Friday, September 12, 2014
Thursday, September 11, 2014
Tuesday, September 9, 2014
I've been showing you the leaders on various screens. What are the stocks doing on the other side? For example, if we arrange the screen A stocks according to the top losers then here is what we get:
Now let's look at the charts of the top gainer - Mahindra Ugin and the top loser - Core Education:
So filtering out the leaders and then selecting stocks from them automatically puts you on a solid start.
Let's take one more example at random: Winner = Sonata Software; Loser = JP Associates:
Monday, September 8, 2014
Sunday, September 7, 2014
Friday, September 5, 2014
Thursday, September 4, 2014
These were my picks in the 2nd week of August. One way to trade these picks is use an equal amount per stock - for example enter in all 5 stocks with say 5000/- on each stock. Now check how these are doing after say 2 weeks. The ones which are not doing good, get rid of them. Increase exposure in the ones which are doing good. Here for example I would close Prism cement and double my exposure in Gabriel. Similarly, I would close HCL Insys and buy more of Voltas. The trick is to add to your winners - also known as pyramiding. BTW, people do exactly the opposite! - they add to the losers thinking that they will be able to average out the cost but sadly the stock further goes down! Now what? Add more to the losers? So instead of this, you should add to the winners.