Dec 31, 2013

YOU WANT TO PUT SOME TATA TELESERVICES STOCK IN YOUR PORTFOLIO FOR MULTIBAGGER RETURNS

TATA TELESERVICES (MAHARASHTRA) LTD.

This stock is trading around 7.41
We recommend a buy at this price.
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Technical analysis and stock movements as well recommendations are subject to changes in market condition and news flow of company and the economy. So please remain updated with us. Or contact us directly in case of any query on info@meghainvestments.com or 09377008708

Dec 27, 2013

RANBAXY, CIPLA, GLENMARK FOR TRADING

Pharma stocks have become a darling of traders in recent times including the IT stocks. In many ways the way picture is being painted is that one of a competition between the two economy sectors to outperform each other. However, the rise in pharma stocks has been mainly sporadic across largecap, midcap and smallcap while that of IT stocks is secular in trend but not across market cap classifications. The trend among the IT has remained with the frontline stocks. While reverse is true for the pharma stocks. We have seen legendary rises in pharma stocks like aurobindo pharma, wockhardt pharma and such other midcap pharma stocks whlie the reverse is true for midcap counterpart in IT sector which have seen declines. However, stocks like Tata Elxi and Hexaware are trying to cover the lost ground. There are altogether different genre of IT stocks such as Geometric, which however, we @MEGHA INVESTMENTS AND RESEARCH, do not put strictly into IT space. You can take names of stocks like Kale Consultant also in the same breath.
Anyways, we want to highlight a small research done on Ranbaxy, Cipla and Glenmark for trading. We believe there is a lot room for both sectors. And stocks in these two sectors as well as fmcg should continue to remain defensive and performance generating ideas, while traders looking for big alfa may get one here and one there opportunity to take their 'kills' in the sectors like power, cap goods, retail which are trying to become the first wave in the next bull market. (Read our earlier articles here for complete market views for next several months http://meghainvestments.blogspot.in/2013/10/nifty-50-can-it-do-it-this-time-nifty.html )

CIPLA is trading at 404. RANBAXY 462, and GLENMARK which is relatively new entrant in derivatives list is trading at 537. These securities are good for trading for buy side investors as we go ahead in January with almost a whole week-kind of holiday on the back of Christmas season in half the world. Ranbaxy, should be picked with caution and above the present trading levels only as it is facing its stiffest resistance at the current prices forming triple top. Others are good to go.

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ANOTHER COSMETIC STEP: SEBI ALLOWS ‘CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION’ IN IPO ADVERTISEMENTS

SEBI ALLOWS ‘CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION’ IN IPO ADVERTISEMENTS


In an attempt to liven up the primary stock market, the market regulator SEBI has decided to allow companies to use creativity and innovative advertisements, of course with the necessary disclosures and information as mandated.
Since, the 2010 Coal India IPO, there has been not meaningful IPO in Indian markets. The primary market has been languishing; no wonder why it is so; as the secondary market is also in doldrums amidst the exodus of retail investors. It has been the foreign institutional investors who have been holding the market at near lifetime highs and keep it going; is a harsh fact of the time.
The Indian IPO market has been sluggish for almost three years and IPO proposals worth Rs 72,000 crore are yet to hit the market despite having got regulatory clearance.
Among various reforms, Sebi has introduced an e-IPO mechanism through which investments can be done online without signing any physical documents. This has helped fast-track the public offer processing time. 
On account of streamlining of process and other external factors, the average time taken for processing offer documents has also come down from 152 days to 48 days.
Besides, a facility to procure and submit IPO forms is now available to investors in more than 1,000 locations, as SEBI has allowed use of stock broker network of stock exchanges for submitting applications. 
The investors are also now directly able to submit ASBA (Amount Supported by Blocked Amount) applications in more than 67,000 bank branches as against less than 10,000 branches that existed earlier.


Dec 20, 2013

NOW SEBI DECIDES TRADING CRITERIA OF ILLIQUID STOCK BASED ON PROFITABILITY, PLEDGED SHARES, MARKET CAPITALISATION, AND DIVIDEND

NOW SEBI DECIDES TRADING CRITERIA OF ILLIQUID STOCK BASED ON PROFITABILITY, PLEDGED SHARES, MARKET CAPITALISATION, AND DIVIDEND:

The Securities and Exchange Board of India has loosened the trading criteria on illiquid scrips, based on profitability and market capitalisation.

Call auctions will not apply to shares ‘where a company is profitable in at least two of the past three years, and not more than 20 per cent of promoters’ shareholding is pledged in the latest quarter and the book value is three times or more than the face value’.The new rules also exclude companies with a market capitalisation of at least Rs 10 crore or which have paid a dividend in at least two of the past three years.


The regulator had earlier decided to apply the periodic call auction rules to all stocks with average trading volume of less than 10,000 and quarterly average daily number of trades of less than 50. A stock can now exit the periodic call auction after a quarter, as opposed to two quarters earlier, so long as it is not classified illiquid.The number of trading sessions for such stocks has been left to the exchanges, so long as they have at least two sessions in a trading day, with one uniform closing session across exchanges.Sebi has also said orders need not be re-entered at the end of every session and unmatched orders can be carried forward to the next one.

OUR VIEW:
THIS CHANGE CAME IN, AS SAID BY THE AUTHORITIES, AFTER THE SMAC OR SECONDARY MARKET ADVISORY COMMITTEE OF SEBI HAD RECEIVED SEVERAL REPRESENTATIONS REGARDING THE DIFFICULTIES OF THE CALL AUCTION METHOD. THE FACT IS THAT THE CALL AUCTION METHOD IS COMPLEX, AND UNTIMELY. IT IS NOT IN ANYWAY DOING GOOD TO RETAIL INVESTORS. SEBI NEEDS TO UNDERSTAND THAT TO DO GOOD TO RETAIL INVESTORS, IT FIRST NEEDS TO HAVE THEM! WE HAVE TIME TO TIME REACTED TO SUCH STEPS OF THE MARKET REGULATOR BY SUGGESTING THEY SHOULD BE BROUGHT IN WHEN THE MARKETS ARE GOOD AND RETAIL PARTICIPATION IS ROBUST. THEN YOU TRY TO BRING SUCH MEASURES WHICH IMPEDES THE UNSCRUPLOUS OPERATORS AND MANIPULATORS FROM HARMING THE RETAIL INVESTORS. BUT THEY SELDOM DO THAT. NOW IS NOT THE TIME. NOW THE FOCUS AND THRUST OF SEBI SHOULD BE TO THINK OF IDEAS WHICH CAN INCREASE THE PARTICIPATION OF RETAIL INVESTORS. THERE ARE MANY WAYS THEY CAN DO SO TO ATTRACT THEM. 

Dec 3, 2013

Beware of Stock Tips Companies luring traders and investors with ISO Certification: Read this first

We have noticed and received responses of many investors who have been defrauded by some websites and so called stock advisory companies who claimed (and many may have) they have ISO certification.
Investors fall for this without noticing that what the ISO certification stand for, who provide that and why and how?

They believe the company claiming the ISO certification to be 'angel' and 'honest' and 'genuine' and put their trust on this basis rather than on their reasoning.
So, thus ISO certification (and other such doubtful/shadow certifications and awards) has become a tool and cover up for money-chasing stock advisory companies/operators who want to take money of investors and traders searching stock advisory on the internet, any how.
PLEASE READ THE BELOW ARTICLE ALSO, WHERE YOU WILL UNDERSTAND THE ISO CERTIFICATION FRAUDS ALSO.
http://www.consumercomplaints.in/complaints/iso-certification-c164627.html

Nov 23, 2013

Natural Gas Still a No-Conviction trade on buy side. Read when to buy or sell for 4-12% moves

Indian Natural Gas prices, Natural Gas price in India, Natural Gas MCX Trading Calls, Natural Gas tips, Natural Gas MCX Calls

Natural Gas prices on MCX are hovering between 215 and 230 for almost 2.5 months now, after it made a high of 257.10 on 4 September 2013.

Natural Gas enthusiast think natural gas are in for a big ride up. But it is not so convincingly.
Even rupee slide did not helped the natural gas price to go past 260 and reach close to 300.
Tradign speculation at time could do this if the prices sustain above 240 for few weeks, otherwise not.
We recommend to buy and trade but do not hold for beyond breakout gains. Book out around 240.
If you want to ride on then wait for conviction trade on long side above 240 when it once makes new high above 257.10 and then builds base around 240 with time lag. Then and then only we can start building up long position for a target of first 272 and then 300 eventually. We beiliev the run up to 300, if happens as described, should be accompanies by rupee depreciation as well and not just backed by rise in natural gas price in dollar terms.
Having said all of the above, we find better conviction trade on short side. We believe that the prices will collapse below 200 (of course it will take support at 205 levels). We will initiate short trade once natural gas tries to break resistance level around 240 and fails and start falling. We will not wait a bit to short. In that scenario first target will be 215 levels. Then 205 and lower. However, natural gas has been a commodity which remain in a narrow range for a long time and range-expansion (as in Dows Concept of range-expansion and range-contraction) takes less time.
The range-contraction phase does not allow more than 5% return, while range-expansion phase allows 5-35% return and average return of 10% which a positional trade following 'averaging up' or 'inverse pyramiding' technique of trading can reasonable accept.



Nov 16, 2013

Now Companies can list without IPO on Institutional Trading Platform of SME listing platforms of the Exchanges

Indian capital market regulator Sebi has issued detailed guidelines, including on eligibility criteria, for listing of start-ups and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) on stock exchanges without an initial public offer (IPO).
The guidelines follow notification of new norms by Sebi earlier this month for permitting listing of start-ups and SMEs on Institutional Trading Platform (ITP) of SME Exchanges.
Through this new route, the SMEs and start-up companies would not need to make a public offer of securities for getting listed in the stock market.
The move would help SMEs and start-ups raise capital from the securities market during their early stages of growth, as lack of exit opportunities in case of unlisted companies come as a major hindrance for small companies to get capital.

REQUIREMENT:
As per the new guidelines issued in October 2013, a company would be eligible for such listing if it has not completed a period of more than 10 years after incorporation and its revenues have not exceeded Rs 100 crore in any of the previous financial years, among others.
In addition, the company should have got an investment of at least Rs 50 lakh by an alternative investment fund, or a venture capital fund, or by a merchant banker, or an angel investor, or a specialised international multilateral agency, or a public financial institution, among other such investors.
As per rules regarding capital raising by SMEs, the norms said a company may raise funds through private placement or through a rights issue.
In case of a rights issue, there shall be no option for renunciation of rights and the company seeking to get listed on ITP shall agree to make necessary amendments to its articles of association to this effect.
The market regulator has asked the promoters of SMEs not to hold less than 20 per cent of the post listing capital of the company and the same shall be locked-in for a period of three years from date of listing.

According to the norms, an SME would be required to exit the ITP within 18 months if it has been listed on the platform for a period of 10 years or it has paid up capital of more than Rs 25 crore or company has revenue of more than Rs 300 crore in the last audited financial statement, among others.
(WE BELIEVE START UP WORD SHOULD NOT BE USED FOR SUCH COMPANIES WHICH ARE 10 YEARS OLD AND HAS 25 CRORE RS. CAPITAL AND REVENUE OF RS.300 CRORE. THIS IS NOT LOGICAL PROVISION OR USE OF WORDS BY SEBI)
The company can also take a voluntary exit if it has the approval from its majority shareholders.
Moreover, a company would be removed from the platform if it fails to file periodic filings with the recognised stock exchange for more than one year and does not not comply with corporate governance norms.
The regulator has asked the stock exchanges to "execute a listing agreement with companies seeking listing on ITP in line with the Model listing agreement" and implement the amendments.



SEBI to come out with stringent guideline on CORPORATE DISCLOSURE by listed companies

SEBI Chairman UK Sinha, addressing a capital market summit organized by FICCI said that there are 1100 companies which are not compliance with the requirement of clause 35 of shareholding pattern, which means the direction with regard to shareholding pattern has not complied with. Also, there are 900 companies which are not compliant with the corporate governance norms as per clause 49.

He signaled that the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) plans detailed guidelines on corporate disclosures, aiming to improve the quality of giving out information by companies. He indicated that to improve the quality of corporate disclosure, SEBI will, probably announce guidelines on Monday or next week.
He also said that they will have a relook at the delisting guidelines. About delisting, Sebi also had earlier indicated that SEBI will now become a party to the delisting agreement between the company and the exchange. It is notable that in a recent case in which the company’s advocated argued that SEBI has no say in matter of listing agreement as it is not a party to the agreement.
The Chairman also said that Sebi may look at the rules for preferential allotment of shares by companies.

Clause 35 of the Listing Agreement requires listed entities to submit to the stock exchanges on a quarterly basis, a statement of its shareholding pattern providing details of shares held by promoter/promoter group and public and details of shares held against Depository Receipts.


Nov 2, 2013

Percentage gain required to recover percentage loss

There is reason why big names like Warren Buffett and others in investment and trading put focus on 'not losing' money as their first rule.
When you lose money, you have to recover it first and get even before you make any profit on the initial or starting capital.
What happens is that when you lost money from the start or out of the initial investment or margin money in case of trading, you have to earn more in & terms to get even.
Above is the table depicting how much more you will need to make when you lose out of your capital and margin. If you understand the important of the same you will make your investment and trading decisions differently. This is perhaps one of the foremost important fundamental of risk management in stock trading and risk management in investment.

Oct 27, 2013

German Stock Market @ Lifetime High

Germany's benchmark DAX 30 stock-market index hit its highest level ever above 8900. It is close to cross 9000 mark.

It has made previous high at 8200 in 2007-08.
It is noticeable that at a time when most of European economies and global economy is far far from rosy type of shape, the Western equity markets are making new highs.
While economies such as China which is growing constantly have poor performing market. The Shanghai Composite Index of China made 6000+ level high in 2008 but crased to 1500 and since then trading around 2000 levels and only tried to reach as long as 3500 only. However, thanks to the index management of NSE and BSE guys, and the devaluation of rupee and the blessings of FII money SENSEX and NIFTY has been able to remain close to their lifetime highs for most of the last 5 and a half years. 
Now it is to be seen that in next few weeks, weather Indian markets are able to sing its bullish tune alongside the global markets and at least make a new high and sustain it, save the 'new bull market' rant for now.
YOU CAN READ 'WILL NIFTY MAKE A NEW HIGH OR NOT? CAN IT GO TO 6414, 7300 AND THEN 10000 LEVELS?' BELOW
http://meghainvestments.blogspot.in/2013/10/nifty-50-can-it-do-it-this-time-nifty.html

Oct 20, 2013

NIFTY 50! CAN IT DO IT THIS TIME? NIFTY CAN RISE TO 6414 THEN 7300 AND THEN CROSS 10000. Read interesting analysis on market movement over recent past

NIFTY 50! CAN IT DO IT THIS TIME? NIFTY CAN RISE TO 6414 THEN 7300 AND THEN CROSS 10000. Read interesting analysis on market movement over recent past

Nifty made a lifetime high on 31 January 2008.  Three years after it attempted to cross that and make new high on 30 November 2010, however it failed and then slumped to make a low of 4531.15 over the year 2011 on 30 December 2011.
After that, it again rise to the 6000 levels over the next year of 2012 and made high of 6111.80 on 31 January 2013.
The year 2013 was not full of surprises though in terms of market movement and news flow from domestic and international level. We are running into 10th month of the year 2013 now.
If you read our previous articles on market movements the markets had to make a high near old highs late to late by July this year and then cross it. But the so called bowl or multiple head and shoulder pattern is always haphazard. The market has lost its opportunity to rely on that pattern.
The market in monthly chart has formed a cup and handle pattern while on the quarterly chart also it is forming favorable set up.
Nifty has closed at 6200 which is merely 200 points short of the lifetime high. It is noticeable that market has risen steadily this time after a downside and rejected all the hypotheses that this is a pullback rally which should be sold into. However we should not forget that it was only in this august, merely 2 months back that market slipped to 5100 levels, which was its third consequent month of decline from 6200 plus levels again made just before 2 months in May 2013!
Our hypothesis in brief is clear, most inverse and simple multiple head and shoulder patterns which are spanned over the long term doesn’t result into exact breakout which happened in Nifty also (you can take another example of Piramal Enterprise Ltd stock among many other similar stock set ups). While a cup and handle like pattern is mostly responsible with struggle to give belated breakout in such set ups. Similar set up appears on Nifty as per our findings.
One interesting thing is also that Nifty has been trying to break its 2008 high (as now almost shameful how it has been unable to do so even after 5 years-while the so called doomed Europe and USA touches those levels and above) since the beginning of this year in January 2013. It has done so on about 3-4 times. And this is its 5th attempt running which is looking very promising as per the analysis.

According to Dow concepts, market was in range contraction mode from December 2012 to May 2013 and entered range expansion mode from June 2013 till date in October 2013. If market is to continue this run up with high boost then it has to cross 6414 level. Then next target will be 7300 in 12 months only without doubt which will guarantee a level of 10000 plus in Nifty over the span of this coming new bull market. But as said 6414 closing on weekly basis is necessary. Even if market falters after such condition is fulfilled. It shall regain its strength and follow its due course upward.
In case market doesn’t do likewise, it is likely that it will again slip in its last 5 years habit of range trading. It will try to go down to 5000 again. However, we do not see any doomsday scenario for Indian markets. So, ‘business as usual’ will again become the mantra for Indian markets if it slips again and feed in the declining prices of hundreds of stocks which are not at all giving sign of any bottom out, stocks of variety of universe across caps and sectors. This is a very depressing aspect. But we are right now looking at the picture the indices are showing and hell we know how strong the power of indices are to change the moves of stock prices.
If the market runs as per our forecast, we will remain with the leaders in the first phase of the run up that is till it has settled around 6500 levels. We also expect a faltering in trend to give room to profit booking rally which will be followed by strong up move days, so only buy on dip strategy should be adopted on such occasions.
To add fundamental note we will remain limited in saying that Indian economy continue to remain weak with no (repeat no) signs of improvement or bottoming out of GDP, IIP growth, or CAD (current account deficit) or domestic money supply and liquidity situation emanating from any clarity on interest rate scenario. Market will be driven due to further decline and then strengthening of rupee against dollar which will be result in eventual only decline over the at least next 12 months. Always remember market doesn’t go up because rupee strengthened against dollar or go down because rupee weaken. This is nothing but mere oversimplification. While NSE and BSE will continue to do good job at manipulating the indices and continue to remove stocks which are weak or become weak if any over the next few months. FII will pump more money to take immediate benefit of declined rupee…at every decline. The god of all market is US markets. Indian markets are being supported by the rise in equity market of USA and major fundamental or macroeconomic reason for any present or near future rise remain that. But how the relation and correlation pan out over the next 12 month will remain to be seen. More commentary for members.
So what to do if Nifty is not able to achieve the feat. We believe that market at Indices level do not have tendency to consolidate for many months and never for years (however some are exception such as shanghai composite index). So, that said, market will go down if they are not going up and the abovementioned range trading behavior will likely continue for as long as it can. In such a condition it will even make the 2014 general elections a non-event!
The point is that one should continue to short the stocks that are in down trend and continue to buy stocks and sectors which are in uptrend. Only telecom is one such sector which is trying to shrug off its bad memories and start new life i.e. most probably has bottomed out and start going up, consistently. Traders at last pray that market movement are followed and accompanied by meaningful volatility in individual stocks, weather up or down, any side.
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Oct 17, 2013

Education for Investors and Traders for Indian Stock Market

Emphasis on Education:
We have added a new dimension to our work. Yes, that is investors and traders awareness, education and learning. You have been sold tips and advice but never told even once rightly ‘how to invest wisely?’ or ‘how to trade smartly?’ or even the ‘basic financial planning rules’.

We will not just guide you to make money by buying and selling but help you improve your knowledge which will become a part of your wisdom for your entire life.
Education will be provided via webinar, personal phone call discussion, soft copy email files/e-books, spot seminars, group discussion, phone conference calls, and one-to-one discussion apart from the day to day interaction with your own relationship executive at the our premises during the course of your trading.

EDUCATION FOR INVESTORS:
Investors need education more than knowledge. Not all can gather wisdom to become an astronaut, or rocket scientist yet everybody can know the basics of how a space mission works and what to do in space and what not to do to live and die. Similarly, ‘education’ is necessary to find out what is market, what is investing, why invest, why invest in stocks, what to do, what not to do, how to select right advisor, how to reject wrong advisor, what question to ask to your advisor and so on. So, now you understand what we mean by investors ‘education’. Yeah!
You will find listing or our very very very important such articles prepared  by text book study, practical live testing, back testing, experience of world’s top successful investors, writing and teaching of world’s top successful investors, and by advisory, portfolio management and personal experience of investing of our in house and freelance fundamental research team.
Education will be provided via webinar, personal phone call discussion, soft copy email files/e-books, spot seminars, group discussion, phone conference calls, and one-to-one discussion apart from the day to day interaction with your own relationship executive at the during the course of your trading about the various topics here.
Please find below the articles. Some have links to our other investors and traders portal, while some articles are provided here below only, while some links will open in this very website. We have tried to provide them in ascending order of ‘knowledge’ and investor needs.
So, go on, be a tiger!
Investor Education is all about how to benefit from investment opportunities without falling into pitfalls. Understanding the right approach/orientation/mindset and adhere to it. Understanding the wrong approach/orientation/mindset and discard it or stay away from it.

Investors don't need to learn ratio analysis, that's our work. But they must know what a ratio analysis is. Investors education doesn't mean teaching you to analyse stock market. It means teaching you and making you aware about the opportunities that markets offer. This will enable you to understand the crucial 'Dos' and 'Don't' of the market which everyone must know. It means developing the right healthy approach towards investing. When you go on board a flight, you don't fly yourself, you are not supposed to fly the plane because you want to reach somewhere, no. But you need to know the manual for safeguarding, you are advised about the rules to be adhered and guidelines. Suppose, if you panic due to noise created by take off or become fearful and panic when you look out from your window from ten thousand feet, you get crazy and faint or puke. Suppose, you think you can ride the plane and suppose, you somehow find the way to cockpit and start tackling the gears! Because you think you know about 'stuff'. Suppose, what if you are carrying a pistol full of bullets? Suppose, it is a small charter you are boarding or you are alone in it.  These example seems extreme. But it is not. It is completely fitting. Suppose, you are not informed about the oxygen mask and a disaster strikes and the oxygen level drops. You are in dire trouble then.
Now, come out of the plane. Suppose, the plane is 'market' or 'investing' or 'trading'. You can co-relate and give analogy. Getting on board with pistol bullets means you are investing with emotions, you get cheerful and optimistic when market rise and blue channel and yellow papers say so, and you get sad or panic when the market falls. You don't know where the oxygen mask is in time of extreme need on board is similar to not knowing what to do in a falling market or when your stock is plunging and portfolio value starts bleeding. If you have education/awareness/understanding/right orientation/right approach/Do's and Don'ts in terms of different situation and important issues of markets/trading/investing then there is no way you can fail. You are bound to succeed. These is what Investor Education is!
  
Our research team has prepared the following topics which must be known to every investors. We are preparing more such topics which will be imparted to Members via modes of pdf e-books, video tutorials, webinars, one to one phone call discussion education, seminar, and hard cover books.

 1.    What is Investment? What are the objectives of Investment? Devastating effect of inflation on your money. Why invest ? Why invest in Stocks ?
2.    The Concept of Compounding Rate of Interest. The Concept of inflation and investment simply explained. The history of returns on investment in Indian and World Stock markets. Why NOT investing in Stock market is Risky?
3.    Classification of Investment based on Duration. Meaning of Short Term, Mid Term, Long Term, and Longer Term investment.
4.    Classification of Asset Classes. Classification across asset classes and Classification within Equities. Ideal asset allocation within equities and across all asset classes.
5.    3 Essential Strategies for Investors.
6.    Portfolio Investing: The key to superior returns in markets.
7.    About Diversification and Concentration in investing.
8.    About Wealth Destruction in Stocks and How to avoid it. Aviation Sector Case study. SKS Micro case study.
9.    The art of making your Stock Investment cost zero.
10. Important things to know about IPOs. Why avoid most of the IPOs?
11. Classification of Money/investible money.
12. Why you must stay INVESTED in markets? The Cost of missing best days in markets.
13. What is Strategy based Advisory vs. Blind Tips.
14. What is Contrarian Investing? How it is useful to you?
15. About market correction and more
16.  Enter before these 10 crore investors & benefit from early bird investment in Indian Equity markets?
17. How handful of people ate cream of Indian Economic Growth and Why it is not their fault?
18. The most common mistakes of investors? Including irony etc…
19.  Why bubbles will continue to create in markets?
20.  How to overcome fear of falling markets?
21.  What is a Stock/Share? What is a Stock market?
22.  What is investing? What is trading? The difference between them.

Oct 12, 2013

9 QUESTIONS TO ASK AND THINGS TO CONSIDER BEFORE SELECTING YOUR ADVISOR

9 QUESTIONS TO ASK AND THINGS TO CONSIDER BEFORE SELECTING YOUR ADVISOR

  1. What risk-reward ratio will you give me?
  2. Please give me 10 investors and traders awareness and educational articles prepared by you.
  3. What is your educational qualification and experience in market of how many years?
  4. Are you providing advice and recommend only to trade or investment also? (one must recommend and suggest about long term investment also)
  5. Will you give me trading calls in segment which I tell you or will you tell me in which segments and sub segments to trade? (advisor must not let client to select their own segment and sub segment, because advisors must know better than clients who are seeking advice which segments and sub segments to trade and which not)
  6. Are you giving free trial or not? (true advisor will not give free trial. Reason is simple. He must be already having enough paid customers and not have time to give free tips. Also such advisor believes ‘free things has no value and quality thing always has value and are costly. He will ask you ‘How can you take judgment of my service in 2 day of sample calls? This is unreasonable’.)
  7. Do you give trades daily or there is no fixed frequency of it? (There should not be any frequency of trading calls giving, every day is not good for trading and no one knows which day will present best opportunity and which day worst. So, there should not be fixed frequency of giving calls.)
  8. What is your accuracy ratio? ( If the advisor says 70% or 90%, beware. Ask him about ‘WHAT NET PROFIT WILL YOU GIVE ME AT THE END OF SO AND SO NUMBER OF TRADES?’ Do not ask about accuracy ratio in %. It doesn’t make any sense and doesn’t give you any idea about accuracy either.)
  9. I have 1 lakh trading capital, what kind of exposure will you give me? (if the advisor say that he will make you trade on full exposure, then beware. A good advisor always cuts 30% from your trading exposure and then gives you positions on the rest of size.)

BEST OF LUCK WITH YOUR HUNT FOR A GOOD ADVISOR!

Oct 11, 2013

Navratri Discount Offer! Make this Dassehra Profitable for you!

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Oct 10, 2013

CMC LTD. BUY RECOMMENDATION FOR MEDIUM TERM INVESTORS AND TRADERS

CMC LTD is a TATA GROUP Company.
We recommend a buy for medium term traders and investors with a Target Price of Rs1606.
There is going to be a boost in next result announcements as well as the company is expected to give higher guidance for its export based services.
The promoter group can also announce a stake hike in the company.
All are source based information.
Technically speaking there is highly reliable cup and handle pattern which has been formed on the monthly chart as you can see in the image.

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Oct 6, 2013

14 ATTRIBUTES OF SUCCESSFUL TRADERS

14 ATTRIBUTES OF SUCCESSFUL TRADERS:

1.      View TA as a picture of where traders are lining up to buy and sell
2.      Approach trade no.5 with the same conviction as the previous 4 losing trades
3.      Use naked charts
4.      Comfortable making decisions with incomplete information
5.      Do not think of markets as expensive or cheap
6.      Aggressive with trade size when doing well and modest when not
7.      Realize the market will be open tomorrow
8.      Judge their trading success on anything but money
9.      Study human psychology – Use ful books are- The wisdom of crowds by James Surowiecki, the art of strategy by Avinash Dixt and Barry Nalebuff, Markets Mobs and Mayhem:A modern look at the Madness of Crowds by Robert Menschel, extraordinary popular delusions and the madness of crowds by Charles Mckay.
10.  See themselves as market makers.  Think like a market maker and not just a trader
11.  Practice reading the right side of the chart, not the left.
12.  Always have an edge, don’t trade if you don’t
13.  Determine position size based on risk, not round numbers

14.  Play reaction, not the news

SOME TRADING SUCCESS MANTRAS BY RENOWNED TRADING COACH TODD MITCHEL

SOME TRADING SUCCESS MANTRAS BY RENOWNED TRADING COACH TODD MITCHEL:
Trade for skill, NOT the money=.  If you’re focused on the money aspect of trading…you’re not focused on the ‘trade’.  And SCARED MONEY NEVER WINS!
Concentrate on what you are trade.  Each market has personalities, habits and friends…get to know them all.
Focus on your executions.  Remember, every execution is a trade.  Money is valuable…don’t leave it on the table.
Remember that even the best of the best traders lose money.  Learn to accept your losses and move on to the next trade.  That’s just part of the business – you will NEVER win 100% of the time.
When in Doubt, Get Out (or Stay Out)!!  Deal with reality, if the market doesn’t behave like you expected, Get Out Immediately!
Learn the difference between gambling and trading: (1) Don’t trade just because it’s irrationally high or low, (2) No positions before major market announcements, (3) always use a protective stops,  and(4) always have a high probability trade set-up before putting on a trade.

Anticipate, identify and take full advantage of momentum in the market.