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  1. NAVIN said:

    SIR HOW IS OPENING RANGE BRECKOUT SYSTEM IN INTRADAY TRADING

    November 18, 2013
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  2. shrikanthiyer said:

    Interested in your TA course. Can u pls send me the venue/fees/duration + other required details on my mail.
    Tks

    September 11, 2013
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  3. Kumar Shantanu said:

    Sir, I have gone through many of your articles.. I have always seen you advising not to trade in options. Is it possible to develop a trading system for options trading. Why do option price surge or reduce by high percentage of 150 to 200% ( sometimes even more than that). Normally we see options defines the range of market. Trader buying in option contracts overall just keep on loosing money. Few trades are successful but ultimate result is always losses. How does a trading system defines the mentality of all traders?

    July 21, 2013
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    • Bramesh said:

      Dear Shantanu,

      Options premium are based on value of underlying,IV,Historical Volatility and Time vale from expiry. As we know its very difficult to time the market on consistent basis and for the same reason I was never interested in developing a system for trading in Options.Remaining this=ngs we will discuss in our trading classes.

      Rgds,
      Bramesh

      July 22, 2013
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  4. Horizon said:

    please share your mechanical trading system for benefit of all.
    Rgds.

    May 13, 2013
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  5. Vilas Naik said:

    Sir,for the last three months I am trading in option.I follow Candlesticks,Bollinger bands for day trading.Most of the trades are failed because I bought at resistance and sold at support.I draw candlesticks of option premiums.Most of the time I got profit by this method.Will you please advice for consistancy in profit. Thanks.

    April 15, 2013
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    • Bramesh said:

      Dear Vilas,

      I belive on trading on mechanical systems, I trade/teach the same.

      Rgds,
      Bramesh

      April 15, 2013
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  6. Chandra said:

    Dear Bramesh,
    Truth is bitter, sometimes. To accept the truth as it is is also difficult for human brains.
    While machines can work to a system, humans(95%) can not. This human element is what adds to the trading making it lively. Some quit after failures. But there are always newer ones joining the stream to give benefit to the 5%(should it be less, still?).
    Survival of the fittest is inevitable, as much anti-social as it may sound.

    February 9, 2013
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    • Bramesh said:

      Thanks for sharing your thought process. I second your view.

      Rgds,
      Bramesh

      February 11, 2013
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  7. Narendra said:

    Jai ho Bramesh baba, that was nice, eye opener article

    February 9, 2013
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    • Bramesh said:

      Thanks Narendraji :)

      Rgds,
      Bramesh

      February 11, 2013
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