Trade the following chart patterns with me -
My Trading-cum-Investing style
I frequently trade (i) Ascending Triangle patterns, (ii) Weekly Inside Bars and (iii) Squeezes with Low ATR under my second approach for gains ranging anywhere between 5% to 20% (sometimes higher too!). At the same time, I like to fill my (iv) Investment Portfolio from time to time with high-quality companies, which are available near support zones.
There are two ways of making money in the stock market. Both approaches are rewarding and both come at a price.
#1. Get huge multi-baggers in your portfolio - stocks that can multiply your capital by 2x-5x-10x.
#2. Grab a lot of 5% to 20% short-term gains in a year by actively moving in and out of stocks.
In the first approach, where you hunt for multi-baggers, you must be willing to sit through multiple consolidations in which stocks do not go anywhere for a long period of time. You must also be willing to accept several pullbacks which may be over 25-50%.
Most of my trades fall in the second approach, where you quickly exit a stock after it moves anywhere between 5%-20%. Here, you will never catch a multi-bagger. And you don't have to. Because in any year, there are plenty of 5%-20% moves. Use the calculator to see how much you can earn in a year if you trade frequently with defined rules and an acceptable risk-reward ratio.
Stocks follow the 80/20 rule, where 80% of their movement comes in just 20% of the time. The rest of the time is just sideways consolidation. The aim of this approach is to avoid such periods of consolidation and participate only in the movement.
Hi! I am Puneet Arora, a Chartered Accountant by qualification. When I was in a job, I used to work 12-hours a day, with an investment bank, where we raised funds for clients. I left that job in 2015 to work 24-hours a day for my ed-tech startup.
Thanks to the bull market and also some harsh lessons from drawdowns, I started trading using strict rules. Glad, I could find what suits me. And here through this platform, I offer the same strategies for your use and benefit.