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Learned Technical & Fundamental But Still Making Loss

Are you still losing money after learned technical and fundamental analysis?

You know all about Candlestick and Chart Patterns, you know how to Draw Trend lines and Trending Channels. You know all about ADX, ATR, Bollinger Band, RSI, MACD, Moving Averages and other Indicators and oscillators but still making the loss.

You have tried all famous trading setups namely, Golden crossover, Bollinger band […]

By |February 2nd, 2017|Trading Physiology|0 Comments

How to Trade Penny Stocks

First of all, I would sincerely advise you all against investing in penny stocks. One of the basic rules of buying stocks is to consider ‘value’; not ‘price’.  The allure of penny stocks is simple: They don’t cost much money and promise big profits. But trading penny stocks is also a good way to lose […]

By |January 30th, 2017|Trading Strategies|0 Comments

Technical View: Lupin Ltd. (Daily chart – 26-12-2016)

Company Name: Lupin Ltd.
NSE Ticker: LUPIN
SECTOR: PHARMACEUTICALS
Analysis Date: 26 December 2016
LTP: 1399.05
Fundamental Strength: Strong
Stock Trading Strategy: Buy on Dips

By |December 26th, 2016|Technical View|0 Comments

The Bollinger Band Squeeze Strategy

Bollinger bands are a measurement of the volatility of price above and below the simple moving average. John Bollinger noted that periods of low volatility are followed by periods of high volatility, so when we notice the Bollinger bands ‘squeeze’ in towards each other, we can infer that a significant price movement may be on […]

By |December 10th, 2016|Trading Strategies|1 Comment

India VIX – India Volatility Index

India VIX is India’s volatility Index which is a key measure of market expectations of near-term volatility conveyed by NIFTY stock index option prices. This volatility index is computed by NSE based on the order book of NIFTY Options. For this, the best bid-ask quotes of near and next-month NIFTY options contracts which are traded […]

By |November 29th, 2016|Basic Options & Strategies|0 Comments

Bullish Option Strategy: Long Call

This is one of the basic strategies as it involves entering into one position i.e. buying the Call Option only. Any
investor who buys the Call Option will be bullish in nature and would be expecting the market to give decent
returns in the near future.

Risk:  The risk of the buyer is the amount paid by him […]

By |November 29th, 2016|Basic Options & Strategies|0 Comments

PCR Ratio: Put Call Ratio

The Put/Call Ratio is an indicator that shows put volume relative to call volume. Put options are used to hedge against market weakness or bet on a decline. Call options are used to hedge against market strength or bet on advance. The Put/Call Ratio is above 1 when put volume exceeds call volume and below […]

By |November 28th, 2016|Basic Options & Strategies|0 Comments

Options Open Interest

Price movements in the options market result from the decisions of millions of traders. But there are a number of useful statistics besides price movements that tell you what those other market participants are doing.
Open interest is a concept all option traders need to understand. Although it is always one of the data fields on […]

By |November 28th, 2016|Basic Options & Strategies|0 Comments

Option Greeks

In options trading, you may notice the use of certain greek alphabets when describing risks associated with various positions.  Option prices can change due to directional price shifts in the underlying asset, changes in the implied volatility, time decay, and even changes in interest rates.They are known as “the greeks” and here. They are delta, […]

By |November 28th, 2016|Basic Options & Strategies|0 Comments

Intraday Commodity Trading Strategies

Intraday trading is most popular trading in commodities. Most of people are trading in the MCX. Commodity trading strategies are plans for buying and selling commodity futures and options to profit from movements in price. It is important to construct a strategic plan before you begin trading commodities and risk any capital.

By |November 27th, 2016|Trading Strategies|0 Comments