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Have you ever burnt your finger in Equity Market??

Have you ever lost more than 50% of your trading capital in equity market??
Not able to cut Losses?? Not able to book profits??
Still holding on to losing trades??
Tired of Making Losses and feel stock market is not your cup of tea??

New to the stock market, want to learn the basics!!

“Golden Trading Rules only for Professional Traders not for Investors”

We strongly recommend to investors that they should not invest directly into share market a major part of their portfolio money and it is advisable to invest through SIP mode of Mutual Fund.

Even though if someone would like to invest/trade in share market, here are some of the important trading rules which should be kept in mind while trading. Take a print out and tack it on your desk.

Never risk more than 5% of your Trading Capital in a single trade.

Define the risk per trade. The loss should be limited to risk bearing capacity.

Always use stop loss orders….always...always...always, don’t forget (You should know your spot loss whenever trade starts going against you).

Don’t trade if you feel your stop loss will be easily hit.

Never let a profit run into a loss. Greed kills a trader!! Book partial profits on a regular basis.

A part of money earned from successful trades should be placed in a separate account and should be invested into different securities like Mutual Funds (Debt + Equity), bank deposits and fixed deposit’s according to your risk appetite.

Trade only in good quality Large & Mid cap stocks (e.g. Nifty 50 stocks).

Never do overtrading. Trade within your pre-defined limits.

Don't enter a trade if you are unsure of the trend.

When in doubt, get out, and don't get in when in doubt.

Don’t try to average lose making transaction.

Never get out of the market because you have lost patience, or get in because you are anxiously waiting.

Avoid taking small profits and large losses.

Never cancel a stop loss after you have placed it.

Avoid getting in and out of the market too soon.

Be willing to make money from both sides of the market.

Never buy or sell just because the price is low or high.

Avoid trading after long periods of success or failure.

Don't try to guess tops or bottoms.

Don't follow a blind man's advice.

When you lose don’t blame it on luck. Trading is not gambling nor is it a game of LUCK!!

Trading is a specialization which takes into account & interprets hundreds of factors which influence stock price movements. Trading without basic knowledge of technical/fundamental analysis, functioning of stock market, macro economy, global & local factors affecting stock market is as risky as doing anything else that you do not have knowledge about such as

“Driving a CAR” or “Flying an Aircraft”.


I have had never invested money in equity. However, I have been advised to start investing money in equities by Mutual Fund SIP. Now I know, how to take advantage from the equity as an asset class. Thanks for the great advice.

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“Thanks for the great service. I didn’t know anything about investing until I called Fcafe.You made it seem easy.”

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Jasvinder Singh- Head- India & South-east Asia

Though my comfort in handling technicalities involved in financial domain has always been my forte in the past, Financial Café has helped me develop new insight about the financial planning. Indeed, Financial Café is perfectly suited for all individuals, who seriously believe in shaping the future.

Manoj Verma- Vice president- Sales

The simplicity & clarity in the approach adopted by financial café is remarkable. Their step-up approach is very pragmatic and easy to implement. I found portfolio rebalancing generating better returns as you put more money in equity when share market are lower level and withdraw money when markets are at their peak.

CA. Sachin Gupta

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