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%).
Fibonacci Retracements (or Fib Retracements) are an important tool in any trader’s arsenal. It is usually drawn by by using a Fibonacci Retracement tool (available in most TA software including Investar). When you drag the Fib Retracement tool from the latest swing high (or low) to the latest swing low (or high) as shown below, […]
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.
We are pleased to announce a new release of Investar Beta 6.3.
In our previous blog post, we learnt how Price Action Strategy is one of the popular Swing Trading Strategies. We have already seen how to read price action, types of price action trading strategies (techniques) along with their benefits and drawbacks under Price Action Trading Strategies. Let us now deep-dive and see some profitable, and […]
Today, we’ll learn about inverted yield curve, and how it predicts recession. There is no any foolproof formula as such that helps to predict the future path of the economy or recessions in particular. However, one can safely state that one indicator does predict the recession more or less accurately, and that is the inverted […]
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.
In our earlier blog post, we learnt how there may be a possible end to the bull run in Indian stock market, due to reasons including global macroeconomic factors. In today’s blog post, we will try to understand why and how the US inflation affects the Indian stock market.
In previous blog post, we learnt what is Enterprise Value (EV), EV-to-EBITDA ratio and how it is used by investors who want to compare two companies in same sector.
We are pleased to announce a new release of Investar (Version 6.3), now available with Classical Patterns in charts and custom scans (with the Auto-Classical Patterns addon) and many other features/bug fixes: