Some ofthe biggest breakouts occur after Volatility Contraction, the analogy is that more a spring is pressed, higher it jumps whenever it gets released.
There is a VCP Scanner on chartink (Not mine). This may also be used to find potential Breakouts.
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First two are good enough, if you want to really go in depth then go for 3rd one by Al Brooks later (Its only for serious and committed learners, as its too detailed and would tire out a casual reader). https://t.co/2Vgq5gCVXL
Book name plz— \ufe0e (@12354368ys_g) March 4, 2022
Lest some charlie jumps to point out, let me make it clear that I haven't invented anything in stock market, all my knowledge of stock market comes from old farts. Just my observation is my own. https://t.co/uHNw8tV4AO
Plz advice how to identify accumulation and distribution phase...... to me Both looks same— VIVEK VAID (@bobvaid) February 12, 2022
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This learning thread would be on
"𝙐𝙨𝙚𝙨 𝙤𝙛 𝙍𝙎𝙄"
Like👍 & Retweet🔄 for wider reach and for more such learning thread in the future.
Also, an investment strategy is shared using RSI in the end.
RSI- commonly used to show whether price is overbought or oversold.
𝐑𝐒𝐈 > 𝟕𝟎 -- 𝐎𝐯𝐞𝐫𝐛𝐨𝐮𝐠𝐡𝐭
𝐑𝐒𝐈 < 𝟑𝟎 -- 𝐎𝐯𝐞𝐫𝐬𝐨𝐥𝐝
One becomes cautious once price becomes overbought and optimistic when price becomes oversold.
Let's understand this with an example of Laurus Labs:
1. It was in overbought zone and after a few days when a small dip was seen from 693 to 588 (15% downside)
2. It was in oversold zone and after a few days when a small rally was seen from 59 to 107 (82% upside)
Well, this looks very easy, but it is not.
When a price is in overbought zone and is in momentum, then it can move up without taking a dip and exiting or shorting stock would prove wrong.
When IRCTC was in overbought zone, price went up from 2718 to 6396 (135% rally).
Similarly, for oversold stock.
When a price is in oversold zone and is crashing, then it can move down without taking an upmove and buying stock would prove wrong.
When DHFL was in oversold zone, price went down from 126 to 11 (91% crash).
Covering one of the most unique set ups: Extended moves & Reversal plays
Time for a 🧵 to learn the above from @iManasArora
What qualifies for an extended move?
30-40% move in just 5-6 days is one example of extended move
How Manas used this info to book
The stock exploded & went up as much as 63% from my price.— Manas Arora (@iManasArora) June 22, 2020
Closed my position entirely today!#BroTip pic.twitter.com/CRbQh3kvMM
Post that the plight of the
What an extended (away from averages) move looks like!!— Manas Arora (@iManasArora) June 24, 2020
If you don't learn to sell into strength, be ready to give away the majority of your gains.#GLENMARK pic.twitter.com/5DsRTUaGO2
Example 2: Booking profits when the stock is extended from 10WMA
#HIKAL— Manas Arora (@iManasArora) July 2, 2021
Closed remaining at 560
Reason: It is 40+% from 10wma. Super extended
Total revenue: 11R * 0.25 (size) = 2.75% on portfolio
Trade closed pic.twitter.com/YDDvhz8swT
Another hack to identify extended move in a stock:
Too many green days!
When you see 15 green weeks in a row, that's the end of the move. *Extended*— Manas Arora (@iManasArora) August 26, 2019
Simple price action analysis.#Seamecltd https://t.co/gR9xzgeb9K
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