Stocks to Buy now in Bse Nse from 17.02.2020
Shares to buy now tips are based on technical analysis of stocks performed using our software StocktechTM and for positional trading as short or long term investments. All our Stock to buy tips are supported with Technical Patterns and indicators which gives you more freedom to make your decision for profitable trading of stocks in Nse. Become a technical analyst on your own by using our Stock charting Software StocktechTM.
Shares to Buy Tips for Short Term or Long Term Investment
Strategy for all investments: Follow Bottom Up approach which means buy only on declines. Do not buy on up move. Buy only small lots. For example : If you have money to buy 100 stocks buy only 50. Buy next 50 after a decent fall. Don't be over enthusiastic to buy. Hesitate to buy. Keep strict stop loss which means do not buy at that level if you have not bought already. If you have bought already book loss and get out of the stock.
Stocks to Buy now in India February 2020
Stock to Buy 1 : RALLIS (NSE Code) Signal : Consolidation near minor top. Bullish break out expected any time. Stop Loss : 215 Target : 250 (Short term)
Share to Buy 2 : TATACHEM (NSE Code) Signal : Consolidation near minor top. Bullish break out expected any time. Stop Loss : 750 Target : 785 (Short term)
Shares to Buy 3 : SUPREMEIND (NSE Code) Signal : Consolidation near minor top. Strong upside momentum. Bullish breakout expected any time. Stop Loss : 1375 Target : 1430 (Short term)
Stock to Buy 4 : ORIENTCEM (NSE Code) Signal : Consolidation near minor top. Bullish breakout expected any time. Stop Loss : 74 Target : 87 (Short term)
Stock to Buy 5 : IOLCP (NSE Code) Signal : Double tops crossed with higher volume. Stop Loss : 183 Target : 210 (Short term)
Stock to Buy 6 : INOXLEISUR (NSE Code) Signal : Previous top crossed with higher volume. Strong upside momentum. Stop Loss : 456 Target : 490 (Short term)
Stock to Buy 7 : SMLISUZU (NSE Code) Signal : Pennant breakout with very high volume. Stop Loss : 568 Target : 610 (Short term)
Stocks to sell now in India February 2020Stock to sell 1 : SHANKARA (NSE Code) Signal : Dark clouds formation near minor top. Stop Loss : 565 Target : 520 (Short term)
Stock to sell 2 : SHILPAMED (NSE Code) Signal : Dark clouds formation near minor top. Stop Loss : 475 Target : 435 (Short term)
Stock to sell 3 : GRAPHITE (NSE Code) Signal : Previous bottoms breached with higher volume. Stop Loss : 295 Target : 265 (Short term)
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Best Trading Strategies for Short or Long Term investments in Stock market
o Strictly adhere to Stop loss.
o Before entering in to trade analyse stocks on the basis of Technical indicators like moving average, Trend line, Trend Channel Patterns, Engulfing, doji, Breakout, Oscillator etc and don't Trade against the trend.
o When people are selling be a buyer. When people are buying be a seller.
o Avoid purchase of stocks when market value of that stock crash.
o Stop loss & Exit to be decided before entering in to the trade.
o Do not have any sentimental attachment with any stock.
o Periodic Profit booking to be done by selling and re-purchase of stocks.
o Do not over trade. Trade only up to 50 % of your Trading capital.
o Do not trade on the basis of rumours.
o It is better to follow Monthly stop loss and stop loss or trade.
o Do not keep all your stock holdings in same sector,distribute your investment to various sectors ie. Diversification of investment to be done.
o Do not invest more than 10% value of your Trading capital in any single stock.
o Buy the stocks whenever there is some bad news and sell the stocks whenever there is good news.
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