This is a post for Capital Mind Premium subscribers. We’ve now done two lessons on Technical Analysis: An Introduction to Technical Analysis, Supports and Resistances The concept of Moving Averages Today, let’s look at indicators and basic trading logic. We …

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This is a post for Capital Mind Premium subscribers. The Trade Balance has important graphs that you must not miss. In one, we’ll see that export and import growth in dollar terms shows that trade has SHRUNK over last year, …

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This is a post for Capital Mind Premium subscribers. How does one figure out which options to buy or sell? Each stock has calls and puts, different strike prices, different lot sizes. You don’t know what makes more sense to …

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Markets ride high as the Nifty goes up another 1% today on what seems to be fumes. It just doesn’t want to go down. In 2007, I had that feeling. That weird feeling that said the market has an artificial …

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We have a brilliant addition to Capital Mind Premium, in the form of the legendary Mohit Satyanand. Mohit is a good friend and I admire him greatly. He has the uncanny ability to identify stocks both on the long and …

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This is the first edition of the Big Mo Corner, by Mohit Satyanand. We are all macro-economists I got into equities due to an accident of history. My father had been a passive investor in equities since the 1960s. In …

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Infosys results have become less relevant than they used to be. A few key things about their results, in charts. Revenues are Down, Profits are Massively Up Profit growth went above 26% over last year. However, revenues suck. P/E Still …

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After a +5.7% Wholesale Price Index (WPI) Inflation number , the Consumer Price Inflation (CPI) number has come in at 8.31% for March 2014. This is not too bad, but it is a definite change in direction from the numbers …

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The Wholesale Price Index (WPI) for March 2014 shows an inflation of 5.7%, a sudden jump from February’s (now revised) 4.68%. You will notice that the blue line dipped a bit. Last year, inflation dipped between March and May (2013) …

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India’s Exports and Import data for March 2013 tell us a story in data: With imports going up to 40 billion dollars in March, the deficit for March widened to $10.5bn, marginally higher than last year. Month to Month changes …

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