A Position Trader is going to hold his position for a long time frame (from months to years). This type of trader usually looks at weekly or monthly charts, and he would not be concerned with short-term fluctuations as he believes that the primary trend will smooth these out. while intraday traders buy and sell on the same day
A trading plan is a systematic method for identifying and trading securities that takes into consideration a number of variables including time, risk and the investor’s objectives
long is creating a buy position, short is creating a sell position, long unwinding is closing the long(buy)position by selling it. short covering is closing the short(sell)position by buying it.

  • : Trading of shares in a stock exchange takes place through Registered Stockbrokers, Transfer Agent etc. Buyer gets in touch with a Broker, and gives him all the details of shares he wants to buy. Then the broker strikes a requisite deal and receives share certificate, and transfer form. After deducting, documents to the buyers. As for seller, he also gets in touch with a broker and gives him details along with share certificates and transfer forms. Once the deal is struck, broker receives the payment and deducts his commission
  • : counterparty risk is the risk associated with the other party to a financial contract not meeting its obligations. Every derivative trade needs to have a party to take the opposite side. Counterparty risk is the risk to each party of a contract that the counterparty will not live up to its contractual obligations
  • : people choose stock trading because they can get good returns compared to other means like fixed deposit
  • : You cannot buy a stock on BSE and then sell it the same day in NSE or purchase it on NSE and sell the same day on BSE. Even if you try doing it, you incur a penalty of short selling which is you sold something you don’t have and so are charged 20% as penalty. Technically you can sell in NSE the stock purchased on BSE and vice versa but you may not want to be doing it. If you are trying to execute an arbitrage trade, understand that it is literally not possible to execute an arbitrage trade manually. On top of that there are large traders and investors who have direct access to exchange so they can eliminate the brokerage and they can execute arbitrage trading.
  • : The trade will happen immediately since it's the highest quoted buyer's bid (1st in seller's queue), but it will be traded at the price of least seller's bid(1st in seller's queue).so even if u quote a higher price u will get the price of least sellers but u will get preference in buying the stock
  • : once opening a demat acc and connected with a broker, an order can be placed, two main types of order buy order, sell order, a order is valid till 3.30PM of the trading day and all the remaining orders will get cancelled after that if not executed before 3.30PM. validity of the order is within the day
  • : long is creating a buy position, short is creating a sell position, long unwinding is closing the long(buy)position by selling it. short covering is closing the short(sell)position by buying it.
  • : stock trading is business we know the risks and losses. if we plan properly for the risks we can avoid loss.the money spend for earning is called as expenses.
  • : demand and supply determines the stock price. when the demand is high the price is high and when the demand is low price is low
  • : A Position Trader is going to hold his position for a long time frame (from months to years). This type of trader usually looks at weekly or monthly charts, and he would not be concerned with short-term fluctuations as he believes that the primary trend will smooth these out. while intraday traders buy and sell on the same day
  • : when a trader feels the stock price will move down and he doesn't have stocks with him, still he can sell the stock at a high price now and buy before the contract expires. Consequence here he if the stock price climbs up instead of down he must buy at any cost before the contract expires and close it or next day his stocks will go for auction to collect the price of the stock what he sold
  • : A trading plan is a systematic method for identifying and trading securities that takes into consideration a number of variables including time, risk and the investor's objectives.
  • : No. stock price is the consequence of demand and supply irrespective of the company performance.so it wont affect the company
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