H&S tops with ascending/descending necklines https://t.co/cmRRHp5rlh
Sir Edwards & Magee discussed sloping necklines in H&S in their classical work. I am considering this breakdown by Affle as an H&S top breakdown with a target open of 770.— The_Chartist \U0001f4c8 (@charts_zone) May 25, 2022
The target also coincides with support at the exact same level. pic.twitter.com/n84kSgkg4q
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1. A Book written by Sir @Prashantshah267 as attached
2. Research paper by @MebFaber April 2010
3. A book written by Sir Robert A. Levy as attached
4. Webinar by Sir @premalparekh with @vivbajaj
5. Video by @jfahmy on YT https://t.co/xg4fe09ImL
Hi sir ..can u post some articles or write up on relative strength ,how to use same and what is the criteria .. kindly help— Nanda (@vk_nandagopal) December 11, 2021
It is important to analyse the strength of the breakout. If the price does not continues the move in 1 or 2 sessions and candles show long upper wicks, it is better to bring the SL closer. Distribution sign.
Will be helpful in next breakouts. https://t.co/AtZOj4bKeT
Learning: Strong breakout— The_Chartist \U0001f4c8 (@nison_steve) July 2, 2021
1. Breakout candle will have no upper shadow or extremely less compared to the body
2. Volumes will be high (to avoid retailers to enter & also big hand absorbing all the selling)
3. Pullbacks will be rare/very less
4. Happens after a long consolidation pic.twitter.com/YTHDOnEdxo
It is better if you spend considerable time learning these concepts. https://t.co/caBHOO4Owa
TRAPS? In a false breakout, the price breaks out of the range & comes back within the range. A trap is one step ahead, price not only comes back within the range but breaks down in the opposite direction. It traps the initial longs who didn't close their positions— The_Chartist \U0001f4c8 (@charts_zone) January 22, 2022
Russell 2000 pic.twitter.com/txzjdnStzc
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It's much more powerful than you think
9 things TradingView can do, you'll wish you knew yesterday: 🧵
Collaborated with @niki_poojary
1/ Free Multi Timeframe Analysis
Step 1. Download Vivaldi Browser
Step 2. Login to trading view
Step 3. Open bank nifty chart in 4 separate windows
Step 4. Click on the first tab and shift + click by mouse on the last tab.
Step 5. Select "Tile all 4 tabs"
What happens is you get 4 charts joint on one screen.
Refer to the attached picture.
The best part about this is this is absolutely free to do.
Also, do note:
I do not have the paid version of trading view.
2/ Free Multiple Watchlists
Go through this informative thread where @sarosijghosh teaches you how to create multiple free watchlists in the free
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A THREAD \U0001f9f5
Please Like and Re-Tweet. It took a lot of effort to put this together. #StockMarket #TradingView #trading #watchlist #Nifty500 #stockstowatch
3/ Free Segregation into different headers/sectors
You can create multiple sections sector-wise for free.
1. Long tap on any index/stock and click on "Add section above."
2. Secgregate the stocks/indices based on where they belong.
Kinda like how I did in the picture below.
A small thread PART -2 will be released tomorrow
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Do read fully as it starts from basic to end & can be long one...
Do retweet & like as this is yrs of my hardwork in few tweets (1/n)
1) For riding trends, first you have to understand trends - Here is how a complete cycle of stock looks like..Stock has 4 stages...We need to be in 2nd one to make money.
Now here we go deeper into stage 2 (2/n)
2) Any stage 2 has phases as this is not a linear journey but the stock will set up multiple bases in between...Below is the example of Balaji amines that highlights how the stage 2 in reality looks now.....
3) So a Stage 2 has periods of bases in between which are the typical resting period for digesting earlier gains. Theoretically looks like this..Stage 2 then a base within stage 2 and stage 2 resumes....
4) The real question is how to ride trend between the bases peacefully so that we don't have to wait in consolidation.
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