List of Trading System / Methods

vssoma

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to view the post # 2---go to "First" page. you can find that post.
to view post # 37---go to page no : 4.
you may find these page no's at right side of first & last post in any page.
dear,
no need that much clicks....click the arrow button placed beside of the page numbers, just type the page number where you want to go then hit the go button....

 
to view the post # 2---go to "First" page. you can find that post.
to view post # 37---go to page no : 4.
you may find these page no's at right side of first & last post in any page.
Thankq, you very much I have figured it out...but Most of the info on guided path was missing :( ...I am figuring out on where can I find the link ..
 
Separate your research in 3 parts:

* Fundamentals of the company
* Valuations of the company
* Current trend (includes news flow)

Fundamentals of the company

Find companies with consistent revenue growth and consistent net profit growth. Make sure that profit margins are now low. Stay away from companies that have made a loss even in 1 qtr. Stay away from companies that are paying too much interest at finance cost.

If a profit loss statement confuses you then find one with a cleaner PL statement.

Valuations of the company

Simplest thing to check is the company's PE is less than or near its peers in the sector. Check if the company has a good dividend yield record wit DY greater than 1%.

Current trend (includes news flow)

Check for news about a company. Make sure there is no negative news flow. Check if the sector is having a positive news flow. See what kind of price move a company has made recently. Check if the company trading above or below its 30 or 50 DMA.

These are some basic things anyone can quickly check for a given company. Thing is you might have to do this for many many companies for find your favorite one. Just keep digging ... one company at a time.
 
Separate your research in 3 parts:

* Fundamentals of the company
* Valuations of the company
* Current trend (includes news flow)

Fundamentals of the company

Find companies with consistent revenue growth and consistent net profit growth. Make sure that profit margins are now low. Stay away from companies that have made a loss even in 1 qtr. Stay away from companies that are paying too much interest at finance cost.

If a profit loss statement confuses you then find one with a cleaner PL statement.

Valuations of the company

Simplest thing to check is the company's PE is less than or near its peers in the sector. Check if the company has a good dividend yield record wit DY greater than 1%.

Current trend (includes news flow)

Check for news about a company. Make sure there is no negative news flow. Check if the sector is having a positive news flow. See what kind of price move a company has made recently. Check if the company trading above or below its 30 or 50 DMA.

These are some basic things anyone can quickly check for a given company. Thing is you might have to do this for many many companies for find your favorite one. Just keep digging ... one company at a time.
This information is really helpful and i would like to add that we should also check the technical analysis by looking at the trading charts before investing in any venture.
 
As per the first post on his thread satyajit uses the trend lines to trade long terms as well as intraday trades. So we can consider this method in both cases
 

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