Do simple trading strategies really work in Indian Markets? This curiosity in me raised again, after looking into a simple backtest buy at today’s close and sell at next day open which produced phenomenal returns of whopping 568% since 1993 in SPDR S&P 500 ETF (US Market). How about doing similar BTST strategy in Nifty Futures?
Dow Theory is one of the most important trend following theories ever. As market evolved, the concepts of Technical analysis became more elaborated and complex, most essential foundation was forgotten in the Market literature.Even with much complexity nothing beats the Dow Theory on odds and logic. It’s around for over 100 years and still important as it is, even today
Trade Exit strategies are more complex in nature as compared to Trade In Strategies. It involves different types of analysis i.e Technical Based, Fundamental based& Quantitative based.
We read and follow countless trading strategies for day trading, position and many more.You find trading strategies for break out, momentum and trend following trading strategies or procedures.We have Bollinger band or Rsi based strategies and MA cross over or candlestick strategies and tutorials available in youtube for future or stock trading.Inspite of all these strategies we fear to trade or if we do trade,we end up in loss.
It is a well known fact that most intraday traders don’t make money in the market. One day they book a profit but the very next day they incur a loss because either the market goes into correction or because they had made a wrong buy to start with.