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Learn Warren Buffett Investing Style Page 2

This is continued from page 1 Learn Warren Buffett Investing Style. Please also read the first page of Learn Warren Buffett Investing Style.

Its Long Term Investment Not Short Term

This is where a lot of traders lose patience. They buy stock with a long term view but after one month when they see a profit of even 5% they exit happily. This is known as change of plan for a short term profit.

After a few days they see the stock has gone up further then they rue their decision to sell at a small profit, so they buy it again only to see the stock going down, then of course they sell it. Time waits for none so over the long term they see they are making no profits either in their derivative trading or stock investing.

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Learn Warren Buffett Investing Style

Robert G. Hagstrom in 1999 wrote a book on legendary investor Warren Buffett. The book was titled “The Warren Buffett Portfolio.”

This book explains how the Warren Buffett used to pick stocks to buy and when. You will learn about “Focus Investing” too. Focus investing is study of management, how they work and the companies’ financial position compared with other companies in the same business and most importantly their stock price. If the economics of the company is strong he believed it will bring great returns. Once this stock is discovered to invest he called it a stock with great Stock Moat.

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Second Stop Will Ask For Extra Margin

A lot of traders get confused on what kinds of stop loss orders to take. Experienced traders put limit orders and watch the markets while new traders watch the markets and take normal stop loss when they see the stock is moving against their trade.
When things can be automated we should automate the process of stop loss orders. This is the Stop Loss Limit Orders. Once the trade is taken a trader can decide where to take a stop loss and keep that order in the system.

If the stock comes near it and breaks the level, the stop loss limit order gets triggered.

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No Plan Trading Is A Huge Mistake In Stock Investing

After impulsive trading and intraday trading the biggest mistake traders commit is a no plan in trading. Learn why planning is important in trading.

This series in continuation to the mistake traders to while trading or investing in stock markets.

No Plan In Trading:

After impulsive trading and intraday trading one of the biggest mistake traders do is no plan in trading. Traders trade just to make money, when you ask them how much they want to make in that trade, they fail to answer that question. When you ask them where you will take a loss, again they say they do not know, but then if pressured they will say they are absolutely sure that they will make a profit. This is am amazing traders psychology that ever experts fail to understand.

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Mistakes In Stock Investing And Trading

Learn about common mistakes traders do while trading or investing in stock markets, options or futures trading. I have already emphasized a lot of times common mistakes stock investors and traders do while investing in stocks markets. However these are some very common and basic mistakes investors do:

1. Impulsive Trading:

This is the most common mistake traders do. For example today Nifty is falling. I can assure that Puts will be bought today more than Calls.

NSE 3-Feb-2017 at 11.19 am

NSE 3-Feb-2017 at 11.19 am

Impulsive trading or investing is just like impulsive buying. Both are waste of money and time.

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Do Not Trade VIX Future Tomorrow

I got an email just now from one of my email subscribers:

Dear Dilip,

Can We trade in VIX future at the day of budget?
As it is obvious that VIX will fall after budget is out.
Is it feasible to sell FEB VIX FUT ? Please guide on the same.

Many thanks in advance.

I replied with this:

In India there is very less liquidity in VIX future trading.

WARNING: Even if you find some liquidity there PLEASE DO NOT TRADE.

VIX future size is very big.

The intention to start VIX future trading was for HNIs and institutional investors, not retail traders.

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2017 Budget Tomorrow What To Trade

This email was sent to my newsletter subscribers on 30-Jan-2017:

This is very important message which I think i should share with all of you. It is my duty.

This is the time a lot of traders will start buying calls or puts in the hope the stock markets will move rapidly on Feb 1 2017, and Feb 2 2017, due to the budget announcement on Feb 1, 2017 instead of end of Feb every year as a usual practice.

Agreed the markets will move but there is no guarantee of who will make money.

If it goes up, call buyers will make money.
If it goes down, put buyers will make money.

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8000 Is A Big Support For Nifty Comes True

Today I am very busy finishing writing for How To Invest Well And Retire Peacefully. Some people have paid and I have promised them that I will finish writing the eBook by this Saturday. If you are one of those who paid and by chance did not read my email please note that I will send the eBook this Saturday or maximum by Sunday. I cannot give you trash. I have to give you the best of the knowledge as much as possible. I hope you understand that it takes time to write a thing like that. I cannot spoil my name for some money. For me honesty is more important than anything else.

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How Is Swing Trading Done

Read how swing trading is done and types of swing traders.

What is Swing Trading

A lot of people get confused when they are told about Swing Trading. Lot of them assume that Swing Trading is same as Day or Intraday Trading.

Most of the positional naked traders especially Future traders are swing traders. It is important to note that they themselves do not know that they are Swing Traders.

In technical terms even day traders are Swing Traders, but Intraday trading is based purely on small moves so it cannot fall under proper Swing Trading.

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Difference Between Market And Limit Orders

Learn the difference between MARKET And LIMIT Orders and try to execute the one which can help you make more profits from the stock markets.

New stock trades do not understand the difference between MARKET And LIMIT Orders and by mistake press the Market Order button to order a trade in their system which gets executed immediately.

If you are trading in very liquid stocks then there is not much difference between Market And Limit Orders as the difference between ask and bid price will not be much.

However experienced traders know that if a stock, option or future is not very liquid there is a big gap between ask and bid price. Traders who press market orders get the worst prices, because they have to accept whatever rates the best seller or the best buyer is offering them. Hitting Market order is accepting the market price not bargaining the price as we do when we go to the super markets to buy clothes or vegetables.

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