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What is Day Trading?
Day Traders usually buy and sell (or sell first and then buy) securities (including Stocks, Bonds, Commodities, currency, options, futures etc) during the same day and, as a general rule, do not hold the securities overnight. They are therefore said to have "Zero Position” at the end of the day. (However some Brokers have started providing facility to square up the Buy-Trades on next market day). Many Day Traders make dozens of trades every day hoping to capture profits that arise from small intra-day price fluctuations.

What is Swing Trading?
Swing traders usually hold a security from one day to 2 weeks or so. Most of the swing traders concentrate on Breakouts on just a few selected High Volume stocks that they believe will likely make a significant move in price in the near-term.

Many people think that day trading is just gambling. Please comment.
No! That is a misconception. Day trading has large potential rewards, and it also has large potential risks involved. Generally in any form of gambling the odds for winning or losing are 50-50, where no strategy or tools may influence your chances of winning except your luck, which may play an important role. But in day trading, with the help of Technical Analysis, Proper Trading Strategy, discipline, Patience, use of stop Loss mechanism the odds can be turned in favor to extent of 80-20 or even higher. Even with 50% trades going wrong and hitting stop loss, day trader can make profit and turn out to be a winner. Day Traders must follow successful trading rules and avoid most common mistakes to remain in profit consistently.

In brief, what services are you offering for Day traders/Investors?
1. Highly Active Day-traders can get real-Time Intra-day Trading Calls in comfort of their home or office though our ”Message Room” (like MSN/Yahoo Chat-Box). If you are a busy executive or a person on move but do not want to miss any trading opportunity, you can get live trading calls on your mobile via SMS and profit from every short term fluctuation in the Market. (Additionally to assist you formulate a trading strategy for the day we have Daily Morning Newsletter specially designed for Day and Swing Traders, a trading guide like Bullish or Bearish Patterns, Breakouts, Candlestick Patterns, Overbought/ Oversold stocks, Support/ Resistance Levels for key stocks, Trend change Levels, Bar Reversals, Highly volatile stocks, A/D data, Stock Likely to move (both Bullish & Bearish) with Targets/ Stop Loss Levels and lot more…)

2. Semi-active Day Traders, or those expert themselves want second opinion or want additional tips, can go for economical ‘5-SMS a day’ plan with a Basic Newsletter giving important support resistance levels of 50 most active scrips including leading “F&O” scrips.

3. High Net worth Investors may avail our Portfolio Advisory Service to track their portfolio and make best use of Technical Analysis to profit from Trading in scrips in hand. Such investors may send separate mail giving their contact numbers.

4. For those, who wish to have Technical Analysis of a specific Stock, we offer detailed Technical Analysis Report at a nominal Fee, payable in advance.

What is the difference between 2 services plans named "5-SMS a day" and "Intra-Day Live SMS Calls"?
”5-SMS a day” is basically a service in which SMS will be sent at ‘Fixed time’ like first between 9.30-9.45 am with trading recommendations, if any followed by at 11.00, 12.30, 2.00 and at 3.15pm or before closing hours if extended. While in “Intra-Day Live SMS Calls” plan you get SMS as soon as there is a Buy/ Sell Signal from Charts. Number of SMS may vary depending upon trading opportunities to the extent of 15-20 calls a day. These will be time-sensitive for active traders.

Please clarify as what is the difference between "Basic Newsletter ” (BNL) and “Detailed Daily Newsletter” (DNL)?
”Basic Newsletter (BNL)’ as the name suggest gives basic trading information to the Day Traders like Important Support/ Resistance Levels/ Trend Change Levels/ 10 Period High/Low/ Bar Reversals/ AD data. This information is very useful for Day traders who trade only on Support/ Resistance Levels. The “Detailed Daily Newsletter (DNL)” Contains all the reports useful for all Day Traders and Investors using 1/5/30/ 60 Minutes & Daily Charts, like Bullish or Bearish Patterns, Breakouts, Candlestick Patterns, Overbought/ Oversold stocks, Support/ Resistance Levels for key stocks, Trend Change Levels, Bar Reversals, Highly volatile stocks, A/D data, Stock Likely to move (both Bullish & Bearish) with Targets/ Stop Loss Levels and lot more……………..

What is “Free Newsletter & Tips” on your web site?
As part of promotion of our services and to help traders and investors from time to time, who cannot afford our regular services, we give useful information through of Newsletters and other articles on Technical Analysis. Most Part of these newsletters is reserved for Paid Subscribers, however the Disclaimers/ Privacy Statement shall be applied to subscribers of Free Newsletters also.

I am willing to subscribe to the services offered by you but can I have “Free Trial” for few days to test your skills?
We can realize your apprehensions but you will appreciate that we are in this field since 1990 and proved our performance in all the best and worst periods of Stock Market hence do not require any testing. Moreover there are many cases in which people keep on asking for Free Trials under different names with different identities and mobile numbers. Therefore as a matter of policy, we do not give FREE TRIALS. You may try our “2-Week” Paid Trial offer.

Can I cancel my Membership/ Subscription any time due to any reason?
Yes! You can cancel your membership/ subscription any time by giving 7 days’ advance notice in writing, however the running month will be charged full and refund will be sent to you within 15 days after deducting the charges on the basis of ‘Monthly Subscription’ multiplied by the number of months the service was used. For Example if you intend to cancel Yearly subscription of a Plan (whose Yearly subscription is 22500/- while the Monthly Subscription is Rs2500/) after using it for 5 months. So you will get (Rs.22500/- minus Rs.2500x5 months= Rs.10000 minus full taxes if applied)

"I want to start day trading, but I don't know the first thing about it."
If you not sure about day trading, please don't just "jump in" take the time to read up and learn the basics of trading. Day trading is NOT easy and not a "get rich quick" strategy. A great way to start into day trading is to paper trade or use a trading simulator (without involving actual funds). These strategies don't take into account all the possible risks that occur when trading with real funds, but it can give you a sense of what it's like to trade. Please make sure you have a strong foundation of knowledge before using actual funds

What is ‘BTST’ offered by many Brokers of NSE/ BSE?
Taking advantage of the Settlement Procedures of Stock Markets, which requires settlement of Trade on 3rd Day of execution, many Brokers have started offering their Clients / Day Traders the facility of BTST (short form of ‘Buy today Sell tomorrow’) at nominal extra cost (or NO Extra Cost by few) provided the financial interests of brokers are protected. These trades are to be sold on next day (or before 12.00 noon on 3rd Day). However ‘Short Selling’ under this facility is not possible hence not available.

'How much capital is needed to begin day trading?
Generally, any day trader should have enough trading capital to enable him or her to buy at least few hundred shares of any given stock on any particular day - preferably without having to use margin or using only part margin. In addition, the new day trader should treat this as 100% risk capital and should not have to unduly worry that the whole amount of this capital may be lost very quickly.

How many On-Line Buy/ Sell Advises do you give in a Day?
On a Normal Trading day with usual fluctuations, you can expect 5 to 10 calls, however on a good volatile market these calls can go up to 20 also where as on a Non-trading market, these get reduced to 1 to 3 only.

What is your criteria of selection of stocks for Day-Trading?
The very first criteria are ‘Volume’. We select only ‘High Volume Stocks’ only for easy entry and exit (even in Stop Loss case). Second criteria are ‘Volatility’. It has been seen that Volatile stocks give better Trading opportunities for Intra-Day.

What is the number of stocks, you analyse for Day Trading?
We follow about 200 High Volume Stocks of ‘Nifty’, BSE ‘Sensex’, ‘F&O’ stocks including select high volume stocks. Apart from that we ‘rotate’ 10-15 stocks from time to time, which get into limelight on some news/ results/ media or on Technical Breakouts.

How do you give Real-Time Buy/ Sell advices to Day Traders?
We give real-time trading advise using ‘Message Room’, ‘Pop-Up Alerts’ and by ‘SMS’ on your Mobile Phones during market hours. Message Rooms has facility to only receive messages. For Message Room and Pop-Ups, you need to have internet facility during market hours to be On-Line.

Which of ‘Message Room’ or ‘Pop-Up Alerts’ or ‘SMS’ is suitable for me for real-time trading advise?
Message Room is for those Traders who have Internet facility, to be on line all the time during trading hours and they trade through internet/or Broker’s terminal instantly. ‘Pop-Up Alerts’ are useful for those busy investors/ traders/ HNI (with internet facility) who want to trade only when there is an opportunity. A small ‘Message Window Pop-up’ on their computer screen notifies them as soon as we send a message. And SMS is for those active traders who are mobile and can get their trades executed over phone or otherwise but do not have access to internet facility all the times.

How do I decide as how many shares to buy?
You should try to use the same amount of money on each trade, NOT the same number of shares. You should decide before you begin the service how much you will trade with. Let's say you decide on Rs50, 000/- per trade. If you are buying XYZ, and it costs Rs50, you should buy 1000 shares. If you are buying ABC and it costs Rs25, you ...

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