In a Bull Market, new stocks break out on high Volume every day. One of the challenges of a breakout trader is find the best BreakoutStocks to buy because they go up so fast that often it is hard to get a low-risk entry.
Volume is one of the simplest indicators in Technical Analysis but when used properly it is also one of the most powerful confirmatory indicators out there. It’s all the more important in the current market. In this thread, we’ll take a detailed look at volume with examples.
Many traders ask me how to trade volume breakout stocks profitably. Not all breakouts succeed in the Stock Market. So, how does one get into good breakout stocks? Here’s a thread explaining how I filter out good stocks with reference to RCF that I posted on Twitter on 23rd Nov 2022 (up 12%).
Volatility Contraction Pattern is popularized by Mark Minervini, who is a two times US Investing Champion. Last year he won the championship with a record-beating 300+% in the year. He primarily uses VCP for his trading setups. It is a twist on the ascending triangle pattern with some variation.
Swing Trading is all about minimum risk, maximum profit, and that too, in short time. Sounds exciting, right? In this blog post, we will learn what exactly is Swing trading, the three key elements of Swing trading setup, and the popular Swing trading strategies.
Last week, Nifty gave an emphatic Supertrend Sell signal on a weekly chart after it closed at 16658, well below the Supertrend value of 16948. As we described in this youtube webinar and this blog post, this was the first Sell signal after the Supertrend Buy signal that it gave in the week of 10th […]
In this blog post, we will learn about one indicator that has correctly predicted the start of the long term Bull Market from May 2020. It just gave a sell signal in the NASDAQ in the week ending 21st Jan, 2022. Will it do that for Nifty too and help predict a market crash? Find […]
Ascending and Descending Triangle Chart Patterns are an important tool in any Technical Analyst’s arsenal. They are generally continuation patterns that happen during a prior existing trend.
Money Flow Index (MFI) is an oscillator that uses price and volume to quantify buying and selling pressure. It uses a formula similar to RSI and hence it is also called as volume-weighted RSI. The formula uses the typical price of a stock and its volume to calculate the positive money flow and negative money […]
In this post, we will analyse the Nifty and find out if this is a Bear Market and even a start of a possible recession.