Save Money on Options and Futures TradingTraditional brokers take away a lot of money by charging high brokerage in each lot traded, however this broker does not charge for each lot. If you trade 5/10/100 lots in a single order they charge only Rs.20/- for each order traded irrespective of lots being traded at different times. Same for exiting. If you exit all 5/10/100 lots in a single order your total brokerage comes to Rs.40/-. And they do not charge anything for buying & selling stocks. It takes 5 minutes to open an account online. Click here and Open Free Account with them today >>
Note For Paid Subscribers: Those who were either long or short in the directional strategy may have made great profits. It is advisable to exit now and book profits.
Due to great fall INDIA VIX surged today by 13.53%. It is currently at 15.02 or 1.79 points above last close. So which Strategy to Trade?
[Hidden from free subscribers which strategy to trade is according to the paid course so this part sent to paid subscribers only.]
Now free for all content:
Nifty has fallen down today but there is no need to panic as this is a temporary fall. Within weeks Nifty will recover.
S&P BSE Sensex is currently at: 28,388.89 which is -408.36 or down -1.42% from previous close.
NIFTY is at: 8,736.10 which is -130.60 or down -1.47% from previous close.
Please Do Not Panic This Is a Temporary Fall – Let Us Discuss Some trading Ideas
Banking stocks are seeing major fall. ICICI Bank, Axis Bank, HDFC and SBI. The big banks which constitute major portion of Bank Nifty have fallen.
There is nothing to worry as these banks are quite strong. It is advisable to start collecting shares of these banks over the next few months via the systematic investment plan mode. Please do not trade Futures as there can be more fall in these stocks.
I also see that among other major stocks Tata Motors, ITC and L&T also fell. Out of these ITC and L&T are also good stocks and you can invest in them as well via the systematic investment mode.
Please invest only that much with money which you are comfortable with. Do not let your greed take a decision. You have earned the money so the decision is entirely yours.
Shares price of Lanco Infratech, Siyaram Silk Mills, Jaiprakash Associates and Man Industries have also declined 4-11 percent. I do not advise to collect these shares as the results declared by these companies are not good. If the companies performance is not good it is better to avoid investing in these companies.
How Long Will This Fall Continue?
If feel this week Nifty is going to be weak. So there can either be stabilization or small fall at least this week. Then from next Monday onward people will be out of this sudden shock and start looking positive and start buying shares pushing Nifty up. Fall can be little more 200 odd points and then Nifty will start moving up.
Indian Stocks Still Looking Positive
Globally almost all stock markets are looking positive. This fall looks like traders in India thought resistance has come so pulled back their money. Rest will also follow in the following days. Then these same traders will invest their money back in stocks when they see some kind of support. Nifty will rise again.
Conservative traders like us take full benefit of these short term traders who make nothing at the end of the year while we end up making good profits because we use our brains, not trade with speculations.
When Nifty moves we make profits, when it doesn’t we still make profits. 🙂
July and August 2016 saw amazing investments in Indian markets by the foreign investors. This is mostly to do with domestic factors. GST Bill getting passed, good monsoon and good governance. All these are positive signs for the future of our economy.
In this year itself foreign investors have invested Rs 40,297 crore in both equity and debt. I do not have data of how much has gone into debt and how much into equity. But I am sure a lot has gone into equities as we saw a recent rally which is clear proof that they invested a large amount in Indian Equities.
Like I have said before even if the Fed increases rates it is going to be very small and will not have much impact on global markets including India. So there is nothing top worry.
I hope you do not trade in panic. This is the main objective of this blog.
Disclaimer: This is an educational site. Investment ideas are written above so that you get an idea of what may happen. If you want to invest please do your own research before taking any investment decision. Stock markets investments are subject to market risks and I am sure you know the risks involved.
Thank You For Reading.
You Can Read More On My Site
TheOptionCourse.com Copyright @ All Rights Reserved
Dilip Shaw, Founder
COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT: Any act of copying, reproducing or distributing any content in the site or newsletters, whether wholly or in part, for any purpose without my permission is strictly prohibited and shall be deemed to be copyright infringement.
INCOME DISCLAIMER: Any references in this site of income made by the traders are given to me by them either through Email or WhatsApp as a Thank You message. However every trade depends on the trader and his level of risk taking capability, knowledge and experience. Moreover stock market investments and trading are subject to market risks. Therefore there is no guarantee that everyone will achieve the same or similar results. My aim is to make you a better & disciplined trader with the stock trading and investing education and strategies you get from this website.
DISCLAIMER: I am NOT an Investment Adviser (IA). I am an Authorized Person (AP) of a Stock Broker. I do not give tips or advisory services by SMS, Email, or WhatsApp or any other forms of social media. I strictly adhere to laws of my country. I only offer education for free on finance, risk management & investments in stock markets through the articles in this website. You must consult an authorized Investment Adviser (IA) or do thorough research before investing in any stock or derivative using any strategy given in this website. I am not responsible for any investment decision you take after reading any article in this website. Click here to read the disclaimer in full.