This is a Guest Post Submitted by Mr Ankit Jaiswal – Knowledge Associate at Elearnmarkets.com Trading Strategies using RSI Indicator Relative Strength Index (RSI) is a momentum oscillator, developed by J. Welles Wilder, which measures the speed and velocity of price movement of trading instruments (stocks, commodity futures, bonds, forex etc.) over a specified period […]
The two primary method to analyse securities in the stock market is through Fundamental Analysis and Technical Analysis. Fundamental analysis is studying of the financial statement of the companies to determine the value of the company using various forecasting methods to conclude which is the right price to enter a particular stock. Technical analysis people […]
BETA TOO HAS SHORTCOMINGS BETA AS REAR VIEW MIRROR Beta is a rear view mirror and does not predict the future. Past price movements are a very poor predictor of future. Most of the traders are over dependent on the beta for their single stock analysis. When you are investing in a single stock […]
Index Trading or Options Trading one should be prepared to make losses. Even in non-directional options strategy, there is a probability that you make a loss. Trading is risky and loss is inevitable.
Not knowing what you are doing risk is imminent and unavoidable. Many don’t know the risk persists. Unless they experience it. Most investor neither use fundamental analysis nor use technical analysis to trade. This is the risk.
11 Rules of Trading Most Successful Trader Follow Traders have an advantage over the investors they not only earn in a bullish market but they also earn in a flat or down market.