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5 Deadly Day trading Mistakes in Nse Markets

And How to Avoid them in Day Trading

A1 Intraday Tips one advisory in share market cautions day traders about some mistakes that an intraday trader does in day trading.

Every trader makes some or other mistakes in day trading that’s ruins his entire capital. Sometimes he can lose his capital in a day too. We have listed some common but 5 deadly trading mistakes that a novice or unprofessional traders does in share market.

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Mistake No. 1

Intraday traders do not trade with Nifty & Sensex Trend

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Generally Intraday traders looks percentage If stocks falls by by 5% ,10% or 15%, some traders Rush for buying the stocks. If A Stock is up by 5%, 10% and may be 15% some traders go for short selling in those stocks.

We at A1 Intraday Tips advise traders to trade with Nifty trend and the overall Market Trend. Never trade opposite of the Market trend in Day trading. We also advised traders to not to buy stock which have fallen 10% & 15 % it will never come up in Intraday trade, might be possible that they can cover in 2-3 days, and you will never get profit in this type of against the trend trading.

Mistake No. 2

Day Traders Book profit Early and hold in Loss.

Intraday traders always hurry in booking profit and hold long in Loss. It’s a problem with lot of traders, and it’s based on the emotions of every trader. They trade with heart and not brains and make them lose their hard earned money. We request every day traders before trading decide the Target and stop Loss for the trade and then put a buy or short sell order. If stop loss trigger’s exit immediately don’t change the stop loss price at all. Also in profits place trail stop loss orders, so that if on every up move of the stock, your stop loss also moves and you are sure to get maximum profits.

Mistake No. 3

Intraday traders Average in Loss Trade.

90% Day traders do Average in Loss trade. We advise if Buy or Sell trade is not in your favor exit immediately and never do average in loss trade. Here we give one nice example If you have 5 apple and one apple will spoil what you will do? You will throw apple which is spoiled and will keep 4 good apples. Same way if your one trade is in loss exits from that trade and hold a trade that is in profit. We recommend traders to average in profits instead of loss. Risk Management is very important for day trading.

Mistake No. 4

All Day traders follow rumors and Media News.

Generally day traders follow News paper tips and Media tips. We advise please do not follow these type of rumors and news tips. Because some time one Tv channel recommending buying and same stock other Tv channel suggest for selling. Traders should try to read charts and anaylse them for day trading.

Mistake No. 5

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Intraday traders do Over Trading

Intraday traders do great mistake of over Trading. We advise if you have a Rs. 10,000 put trade of 4000 to 7500 don’t put all fund in one trade or even in two three trades, even though if you are 100 % sure of price reaching targets. Any global news or domestic news can caused a reverse trend in stocks at any time. Some time even quaterly results can also become movers and shakers for a stock.

importants points to remember

Points to Remember - Day Trading in Share Market.

  • Trade with index/ market trend, once trend is clear, trade accordingly.
  • Don’t follow rumors and media news, trade on technicals only.
  • Market opens every day so don’t plan to be rich in one day doing day trading.
  • Don’t trade using the entire margin given by the broker.
  • Don’t short when the stock is on the up move in intraday.
  • Don’t buy when stock is in downtrend for day trade.

If the trend is not clear avoid trading Nse market. Market will be open every day from Monday to Friday between 09:15 to 03:30. Please put the day trade only when you are clear with the market trend. We Provide Daily Share Tips for Day Traders, Learn more about our Share Tips Free Trial in Nse Market

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