Analyzed last 12 years of historical data to check if there are any patterns we can observe to find the best time to invest in stocks for long term. #Nifty50 #investing #stocks 1/10
and in the year 2020, its less than 10 stocks, if you compare the above data with below Nifty chart, you can easily conclude that those extreme panic period were the times market bottomed out.
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Please note that there is no way to get the historical lot size of stocks futures, NSE don't publish it directly, so we need to do some calculated steps to get that data. Download Market Activity report https://t.co/HKLkSVtXEI
The zip file contains multiple files, open the second file.
The file will contain stock symbol, expiry date, OHLC data, along with that you get traded quantity and No of contracts traded, using this data we can calculate the lot size of every stock symbol. Simply divide Traded QTY / NO of contracts gives you the lot size.
So to get the historical stock futures data, all you need to do is change the date in the below link
https://t.co/xIBXsPpIVt For an example, to get the historical stock futures lot size data for Sep 2016, use https://t.co/Criu7S3Fi5
Many people think some magical strategy or indicators is all they need to be successful at Trading. But what really goes in the minds of a successful trader? Professor Hichman Benjelloun did a research on this.
Successful traders have poker face. If you talk to successful traders or chat with them, you can’t figure out if they are happy or sad. Having good time or bad time.
For them making money or losing money is same thing, as they say a good trader feels great after a good trade, but a great trader feels NOTHING after a great trade. They control their emotions not only in trading but also outside their trading life. They are highly disciplined
Whether they are making money or losing money, they continue with their daily routine, going to gym, cycling etc they don’t skip it because of a losing trade. It doesn’t affect them. They have probability mind set. What does that mean?
During Trading hours, Your maximum time is spent on? Are you spending more time on analyzing your trades before placing the order or after placing the order?— Kirubakaran Rajendran (@kirubaakaran) December 14, 2020
We do not like people or information that contradicts our thoughts. We like them when they confirm what we think. Hence, we tend to place more weight on information that confirms our trade position. Example- You think market is bullish & wanted to go on a long position,
Next a new bullish bar prints on the chart. You would think "Yes, my bullish proposition is still valid" (even though this bullish bar is smaller range)
A bearish bar prints. But you think "this bar lacks momentum" (because you already have firm belief that market is bullish)
One more bearish bar follows, pushing against a support level. But you would think "the support level is holding" Bullishness confirmed. Buy more! (even though this bar closed below the support level with clear momentum.)
"Is long strangle strategy profitable?" https://t.co/luHnX1SGxx
"Is #Intraday trading profitable?"
Every long term investor was once a Intraday trader.
If you avoid the below three mistakes, intraday trading is definitely
"The best way to invest in #StockMarket, follow this simple rule"
Let’s consider two different scenarios,
Market crashes after your investment
Market rallies after your
Investment in #Gold is really good diversification. It helps well during bad economy period. However, instead of buying physical gold, you can invest in Gold ETF like Goldbees. Here’s the last 13 years historical analysis of Gold price
How about a trading system that gives you just two or three trades in a year, but ends up giving phenomenal returns. This is one such trading strategy with plain simple rules
Unfortunately, everybody believes that a successful trader always has a secret Technical Skill. But the truth is Technical skill is the least important factor to be a superstar trader.
Then what separates a great trader from the group of average traders? Its their emotion.
This is how most traders think: They first think about the Entry point, at which price should I buy? At which level should I enter? At which point should I get into a trade?
But this is how you must think to be a profitable trader. You have to adapt to trading strategy that suits your psychology, assign trade management rules, keep position sizing and money management rules.
One of the main reason people lose money in stock market is because of their position size. Example: Vicky starts trading with a capital of Rs. 1,00,000 and he finds a trading opportunity and buys Spice Jet share for Rs. 100. At the max, he can buy 1000 shares of Spice Jet stock.
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// What are trend-lines?
Trend-lines are support and resistance lines which are formed by connecting Important swing points.
The beauty of using them is that We can use them when stock is not Respecting the Horizontal S&R zones, they can indicate us when the trend may change.
// Things To consider while Making trendlines?
• A trendline formed by using 3 Major-Swing points is a potential trendline, But we will also use 2 points to form a trendline, will discuss how, as you read further.
• Trendline can be formed by two ways-
In this method we only connect the wicks to make a trendline, this is a precise way of making a trendline.
// Why only connect the wicks?
There are two type of levels - Precise and Less precise (Which we call zones).
So what we are doing is by only connecting the wicks we are making a precise level where we can take trades, either Mean reversion or Breakout trades.
It has risen 5,000% from lows this year on misguided retail euphoria over its LiDAR IP portfolio amid a broad EV bubble.
Retail investors have latched onto the company's portfolio of 250+ active patents, but an IP attorney we engaged found that only ~10 $MVIS issued patents even mention LiDAR.
Of those, many are oriented toward consumer/non-automotive use.
These patents haven't faced inter partes review (IPR) challenges yet, significantly reducing their value.
“No one buys patents these days for any real money unless the patents have been put through the test of at least an IPR,” our IP attorney told us.
The recent excitement all belies the fact that $MVIS is essentially a science project that has gone nowhere after 25 years.
It was trading around $0.20 in April of this year and contemplating sale or liquidation.
But EV mania presented an opportunity.
In November, the company put financing documents in place then announced the very next day that it hopes to have a LiDAR demo product by April 2021.
Was looking at the landscape of the world & quite concerned where we are (I do not share your optimism for a shinny happy future). I am a Bond guy + Cycles & my view approach is ALWAYS what is the worst that can happen (that is how I was taught to trade & manage money) As a Bond
Money manager you never every want to apologize for a negative year, most people don't understand bonds can lose lots and lots and lots of money. So my view on life is always negative & fuck you approach.
The others are similar but have more equity exposure and FX, one other is really good via commodities so the conversation was from a top down look with some bottom up approaches. So.....after looking at the notes of the great conversation this is how it looked:
basically the world changed 2007/2008 especially North America. The GFC set in motion financial engineering games and here we are. The issues pre this (2000 to 2007) set ALL this up so lots of blame to go around but to pin point certain things the real problems started with QE &
The goat of compilations @kgao1412
Clark Square Capital (@ClarkSquareCap) has a great site of speeches, interview, books and other resources
Highly underrated is @choctopcap's neocities site
My good mate Erick Mokaya (@ekmokaya) has a great @mjmauboussin resource list
We can only see the Happy part of other lives, but ignore what they might have gone through to achieve that.
But let me tell you, even if someone is at ease right now, doesn't mean that he will continue to be at ease for their whole life.
The struggle will come again and we will have to go through it ,whatever we do, whoever we are , we have to cross that river of pain.
Even,In trading there are times when nothing works out, you go through long time and money draw-downs.
Even if you think you are a master, you have to go through it.
If you are struggling right now, don't lose hope as the tables will turn.
But remember to work as hard as you can and do as much good work as you can in your ease or Joyful time of life, because the tables will turn again.
Thank you for reading.
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Imagine, for a moment, the reaction of the UK Government, Brexiters, and the RW UK press if Juncker, Tusk, Macron or Merkel went on TV to say that Brexit was worth it to stop Freedom of Movement for UK citizens, and to stop Brits being able to come to the EU and jump the queue.— Steve Bullock (@GuitarMoog) November 20, 2018
2/ Imagine if the EU said finally all those retired Brits in the EU27 could go home
3/ Imagine if the EU said finally all those Brits in the EU could stop driving down wages, taking jobs and stop sending benefits back to the UK
4/ Imagine if the EU said it was looking to use UK citizens as “bargaining chips” to get a better trade deal
5/ Imagine if the EU told UK citizens in the EU27 that they could no longer rely on established legal rights and they would have to apply for a new status which they have to pay for for less rights
Interestingly, this thread below has been written by that.
Let me show you how it looks like. 👇🏻
Recently I just refunded all Poster's sales from Gumroad. Being that said, I decided to not using that service anymore.— Wilbert Liu \U0001f468\U0001f3fb\u200d\U0001f3a8 (@wilbertliu) November 19, 2018
Here's a little story \U0001f447\U0001f3fb
When you see localhost up there, you should know that it's truly an experiment! 😀
It's a dead-simple thread writer that will post a series of tweets a.k.a tweetstorm. ⚡️
I've been personally wanting it myself since few months ago, but neglected it intentionally to make sure it's something that I genuinely need.
So why is that important for me? 🙂
I've been a believer of a story. I tell stories all the time, whether it's in the real world or online like this. Our society has moved by that.
If you're interested by stories that move us, read Sapiens!
One of the stories that I've told was from the launch of Poster.
It's been launched multiple times this year, and Twitter has been my go-to place to tell the world about that.
Here comes my frustration.. 😤
'Entering the trade'
Entering a trade without ascertaining a certain things is gambling.
In this masterclass we will learn the pre-requisites to enter a trade.
DON'T ENTER A TRADE WITHOUT DETERMINNG THE FOLLOWING.
We understand what reward to risk (popularly called risk to reward) is.
It will be denoted by R:R.
We will also try to bust a few myths about R:R and how to avoid losing trades.
Before entering a trade, you need to determine 3 things.
1. Entry trigger
2. Stop loss
1. Entry trigger = Reasons for entering a trade. There could be multiple reasons or a single reason for entry.
Generally a set of reasons AKA confluence is a higher probability trade and a generally a safer entry.
Example of an entry trigger.
2. Stop Loss.
The price in the opposite direction of the trade where the trade is exited, at a loss.
At this level, the reason for the entry becomes invalidated according to TA and the price can then move in the opposite direction, probabilistically.
3. Target is the possible price level that the asset might touch based on previous trends or confluence AND where a possible reversal could occur.
Target is the next path of least resistance from where the price might reverse.
We will always ONLY use TA to determine all 3.
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Thanks to @chamath for laying this out in Social Capital's 2018 annual letter.
I've always appreciated his outspokenness.
2/ The hardest thing for most startups today is the path to market: first finding product-market fit & a way to reach customers, then building a ruthless machine to acquire, monetize & retain them.
3/ Because of this, when the VC industry invests capital into fast growing startups today, the plurality (if not majority) of invested capital will go into user acquisition and ad spending, for better or worse— usually worse.
4/ Todays massive venture-backed advertising, sales, and user acquisition playbook has morphed into one that champions growth at any cost.
This is creating a big bill that will soon come due...
5/ Ad impressions and click-throughs are bid up to outrageous prices by startups flush with venture money, and prospective users demand more and more subsidized products to gain their initial attention.