
- Most impressed when someone is way ahead of where you thought they would be when you check up/see them a few months later.
2) Indie Makers have such a benefit of being small, fast, nimble workers in comparison to big companies.
We can easily pivot and vastly change a project of ours. We can change as we learn more about our users.
Big companies can take months/years for even the smallest of pivots.
3) Before you find a product market you can pivot your project as many times as necessary until you find something that works.
Then you only have one thing to do: scale, scale, scale.
4) Be obsessed with the little details.
- listen to every single person who uses your product
- reply to every single person who emails you about your product
- ask them what they like and do not like
- iterate your product, make changes, pivot if necessary
5) Paul Graham's (@paulg) name came up with a feeling of great admiration! Naturally! It was Paul who said:
In the early stages of a company just;
- write code
- talk/sell to customers to stress test your idea
What a weekend celebrating makers looks like.
Let's start with a crazy view of what @ProductHunt looked like on Sunday
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A top 7 with:
Spotify Ctrl @shahroozme
If you want some top picks, see @deadcoder0904's thread,
We were going to have a go at doing this, but he nailed it.
It also comes with voting links 🖐so go do your
#24hrsstartup was an amazing event— Akshay Kadam(A2K) \U0001f47b (@deadcoder0904) November 19, 2018
I never went to a hackathon but this just felt like one even though I was just watching \U0001f440
Everyone did great but there were a few startups that I personally loved \U0001f496
Some of my favorites are in the thread below\U0001f447
Over the following days the 24hr startup crew had more than their fair share of launches
Lots of variety: web, bots, extensions and even native apps
eg. @jordibruin with