Sequent rejected from resistance.. but we will breakout in the weeks to come.. Hold on and add when it moves up.. Image
Sequent we are heading to 60-61. Reason why one should add on to investments only on upmove.. Any close below 60 be cautious.. #Sequent #trendlines #investing #Weeklychart Image
Sequent attempting breakout - invest if we have a daily closing above 91. #Sequent #trendlines #investing #Weeklychart Image

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Apr 30
For 7 yrs I struggled to ride trends..

& in 2015-17 when I started learning TA smthng crazy happened..

Here is a simple strategy that helped me..

• Identify turning points in stocks
• Find quality stocks
• Not panic & ride trends
• Finally make 💸

CCI & Pivot Strategy🧵..
1⃣ How to filter stocks? Is there a scanner?

There are 1000s of stocks in the market & you need to invest in only a few.

How do you narrow it down to a select few?

Use this simple CCI based scanner every weekend👇

chartink.com/screener/inves…
2⃣ Which stock to select from the scanner?

In @screener_in
• ROCE should be > 10
• Ratio of Stock P/E to ROCE should be < 2
• D/E ratio should be < 1
• Sales & PAT should be in uptrend continuously

Consider only those stocks that meet at least the first 3 criteria. Refer 👇
Read 10 tweets
Oct 4, 2020
N Period High Low breakout strategy: A thread

Complete credit to @theProfessorDev. I have just modified it to be more user friendly.

So, what's different in this?

- You can now backtest this strategy on the time period you want - it is no more an indicator alone 1/n
- You can also backtest this strategy for any N period high low break. Usually, you will find traders using Day/Week high and low breaks. But, I've made this strategy generic to even test a 1/2/3/4 hour high/low breakout. 2/n
Example: You can test a 5 hour high/low breakout on a 15 min TF and trade this strategy.

Find the Tradingview strategy code here - pastebin.com/g7ZBmJwA

Paste this code in tradingview pinescript section and add to chart 3/n
Read 5 tweets
Aug 23, 2020
Stop gambling & Start learning: I have received a few DMs about how people have lost lakhs & want a strategy to recover those losses. Here is my suggestion. If you are not profitable, do not trade FnO or anything for that matter. Stop today & vow not to trade unless you learn.1/n
But, then how does one learn? Start with Identifying support and resistances - this is the ABC of markets and everyone must know this, especially discretionary traders. Perfect this on the monthly and weekly charts. 2/n
It is pretty easy to learn this on higher TF than on 5/15/30 mins TF where there is a lot of noise. Practice this over the next 6 months and buy stocks where you see there is a proper setup. I have many charts on my timeline for reference. 3/n
Read 9 tweets
Aug 22, 2020
Thread: All the stocks I post are from an investment perspective & I prefer to ride it with the strategy mentioned in this tweet. To know how it works, you must apply this strategy on hundreds of stocks and see it for yourself 1/n
Obviously, you can pick a few and ride the short term trend as well using the strategy in this tweet. Again, apply it on hundreds of stock and experience how it works 2/n
If you are a beginner, you may choose to focus on these two strategies. Allocate 50% capital to each and practice this to see the results. Remember, without a proper strategy you are bound to lose in the long run and you will be drained both capital wise and emotionally too. 3/n
Read 6 tweets
Aug 20, 2020
The following stocks are contracting and could possibly go up in the coming days.

SKM egg products
Shilpa medicare
Laksh Vilas bank
Kellton tech
Network18 media
Nectar Lifesciences
Career point
Manali petrochem
Morepen

Please define your risk & SL before taking the trades.
I don't have the time to post the charts for all of them. But, these comprise some pullback and some trendline break trades. #stockideas #Trendlines #investing #relativestrength #CCI #breakout #pricexpansion #Momentum
Charts for the pullback trades ImageImageImageImage
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Aug 14, 2020
All-in-one chart! How to enter, define stop-loss, when to pyramid & exit? This took me some time but I'm sure this chart speaks a thousand words & saves a few thousand webinar fees for many if you follow this. Although this is hindsight analysis, I am sure it will help many. 1/2 Image
This technique can be applied to any timeframe. I will keep posting such #tradinglessons going forward to help beginners. #trademanagement #pyramiding #stoploss #Entry #Exit #pullback #Trailingstoploss #breakout #systematictrading 2/2
This can be a very effective trading technique for breakout stocks & you will be able to ride the trend as long as the short term trend reverses. You can catch some really big trends & you need a few every year to make your PnL. Remember 80% of profits come from 20% trades.
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