Investment philosophy

Always stick on to buying stocks in raising markets and selling in falling markets.

Markets tend to return to the mean over time. So be patient to get into it at right time.

Exponential rapidly rising or falling markets usually go further than you think, but they do not correct by going sideways

We identify an uptrend or downtrend by using a complex proprietary method using our unique analysis tools.

Majority buy when the market is in an uptrend. Most of the times majority of those stocks follow the market either up or down.

Focus on the leaders of the segment. Half of any stock’s move, either up or down is due to the strength or weakness of its industry group and its overall sector.

Look for EPS growth atleast 3 years giving added weight-age to the most recent quarter results.

Focus on long term chart patterns like rounding bottoms with longer duration.

Buy stocks as they break out into new highs on high volumes, at least 50% higher than the 50 day average volume.

The general crowd buys the most at the top and the least at the bottom.

Sell stocks as they break down into new lows on high volumes, at least 50% higher than the 50 day average volume.

In US about 80% of leading stocks went public within the past 8 years.

Fix your stoploss and follow it carefully come what may. Atleast 8-10 percent for long term investment.

Cutting your losses is like paying insurance premium. And minimizing losses is a great money management skill.

Remember it takes 100% gain to recover a 50% loss.

Look for price and volume actions.

Don’t let emotions take over; we believe that’s one of the biggest dangers in investing.

Never average a losing trade, instead averaging up is a better strategy.

Do not buy a wrong stock and hold it under hope. It can be very dangerous and costly.

History definitely repeats itself in the stock market.

Don't let emotions cloud your decisions or affect your long-term plan. Plan your trade and trade your plan