Market trading – Exarnet http://exarnet.org/ Wed, 15 Jun 2022 08:25:38 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://exarnet.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-1-120x120.png Market trading – Exarnet http://exarnet.org/ 32 32 The AEMO suspends trading on the energy market; Fair Work Commission minimum wage increase of 5.2%; MPs win pay rise, RBA predicts 7% inflation by end of 2022, ASX set to take more losses as Wall Street continues to bleed https://exarnet.org/the-aemo-suspends-trading-on-the-energy-market-fair-work-commission-minimum-wage-increase-of-5-2-mps-win-pay-rise-rba-predicts-7-inflation-by-end-of-2022-asx-set-to-take-more-losses-as-wall-stre/ Wed, 15 Jun 2022 08:25:38 +0000 https://exarnet.org/the-aemo-suspends-trading-on-the-energy-market-fair-work-commission-minimum-wage-increase-of-5-2-mps-win-pay-rise-rba-predicts-7-inflation-by-end-of-2022-asx-set-to-take-more-losses-as-wall-stre/ A small business industry body says rising minimum wages and bonuses are just another additional cost business owners will face, amid rising commodity prices. basic necessities, including fuel, transport and goods. “There are actually not a lot of costs going down for small businesses,” said Alexi Boyd, chief executive of the Council of Small Business […]]]>

A small business industry body says rising minimum wages and bonuses are just another additional cost business owners will face, amid rising commodity prices. basic necessities, including fuel, transport and goods.

“There are actually not a lot of costs going down for small businesses,” said Alexi Boyd, chief executive of the Council of Small Business Organizations Australia.

Alexi Boyd says structural reform is needed to improve conditions for small businesses. Credit:Rhett Wyman

“ABS data indicates that 43% [of small businesses] recorded an increase in its operating expenses in the last reporting period, compared to 22% last year. So we are seeing a massive increase in input costs, she said.

Boyd said many companies were already paying higher wages than granted but were struggling to cope with labor shortages, with some companies hiring people who didn’t show up afterwards.

“That’s why we’re seeing a contraction in the small business economy: people don’t operate on Sundays, people don’t provide meals on site; they are only open for takeout,” she said.

She said many businesses were unwilling or unable to pass on increased costs to customers, forcing owners to work around the clock in some cases to maintain business.

“There’s a boom going on right now, and we call it a profitless boom, because there are a lot of small businesses that aren’t able to take advantage of the money that’s flowing through the economy. They can’t offer the same level of goods and services as before because of input costs, or they just can’t convince workers to keep their doors open,” she said.

What small businesses need is structural reform, Boyd said, which includes reforms to make it easier for businesses to comply with industrial relations regulations and good technical support for that.

“There needs to be a mature, good look at what the future of small business looks like in the next one to two years,” she said.

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What are the types of stock market transactions? https://exarnet.org/what-are-the-types-of-stock-market-transactions/ Thu, 26 May 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://exarnet.org/what-are-the-types-of-stock-market-transactions/ But when you divide the forms of trading according to investment strategies, there is technical trading and fundamental trading. And when we categorize the forms of trading based on time frame, there is intraday trading, swing trading, and positional trading. Thus, these different forms of trading tend to overlap due to the common characteristics they […]]]>

But when you divide the forms of trading according to investment strategies, there is technical trading and fundamental trading. And when we categorize the forms of trading based on time frame, there is intraday trading, swing trading, and positional trading. Thus, these different forms of trading tend to overlap due to the common characteristics they share.

For example, technical trading is similar to intraday trading, and fundamental trading shares some characteristics with positional trading.

Here we provide an overview of the main categories of trading on the exchange:

Intraday trading

Intraday trading is also known as day trading. If an investor buys and sells stocks on the same day, then this is called intraday trading. This directly means that if an investor buys a set of stocks one day, they must sell those stocks before the end of the same day, before the market closes for the day. This form of trading allows investors to use margins, where they get credit from a broker.

Intraday trading is low risk because it is short-term, but it can become risky when the trader uses too much money on margin. Also, this trade requires relatively less capital investment as it allows traders to make payments in the form of small margins.

On the other hand, this does not facilitate long-term capital investments, so investors cannot expect high returns. It also requires the full concentration of the trader throughout the day.

delivery trade

Delivery trading is the form of long-term investment and it is also considered one of the safest ways to invest in the stock market. This form of trading is the most common in the stock market. The investor makes delivery trades with the aim of holding his purchased shares for a longer period.

Unlike intraday trading, delivery trading does not allow the use of margins, and the investor himself must be in possession of the necessary funds. This type of trading requires the investor to pay a full amount for their trades. Delivery trading does not place any time constraints on stock trading, it would simply require the delivery of stocks to a respective demat account.

In delivery trading, there is a possibility of earning high dividends, voting rights, etc., for the investor from the company in which he has invested. There are no instances of short selling in this type of trading. Delivery trading certainly brings big profits to the investor as the growth of the business is reflected in the dividends the investor receives over a period of time.

In delivery trading, it is relevant that the investor makes full payment as no margin is allowed. This can lead to loss of investment opportunities due to lack of access to money.

swing trading

Swing trading capitalizes on changes or fluctuations in the prices of stocks or any other financial product in the market for a few days. Traders participating in swing trading aim to hold stocks for longer than a day and benefit from the added momentum in the stock price.

The main factor that differentiates swing trading from others is time frame. In swing trading, stocks are held by the trader for a short time — a few weeks at most.

In this type of trading, it is very important for traders to be able to understand the price trends in the market. They need to make sense of the trend to be able to generate high profits.

Positional negotiation

Positional trading is the form of trading that relies on a buy and hold strategy. This forces traders to hold stocks for a long time. Traders who want to react to the slightest movements in the market opt ​​for day trading whereas positional trading only brings profits when traders expect a significant rise in price.

Apart from offering high returns, this form of trading also does not require extensive monitoring of one’s trading profile and day-to-day market conditions.

However, positional trading is one that requires extensive research and study before buying shares of a company, because trading itself involves long-term ownership of those shares.

Fundamental trade

Traders involved in fundamental trading are well known for their fundamental analysis as it relates to company data and subsequent growth estimates. Particular emphasis is placed on company-related events.

This type of trading is also called limit investing because fundamental traders believe in a buy and hold strategy, leading to long-term trading, i.e. investing.

Moreover, they are well aware of the business growth, management potential, financial stability and hence these traders are waiting for further momentum for high returns.

Technical trade

Technical trading is done through effective technical analysis of the market. This type of analysis helps traders understand stock price movements and make trading decisions accordingly.

A technical trader can be successful with their ability to research and knowledge of stocks. This form of trading would require the trader to be able to clearly read charts and graphs containing information. Moreover, the risk associated with this type of trading is relatively high and following patterns is crucial.

Thus, we can say that a stock trader can engage in any of the forms of trading mentioned above, which depends on his buying and selling decisions and, most importantly, on the reasons behind these decisions.

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Bob Lang’s Top Bear Market Trading Tips https://exarnet.org/bob-langs-top-bear-market-trading-tips/ Tue, 17 May 2022 14:30:57 +0000 https://exarnet.org/bob-langs-top-bear-market-trading-tips/ For six weeks, the indices (notably the S&P500 (SPX)) have slipped lower, explains Bob Lang from ExplosiveOptions.net. Sure, there were rallies, but they were short-lived. Sustained high volatility has, at best, made trading difficult. The sharp drops shook the nerves. Continued geopolitical and economic uncertainty has caused sleepless nights. That’s a lot, which is why […]]]>

For six weeks, the indices (notably the S&P500 (SPX)) have slipped lower, explains Bob Lang from ExplosiveOptions.net.

Sure, there were rallies, but they were short-lived. Sustained high volatility has, at best, made trading difficult. The sharp drops shook the nerves. Continued geopolitical and economic uncertainty has caused sleepless nights. That’s a lot, which is why I decided to put together the best bear market trading tips I’ve published over the years.

These are the same strategies I use to protect (and maybe grow) my portfolio.

Keep in mind that the name of the game is to protect your wealth. Bear market cycles are historically rather short. They have to run their course, so don’t fight it. Without further ado, here are my top bear market trading tips;

Take a break

I’ve written about this many times, but it bears repeating: take a break from trading if necessary.

I’ve been known to take breaks in both bull and bear markets. Sudden up and down movements in a bear market are exhausting and eventually you are exhausted. I’ve seen countless players throw in the towel out of fatigue from endlessly waiting for a trend to set or reverse.

Give yourself a break before the market breaks you down. It’s not easy, and sometimes you’ll feel left out, but I doubt you’ll be permanently scarred by it. In fact, a break is refreshing and allows you to come back into the game invigorated.

Play the market both ways

If you’re in, play the market both ways. This can mitigate portfolio volatility and increase your chances of bank winnings.

Most of us are conditioned to play only on the bullish side. Throw away that playbook. I come to the table every day looking for opportunities on both sides of the market, regardless of the trend. Stocks don’t go up every day, even in a bull market. Stay agnostic and seek opportunities with an open mind. You are more likely to come up with ideas from both sides.

Ignore calls for the bottom

Every time the markets go down again, you can guarantee that a talking head somewhere is declaring it to be the low. If only it were that simple. You won’t know when a bottom has been reached until a new uptrend is confirmed.

Be careful during trade rallies

We’ve seen our share of rallies over the past few weeks. They can be traded, but they require a lot of care, luck, and timing. Be careful when trading a rally and remember never to trade more than you can afford to lose (one of my main risk management strategies).

Always have indexes that work

I always have protection via index puts whether I have long calls or short puts in my portfolio. Bear markets are notorious for their volatility, and holding some protection makes me sleep much better at night. When I don’t have protection that works for me, I worry.

Over the past few weeks, our explosive options portfolio has seen some nice gains thanks to index puts. They weren’t winning monsters, but that’s okay. Modest gains are better than the alternative.

Remember that the goal here is to reduce portfolio volatility. Index put options may not allow you to maximize on a bull day, but you will certainly cut losses on a bear day.

Learn more about Bob Lang at ExplosiveOptions.net.

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Pre-market negotiation: what is it and how does it work? https://exarnet.org/pre-market-negotiation-what-is-it-and-how-does-it-work/ Mon, 16 May 2022 04:09:05 +0000 https://exarnet.org/pre-market-negotiation-what-is-it-and-how-does-it-work/ Pre-market trading can be a good way to enter or exit the market, especially for widely followed stocks and funds. With pre-market trading, you can make trades before much of the market is ready to act. Despite this advantage, premarket trading is not without its drawbacks. Here’s what premarket trading is, how to do it, […]]]>

Pre-market trading can be a good way to enter or exit the market, especially for widely followed stocks and funds. With pre-market trading, you can make trades before much of the market is ready to act. Despite this advantage, premarket trading is not without its drawbacks.

Here’s what premarket trading is, how to do it, and what to watch out for.

What is pre-market trading?

Pre-market trading is another way to trade stocks or ETFs, in addition to regular daily hours and after-hours sessions. Stocks on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq can be traded pre-market, but only the largest and most liquid stocks and funds typically trade during this time.

US stock and fund trading generally takes place between 9:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Eastern Time. Anything outside of these hours is considered extended hours, including pre-market trading, which runs from 4 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. EST.

The after-hours session runs from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time.

Trading before the market opened was once reserved for wealthier clients, but now many online brokers, including Charles Schwab and Fidelity Investments, allow any client to trade during this window. However, many brokers do not allow clients to trade for the entire pre-market trading period, often limiting them to around two and a half hours before the regular session.

Thus, it is not unusual for online brokers to allow premarket trading to begin at 7am.

How to trade during pre-market hours

Doing a pre-market trade is as easy as doing a trade during regular hours, although there are risks associated with it. Here’s how to set up your premarket transaction to buy and sell stocks and funds:

1. Decide what you want to trade

As you would for a trade during normal hours, you must enter the ticker symbol of the stock or fund, the number of shares you wish to trade and the type of order you wish to place – a short order limit or a market order, for example.

2. Set trade terms and time period

If your broker allows you to set the time period, you can specify when you want the order to be executed, with the following choices:

  • At regular hours. This setting means that the order will only be executed during the regular session, when the market is usually the most liquid.
  • In regular and extended hours. This setting will allow your broker to execute the order, if possible, during the regular session or pre-market sessions or after business hours.
  • Only during extended hours. Your broker may allow you to configure the trade to run only during pre-market or after-hours sessions, or only one of the sessions.

The market is much less liquid during pre- or after-hours trading sessions, so it makes perfect sense to use limit orders. You’ll need to specify a price you’re willing to accept, but it helps you avoid the trade executing at a price that diverges wildly from the security’s recent trading price. Some brokers only allow the use of limit orders in extended sessions.

3. Place the trade

After defining the terms of your trade, you are ready to submit the trade to your broker.

But don’t worry if the trade doesn’t execute immediately, or even if it never does. Relatively few investors participate in trades before or after trading hours, and these times do not have market makers to provide liquidity. For your order to be executed, you will need to find someone willing to trade at your price. The market may simply not be available – at any price.

Pre-market trading risks

Pre-market trading presents certain risks for investors wishing to take advantage of it:

  • Lack of liquidity. The pre-market session is much less liquid than the regular session, for most securities most of the time. You may not be able to negotiate at a price you are willing to accept. And market makers and other liquidity providers will not ensure an orderly market, as they would in normal trading. Only relatively few stocks can be traded, even for large and generally liquid stocks.
  • Inability to execute a transaction. You can place an order, but that does not mean it will be filled. And if no one wants to negotiate your price, you’re out of luck. If you insist on trading at any price, you may end up with a very different execution price than you expected.
  • Potential to misjudge sentiment. You may be looking to exit or enter a position after a significant event, such as a company’s earnings, before the rest of the market reacts. But the lack of liquidity in the pre-market can lead you to believe that a stock will sell during the regular session, when it is actually about to rise. Or vice versa. You may end up buying on what looks like a good earnings report, only for the market to dip. Be careful.

These are the main pre-market trading concerns, and they all basically relate to the lack of liquidity typical of most pre-market securities.

At the end of the line

Pre-market trading allows you to trade outside of regular market hours, but this ability doesn’t mean you should. With a thin and illiquid market, it can be easy to make a trade at the wrong price when you could wait a little longer and get a better price in the more robust regular market.

Editorial Disclaimer: All investors are advised to conduct their own independent research into investment strategies before making an investment decision. Further, investors are cautioned that past performance of investment products does not guarantee future price appreciation.

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Bears make trading dangerous; Disney, Rivian on reports https://exarnet.org/bears-make-trading-dangerous-disney-rivian-on-reports/ Wed, 11 May 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://exarnet.org/bears-make-trading-dangerous-disney-rivian-on-reports/ Once again, stock indices melted into the close on Wednesday. Currently, we’re gearing up for a seventh straight week in the red for the Dow Jones, sixth straight for the Nasdaq and the S&P 500. Right now, the tech-heavy Nasdaq is down 30% from its all-time highs set in November. from last year ; the […]]]>

Once again, stock indices melted into the close on Wednesday. Currently, we’re gearing up for a seventh straight week in the red for the Dow Jones, sixth straight for the Nasdaq and the S&P 500. Right now, the tech-heavy Nasdaq is down 30% from its all-time highs set in November. from last year ; the S&P is -18% from its January highs (-4.5% for the week so far) and the Dow is -7% in the past month alone.

Worse still, for the second consecutive trading session, the Dow went on a huge roller coaster ride: +423 points to session highs, only to drop back down and close at -326. Even the last holdouts who hadn’t been hit by this massive bear market – AAPL Apple and Home Depot HD — are down today: -5.2% and -2.8%, respectively. Nothing is certain and there is no bottom. At least that’s the current story.

Based on the interest rate hike induced to rein in the current high inflation (CPI +8.3% year-over-year), forecasts now indicate that future quarterly earnings will decline over the next few months. quarters, even over the next year, depending on who you listen to. So lower earnings are leading to a recalibration of valuations – not just in tech but across all sectors – down as well. Ergo this bear market, whose falling knife has been bleeding your fingers for several weeks.

Walt Disney Co’s DIS saw its late-trading fortunes improve, even after missing both the top and bottom numbers in its second fiscal quarter after the close. Shares were up +3% initially and +6% before pulling back a bit: Earnings of $1.08 per share missed Zacks’ estimate of $1.20, albeit a one-shot of 43 cents per share has caused the company to lose momentum. Revenue of $19.25 billion was lower than the $20.25 billion expected – again on the $1 billion charge related to the termination of a license agreement.

Disney+ subscriptions did better than expected: 137.7 million versus 135 million sought by analysts, while its Parks segment brought in $6.7 billion versus the consensus estimate of $6.3 billion. The company cited both higher volumes and increased customer spending, demonstrating another strongly branded company successfully passing on higher spending to its customer base. To learn more about DIS revenue, click here.

Rivian RIVN shares are doing even better after the close, after its loss per share in the first quarter was weaker than expected – -$1.43 against -$1.50 in the Zacks consensus – while revenues were well in below expectations: 95 million dollars against the 113.6 million dollars expected by analysts. Still, the production outlook for the 25K vehicles generated in 2022 remains unchanged, signaling that its medium-term expectations are still intact. After all, the business of automakers is to sell cars; it’s time for Rivian to deliver electric vehicles. Shares were up +12% late in the session, but are still down more than -60% year-to-date.

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Lyft beats on revenue, but shares fall after marketing https://exarnet.org/lyft-beats-on-revenue-but-shares-fall-after-marketing/ Tue, 03 May 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://exarnet.org/lyft-beats-on-revenue-but-shares-fall-after-marketing/ Ride-sharing giant Lyft reported stronger-than-expected first-quarter 2022 results after the bell on Tuesday. Lyft’s first-quarter revenue of $875.6 million beat analysts’ consensus estimate of $845.5 million as ride-sharing volumes hit a new COVID-era high. The company’s revenue of $875.6 million in the first quarter of 2022 represents a 44% improvement from the $609 million in […]]]>

Ride-sharing giant Lyft reported stronger-than-expected first-quarter 2022 results after the bell on Tuesday. Lyft’s first-quarter revenue of $875.6 million beat analysts’ consensus estimate of $845.5 million as ride-sharing volumes hit a new COVID-era high. The company’s revenue of $875.6 million in the first quarter of 2022 represents a 44% improvement from the $609 million in the first quarter of 2021.

Despite falling revenue, Lyft stock (NASDAQ: LYFT) fell sharply in the first hours of post-market trading. The stock fell more than 15% after the company announced a lower-than-expected outlook for the next quarter in its earnings call.

Lyft also posted a third consecutive quarter of positive adjusted earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization, recording adjusted EBITDA of $54.8 million. That’s $127.8 million more than the Q1 2021 figure, and it beats the high end of Lyft’s own projection by about $40 million.


Read: Lyft reports its first-ever adjusted earnings for the full year

Read: Rideshare rebound: Breaking down Uber and Lyft’s big Q3


The company reported about 17.8 million active runners in the last quarter. Although this is a slight drop from the fourth quarter of 2021 – when the company had approximately 18.7 million active passengers – it is still an improvement of almost 32% compared to the first. quarter 2021.

Lyft also made more money from these passengers than a year ago — revenue per active passenger for Q1 2022 was $49.18, compared to $45.13 in Q1 2021.

Active drivers, meanwhile, also saw significant year-over-year growth. The number of drivers who made at least one trip during the first quarter of 2022 was 40% higher than during the same period last year. And new driver activations were up 70% this quarter compared to the same quarter a year earlier.

“The first quarter was better than expected and ridesharing volumes hit a new COVID high,” said co-founder and CEO Logan Green.


Watch: Entering the gig economy


Chief Financial Officer Elaine Paul added, “Our first quarter results significantly exceeded our outlook. This outperformance is explained by the increase in demand and the resilience of engine levels. We will continue to improve service levels to benefit our business in the short term and put us in the best position to meet growing demand over the long term. We also plan to invest strategically in key business initiatives to support our continued growth.

Q1 2022 results are a positive sign for Lyft. Despite a drop in ridership at the start of 2022 due to the COVID outbreaks, volumes recovered in February and March to generate a strong quarter for the company in terms of revenue growth.

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Market trades after the Wall Street sell-off; UK closed https://exarnet.org/market-trades-after-the-wall-street-sell-off-uk-closed/ Mon, 02 May 2022 06:21:23 +0000 https://exarnet.org/market-trades-after-the-wall-street-sell-off-uk-closed/ LONDON — European markets started May on a weak footing as investors digested new economic data and a sudden drop in the Swedish stock market. Meanwhile, German retail sales released on Monday morning showed an unexpected drop in March. The Federal Statistical Office said sales were down 0.1% for the month in real terms. Global […]]]>

LONDON — European markets started May on a weak footing as investors digested new economic data and a sudden drop in the Swedish stock market.

Meanwhile, German retail sales released on Monday morning showed an unexpected drop in March. The Federal Statistical Office said sales were down 0.1% for the month in real terms.

Global investors continue to monitor the war in Ukraine and its geopolitical implications. European leaders are expected to work this week on a Russian oil embargo. Over the weekend, the United Nations and the International Committee of the Red Cross began evacuating civilians from the besieged port city of Mariupol. This operation should continue on Monday.

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Stocks on Wall Street edged higher on Monday morning after the Nasdaq Composite Index posted its worst month since 2008, under pressure from rising rates, runaway inflation and disappointing earnings from some of the biggest companies. technologies.

Shares in Asia-Pacific fell on Monday, as data released over the weekend showed Chinese factory activity contracted in April.

Back in Europe, shares of wind turbine company Vestas fell 7.8% after it cut its forecast. Airbus shares fell 1.8% despite a large order from airline Qantas for its London-Sydney route.

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WHAT ARE THE TRADING TIMETABLES IN THE COMMODITY MARKET https://exarnet.org/what-are-the-trading-timetables-in-the-commodity-market/ Tue, 26 Apr 2022 19:02:00 +0000 https://exarnet.org/what-are-the-trading-timetables-in-the-commodity-market/ One of the things to understand about commodity trading is that the commodity market hours are much longer. To understand the commodity market hours in India, let us look at some important aspects of the commodity market hours as well as the list of commodity market holidays. COMMODITY MARKET HOURS For commodity market trading hours, […]]]>

One of the things to understand about commodity trading is that the commodity market hours are much longer. To understand the commodity market hours in India, let us look at some important aspects of the commodity market hours as well as the list of commodity market holidays.

COMMODITY MARKET HOURS

For commodity market trading hours, we will look at the actual commodity market hours as well as the list of trading and clearing holidays.

Here are the normal market hours for the commodities markets.

Trading on the Commodity Derivatives segment of the exchange will take place every weekday from Monday to Friday. This excludes Saturdays and Sundays and public holidays declared in advance by the Exchange and notified to members of the Exchange. The market timings of the commodity derivatives segment are:

  • Normal opening of the market: 09:00
  • Normal closing of the market: 11:30 p.m.

Since commodity trading can only take place on stipulated trading days on commodity exchanges, let’s also look at the list of trading holidays and clearing holidays. Below is the complete list of commercial holidays for this year and this list changes every year.

Commodity category Trade start time Trade end time (after start of DST in spring) Trade end time (after DST ends in spring)
Non-agricultural products of international reference 09:00 11:30 p.m. 11:55 p.m.
Trade modification 11:45 p.m. 11:59 p.m.
Position Limit/Guarantee Value Setup/Limit End Time 11:45 p.m. 11:59 p.m.

Since commodity trading can only take place on stipulated trading days on commodity exchanges, let’s also look at the list of trading holidays and clearing holidays. Below is the complete list of commercial holidays for this year and this list changes every year.

Sr No Date Day The description
1 26-Jan-2021 Tuesday republic day
2 02-Apr-2021 Friday Good Friday

However, many public holidays fall on a Saturday or Sunday and would therefore be considered commercial holidays. Here is a list of commercial holidays that fall on a weekend.

Sr No Date Day The description
1 25-Apr-2021 Sunday Mahavir Jayanti
2 01-May-2021 Saturday Maharashtra Day
3 August 15, 2021 Sunday independence day
4 02-Oct-2021 Saturday Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti
5 25-Dec-2021 Saturday Christmas

Several holidays may not be trading holidays for commodity markets, but could be clearing holidays. These are days when banks are not operating, so commodity trades for that date cannot be cleared and will be cleared on the next business day. Here is a list of these holidays.

Sr No Date Day The description
1 26-Jan-2021 Tuesday republic day
2 19-Feb-2021 Friday Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti
3 March 11, 2021 Thusday Mahashivratri
4 March 29, 2021 Monday holi
5 01-Apr-2021 Thusday Annual bank closing
6 02-Apr-2021 Friday Good Friday
7 13-Apr-2021 Tuesday Gudi Padwa
8 14-Apr-2021 Wednesday . Babasaheb Ambedkar Jayanti
9 21-Apr-2021 Wednesday Ram Navami
ten 13-May-2021 Thusday Id-Ul-Fitr (Ramzan Id)
11 26-May-2021 Wednesday Buddha Purnima
12 -July-2021 Wednesday Bakri ID
13 August 16, 2021 Monday parsi new year
14 August 19, 2021 Thusday Muharram
15 10-Sep-2021 Friday Ganesh Chaturti
16 15-Oct-2021 Friday Dussehra
17 Oct 19, 2021 Tuesday Id-E-Milad
18 04-Nov-2021 Thusday Diwali – Laxmi Pujan
19 05-Nov-2021 Friday Diwali-Balipratipada
20 19-Nov-2021 Friday Guru Nanak Jayanti

Commodity traders should plan their trading and deliveries accordingly, keeping these trading and clearing holidays in mind.

STOCK MARKET HOURS (STOCKS)

negotiation session

The pre-open session will last 15 minutes from 9:00 am to 9:15 am. The pre-opening session includes the order entry period and the order matching period.

The pre-open session will consist of two sessions viz.

  • Order entry period.
  • Order matching period.

After the order matching period, there is also a buffer period to ease the transition from pre-opening to ongoing session

Order entry period

  • The order entry period is 8* minutes, during which order entry, modification and cancellation are permitted. (* – System controlled random stop between 7th and 8th minute)
  • Limit and market orders will be permitted.
  • Dissemination of the indicative equilibrium price, the indicative matchable quantity and the indicative values ​​of the index

Order matching period

  • The order matching period will begin immediately after the end of the order entry period. During this period, no order additions/modifications/cancellations will be allowed.
  • The next step is determining the opening price and confirming the trade.

Trading session continues 9:15 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Trades occur continuously when orders match time/price priority

With the introduction of the call auction session, the trading day will look like this:

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The continuous trading session will only start after the end of the pre-opening session. The two trading sessions, the continuous and call (pre-open) auction sessions will not take place simultaneously.

The block trading session (35 minutes) will start with the start of the continuous session.

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Your briefest instruction on what is trading in the online market in 2022 https://exarnet.org/your-briefest-instruction-on-what-is-trading-in-the-online-market-in-2022/ Fri, 22 Apr 2022 21:18:49 +0000 https://exarnet.org/your-briefest-instruction-on-what-is-trading-in-the-online-market-in-2022/ Source: unsplash.com Many people wonder how to be an online trader when they see the stellar results from followers. Also, there are many positive and negative stereotypes about online marketing. Objectively, it can be said that many novices do not understand how trading works. Understanding Accelerates When a Green Trader Uses the Powers of zignally.com. […]]]>

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Many people wonder how to be an online trader when they see the stellar results from followers. Also, there are many positive and negative stereotypes about online marketing. Objectively, it can be said that many novices do not understand how trading works.

Understanding Accelerates When a Green Trader Uses the Powers of zignally.com. With such austere tools, online trading becomes a hassle-free pleasure. Yet even the best online stock trading ideas won’t save you if you lack clarity. So let us explain in detail!

Definition and essence of online trading

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In general, it involves selling or buying assets via the Internet. It has become available due to the development of technology and the involvement of digital devices. Of course, here we are talking about computers, laptops, tablets and smartphones in our lives.

The most common type is forex. Adepts and novices trade currency pairs, trying to profit from their price changes. Another popular way to trade online is stock trading. In this case, people buy and sell shares of different companies.

The most important advantage of this activity is that you can do it anywhere with an internet connection. There is no need to be in a particular place at a specific time to do business. Only two things that are your mandatory tools are internet connection and knowledge.

What is an Online Stock Broker for Beginners?

An online stockbroker is an intermediary that helps you trade assets. It can be either a company or an independent person. Working with an intermediary is like accessing various platforms and software. Plus, if you want to dive into how to trade stocks online, they’ll give you some recommendations!

But what does stock trading mean?

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Of course, you need to understand what stocks are. A stock is a share of a company that you can trade on a stock exchange. When you buy a particular stock, you become one of the shareholders of that company. This means that your profit or loss will depend on his well-being!

Of course, this also means extensive analytical work and painstaking research. Learning all the particulars on your own can take a long time, but the intellectual investment is crucial. Yet no one cancels having an assistant to help with your analytics matter. Also, the assistant might not be human! Many traders prefer bots for this because bots take into account a vast load of data. Given the cyclicality of many processes, the bot can predict the growth rate of a stock. Yet, the final decision is still yours.

Definition of Online Investing

The definition of online investing is almost the same as online trading. The only significant difference is that you are not buying assets to trade them in the future. Instead, you buy them to keep them longer.

The main purpose of online investing is to buy shares of a company that you think will do very well in the future! Of course, it could pay you dividends if the business does well! But even if it’s not, you don’t have to worry about it.

How does online trading work? (The process)

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When you know what it is and what the actions are, you can see how it works! This activity is not as difficult as it seems. It would help if you had a broker and some money. But let’s see the whole process step by step:

  1. Find a broker. It can be an online broker or a company that gives you access to the stock market.
  2. Open an account on their website.
  3. Deposit money into this account.
  4. Choose the resource you want to trade.
  5. Start trading!

As you can see, online trading does not require any specific knowledge or skills. The main thing is to find a reliable broker who will give you access to the stock market.

Advantages and disadvantages here

Trade may seem like a fairy tale of easy riches, but this vision demonstrates the superficiality of knowledge. Of course, there are always downsides alongside good gains. Thus, it is high time to learn about the pros and cons.

Advantages :

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  1. You can trade anywhere in the world.
  2. You need a laptop or smartphone with an internet connection.
  3. You don’t need to have any specific knowledge or skills.
  4. You can find a broker that will give you access to the stock exchange.
  5. You can trade different assets including stocks, currencies and commodities.

Disadvantages:

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  1. The most significant disadvantage of online trading is the high risk of losing money.
  2. You need to find a reliable and reputable broker.
  3. You may need to pay fees and broker commission.
  4. You must have money to start trading.

You see that the second and fourth points of disadvantage can be solved. Indeed, these look like temporary problems. And they will disperse when you stabilize the company. Again, you must use maximum analytical skills and careful planning to achieve positive results with microscopic losses.

The final declaration

You now have the basics of how online trading works. You know what it is and what assets you can trade. You also know its pros and cons. Now is the time to make your final decision!

Above all, we recommend that you find a reliable broker that will give you access to the stock market. Also, don’t forget that you might have an assistant to handle various problematic components of the business. Additionally, the assistant can be the bot that analyzes the data for you. But even the gifts of technical progress cannot replace the work of your mind. Thus, pursue the subject even when you have the greatest certainty in your actions. Nail the trading market and enjoy! Now, good luck.

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RBI Increases Market Trading Hours – Implemented Today | Check the new timetables according to the market https://exarnet.org/rbi-increases-market-trading-hours-implemented-today-check-the-new-timetables-according-to-the-market/ Mon, 18 Apr 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://exarnet.org/rbi-increases-market-trading-hours-implemented-today-check-the-new-timetables-according-to-the-market/ Trading in markets regulated by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will commence from 9 a.m. from April 18, with the reinstatement of pre-pandemic trading hours. Currently, markets open at 10 a.m. The trading hours of various RBI-regulated markets were changed on April 7, 2020 following the coronavirus pandemic which had led to operational disruptions […]]]>

Trading in markets regulated by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will commence from 9 a.m. from April 18, with the reinstatement of pre-pandemic trading hours.

Currently, markets open at 10 a.m.

The trading hours of various RBI-regulated markets were changed on April 7, 2020 following the coronavirus pandemic which had led to operational disruptions and high levels of health risks. Later, with the easing of operational constraints, trading hours were partially reinstated as of November 9, 2020.

From April 18, the trading hours of these markets will be from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., the central bank said in a statement on Monday.

“With the substantial relaxation of restrictions on the movement of people and the operation of offices, it has now been decided to restore the opening time of the regulated financial markets to their pre-pandemic time of 9 a.m.,” indicates the press release.

RBI increases market trading hours

“The trading hours for various markets regulated by the Reserve Bank have been amended with effect from 7 April 2020 in view of the operational disruptions and high levels of health risks posed by COVID-19. Thereafter, with the reduction of constraints operational, trading hours have been partially reinstated as of 9 November 2020. With the substantial easing of restrictions on the movement of people and the operation of offices, it has now been decided to reinstate trading hours regulated financiers at their pre-pandemic time of 9:00 a.m.

“As a result, effective April 18, 2022, the trading hours for Reserve Bank-regulated markets would be as follows:

Call/advisory/term money; repurchase of government securities on the market; three-way repo of government securities; commercial paper and certificates of deposit; repo of corporate bonds; government securities (government securities, government development loans and treasury bills); Foreign currency (FCY)/Indian rupee (INR) transactions, including currency derivatives; and rupee interest rate derivatives. These markets are regulated by the central bank.

When announcing the fortnightly monetary policy on Friday, RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das said that central bank-regulated markets would start trading from 9 a.m. from April 18.

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