Nithin Kumar

@rudeCrude

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date_rangeJoined Aug 2019
Love trading as my passion.. My niche area of focus would be positional / short term trades..
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Nithin Kumar @rudeCrude
Today 3:32 PM

@mathancn Your prediction was almost right at a gap of 100 points. The low of 19th was 4099.
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Today 3:27 PM

Okay.. Sorry for wrong tag.
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Today 3:25 PM
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Today 3:20 PM

*ignore has
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Today 3:19 PM

On the other forum in FP, I remember @ygtrader has telling "Market discounts everything over a period of time"
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Today 3:18 PM

Agree your point when we are able to keep the least possible SL as you said... But, Instead of the conditions war like conditions, crude seems to be running around an average. Hope you have seen my last 3 month sheet shared on 6th Sept, we can pull a lot of insights from it. @mat...
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Today 3:02 PM

My research is much more deeper based on the broker's margin to buy / sell of a crude future. You can see my last message. I suppose we can mint money out of that difference as well. Not sure of, have to test anyways.
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Today 2:57 PM

Cool Enough.. Thanks.
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Today 1:19 PM

Adding a last query.. Did anyone try to hedge based on the discount price of a crude future given by the broker?
100 points - 10,000
But, Buy / Sell a Crude Future at 4000, an amount near Rs. 40000 will be locked from your capital (i.e.. Broker takes only Rs. 10 against 1 point o...
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Yesterday 4:33 AM

Yes Madam.. I feel one leg of the hedge will always be profitable even if we carry both. Other one the other day.
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Yesterday 2:09 AM

Actually, I feel hedging would work better positional trades, where the held positions may continue for more than a day.
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Yesterday 2:06 AM

@red No issues.. I can make out from the above discussion. Anyone else can respond if more info is required.
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Nithin Kumar @rudeCrude
Yesterday 2:02 AM

Welcome
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Yesterday 1:53 AM

@red Hope you are aware of crude options, as well. Any idea about strike price difference and CE / PE for hedging??
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Yesterday 1:43 AM

Untill it gets released again..
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Yesterday 1:42 AM

However, Margin getting blocked wouldn't be a problem for die-hard fans of Crude, like me. 😂
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Yesterday 1:40 AM

Yes.. Now, got the point. Thanks a lot @red
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Yesterday 1:34 AM

Nice info.. But, What do you mean by "blocked"?
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Yesterday 1:29 AM

@mathancn if one hedges in such a one way market, I think the loss position to be carried for next day..
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Yesterday 1:26 AM

@red Great.. Why don't we hedge same expiry lot.. One in Intraday and another in Carryforward.. It may help during choppy market days, right??