My System for momentum trading🧵:
1. Stock Identification:
Daily and Weekly Delivery Analysis using @mystockedge
Theme Confirmation using Internet and Network
2. Stock Confirmation:
Relative Strength of a stock visavis market using RS55 model listed in @mystockedge
Only when chart showing short term breakout along with RS55>0 and RSI>50. I am ready to leave some initial movements.
4. Position buildup:
Every time the stock gives a breakout from the previous swing high add more position and go all-in.
I run two portfolios: Short term Swing and Long term Swing.
For Exit in Short term swings, I use a 2hourly Chart with super trend and RS. I am using @tradingview for the same.
For long term swing, I exit when the RS of the stock goes below 0. Period.
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More from Screeners
a) RSI > 55 < 70 in daily
b) RSI > 60 in weekly/monthly
c) Candle close above SuperTrend(10,3)
d) Candle close above 200EMA in daily and 34EMA in weekly/monthly
I have published these scanners in TradePoint Web of @Definedge. These scanners can also be developed in TradePoint Desktop.
1) Run these scanners on Multi Time Frame Scanners
Save the qualified candidates (score above 2) to a group for doing further analysis.
Run FusionMatrix on this group to check stronger candidates, Sort on RS-Ranking score and select top candidates. Look for long entries based on your favorite systems.
One example #TATAELXSI on daily charts
RS chart bullish ABC pattern and in Price chart probable bear trap and bullish ABC
(bullish divergence between price and RS charts also)
Time for a thread about all tools I use to research,Find information and update myself about different subjects
Blog Subscriptions I am subscribed to for investing:
2. Non-Gaap Substack
3. The Flywheel substack
4. Read The Generalist
5. Kiran D- has a blog on word press
6. Uncommon Profits
7. Used to read stalwart but they reduced the posting
12. Betaoalpha Substack by @mehrotra_saket
Others that I like to read
2. @EconomicTimes Prime. Recently they have improved
Sectoral experts/Analysts that I follow:
For Pharma- @AdityaKhemka5 , @unseenvalue & @punitbansal14 + Contract Pharma for cdmo
For Banking- @HemindraHazari , Digant Haria and Ashish Gupta from Credit Suisse (he's terrific)
For chemicals- Rohit Nagraj from Emkay Global
and chemical weekly+Chemical reports monthly from B&K securities
Broker reports that I like to read whenever I can:
1. Spark capital-hands down the best reports in the country.
2. Ambit- publish some good stuff. But rarely available
3. JM Financial- exceptional reports.
What does it mean?
7 tweets that will teach you about its basics (and much more):🧵
Collaborated with @niki_poojary
1/ What is CPR?
The basics of CPR, how it's calculated, and TC and BC in CPR.
One can also gauge the trend whether bullish or bearish.
Explained in very simple words
@ZerodhaVarsity 2/ What are the Uses of CPR?
A thread that provides examples along with the concept.
Also includes an Intraday Trading Setup on 5 min
#CPR is an indicator which is used for #Intraday in Stock Market.— Yash Mehta (@YMehta_) November 19, 2021
This learning thread would be on
"\U0001d650\U0001d668\U0001d65a\U0001d668 \U0001d664\U0001d65b \U0001d63e\U0001d64b\U0001d64d"
Like\u2764\ufe0f& Retweet\U0001f501for wider reach and for more such learning thread in the future.
Also, an investment strategy is shared using CPR in the end.
@ZerodhaVarsity @YMehta_ 3/ How to analyze trends with CPR?
How to interpret CPR based on the candles forming either above or below the daily and weekly CPR.
He is the most famous guy when it comes to CPR, so go through his Twitter and Youtube
CPR indicator trend analysis:— Gomathi Shankar (@cprbykgs) January 25, 2022
Candles below daily & weekly CPR \U0001f43b
Candles above daily CPR but below weekly CPR early confirmation of \U0001f402
Candles above daily + weekly CPR strong confirmation of \U0001f402
Isn\u2019t it simple?#cprbykgs #cprindicator #nifty #banknifty
@ZerodhaVarsity @YMehta_ @cprbykgs 4/ Interpreting longer timeframes with CPR
Trend Reversals with CPR when the trend is bullish and it enters the daily CPR
#banknifty— Gomathi Shankar (@cprbykgs) July 9, 2021
Candles above monthly CPR- Bullish
Candles above weekly CPR- Bullish
Now, whenever candles enter daily CPR range it indicates weakness of current trend & early signs of trend reversal.
So, wait for the candles to exit the daily CPR range then take the trade. (1/4) pic.twitter.com/7vaaLMCrV8
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Brahma,who had received the knowledge of Puranas from the Universal being(God Himself), imbibed this to his 4 Kumaras.
Sanat Kumaras then taught the Puranas to Narada.Narada transmitted it to Krishna Dwaipayana who in turn scripted them in monumental epic documents of 18 Puranas.
The Vishnu Purana is recorded in two parts,the Vishnu Purana & Naradiya Purana.The teachings of Sanaka of the Kumara brothers r contained in the Naradiya Purana which is also divided in two parts, the first part containing the teachings of Sanaka &second part,teachings of others.
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Then we decided to have kids...
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But I don't think this is all of it, either.
5/The reason I think it's more than these things is that even *in private*, people on the Right express their "crimethink" ideas very gingerly and hesitantly.
I get the sense that they're not just afraid of external censure, but have also internalized liberal norms.
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