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Few Tax Benefits for Home Loan 🏡

• 80C
• 24B
• 80EE
• 80EEA

Let's discuss them in detail. ⤵

#StockMarket #stock
1️⃣ 80C

▶Maximum deduction amount: Upto ₹1.5 Lakh

You should not sell the property before five years.
2️⃣ 24B

▶Maximum deduction amount: Upto ₹2 Lakhs on interest.

You are eligible if you take a home loan for buying/constructing the house.
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Below is an on-going list of DD I have written. Each subject is organized into general topics with more DD tweeted and linked respectively. Any and all of my future analysis and research will be added to this pin.

The DD is never done.

The #Algorithm. The Ouroboros: Characterizing #GameStop share price and reverse engineering #HFT #algos.

10/4/21: Part 1…

11/18/21 Part 2… Image
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Best Buying Levels for all #Nifty50 #Stocks as per Demand Zone:

1️⃣ #ADANIPORTS: ₹562
2️⃣ #ASIANPAINT: ₹2,552
3️⃣ #AXISBANK: ₹620
4️⃣ #BAJAJFINSV: ₹10,445
5️⃣ #BAJAJAUTO: ₹3,280

Save it for later ✅
#StockMarket #NSE #Nifty #Trading #Investing #sharemarket

Best Buying Levels for all #Nifty50 #Stocks as per Demand Zone:

6️⃣ #BAJFINANCE: ₹4,668
7️⃣ #BHARTIARTL: ₹552
8️⃣ #BPCL: ₹255
9️⃣ #BRITANNIA: ₹2,534
🔟 #CIPLA: ₹850

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#StockMarket #NSE #Nifty #Trading #Investing #sharemarket #Trader #OI

Best Buying Levels for all #Nifty50 #Stocks as per Demand Zone:

1️⃣ #COALINDIA: ₹163
2️⃣ #DIVISLAB: ₹3,154
3️⃣ #DRREDDY: ₹3,365
4️⃣ #EICHERMOT: ₹2,431
5️⃣ #GRASIM: ₹1,221

Save it for later ✅
#StockMarket #NSE #Nifty #Trading #Investing #sharemarket #BSE

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I’m a licensed CPA in the US. If you need help navigating the tax implications of the $UST $LUNA and overall #crypto / #stock market crashes, comment here or DM me. No charge.

I don’t have a large network here so please retweet if you think this is valuable to the community. 💛
$UST $LUNA Tax Implications 🧵. Comments & DMs open.

Possible scenarios:

1) Holding $UST $LUNA & #terra tokens in underwater positions
2) Sold $UST for losses
3) Sold $LUNA / #terra tokens for losses
4) Liquidated on leveraged positions
5) Lost entire net worth via above
1) If you're holding spot/staking/LP positions of $UST, $LUNA, & #terra tokens, your losses are unrealized 'til you dispose of the tokens. URL's cannot be deducted on your 2022 return or used to offset 2022 realized cap. gains, they must become realized losses via taxable event.
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As was widely expected, the @federalreserve’s Federal Open Market Committee raised the target range for the Federal Funds #policy rate by 50 basis points (bps), to between 0.75% and 1.0%, and announced the start of #runoff of the central bank’s balance sheet.
As previously suggested by the #Fed’s March minutes, the pace of runoff was confirmed today as $95 billion/month ($60 billion in U.S. #Treasuries and $35 billion in Agency #MBS, with a three-month phase-in period.
Also as expected, the statement reiterated that the #FOMC “anticipates that ongoing increases in the target range will be appropriate,” underscoring the seriousness of #Fed policymakers in getting #inflation and inflation expectations under control.
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My swing cash strategy ☢️
(In simple language)

1⃣ #stock selection process - always choose that stock which are consolidating near all time high

(Because whenever stock will give all time high breakout then it will easily give 20/30% return in 1/2 months
2⃣Volume analysis - In that consolidating period volume should be high of up move days then down move days. And last 3/4 month volume of accumulation is must higher then previous days.
3️⃣ fund diversification - always deploy your capital in 3/4 stocks, not more then that or not less then 3.

And, your 3/4 stocks must be from different strong sectors.
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Is inflation always bad for the economy? 🤔

Let's find out in this thread ⤵️
Inflation is viewed as a warning sign of a suffering economy by some, while it is viewed as a sign of a thriving economy by others.

But what does it actually mean? ⤵️
Mostly the term "inflation" is used to characterize the economic impact of rising oil or food prices.🛢️📈

If the price of oil rises from $75 to $100 per barrel, input prices for a factory would rise, as well the transportation expenses which will affect the final goods.
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Top 4 highly demanded Fund of Funds 💸

1️⃣Gold Funds
2️⃣Asset Allocation Funds
3️⃣Multi-manager Fund of Funds
4️⃣Foreign or International Fund of Funds

But what are Fund of Funds?

Let's find out ⤵ (1/9)
Funds of funds are nothing but a mutual fund scheme that invests in other mutual fund schemes.

Rather than investing in equities or bonds, the fund manager takes care of managing a portfolio of other mutual funds.

An FoF may invest in a scheme run by the same fund house or in a scheme run by a different fund house.

#MutualFund #stock #stocktobuy

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Sharing some screeners which I use frequently

Save this post for future reference as well

But before proceeding, can you retweet so that it can help someone else too

technical screeners - intraday and positional both
positional one

run - find #stock - draw chart - find levels

1- Stocks closing daily 2% up from 5 days…

2- Weekly breakout…

3- Breakouts in short term…

4- Bullish from last 5 days…
intraday screeners

5- 15 minute Stock Breakouts…

6- Intraday Buying seen in the past 15 minutes

7- Stocks trading near day's high on 5 min chart with volume BO intraday

Happy Trading ❤️❤️
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Could not be saved and broke the trend line. Heading to next level of 33291...

Will Monday continue with fall or would it rebound after touching 33291 zone.

33716 is also a support.. We will have to see price action at this level on Monday. Can offer some support.
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Did you know there's a measurement that can predict whether a business will go bankrupt or not in the next 2 years?

It's called Altman’s Z-score Model.

The lower the Z-score, the higher the odds that a company is heading for bankruptcy.

A Z-score that is lower than 1.8 means
that the company is in financial distress and has a high probability of bankrupcy.

A score of 3 and over means the company is in a safe zone and is unlikely to file.

A score between 1.8 & 3 means the company is in a grey area and with a moderate chance of filing for bankruptcy.
Confusing but here's the formula👇

ζ = 1.2A + 1.4B + 3.3C + 0.6D + 1.0E
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Three key things to check before you start Investing!

• Annual Report
• Investors Presentation
• Concalls

Let's see how ⤵️
1. Annual Report

➡ What is it?

A company’s yearly report for all the stakeholders documenting its past performances, future expectations, and financial statements.

2. Investor Presentation

➡ What is it?

A company's quarterly business update presentation and growth charts to let us know what happened in the quarter. It gives information in pictorial summarised form.

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A quick thread on Diversification.

Diversification is a strategy allowing investors to manage risk by spreading their money across different investments.

Investors should have some money allocated to safety assets like cash and bonds in addition to riskier assets like stocks.
Any investor looking for a quick and easy way to help manage risk and potentially boost returns on their portfolio, should take a moment to consider how diversification could work in their portfolio.
Even a fairly aggressive investor likely should still have some cash on the side, whether that's for short-term spending or emergencies, or to deploy for investing in the future.

Likewise, when it comes to one's stock holdings, how well diversified is the portfolio?
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A quick thread on Asset Allocation

Asset Allocation is an essential component of anyone's investment journey!

Fancy translation; asset allocation is the breakdown of different investments in the categories known as asset classes. Stocks, bonds, cash are different asset classes.
Within each asset class, there are more breakdowns that categorize each investment like market capitalization, sectors, geographical locations etc. etc.

But in practicality, asset allocation is to diversify depending on an investor's risk tolerance.
Each asset class has anticipated risk and return based on historical averages.

Based on how much risk an investor is willing to take, a portfolio can be broken down within several categories to provide diversification and balance.
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In #biotech #stock news, I've added $NSTG NanoString to the list of companies I follow, one of the players in the single cell and spatial omics fields Image
The field is still dominated by $TXG 10X Genomics, which also have recently acquired 3 different companies in the spatial omics area, which encapsulate 60-70% of the technologies used for all the papers published using such technologies. Image
You can read more about the history of the field and current players and trends in this document produced by @LambdaMoses :…
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What is value investing?

Value investing is a long-term investment strategy used by investors to seek out stocks that are trading for less than their intrinsic or book value.
Just like online shoppers keep tabs on their favourite items and buy them when they go on sale, value investors track down stocks they think are being undervalued by the stock market.

Investors analyse and use various metrics to find the right valuation of the stock.
They believe the market overreacts to good and bad news that result in stock price movements disproportionate to the company’s long-term fundamentals.

This offers them an opportunity to buy stocks at a discounted rate.
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We get a ton of requests to meet in person with the heroes of the trading world seen in #face2face at @elearnmarkets

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A 3-Day Immersive Trading Experience with the brightest #trading minds in India, who will be coming out of their online media to teach you directly in the live trading workshop at Goa.
Here’s your golden ticket to:-
~Learn & interact directly with the market gurus.
~Strategy sharing with 12 eminent Traders.
~Priceless knowledge & insights.
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~Accommodation, lip-smacking food & cocktail parties at @novotelgoa!

The lineup is given below.
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Thread on Short Selling.

Short selling is what investors do when they want to bet against a stock.

It’s the opposite of a long position (where they bet the value of the stock to go up over time).

So how do you make money on a failing company?

Take this fictitious example:
Shadow thinks the value of drug company ShadowPharma is overinflated, and that it will soon report that it's trials for its new drug were a failure.

Shadow approaches institutional investor Shadow Capital, which owns ShadowPharma stock to borrow 1 million of their shares.
Shadow Capital agrees, and charges Shadow a monthly fee of $5 million until he returns the shares.

Shadow takes ShadowPharma's shares and immediately sells them for the going rate of $100 each, depositing $100 million in his account.
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Quick thread on why TIME IN THE MARKET is better than TIMING THE MARKET?

Data from JP Morgan's Asset Management shows from January 2nd, 2001 to December 31st, 2020, for the S&P500, seven of the 10 best days occurred within two weeks of the 10 worst days.

Let me repeat that.
Seven of the 10 best days are current within two weeks of the 10 worst days.

So what do realise from this data?

Not only could you not time the market, but there's a good chance that if you try to time the market, you may miss those good days.
In times of panic or anxiety, sometimes investors may rush to sell.

ShadowInvestor™ encourages investors NOT to get out of the market, STAY INVESTED in the market.

Because if we go back to the stat & you go back to January 2nd, 2001 through year-end 2020,
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Mindset Moment 🧠

Sheesh, If you’ve been an active investor in the markets over the last 6 months, you don’t need ShadowInvestor™ to tell you what a hell of a ride it’s been.

Fears of rising rates and a slowing economy has completely flipped the switch on investor sentiment.
And that’s triggered a sell-off that’s seen the average tech stock fall by 37%.

We'll focus on tech for today but markets in general are looking heartbreaking & this could apply to you.

Pandemic favourites like Zoom & Peleton are down about ~80% and Australian tech about ~90%🤯
But despite the recent declines it’s easy to forget just how long this tech bull run has been going for.

Take e.g. ARKK, The famous tech ETF from @CathieDWood is down ~50% since this time last year.

But despite this, the ETF is still up ~40% from 2yrs ago (AKA pandemic).
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- a thread 🧵
📌 | Finding the perfect free stock images is hard. But do you know that many websites allow you to obtain high-quality stock photos for free?
📍 | That is, only if you know where to look. Worry not! To make it easier for you, I've compiled 10 best websites for stock imagery under this thread.
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3yrs ago, I uploaded econ/finance R coding tutorials but never kept up with it

I recently discovered one reached 5,000 views - surprising to me

Inspired these could help others, I'm giving it another go, will try to upload 1x/month

Here's a new vid!👇

In this tutorial, you'll learn how to:

1. scrape historical #cryptocurrency and #stock price data

2. calculate daily returns

3. identify uncorrelated assets using a hierarchical clustering algorithm

4. backtest an uncorrelated portfolio of stocks against a correlated one Image
Why does this matter?

Stocks, currencies, bonds - basically any asset - can go up/down for the same reasons (eg. same macro factors, policies, a pandemic)

An uncorrelated/diversified portfolio is an important tool to improving the likelihood of better risk-adjusted returns Image
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Period Oct 4th - Feb 4th.

Current 3-18 system - (6.5%)
My Old system Kids Account - XIRR - 52.83%.

Only a few trades with pyramiding got me this result and got me thinking on what went wrong.

#trading #stocks #Stock #Trader #StockMarket #StocksToWatch #Markets #nifty50
I decided to get you also thinking

Test Sample - All #Stocks in NSE

100% Move - Time Frame - No. of Stocks

Last 1 Year - 1038
Last 9m - 773
Last 6m - 424
Last 3m - 231
Last 8 Weeks - 124


#trading #Stock #Trader #StockMarket #StocksToWatch #Markets #nifty50
Test Sample - All #Stocks in NSE > Rs.20

100% Move - Time Frame - No. of Stocks

Last 1 Year - 868
Last 9m - 611
Last 6m - 289
Last 3m - 134
Last 8 Weeks - 65'


#trading #Stock #Trader #StockMarket #StocksToWatch #Markets #nifty50
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