Intraday Trading

Making Profit In Intraday

Because of gossip and movies about Mr Sharma, who lost a fortune in the stock market and ended up becoming poor, the aam-aadmi avoids trading. You can still intra-trade your way into a lot of money if you have the right tools. These are key tips to help you navigate intra-day trading and make profits.

Do your research thoroughly:

 It is important to follow a step-by, systematic approach before you take any actions.

  • First: Do extensive research about the stocks that you are planning to buy to determine if they can be traded. Only a few stocks are considered highly liquid. This means that they are traded in large volumes. Follow these companies - you should know if they plan a merger, for example.
  • Second: Keep an eye out for trends in the stocks you plan to purchase. You cannot emphasize enough how important it is to pick as few stocks as possible when day trading.
  • Third: Day trading involves selling and buying stocks simultaneously. It is important to sell when it is most convenient for you. This can be achieved only if you have the right technical charts that are based on hours or minutes.

What makes a stock tradeable?

A stock must be liquid. It also needs to move around in order for intra-day trading. Technically, the stock must be between medium and high volatility. Flat graphs are very safe, but they can be of no benefit to intra-day traders.

Create and master a strategy:

A clear strategy is essential. Decide whether you prefer to trade intra-day and follow market trends, buying/selling in the same direction as the graph, assuming that it will continue moving in that direction. Or, if you prefer to be contrarian, making bold moves in the opposite direction of the chart (although this is not recommended for beginners). You might prefer to follow how stock prices reacts to news. Are you a trader who tracks a stock in the same way Akshay Kumar stalked Bhumi Pedekar's character from Toilet-Ek Prem Kathawatching its rise and fall, then placing bets based upon its range?

There are many strategies to choose from. You should choose one that is right for you, and then stick with it until you are able to use it to its full potential. Your strategy and stocks must be compatible. A trend-following strategy is recommended if you're going with stocks with high volatility, but no identifiable cycles. A ranging strategy will only work with stocks that you are able to spot a cycle and correctly speculate on it.

Intra-day traders who are new to intra-day trading should follow the graphs, rather than moving against them. This will ensure a greater chance of success. 

To prevent greed and emotions from clouding your judgment, you should set a maximum purchase price and profit target before you start trading. Book your profits once you have sold enough to reach that target and then bow out. To limit losses, you can also set up a stop-loss order . It's better to be safe than sorry. Research should be used to determine your stop loss. If you use the Moving Averages indicator and decide to purchase, your stop loss should be set at the long-term average.


 Making profits in intraday trading requires that you keep an eye on the market. You cannot profit enormously if you don't keep an eye on the market. There are no shortcuts or expert tips. This is why the term "calculated choice" was coined.

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