Markets are complex to understand. We teach how to understand markets in a better way, will bring thinking ability in you to trade independently in dynamic complex trading environments. The Program will provide the right framework and concepts to equip you with clarity for your intraday and short term trading journey to understand and trade any market conditions and trade asset class (stocks, commodities, index futures and options).
A common claim from economic and stock market observers is that a rising trade deficit is injurious to the economy — hence, bearish for stocks. On the other hand, a falling trade deficit is commonly believed to be bullish for stocks.
Learn the nuances of trading/investing strategies, the art of chart reading and picking up high probability trades. It is an educational workshop for active traders focused on how to pick low-risk, high potential entry points for your trade.
Do simple Trading strategies really work in Indian Markets? It is the curiosity remains among most of the traders. Does a simple technical condition bring consistent returns in the markets despite commissions and slippages?
Volume is the key to bifurcate whether an intraday pattern is strong or a failed breakout. Here is a tutorial which uses market profile and order-flow to understand the context behind the intraday failed breakout.
Nifty Futures quick flip system ended positively with an extreme sentiment which brings the odds of possible short term correction. Nifty Futures went one way in the second half of the trading session rallying almost 180 points from the noon low.
Back in December, we wrote an article titled “Interest Rates Win Again as Fed Follows Market.”. In the piece, we noted that while most experts believe that central banks set interest rates, it’s actually the other way around—the market leads, and the Fed follows.
Here is a community webinar where we discussed how one can get a combined equity curve and drawdown for a multi-system. And how one can plot the actual drawdown in terms of value rather than a percentage based drawdown.
If you recently heard about the term Yield Curve Inversion in TV channels, News or Social Media probably the analyst/journalist are referring to US Treasury Bond Yields. US Treasury Bond Yields are issued by the US government.
Here is the historical PE-Ratio of Bank Nifty. This time there is a hockey stick growth in the banking index which is up by 10.42% during the month of March 2019 alone. In fact, touched the magical round number levels of 30,000 during intraday on 22nd March.
Thats Gold monthly timeframe showing consolidation in the band of 1050-1350 for the last 5 years. Monthly ADX is maintaining below 20 since the year 2017 that shows the dullness in the trend at the broader level.
The pinhole puncture in the global “Fintech” bubble keeps growing, despite drastic attempts to seal it shut. The most recent and radical attempt occurred on February 18, when BaFin, Germany’s financial regulator, issued a temporary short-selling ban in Wirecard after its shares plunged 40% in less than three weeks. Wrote one news source, “Germany bans speculative attacks on Wirecard stock”, as if those shorting the market were wielding pitch forks and lobbing actual threats against the stock’s upside.