There are different strategies for investing in the stock market and equally varied types of investors/traders.
For me, the momentum swing trading strategy appealed the most initially, but now I have shifted to a more holistic trend following strategy.
In this NEPSE Trading Journey Series, I will document every detail of my entire trading journey in NEPSE, starting from my very first trade.
One: My First Ever Investment in NEPSE – Laxmi Unnati Kosh
Two: How I profited almost 300% from two IPOs in exactly a month
Three: I made a 15% profit in 15 days buying this stock in NEPSE
Four: I rode the Hydropower trend late but I profited anyway (Luckily)
Five: My first trading loss in NEPSE
Six: NEPSE might go on correction: Why I emptied my portfolio by selling a profitable stock
Seven: NEPSE broke an all-time high record; I booked a profit
Eight: I suffered my Biggest Losses When NEPSE was rising and This is What I learned
Nine: Another Big Loss and an Even Bigger Lesson
Ten: 257% Profit in MEN and 650% Profit in PLI
Eleven: 6% Loss in HGI and 9% Loss in CHL
Twelve: 15% Profit in FMDBL and 15% Profit in MLBL
Thirteen: Biggest IPO, Bigger Surprises: This Is Where I Sold NIFRA
Fourteen: My First Stock Averaging in NEPSE: Readding on BFC Stock
Fifteen: This Is Why I Bought RHPC
Sixteen: IPO Profit: 8,240% Profit in Jyoti Life Insurance (JLI)
Seventeen: 35% Profit in RHPC: A Result of Stock Averaging and Chart Analysis
Eighteen: 35% Profit in BFC After Averaging but the Stock Is Still Rising
At this point, I decided to revise my trading strategy. I explain why I decide to do this in the article that explains my new strategy.
My Revised Trading Strategy (With Explanation About Why I Had to Change it)
Hence, this is when we should probably move to the next investing season, don’t you think?
One: Bought GUFL, Stop Loss Violated But I’m Still Holding (Result of Fucked Up Trading Discipline)
Two: I Narrowly Escaped Bloodbath in SADBL Thanks to My Stop-Loss
Three: Bought SSHL Inside Accumulation Zone
Four: Got Stopped Out of SSHL at 4.68% Loss
Five: I bought NICA at Rs. 696 and sold it at the very bottom, smh