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The Three Pillars of Stock Trading – Questions Answered.

By August 12, 2016 No Comments

Buy Low, Sell High. Short High, Cover Low – these are the common words you may have heard from the people who are actively trading in markets. As they say, trading is nothing but Buy the dip and sell the tip. However, is successful trading that simple the way it sounds? Imarticus Learning held a webinar on Aug 5, 2016 on The Three Pillars of Stock Trading where Mr Vishal Kshatriya from Edelweiss conducted this webinar.
We received a large number of questions at the end of the insightful webinar. Here are a few –
from Lakshmi:
am planning to start long should i study the market to decide my stocks?
If you are fresher, it is recommended that you study minimum 1-2 months on how Indian market function. Also as discussed in webinar, you should decide how you going to trade (short term, medium term or long term) and accordingly decide the method of analysis.
from loknath:
is it always good to invest in blue chip stocks ?
Instead of focusing on bluechip stocks you should develop an proper trading plan which helps you to identify stocks to Buy and Sell. This could be Fundamental ANalysis or Technical or any other disucssed in webinar session.

from Sowmya Iyer:
As an investor which market is sure about making money with guarantee.
Please understand there is no guarantee and surety in any markets and any investment instruments. We discussed this in webinar that we have and have to develop our mindset of accepting risk and loss to get started.
How to set breakeven target to get a idea of good target?
Fundamental analysis finds fair value of stock base on how company is going to do in future. Technical analysis sets target based on what charts and prices says, so it all depend on which method you follow.
from Vajid:
How to beat the intelligent quants in day trading ? Trading algos which follows analytics to take trading decision
We discussed in our webinar that we should keep our ego aside and trade markets according to our trading plan and risk our capital based on money management techniques. If our trading plan and method is robust we need not have to think about what algos are doing.
To know about our upcoming webinars check out #ImarticusLive or visit the Knowledge Center!