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Pivotes: Soportes y Resistencias.

Una herramienta básica que tenes que tener en tu arsenal de AT es la capacidad de identificar soportes y resistencias, o como les digo yo, pivotes.

Vamos a ver que es cada uno y algunos trucos para identificarlos!

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¿Que es un pivote?

Un pivote se define como un area de apoyo o de rechazo. Es una zona del grafico a la que el grafico ha reaccionado de un modo otro.

Fijate como me refiero a un "area": Un pivote JAMAS tiene un valor exacto.
Cuando hablamos de resistencia nos referimos a un área que el precio ha rechazado y posteriormente, caído.

Cuando hablamos de soporte nos referimos a un área en la que el precio ha encontrado un punto de apoyo y posteriormente, subido. ImageImage
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🎯11 Momentum Stocks🎯

In this thread, scanned some interesting momentum stocks from Technical & Fundamental aspects, which could be worth a look.
As per Nimblr TA
#Stocks #Watchlist #investing #StockMarketindia
1⃣Orient Abrasives Ltd

✅CMP - 36.35


Best Buy @ 33.85 / 33.05 SL 28.30 TGTS 45.60 / 49.40 / 53.20 from 1 / 2 / months
Technical Indicator CCI 34 Daily > 100 provides Buy.
#OrientABrasives #Stocks #watchlist #StocksInFocus
2⃣ Balaji Telefilms Limited

✅CMP - 72.90


Best Buy @ 70 SL 57 TGTS 87/101/130/148 Period 1/2/5/8 months.

Technical Indicator CCI 34 Weekly > 100 provides Buy
#Balaji #Stocks #watchlist #StocksInFocus
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🎯Listing 15 Momentum Stocks🎯

📈They look exciting for Trading & Investing📉
In this thread, scanned some interesting momentum stocks, which could be worth a look.
If you like this thread, please like & share.
#NimblrTA #stocks #StockMarketindia #watchlist #Trading
⏺️Stock 1

💡Cholamandalam Financial Holdings Ltd💡

✅CMP- 692.00


If stays above 680 ripe for 860 by Oct22.
#Cholamandalam #stocks #NimblrTA #watchlist Nimblr- Cholamandalam
⏺️ Stock 2

💡MMTC Ltd💡

✅CMP - 48.75


We may expect it to reach around 61-64 soon.
#MMTC #Stocks #NimblrTA #watchlist Nimblr-MMTC
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Thread about trading strategy and fund performance analysis. #tradingstrategy #funds

Advanced performance analysis is fine but nothing beats common sense. Below are some common sense ways of analyzing strategy and fund performance.
1. Annualized return

The strategy must offer an acceptable annualized return subject to constraints. Very low annualized return is undesirable but also high annualized return that comes at high risk is also undesirable and even more so.
Note that even if annualized return is low, the strategy may be acceptable due to the leveragability it offers. Often is better to leverage 2X a strategy with a smooth equity than use one w/o leverage but with volatile equity.
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Thread about trading strategies. Get a bowl of rice and chopsticks but never stick the chopsticks into the rice and never cross them. Those are bad signs.

I started developing #tradingstrategy in the early 90s accidentally.
I was working in Wall Street in fixed income developing algos for bond portfolio management, calculating funding gaps for money market desks and trading the bond basis. They were interesting but boring jobs.
Someone I knew asked me if I could backtest a strategy for trading currency futures. I accepted the challenge but it turned out the strat wasn't any good. But I found the trick to make it good. The person insisted this was a way to "print" our own money. I had my doubts.
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𝐀 𝐓𝐡𝐫𝐞𝐚𝐝 🧵

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ʏᴏᴜʀ ᴠɪᴇᴡꜱ ᴀʀᴇ ᴡᴇʟᴄᴏᴍᴇ
𝐒𝐭𝐞𝐩 1⃣: ꜱᴇᴄᴛᴏʀ ᴀɴᴀʟʏꜱɪꜱ

(A)Identify sectors that are in an established uptrend.

(B)Did the specific sector give a pullback? If yes, has it given any confirmation?

Example: ᴄɴx ᴍᴇᴛᴀʟ
(A) Nifty Metal is in an established uptrend for some time now.
(B) The sector had then pulled back and was in a range.
(C) Nifty Metal has formed a cup & handle pattern and broke out of a CTL on 11th June, which confirms the continuation of uptrend.
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The best way to test your #tradingstrategy is to find trusted honest traders

Watch their trade calls, compare the setups to your own rules

#fintwit is a gift

test test test & compare the results

The 3cr & RsiHisto entries win every time for me
I see lots of fantastic trade calls but they are just too early

No need to suffer any drawdown, almost every time a trade moves up, it will breakout then retest, that is the 3cr and the RsiHisto bust up / down, pullback, break and close trigger

Discipline & patience
Up or down, it works the same, every TF it works the same

Use the Dragon to identify the TF / phase that you are trading

Never forget, the higher the TF the more time you need 2 give it

6 m5 bars = 30 mins 6 m30 bars = 3 hrs #GreenPips
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#tradingpsychology #tradingsignals #tradingstrategy #tradingtips


When it comes to exits, all traders fit into one of two camps, fixed target or trailing stoploss.
The easiest way to determine which camp you fall into is to think about your answer to this question

Is it more important for you to have a high win rate ?
is it more important for you to have huge winning trades?
Fixed targets may have a high percentage of winners, but the average winning trade will probably be relatively small.

Trailing stoploss have most trades ending up as losing trades, or break-even trades, but the few giant winning trades will make up for these losing trades.
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#TRADINGTIPS #tradingstrategy #stoploss

Stoploss puzzle !

Which one is best ?
Tight Stoploss

A tight stop will produce whipsaw losses in trading ranges. Even though each loss may be small,the sum of a series of losses can be larger ! However a trending market will rescue a system with tight stops and results are astonishing.
Loose stoploss

A loose stop will prevent whip-saw losses in a trading range but will have large drawdowns as well as poor RR ratio. As we loosen the stop, more of the winning trades as well as losing trade from a false signal can survive longer.
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Thread: As Promised, here is a multi-timeframe positional strategy based on CCI.

CCI Basics: A CCI reading above 100 is considered Bullish and overbought and a reading below -100 is considered Bearish and oversold. 1/n
I believe in buying overbought and selling oversold and this strategy is based on this assumption.

Entry criteria: CCI(34) on Weekly crossed above 100 and CCI(34) on Daily >100. Enter only above weekly high
Stoploss criteria: Recent swing low on the daily chart 2/n
Exit criteria: CCI(34) on Daily<-100
Holding period: Few days to many months
Pyramiding your winners should be considered to make your winners big. I'll write a post on this topic in the future. 3/n
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Considering recent volatile movements in #Nifty and #banknifty due to #CoronaVirus ,did data analysis with 20+ years of historical data to find how the index moved after such gap days, how #intraday traders can develop a #TradingStrategy out of it. Here's the details.
Analysed the following scenarios.
List of gap down days, more than -1% on Nifty & Bank Nifty
List of Gap up days, more than +1% on Nifty and Bank Nifty
What is the % movement during gap down days, i.e from Open to close on such days.
What is the % movement during gap up days
There are in total only 82 times #Nifty opened gap down more than -1% in last 20+ years and this is how the Intraday movement were during such days. X axis represents percentage of gap down and Y axis represents percentage of intraday movement.
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In order to build #OptionsTrading strategy to make use of #budget volatility, we need to find out what has happened in the previous budget sessions. I did an extensive historical data analysis for the period 2008 to 2019, to find what kind of #TradingStrategy one can use
This is what happened during the intraday time frame on the #Budgetday for last 10 years of budget sessions.
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Many traders follow different types of moving average crossover #TradingStrategy but the main problem with such MA/EMA cross over system is whipsaws. How one could reduce such false breakouts and also gain from large trend ? Image
The answer is move to larger time frame.
Buy rules: Go long when 10 EMA is greater than 50 EMA
Sell rules: Exit when 10 EMA is lesser than 50 EMA
Time frame: Weekly
Many of us must have invested in stocks like Yes Bank, #DHFL, #Graphite, #HEG etc. All these stocks were once a fundamentally strong stocks but due to sudden shift all these stocks tanked. Following this strategy rules would have helped you to exit at the right time.
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The key to be a master in #Intraday #Trading is to focus on the process, money will eventually follow you.

But we always focus on profits, we always ask how much I can make in this trade? But rather, you should first ask, how much I can lose in this trade?
#TradingStrategy is overrated, #RiskManagement is underrated.

We keep looking for best trading strategy that works all the time, but nothing works all the time. Instead of keep on tweaking one strategy, develop multiple uncorrelated strategy.
Stop loss should be decided before you enter the trade, not after you enter.

The big moves happens during the first hour and last hour of the trading session. Design your trading strategy accordingly.

Do not simply trade with 100,1000 quantity every time, learn position sizing
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(1/2) #AlgorithmicTrading #AMA - We bring to you the most asked questions about #AlgoTrading. Nitesh Khandelwal (Co-founder and CEO, QuantInsti) answers them in the form of short narrative videos.

Check out the entire playlist here:
What is High-Frequency Trading, Low-Frequency Trading and Medium-Frequency Trading?

#HFT #LFT #MFT #AlgorithmicTrading #FAQs #AMA #question #answer #algotrading
Where to get historical and real-time market data?

#Data #marketdata #AlgorithmicTrading #FAQs #AMA #question #answer #algotrading #traders #trading
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#MetaphysicsOfQuality iⁿtrade:

• Fixed #RiskManagement is Percentage #StopLoss.
• Such a StopLoss is -100% of the initial MarginLevel Percentage.
• So #netting may appear at -50% of MarginLevel Percentage.
• Any #LEVERAGE just offers #DrawDown
kind of limited LOSS.
• A #lever on #fulcrum is
better than leverage!
• My #BreadthScreener™ is
• The #BreadthScreener™ is a #non_forecasting,
#trading #system
#ConstantRisk #FixedRisk #Management SURVIVES!
• Since #practice precedes #theory,
#RiskManagement precedes #trading setups;
• Since theory doesn't make difference between theory & practice,
— Setups' forecasting don't forecast fail;
• Since practice makes the difference,
#FixedRisk precedes #TradingStrategy setups
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Many times we would have noticed violent move in #BankNifty post 2pm, specifically on #Expiryday. What if we trade based on this breakout. Rules are
1. check day high and low at 2pm,
2. After 2pm, if day high is crossed - Buy,If day low is crossed Short,
3. Keep 100 points SL Image
If we traded his #TradingStrategy every day, it has returned more than 7600 points since the inception of #BankNifty weekly expiry, i.e from 2016 June to till date. with max drawdown of -900 points.
If you dig deep, you can observe that Long trades has returned more returns than Short trades, that too on #expirydays, short trades has given negative returns. Image
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#Banknifty - Excellent day for our Golden ratio( bot users and #Trading Strategy webinar attendees. The system triggered the Short order at 27626 today, currently at 500+ points profits and those who applied the strategy in options r in profits as well. ImageImageImageImage
And here's the stats of the #TradingStrategy. It is purely based on price alone without any indicators. #Volatility is its best friend :) ImageImage
Another fantastic day for the #Goldenratio #tradingbot users. Long position in #banknifty triggered at 27201 today, now with more 1350 points profits. Great day for all breakout traders. thanks to #NirmalaSitharaman :) Image
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Many traders follow different types of moving average crossover #tradingstrategy but the main problem with such MA/EMA cross over system is whipsaws. When market goes in range bound, many times you get false breakouts which increases your losses/drawdown. Image
How one could avoid such false breakouts and also gain from large trend the stock establishes?
#tradingsystem #quant #tradingrules #stocktrading…
People who were looking for online #Trading scanner to select list of stocks that satisfies this condition, can use this free scanner.…
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Here’s the Trade Setup for the Volatility Burst Strategy:
Volatility = ATR of the last 20 Days
High & Low Vol = Highest High & Lowest Low of Volatility in last 252 Days
Upper Band = Highest High of High over the last 50 Days
Lower Band = Lowest Low of Low over the last 50 Days
Back-test reports of the Volatility Burst Strategy show that its Annual Return Percentage is 28.47%. This is what the equity curve looks like.

As you can see, it’s important to take a position at the right time. But it’s also important to know how to exit when you’re losing.
The drawdown graph of the Volatility Burst Strategy shows the maximum loss incurred.
The next step? We’re going to add a trailing stop loss and see what happens next.
#backtobasics #trading #algotrading #backtesting #volatility #indicator #drawdown #volatilityburststrategy
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I just published How to use #ORB #Trading #Bot
Profits made by our #ORB #Intraday #Trading Bot users. Consistent Profit continues even in such high volatile day. ImageImage
#ORB Bot user with 1 lac capital and 1% target ended the day with around 2000 #intraday profit today and more profits from other users ImageImageImage
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