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3) 3 stocks for BTST trading

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Trading for busy people

We get a number of queries from you people asking about how to trade with time constraints. Mastery in trading indeed comes after putting in hours of work, but there should be a way to make some quick money too… After all, that’s why we all entered the markets, didn’t we?

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We know you’re busy and still want to make a quick buck from the markets, so here’s exactly that - a buy today, sell tomorrow strategy.

This strategy can be deployed to capture profits after market movements - jump in at the exit, do your thing, and sell when the market opens.

Read on to learn the strategy ↓

Buy Today, Sell Tomorrow Trading Strategy

In this strategy, a stock gets shortlisted on the following conditions:

  • The stock must be at a 52-week high or it should have given 100%+ returns within the past 1 year

  • High volume is required, i.e. minimum volume is 3x of the 5-day average daily volume

  • The stock should have good momentum (speed in the right direction)

  • It should be liquid enough to be tradable

We created a screener that will shortlist stocks for you according to the above criteria. Find it at the end of this issue!

Here’s how we will enter and exit a trade using this strategy:

Trade Entry & Exit

1) Once a stock is shortlisted, check its chart at 3:00 p.m. on a 30-minute timeframe. Trade can be taken in the last 30 minutes.
2) The last candle should be closing near the day’s high.
3) Stop loss can be placed at the low of the last candle.
4) A minimum risk-to-reward ratio of 1:2 should be in place.
5) Exit the stock in the first hour of opening, whenever the target or stop loss is achieved. If the target or stop loss is not triggered, exit within 1 hour of close.

This strategy can be used on a 15-min timeframe as well. However, a 30-minute timeframe is the most suitable.

Example - Long Trade in BEL (30-min timeframe)

As per the screener (link at the end of the issue), we shortlisted the chart of BEL (Bharat Electronics) on a 30-minute timeframe. The price was forming a high and volumes were positive. Entering within the last 15 minutes, the stock gave a risk-to-reward of 1:4!

BEL (30-min)

We tried looking for such stocks ourselves - keep reading to find out what we got!

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3 stocks to watch tomorrow

We looked for stocks with the above criteria and found the following 3:

  1. WABAG (VA Tech Wabag Ltd.)

  2. PIXTRANS (Pix Transmissions Ltd.)

  3. ATGL (Adani Total Gas Ltd.)

Let’s see if the above 3 give the expected results tomorrow! We’ll reveal it in our next issue

Your scanner for tomorrow

We created a scanner that will help you shortlist stocks daily as per the criteria of the strategy. You can also tweak it as per your style if needed!

Note that we are not SEBI-registered advisors and none of the above stocks are intended as recommendations. Do your own due diligence before trading/investing.

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