Trade the following chart patterns with me - 

1. Ascending Triangle Patterns

Ascending triangles are bullish chart patterns that indicate accumulation, characterized by a resistance line and a rising trend line. We buy on the breakout of the resistance.

3. Squeezes with Low ATR

There is no textbook name for this pattern. This setup is characterized by a halt in the movement of the price and low ATR.

2. Weekly Inside Bars

I trade three-candlesticks weekly inside bars pattern, characterized by falling volumes from Week A to Week C. A long-trade is made on the breakout of high of Week C.

4. Investing at support zones

This is for long-term investment. Buying quality companies at important support zones offering a low-risk high-return opportunity.

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.

About Me

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.

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