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  1. suri112000

    Day Traders Lounge.

    I am not disturbed. I learnt this from trading.:D Shortly i am embarking on full time trading with a big capital base. You would see me again when i make it big and consistent. Till then i wish you all the best.
  2. suri112000

    Day Traders Lounge.

    The issue started when I posted a YouTube video. I had no intention of making money by promoting the video. The issue took its own twist as someone claimed it is done with some interest in it. If every thing is done for the sake of money there are people to whom we owe big collectively...
  3. suri112000

    Day Traders Lounge.

    The issue is not of patriotism but money for doing work. As of now, there is a shortage of 12000 officers in Army. Given a choice between a civilian post and army, all of them choose civilian post. When the civilian posts are filled, the spill over opt for Army as a last resort. Unless we...
  4. suri112000

    Day Traders Lounge.

    Doing everything for money is not understood by me. Even the governments borrowed this type of bargains when deciding the pay structure. What is the cost of this or that? Has the society become so much commercial that each and everything charged? Since I am veteran, I would repeat one...
  5. suri112000

    General Trading Chat

    95% loose and 5% win is the dictum. These 5% slots are always shuffled by 95%. Hence, any trader in 5% slots cannot guarantee a permanent place there. He will probably get replaced by someone who is originally in 95% slot and the process goes on. Hence, there will be 5% winners always but...
  6. suri112000

    General Trading Chat

    Yes ST. I agree with you. One need to adopt trading to his own comfortable zone. For Gujral, a 10% stop can be tolerable and so his quantum of profits. But for many it is not. Recently I met a dubba trader. When I told him that I try to make Rs.5 K to Rs.10K everyday trading, he just...
  7. suri112000

    General Trading Chat

    Have you seen the video in full? I find one interesting statement by that trader. Dete samai unguli do..... Lete samai haath lelo. Is it not brilliant if we could do it in our trading?
  8. suri112000

    General Trading Chat

    This fellow turned Rs.2 lakhs into Rs.32 lakhs in 6 months.
  9. suri112000

    General Trading Chat

    I happend to discuss NPA issue of the banks with junior level officer of a bank. This officer happens to recommend loans upto Rs.1 crore. I asked him what happens to you if the loan recommended by you becomes NPA. He said he would be suspended until it is resolved. I asked how many such...
  10. suri112000

    General Trading Chat

    The next step is ........ Traders should not short. Traders should not buy multiple lots. Traders should punch in their Aadhar number when placing a trade. Traders should not forget their PAN when trading. Traders should use the strategies sold by SEBI, NSE and BSE. Traders should pass dubba...
  11. suri112000

    General Trading Chat

    Change is imminent. But the change should not drag. If it drags, then the initiator has to bear the trash. This is what BJP is experiencing now. BJP failed in demonetisation. Sofar it has not given any satisfactory explanation to the people for the ordeal they have faced during...
  12. suri112000

    General Trading Chat

    The move is to flush out retailers and laying a red carpet for HNIs and or mutual funds. It seems we may see even bearish MFs which take the benefit when market crashes. Now, the boys who dream of becoming a crorepathi overnight are getting shattered.:p
  13. suri112000

    Day Trading Stocks & Futures

    Let the price of ball be x cents. Then the price of bat is x + $1. The price of both combindly is x + x + 1$ = 2x + $1 = 1.10 Hence 2x = $1.10 - $1 = 0.10 therefore x = 0.05 So, ball costs =0.05 and bat costs $1.05. The difference is $1.00
  14. suri112000

    Trading with Emotions

    When we want to talk about our brain, it is prudent to say there are two brains. One is intuition and the other is deliberate. We do our daily chores out of intuition. Infact, the decisions taken by intuition in our life are almost correct and accurate. When a problem is encountered, the...
  15. suri112000

    Day Trading Stocks & Futures

    The correct answers are 5 cents and 5 minutes. Pause for a moment and think back to when you were answering the questions (before you knew the correct answers). In the fi rst question, did 10 cents pop into your mind almost immediately? If it did enter your mind quickly, did you simply and...
  16. suri112000

    Day Trading Stocks & Futures

    Yes you are right. But the book i am reading is that of Gary Dayton, doctorate in psychology. He has used Daniel Kahneman's questions to explain Mind Blocks which cause trading errors or failure.
  17. suri112000

    Day Trading Stocks & Futures

    I have been reading a wonderful book on trading psychology. Answer these questions. 1. A bat and a ball cost $1.10 in total. The bat costs $1.00 more than the ball. How much does the ball cost? _____ cents 2. If it takes 5 machines to make 5 widgets in 5 minutes, how long would it take 100...
  18. suri112000

    Trading with Emotions

    Have you experienced any or some of the following :- ■ Cut winning trades short even though you know your trade setup is solid. ■ Failed to pull the trigger on a perfectly good trade because of fear of loss. ■ Let losing trades run hoping for a return to breakeven. ■ Added to a losing position...
  19. suri112000

    Day Trading Stocks & Futures

    Not only you are right, but also you selected correct instrument ie selling PE. This has two edges. It makes money whether it makes a move or not. What a beauty!
  20. suri112000

    General Trading Chat

    Rs.2500 crore worth of fighter jet is handled by a pilot who draws just Rs.1 lakh. Pilot error is enough to turn Rs.2500 crore into thin air. This was the logic used by fighter pilots to ask for a good raise in their pay. Now, the time of bank managers to ask for a big raise in their pay...