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Day Traders usually buy and sell (or sell first and then buy) securities (including Stocks, Bonds, Commodities, currency, options, futures etc.) during the same day and, as a rule, do not hold the securities overnight. They are therefore said to have “Zero Position” at the end of the day. (However, some Brokers have started providing facility to square up the Buy-Trades on next market day). Many Day Traders make dozens of trades every day hoping to capture profits that arise from small intra-day price fluctuations.
Swing traders usually hold a security from one day to 2 weeks or so. Most of the swing traders concentrate on Breakouts on just a few selected High-Volume stocks that they believe will likely make a significant move in price in the near-term.
No! That is a misconception. Day trading has large potential rewards, and it also has large potential risks involved. Generally, in any form of gambling the odds for winning or losing are 50-50, where no strategy or tools may influence your chances of winning except your luck, which may play an important role. But in day trading, with the help of Technical Analysis, Proper Trading Strategy, discipline, Patience, use of stop Loss mechanism the odds can be turned in favor to extent of 80-20 or even higher. Even with 50% trades going wrong and hitting stop loss, day trader can make profit and turn out to be a winner. Day Traders must follow successful trading rules and avoid most common mistakes to remain in profit consistently.
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If you not sure about day trading, please don't just "jump in" take the time to read up and learn the basics of trading. Day trading is NOT easy and not a "get rich quick" strategy. A great way to start into day trading is to paper trade or use a trading simulator (without involving actual funds). These strategies don't take into account all the possible risks that occur when trading with real funds, but it can give you a sense of what it's like to trade. Please make sure you have a strong foundation of knowledge before using actual funds.
Taking advantage of the Settlement Procedures of Stock Markets, which requires settlement of Trade on 3rd Day of execution, many Brokers have started offering their Clients / Day Traders the facility of BTST (short form of Buy today Sell tomorrow) at nominal extra cost (or NO Extra Cost by few) provided the financial interests of brokers are protected. These trades are to be sold on next day (or before 12.00 noon on 3rd Day). However Short Selling under this facility is not possible hence not available.
Generally, any day trader should have enough trading capital to enable him or her to buy at least few hundred shares of any given stock on any particular day - preferably without having to use margin or using only part margin. In addition, the new day trader should treat this as 100% risk capital and should not have to unduly worry that the whole amount of this capital may be lost very quickly.
Our Advises are completely on technical basis and updated on every evening after trading session, and available free for almost every stock securities for education purpose only.
Almost all stocks securities are available according to their technical patterns and momentum of last trading session.
We follow all Stocks of Nifty, BSE Sensex, F&O stocks including select high volume stocks and on Technical Breakouts.
Currently we don’t give read time advice, you can browse through intraday advices given before opening of market.
You should try to use the same amount of money on each trade, NOT the same number of shares. You should decide before you trade, how much you will trade with. Let's say you decide on Rs50, 000/- per trade. If you are buying XYZ, and it costs Rs50, you should buy 1000 shares. If you are buying ABC and it costs Rs25, you should buy 2000 shares.
No. A day trader should never trade low volume stocks. These stocks have poor liquidity and hence a higher price volatility. This may make it hard for you to exit your position quickly at a fair price. Trade only high volume, well-known stocks.
To "short" a stock, you simply sell the stock without actually owning it. You will have the obligation to buy back the stock on the same Trading Day in order to "cover" your short sale to make you have “zero position”. When you short sell a stock, you are hoping that the stock price will drop so that you can buy it back at a lower price than what you sold it for, thereby making an Intra-Day profit on the transaction.
No, in Cash Segment all the trades are settled on Delivery basis on End-of-Day position thus Blank Short Positions must be covered on same day to avoid covering of stocks in Auction or Spot otherwise, normally at much higher price than prevailing market prices. However position in stocks traded under Futures & Option Segment (known as F&O Segment) can be carried forward to the extent of 3 Months (under different contracts of 1 Month/ 2 Months/ 3 Months) provided such shares are traded under F&O segment (at present there are only few stocks under this category. Check with your broker about F&O dealings/ Margin Requirement/ Brokerage and settlement procedures. For more details and latest list of such stocks you may visit www.nseindia.com).
Never! Never trade without Stop Loss however you may be sure of your success. In one stroke it may wipe off all your capital (may be more on Margin Trading) if anything goes wrong. Your Stop Loss order should be initiated along with your Buy/Sell order without fail. Even if 50% of your trades are met with Stop Loss, you can still make profit on winning trades. (Imp. Note - Give sufficient spread between Stop Loss limit and Trigger Price to avoid any non-materialization of Stop Loss Order).
Basically Day Trading is Suitable for those who are trading on-line, have direct access to Trading Terminals or brokers to get their orders executed instantly. Every minute (rather second) matter in Day Trading. If one cannot track his trades, must not involve in day trading, which at times require prompt decisions.
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It is an Agreement between the Buyer and the Seller for the Purchase or Sell of a Particular Asset (like Equity Stock/ Index etc) at a Specified Price and on a specified future date (1 Month/ 2 Months/ 3 Months). It conveys an OBLIGATION on both Buyer and Seller to Fulfill the Terms of the Agreement. Futures are Settled on Last Thursday of the Specified Month and both buyer and seller have to pay minimum Initial Margin as per the requirement of stock exchange and account between buyer and seller is settled Everyday till the expiry of the Futures contract.
Yes! Any one can do that and square-up his position at the end of the day, but as the name suggest these instruments are meant for Position traders who anticipate a substantial price movement in stocks coming under F&O Segment (limited numbers as on date). Trading in Futures & Options is more suitable for Swing & Position Traders who can maintain their Long/ Short positions by paying Margin Money as per requirement of the Stock Exchange.
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