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ONLINE TRADING Do’s and Don’ts

ONLINE TRADING – Do’s and Don’ts

Trading online has become very popular in today’s time when you just need a trading account and after that you can trade comfortably while sitting at your home. Apart from comfort of trade it provides various facilities like:

• Ease of buying and selling of shares. Read more »

Trading Types – Day Trading, Swing Trading and Position Trading

Share Market Trading can be classified into either of these categories – Day Trading, Swing Trading and Position Trading. However, the common factor among all types of traders is that Stock market traders keep up with the news. The businesses and Read more »

Methods of buying and selling of shares.

Given below are the types of orders which are used for buying and selling of shares.

Market order: When you put buy or sell price at market rate then the price gets executed at the current rate in the market. The market order gets immediately executed at the current available price. Read more »

Online Trading – a few questions answered

Many Investors in India  prefer dealing in shares through their brokers over the Telephone and not trade online because of the security Concerns.

While concerns about online security will always be there, rest Read more »

Short Selling – The Basics What is short Selling ?

Short selling is selling the shares which you do not own. The term “short” here signifies that you do not hold the shares being sold. The first thought popping up in your mind would be – where do these shares come from which you are selling without possessing Read more »

Quarterly Results – Significance to the Share Holder

Quarterly Results – Significance to the Share Holder

Many a times we hear about companies coming up with quarterly results that tend to create either euphoria or a silent shock in the market. Quarterly results are the announcement by corporate, of the operational results at the end Read more »

All About Day Trading

What is day trading?

Day Trading is the act of buying and selling securities intra-day with the expectation of making fast profits within minutes to hours. Popularized during the bull market of the late 1990s, day trading is the practice of buying and selling stocks over a very short period of Read more »