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No, they can't. All trades have to be routed through brokerages. For more information, read this post37 on NSE's website. Why? Brokers are a key layer between exchanges and traders. They exist to offer technology, back-end support, settlements, manage complex... (More)
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While this depends on various things, I'd say a minimum of 1:2 is required in such trades, if not higher. The higher the risk/reward, the more likely you want to continue it. Breakout trades with poor risk/reward will eventually make... (More)
It's tricky. Usually, people trade in the direction of a breakout after it has already occurred, expecting the price to rise or fall further. In many cases, the breakouts tend to be false, and traders who place tight SLs tend... (More)
From a portfolio standpoint, index funds are restricted to mainly benchmark equity indices, whereas ETFs can cover a much broader range of securities and portfolios. Here are a few examples:
- Index ETFs such as Kotak Nifty ETF
- Sector ETFs for... (More)
- Entry stop loss orders are used to enter trades after a specific price point is breached. For instance, say you want to buy a stock currently trading at 90 only when it breaks above the 100 mark. To achieve this,... (More)
There are no iron rules, but here are some of the things that can help:
- If a stock is headed firmly towards previous support or resistance without holding back much, the breakout is likely to happen. This is especially... (More)
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You'll have to develop an 'eye' for it, and it's probably the most challenging thing to do today, considering the sheer distractions out there. The only way is by concentrating on the way prices move. Yes, it sounds weird, but... (More)
It is much better to do SIPs in a downtrending market than an uptrending one. Why? Because your average price wil be lower overtime. Most people load up on SIPs in up trending markets and it's a sure shot way... (More)