Tag: Trading

  • How To Identify Bullish Engulfing Candlestick Pattern

    How To Identify Bullish Engulfing Candlestick Pattern

    Introduction As a technical analyst, it is crucial to be aware of all the important technical patterns in order to execute and predict the trend of the market and similarly place the trades. One such commonly referred price pattern is the bullish engulfing pattern. You might also like: How To Trade Using Relative Strength Index […]

  • What Is The Difference Between Arbitrage And Trading

    What Is The Difference Between Arbitrage And Trading

    Introduction Before understanding the difference between arbitrage and trading, let us revise their basic definition. What is arbitrage Arbitrage is defined as the simultaneous buying and selling of the same item in multiple marketplaces, in order to profit from small price differentiation. It takes advantage of short-term price fluctuations in same or comparable financial products […]

  • How To Choose The Right Penny Stocks In India

    How To Choose The Right Penny Stocks In India

    What are penny stocks The phrase “penny stocks” was invented by the west to describe equities that are traded for less than a $1. In the Indian context, any stock that is traded for less than Rs. 10 is considered a penny stock. There are hundreds of firms traded on the stock exchange every day, […]

  • Why Do 99% Of The Traders Lose Money In Stock Market

    Why Do 99% Of The Traders Lose Money In Stock Market

    Introduction Stock market trading looks very lucrative when fellow traders share their profit screenshot on social media. The new traders easily get influenced with these stock trades. This blog post highlights some of the mistakes traders tend to make in their trading journey and end up losing money and how one can try to avoid […]

  • 7 Reasons Why Swing Trading is Better Than Day Trading

    7 Reasons Why Swing Trading is Better Than Day Trading

    Introduction Swing trading is a type of trading system where the trader engages in carrying his executed trades for more than a day. Swing trader carry’s his position for days, weeks or even months, depending on this style of trading. Day trading, on the other hand, is a type of trading where the trader squares […]