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7 Warren Buffett quotes that may redefine your purpose of stock market investing

Warren Buffett, the most celebrated investor in the world, has grown his investments unlike anyone else over the course of more than 70 years beginning with the first stock purchase at the very young age of 11. Warren Buffett, the greatest investment wizard of the century, world’s third-richest person (Net Worth: $86 billion | source: Bloomberg

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When Should You Use Trailing Stops In Your Trading?

Trailing Stoploss Trailing your stoploss in the market in hopes of making big profits isn’t always going to be the best thing to do in every situation. Markets which aren’t trending (and most of the time, most are not) will come back on you and take you out for a much smaller profit than you might have

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Stock Trading Tips for Beginners

Stock Trading Tips For Beginners Do not expect to become an expert day trader right away. It takes considerable time, practice and effort to learn the ropes. Paper trade or use a simulated trading Web site to practice your trading techniques before you use your own “real” money. Eliminate the fear of losing because “scared”

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7 Best Stock Market Movies that Every Indian Investor Must Watch

This is a fun one. It’s research, yeah. But you’re going to like doing it. Today, I’m going to be talking about the best movies on the stock market. YES. Now, when I say stock market movies, I mean the movies that are loosely based or related to the stock market. I’m sure you’ve seen at

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The popular technical analysis tool – MACD

MACD (moving average convergence/divergence) is a technical analysis indicator used to spot changes in the strength, direction, momentum, and duration of a trend in a stock’s price. The MACD is a computation of the difference between two exponential moving averages (EMAs) of closing prices. This difference is charted over time, alongside a moving average of the difference. The divergence between the

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Technical Analysis Glossary

Bear market: This refers to a long period during which the market is in a downtrend. Bollinger Bands: Bands used to calculate the volatility of the asset class at any given time. Breakout: An increase in a stock’s price that results in the price breaking the previous high or a resistance level is known as

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Candlestick Charts: The Most Used Candlestick Patterns

Candlestick Charts The Most Used Candlestick Patterns Candlestick pattern (or formation) is the term of technical analysis used in the forex, stock, commodity, and other markets in order to portray the price patterns of a security or an asset. Candlestick charts are easy to understand and provide ahead indications regarding the turning points of the

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Dow Theroy & Trend Analysis

Market Discount Everything Charles H. Dow after whom the “Dow Jones” Wall Street index in named is the founder of many theories and his contribution to the theory of Technical Analysis is immense. Even after so many years what he propagated is still valid and he is rightly termed as the “Grandfather” of Technical Analysis.

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Cup with Handle Pattern

The cup with handle pattern is one of the most bullish chart patterns.  It works well on top growth stocks during a market uptrend.  Its a close cousin to the rounding bottom pattern – another very bullish pattern. As the name suggests, this chart pattern looks like a cup or pan with a handle.  Imagine

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Inverted J Pattern

The Inverted J pattern (also knows as the inverted ascending scallop) is another very bullish chart pattern we often feature in our newsletter and trade in our own accounts. Imagine taking the letter J and flipping it upside down and then turning it over across its vertical axis like a page in a book. We