शेयर बाजार में शेर कैसे ढूढ़ते हैं? सीखें Relative Strength technique with Premal Parekh

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Premal has been actively trading the markets for the last 18 Years. Initially using Technical Analysis from 2002 scaled up on using “Relative Strength” theory from 2008 and Advanced adaptive RS techniques as on date. An avid reader of Psychology to better understand Market Economics has regularly featured on several TV channels guiding many on their stock investments.

This video explains how to use the Relative Strength (RS) method to locate stocks on the stock market. An accomplished investor named Premal Parekh is a buddy of speaker Vivek Bajaj. Vivek Bajaj asks Premal Parekh about his stock market experience at the beginning of the video. According to Premal Parekh, he has been profitable and attributes his achievements to the Relative Strength (RS) method. He explains that after filtering equities with a scanner, he chooses which ones are the best fits for admission.

Vivek Bajaj continues by providing a more thorough explanation of the RS approach. According to him, one technique for comparing a stock's performance to that of the market as a whole is the RS technique. A stock that has a high relative strength (RS) is outperforming the market; conversely, a stock that has a low RS is underperforming.

Then, Vivek Bajaj demonstrates how to apply the RS method to determine which stocks have the potential to rise in value. After identifying stocks with a high RS using a stock screener, he searches for further indicators that the stock is a wise purchase.


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Premal Parekh

Premal has been actively trading the markets for the last 18 Years. Initially using Technical Analysis from 2002 scaled up on using “Relative Strength” theory from 2008 and Advanced adaptive RS techniques as on date. An avid reader of Psychology to better understand Market Economics has regularly featured on several TV channels guiding many on their stock investments.
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