Following are the list of threads of mudraa members who does not only give us fish but also help us to know how to catch it---
19.All the threads of Paresh Sir
26.All the threads of Nitin Sir
37.http://www.mudraa.com/trading/56917/0/om-sai-ram-shrikant-.html(For blessings of BABA)38.http://www.mudraa.com/trading/152459/0/level-of-any-scripts-lllllllllllllllllllll-hemant-.html39.http://www.mudraa.com/trading/179183/0/bank-nifty-positional-paper-trades-only-for-learning.html40.http://www.mudraa.com/trading/166550/0/power-of-option-writing-with-5-lac-capital-v1.html41.Hemant sir's threads for fitness,health maintanance & learning purpose.42.http://www.mudraa.com/trading/180266/0/1-week-16-calls-all-given-profit.html43.http://www.mudraa.com/trading/167480/0/calls-summary-march-seriessai-nath.html44.http://www.mudraa.com/trading/174332/0/what-does-nifty-options-data-tell-us.html45.http://www.mudraa.com/trading/179830/0/unbelievable-tgt-15-in-jpa-dont-be-shock-strict-sl-50.html46.http://www.mudraa.com/trading/172677/0/various-ema-macd-rsialerts.html47.Marshall Sir for excellent collection of photography.48.http://www.mudraa.com/trading/77283/0/real-magic-for-you-rajesh-jindal-.html49.Menon sir's threads.50.http://www.mudraa.com/trading/181140/0/twelve-stocks-in-focus-in-friday-morning-trade.html51.http://www.mudraa.com/trading/169484/0/nifty-closing-todayonly-for-observation-.html
Friends,I know that still there are so many heroes who have been really working hard for the benefit of mudraa family.In next part I will try to cover their threads.Today I really feel that I am real crorepati.Thanks to all dedicated friends.Jay SaiRam.
Venkatesh sir,you are doing a good job for mudraa family.Thanks & keep it up.
Mudraa friends are requsted to post something that they find during the review of above mentioned threads, so that one can use it in practical trading. For example thread of Sudheerji regarding 8/34 ema is very useful for that traders who do not have much knowledge about technical indicators. Please participate to make available maximum benefit of this KHAJANA.Jay SaiRam.
Friends, now it is a time to use this in practical trading.As per stock market rule, a knowledge that can not convert in money is useless.Please share it.Jay SaiRam.
Now it is a time of pair trading trade.We can do this with the help of RSI and slow stochastics, which indicates overbought and oversold zone.Jay SaiRam.
For pair trading we can use finance. * .com,'s chart for comparision of two stocks at a time for the period of intraday as well as 5 to 30 days.Jay SaiRam.
Finance.y a h o o .com
Friends, Rajkumarji are going to close his pair trading thread which has given profit of more than 1 lac in one month.Atleast we should try to learn from this issue that we must have our own formula.Although I request Rajkumarji to be continued for the sake of small traders.Jay SaiRam.
With the help of bollinger band & O% line,one can do pair trading?
Dilip ji, this is an era of option trading and pair tradinh.When we start to earn lots of money, our level of confidence increases.My target is to find formula with minimum whipsaws in option and pair trading.Thanks.Jay SaiRam.
Useful to enter & exit the trade?(Copy paste from one of the friends notes)
I think chart of market calls.in(With live buy-sell signals) may be useful for pair trading to find MEAN time.
Good Morning-Jay SaiRam.
Jamnagar also known as “Chhoti Kashi” has something to cheer about with its record-setting `Shri Bala Hanuman’ temple located near Lakhota Lake in the heart of Jamnagar city. Its Akhand Ram Dhun today completes 45 years of non-stop recital.
This record of Ram dhun began on the very day when the temple was consecrated on August 1,1964 by late Sant Prembhikshuji Maharaj at 7.30pm. It was the maharaj and his handful of devotes who uttered the famous first line of akhand Ram dhun “Shri Ram Jay Ram Jay Jay Ram” in the first ever utterances during its never ending marathon journey.
Akhand Ram dhun after completing its 45th year today evening is entering its 46th year tomorrow(August 1, 2009).
Singing paeans of Lord Ram also involves mind-boggling statistics. From the day it started on August 1,1964 until the end of Friday today it has been recited incessantly 47,30,40,000 times in a span of 16,435 days totalling 45 years.
Twice the Shri Bala Hanuman temple found its pride of place in the Guinness Book of Records during 1982 and 1988 for this achievement.
It is amazing that in a minute where 20 dhuns are sung by the ever rotating assembly of devotees works out to be 1,200 in an hour and 28,800 in a day spiraling to 1,05,12,000 in 365 days or 47,30,40,000 in 45 years to the end of this day.
What is indeed surprising is that the Ram dhun had never ceased even during natural calamities like cyclones, famine or earthquakes or during wars.
The Bala Hanuman temple`s trustee Jaysukhbhai Gusani said that the ‘Maha aarti’ will be of 46 lamps to be lit later tomorrow evening (August 1, 2009) to commemorate the non-stop singing of Ram dhun as it enters its 46th year.
He said with Maharajshri`s blessings the Akhand Ram dhun continues in other cities as well like Porbandar where it began on May 12, 1967, Dwarka(December 12,1967), Muzzaffarpur in Bihar (January 20,1976), Rajkot(April 22,1984), Junagadh(August 15,1996) and in Mahuva of Bhavnagar district(April 22,1997).
Wonders of Akhand Ram Dhun
01-8-1964…………………………. Akhand Ram Dhun started
31-7-2009…………………………. Ram Dhun completes 45th year
01-8-2009…………………………. Enters 46th year
16,435 dhuns……………………….At end of its 45th year.
3,94,440………………………….. Hours completed in 45 years
2,36,66,400………………………. Total minutes in 45 years
20 dhuns…………………………….Sung in one minute.
1200 dhuns…………. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,in one hour.
28,800 dhuns …………,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,in one day
01,05,12,000 dhuns………………in one year
47,30,40,000dhuns ………………sung in 45 years as on the end of July 30, 2009
Guinness Book of World Record acknowledged this achievement twice in 1982 and 1988
Even during war, cyclones,famine, earthquake dhun never stopped
Williams %R Indicator
It shows the relationship of the close relative to the high-low range over a set period of time.
Calculation of the Williams %R
Typically, Williams %R is calculated using 14 periods and can be used on intraday, daily, weekly or monthly data. The time frame and number of periods will likely vary according to desired sensitivity and the characteristics of the individual security.
The scale ranges from 0 to -100 with readings from 0 to -20 considered overbought, and readings from -80 to -100 considered oversold.
Each price is a consensus of value among traders. The recent high range shows the bulls or buyers maximum power. The low of the recent range reflects the maximum power of the bears during that trading range. The most important consensus is as always the closing price.
Williams %R compares each closing price to the recent range indicating whether bulls can close the price near the top of the range, or bears can close the market at the bottom of the price.
Price may be pushed higher or lower during the day but the Williams %R will indicate which group is actually capable of closing the market.
If bulls cannot close the market near the top of a rally they are weaker than they seem and this creates a shorting opportunity. If bears cannot close the market near the lows during a decline then they are weaker than they appear and this creates a buying opportunity.
Divergences between price and Williams %R rarely occur, when they do these divergences identify the best trading opportunities using Williams %R.
More on the Williams %R
It is important to remember that overbought does not necessarily imply time to sell, and oversold does not necessarily imply time to buy. A security can be in a downtrend, become oversold and remain oversold as the price continues to trend lower. Once a security becomes overbought or oversold, traders should wait for a signal that a price reversal has occurred.
As always, price reversal confirmation can also be accomplished by using other indicators or aspects of technical analysis with Williams %R.
One method of using Williams %R might be to identify the underlying trend and then look for trading opportunities in the direction of the trend. In an uptrend, traders may look to oversold readings to establish long positions. In a downtrend, traders may look to overbought readings to establish short positions.