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afin

Rocky Mountain Doomsday Guy
no one believed any scam is going on as stock market was going higher and higher. people will always be gullible to scams.
thats the central rationale of scams :) that no one sees them coming and when they hit, it will be a tsunami of sorts!
 

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afin

Rocky Mountain Doomsday Guy
Note that the investors have always been the gullible ones who lost their monies due to external factors waiting for their monies to mature over an ultra longish time frame. In India, they have been so far taken for a big ride.

The following is a comprehensive read. Seems very well researched too.

https://www.livemint.com/money/pers...ators-have-cost-you-money-11575175049203.html

Investors’ Loss: This is the first of a four-part series on the Indian investor who has always paid for lax regulations, misuse, fraud, mis-selling and poor corporate governance of the financial sector. The series maps why Indian investors have lost money in products they buy from the regulated part of the market and the regulatory risks they face.

 
Note that the investors have always been the gullible ones who lost their monies due to external factors waiting for their monies to mature over an ultra longish time frame. In India, they have been so far taken for a big ride.

The following is a comprehensive read. Seems very well researched too.

https://www.livemint.com/money/pers...ators-have-cost-you-money-11575175049203.html

Investors’ Loss: This is the first of a four-part series on the Indian investor who has always paid for lax regulations, misuse, fraud, mis-selling and poor corporate governance of the financial sector. The series maps why Indian investors have lost money in products they buy from the regulated part of the market and the regulatory risks they face.

now scams are coming to broking companies. traders and investors are struggling to make money and now scams are coming to broking companies its really disappointing.
 

afin

Rocky Mountain Doomsday Guy
Some people have asked me why I use VWAP. I picked up the importance of it from investopedia:

Importance of Volume Weighted Average Price (VWAP) for traders and analysts

https://www.investopedia.com/ask/an...price-vwap-important-traders-and-analysts.asp

There is a natural selling pressure when a stock is trying to break above or below the VWAP. When a stock or the market tries to break above or below the VWAP line or a VWAP cross, there is usually a battle between buyers and sellers. If a stock tries to break above or below the VWAP level multiple times throughout the day, traders and analysts can see that it is a good price to either buy or sell. However, some short-term traders like to wait for one side to lose the battle and either go long on a break above the VWAP or short on a break below the VWAP.

The VWAP can also help traders and analysts gain insight into where the momentum is at a specific time frame. For example, assume a trader was short a stock because there was constant selling pressure and the stock failed to break above the VWAP multiple times. If the stock reverses and has a clean breakout above the VWAP, the trader should look to cover his or her short because he or she may be on the wrong side of the trade; the momentum has shifted to the buy side because the sellers have let up.
 

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