What is drawdown ?
“A drawdown is a peak-to-trough decline during a specific period for an investment”
The average drawdown for NIFTY 50 over the past years from 2000 has been – 31%!!
See yearwise drawdown analysis here – NIFTY HIGHS & LOWS – YEARWISE !
All F&O Stocks with Drawdown %
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How useful the above table is ?
“Drawdowns are a measure of downside volatility.”
1.When you want to average your heavily beaten down stocks, you may need to buy in the downfall. But you may not be sure whether the downfall is over or not. At this time, you may use the table above to ensure that, your stock is not behind the Benchmark Drawdown.This shall be used as an additional caution Indicator while averaging.
“Don’t try to Catch a falling Knife.! ”
Don’t average the stocks greater than Nifty Bench mark. Many times it was backfired who tried to catch by thinking that market has bottomed out.
2. When a stock falls aligned with Nifty due to Overall market sentiment, The above table shall be used.
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