Black Swan Fooled By Randomness

I am an Equity Analyst,  a Trader and Trainer. Along with the analysis of capital market I apply my analysis in trading and that makes me a trader. This earns me my livelihood.I love numbers, charts and uncertainty of markets and life at the same time. The areas of my interests are Technical Analysis, Fundamental Analysis, Portfolio Management, Valuations and Risk Management. I deal with all sort of financial instruments like bonds, equity, derivatives, commodities and Forex.

This space is just to express myself in words. To share with hundreds of others whom I would not know otherwise. The views expressed here are totally personal and I would like to apologies on the onset if these views hurt anyone. The objective is sharing. All the views and comments are most welcome.

Thank you WordPress for an opportunity to live and share!!!

131 Responses to About

  1. laurabennet says:

    You trade commodities? Very cool. I don’t run into many people who are brave enough to do that. I’ve spent a little time trading, but not doing it now. Though I’ve made more money than I’ve lost, it’s never become profitable enough to provide for me. Best wishes on your pursuits both in finances and writing! Thanks for stopping by my blog. I hope you enjoy it 🙂

  2. jsnapp62 says:

    Thanks for checking out my blog. How does this old lady get likes from all these good looking young professions? Ha ha
    I’m hoping that we share a common bond with Jesus Christ.
    I think your career would be stressful? Do you work out of your home or in an office somewhere?

  3. HI and thanks for following my blog! Any tips on Apple? Just kidding..

  4. Thank you for stopping by Tales of Dragons, Rabbits and Roosters and liking the posts. I know appreciate being appreciated. Enjoy your blogging. I sure it is a nice change from your day job.
    Cheers, Eva

  5. You have a great blog! Thank you for being a loyal reader of the Short Attention Span Press!

  6. MJ Cope says:

    Thanks for your support on my blog. Nice to meet you.

  7. Thank you for checking out my blog. I am enjoying reading yours as well.

  8. jodagala says:

    Thanks for visiting my site. Cheers from the Philippines!

  9. Thanks for stopping by my blog & I’m glad you enjoyed my most recent post about Children’s Books. Happy Read Across America Day!

  10. petchary says:

    Thanks for visiting my blog… Warm greetings from Jamaica!

  11. wordhaver says:

    Thanks for stopping by! My dad really wanted me to pursue accounting, but I never could do the numbers thing. So I’ve made a living of pursuing words rather than number crunching. Wonderful that you are doing both! Blessings and peace to you in all your endeavors. 🙂

  12. bookguy61 says:

    Thank you for visiting my blog!

  13. cricketmuse says:

    From the comments it looks like you enjoy books. Thanks for the stopby for my bookmarks post.
    Blue Skies

  14. Opalla says:

    Thanks for liking my post on book club review. You have a diverse interest in many topics on your Blog. I’ll come back, and do drop by again. ( I have a member in the family who does analysis of the capital market too–a mathematician. ) You guys are smart people. 🙂

  15. Cande says:

    Thanks for stopping by! As much as I love putting numbers on charts, analyzing my grocery bills and budget, I don’t think I could have a career in numbers.. Darn dyslexia! Look forward to reading your posts!

  16. seldombites says:

    Thanks for stopping by.

  17. mikerana says:

    I have started a linkedIN group ‘The Universe’ and the following subgroups under it
    • Authors&Bloggers
    • Social&Political
    • Religiou-Spirtual-Teachers

    Please join one or all of them. We welcome your questions and advice. We like to be educated by your experience. The discussions would not be hostile, vulgar, or offensive. If we build up a good mass, we could start U-Talks

  18. bdsbrown1 says:

    Thank you for stopping by simplydaisies.

  19. emmebooks says:

    Thanks for the “like” on our blog – we enjoyed reading your posts here as well!

  20. Thank you for visiting my Blog. Best of luck with your future.

  21. gator1965 says:

    Hi Mishra – Thanks for visiting my blog and liking my post: How a Book is Born: ‘The Publishing Process – A Video Series’

    You’re in a fast-paced, exciting-at-times-but-also-devastating-at-times profession. Pace yourself and don’t get burned out too quickly 🙂

    Good luck and fortune in all future endeavors.

  22. nancyrae4 says:

    Greetings from beautiful Colorado! Best wishes as you travel through the world of $$$.

  23. Best to you from author Charmaine Gordon

  24. Thanks for checking out my blog! I admire your talents with numbers. I am numerically – mathematically challenged. I love my calculator and my math genius husband and son. Hope you come by again! – Ilene

  25. charcoalblue says:

    Thanks for stopping by charcoalblue. I am looking forward to viewing your blog, you sound interesting!

  26. araneus1 says:

    Traders are wonderful people……… well done, only a few people can do what you do.

  27. Alison says:

    Thank you so very much for checking out my blog!! You have a lot of great information here!

  28. Thanks for the Like! I’m reading your blog with interest.

  29. http://lovelyseasonscomeandgo.wordpress.com
    Hi thanks so much for liking my post “Is love really real” and for stopping by my blog, I will stay a while and check out your blog too. Have a wonderful day. Betty

  30. Hi, thanks for finding my blog and liking ‘Everyone Has A Story’ I’ve never met an Equity Analyst before. Such a diverse community out there!

  31. Hi.. nice knowing you.. I’m not really familiar with how you do but I think it’s great.!!…
    BTW, thanks for liking my post.. 😀 Hope you’ll care to drop by again in the future… 😀

  32. duffythewriter says:

    THanks for stopping by and liking my post!

  33. Thanks for stopping by my blog and for the like – I really appreciate it!

  34. Thank you for reading my Blog

  35. Konstantina says:

    Thank you for stopping by my blog. I do not like numbers .. at all but I have to use them they are necessary almost everywhere!!

  36. Do you ever get tired of being thanked for reading other people’s work? Irony is that I’d like to thank you for reading my piece, “Thank you, Insomnia.”

  37. Thanks for following my blog Writersspirit, I look forward to reading more of your writing.
    Thanks again,

  38. Thanks for the like. I hope that your writing continues to go well and I look forward to reading more.

  39. Thanks for the like. Keep up the good work and looking forward to reading more! Much love and light to you and have a blessed day! Queen Of Hearts

  40. Archana says:

    Thanks for the like!You have a nice blog here!

  41. fooba says:

    Thanks for stopping by my blog! I enjoyed reading yours as well

  42. jsnapp62 says:

    Thanks for the like. I haven’t seen anything new from you for awhile. Are you still posting or to busy to post?

  43. RituKT says:

    Hi Piyush, I am Ritu from the blog ‘Beyond Beauty Tips’.
    I saw that we were connected through my blog. I announced my new domain a month ago but I haven’t seen you there yet. Consider this as a personal invitation for my blog ‘Things To Rave About’ (http://toraveabout.com) which is just BBT at a new address.
    Hoping to see you there. Thanks!

  44. veraoleks says:

    Thanks for swinging by my blog and liking “The Lights Between Oceans”. Happy blogging..:)

  45. jjspina says:

    Thank you for the like on my blog. I appreciate the support. Best wishes with your ventures.

  46. Hi,
    Thanks for liking my post.
    You sound an interesting guy!

  47. Raphael says:

    Gracias for stopping by

  48. nevinc500 says:

    Hey! Thanks for dropping by my blog. I hope you enjoyed the read, I hope my future writing does not disappoint. I used to work finance as well, but I am currently a Theater teacher and writer. 🙂

  49. mikeblogs2 says:

    Thanks for visiting my blog. I think your picture says you’re not really fooled by randomness. 😉

  50. bwhite21 says:

    Thank you for following my book reviewing blog. “Ru” is a great work of fiction (if not an autobiography). Have not blog much law and financial matters, because most people don’t read it. Writing a law review article on Mining of the Deep Seabed. Commodity markets are down, so it will slowly develop in international waters (2016) but it will continue in earnest in territorial waters with pricing intended not to undermine (pun not intended) land mining. Currently reading about 4 books, so more reviews will be forthcoming.

  51. HI, thanks for the like. Have you thought of self-publishing some of your thoughts?

  52. Thanks for stopping by and liking my post. I love that you’re using this page to share honestly your thoughts and words with others. Isn’t that what we should be able to blog about? Keep writing and I like the previous commenter’s suggestion about self-publishing some of these thoughts.

  53. beebeesworld says:

    Thank you for following my blog. I will follow your blog as well. Best wishes, beebeesworld

  54. Cassandra says:

    Thanks for dropping by my blog and good luck with the career. May you retire young and happy!

  55. atempleton says:

    “Thanks for stopping by and liking my post, and thanks for sharing your thoughts.

  56. ollamok says:

    I joined or follow your blog at wordpress. I have more reading to do. Sounds like writer’s know souls. Do you have any children? I am married and have a son named Tanner for my father, Mack for my husband. We went with middle names.
    People are people. I know the story you write of your Professor, person that gives inspiration or the person that maybe many that make you the one you are and can be.

    Nice to read your work.

    Sandra aka ollamok

    My Reframing Resources offers info on resources for mostly English speaking but with translation’s being on many pages available; my info from resources at the NIH could help other’s?

    I hope so. the more we help others, or I do; the better I feel we all do wherever that is.

  57. Thanks for stopping my our blog and “liking” the review of “A Most Peculiar Circumstance by Jen Turano”.

  58. BhdandMe says:

    Thanks for visiting the blog! Surprised you liked it.

  59. Thank you kindly for dropping by wePoets, it’s much appreciated. 🙂

  60. A.J. KENYON says:

    Thank you for following my blog. I hope you read my book one day. Warm regards

  61. vozey says:

    Thanks for visiting my blog.

  62. Thanks so much for visiting and liking my blog.

  63. Thanks for visiting my page. I’m happy you enjoyed it.

  64. Thank you for continuing to stop by and liking my blog. It is very kind of you.

  65. debb323 says:

    Thank you for visiting my blog ! Yours is interesting, and writen for the average person who needs to learn. Thank you 🙂

  66. ollamok says:

    It was a nice visit

  67. pstpierre says:

    Thanks for liking my post.
    Good luck with your blog. Your both scientific and creative. Cool!

  68. your area of expertise is outside my ken; i’m afraid my brain is too small to accommodate such useful knowledge. i like your disclaimer in your self-introduction. it’s important for people to eschew self-censorship in their blogs so they can vent freely–a thoroughly therapeutic exercise for anyone, right? thanks also for liking my story.

  69. Thank you for visiting booklovinggrandma. wordpress.com and liking my post, “A Bat-iful Story.)

  70. Ebrown says:

    A numbers person I’m not. But the trading market and analysis of patterns is a realm that’s fascinating. I did write a story “Gathering Numbers” also known as “The Sweeper” where a boy learns words by associating with numbers. Thanks for the follow.

  71. juliehhicks says:

    Thanks so much for the recent like! I am both in awe and a bit jealous of anyone that can actually say they love numbers and make them their bread and butter. Actually, I wouldn’t say I dislike numbers…they just don’t tend to love me back. 🙂

  72. You don’t seems to be blogging. Work is keeping you busy. Thank you for continuing to take time to read some of my postings. Cheers my rooster friend.

  73. newsonflash says:

    Hi Piyush,

    Great site to watch out and thank you for your visit to my blog http://www.dayincity.wordpress.com > on other side.

    thank you very much and looking forward
    team day in city.

  74. leggypeggy says:

    Thanks so much for visiting and liking my blog. I see we both know about the Black Swan of randomness.

  75. Victor Uriz says:

    Thanks for reading my blog post. I know nothing about financial matters. Do you have any suggestions regarding safe investments or ways to better utilize my savings rather than just keeping my funds in a bank account. thanks captsabino

  76. JP McLean says:

    Thanks for taking the time to stop by my little corner of the world. Have a great day.

  77. cardamone5 says:

    Thanks for liking my post. I sure appreciate it!

  78. swamiupendra says:

    Hi Piyush! Fist of all, thanks for stopping by and liking my post. Hope to see more often of your writings. Being a business journalist at some point of time, I know, how fluctuating Indian markets are and once you are in, how occupied and involved you become. Best wishes and do pen whenever you find the time.

  79. csquaredetc says:

    Thanks for stopping by Shelf Reflections! I know (less than) nothing about market analysis, but I appreciate your enthusiasm for what you do and it’s nice to see that you’ve set up your blog as a space to “express [yourself] in words.” Best of luck with your work, both here and with the global markets!

  80. annetbell says:

    Many thanks for the like. I hope you visit again soon and often and find other posts you like! Namaste. . . .

  81. lkwatts67 says:

    Thanks, Piyush, for liking a post at betterendingsnow.com . Please feel free to Coment there and to send your insights about What Do Better Endings Mean to You, in Your Life? (or weekly topic stories on better endings.) I look forward to reading your blog! Linda

  82. Hey man, was reading some of your posts, planning on writing again anytime soon? SA vs India maybe 😉

  83. Thank you for reading ab out the Servants of Charity. Please stop back often. I look forward to reading more of your posts soon.

  84. atempleton says:

    Thanks for dropping by and liking my post. Hope you are doing well.

  85. Nice knowing you online.
    Thank you for supporting my blog Gulsumwrites.
    I have another blog http://www.talkalittledo.wordpress.com
    Hope you like some of the posts on that blog too.

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  87. Sonu Duggal says:

    Hi. Thanks for stopping by and liking my blog.

  88. raunakbaral says:

    Thanks for leaving a like on my blog….appreciated 😀

  89. thanx for the visit i hope u will explore more at chronicles !

  90. chubbypaws11 says:

    Thanks for visiting.

  91. thelifeface says:

    Thank for taking a view on my blog! Life is every thing includes non-fiction and fiction. Trading in business as Art of Money, whatever you earn those can support your dreams (at least a piece of them) come true. Sometimes, earning the money is not the aim of goal but the experiences from all you made. Any way, go ahead for achieving every thing in your life!

  92. Cheers for the like on my own blog and may you have a great weekend. Will now tip-toe around your own work. MM 🍀

  93. mridubala says:

    All the best to you…happy blogging!
    Thanks for liking the kids’ story written by me 🙂

  94. phylcampbell says:

    Thanks for stopping by my page. I think it’s funny that you’re a commodities trader who found my page today — earlier, I posted a link about teaching math concepts, and that is not the one you clicked on! But if this blog is to just writer, then you should do that, and good fortune to your endeavors.

  95. Onimaru says:

    Thanks for reading my story.

  96. jjspina says:

    Thank you for the likes on my blog and for following me. I appreciate your support. Best regards!

  97. firecook says:

    Thank you for liking my post . Good luck on yours:)

  98. juliehhicks says:

    Hey, thanks so much for stopping by and the recent like! I’m always in awe of people that can earn their bread and butter working with numbers (numbers and math in general have hated me ever since grade school and I fully share that feeling). It’s very cool you can delve into both the world of numbers and words – not many folks can do that! Best of luck!

  99. Capt Jill says:

    Thanks for stopping by. I’m glad you liked the music.
    I like messing around in the markets too. I used to do commodities, but I learned a long time ago, NEVER do them if you can’t keep an eye on them and be in touch to buy/sell! At the time I was offshore with no access to phones (or internet). I could have made a ton of money but lost instead, all for lack of a telephone!

  100. polianthus says:

    Hello black swan – thank you for visiting my blog and liking the India post and picture, lovely to be endorsed by an Indian , thank you!

  101. kasuemporium says:

    Thank you for visiting my blog & liking it! You may have noticed that I love your country & visit as often as I can. Many more stories yout travels around India et to tell ab

  102. Gargi says:

    Hey thanks..for stopping by my Blog! much appreciated.

  103. homeflair says:

    Thanks Piyush for reading my posts:)

  104. firecook says:

    Thanks for liking a post. Good Luck on your blog:)

  105. Thanks for following. Will keep an eye on your posts, best wishes

  106. Ciara Darren says:

    Thank you for stopping by my blog ciaradarren.com! I hope you enjoyed it.

  107. interopia says:

    Thank you for visiting Interopia. May the love of the universe be with you.

  108. Thank you for visiting my blog. Thanks also for liking a post. Will keep a check on your posts as well.

  109. Hi! Thanks for following my blog. It’s nice to meet you!!

  110. Thank you for the like. Much appreciated.

  111. ergozen says:

    Ditto! I read “A Story…Introduction”…made me curious. I’ll stop back again. Take care.

  112. WordCupid says:

    Hi there Piyush, thanks a whole bunch for stopping by my blog and liking a post. I’ll keep an eye out for more of yours.

  113. Nauman Afzal says:

    Thanks for liking my Blog, Mishra. Keep up the good work. 🙂

  114. Thank you for liking “Horse in Armor.” Perhaps you will find time and inspiration to write new posts in the future. Best regards to you. 🙂

  115. indianaiype says:

    Piyush, making a living on trading shares requires brains, courage, and staying cool under pressure. More power to you! Thank you for liking my post “Dear John Letter To Congress”.

  116. Thanks for stopping by my blog and liking my children’s story, Timmy and the Stranger. It is pretty cool that someone living in India read something that I wrote. I look forward to checking in with you from time to time to see what’s going on in your world. Take care!

  117. Hi… Congo! I have nominated your Blog for ‘Blog of the Year 2013′ award. Please follow the link below to accept it! 🙂
    have a good day… 🙂

  118. torrentephotos says:

    hey there. thanks for checking out my thoughts. it’s great when the world brings people together. from the other side, JT

  119. Many thanks for taking a look at my blog. I’m just a newbie at this so it is encouraging to find that someone is interested in what I have to say.

  120. vistasbharat says:

    Thanks for ling Vistas Bharat posts!

  121. vistasbharat says:

    Sorry I meant liking

  122. Thanks so much for dropping by Incidental Thinking this evening….and especially for liking my post!

  123. jjspina says:

    Thank you again, Miyush, for following my blog and all the likes! I appreciate you continued support and kindness!

  124. Thank you, Piyush, for stopping by my blog! You are welcome any time! Haha
    I like that you want to express your thoughts and art in an outlet like this — that is what I am doing, too! (my day job is at a hotel, so I work all kinds of hours, and it is a lot of work and business, so just like you, I need a place to express my random musings)

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