Intraday trading refers to entering and exiting positions on the same day. It is aimed at capturing very small moves, typically 1 percent or less. On the other hand, positional trading involves entering a position on one day and exiting it a few days or weeks later. Sometimes, a positional trader could also exit his or his position after a few months. Intraday Trading: Day trading involves closing the position on the same day and not carrying forward the position overnight. Therefore, day trades can last for minutes, hours, or even an entire trading session. The position will be squared off on the same day, regardless of profit or loss. Hence it is mandatory to close the intraday position on the same day, otherwise will be charged for a penalty. The hours of 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. and 1.30 pm to 3.00 pm are perfect for making trades in the Indian market for intraday. When there is a global recession these Indian companies cannot sell their products in the international market. This affects the revenue portfolio of the company. This changes the values of shares of the company in the Indian market. People stop investing in such companies and eventually the share price falls. The share price movements of these companies are more likely to be affected by the development of the world economy. This will result in a decline in the country’s stock exchange. Identifying the right stocks for intraday trading involves isolating the current market trend from any surrounding noise and then capitalizing on that trend.

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  1. Naresh 1 year ago

    Good explanation.

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