October 20, 2021

7 thoughts on “Nifty Intraday Trade Experiment: Hands Burnt and Lessons Learnt

  1. Your not alone. Many dont have courage to say what you have said. Best in day trading is book profits to suit your risk appetite and dont look back at that stock atleast for few hours best for few days.

  2. Hi Shekhar,

    thanks for dropping by.

    I agree on the profit booking part and then not getting tempted to re-enter the scrip at the next moment.It is best to wait for some time to monitor the price movement and enter if the levels sustain.
    Hoping to see more of you around here adding value through comments:)

  3. Hi I must say this article is very well written I have been reading a large number of finance and stock based blogs and I think your style of writing is very engaging. I am completely away from intraday trading but as a value investor also I am curious to understand exactly how this works. Getting to know what not to do is a good start. Best of luck on keeping your heart strong through your trade sessions 🙂

  4. @Sumi
    You have made my day!! This is one of the most inspiring comment/feedback i have received for my writing. Muccho thanks
    Even i have been wary of Intraday trades and since action is the best way to learn, i got my hands dirty

    However, i have realised that Intraday cannot work if u dont have A) patience to wait 2) heart to book losses

    Hope to see more of you here

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