Monday, 23 Apr 2018

Stop-Limit Order Means

What is a ‘Stop-Limit Order’ A stop-limit order is an order placed with a broker that combines the features of a stop order with those of a limit order. A stop-limit order will be executed at a specified price, or better, after a given stop price has been reached. Once the stop price is reached, […]

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Day Trading Tips for new comers

Day trading – the act of buying and selling a financial instrument within the same day, or even multiple times over the course of a day, taking advantage of small price moves – can be a lucrative game. But it can also be a dangerous game for those who are new at it or who […]

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Nearly 140 mn PAN cards linked to Aadhaar so far: UIDAI

Close to 140 million out of about 300 million Permanent Account Numbers (PANs) have so far been linked to the national digital ID Aadhaar, according to a top government official. The situation on linking of bank accounts to the biometric identifier is better, with 70 per cent of estimated over 1 billion accounts already been […]

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Investing Tips : Short Term Investing Vs Long Term Investing

Now a days everybody wants everything ‘instant’…. like Instant Coffee, Instant Love, Instant Food (Fast Food) etc….So Obviously when one comes to Stock Market also, he desires to make Instant Money…. But Stock Market doesn’t go as per our desires…. Stock Market has its own rules which we should follow if one wants to survive […]

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Short selling

“Short selling” (also known as “shorting,” “selling short” or “going short”) means the sale of a security or financial instrument that the seller has borrowed to make the short sale. The short seller believes that the borrowed security’s price will decline, enabling it to be bought back at a lower price. The difference between the price […]

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Short Covering -What is Short Covering

Short covering is buying back borrowed securities in order to close an open short position. It refers to the purchase of the exact same security that was initially sold short, since the short-sale process involved borrowing the security and selling it in the market. For example, assume you sold short 100 shares of ABC at […]

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