List of Online share trading Articles

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Five ways to avoid risks in trading

Any investment can typically be summed up in two words: risk and reward. The general rule of thumb is that greater the potential reward, higher is the associated risk.

7 steps in a perfect trading routine

Start your day well before the opening bell; it is a crucial time where you can get a feel for the day’s market, find potential trades, create a daily watchlist, and analyze your current position.

5 famous investors of the world and their trading strategies

Have you always wondered what trading strategies the world’s famous investors like Benjamin Graham, Warren Buffet, John Templeton, Peter Lynch and Rakesh Jhunjhunwala recommend? Find out Now!

How to calculate support and resistance with the help of Open Interest data

Open Interest (OI) tells you how many futures (or Options) contracts are currently outstanding (open) in the market.

What Are Circuit Filters/Limits And How Are They Used?

A price band is the limit beyond which the price is not allowed to move on a particular day. For example, you may have seen stocks locked in 5% upper circuit or in 10% lower circuit. We recently got to see this quite frequently in stocks such as Vakrangee, PC Jewellers, and Manpasand Beverages.

How To Use Gann Indicators In Stock Markets?

Gann indicators are normally considered to be a lot more about mathematics and less about charts and technicals. However, Gann indicators have been used quite extensively in identifying opportunities in the stock markets, both at the index level and the stock level.

How To Use Open Interest To Increase Your Profits?

Open interest (OI) is one of the key analytical tools that help one take a price view on stocks and even on the indices. Unlike equity shares that are limited by the number of shares issued, there is no such limit on open interest.

SEBI Notifies Strict Insider Trading Norms

SEBI on Thursday notified a stricter set of insider trading norms to check illicit transactions in shares of listed firms by management personnel and 'connected persons'.

What Does 'R' Signify In Share Trading?

The concept of defining risk as 'R' can go a long way in allowing an investor to simplify his/her investment process. Look at the information below to further understand how you can trade successfully by defining risk as 'R'.

What Is Gap-Up And Gap-Down In Stock Market Trading?

Gaps in stock market trading appear when there is sharp rise or fall in the price of the stock and when there is no occurrence of the trading activity. The reasons for gap creation can be a positive news release by the company, change in the trade analyst’s view, buying or selling pressure among traders, public announcements of the company’s profit, among others.