Ok, so completed the 4th day of live handholding today. We are doing positional as well as day-trading. Lots of old students repeating the handholding to practice. My methods are also getting sharper :)
Whenever some one asks me what returns they can expect after doing the course, my answer is " returns are a function of risk ". When pushed further, my standard answer is " around 3%", I never ever commit above this 😀
This is the actual performance of my day-trading calls. All trades explained with logic so that traders can now repeat the trades on their own.
Capital = 10 lacs. Returns given for 3 scenarios :
1% per trade risk, 0.5% per trade risk and 0.25% per trade risk
The above excel should show you that you don't need to bet the bank and take absurd risks to get higher returns. A Rs.5000 per trade risk is enough for a 10 lac account to generate sufficient returns
This is not #excelbaazi , there are 60 traders in the group, all of them present on my twitter. They see and do the trades and have access to my trade screenshots as they happen. We are also in positional trades which I will post after a month is complete
This time have some hardcore option sellers in the group. They are thanking their lucky stars that I stopped them from shorting and straddle/strangles this month. 😀From Sunday night, the analysis was super bullish on Nifty, so we stayed only on buy side

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5 Aug
Stock trade on @CNBC_Awaaz :

Reliance bull call spread
Buy 1*2100CE at 43 & sell 1*2200CE at 13
Net debit = 13 = Max loss
SL if Reliance fut breaks 2078
Technical charts on which this view is based , self explanatory
Nifty option strategy suggested :
Call ratio spread
Buy 1*16350CE ( 12 Aug expiry ) at 65 , sell 2* 16500CE ( 12th Aug expiry) at 26
Net debit = 13. Max profit at 16500
Unlimited risk > 16650
( disclaimer : we are already in this strategy)
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30 Jul
30th July ranges :

Nifty fut : 15952/15618
Balance = 15785

BankNifty fut : 35015/34425
Balance = 34720
Received quite a few questions on how to use these levels, so here are some basic rules

1. 85% of the days, the markets will remain within these levels
2. When there is a breakout/breakdown of any one side, expect a fast large move that day
3. Bullish above the Balance, bearish below it
4. If we are bearish, one can sell CALLs above the upper level and vice versa
5. If bearish, look for sells from your other indicators to buy options and vice versa
6. Expect strong resistance/support at the upper/lower levels
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29 Jul
When I started learning technical analysis, took me six months before I could draw trendlines correctly so that I could trust and trade on them.
RSI ?Divergences ? another six months😃
The way I use MFI ? 2 years 😃

Any TA tool like metastock, amibroker or tradingview has hundreds of indicators. Try mastering one at a time, you will master max 2-4 in the next few years
Let's say there is a very good swordsman. He has a very good sharp sword, perfectly balanced.

He gives you that sword, will you be able to fight as good as the swordsman ?
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29 Jul
Markets are dynamic, so your analysis should also be dynamic ( change as new data comes in)

BNF now
see the MFI attempting upside breakout before price. So now if price breaks out , that will be a confirmation
I am ready now for an upside spike
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24 Jul
A short thread on #MFI

The basics here :

Technical analysis says two things :
1. Momentum precedes price
2. Volumes precedes price

So, if an indicator includes momentum and volume analysis, it will be a leading indicator to some extent. This is the crux why I am so much confident on MFI
The indicator can be used for swing as well as day-trading. I use a period of 10 as I have seen that being our responsive to our markets here
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20 Jul
I had this theory that if #Bitcoin went below $30k , this time it probably won't go up again. Let's see
1. I had earlier posted a distribution analysis for bitcoin
2. Traders have been primed by the price action of the past few months where it goes below $30k on weekends and then bounces back. This dip should see heavy accumulation from retail and thus a perfect distribution point
If this is not distribution, I don't know what is. If I were trading this, would have shorted below $29k with a stop at $31k and then progressively trailed stops
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