A great reminder against over analysis, and useless thinking process involving should / would / could have type of thinking.
By Nifty Nirvana Blogger Smart Trader (Niranjanam)
Excerpt from The disciplined Trader by Mark Douglas
1. Refusing to define a loss.
2. Not exiting a losing trade, even after you acknowledge the trades potential is greatly diminished.
3. Getting locked into a specific opinion or...
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Besides the well known rules for trading (Trade with the trend, Cut your losses, let profits run, etc.) these are the principals not much discussed, but that will improve trading :
1. Be rigid with rules, flexible with targets.
2. Focus on opportunities that provide an edge.
Please answer this query pertaining to the rules and guidelines of SEBI and govt of INDIA.
Here is the idea and details behind the plan:
I want to start a company which would invest in stock markets with my capital as well as capital from my relatives.
The amount would be...