I just bought 1 share as capital is very much limited.
Somehow not able to find right exit strategy,couple of times after I exited, the stock zoomed 5-10% next session.
Still holding on to HUL which was bought when it had gone below 2000, looking for target of 2200
for intraday trading in index futures,
i) should we set pre-defined targets (like 30-40 points) in mind before getting into trade?
ii) once trade is going in the right direction should we keep trailing and let market decide how much to give?
I have created an account in Virtual stocks in ICICI Direct. Using this platform we can trade F&O using virtual cash.
Started intraday trades for Nifty Futures (so far discretionary) for learning purpose. I want to trade in this Virtual account for atleast 1 year to learn and understand how...
I have done all kind of mistakes which a normal retail investor would ideally do and lost a lot of money. Lost good amount of money in Yes Bank (which was the biggest mistake I have ever done. A mistake without which life would have been great. But, that is how life is. It has been great...
Today I had Colgate in my watchlist for trade, but never took the trade. There is something which resists me to think stock will not move
5 mins chart for today
Either I get too early into trade or I just don't take the trade at all once it starts going up. Not sure how to come...
My Avg in Asian Paints is around 1623 and HUL 1993.
2 Fear factors in mind which is affecting in the way I trade
i) I always get the feeling once I exit stock rallies
ii) I always keep holding of shares which are in loss (though off late I have strictly started keeping SL). By some time I hope I...
@sanju005ind sir, couple of questions regarding yesterdays trade
i) was first entry taken on the bar which had a wick or it was taken on the next bar?
ii) once first add on trade was taken, was ISL brought up to cost?
For swing trade, what should be the target we should look for booking profits.
Luckily picked up few at 1910, though my avg now stands at 1990. I generally either get out at cost or keep holding them in losses. Trying very hard to overcome this behavior