10 August 2013

Selecting a Call Provider - Trading Consultancy

Points to be remembered by every trader while selecting a call provider

1. Risk/Reward ratio - Profit should be atleast 10 points more than SL
Reason : If your provider gives 20 pts SL and 20 pts trgt, then in case of loss ur loss is 24 (with brokerage) and in case of profit it will be 16 (with brokerage). So RISK ›› REWARD

2. No. of targets - No. of targets should be evenly pre-defined with clean & simple strategy.
Reason : If your provider gives 2 or 3 targets you do not know where to book though "Trial SL method" is recommended (sites will be updated with highest achieved targets but it is never possible to predict the high & Real profits are only calculated based on pre-defined part booking strategy)

3. Price Deviation - Price should not be more than 3 pts difference while you get the call

4. Accuracy must be atleast 70%
These 4 points looks to be small but its unfortunate to reveal that these 4 constitute more than 50% of your profits

18 June 2013

FII & DII trading activity on NSE, BSE and MCX-SX on 18/06/2013

FII trading activity on NSE, BSE and MCX-SX on Capital Market 

The following is combined FII trading data across NSE, BSE and MCX-SX
 collated on the basis of trades executed by FII's

FII trading activity on NSE,BSE and MCX-SX in Capital Market Segment(In Rs. Crores)
CategoryDateBuy ValueSell ValueNet Value

Domestic Institutional Investors trading activity on NSE, BSE and 
MCX-SX on Capital Market Segment:

The following is combined Domestic Institutional Investors trading data across
 NSE, BSE and MCX-SX collated on the basis of trades executed by Banks,
 DFIs, Insurance, MFs and New Pension System

DII trading activity on NSE,BSE and MCX-SX in Capital Market Segment(In Rs. Crores)
CategoryDateBuy ValueSell ValueNet Value

The data is based on today's activity compiled on the basis of trading codes
 entered by trading members at the time of order entry and corresponding
 client category classification provided by trading members as part of unique
 client code details upload. This trade data is provisional and subject to
 change, inter alia, on account of custodial confirmation process
, modifications etc. For final FII data, please refer to SEBI website at

BSE data has been compiled on the basis of marking of 'client type' while 
executing orders on BOLT-TWs in equity segment.

Market Timings

Market Timings: 

Trading on the equities segment takes place on all days of the week (except Saturdays and Sundays and holidays declared by the Exchange in advance).

The market timings of the equities segment are:

A) Pre-open session:

Order entry & modification Open : 09:00 hrs
Order entry & modification Close : 09:08 hrs*

B) Regular trading session:

Normal / Retail Debt / Limited Physical Market Open : 09:15 hrs
Normal / Retail Debt / Limited Physical Market Close : 15:30 hrs

Block deal session is held between 09:15 hrs and 09:50 hrs

C) The Closing Session:

     15.40 hrs and 16.00 hrs

*with random closure in last one minute. Pre-open order matching starts immediately after close pf pre-open order entry

12 June 2013

What is an Index in Stock Market?

An index is an indicator of how the stock market is doing on the whole. An index comprises a basket of stocks. The collective value of these stocks on a given date is taken and given a score of 100. From that day onwards, the value of these stocks is tracked and its score relative to 100 is computed.

The stocks selected are based upon a number of parameters that the creators of the index decide. Equally, the valuation is also done using complex mathematical principles. Periodically, the list of shares used for computing the index also undergoes a change. These changes are decided by the index creators based on the parameters they have set for the stocks for inclusion.

An index shows whether the stock market, on the whole, is appreciating in value or declining in value.

The movement of the index itself is no indicator for individual shares. You may find that a particular share may be increasing in its price even when the index is down and vice versa. The index is only an indicator of the general trend.

The common indexes in Indian stock markets are:

        SENSEX, the index for stocks listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange 

        Nifty, the index for stocks listed on the National Stock Exchange.

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8 June 2013

Share Market Tips

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