7 October 2021

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In this course you will learn the 5 core patterns of Elliott Wave Analysis. The Basic Structure of these 5 core patterns around which The Wave Principle evolves. How these patterns form in Market and how you can optimize the post pattern implications. How you can identify High Probability and High Confidence Trade set up and trade confidently. 



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22 September 2021

Monkey and The Stock Market Story

Monkey and The Stock Market Story



If you’ve been wondering how the stock markets work, here is a popular story of buying and selling monkeys that draws an analogy on the stock market. Though this is just a fable, it is not very far from reality when it comes to the style of functioning of today’s markets:


Once a man appeared in a village and announced that he wanted to buy     monkeys for $10 each. The villagers, realizing that there was no dearth of monkeys in the nearby forest, went out and started catching them. The man bought thousands of monkeys at $10. As supply started to fall down, the villagers stopped catching more monkeys.

Now the man further announced that he would now buy monkeys at $20 each. This renewed the efforts of the villagers and they started catching monkeys again. As the supply diminished even further, people once again stopped catching monkeys and started going back to their farms.

The man further increased the rate to $25. Soon the supply of monkeys became so little that it was quite an effort to even get a glimpse of a monkey, let alone catch it!

The man now announced that he would buy monkeys at $50. However, since he had to go to the city on some business, his assistant would now buy on behalf of him.

In the absence of the man, the assistant said to the villagers: “Look at all these monkeys in the big cage that the man has collected. I will sell them to you at $35 each and when the man returns from the city, you can sell them to him for $50.”

The villagers squeezed up with all their savings and bought all the monkeys. But they never ever saw the man or his assistant again in the village; only monkeys everywhere!


Welcome to the Stock Market!


An average small investor looks at the stock markets and is encouraged when he sees the indices and individual company shares are going up.  Foreign Institutional Investors are investing as the prices are attractive. He also starts buying.  He can only buy small quantities.  A small fish in the ocean of  big fish, very big fish and whales. When samll investors enter the market, the index raises even further. Individually he is small but collectively it is considerable investments. But he will discover shortly that the stocks he purchased have started falling even if others are rising. Rising was in units but fall is in tens.  Then suddenly FIIs start selling.  Before he realises and reacts, the shares have fallen steeply and the index has collapsed.  At a time when he exits the market he has already lost a large part of his money.


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Master To Trade Elliott Waves

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10 January 2021

THE 14 STAGES OF INVESTOR EMOTIONS

THE 14 STAGES OF INVESTOR EMOTIONS


Efficient Markets are based on the assumption that rational people enter transactions with the intent to maximize gains and minimize losses. While this theory is sound, most investors are not the purely rational robots that efficient markets rely upon. Instead, emotions often cloud our decision-making and prevent us from acting in a rational manner.

Knowing we can never conquer our inherent emotional biases, we should seek to understand the range of emotions we may experience as investors and how it affects our interactions with the market. A common market psychology cycle exists that shines light on how emotions evolve and the effect they have on our decisions. By understanding the stages of this cycle, we can tame the emotional roller coaster.

The chart below is a visual representation of the 14 stages that I’ll cover below. This would be a great visual to print out and put in your office or desk to remind you to ask yourself: “Where am I right now?”



1. OPTIMISM – It all starts with a hunch or a positive outlook leading us to buy a stock.

2. EXCITEMENT – Things start moving our way and we get giddy inside. We start to anticipate and hope that a possible success story is in the making.
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3. THRILL – The market continues to be favorable and we just can’t help but start
to feel a little “Smart.” At this point we have complete confidence in trading system.


4. EUPHORIA – This marks the point of maximum financial risk but also maximum financial gain. Our investments turn into quick and easy profits, so we begin to ignore the basic concept of risk We now start trading anything that we can get our hands on to make a buck.

5. ANXIETY – Oh no – it’s turning around! The markets start to show their first signs of taking your “hard earned” gains back. But having never seen this happen, we still remain ultra greedy and think the long-term trend is higher.

6. DENIAL – The markets don’t turn as quickly as we had hoped. There must be something wrong we think to ourselves. Our “long-term” view now shortens to a near-term hope of an improvement.

7. FEAR – Reality sets in that we are not as smart as we once thought. Instead of being confident in our trading we become confused. At this point we should get out with a small profit and move on but we don’t for some stupid reason.

8. DESPERATION – All gains have been lost at this point. We had our chance to profit and missed it. Not knowing how to act, we attempt to do anything that will bring our positions back into the black.

9. PANIC – The most emotional period by far. We are clueless and helpless. At this stage we feel like we are at the mercy of the market and have absolutely no control.

10. CAPITULATION – We have reached our breaking point and sell our positions at any price. So long as we can get out of the market to avoid bigger losses we are content.

11. DESPONDENCY – After exiting the markets we do not want to buy stocks ever again. The markets are not for us and should be avoided like the plague. However, this rare point marks the point of maximum financial opportunity.

12. DEPRESSION – We drink, cry and/or pray. How could we have been so dumb we think to ourselves. Some start to correctly look back and analyze what went wrong. Real traders are born here, learning from past mistakes.

13. HOPE – We can still do this! Eventually we return come to the realization the market actually does have cycles (shocking). We begin to start analyzing new opportunities.

14. RELIEF – The markets are turning positive again and we see our prior investment come back around. We regain our faith (although small) in our ability to invest our money. The cycle start all over again!


Individuals clearly follow this cycle in their decision making process. Since broad indices like Nifty 50 are comprised of the decision of millions of individuals, we should expect index prices to track this pattern as well. If we are aware of the stage of the cycle we are experiencing at a given point in time we will have a greater grasp of how our emotions are affecting our investment decisions. This knowledge will help us manage our own investment portfolios as well as predict the next step for the broad market.



Harsh Dixit.

MBA | CFA
Trader | Investor | Trainer | Mentor 
#StockMarket #Technicalanalysis #Elliottwave #Trendfollowing #Priceaction #Learner 
 


Further Education on Technical Analysis/ Trading Psychology


Top 10 Trading Books

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Master To Trade Elliott Waves

Price Action Trading Guide

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