Top 5 Strategies on When to Buy Sell Stocks | CA Rachana Ranade

I’m sure that most of us get confused regarding timing an entry or exit in a particular stock or in the market. Do remember that don’t always try to time the market as there is lot of time in the market! However, if you need some basic guidance regarding possible entry and exit points, this video will surely solve the purpose!

What is covered?
00:00- Start
00:28 – Introduction
00:59 – What are Candlestick patterns
01:19 – What is a Morningstar pattern
02:59 – What is an Eveningstar pattern
05:29 – What is the Head & Shoulder pattern
07:43 – What is Reverse Head & Shoulder
09:14 – What are Pivot Points
13:37 – What is RSI
17:01 – How to interpret Pivot Points + RSI + Volume
21:27 – Conclusion

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  1. I am trying to avoid making any new buys at this point in other not to get sucked into a bear market trap. It's tough making money in stocks when institutional investors are the driving force behind the selling.. although I read an article about people that grossed profits up to $150k during this crash, what are the best stocks to buy now or put on a watchlist?

  2. Wall Street pitched so-called quality stocks with high profitability and low debt, as a kind of insurance against whatever the economy might throw at you. Quality stocks have underperformed the S&P500 this year, My $400k portfolio is down by approximately 20 %, any recommendations to scale up my ROI before retirement will be highly appreciated.

  3. My spouse and I are adding a variety of stocks/ETF to my present holdings for the long term, We've set aside $250k to start following inflation-indexed bonds and stocks of companies with solid cash flows, I believe it is a good time to capitalize on the market for long-term gains, but it wouldn't hurt to know means of actualizing short term profit.

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