Greetings! I am Divesh Jotwani, and I proudly reside in India.

I have a commerce degree, completing a and an MBA in Marketing and International Business. Despite completing my studies, I chose not to pursue a job.

Have I ever pursued a Job in my career?

No, I have not. However, I received a campus placement offer from Cipla. But I decided not to pursue it because I was already sure of the path I wanted to take.

Have I only done trading throughout my career?

Yes, that is correct. My entire career revolves around trading.

I come from a family with a strong business background and have assisted them in the past while simultaneously engaging in trading. However, I later realized that my true passion lay in conducting WD Gann research and trading in the markets, so I shifted my focus entirely towards it.

What do I do for a Living?

As a seasoned trader, I rely solely on trading as my primary source of income.

Over time, I have also invested in rental properties that provide rental income.

Additionally, I share my expertise and insights into WD Gann’s work through this website.

What’s my Philosophy in trading?

My philosophy is clear-cut: Think and Act differently from others. Follow your own Path instead of Following the Crowd.

It may seem counter-intuitive, particularly in the stock market, where many people believe in following the crowd, but I disagree with that perspective.

Why do I not Agree with the Idea of Following the crowd?

Most traders depend on widely used tools such as indicators, price action patterns, and charting tools.

However, these tools have been in use for decades, and as a result, a common statement emerges that “95% of traders lose money in trading”. When everyone uses the same approach, it becomes challenging to achieve long-term success since the results will be the same.

Most traders get into trading to make money, but they end up losing a significant amount because they Follow the Crowd. They adopt the same approach as everyone else. This approach is not Profitable in the long term.

To succeed in trading, one must avoid Following the Crowd and work with Specific tools and methods not commonly known among traders.

How can we obtain these valuable tools that are genuinely worth the investment?

My approach to the market is simple.

We invest our time and resources in researching and discovering effective tools (methods, theories, and charting rules). These strategies are then implemented in the market, resulting in long-term success. This philosophy is the basis of our market strategy.

How I got started – My Journey

From a young age, my family, including my dad and uncles, were actively involved in trading and investing. That led to my early introduction and interest in markets.

My market journey began in 2000 when I used to visit the stockbroker’s office to drop off the papers of my family members’ transactions. Back then, online trading and investing were not yet available. During one of these visits, I came across WD Gann’s work.

In case you’re wondering who WD Gann is, let me give you a brief introduction to the man.

WD Gann was a trader whose methods are a mystery even 75 years after his passing.

However, a small yet reliable group of researchers and dedicated individuals have invested significant time into decoding his techniques and have achieved notable success in their efforts.

During a conversation with a broker, he shared some mathematical information about market numbers. That sparked my interest in digging deeper into the subject.

This led me to do research at a young age, focusing on the market and Gann’s work. Obtaining books was a challenge at that time, but I gained access through some of my relatives who worked in the USA.

At first, I struggled to grasp everything, but I adopted a growth mindset and experimented with a variety of techniques.

I even dedicated time to studying 8th-grade math at the age of 16, which ultimately proved to be valuable as it enhanced my understanding of Gann’s work.

Soon after that, one of Gann’s key principles began to make sense to me.

That was the stepping stone behind all my discoveries. One by one, I picked and discovered Gann’s many other original principles. Even after two decades, I am still digging deeper into his teachings and finding further principles that have made his teachings invaluable in the market.

Information About My Trading

What is my trading style? Am I primarily a day trader, a swing trader, or a combination of both?

I engage in both types of trading, but I primarily focus on Intraday trading (day trading). Around 70-75% of my trades are likely Intraday trades, while the remaining 25-30% are Swing trades.

Many traders, especially those who are new to trading or investing, often encounter challenges: Only a few manage to succeed by generating a consistent income through trading, while the majority struggle.

The solution to this puzzle can be found in a single word.

It’s called “Routine.”

When I took trading as my full-time profession, I quickly learned the importance of having a clear routine as the day unfolds and working hard each day.

I can’t just go outside and sit in front of the market as I wish. And I know that the market punishes you if you exhibit this behavior. It’s not enough to just show up to the market whenever I feel like it – I know this behaviour can result in losses.

That’s why I carefully crafted a daily routine that I follow consistently. Let me share with you my weekday routine for trading days.

How do I spend my weekday (a trading day)?

During weekdays, I typically wake up between 5 and 5:30 am. My first task of the day is to practice meditation following the guidelines outlined in “The Silva Mind Control Method” by Jose Silva.

Around 6 am, I walk 2.5 – 3 km daily. Then from 7:00 am – 8:00 am, I read books.

Then from 8:00 am to 8:30 am, I bathe and prepare for my work office near my home. Just before 9, I start my work. (As the market opens daily at 09:15 am)

Then from 09:15 am to 4 pm, I trade.

Trading means trading. No more opening tabs in Chrome to read articles. No more watching movies on YouTube. No unwanted phone calls.

Moments of distraction here and there mean I’ll lose my focus and ability to read the market and take decisions as the day unfolds. And this will usually result in poor trade decisions, resulting in losses.

The market never lies.

If I’m incurring losses, it’s because of me. And it’s true the other way around as well. If I’m making profits, it’s also because of me.

It is not my ego. It is my focus, commitment, and sincerity towards the market and executing my trading strategy.

What if there is no good trade opportunity on a given day?

I sit quietly and watch the markets if there is no good trade or if I do not understand the market moves on that day (it happens with all full-time traders).

Or if I have any outside work (like a visit to a bank, meeting with CA, or a lawyer), I go and do that. Or, if I don’t have any outdoor work, I work on my future discoveries (which are related to Gann).

Once the market is over at 3:30 pm, it’s time to party.

That’s the line of thinking most beginner traders have. But in truth, my real secret lies in how I spend time after market hours. Have you heard the phrase “Preparation comes before success?” That’s precisely what I do.

How do I spend my evening (after market hours)?

The market closes at 3:30 pm. At 4 pm, I get home and rest from 4 pm – 4:30 pm.

Then before 5 pm, I returned to the office to work again. Between 5 pm and 7 pm, I engage in the following activities.

I analyze the market and study charts to find profitable opportunities.

I prepare my trading journal, in which I note what trades I took today and why and where I entered and exited from the trade—a thought process of my daily trading action.

Then I take a break from 7:00 pm – 7:30 pm. And after that, I work on my trading courses. I write drafts, prepare images, and do other things related to my trading courses.

Then around 9:30 pm, I return home. Until 10:30 pm, I’ll have dinner and spend time with my family. Then, from 10:30 pm-11:30 pm, I read books for an hour. Then between 11:30 pm -12:00 pm, I go to sleep.

Do I ever take a break from work? What about the weekends, then?

I’m a workaholic type of person. Weekends are just like regular working days for me. But as markets are closed on weekends, I do the following activities.

On Saturday, I arrive at my office before 11 am.

Then I do my website (blog) or course-related activities or work on my future discoveries (research work related to Gann) until 2 pm.

Then I go home, rest, and spend time with my family until 5 pm.

Again, at 5 pm, I return to the office and do the same website (blog) or course-related activities or work on my future discoveries (research work related to Gann) from 8 pm -9 pm.

On Sunday, I go to the office at around 11 am. Then I prepare my weekly analysis posts for my website/blog readers. After that, I spend time with charts to study and find future trading opportunities from 2 pm – 3 pm.

Then I go back home and spend time there till 7 – 8 pm. Then around 8 pm, I return to the office to do the same thing again—study charts to find trading opportunities.

Morning meditation, walking, and reading books are done on weekends, too – at the same time and schedule I follow on weekdays.

About this Website

I started this website – – Because of the following reasons.

To show people that trading (be it day trading or swing trading) is a learnable skill, just like any other skill. Anyone with an interest, hard work, and a willingness to succeed can learn to trade and make a living. It’s not reserved for a “few gurus” alone.

I see many new traders falling into the trap of quick-rich schemes, paying tips providers, taking shortcuts, etc. I hate those things and want to help genuine traders willing to spend time/money/energy learning trading skills.

It’s my effort to share WD Gann’s methods and trading discoveries (which I developed after years of dedicated work) via this website. These are all original discoveries that I have accumulated after spending 20 years researching this topic.

Also, to let people know that trading is not a gambling or something based on luck. Yes, I repeat. It is a learnable skill, and just like any other profession like Doctor or Engineer, this is also a profession.

I share knowledge in the form of market reports and analyses. It’s not an analysis that tells buy here and then sell here like a stock tip. It’s based on my understanding and discovery of Gann’s work.

To spread the message that Gann’s work is simple (but not easy) and to see or learn simple things, we must avoid what the masses do.

There are so many websites/blogs teaching the Gann theory then, why should I learn from you/your website?

Yes, I agree. The Internet is now flooded with Gann trading courses. But what makes us unique is our 20 years of experience in the WD Gann research.

And I employ those methods daily. That means I risk my hard-earned money based on the findings and discoveries I have discovered based on Gann’s research.

If my discoveries and methods weren’t successful, then I would have left this field early in my career.

Yes, it’s a mind-blowing experience to have 20+ years in the same field.

But that’s what makes us unique. Traders continue to learn from our courses because what we teach gives them better results. That’s why each year, 50% of our sales come from old students/clients (they keep coming back), indicating the effectiveness of our courses.

The methods I own work for me.

And it will work for you too. The complex concepts are broken down into simpler ones that anyone can understand and implement to achieve their trading goals.

What do people get if they buy your course?

They will get WD Gann’s original, practical and proven strategies, which are impossible to get elsewhere in this universe. A system (methods and techniques) that gives over 80% plus accuracy – when applied and understood correctly.

I’m a first-time visitor to your site. Where should I start? And what should be my first step?

You can start by reading this article.

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