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The day the government banned the 500 and 1000 Rs notes, the market open down by more than 6%. There was panic all around and everybody was afraid. I have been taught that the best way to earn profit is to buy peoples fear and sell peoples greed. Click the link below to watch my live trading in which I made 40,000 Rs in first one hour and 1,12,000 Rs in the whole day.

This is a recording of live trading by Yogeshwar Vashishtha on the day the govt banned 500 and 1000 Rs notes and Donald Trump was elected the president of USA. The market crashed at the start and by looking at charts Mr. Vashishtha, along with his students in his online trading room, went long on equity and shorted bullion. In the first one hour itself the booked profit was 40,000 and by the end of the day 1,12,000 profit was booked.

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Free Online Stock Market Training

Posted: November 19, 2016 in Uncategorized

Free Online Stock Market Training today Saturday 19Nov16, from 3.30-5.30pm by Mr. Vashishtha M.Tech.(IIT). Learn to trade derivatives and build your stock portfolio. To attend visit, call 9022330009 or register with the link below

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How To Build Your Portfolio

Posted: November 19, 2016 in Uncategorized

A portfolio is an investment in certain asset classes over a period of time which gives returns that are greater than the rate of inflation. It is built by carefully selecting certain asset classes and investing in them when they are available at lower levels to reap the rewards when the prices move to higher levels. A portfolio may comprise of stocks, bonds, mutual funds, commodities, currency, real estate and precious metals like gold, silver and platinum.

Many factors need to be looked into when attempting to build a portfolio viz., capital, time horizon, expected returns, etc. Portfolios fall into many categories based on risk and one needs to ascertain whether one has a low or a medium or a high-risk appetite.

The portfolio and capital must be divided and spread across various asset classes and sectors to minimize risk. Sector rotation too plays an extremely important part in planning a portfolio and a thorough knowledge of economic and market cycles helps in assisting and managing a portfolio. Making the right choice at the right time is as important as rotating the assets from time to time in order to maintain the profitability and maximize profits.

A portfolio can grow in strength only when the market moves up. Many an investor approach the downslide of the market to add strength to their portfolios by hedging using the derivatives segment namely futures and options. Many asset classes too can be hedged against other asset classes to minimize losses and maximize profits. Averaging out is another way of reducing cost and maximizing profits. Pyramiding is used by many to add strength to their growing investment and is commonly practiced.

More often than not, the term portfolio is synonymous with stocks and most portfolios comprise only of stocks. Various types of stocks serve various purposes depending upon their market capitalization. Stocks are normally classified as growth stocks, speculative stocks, defensive stocks, income stocks, value stocks, cyclical stocks and blue chips. A clever amalgamation of all the above stocks in the right quantities at the right time and price results in a strong portfolio which gives a greater return on  investment as compared to the return on investment of the market.

Investing in a good portfolio requires a financial commitment which allows it to grow. If one begins to withdraw from funds it will only slow down the process or at worse make the portfolio underperform. One must stay committed to investing in the portfolio for a period of five years and enough funds should be kept aside for regularly investing in the same. One should not withdraw at least for one year and thereafter make regular investments into the existing portfolio to enhance and strengthen it.

Last but not the least, reviewing the portfolio at regular intervals is extremely crucial to its growth. Where some watch their portfolio too closely, others completely forget about it for years on end. A quarterly review is ideal to see if the growth is as per plan. Companies bring out their quarterly reports and these should be studied in the light of one’s portfolio to ascertain if things are moving as per plan. At no point though should one look at his investment on a daily basis as this will only lead to anxiety and wrong decisions.

Portfolio building is a very strong way of staying ahead of inflation and creating wealth. The youth should focus on a growth oriented portfolio whereas the elderly should focus on an income oriented portfolio.

Emphasis on building a portfolio in one’s life is extremely crucial and should be practiced by one and all alike.

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Qualities of a Successful Trader

Posted: October 4, 2016 in Uncategorized

Trading, though essentially a business and an art, which is perfected over time. It requires perseverance and practice. A good trader evolves over time with experience and expertise and earns the titles of ‘professional trader” and “expert”.

To reach this stage a stock market trader passes through many ups and downs, wins and defeats. He makes many mistakes along the way. But what sets him apart and paves his way to success is the ability to accept and learn from his mistake. Each mistake becomes a stepping stone to his next victory.

A good trader has a clear vision of what he wishes to achieve. He goes about planning his battle and then executes it to perfection. He is never vague about his objective and his thought process is crystal clear.

Every successful trader that has walked the face of this earth has always had a role model to follow. Some of the legendary traders and look up to them for guidance and inspiration, others depend on mentors who help and advise them from time to time.

A successful trader always has a plan and cultivates this habit of never executing a single trade without sufficient planning. An inbuilt mechanism prevents them from blindly jumping into a trade just because it looks attractive. He manages his time and money well and divides his goals based on time horizon and capital distribution.

Trading is hard work and a successful trader knows this just too well.  He is not in this business for the thrill of it and works tirelessly towards achieving his goal. Failures do not dishearten him and success does not make him euphoric. His perseverance and hard work eventually lead him to great heights.

Another important characteristic of a successful trader is the quality of patience. He realizes that the seeds he sows today will bear fruit in the time to come and is willing to wait and see his plan through.

Learning the game is extremely important and the successful trader recognizes this at the very onset. He leaves no stone unturned to gather as much knowledge as required for him to become a skillful and professional trader.

Trading requires one to be self-assured and confidence. A  trader has no place for letting his emotions affect the trade. Fear never stops him and greed never leads him on. He knows what he wants and how to get it.

A successful trader is a positive person and has an optimistic approach. Negativity can never come near him and any negative thought is dismissed.

A trader is either born with the above traits and is a natural or he cultivates them over time. But without possessing the above qualities a trader would never become completely skillful or see the pinnacle of holistic trading.

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Liquidity & Volatility

Posted: August 10, 2016 in Uncategorized

A new trader preparing to set out on his trading journey, begins to familiarize himself with the language of the markets and comes across various terms which have very little meaning to him at that stage. As he moves along, though, he realizes their importance and place in trading. Two of the most widely used terms, both in words and action, are liquidity and volatility. As the trader moves along he realizes that there can be no successful trade without truly understanding these two terms.

So what exactly are liquidity and volatility? How should one use them to advantage in trading?

Simply put, liquidity may be defined as the ability of the market to easily facilitate the buying and selling of a particular instrument without causing drastic movements in the price. Hence if there are sufficient number of buyers for a particular instrument at a particular price and a sufficient number of sellers for the same instrument at the same price the instrument may be considered liquid. A trader or investor may easily be able to buy or sell an instrument at his desired price and desired quantity since there are sufficient number of sellers and buyers to facilitate him in doing so.

Consequently, when there are not sufficient buyers and sellers in the market to easily facilitate the buying and selling of a particular instrument at a particular price, it causes great fluctuations in the price of the instrument. These fluctuations in price are termed as volatility. A trader or investor who wishes to buy a particular instrument at a particular price may not find a seller at that price and vice versa. He will then be forced to buy and sell at a higher or lower price.

Thus, whilst filtering an instrument for trade, it becomes imperative to choose an instrument which is highly liquid and enables the trader to execute his trading plan smoothly without any eventualities. His orders will get filled in with ease and he will obtain the desired profit or exit at a predetermined loss. On the other hand, a volatile instrument may give him the desired price movement but may not allow him to enter and exit at his desired price thus causing un-called for losses.

Financial markets are constantly manipulated by the big players who thrive on the mistakes of the small players.

It is thus a matter of great wisdom to consider these factors whilst planning and executing ones trade successfully.

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Posted: August 10, 2016 in Uncategorized


Gap Trading In Stocks

Posted: October 28, 2015 in Uncategorized

Gap trading is a very popular term among traders and many professional traders use gap trading for swift profits. It has gained popularity in the markets solely because of the fact that plenty of gaps are created on charts and when identified and traded correctly they bring quick profits.

But what exactly is a gap?

In simple terms, a gap is that area on the chart where no trade has occurred. In other words, there is a big difference between the price of the previous day’s close and the next day’s open. This is caused by a sudden interest that has developed in the instrument after the price closed for the day. This could be any positive or negative news related to that instrument causing the masses to place buy or sell orders after market hours.

Hence, when the market opens, the price zooms up causing a gap on the upside or it falls down drastically causing a gap on the downside.

Besides the opening gap there are three other kind of gaps:

  1. Runaway gaps
  2. Breakaway gaps
  3. Exhaustion gaps

Runaway gaps usually occur in a strong trend and are considered bullish in an uptrend and bearish in a downtrend.

Breakaway gaps usually occur after long periods of consolidation and could result in a continuation of the trend or show strong reversal.

Exhaustion gaps usually occur at the end of an existing trend as a sign that the same is about to end.

A gap may occur naturally or may be created by professionals. News about a particular instrument may cause a gap to occur naturally due to the excited buying and selling sentiments of the investors. However professional buying is done to create gaps only to trap the novice and amateur traders.

Trading gaps requires a special skill set to identify and differentiate between a natural gap and a professional gap. It should only be attempted by traders after attaining a thorough understanding of the same.

Gap trading can however be extremely fruitful and result in very quick gains as a gap trader more often than not trades ahead of the crowd.

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