A book that helps you to make money from equity markets by making you understand – When is the right time to invest in a stock and at what right price and when is the right time to come out of the stock.
I will share with you my trades for today because I think there are some important lessons to be learnt. Remember there are very few things you can learn when you make tons of money but you can always learn from losses.
I started to follow the chart pattern of the stock because I was sensing some money to be made here on the short side instead of investing and see how and when I traded to make some extra money for me.
How to practically apply the knowledge technical analysis to judge when to sell and buy stock. The example I will use is one my favourite stock – Dish TV and see if it is a stock you should buy sell or hold.
Today I will talk about a very good and effective technical analysis technique for making informed decision in equity market about when you should off load your portfolio and when you should buy.
When it comes to making money in equity you should always think of shuffling your portfolio. Static portfolio will not lead you to good wealth and current dip was (and is) a good time to do the same. I will share some of the stocks which I purchased recently. These are suggestions from My brokers (ICICI and Motilal Oswal combined) over a long period of time.
This is the ideal time when you should churn your portfolio and move out of stocks which have moved up too much too fast and move to some other stocks and funds. Let’s see what are the options first.
Maruti Suzuki’s good results this quarter is a combination of significant rise in volumes, softening of commodity prices, besides a better product mix
The Sensex had indeed started the Samvat 2066 with a positive bias. All the sectoral indices ended in the green with both small and midcap stealing the limelight during muhurat trading. The main focus again turns around towards midcap stocks and it will be a good sign to see the market continues its bull trend.
In this midst of fear and speculation that “telecom companies would not be able to make good profit for next couple of years” should we invest in them ?
In my previous post I suggested how you can calculate yourself support and resistance for stocks but stops and resistance I prefer to avoid when I do time based investment.
Today the price of Fame India in NSE and BSE varies by 50 Paise and so it means that the amount of units purchased before can be sold in NSE and repurchased in BSE again.
Why you should not be an investor in IPO but just try to trade in it? How you can get better price to get into the company again.
Everyday when you watch TV for Financial news you specially hear couple of terms very frequently aka Fundamental and Technical analysis and today I would try to explain them in very newbie’s terminology for every one to refer to.
An ETF combines the valuation feature of a mutual fund, which can be purchased or redeemed at the end of each trading day for its NAV, with the trading feature of a stock, which trades throughout the trading day at prices that may be substantially more or less than its net asset value.