Successful traders are like race drivers. They know how to manoeuvre their way at high speeds. What makes them different is that they know what lies under the hood of the vehicle they are driving and how to correct it if there is a breakdown.The charts and indicators that they use are well-researched to the point where they become second nature and muscle memory. They do not need to think before they react; the reaction comes automatically.If you are a scalper who holds a position for a few seconds to a maximum of a few minutes, your reaction has to be automatic. There is no time to think, all the thinking has to be before and after market hours.Close Sivakumar Jayachandran (@justsiva123) trades on the high-speed race track. A scalper 90 percent of whose trades are held for less than two minutes, Siva as he is called by fellow traders was another trader who proved his mettle at the this year’s Investor Carnival held in Goa. Trading on expiry day along with veteran traders, … [Read more...] about Sivakumar Jayachandran: Journey of a BPO employee to a star trader
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Sugar has a lot in common with tobacco and alcohol: it triggers pleasurable feelings, it can cause health problems when overused, and it’s addictive (though the jury may still be out on that one). Unlike the latter two substances, sugar products don’t come with added taxes or any barrier to obtaining them. Anyone can legally binge on sugar, regardless of age. But maybe this shouldn’t be the case. Maybe we’d all be better off if sugar was treated like a potentially dangerous substance. advertisement advertisement Scientists at UCSF argue in a recent issue of Nature that added sugars, defined as “any sweetener containing the molecule fructose that is added to food in processing,” should be regulated by the government. The researchers, one of whom is well-known for his views on the dangers of sugar, have come up with a convincing list of reasons why we need to take serious measures: Sugar can induce hypertension, insulin resistance, high … [Read more...] about Should The Government Regulate Sugar Like Tobacco?
In his book ‘Poor Charlie’s Almanack’ legendary investor and author Charlie Munger writes ‘spend each day trying to be a little wiser than you were when you woke up. Day by day, and at the end of the day- if you live long enough- like most people, you will get out of life what you deserve.’Independent investor and investing coach Vishal Khandelwal lives by these words. An analyst who quit his job at the age of 34 to focus on teaching the Aam Aadmi the art and science of investing. Safal Niveshak, Hindi for successful investor, has been his platform where he gives online training on investing. A prolific writer, Vishal spends 75 percent of his waking time in reading and learning.Vishal does not like to speak about his stock picks and the returns his investment has generated. The fact that he has been able to come out of a job by taking care of all his liabilities gives an insight that he has done well for himself.Close Vishal is known more as a teacher of … [Read more...] about The analyst who quit his job to be a teacher and a ‘Safal Niveshak’
Tata Motors held Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) on November 12 reported a 5.5 percent decline in total retail sales at 41,866 units in October as compared with the year-ago period.Jaguar sales were at 10,606 units during the month, down 22.9 per cent from October 2018, a statement from Tata Motors read.Land Rover sales, on the other hand, were at 31,260 units, up 2.4 per cent from the same month last year, it added.Close "The automotive trading environment remains challenging globally. Against this background, it is all the more encouraging to see our China turnaround strategy and work with the local retailer network generating positive results as sales have improved in China for the fourth consecutive month," JLR Chief Commercial Officer Felix Brautigam said. related news 100X.VC to invest over Rs 200cr in startups Traffic resumes on Jammu-Srinagar highway, Mughal road remains closed for the 7th day Ayodhya verdict: As historic SC ruling paves way for Ram temple, … [Read more...] about JLR sales down by 6%, fall to 41,866 units in October
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has decided to finally fall in line with what the bond markets were suggesting by increasing its repo rate to align with market rates after a prolonged pause. All members of the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) voted in favour of the rate hike.RBI hiked repo rate by 25 basis points to 6.25 percent and reverse repo to 6 percent.Following are the key highlights of the MPC policy:Maintains neutral stance: MPC has maintained its neutral stance of monetary policy in consonance with the objective of achieving the medium-term target for consumer price index (CPI) inflation of 4 percent.Inflation revised upwards: MPC has projected CPI inflation for 2018-19 to 4.8-4.9 percent in H1 and 4.7 percent in H2, including the HRA impact for central government employees, with a possibility of upside risk. Excluding the impact of HRA revisions, CPI inflation is projected at 4.6 percent in H1 and 4.7 percent in H2. The policy in April had kept the CPI inflation in the range … [Read more...] about RBI announces 25 bps hike in repo rate; 10 key takeaways from RBI policy