Sunday, August 28, 2016

How to make $30 a month with Swagbucks in 5 minutes a day.

How to make $30 a month with Swagbucks in 5 minutes a day.

By 5 minutes I am referring to the time it takes to do the NOSO and the Daily poll, as well as start the video playing apps but am not including the time it takes to watch the videos because once they are on you can place your device anywhere and they will play with little need for you to actually spend time watching them (although they do get paused now and again so make sure to check on them from time to time) .
Once downloaded use the toolbar one time a day for one point.
1×3o=3o Swag Bucks
If you join Bing Rewards right now they are offering a 500 Swagbuck code for 475 points. On average you can earn 16 Bing Rewards per day.
16x 30= 480 which converts to 500 Swag Bucks
1×30=30 Swag Bucks
2×30=60 Swag Bucks
You need to download the Swagbucks toolbar or make the Swagbucks homepage your homepage or do both (I do both). Then  use these for entering all your online searches and  you can randomly win Swag Bucks. I earn anywhere from 100 to 200+ points a week this way.
100X4= 400 Swag Bucks (on average)
These short films run continuously and allow you to earn 40 points per day (my previous Swagbucks earning plans say 50 but it dropped recently to 40) . Warning they do sometimes pause so you will have to check on your device from time to time to make sure they are still streaming.
40x 30 = 1200 Swag Bucks

Saturday, August 27, 2016


Are you upset due to ban in torrent sites in India?

Do you like to watch movies online?

Searching for a website where all new release from across the world is available in one place?

Don't worry your search will end here. You can watch all movies in below damn website.

 I am not sure who is running this website and whether it is legitimate. 

All Hollywood and Bollywood movies are available here after few days of their releases. 

Just enjoy the movies until some agency ban it and send its owner behind the bar.

Make Money Online

Make money online

Today I was just looking for some online job if I can make money in my spare time or something for my wife to do when she is free at home.
I visited many websites and found different types of jobs like online survey job, typing, data entry captcha typing etc.,

After 2 hours search, I realized either online jobs are scams or extremely difficult to make money. People can make money online but they have to work for hours to get pennies. However I found one interesting portal where one can easily make money. Let me correct myself, one can make money with less difficulties and it is legitimate.

Swagbucks is a site that allows you to earn cash/rewards in a variety of ways.

They’re Legit

Because of the nature of sites like this, there are always people quickly labeling things a scam. I was also afraid but after googling it. I did not found a single negative review
And I just want to set the record straight that it is not a scam.
Here are my reasons why they are legit:
To signup on this site click here
  • The company began in 2005, so they have been around a LONG time in internet years.
  • They have 1,800,000 Facebook fans (that’s got to say something).
  • People have received multiple paypal payments from them as well as Amazon gift cards.  To me the #1 thing that makes a scam is something that takes your money, and these guys definitely pay.

6 Ways To Earn Cash/Rewards

Swagbucks are the “currency” that the site uses which are essentially worth 1 penny each depending on which cash out option you choose.  There are tons of ways to earn Swagbucks – but these are the top ones:

1. Shopping Via Their Site

You can go to and then click to your favorite store in order to earn rewards.  They pay out swagbucks for every dollar that you spend at any of the stores they offer.

As you can see above pays out 3 swagbucks per dollar spent.  So a $100 purchase at Amazon would yield 300 swagbucks – essentially 3% cashback on your purchase just for clicking their link before going to Amazon.
If this sounds too good to be true, it isn’t.  The reason they can do this is because Amazon pays them a commission for people they refer and they are just passing some of that referral fee to us.

2. Searching The Internet

You can earn by just using their search engine instead of Bing, Google, or Yahoo.

Their search engine is actually powered by Yahoo, so you should be seeing the same results you would see if you used the Yahoo search bar.  The earnings per search appear to be random, so you never know exactly how many you earn for each search, but either way the best way to utilize this is to:
  1. Make it the default search engine in your browser
  2. Install their browser extension
If you do this, then you won’t have to think about it at all and will be earning all day long as you search the internet.

3. Taking Surveys

This is probably the quickest way to earn a lot of Swagbucks.  It looks like you could earn up to $9/hour doing this.  They have a bunch of surveys that pay about 300 swagbucks and take about 20 minutes.  If you can complete them in less than 20 minutes you may be doing even better.

4. Watching Videos

Yep, believe it or not they will pay you to watch videos.

They have these main categories for you to watch:
  • Entertainment
  • Health
  • Food
  • Music
  • News
  • Home & Garden
  • Pets & Travel
As much as some folks dream of watching TV for a living, that probably won’t happen with this as they limit you to earning only 150 per day.

6. Refer friends and you will get 10% of your earning.

If you want to give a try to this website. Please click at below link and sign up. It is very easy just udpate your email id and generate password. 

It is very simple you join from my referral link and I will refer you to better survey and will share ideas to earn more

Cashing Out

So once you have earned some swagbucks, you can cash them out.  The best deal going (IMO) is a $5 Amazon gift card for 450 swagbucks.  At this rate your swagbucks are worth more than 1 cent each.
But there are tons of different gift cards or other rewards you can get, including cash via a Paypal transfer.

Final Thoughts

I think anyone can benefit from signing up with Swagbucks, even if all use is their search feature, you will be slowly but surely be earning and getting some cash/rewards each year that you otherwise wouldn’t.
For teenagers wanting to make some money, or Stay at home moms, I think using some of the methods listed above, you could make a little extra cash on the side.  While taking surveys all day isn’t glamourous, it sure beats digging ditches for minimum wage 😉

Wednesday, February 1, 2012


Once upon a time in a village, a man appeared and announced to the villagers that he would buy monkeys for Rs10.

The villagers started catching the monkeys.

The man bought thousands of monkeys at Rs10 and as supply started to diminish, the villagers stopped their effort. He further announced that he would now buy at Rs20. This renewed the efforts of the villagers and they started catching monkeys again.

Soon the supply diminished even further and people started going back to their farms. The offer rate increased to Rs25 and the supply of monkeys became so little that it was an effort to even see a monkey, let alone catch it!

The man now announced that he would buy monkeys at Rs50! However, since he had to go to the city on some business, his assistant would now buy on behalf of him.

In the absence of the man, the assistant told the villagers "Look at all these monkeys in the big cage that the man has collected. I will sell them to you at Rs35 and when the man returns from the city, you can sell it to him for Rs50."

The villagers squeezed up with all their savings and bought all the monkeys.

Then they never saw the man nor his assistant, only monkeys everywhere!!!

Welcome to the "Stock" Market!!!! ;)

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Stop Loss.............insurence policy for your stocks

What is Stop Loss?

A stop loss is an order to buy (or sell) a security once the price of the security climbed above (or dropped below) a specified stop price. When the specified stop price is reached, the stop order is entered as a market order (no limit) or a limit order (fixed or pre-determined price).
With a stop order, the trader does not have to actively monitor how a stock is performing. However because the order is triggered automatically when the stop price is reached, the stop price could be activated by a short-term fluctuation in a security's price. Once the stop price is reached, the stop order becomes a market order or a limit order.
In a fast-moving volatile market, the price at which the trade is executed may be much different from the stop price in the case of a market order. Alternatively in the case of a limit order the trade may or may not get executed at all. This happens when there are no buyers or sellers available at the limit price.
Types of Stop Loss order

1) Stop Loss Limit Order
A stop loss limit order is an order to buy a security at no more (or sell at no less) than a specified limit price. This gives the trader some control over the price at which the trade is executed, but may prevent the order from being executed.

stop loss buy limit order can only be executed by the exchange at the limit price or lower. For example, if an trader is short and wants to protect his short position but doesn't want to pay more than Rs.100 for the stock, the investor can place a stop loss buy limit order to buy the stock at any price up to Rs.100. By entering a limit order rather than a market order, the investor will not be caught buying the stock at Rs.110 if the price rises sharply.

Alternatively a
stop loss sell limit order can only be executed at the limit price or higher.

Advantages and disadvantages of the stop loss limit order
The main advantage of a stop loss limit order is that the trader has total control over the price at which the order is executed. The main disadvantage of the stop loss limit order is that in a fast moving volatile market your stop loss order may not get executed if there are no buyers/sellers at the limit price.
2) Stop Loss Market Order
A stop loss market order is an order to buy (or sell) a security once the price of the security climbed above (or dropped below) a specified stop price. When the specified stop price is reached, the stop order is entered as a market order (no limit). In other words a stop loss market order is a order to buy or sell a security at the current market price prevailing at the time the stop order is triggered. This type of stop loss order gives the trader no control over the price at which the trade will be executed.

sell stop market order is a order to sell at the best available price after the price goes below the stop price. A sell stop price is always below the current market price. For example, if an trader holds a stock currently valued at Rs.100 and is worried that the value may drop, he/she can place a sell stop order at Rs.90. If the share price drops to Rs.90, the exchange will sell the order at the next available price. This can limit the traders losses (if the stop price is at or below the purchase price) or lock in some of the profits.

buy stop market order is typically used to limit a loss (or to protect an existing profit) on a short sale. A buy stop price is always above the current market price. For example, if an trader sells a stock short hoping the stock price goes down in order to book profits at a lower price, the trader may use a buy stop order to protect himself against losses if the price goes too high.

Advantages and disadvantages of the stop loss market order

The main advantage of a stop loss market order is that the stop loss order will always get executed. The main disadvantage of the stop loss market is that the trader has no control over the price at which the transaction is executed.
Stop loss orders are great insurance policies that cost you nothing and can save you a fortune. Unless you plan to hold a stock forever, you should consider using them to protect yourself.


Short Selling
Profit from Short selling the Indian Futures Markets

What differentiates futures traders for most ordinary investors is the fact that most of them are as likely to sell a market as they are to buy it. Unlike many equities strategies that focus only on advancing markets, in futures you can just as easily make money if prices are going up or down.

Have you ever been absolutely sure that a stock was going to decline and wanted to profit from its regrettable demise? Wouldn't it be nice to see your portfolio increase in value during a bear market? Both scenarios are possible. Many investors make money on a decline in an individual stock or during a bear market, thanks to an advanced investing technique called “short selling.”

Short selling is neither terribly complex nor entirely simple. In other words, it's a concept that many investors have trouble understanding. In general, people think of investing as buying an asset, holding it while it appreciates in value, and then eventually selling to make a profit. Shorting is the opposite: an investor makes money only when a shorted security falls in value.

Most investors know the adage, "buy low, sell high." But, did you know that in the futures markets, the adage can also be turned around so you "sell high, buy low?" When you sell before a purchase, you are "selling short."

A short sale is made when prices are expected to drop, at which point you could offset the position with a buy, and claim a profit.

Why Short Sell?

There are two main motivations to short sell:

1. To trade
The most obvious reason to short is to profit from an overpriced or downward trending bear market.

2. To hedge
Very few investors short as an active investing strategy. The majority of investors use shorts to hedge. This means they are protecting other long positions with offsetting short positions.

Advantages of Short Selling Stock and Index Futures?

Make money in downtrends and bear markets when prices fall.
It may seem obvious, but what goes up must come down. If you think prices are due for a fall you can sell short to position yourself to gain from that drop.

Take a position with margin.
Futures positions tie up less money than stocks. Whether you're long or short, a position in single-stock futures requires margin equal to a certain % value of the contract's value.

Sell without owning.
In the futures markets, unlike the cash markets, you can sell stocks without actually owning or having them in your demat account. Shorting stock or index in futures have no such restrictions. Going short is just as easy as going long.

Sell at a better price.
Single-stock futures can sometimes be sold at a price higher than the actual stock itself. This happens because most single-stock futures trade at a premium to the stock price, called "basis."

How To Sell Short With Stock and Index Futures

For many investors the question is not whether to go short, but rather, how best to go about it. This is the easy part. When the time comes to position yourself for a downward move, simply place your order to sell. You can go to the market, work a limit order or enter a new position with a sell stop — just as you could with any buy order.

With futures, you're not selling the actual stock or index. Instead, you're entering into an agreement to deliver or close out your position before the contracts expiry date. Most investors simply buy back their short positions before the contracts expire.

And Finally...

Some people mistakenly believe that making profits on a short sale is unpatriotic, unethical or mean-spirited. But remember that for every buyer there is a seller taking the other side of the trade. That's what makes a market — two parties with different opinions about the future direction of the item being sold.

Unless a short sale involves fraud or manipulation, it is a routine valued aspect of liquid markets. After all, short-sellers will eventually be buyers — either to cover their short or to make delivery.

Why limit your opportunities with preconceived notions of what is or is not appropriate? If you think the market is due to rally, then buy. If you're bearish, then sell. And if you decide to take action on your bearish opinion, the short sale can get the job done nicely.

Sunday, October 30, 2011

Trade with Support and Resistance

Resistance and Support
What is the meaning of resistance and support?
How to calculate resistance and support for trading and for investing?

In simple words the meaning of resistance is opposition.
As the name indicates, it opposes the share price going in upper direction.
It is the level where share price may stop before continuing its upper journey.

But if the buying starts from all sides then no resistance come into picture the resistance level is just broken and share price will continue its upward journey.

To break the resistance level volumes also play the major role.

If the share price moves above the resistance level with huge support of volumes then it is considered as confirm up trend.

Once the resistance is broken then the share moves till its next resistance level or go in consolidation (share movement with very less price variation) phase and then after getting appropriate buying with good support of volumes then it tries to break its next resistance level and will proceed and this continues.

The major bullish resistance is considered as 200 DMA (daily moving average)

As long as the share or index is trading above this level then it is considered as bullish or if share or index moves from bottom and breaks this level then further upside is confirmed and on the opposite side if the 200 DMA is broken from above then the down trend will continue and this is what happened with Nifty and Sensex when they broke their 200 DMA in January 2008.
Market has seen more then 60% fall after the broke of 200 DMA support level.

Resistance broken will act as support level (in case of moving average method)
You will come to know different types of calculating support and resistance.
Trade with Support and Resistance
Resistance and Support
What is the meaning of resistance and support?
How to calculate resistance and support for trading and for investing?
As the name indicates it provides support for to share price to prevent it from falling further.
If the share price starts falling then it is expected that it may take halt at its support level but if the selling and especially short selling is taking place then no support will comes into pictures.
If the selling pressure is from all sides then it may or may not take halt or wait near its support level and will continue its downward journey till it finds next support levels.

The resistance broken will act as its support level.

If a stock price is moving between support and resistance levels, then a basic investment strategy commonly
used by traders, is to buy a stock at support and sell at resistance, then short at resistance and cover

When judging entry and exit investment timing using support or resistance levels it is important to choose a
chart based on a price interval period that aligns with your trading strategy timeframe. Short term traders
 tend to use charts based on interval periods, such as 1 minute (i.e. the price of the security is plotted
on the chart every 1 minute), with longer term traders using price charts based on hourly, daily, weekly or
 monthly interval periods. Typically traders use shorter term interval charts when making a final decisions
 on when to invest, such as the following example based on 1 week of historical data with price plotted every
 15 minutes.

How to calculate the support and resistance levels?
There are many ways to calculate the resistance and support levels which is generally based on traders and investors strategies and trading and investing methods.

Following are few common methods used to find support and resistance.
1. Moving average based
2. Pivot point based.
3. Making higher highs and lower lows