Swing and Intraday Options trading thread

#33
should mention , there were 2-3 times huge drawdowns

1) 7.5 lacs

2)9 lacs

3) 3-4 lacs

recovered all :), net 33 lacs profit
so DDs of 57%, 69%, 25% for over all gain of 250% before tax, 200% nett

Very interesting equity curve :thumb:


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princy01

Well-Known Member
#34
so DDs of 57%, 69%, 25% for over all gain of 250% before tax, 200% nett

Very interesting equity curve :thumb:


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no i made consistent money first then out of profits i lost all these drawdowns , so i was never in negative overall , all loss was from profits only

i am not really all these language mumbo jumbo guy , i dont know alfa ,beta gamma ,theta ,vega , so i might have misunderstood drawdown meaning also , pardon my lack of knowledge of words to be used properly
 

TraderRavi

MM is the holy grail
#35
no i made consistent money first then out of profits i lost all these drawdowns , so i was never in negative overall , all loss was from profits only

i am not really all these language mumbo jumbo guy , i dont know alfa ,beta gamma ,theta ,vega , so i might have misunderstood drawdown meaning also , pardon my lack of knowledge of words to be used properly
drawdown means losses from top of equity curve , so you are correct in your earlier post.
 
#36
no i made consistent money first then out of profits i lost all these drawdowns , so i was never in negative overall , all loss was from profits only

i am not really all these language mumbo jumbo guy , i dont know alfa ,beta gamma ,theta ,vega , so i might have misunderstood drawdown meaning also , pardon my lack of knowledge of words to be used properly
OK, so forget about draw down % . . . gains of 200% after tax on capital deployed sahi hai :thumb:


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TraderRavi

MM is the holy grail
#40
princy did you recovered all what you lost in previous 7 years
 

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