Answering all the Hedging questions – What is Hedging, Why should one Hedge, Where can one Hedge, How Hedging Works and When Should one Hedge.
There are more than 500 mutual funds and 3000 stocks to invest. It not only makes choosing difficult but more importantly the choice you make, leaves you a feeling that other choices were better.
A pivot point is a simple average of the high, low and closing prices of the previous trading period. There are many commonly accepted pivot point calculation formulas.
If your monthly expense is less than or equal to the passive income generated from your investments, you have achieved financial freedom with investments.
Stock’s price may move in such a manner that they should be avoided for trading (you may consider investments). Such a price range is termed as no trade zone.
How I generate investment ideas in the Indian growth story, what sectors I totally avoid along with the tools I use to find that perfect investment opportunity.
The 10 important lessons I learned being in the market for a decade now since 2007 where I made a transition from a newbie to a pro trader to an investor.
Margin is the darkest element that traps retail investors. Everyone wants to make big money with the least possible amount and this leads to all the catastrophes of the market.
What is the significance of the 52-week low list of stocks technically and fundamentally and what one should use the 52-week low list of stocks for.
Averaging down means buying more when the share price is down. Similarly averaging up means buying more when the stock price has gone up.