Beginners Guide to Identify Multibaggers Stocks - Learn and Earn!
Updated: Aug 30, 2021
Most people think that becoming rich is a reserved privilege for Warren Buffett or Rakesh Jhunjhunwala.
Normal people like us often struggle to identify a proper investment technique and spend all our earnings on unnecessary things.
I am willing to bet that you will have many multi-baggers in your portfolio if you follow the Dow Theory concept for a few years.
When it comes to investing, there are two schools of thought:
Fundamental Analysis and
Fundamentalists are more concerned about the company's management, various products, Sales, Price to earnings ratio, Balance sheet, Cash flow, Debt to equity ratio, etc. Broadly they are concerned about qualitative as well as quantitative aspects of the Company analysis.
Technical Analysts consider the analysis of past behavior of prices to interpret their study. They believe that the price contains all the information, and it's enough to analyze the price chart.
I belong to the technical analysis category. I will give a simple technique so that anyone can start investing immediately after reading this post.
Charles Dow wrote a series of Wall Street Journal editorials from 1900 until the time of his death. As per Dow, all market-related information – past, present, and even future is discounted and reflects on the charts.
As per Dow, market movements can be divided into three types, and at any time, the price is the combination of any of these three types. These three types are:
An Uptrend consists of series of Higher Lows (HL) and Higher Highs (HH) as shown in the above image. We can say, the price is in an uptrend until it keeps making HL and HH.
Image-2 and Image-3 are the two examples of uptrend stocks.
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A Downtrend consists of series of Lower Lows (LL) and Lower Highs (LH) as shown in the above image. We can say, the price is in a downtrend until it keeps making LL and LH.
Image-5 and Image-6 are the two examples of downtrend scrips.
When the price starts making the same Lows and same Highs, it can be recognized as a sideways trend.