Day Trading Stocks & Futures

bkb

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yes, if person cannot automate then manual trading is needed n lots of practice, either on paper or with real money,
i regularly teach n train programming languages n trading to all my younger cousins who r in school
they all start with 1 lakh on paper, n they must double their money, n then again start with 1 lakh
some go from 1 to 3 lakh in just 1 week, n then again start with 1 lakh
n some keep losing bcoz they dont change n adapt easily
by resetting again n again to 1 lakh, greed and risk remains in control n money management is good
it is all abt discipline n setting fixed rules for profit n loss n then following them
if there is confusion, then person will not follow rules, not take profit , not take loss....

so if u have practiced enough on paper or in real, i would still suggest u to start small :)
करत-करत अभ्यास के जडमति होत सुजान
रसरी आवत-जात ते सिल पर परत निशान ॥ ”
 

Raj232

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National Logistics Policy | NLP can do to India’s logistics what UPI has done to payments

The pivot idea of the National Logistics Policy will be the seamless interoperability, through an overarching interdisciplinary, cross-sectoral, and multi-jurisdictional architecture backed by a robust tech backbone

Long queues of lorries and trucks loaded with cargo at the inter-state border gates of national highways is a familiar sight. It is not always because of the tolls that they have to pay to continue with their journey. A large part of this is also because of documentation, and cumbersome procedural bottlenecks.

In India getting goods to move from the source point to the destination has always been a seriously costly affair. While, there is no official estimation of logistics cost for India, some estimates have pegged logistics cost to be 13 to 14 percent of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP). This compares unfavourably with European countries where the logistics costs stand at about 8-9 percent of the GDP.

https://www.moneycontrol.com/news/o...cs-what-upi-has-done-to-payments-9192561.html
 

Raj232

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India can move out of emerging markets pack to a standalone destination: Uday Kotak
When seen on a year-to-date basis, Nifty has gained 1.66 per cent. On the other hand, the Dow Jones is down by over 15 per cent, FTSE100 2 per cent, Shanghai index 14 per cent and Hang Seng nearly 21 per cent.

“China, Europe, UK struggle on geo-politics and economics. India has navigated geo-politics deftly,” Kotak said on Twitter.

If we manage both inflation and growth, we can move out of the emerging markets pack to a standalone investment destination, Asia’s richest banker said.

When seen on a year-to-date basis, Nifty has gained 1.66 per cent. On the other hand, the Dow Jones is down by over 15 per cent, FTSE100 2 per cent, Shanghai index 14 per cent and Hang Seng nearly 21 per cent.

The outperformance of the Indian equity market was led by strong buying by retail and domestic institutional investors. July onwards, the FIIs have also started being net buyers. NSDL data shows that after buying equities worth about Rs 5,000 crore in July and Rs 51,000 crore in A ..


https://economictimes.indiatimes.co...stination-uday-kotak/articleshow/94298366.cms

Market likely to fly today .... (my 2 rupees)
 

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