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Profit Trading

Kicker Signals    The Kicker Signal is one of the most powerful Candlestick signals. This is due to the signal having a gap built into it. In some cases the gap is very obvious. In other cases the gap is not always recognized by investors.   As described in Mr. Bigalow’s book “Profitable Candlestick Trading”, the Kicker Signal dramatically illustrates investor sentiment has changed.

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Investment Strategy

San-Ku  – Three Gaps Up    As mentioned in Japanese candlestick analys is, the num ber three plays a very relevant part of the investment doctrine. Many of the  signals and formations consist of a group of three individual signals. It has becom e a  deeply rooted num ber for the Japanese investment com munity whether applied to Ca ndlestick analysis or not. This

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Investment Technology

As always, there are exceptions to all rules. The Gapping Plays are those exceptions. As  previously discussed, the gap at the top of a trend is the exhaustion gap. The same is said for the gap at the bottom of a trend. The appearance of those gaps is either the last gasp exhilaration (at the top) or the last gasp panic (at the bottom).

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Selling Gaps

Now turn the tables over.  The same enthusiasm demonstrated by a gap to the upside is  just as pertinent for sellers on the downside. A gap down illustrates the desire for investors to get out of a stock very quickly.  Identifying clear Candlestick “sell” signals prepares the investor for potential reversals. The Doji at the top, Dark Clouds, Bearish Engulfing patterns are obvious signals

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Profits With Candlesticks Analysis

How Do They Produce Profits With Candlesticks? Gaps (Ku) are called windows (Mado) in Japanese Candlestick analysis. A gap or window is one of the most misunderstood technical messages. Most investment experts advise not to buy after a gap. This is true only about ten percent of the time. The other 90% of the time, the gaps will reveal powerful high profit trades. Candlestick

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Stock Market Conditions

ORDER TYPES AND CONDITIONS: The system allows the trading members to enter orders with various conditions attached to them as per their requirements. These conditions are broadly divided into the following categories: TIME CONDITIONS. PRICE CONDITIONS. OTHER CONDITIONS. Several combinations of the above are allowed thereby providing enormous flexibility to the users. The order types and conditions are summarized below. TIME CONDITIONS: 1.      DAY

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Trading Member Identification

Below given cases explain activities possible for specific user categories:  CLEARING MEMBER CORPORATE MANAGER: He can view outstanding orders, previous trades and net position of his client trading members by putting the TM ID., (Trading member identification) and leaving the Branch ID., and Dealer ID., money mantra analytics. CLEARING MEMBER AND TRADING MEMBER CORPORATE MANAGER: He can view                                    . Outstanding orders, previous trades, and net position

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The Trading System

ENTITIES IN THE TRADING SYSTEM There are four entities in the trading system. Trading Members, Clearing Members, Professional Clearing Members and Participants. 1. TRADING MEMBERS: Trading Members are members of NSE. They can trade either on their own account or on behalf of their clients including participants. The exchange assigns a trading members ID., to each trading member. Each trading member can have more

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Stock Market Questions And Answers

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ON CHAPTER 4 Q. On 15th January, Mr.Arvind Sethi bought a january Nifty futures contract which cost him Rs.2,40,000. Each Nifty futures contract is for delivery of 100 Nifties. On 25th January, the index closed at 2460. How much profit or loss did he make ? +6000 -4500 -3000 +2500 A. Mr. Sethi bought one futures contract costing him Rs.2,40,000. At

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Options Trading Strategy

SPECULATION: BEARISH SECURITY. SELL CALLS OR BUY PUTS Do you sometimes think that the nse india is going to drop? That you could make a profit by adopting a position on the market? Due to poor corporate results, or the instability of the government, many people feel that the stocks prices would go down. How does one implement a trading strategy to benefit from a downward movement in

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