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May 29 • 12 tweets • 6 min read
Did you try predicting momentum in stock but failed? This thread is for you.
In this tread, we will discuss the concept of Momentum Trading using Relative Strength to identify a perfect trade setup which will have high accuracy and small SL.
Strategy Thread 🧵⬇️
Relative Strength is a behaviour of stock w.r.t Benchmark or Sector. That means it is a method of identifying stocks or instruments that are relatively strong or weak either against benchmark or sector.
Feb 10 • 19 tweets • 6 min read
Have you ever thought of considering #CAGR for your #trading?
If not, this thread will give you a new insight into how CAGR can be used for trading as well as in investing. I have been using this concept for a long time now.
CAGR stands for Compound Annual Growth Rate. This shows - at what rate the stock/index is growing year on year. In my terms, how much wealth it has generated for the investor. I have not come across any other ratio which gives this information.
Dec 19, 2021 • 7 tweets • 6 min read
Master Thread 🧵| Index of all Twitter Threads and YouTube Videos of November and December month
Moving Averages (#MA)
Relative Strength Index (#RSI)
Trading #Divergences using RSI
1/n 🧵on Relative Strength Index (RSI), one of the widely used Indicator in technical analysis by traders.
I am sharing: 1. Intro and the birth of RSI 2. What info RSI indicates 3. Application of RSI with chart patterns 4. Support/Resistance in RSI 5. Range Shift 6. Divergence
2/n The concept of RSI was first introduced in the book “New Concepts in Technical Trading Systems.” By J. Welles Wilder Jr. Most of us get so attracted to the indicator itself we forget to study the background of Scientists and how the indicator got its life.
Nov 13, 2021 • 25 tweets • 7 min read
Moving Averages 🧵
Widely used indicator by traders but with a lesser understanding of what it reflects and how it should be analysed.
In this thread: 1. MA and possible use case to help you make trading decisions 2. Mean-reversion 3. Disparity
Moving Average (MA) is a statistical calculation used to analyse a different subset of the full data set. In technical analysis, MA is used as an indicator to help us analyse stock by smoothing out the price data by creating a constantly updated average price
Jun 14, 2020 • 7 tweets • 2 min read
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