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Performance Report

This page shows in brief some of the top performance achieved by our products. The P/L for futures is for 1 lot.

Trade V – Generates short term trading signals

Stock Futures (1 Feb 2018 – 31 Jan 2019)
Symbol Profit/Loss No. of Trades % Return
Dabur Rs 377000 185 250%
Reliance Rs 348000 112 240%
Yes Bank Rs 462000 152 300%

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Index Futures (1 Jan 2018 – 31 Jan 2019)
Symbol Profit/Loss No. of Trades % Return
Nifty Rs 228500 257 150%
MCX Metals (1 Apr 2017 - 31 Mar 2018)
Symbol Profit/Loss No. of Trades % Return
Gold Rs 405000 111 64%
Aluminium Rs 92500 104 68%
Nickel Rs 43000 60 94%

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Day PRO – Generates intraday signals

Stock Futures (1 Apr 2017 – 31 July 2018)
Bucket Profit/Loss No. of Trades % Return
Bullish Rs 1179000 524 220%
Bearish Rs 1100000 850 240%
Sideways Rs 1085000 640 200%

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Newsletter – Get short term trading and medium term investment advice

Investment Letter
Closed Trades Winning Trades Losing Trades Success Ratio Duration
82 56 26 68% Jan 2017 - Jan 2018

Disclaimer:

- All results are based on simulated trading.
- Past performance is no indicator of future performance.
- Derivative trading carries large risk and not suitable for everyone.


Trading Advice

  • Discipline: The key to success is to follow the trading plan. You should be very clear about how to handle your trade.

  • Planning:  One should identify a few stocks and focus on them.

  • Capital: One should not invest all the capital at once but he should divide his capital in different type of investments.

  • Volumes: A stock should have enough volumes for it to be tradable.

  • News Flow: Be cautious when trading on news which is out in the market. It takes a few minutes for a stock price to adjust to any news.

  • Average Out: When the price of a stock starts falling, people buy more to average out. In trading, it’s a strict ‘No’.