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Market-wide Circuit Breaker In NSE & BSE

Market-wide Circuit Breaker is a measure employed by stock exchanges to prevent extreme volatility in the markets by halting trade for a defined time...

Stop Loss Market Vs Stop Loss Limit Order

A stop loss order is placed as an automatic 'exit' option from a loss trade. Stop loss orders are an integral part of short-term...

Increase In Deliverable Quantity Could Signal An Uptrend

An increase in deliverable quantity accompanied by a rise in price - could signal a possible uptrend for the near future.This is because more...

What Is A Total Returns Index

Stock indices like the NIFTY and the SENSEX are price indices - meaning that they capture only the changes in prices of the constituent...

Top 5 Intraday Trading Tips

This post is a collection of my best intraday trading tips to help you make money on your intraday trades.1. Pick high volume countersFor...

Short Selling In Intraday Trades To Make Money

Short selling involves selling a stock which you don't own and then buying it back later in order to square your position.Short selling can...

Market Makers – Concept

Market makers are market participants entrusted with the task of infusing liquidity into the market structure by providing two-way (both buy and sell) quotes...

American And European Options

An American Option is an option contract that can be exercised 'anytime' i.e on before the expiry date. On the contrary, European Options can...

Meaning of Clean Price and Dirty Price

Clean price and dirty price are terms associated with the bond market. When bond prices are quoted exclusive of interest accrued (ex-interest), the same...

The Concept Of Market Capitalisation

Market Capitalisation is a term which is used to define a company's worth in terms of its market valuation. It is arrived at by...