Dec 25, 2014

NIFTY FUTURE CHART INTRADAY AS ON 24 DECEMBER 2014

NIFTY FUTURE CHART INTRADAY AS ON 24 DECEMBER 2014 -

Markets are expected to correct further and gyrate both ways with a negative and selling bias till mid- January 2015 considering the Christmas vacation and subdued activity in global markets especially the Europe and the USA.

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Nov 20, 2014

40 Trading Rules For Success In Trading Stocks

40 Trading Rules For Success In Trading Stocks

1.    Keep records of your trading results.
2.    Keep a positive attitude, no matter how much you lose.
3.    Don’t take the market home.
4.    Continually set higher trading goals.
5.    Successful traders buy into bad news and sell into good news.
6.    Successful traders are not afraid to buy high and sell low.
7.    Successful traders have a well-scheduled planned time for studying the markets.
8.    Successful traders isolate themselves from the opinions of others.
9.    Continually strive for patience, perseverance, determination, and rational action.
10.  Never cancel a stop loss order after you have placed it!
11.  Place the stop at the time you make your trade.
12.  Never get into the market because you are anxious because of waiting.
13.  Avoid getting in or out of the market too often.
14.  Losses make the trader studious – not profits. Take advantage of every loss to improve your knowledge of market action.
15.  The most difficult task in speculation is not prediction but self-control. Successful trading is difficult and frustrating. You are the most important element in the equation for success.
16.  Always discipline yourself by following a pre-determined set of rules.
17.  Remember that a bear market will give back in one month what a bull market has taken three months to build.
18.  Don’t ever allow a big winning trade to turn into a loser. Stop yourself out if the market moves against you 20% from your peak profit point..
19.  You must have a program, you must know your program, and you must follow your program.
20.  Expect and accept losses gracefully. Those who brood over losses always miss the next opportunity, which more than likely will be profitable.
21.  Split your profits right down the middle and never risk more than 50% of them again in the market
22.  The key to successful trading is knowing yourself and your stress point.
23.  The difference between winners and losers isn’t so much native ability as it is discipline exercised in avoiding mistakes.
24.  In trading as in fencing there are the quick and the dead.
25.  Speech may be silver but silence is golden. Traders with the golden touch do not talk about their success.
26.  Dream big dreams and think tall. Very few people set goals too high. A man becomes what he thinks about all day long.
27.  Accept failure as a step towards victory.
28.  Have you taken a loss? Forget it quickly. Have you taken a profit? Forget it even quicker! Don’t let ego and greed inhibit clear thinking and hard work.
29.  One cannot do anything about yesterday. When one door closes, another door opens. The greater opportunity always lies through the open door.
30.  The deepest secret for the trader is to subordinate his will to the will of the market. The market is truth as it reflects all forces that bear upon it. As long as he recognizes this he is safe. When he ignores this, he is lost and doomed.
31.  It’s much easier to put on a trade than to take it off..
32.  If a market doesn't do what you think it should do, get out.
33.  Beware of trying to pick tops or bottoms.
34.  You must believe in yourself and your judgement if you expect to make a living at this game.
35.  In a narrow market there is no sense in trying to anticipate what the next big movement is going to be – up or down
36.  Never volunteer advice and never brag of your winnings
37.  Of all speculative blunders, there are few greater than selling what shows a profit and keeping what shows a loss.
38.  Standing aside is a position
39.  It is better to be more interested in the market’s reaction to new information than in the piece of news itself.
40.  In the world of money, which is a world shaped by human behavior; nobody has the foggiest notion of what will happen in the future. Mark that word – Nobody! Thus the successful trader does not base moves on what supposedly will happen but reacts instead to what does happen.


Oct 25, 2014

Sep 27, 2014

Aug 29, 2014

SOME EXCERPTS FROM MARK DOUGLAS' BOOK 'TRADING IN THE ZONE'

SOME EXCERPTS FROM MARK DOUGLAS' BOOK
'TRADING IN THE ZONE'

While this may sound complicated, it all boils down to learning to believe that: (1) you don't need to
know what's going to happen next to make money; (2) anything can happen; and (3) every moment is
unique, meaning every edge and outcome is truly a unique experience. The trade either works or it
doesn't. In any case, you wait for the next edge to appear and go through the process again and again.

Trading successfully feels the same way. On any given day, week, or month, the markets make 
available vast amounts of money to anyone who has the capacity to put on a trade. Since the markets 
are in constant motion, this money is also constantly flowing, which makes the possibilities for success 
greatly magnified and seemingly within your grasp. I use the word "seemingly" to make an important 
distinction between the two groups of traders. For those who have learned how to be consistent, or have 
broken through what I call the "threshold of consistency,"the money is not only within their grasp; they 
can virtually take it at will. I'm sure that some will find this statement shocking or difficult to believe, 
but it is true. There are some limitations, but for the most part, money flows into the accounts of these 
traders with such ease and effortlessness that it literally boggles most people's minds. 

...any trader is taking a risk when you put on a trade, but that doesn't mean that you are
correspondingly accepting that risk. In other words, all trades are risky because the outcomes are
probable—not guaranteed. But do most traders really believe they are taking a risk when they put on a
trade? Have they really accepted that the trade has a non-guaranteed, probable outcome? Furthermore,
have they fully accepted the possible consequences?
The answer is, unequivocally, no! 

Aug 16, 2014

SIGNS OF NEW TRADER

SIGNS OF NEW TRADER.

1      New Traders believe there is some magic trading method that always wins, they search for the Holy Grail of trading.
2      New Traders do not understand that the very best traders have strings of losses , losing months, and sometimes even losing years. They think rich traders always win.
3      New Traders want to know what is going up or down, they focus on tips instead of the mechanics of trading.
4      New Traders hand out advice freely to others, good traders realize that decisions are based on individual methods and do not give out tips.
5      New Traders are looking for that one big winning trade to go all in on, good traders are trading good systems that they risk 1% per trade on.
6      New Traders confuse bull markets for skill.
7      New Traders confuse luck for skill.
8      New Traders want advice, good traders want robust systems.

9      New Traders run from method to method and from mentor to mentor after every losing streak, good traders know exactly who they are and what methods they trade.

Jul 16, 2014

NIFTY FUT AS OF NOW. WILL IT FOLLOW TRENDLINE AND CONTINUE CORRECTION AFTER 7 DAYS OF SLUGGISHNESS AS RELIEF RALLY OR START JOURNEY TOWARDS 8000?

NIFTY FUT AS OF NOW. WILL IT FOLLOW TRENDLINE AND CONTINUE CORRECTION AFTER 7 DAYS OF SLUGGISHNESS AS RELIEF RALLY OR START JOURNEY TOWARDS 8000?
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Jun 24, 2014

MISTAKES OF A TRADER

MISTAKES OF A TRADER:
1. Living in denial about results.
2. Jumping into unplanned trades because you fear being left out
3. Chasing big moves only to find you bought top and sold low
4. Take small gains to “catch up”, market leaves you behind
5. Winners turn to losers and then you get out

6. Experiencing large mood swings; big highs, deep lows, anger and /or depression

May 11, 2014

TRADER’S TWO MOST POWERFUL WORDS: So What!

TRADER’S TWO MOST POWERFUL WORDS


Let’s face it, no matter the outcome of a trade-lose, win, draw, and even the miss-traders are rarely satisfied with the result.  This is exactly why it is so important that we utilize the two most powerful words in a stock trader’s vocabulary. And no… it does not involve four letters!  The following is a list that you can use these two words with.  You will get my point.  Of course you can add to it if you like.
I missed the trade…SO WHAT!
This trade did not work…SO WHAT!
I excited a profitable trade too early…SO WHAT!
I excited with a loss too quickly…SO WHAT!
My stock gapped against me…SO WHAT!
The stock recovered without me…SO WHAT!
A stock I was bullish on was downgraded by an ANALyst…SO WHAT!
A stock I was bearish on was upgraded by an ANALyst…SO WHAT!
The market is not trending…SO WHAT!
The market is consolidating…SO WHAT!
The market is breaking support…SO WHAT!
The market is busting out of resistance…SO WHAT!
The economy stinks but the market is going higher…SO WHAT!
SO now do you understand WHAT makes these words so powerful?  They allow you to get on to the next trade or, shall we say, the next  ONE GOOD TRADE!


Apr 10, 2014

Just See How We Predicted New Bull Market With All Evidences in OCTOBER 2013 and also forecasted market move for year 2014

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Mar 26, 2014

TRADERS: WHEN TO BE FLEXIBLE, WHEN TO BE RIGID

TRADERS: WHEN TO BE FLEXIBLE, WHEN TO BE RIGID

1.    Traders should have a very flexible mindset about which way a trade can go when they enter it, but be very rigid about taking their stop loss when it is hit.
2.    Traders should be very flexible on profit expectations during each market cycle but very rigid about following their robust method during each cycle.
3.    Traders must be very flexible about allowing a winner to run but very rigid on cutting losses short.
4.    Traders must be flexible about their opinions and change them when proven wrong but they must be rigid about their risk management and never risk more than planned.
5.    Traders should be flexible about their watch list but rigid about their trading plan.
6.    Traders should be flexible about what will happen next in the market but rigid about their rules.
7.    Traders should be flexible about the direction of the trend when it changes but rigid about positions sizing.
8.    Traders should be flexible about profit targets but rigid about entering with a minimum risk/reward plan.
9.    Trades should be flexible about entries and exits as the market action develops but rigid about managing the risk of ruin at all times.
10. Traders should be flexible about expectations on when they will have a huge winning streak that will change their financial lives but rigidly pursue success in the markets until it does happen.

Feb 25, 2014

Trading Wisdom From WILLIAM EKDHARDT

Trading Wisdom From WILLIAM EKHARDT
1. What is the state of the market?
2. What is the volatility of the market?
3. What is the equity being traded?
4. What is the system or the trading orientation?
5. What is the risk aversion of the trader or client?
Regardless of how you trade or invest … you better have those answers in advance of betting real money.


BELOW ARE SOME SELECTED INVALUABLE QUOTES:


  •  “If a betting game among a certain number of participants is played long enough, eventually one player will have all the money. If there is any skill involved, it will accelerate the process of concentrating all the stakes in a few hands. Something like this happens in the market. There is a persistent overall tendency for equity to flow from the many to the few. In the long run, the majority loses. The implication for the trader is that to win you have to act like the minority. If you bring normal human habits and tendencies to trading, you’ll gravitate toward the majority and inevitably lose.”
  • “One common adage on this subject that is completely wrongheaded is: you can’t go broke taking profits. That’s precisely how many traders do go broke. While amateurs go broke by taking large losses, professionals go broke by taking small profits. The problem in a nutshell is that human nature does not operate to maximize gain but rather to maximize the chance of gain. The desire to maximize the number of winning trades (or minimize the number of losing trades) works against the trader. The success rate of trades is the least important performance statistic and may even be inversely related to performance.” – William Eckhardt
  • “The people who survive avoid snowball scenarios in which bad trades cause them to become emotionally destabilized and make more bad trades. They are also able to feel the pain of losing. If you don’t feel the pain of a loss, then you’re in the same position as those unfortunate people who have no pain sensors. If they leave their hand on a hot stove, it will burn off. There is no way to survive in the world without pain. Similarly, in the markets, if the losses don’t hurt, your financial survival is tenuous.” “I know of a few multimillionaires who started trading with inherited wealth. In each case, they lost it all because they didn’t feel the pain when they were losing. In those formative first few years of trading, they felt they could afford to lose. You’re much better off going into the market on a shoestring, feeling that you can’t afford to lose. I’d rather bet on somebody starting out with a few thousand dollars than on somebody who came in with millions.” – William Eckhardt-
  • “In many ways, large profits are even more insidious than large losses in terms of emotional destabilization. I think it’s important not to be emotionally attached to large profits. I’ve certainly made some of my worst trades after long periods of winning. When you’re on a big winning streak, there’s a temptation to think that you’re doing something special, which will allow you to continue to propel yourself upward. You start to think that you can afford to make shoddy decisions. You can imagine what happens next. As a general rule, losses make you strong and profits make you weak.” – William Eckhardt -
  • “If you’re playing for emotional satisfaction, you’re bound to lose, because what feels good is often the wrong thing to do. Richard Dennis used to say, somewhat facetiously, “If it feels good, don’t do it.” In fact, one rule we taught the Turtles was: When all the criteria are in balance, do the thing you least want to do. You have to decide early on whether you’re playing for the fun or for the success. Whether you measure it in money or in some other way, to win at trading you have to be playing for the success.” – William Eckhardt
  • “Don’t think about what the market’s going to do; you have absolutely no control over that. Think about what you’re going to do if it gets there. In particular, you should spend no time at all thinking about those rosy scenarios in which the market goes your way, since in those situations, there’s nothing more for you to do. Focus instead on those things you want least to happen and on what your response will be.” 

Feb 19, 2014

24 RULES FOR SUCCESS IN TRADING

24 RULES FOR SUCCESS IN TRADING
1.    Plan your trades. Trade your plan.
2.    Keep a positive attitude, no matter how much you lose.
3.    Continually set higher trading goals.
4.    Successful traders have a well-scheduled planned time for studying the markets.
5.    Place the stop at the time you make your trade
6.    Avoid getting in or out of the market too often.
7.    Losses make the trader studious – not profits. Take advantage of every loss to improve your knowledge of market action.
8.    Always discipline yourself by following a pre-determined set of rules.
9.    Remember that a bear market will give back in one month what a bull market has taken three months to build
10. You must have a program, you must know your program, and you must follow your program.
11. Expect and accept losses gracefully. Those who brood over losses always miss the next opportunity, which more than likely will be profitable.
12. Split your profits right down the middle and never risk more than 50% of them again in the market.
13. The difference between winners and losers isn’t so much native ability as it is discipline exercised in avoiding mistakes.
14. In trading as in fencing there are the quick and the dead.
15. Have you taken a loss? Forget it quickly. Have you taken a profit? Forget it even quicker! Don’t let ego and greed inhibit clear thinking and hard work.
16. The deepest secret for the trader is to subordinate his will to the will of the market. The market is truth as it reflects all forces that bear upon it. As long as he recognizes this he is safe. When he ignores this, he is lost and doomed.
17. It’s much easier to put on a trade than to take it off.
18.You must believe in yourself and your judgement if you expect to make a living at this game.
19. In a narrow market there is no sense in trying to anticipate what the next big movement is going to be – up or down.
20. It is better to be more interested in the market’s reaction to new information than in the piece of news itself.
21. If you don’t know who you are, the markets are an expensive place to find out.
22. In the world of money, which is a world shaped by human behavior, nobody has the foggiest notion of what will happen in the future. Mark that word – Nobody! Thus the successful trader does not base moves on what supposedly will happen but reacts instead to what does happen.
23. When the ship starts to sink, don’t pray – jump!

24. Lose your opinion – not your money.

To win the mental game you must have…

To win the mental game you must have…
1.    …faith in yourself.
2.    …faith in your system.
3.    … an understanding of what trading size you can handle.
4.    …an understanding of the level of losses you can deal with mentally and emotionally.
5.    …a love and passion for trading.
6.    …the belief that it is possible to win in trading.
7.    …the belief that all your hard work will be worth it.
8.    …that you are a trader, that is what you do.
9.    …the ability to have your butt kicked over and over but keep coming back.
10. …the perseverance to keep trying until you are successful.