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DO and DON'T for Intraday trading

Posted by SRIKANTHBABU KALIKI on September 2, 2010 at 3:08 PM

If index is in positive from yesterday & the share you are holding is in minus then it should be cut & if intraday trend of index is in buy then one should buy a stock in which is in plus.

 

If index is in minus then one should look to short stocks which are minus & not stocks which are in plus.

It is not necessary that a stock which is weak today during intraday tradingmight be weak tomorrow also, simultaneously if a stock is strong today might not be strong tomorrow.

 

If US Markets have gone up overnight, the markets here in all probability will open strong, so one should be quite careful when buying stocks as the general psychology of public is to buy when good news is there.

 

Being a contrarians is very important while trading intraday.

 

Stop loss is a must while trading intraday.

 

Always trade în very liquid stocks i.e. which have very high volume because as entry & exit can be very fast in such stocks.

 

Do paper trading before you actually start trading so that when you start making paper profits, then shift to actual trading.

 

Keep your volume constant e.g.: îf you trade in five lots of nifty future then trade în five lots only. This position can be increased only when you are satisfied with your trading for a month. It shouldn't be that one day you buy five lots & next day you trade in ten lots and third day you get a loss & stop trading for two days.

 

Fear & Greed are at maximum levels while trading intraday so always have less position when you are new to intraday trading as otherwise you will be mostly under tension.

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