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Trading Strategy For 29th Oct’2013

What is the best investment strategy to get consistent high returns?

Are you sick of losing money on the stock market? Or are you too scared to even put your money into the stock market? Would you believe me if I said I could show you an investment strategy that could produce huge returns with zero risk? What about if I said that never again will you need to worry about losing your hard-earned money on the stock market? Would that give you the confidence to start investing your money into the markets? Let me explain to you why this is the best investment strategy available and why for financial advisor hasn’t told you about it. The reason why you haven’t been able to achieve consistent high returns on your investment is because you aren’t playing by the same rules as the professional investors. Unfortunately, the financial system is not designed to the personal investor rich. It is designed to make your financial advisor rich thanks to all of your fees. Most financial planning/retirement firms aren’t even run by successful investors. They may be good business people, but how does that help you. Maybe you should invest in their business rather than the shares that they recommend. If you want to become a successful investor, you may need to buck the trends and actually understands investing. I’m not talking about contrarian investing or doing crazy things, all I mean is that in order to be successful, you are going to need to step outside your comfort zone and realize why you haven’t achieved the success that you want. Could you imagine how your life would be if you could harness the power of investing? What would $50,000 of passive income per year allow you to do? What about $100,000? Would you quit your job, would you travel the world? Once you have mastered the stock market, all you need is a laptop and an internet connection, so the world can be your office. So let me share with you the… Best Investment Strategy to Get Consistent High Returns Did you know that you can insure your shares? Let me explain. When you buy a car the first thing you do is buy insurance. Why? If you crash your car, you don’t lose money. Well, you can do the exact same thing with your shares. If you are worried about your shares ‘crashing’ then you can simply insure them and if they do crash you won’t lose any money. The questions that most people ask after hearing this is Why didn’t my financial advisor tell me about this? If probably isn’t their fault. Not because this is an advanced strategy, far from it. Simply because most financial planners either don’t know this strategy themselves (because it isn’t taught at finance school) or because they simply aren’t allowed to offer that type of advice. You see, there are often strict rules as to what kind of advice they can give (this often relates to what type of commission they receive). So if you did use this strategy, imagine how much confidence you would have to put your money into the market. Or even use some form of leverage and increase your returns dramatically. Without the risk of losing anything, do you think you may be able to get the courage to invest your hard-earned money? So if you really are dedicated to finding out more about the best investment strategy in the world. What are your options? Well it is pretty clear that your advisor is not the place to start, although it would make for a fun conversation to ask them “why they didn’t tell you about this strategy before the GFC?” If you want to be a successful, then I think the next step is obvious. Do some research, grow your knowledge. The only way you will be able to achieve consistent high returns and live the life of your dreams is if you learn the secret investment strategies that all the professional investors are already using.

nifty future Last close 6151.55

 Nifty closed down 43.80 points at 6101.10 while Nifty future closed at 6107.05, premium of 4.20 points. FIIs bought in Cash, net buy 636.78 Crore, while DIIs sold in Cash, net sell 902.68 Crore. FIIs sold in Index Option, Stock future but bought in Index future, net sell 1057.03 Crore!

 Yesterday FIIs bought 126201 contracts of Index futures and sold 122767 contracts of Index futures which come to net buy of 3434 contracts worth 3434 crores with net open interest increasing by 8126 contracts.

 Considering all above facts, it seems that FIIs again shorted Index futures for the fourth straight trading session!

Today, Nifty future will witness extreme volatility. The view of the policy today is that there will be a 25 bps hike in the repo rate and 25 bps cut in the MSF. So, it will be a non-event. Now the only risk is if the RBI hikes repo rate by 50 bps and does not cut the MSF, then that is the only scenario in which the market will respond to the monetary policy. F&O expiry is due on Thursday and thus volatility may be seen. Global cues, quarterly results and today’s RBI’s monetary policy will be watched carefully for further market moves!

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