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December 7, 2017
Its very simple. You just need to open a demat account with a registered brokerage house and transfer funds in the demat, once funds start reflecting in your demat, you can buy/sell stocks as per your analysis. To open a demat account you must have these documents: Pan card ID proof (Aadhar card/ election card/...
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Stop loss is usually calculated by determining support and resistance. we see previous support levels when we are into buy position, and that support zone will be our stop loss. And if we are into short position, resistance levels will be our target. Consider this example : Tatamotors came down till 415, (marked as 1) It...
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Yes Intraday is profitable and also risky but you need to understand the advantages and disadvantages of this technique Advantage: Less margin is required to trade compared to delivery trading. No worries about the influence of global news over next day, you can sleep peacefully, without worrying about events like BREXIT as you dont have...
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Sensex and Nifty 50 are two major indices of the country. Sensex comprises of 30 most important stock of our country and are given weightage according to their capitals. Nifty 50 as the name suggests is an index of 50 selected companies. Now, there is a calculation which calculates the average movement of all the...
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Very simple strategy to choose stocks intraday. Firstly choose only whose stocks whose market cap is above 300 billion, in Indian market. Only such stocks have good volumes and are ideal for intraday. You can check the market cap of each stock in google finance Once you filter such stocks, next back test them with...
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When you trade in derivatives, you cannot by single share or random number of shares, there is a fixed unit of share which is termed as LOT EXAMPLE: SBIN has lot size of 2000 so if you want to trade in future or option you need to minimum buy/ sell 2000 shares, you cannot buy...
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The difference between trader and broker is the same as the difference between player and referee. A trader is one who trades in the market and makes/looses money. He is the one who buys/sell shares. Whereas, A broker is one who provides platform to a trader to trade and make money, a broker makes money...
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SBI split its share in 1:10 ratio and thus its value went down by 10 times, it doesnt mean that investor has lost his money suppose X has bought 100 shares at 2900 rs, his investment is 290000 after split in 1:10, his holding will hike from 100 to 1000 shares so his net value...
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