Intra-Day - Beginner's trading question in Equity / Stocks - Hi All,
I have joined this forum today only.I am also new to trading.I have zerodha trading account.I have watched ...
01-01-2015 10:19 AM
Beginner's trading question
I have joined this forum today only.I am also new to trading.I have zerodha trading account.I have watched Manikandan's you tube videos.He explains intra-day trading nicely using google finance.
I used to buy/sell 50-100 shares using MIS(in zerodha).But Mani's explanation always hover around in lot size which is Futures jargon.
My question is every professional traders are day trading in Futures only?In other words, intra-day means to go long/short in Futures? (not in spot(MIS) ?)...will you guys won't buy/sell in spot stocks in cash market? will you directly day trade only via futures?
Please clarify this.
02-16-2015 11:46 AM
yes, you can do it in cash as well ... Advantages of doing futures is the ability to hold if needed for even a month or till expiry which you can't do in cash ...
And you can hedge and play safer strategies like go long in futures and sell Call option ... or buy a put option, for futures long to get unlimited downside support
07-16-2015 04:12 PM
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03-10-2016 10:33 PM
i have an question ! what is total bid quantity and total ask quantity! and which one of this is buyer and sellers or demand and supply?
03-11-2016 06:56 PM
Bid And Asked
A two-way price quotation that indicates the best price at which a security can be sold and bought at a given point in time.The bid price represents the maximum price that a buyer or buyers are willing to pay for a security. The ask price represents the minimum price that a seller or sellers are willing to receive for the security. A trade or transaction occurs when the buyer and seller agree on a price for the security.
The difference between the bid and asked prices, or the spread, is a key indicator of the liquidity of the asset - generally speaking, the smaller the spread, the better the liquidity.
Also known as bid and ask, bid-ask or bid-offer
Read more: Bid And Asked Definition | Investopedia
03-11-2016 08:42 PM
so if the total bid quantity is more than total ask quantity the price may go up ! am i right? and vice versa!!
08-26-2016 08:55 AM
not always ... but it can be looked on as a factor ...
Originally Posted by yash pagariya
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