Aug 27, 2018  |  Posted by: 

In our previous article, we covered all the ways in which you can aquire or increase your trading capital. The next step towards becoming a full time trader is to understand how you can guard your money. Fundamentally, you should refine your strategy enough to limit its loss making days. Once that is covered, you might be tempted to go al...  
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Aug 23, 2018  |  Posted by: 

The first requirement to start trading is an adequate amount of capital. When you have realistic expectations from your strategy and the market, you can expect to make around 1-2% return on your capital every month. Some months, you might also need to brace yourself for negative returns or losses. Every year, you can expect your capital to grow by roughly 15% which beats the average interest benchmark for returns from your savings bank account or fix...  
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Aug 20, 2018  |  Posted by: 

Trading for your living means you can be your own boss and make money by your own rules. But that kind of freedom comes with utmost dedication towards the art of trading. In this article, we will be covering what it takes to become a successful entrepreneur who trades for a living. Read more »

Aug 13, 2018  |  Posted by: 

In our previous articles, we focussed on how you can use time, technology and knowledge to maximise your profitability. But is that all it takes to succeed in trading? The answer is a big NO!  We’ve all heard that practice makes a man perfect and that is the last piece of the trading puzzle. There are no traders from anywhere around the world who were profitable from th...  
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Aug 06, 2018  |  Posted by: 

In our previous article ‘Is equity trading right for me?’, we went over how time is crucial for an intraday trader. In this article, we will elaborate on how technology has transformed trading and how you can benefit from it. A few decades ago, trading in India was a complicated affair. Traders would have to analyse the open and...  
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Aug 02, 2018  |  Posted by: 

Time and tide wait for no man. Neither does your window of opportunity to place that winning buy order. The time you put into trading might well make the difference to make you successful trader. A profitable trader’s day does not begin at 9:15 AM and end at 3:30 PM. Eminent traders around the world attribute their success to the time they spend on analysing their trades pre and post market ho...  
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Jul 21, 2018  |  Posted by: 

You may have read our previous article "Is Equity Trading Right for Me?” where we outlined the different factors you should consider before taking the plunge as a trader. In this article we will delve a little deeper into the subject, focussing on the role of knowledge in trading. Knowledge plays a vital role in the life of an equity tra...  
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Jul 17, 2018  |  Posted by: 

Investing in mutual funds, investing in equity shares and trading in stocks - all three practices share the common goal of earning a higher return from your savings. However, the manner in which this end is achieved differs greatly in all three cases. A lot depends on your end goal, level of experience and risk appetite. Below, you will find some broadly outlined differences between the three that would help y...  
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