|10 Feb 2020||Profit of Rs. 36,396|
|11 Feb 2020||Profit of Rs. 51,511|
|12 Feb 2020||Profit of Rs. 26,690|
|13 Feb 2020||Profit of Rs. 34,020|
|14 Feb 2020||Profit of Rs. 62,031|
After seeing a V-shape recovery in the post Budget week, the Indian indices saw consolidation in the week ended February 14 among mixed global cues due to coronavirus fears. Benchmark indices finished with little change in the volatile week as the Sensex added 115.89 points to end at 41,257.74 and the Nifty50 rose 15.15 points to close at 12,113.5.
Last week, one of our traders made a profit of Rs. 83,231 on 06 Feb, 2020. This week, one of our traders made a profit of Rs. 62,031 on 14 Feb, 2020. All other days were also ended in profits. But the maximum profit is achieved on 14 Feb, 2020.
Making a consistent profit should be the key parameter if you are trading or investment. No doubt, you can make a big profit one day but being in profit is a challenge. If you are able to make small profits consistently, it is even better than making a big profit. As the figure for a big profit is huge, there is a great chance of losing money and making big losses. This kind of trading can only be done under the guidance of professionals as in our case is Mr. Yogeshwar Vashishtha. All these profits are made under the guidance of Yogeshwar sir who trained many people and doing trading from many years.
If you have learned the stock market technical and fundamentals properly, then you should only be working towards making consistent profit. Don’t try to chase people who are making big profits. Even if you are able to make small profits; slowly and steadily, you will also be able to make such big profits. The key to success here is, never allow yourself or prepare yourself for a big loss. Always work on reducing risk and making consistent profits.