About the Intra-Day Stock Trading Calls (IDSTC) Strategy:
The strategy uses a special customized formula for picking daily Intra-day calls. We give Buy as well as Sell Calls under this scheme. Subscribers can execute Buy & Sell calls in Cash or Futures on intraday basis depending on their preference and capital availability. Historical analysis of this strategy has been giving returns around 50% per annum, if executed in cash, and will, of course give higher returns if executed in Futures.
This scheme offers daily 1 to 3 calls comprising of the following details:
Scrip Name, Buy or Sell Call, Initial Stop Loss – SL, Two targets – T1 and T2
Calls will be given on WhatsApp by 9.00 am every day. During market hours we give updates, such as, changes in entry, booking profits or trailing stops etc.
About Trading Methodology:
Traders should place their order as per the call only after first 5 mins of market opening. If at that time the market price is above or below our recommended entry level, we will update what action needs to be taken. Once an entry is made, put the Initial Stop Loss below SL for buy calls and above SL for sell calls.
If the scrip moves in the direction of the target, cover 50% position at T1, and move the stop loss to a little below average entry price. Book profit on entire balance position if price reaches T2. Exit all live positions in any case at 3.15 pm.
While we have proposed the method as above for booking profits at given two target levels, it is prudent to keep booking partial profits at say, 0.5% intervals, as the price moves into profit area. Full profit should be booked when scrip reaches T2.
About Money Management:
Money management should be planned to specific needs, capital availability and risk capability of any individual. Hence, we recommend members to call us to plan their money management rules, before starting trading.
Subscription Charges & Mode of Payment:
Only Annual Charges Option available: @ Rs 26,000 to be paid in advance
GST will be extra at specified rates, if and when applicable. Memberships once taken are not transferable nor are their charges refundable.
Discount Structure on ordering Annual Subscriptions of more than one Product:
a) If you order a combination of annual subscription of any two products at the same time, you will be entitled to an overall Rs 5000 discount
b) If you order annual subscriptions of all the three products at the same time, you will be entitled to an overall discount of Rs 10000.
Before you make payment, please confirm with us the correct amount payable by you in case you order multiple products.
About Mode of Payment:
All payments will be deemed to have been made in advance of the period subscribed to. On making payment, Members are requested to email or WhatsApp their names, address, mobile phone number and email id, preferable along with the screenshot of the relevant bank transaction. The calls under this scheme will be sent from the very next day of receipt of cash or credit of cheque amount in our bank account.
Cash/cheques can be deposited into below Bank branch Or NEFT/IMPS Transfer can be made to credit our Bank account bearing following details:
Name: Rajan Patil
Bank: Citibank, Pune
Bank Acct Number: 5138063706
Acct Type: Savings
IFSC code: CITI0000005
Details of cash/cheque (amount, drawee bank name and cheque number) so deposited and / or reference of online transfer made must be sent to us along with the Member Application Form (which will be emailed or WhatsApped to interested persons), duly filled & signed, by email to
About General DO’s and DON’Ts:
Follow Stop Loss strictly as mentioned above. Please note that the stock market can be very volatile at times and, bad as it may sound, the investor’s only saviour is the stop loss.
Don’t get carried away by initial huge profits…… that may just be beginner’s luck. It does not justify deviation from stipulated strategy and money management principles.
Don’t get disheartened by initial losses. The system is well proven, provided it is followed to the tee. Investors will emerge as winners in the long run.
Don’t overtrade beyond the money management limits stated above.