A phenomenon of Open v/s high low When you are into the work of stock trading, you often hear the terms "bull" and "bear". These terms are used to define…Read more →
Most Often, gold and stocks are the investment showgrounds that attracts Indian investors. If you are someone looking to invest in shares and stocks (stock market) in India, and are…Read more →
Dividend Paying Stocks - Although capital appreciation is the first choice of investors in comparison with dividend income, that does not make dividend less worthy. Despite the fact, that capital appreciation…Read more →
When you look at your stock charts for making trade decisions, do you wish to see beautiful charts? Or you would wish that, your charts are accurate?
Trading Holidays of NSE - MCX for year 2019: Below are the lists of NSE - MCX Trading Holidays along with trading holidays falling on Saturday and Sunday.
Access to real time data from NSE, BSE & MCX is classified as 4 Levels. These levels are mainly based upon the amount of real time market depth (order book) provided by the exchanges. The data requirements for a day trader are very different from a ‘buy and hold’ investor
Getting real time data into excel can be a very powerful tool, as the possibilities in excel are huge and only limited by your imagination. Excel can sometimes do things which many technical analysis applications may not be able to.
By migrating their trading systems from the standard time based (1min, 5 min etc..) candlestick charts to Range Bars, traders are looking to overcome the losses they encounter during sideways markets. The best part is that it is easily possible to Display and Work with these Range Bars in Amibroker.
Various products are traded on the Capital Markets. For trading purpose, each asset type is assigned a NSE series. Each NSE series distinguishes the scrips and / or the people who can trade in those series.
In an attempt to curb speculative trading, the exchanges move stocks to the "Trade to Trade", "T2T" or "T" segment. The NSE and the BSE, do this in consultation with the Securities Exchange board of India (SEBI).