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21/05/09 – Performance

  1. Intraday Tips – Buy Mcdowell @ 878 sl 865 tg 900-920 — Stock went to 883 and sl trig
  2. Intraday Tips – Buy Bhushansteel @ 628 sl 610 tg 660 — Advised exit @ 625
  3. Intraday Tips – Buy Kotakbank @ 640 sl 610 tg 660-680 — Stock then went to 670
  4. Intraday Tips – Sell Litl @ 342 sl 349 tg 320 — Stock then fell down to 321
  5. Sell HCC @ 101 sl 104 tg 93 — Stock then fell down to 93
  6. Intraday Tips – Sell Aban @ 875 sl 885 tg 835 — Stock then fell down to 833
  7. Intraday Tips – Sell Icicibank @ 695 sl 705 tg 675 — Stock then fall down to 667

22/05/09 – Performance

  1. Intraday Tip – Buy Voltas @ 94 sl 92 tg 98 – 100 — Stock then went to 96 and remained choppy
  2. Intraday Tips – Buy Compton @ 255 sl 249 tg 265 – 270 — Stock then went to 260 and remained bullish
  3. Intraday Tip – Sell Tatamotors @ 355 sl 359 tg 340 — Stock crashed down to 338
  4. Intraday Tips – Sell Aban @ 840 sl 860 tg 800 — Stock then fell down to 815
  5. Intraday Tips – Sell Nifty future @ 4215 , Nifty Spot 4200 sl 4235 tg 4165 — Nifty future then fell down to 4163
  6. Intraday Tips – Sell HDIL 300 sl 308 tg 288 – 282 — Stock then fell down to 296 remained rangebound and advised to exit 303
  7. Intraday Tips – Buy Nifty Future @ 4210 sl 4190 tg 425— Nifty Future then went up to 4163
  8. Delivery/Investment Tips – Buy Nu***** soft for delivery sl 67 tg 100 – 120 — Stock then zoom up almost 5-6%
  9. Intraday Tips – Buy Axisbank 758 sl 748 tg 780 – 792 — Stock then went to 768

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The Best Way to Trade the Stock Market With Less Than $500

If you have ever traded the stock market, you know that it is really hard to make a consistent profit, and there is a perfectly good explanation for this.

Indeed, in order to make a profit trading stocks not only you need to be sure that the price is going to move in a given direction, but also, you must be right about the magnitude of such movement, because if you go long on a stock which is trading at $5 and it goes up to $5.05 you will not even have enough to pay for the commissions if you are trading with $500 account.

One of the problems is that in order to make a profit not only you must be right about where the price is going, but also about how far is it going, and the fact of the matter is that determining the direction of the price within a particular time frame is relatively easy, but assessing accurately how far is it going to go is really the hardest part of the equation.

Add the fact that each time you enter and exit a trade you have to pay a commission of around $7 to even $15 per trade, and you are already $14-$30 down on a trade the minute you place it.

If you are trading with $500, and you make a good trade (meaning that you successfully predicted the price movement as well as its magnitude) you might have gotten lucky and snapped a 10% increase in the price of the stock within a few days, which would be a really great trade.

In this scenario you would have earned $50, but before you can cash in you have to deduct the commissions you had to pay, which would have been around $14-$30, meaning that your actual profit ended up around $36-$20 which is about 4%-7% return on that particular trade.

However, it is unlikely that you will always snap 10% gains on a particular stock, because what will usually happen -even if you are very accurate predicting the market movements- is that you will make a good share of mistakes, and even when you are right, the stock will not always move as much as you would have expected in the direction you had planned.

Therefore, in order increase your chances of being profitable and growing your account, the best way to trade the stock market is through binary options. Why?

Well, because binary options allow you to trade in smaller sizes without having to worry about commissions, you can achieve returns around 70%-80% on each trade, and in order to do so you only need to be right about the direction of the price, regardless of the magnitude of the movement.

Indeed, when you trade binary options (also called “all or nothing options”) the payout for each call or put option is fixed, meaning that unlike traditional options, your profit will always be 70%-80 of the invested amount regardless of how many points in the money you are, as long as you are in the money even if it is by $0.001.

On the other hand, binary options offer the advantage that they can be traded hourly, meaning that you can buy contracts that expire within 60 minutes thus allowing you to realize 70%-80% profits fast (something simply impossible to achieve trading stocks in the traditional fashion).

This certainly makes it easier to make a profit trading the stock market, because on one hand, all you need to do is determine the direction of the price movement, and on the other hand, you can get a far higher return on your investment without having to risk 100% of your account.

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Can you get rich day trading stocks? Well, let me ask you this. Can you get rich picking garbage up?

The answer, yes. (I know some people who own garbage companies and they do very well for themselves).

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So what’s my point?

My point is if you can get rich picking up garbage, you can get rich doing just about anything. And that would include day trading. I bet you can guess what I think of day trading now. Look at it this way. One of the biggest enemies of a trading system is transaction costs.

It’s the reason trading isn’t a sum zero game. It isn’t because of transaction costs. That makes it a negative sum game. In day trading, you rack up many more transactions than anyone else ever would just trading normally. So you have a huge thing to overcome there. But it gets even worse. You have less opportunity to profit.

The price swings that happen in a day are relatively small compared to the price swings that happen over time (say over a week). So you have less opportunity to profit, and you have many more transaction costs.

Now if you approach day trading as say a way to get a better fill in a trade, but it’s a trade that you will hold for a period of time (again say a week or more), then yes that is viable and can work. The key with trading is to give yourself a chance, and you really don’t with traditional day trading.

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Gann Calculator Explained

Gann Calculator Explained 

Introduction: Gann calculator in the initial days of its introduction got very good response from the traders and investors.  Many experienced the benefit of this calculator and expressed their experience and difficulties. I am going to describe all these aspects in this user manual. It is an authentic tool and its construction-base-formulas you can get from my books Gann’s Method . As I have said to all my readers and seminarians before that it is not a secrete tool. It is the simple mathematical formula as given by W.D.Gann and I have just simplified and used it for developing this application.  I feel it is the need of the time I should explain how to use this calculator with some example.

 Swing Trading:  Swing Trading is the base and the mother of this calculator. In my words the definition of Swing Trading is “trade in the direction of the price movement”. Price movement of a stock as explained by Gann and Elliot follows the harmonic motion. One step forward I will say that it follows the random Brownian motion. Who determine this motion? The traders or the investors determine. The behaviour of a trader or investor is again driven by the fear and confidence. I will not use the word greed in this context. As a swing trader you need to find out the price points which generate fear or confidence. These are the points I can name as swing turning points or resistance and support points. Though this is a complex job but now a day it is getting simplified by the use of s/w tools. Gann’s calculator does the job of calculating these swing turning points which I have named as the resistances, supports, buy entry, sell entry points.

Gann calculator: The swing 2 supports and resistance point which I belief as the decisive point for a buy or sell entry, is being named as buy entry and sell entry in the calculator respectively. In gann’s calculator I have used the square root formula and degree to factor formula for calculating the different supports and resistances. I have taken 180 degree factor as 1 and based on this in every 15 degree and its multiple I have calculated the resistance and supports.

You must ask me why 15 degree and its multiples? Considering one full day as 24 hours and one cycle as 360 degree I found each one hour in a day is 15 degree. My second argument is elementary mathematics says that 1 degree as 4 minutes hence one hour is 15 degree . 

You must ask me why should I belief on the last hours swing high and low for forecasting the future price? In many statistical tools like MACD, Bollinger band or finding the chart patterns you are using much older data points. Even in intraday chart also if you are using these tools then without your knowledge you are using many past data points. Hence it is nothing wrong in using only two dynamic swings high and low data point in this calculator.

How to use it? Take past one hours swing high and low as input it will calculate the resistances, supports and key resistance and key support levels. The buy entry and sell entry prices calculated by the Gann Calculator are nothing but the Swing 2 resistance and support points. In less volatile day you may encounter the congestion. Congestion is nothing but the buy entry and sells entry prices will be placed very near to each other say with Rs2 to Rs 3 difference. Same also you can encounter in the resistances and supports. In this case change your swing high and low points to a wider one or make the buy entry or sell entry above or below the 1st target point or trade between the band means between any two resistances, supports, and stop loss points. Make a practice to change the swing high and low points time and again in every one hour. If your position runs in profit then use the trailing stoploss technique to maximise profit.

This calculator is working and I have hundreds and thousand of proof for that. If you feel that why I am sharing this wonderful tool with you then I have the simple answer that knowledge is God gifted and I want to share with you. It is upto you to accept it or not. Critics will never stop me sharing the knowledge with any one. I will advise if any one is getting pained my by act of sharing then better stop thinking about this calculator.

 My way to identify the swing high and low:

You can follow any one way for identifying the swing high and low.

  1. High and low price in a particular time frame. The minimum time you must take for the observation is one hour.
  2. Take the previous days last hour high and low for next days 1st hour trade provided global sentiments must be neutral during the non trading hours of our market.
  3. If the current price action of the script is trending then take the low or high follows the trend high or low.
  4. If you encounter congestion then take the high and low in greater time interval.

Now see some examples which I feel will thrill you. I will also explain how you will enter a trade.

 Example 1:  consider the Nifty spot one hour data from 10 to 11 a.m on 12th august 2008.Its high was 4634 and low was 4598.

Using this data in the intraday calculator I found that my key supports are 4600-4566-4498 and resistances are 4631-4666-4735. You can use this data in the calculator and test its accuracy.

At 11:05 a.m. it has fallen and found support at 4565, 11:30 it touched high 4599 and fallen. Hence it is confirmed in the next half an hour nifty was very much within the band of my calculated support 1 and support 2.

 From trading point of view if I miss the chance to enter the short trade at 4611 then better in this junction I will wait or change my data points. Second observation is the bounce from the low 4565 failed to cross the 1st support 4600. So now the support turns into resistance as per basic technical analysis concept for next half an hour. In this junction also I can go short with my initial stoploss as 4611 and second stoploss as 4631 and target as 4565. See in the next half an hour nifty created new low of 4557 at 11:52 a.m.

 In this example I have used the past one hour high and low points for my observation and calculated all the resistance and support values for the next hour. It is not guaranteed that I will achieve my target or stop loss in the next one hour. It is just a mathematical assumption based on my observation. I will suggest all of you to treat this calculator as an alternative software tool as you treat all other indicators and tools.   

 Example 2: consider reliance industry high and low in a time period from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. on 13th august 2008. It was a trending day for reliance because it was creating higher high and higher low. My Swing high and swing low for this two hour period is 2353 and 2315 respectively. 

 Using these two values on the gann calculator I got the following values:

 Long entry price was: 2331 target 2339-2347-2363-2412

Short entry price was: 2337 target 2329-2320-2304-2256

 Since it was a trending market for RIL and it was creating the higher high and higher low and the current price is much above my second target point and trending upward. I will use this swing action to enter a buy trade keeping my 1st stoploss as 2339 which is my key resistance, which turn into the support and my target will be 2363. I will come out of the trade at 2363 or slightly below that because this is the 3rd level of target and important resistance point.  

 Again I have observed that after touching the high of 2373.65 the price has started retracing back. Now I will change my swing low and high. The low as 2339 and high as 2373.65.  The stock price 2339 is the low which the stock has made just before making this high of 2373.65. You can say this is the high following the low. Notice it carefully I have not taken the hourly high or low rather I have taken the latest low preceding the high.  

 Why this deviation in principle?  If the current price action is against the previous trending nature of the price then you need to make this deviation. In the second case scenario if the price continues its trending behaviour then also this deviation in principle will come in to focus. 

 Using these two values 2373.65 and 2339 I got

 Short entry price was: 2358

 Long entry price was: 2355

 This is congestion because the difference is only Rs 3 /- so now I will shift my focus to the 1st level of target for both the long and short. As per my calculation 1st long and short targets are 2363 and 2349. These two prices will act as my new long entry and short entry points. More precisely I will buy reliance above 2363 and sell below 2349.  My stoploss for the sell entry will be 2358-2374-2398 and stoploss for buy trade will be 2355-2339-2314

 Observe the second part of the calculator which flags the important support and resistance points. my entry points also coincide with the 1st level of resistance and support.

 As you can observe from the chart at 12:35 p.m after drifting to the level of 2362 the stock has a minor bounce back to 2366 and the greater downward action started once it has broken the level of 2349. My target level of short entry was 2342-2326-2277. You can say it as a coincident or a mathematical wonder.

  1. At 1:30 p.m. stock touched 2341 and bounced back to 2349 level.
  2. At 2:20 p.m. stock touched the day’s low of 2326 level.

Though Gann’s other method is to calculate the time action but it is beyond the scope of this calculator. You can read all those methods in my book Gann Method 

Read the following section for white paper proof:

#1: At 10:20 p.m. taking the nifty future high as 4302 and low as 4279 on the Gann calculator . We have identified the swing turning points as follows. Buy above 4301 for target 4312-4323-4345, stop loss 4279-4246 and sell below 4280 stop loss 4335 and target 4269-4258-4237. At 10:20 Nifty future was trading at 4283

 Using the current price and past time squaring action the targets and stop loss was expected to trigger before 2 p.m. . In fact once the swing turning point of sell entry was triggered the 1st target 4269 was achieved within 15 minutes and then it followed the 2nd target and made intraday low of 4256.65 till 2.30

#2: at 11.05 taking  RIL future high as 4156.4 and low as 4120 on the Gann calculator . We have identified the swing turning points as follows. Buy above 2135 stop loss 2120-2097 and target 2143-2151-2166 and sell below 2141 stop loss 2156-2180 target 2133-2126-2110-2065. Though the stock was quoting at 2125 at that time but I will not make a short entry because my 2nd target for the short entry is almost achieved. Around 11:30 we got the swing buy price trigger on the chart 2135. As per the current price and past time squaring action the 1st target for the buy entry must come within one hour and 30 minutes from the buy entry trigger time. At 12:08 I achieved my 1st target 2143 and retraced back from 2147 level and touched the short entry trigger price below 2140 at 12:20. And achieved the 1st target around 1 p.m. . . .

 Any one can master the gann’s price squaring action just with simple practice and little bit of analytical knowledge and by using the FREE calculator available in my web site www.smartfinance.in

on 2009 i have felt the need to modify this calculator and used the single price point for decession process. This chnage has produced very good result for intraday trade decission. please read the manual associted with it in the Intraday Gann calculator page to know more about the use.

Conclusion: this Gann’s calculator is a mathematical application. It is being developed using the price to price squaring action of Gann’s method. It is my advice to all the traders/ investors to treat this application as an informative and educational tool.

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Soumya Ranjan Panda

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Disclaimer: The information or data contained in this document is neither guarantees not offers any recommendation to buy or sell any security. The mathematical simulation process used in the Gann calculator or explained in this article does not offer any recommendation to buy or sell any security. The author or the publisher or the developer of this application does not responsible for any kind of trading loss incur by the trader or the investor by the use of this application.



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The website development or software development industry in Canada comprises of companies providing the production and maintenance of software. Varied software services like Offshore Software Development, Web Development, Internet Marketing, Search Engine Optimization, SEO, SEM, Pay Per Click, PPC, Web Development, Software Development, Domain Registration, Website Hosting, Email Branding, etc are provided by these software companies in Canada.

At present, the IT industry in Canada is growing rapidly and also offers software companies a wider scope for product development. A vast pool of opportunities is open for IT professionals with well-paid jobs making the IT sector the most preferable field for career development.

In spite of the present economy crisis, Canada’s software industry is facing tremendous upturn and growing rapidly. Canada’s progress in the IT field is remarkable as numerous software companies are emerging providing impeccable services to businesses.

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Calendar Effect In The Stock Market


We all follow the calendar in planning our future so do the markets and so do many economic and business trends. Companies report their earnings quarterly. Tax is collected at the end of the year. Companies close their books for tax purposes at the end of the year. Investors are also evaluated quarterly.

Retail sales follow the holiday season. Demand for commodities follows the growing season. Demand for fuel follows the weather. Keep these three calendar effects; The January Effect, The Monday Effect and The October Effect in mind when you trade stocks.

So what is the January Effect after all. Is it real and why does it repeat itself every year.January Effect has been observed for the last many decades. It has something to do with the taxes and holiday. Every year, at the end of the year we have file for our taxes. So stock investors tend to liquidate their positions in the last week of December before filing for their taxes. They then reopen their positions in January. So massive selling in December makes the stocks cheap and every year their is a January Rally.

It may also be due to the fact that at the beginning of a New Year, people are flush with excitement and hope for the New Year that just started. They want the market to go up, so they go and buy securities and put their money to work for the rest of the year.

If the stocks go up in January, you could take a jump by buying in December. That would make stock prices go up in December and if they go up in December, you could buy in November. This is precisely what people started to do and now you will see a very weak January Effect taking place.

In an efficient market, these price anomalies are spotted by the people and then they trade on them until they disappear. Now some years January Effect can be really pronounced and other years it can be weak. Just use this January Effect to understand the market psychology not as a hard and fast trading rule.

Monday Effect: Monday is a bad day for the markets! People are not happy going back to work after the weekend. Second people spend the weekend analyzing bad news from the past week and just sell when they get back to the office.

The October Effect: Stock market had two great crashes one in October 1929 and the other in October 1987. Due to these two great crashes traders believe that bad things happen in October. Nobody knows why it happened in October but it happen so the October Effect. Tech bubble in NASDAQ market burst in March 2000, so you never know which month is bad!




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Stock Market Analysis

The return that a stock can provide is often predicted with the help of technical analysis. Stock market trading tips are based on technical analysis of various parameters.

Stock market analysis is science of examining stock data and predicting their future moves on the stock market. Investors who use this style of analysis are often unconcerned about the nature or value of the companies they trade stocks in. Their holdings are usually short-term – once their projected profit is reached they drop the stock.

The basis for stock market analysis is the belief that stock prices move in predictable patterns. All the factors that influence price movement – company performance, the general state of the economy, natural disasters – are supposedly reflected in the stock market with great efficiency. This efficiency, coupled with historical trends produces movements that can be analyzed and applied to future stock market movements.

Stock market analysis is not intended for long-term investments because fundamental information concerning a company’s potential for growth is not taken into account. Trades must be entered and exited at precise times, so technical analysts need to spend a great deal of time watching market movements. Most stock tips and recommendations are based on stock analysis methods.

Investors can take advantage of these stock analysis methods to track both upswings and downswings in price by deciding whether to go long or short on their portfolios. Stop-loss orders limit losses in the event that the market does not move as expected.

There are many tools available for stock market technical analysis. Hundreds of stock patterns have been developed over time. Most of them, however, rely on the basic stock analysis methods of ‘support’ and ‘resistance’. Support is the level that downward prices are expected to rise from, and Resistance is the level that upward prices are expected to reach before falling again. In other words, prices tend to bounce once they have hit support or resistance levels.

Stock Analysis Charts & Patterns

Stock market analysisrelies heavily on charts for tracking market movements. Bar charts are the most commonly used. They consist of vertical bars representing a particular time period – weekly, daily, hourly, or even by the minute. The top of each bar shows the highest price for the period, the bottom is the lowest price, and the small bar to the right is the opening price and the small bar to the left is the closing price. A great deal of information can be seen in glancing at bar charts. Long bars indicate a large price spread and the position of the side bars shows whether the price rose or dropped and also the spread between opening and closing prices.

A variation on the bar chart is the candlestick chart. These charts use solid bodies to indicate the variation between opening and closing prices and the lines (shadows) that extend above and below the body indicate the highest and lowest prices respectively. Candlestick bodies are coloured black or red if the closing price was lower than the previous period or white or green if the price closed higher. Candlesticks form various shapes that can indicate market movement. A green body with short shadows is bullish – the stock opened near its low and closed near its high. Conversely, a red body with short shadows is bearish – the stock opened near the high and closed near the low. These are only two of the more than 20 patterns that can be formed by candlesticks.

When glancing at charts the untrained eye may simply see random movements from one day to the next. Trained analysts, however, see patterns that are used to predict future movements of stock prices. There are hundreds of different indicators and patterns that can be applied. There is no one single reliable indicator, but these stock analysis methods when taken into consideration with others, investors can be quite successful in predicting price movements.

One of the most popular patterns is Cup and Handle. Prices start out relatively high then dip and come back up (the cup). They finally level out for a period (handle) before making a breakout – a sudden rise in price. Investors who buy on the handle can make good profits.

Another popular pattern is Head and Shoulders. This is formed by a peak (first shoulder) followed by a dip and then a higher peak (the head) followed again by a dip and a rise (the second shoulder). This is taken to be a bearish pattern with prices to fall substantially after the second shoulder.

Other Stock Market Analysis Methods

Moving Average – The most popular indicator is the moving average. This shows the average price over a period of time. For a 30 day moving average you add the closing prices for each of the 30 days and divide by 30. The most common averages are 20, 30, 50, 100, and 200 days. Longer time spans are less affected by daily price fluctuations. A moving average is plotted as a line on a graph of price changes. When prices fall below the moving average they have a tendency to keep on falling. Conversely, when prices rise above the moving average they tend to keep on rising.

Relative Strength Index (RSI) – This indicator compares the number of days a stock finishes up with the number of days it finishes down. It is calculated for a certain time span – usually between 9 and 15 days. The average number of up days is divided by the average number of down days. This number is added to one and the result is used to divide 100. This number is subtracted from 100. The RSI has a range between 0 and 100. A RSI of 70 or above can indicate a stock which is overbought and due for a fall in price. When the RSI falls below 30 the stock may be oversold and is a good time to buy. These numbers are not absolute – they can vary depending on whether the market is bullish or bearish. RSI charted over longer periods tend to show less extremes of movement. Looking at historical charts over a period of a year or so can give a good indicator of how a stock price moves in relation to its RSI.

Money Flow Index (MFI) – The RSI is calculated by following stock prices, but the Money Flow Index (MFI) takes into account the number of shares traded as well as the price. The range is from 0 to 100 and just like the RSI, an MFI of 70 is an indicator to sell and an MFI of 30 is an indicator to buy. Also like the RSI, when charted over longer periods of time the MFI can be more accurate as an indicator.

Bollinger Bands – This indicator is plotted as a grouping of 3 lines. The upper and lower lines are plotted according to market volatility. When the market is volatile the space between these lines widens and during times of less volatility the lines come closer together. The middle line is the simple moving average between the two outer lines (bands). As prices move closer to the lower band the stronger the indication is that the stock is oversold – the price should soon rise. As prices rise to the higher band the stock becomes more overbought meaning prices should fall. Bollinger bands are often used by investors to confirm other indicators. The wise technical analyst will always use a number of indicators before making a decision to trade a particular stock.



Source by H. Crowell

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