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    What is intraday analysis? How it is different from positional analysis

     Abirami Duraisamy 
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    Intraday analysis is to analyse the market situation and price movement to make profit for buying/selling or selling/buying the stocks on the same day. The analysis is the top down approach and needs to be focused on that day’s sentimental and momentum analysis. The parameters to be considered for intraday analysis is different from positional and the intraday analysis needs to be completed in shorter time. Positional analysis focused on demand and supply where is the intra day analysis focused on that day’s sentiment and momentum.

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    Intraday analysis is the method of analysis to identify the stocks that needs to be traded(bought & sold) in the same day to make income/profit. Intraday analysis is based on market sentiment, i.e, Market direction, Sector contribution and selecting the stock trading with high volume.

    The Intraday analysis follows the top down approach in selecting the stocks to be traded whereas in positional analysis the stock is picked first and analysis is done on it to identify the price movement.




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    Making money by perceiving a SUSTAINABLE (upward/downward) trend of a stock for the whole day is the goal of intra day analysis
    On that day the price movement of the stock selected, must be in tune with the ascertained trend(till the target price is reached) hoping which one has made the intra day position
    Where as in positional analysis the time frame is unlimited for the attainment of the same goal
    IN positional analysis one can make money only by LONG
    But in intra day one can make money by both ( long /short)

     R.Durga Prasad 
    Rank: Level 4

    INTRADAY Analysis means analysing the market on which stock is going to be bullish /bearish and then buying and selling of shares within the same day of trading period for profit making where as in Positional Analysis trading the stocks bought will be hold on for some period ,if the stock is moving on well it will be hold on still or else it will be sold at the Stop loss point.



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