Daily Chart – December 2021 To February 2022
- Stop getting PANIC at 10% Fall from all time High.
- Stop getting Greedy at New All Time High.
- Keep 100 & 200 Simple DMAs handy.
- Initiate Index Futures Buy in stages,
- First when CLOSING below 100 DMA
- Second when CLOSING below 200 DMA
- Keep Stop-loss 5% Below 200 DMAs
In rare and unique cases, NIFTY50 wouldn’t give bounce during full Bear Market periods, like 2001, 2008, 2015, 2020.
👆 In each of above cases, not immediately but Over Time.
You may wonder WHY so ⁉️
Because, Governments, Central Bankers, Financial Institutions (Pension, Insurance Mutual Fund Companies ), Promotors, Venture Capitalist, Brokers all want rising Markets.
Each and Everyone gets benefited from Rising Markets in one way or the other.
Precisely so Bear Markets are shortest whereas Bull Markets are the longest time wise.
And, in all those cases where “NIFTY50” fails to give bounce immediately, be willing to Buy at 20% below its 200 DMA and wait for better Market Sentiments.
However, You must willingly able to ignore all those CURRENT NEWS. For example,
Surgical Strikes (2016 & 2019) , Demonetisation, Trump Trade War, NSE related Issues, Default News like YESBANK, DHFL, PCJEWELLER , Scams like Nirav Modi-PNB, ABGSHIP-ICICIBANK, Union Budget disappointments like Re-introducing Long Term Capital Gain Taxes, and/or State Election Upsets, Economic News like Inflation, Interest Rates, Rising Energy Prices and of course Geopolitical Tensions like Repeal of Article 370, Russia Ukraine War, Galwan Valley Clashes, many more.
Actually never ending list.
That is why we call them CURRENT NEWS. 🙂🙏
As outlined above, that exactly what we did all the while.
Live and practical Example:
WhatsApp Screen Shots from December 2021 To February 2022 period attached below…👇
Hopefully, we see new all time high very soon.
We are sharing with you our 22 Years’ Technical Know-How but you must have discipline, patience and willingness to execute your plan of action. Be Aatmanirbhar. 🙏🏽🙂
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