Share Trading

The golden rule of trading 'Don't blame others for the failure. Take full responsibility for all the action you take'.

Beware of Stock Adivory Tips

IN MY 7YRS OF SHARE MARKET EXPERIENCE, I WORKED WITH THE ALMOST ALL ADVISORY SERVICES ORGANIZATION AND FINALLY I HAVE ONLY THE BAD EXPERIENCE WITH ALL OF THESE ADVISORY SERVICES FOR WHICH I LOST NOT ONLY MONEY BUT ALSO BEYOND THAT. SO I REQUEST/SUGGEST TO ALL OTHERS DON'T EVER TRUST/GO FOR ANY ADVISORY SERVICES. THINK POSITIVELY IF SOME ADVISORY REALLY KNOWS HOW TO MAKE PROFIT THEN THERE WILL BE NO TIME FOR OTHERS BECAUSE THEY WOULD BE BUSY FOR THEIR OWN EARNINGS AT THE SAME TIME. THERE WILL BE NO SHORTCUT FOR THIS.

FOR MORE MONEY THEY FIND THE INNOCENT PERSON AND THEY WILL BE TRIED TO CONVINCE THEM THROUGH THEIR DIFFERENT PLANNING. SO THEY WILL MADE A TRAP TO INNOCENT PEOPLE AND OBVIOUSLY AT THAT MOMENT WE ARE GREEDY WHICH HELPS THEM TO TRAP EASILY. SO NOW WHAT EVER IT IS, STAY FAR AWAY FROM THESE. OTHERWISE IT WILL GIVE SOME SLEEPLESS NIGHT, HUGE AMOUNT OF LOSS OF MONEY, PAINFUL SITUATION & EXTRA TENSION.

IF YOU WANT TO MAKE REALLY PROFIT THEN GO FOR YOUR OWN STRATEGY, THROUGH CONTINUOUS STUDY ON A SINGLE STOCK FOR 15 DAYS, THERE WILL BE LESS PROFIT INSTEAD OF LOSS & SO ON. I HOPE IT WILL TEACH ATLEAST ONE PERSON HOW TO SAVE HIS OWN HARD MONEY FROM THE STOCK ADVISORY. KEEP IN YOUR MIND (MY MISTAKE), I THOUGHT ONE DAY WILL DEFINITELY COME WHERE ATLEAST 1 ADVISORY SERVICES WILL TRIED TO PULL ME OUT FROM THIS CRISIS SITUATION FOR THIS I JOINED MORE THAN 20 STOCK ADVISORY SERVICES ONE AFTER ANOTHER.

MANY THINGS HAPPENED WITH DIFFERENT EXECUTIVE MEMBERS OF DIFFERENT ADVISORY SERVICES, WHICH WON'T BE FORGETTEN. MY BIGGEST MISTAKE WAS FOR MYSELF, MOST OF MY FRIENDS, RELATIVES, NEIGHBOURS, ETC INVOLVED AND SUFFERED ALSO. I APOLOGIZED EACH AND EVERY PERSON RELATED TO THIS FOR ME. BUT SOME OF THEM COULD NOT, WHICH WILL BE GONE WITH MY LAST SENSE. BUT THERE SHOULD BE A STRICT WELL GOVERNED PROCEDURE TO PASS AN ADVISORY BECAME REGISTER WITH THE SEBI.

SEBI MUST BE HANDLED WITH STRICTLY MANNER WITH 3-5 YRS OBSERVATION, BECAUSE AFTER REGISTERATION PROCESS THESE ADVISORY MADE A BIG LOSS LIKE GOVERNMENT PROPERTY AND WHICH WILL BE NEVER EVER SAID BY THEIR EXECUTIVE PERSON TO THE CUSTOMER AT THE TIME OF BEGINING, FOR THIS ONLY MANY PEOPLE ARE TRAPPED AND ALSO WHAT SHOULD DO NOW. I HAVE LODGED MANY COMPLAINTS WITH SEBI ALSO. SOME OF THEM ARE GONE, SOME OF THEM CHANGED OR MAKE A NEW NAMES & ALSO MANY MORE. IT'S ALMOST DIFFICULT TO SAY WHICH ADVISORY SERVICES WHAT WAS DONE WITH WHICH PERSON. IT SHOWED A HUGE AMOUNT OF LOSS OCCUR AT THE END OF TIME WITH THAT ADVISORY SERVICES. SO THEREFORE KEEP IT'S A OVERALL LOSS.

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DATE BUY SL TGT RESULT
06 Mar 2018 NIFTY10500PE @ 180 150 220 TGT
05 Mar 2018 NIFTY10500CE @ 70 55 80 TGT
01 Mar 2018 NIFTY10500PE @ 127 110 150 TGT

DATE BUY SL TGT RESULT
28 Feb 2018 NIFTY10500CE @ 145 122 165 TGT
27 Feb 2018 NIFTY10500PE @ 120 104 135 TGT
26 Feb 2018 NIFTY10600PE @ 145 127 166 SL
23 Feb 2018 NIFTY10400CE @ 165 150 195 TGT
22 Feb 2018 NIFTY10500PE @ 148 132 169 SL
21 Feb 2018 NIFTY10500PE @ 122 105 144 TGT
20 Feb 2018 NIFTY10300CE @ 114 100 135 TGT
19 Feb 2018 NIFTY10500PE @ 145 126 175 TGT
16 Feb 2018 NIFTY10700PE @ 138 125 152 TGT
15 Feb 2018 NIFTY10500CE @ 132 105 150 TGT
14 Feb 2018 NIFTY10600PE @ 130 110 154 TGT
12 Feb 2018 NIFTY10500CE @140 118 170 SL
09 Feb 2018 NIFTY10400CE @ 155 136 175 SL
08 Feb 2018 NIFTY10500CE @ 156 126 174 TGT
07 Feb 2018 NIFTY10500PE @ 162 143 178 TGT
06 Feb 2018 NIFTY10400CE @175 156 198 SL
05 Feb 2018 NIFTY10600PE @ 110 90 135 SL
02 Feb 2018 NIFTY10900PE @ 135 120 148 TGT
01 Feb 2018 NIFTY11000PE @ 140 125 155 TGT
Option Trading involve risks and are not suitable for everyone. Option trading can be speculative in nature and carry substantial risk of loss.

How to identify FAKE ADVISOR providing Option Tips?

Watch this video below to identify a FAKE ADVISOR.

  • Stock market is a playground of speculators who gamble their money with inside informations.
  • 95% of ordinary traders loss their money to make 5% fake advisories rich.
  • If you are trading for very short term, then you should learn how to protect your cash by putting stop losses.
  • If you are thinking that paying Rs.2500/- per month to the advisory tips & they will make you a billionaire, then it's a day dreaming.
  • If you don't know anything regarding the day trading then better give it up.
  • Go for long term approach or invest into mutual funds.
  • Don't waste your energy & money & most importantly the time by sitting in front of the monitor.

What are Options?


Options are a type of derivative security. The right to buy is called a call option and the right to sell is a put option.

Call and Put Options
  • For call options, the option is said to be in-the-money if the share price is above the strike price.
  • A put option is in-the-money when the share price is below the strike price.
  • The amount by which an option is in-the-money is referred to as intrinsic value.
  • An option is out-of-the-money if the price of the underlying remains below the strike price (for a call), or above the strike price (for a put).
  • An option is at-the-money when the price of the underlying is on or very close to the strike price.
Premium
The total cost (the price) of an option is called the premium. This price is determined by factors including the stock price, strike price, time remaining until expiration (time value) and volatility.

Tips for Option Trading Success


  • Never trust blindly any adisory tips. Do your own analysis and then trade.
  • Options are best used as risk-reducing investment tools, not instruments for gambling.
  • Manage risk carefully.
  • Do not hold any position than can - in the worst case scenario - cost more than you are willing to lose.
  • Be careful about the number of option contracts you trade. It's easy to over-trade with inexpensive option contracts - especially when selling.
  • Don't go broke. Never allow an unexpected event to wipe out your account.
  • Do not expect miracles.
  • Do not buy options that are far out of the money just because they are 'cheap.' The chances of success are tiny. Not zero, just tiny.
  • Selling naked options is less risky than buying stock. But, like stock ownership, there is considerable downside risk. Exception: It's reasonable to sell naked puts - but only if you want to buy the shares, if assigned an exercise notice.
  • Limit losses. The most effective way to accomplish that is to buy one option for every option you sell. That means selling spreads, rather than naked options.
  • Hope is not a strategy. When a position goes bad, consider reducing risk by placing Stop Loss. Doing nothing and hoping for a good outcome is nothing more than gambling.

Avoid these Mistakes to be successful in Option Trading


Mistake #1: Buying out-of-the-money (OTM) call options
Trading OTM calls is one of the most difficult ways to make money consistently. If you're new to options trading, consider another strategy first.

Mistake #2: Using an all-purpose strategy in different market conditions
Depending on the market, you'll want to tailor your options trading strategies. Trading the long spread is a tried-and-true approach that you should understand.

Mistake #3: Not having a definite exit plan prior to expiration
Even when an option trade is going your way, it's crucial to have an exit plan in advance. Otherwise, how will you make the right move at the right time?

Mistake #4: Making up for past losses with risky "doubling up"
When a trade moves against you, it's tempting to ignore your tolerance for risk and make a rash decision. Don't. Instead, try another approach to mitigating your losses.

Mistake #5: Trading illiquid options
The biggest drawback to this strategy is that, if you initiate or adjust an option position that's associated with low activity, you run the risk of losing money due to poor pricing.

Mistake #6: Waiting too long to buy back your short options
Don't wait until it's too late to make your move, and don't think that squeezing every last penny out of a trade is worthwhile. Do the right thing.

Mistake #7: Failing to factor earnings and dividend date into your strategy
Avoiding trades with pending dividends is a commonsense approach to investing in options. Understand how the trading season impacts stock volatility and can inflate option prices.

Mistake #8: Not knowing what to do if you're assigned early
From the beginning, keep early assignment in mind. If you think about it strategically, you won't be caught in a bind if there's an irrational and disruptive market event.

Mistake #9: Failing to use index options for neutral trades
Trading neutral on big indices may not sound exciting but this approach can shield you from costly market volatility.

Mistake #10: Legging into spread trades
This is a common mistake among rookies and experienced traders hoping to squeeze the last few bucks out of a trade. Do not fall for it!
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