One very basic mistake we all make: We tend to Avoid stocks that have run up too much thinking how much more they can run.
Let me explain how wrong this assumption is. Let me explain with one example:
Case Study: Bajaj Finance
This is Bajaj Finance weekly chart between 2012 and Dec 2015. The stock made a mega mega move
The question then arises: Can one consider this stock as an opportunity after it has made such a move. The answer is YES, if there is an opportunity. Here's the opportunity return this year
Why? - Because A Good Chart is a Good Chart even after the stock has run up too much
The above is a daily chart - and see how stock made a nice base at 100 dma and then took off along with the market.
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