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Jun 19, 2019  |  Posted by: 

Investment sure is rewarding. However, the later you start investing, the less time you will have to enjoy the fruits of your investment efforts. As a youngster going straight into the workforce, it is important for you to save up and diversify your portfolio. Here are several options that you can choose from to invest and prosper in the long term. Read more »

May 30, 2019  |  Posted by: 

More often than not, trading and investing are used interchangeably, even by industry giants. If you are getting into trading or investing as a beginner, we suggest that you understand the primary differences between the two and know what it takes to become successful in each. Most famous investors also keep away a significant portion of their capital for trading. In fact, the profits of their trading activities are mostly their investment capital. Read on ...  
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May 27, 2019  |  Posted by: 

The first step towards learning about stock market investing is to first unlearn a few popular ideas and myths that make you feel like investment isn’t your cup of tea. Once you have decided to grow your wealth, it is never too late to start your investment planning. Here are a few things you should immediately disregard before investing Read more »

Apr 27, 2019  |  Posted by: 

Options trading is a type of derivative trading where its price is intrinsically linked to an underlying stock. A stock buyer holds the right, but not the obligation, to buy/sell 100 shares of a stock at a premium from/to a seller within a fixed time period. (more…)...  
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Apr 19, 2019  |  Posted by: 

Options trading is a type of derivative trading where its price is intrinsically linked to an underlying stock. A stock buyer holds the right, but not the obligation, to buy/sell 100 shares of a stock at a premium from/to a seller within a fixed time period. (more…)...  
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Apr 12, 2019  |  Posted by: 

The trading landscape in India is undergoing major changes. With several brokerage firms offering massive discounts to their charges, the number of traders in India has seen a big rise. To take the evolution further, we at Zebu are offering a single margin for trading in currency, commodity and equity. But wait, what’s in it for you? ...  
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Apr 05, 2019  |  Posted by: 

Scalping is often dismissed as a trading strategy due to its high-frequency trading nature. Ultimately, trading can only be classified into two types - profitable and unprofitable. While tweaks can be made to intraday and positional trading strategies and used interchangeably, scalping requires a special focus and unique strategies for success. Although it is hard to master, it is not impossible to successfully scalp the Indian market. Read more »

Mar 30, 2019  |  Posted by: 

Never dismiss the importance of a well-setup trading desk. A trading desk is the most crucial part of your trading career. Therefore, spend some time and money in optimising it for maximum ease-of-use. (more…)...  
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