Insiders are bullish when market is bearish, in these 2 stocks
by Jayesh Bhanushali December 16, 2017 08:30 IST
Insider trade is an important parameter tracked to gauge a stock’s performance. It becomes a critical factor especially when the promoters of the company indulge in either buying or selling the stock in the market. On tracking this factor, two stocks managed to stand out in our analysis wherein the promoters have been acquiring shares on a regular basis since last two months.
Which is your trading time-frame?
by Jayesh Bhanushali November 18, 2017 08:40 IST
Timeframes are an extremely significant component that a trader is required to focus on. Traders are broadly classified based on the timeframe they trade in .The trading strategy of a trader is also interlinked to the timeframe in which he trades.
Options: What is ATM, ITM, OTM?
by Jayesh Bhanushali November 07, 2017 12:38 IST
The difference between underlying securities current spot price and strike price represents the profit/loss that the trader makes upon sale or exercise of the option.
Markets at life-time high: A technique that traders should not miss out
by Jayesh Bhanushali October 19, 2017 09:30 IST
Higher top higher bottom or lower top lower bottom is the most significant principle of Dow Theory. In lay-man terms it says that you should never exit your long positions in an underline asset if the asset is making higher highs with higher lows in a bull market or vice-versa.
What’s in the name?
by Jayesh Bhanushali October 13, 2017 09:11 IST
Investors tend to build a preconceived notion that since Tata Teleservices is from such a well know organization it is safe to place their bets on this stock.
Dividend yielding stock
by Jayesh Bhanushali September 27, 2017 12:23 IST
Dividend yield is an annual return that the stock pays in the form of dividends. The dividend yield is calculated by dividing dividend per share by the current market price.
Decoding Derivative Rollovers in stock market
by Jayesh Bhanushali July 12, 2017 10:18 IST
Rollover is carrying forward a particular month’s futures positions to the next month. This is done by closing the existing futures position of the current month and simultaneously taking a similar position in the subsequent series.
How to manage your risk while trading?
by Jayesh Bhanushali July 06, 2017 14:10 IST
Exit a trade as soon as you recognize that it has gone wrong. Don’t try to manage the losses. Many floor traders believe the smartest trader is the first one out. Do the exact opposite when you are on the winning side of the trade.