Category Archives: Trading and Investing

Morgan Stanley Bets On Digital To Forecast $6 Trillion Economy, Sensex At 1,30,000

On the two pillars of JAM and GST, the top team at Morgan Stanley Research has built a tower of forecasts for the Indian economy. The most important ones being… By 2027, India will be the world’s third-largest economy with

Basic Principles For Successful Investing In The Stock Market


10 Basic Principles Every Investor Should Know In the stock market there is no rule without an exception, there are some principles that are tough to dispute. Here are 10 general principles to help investors get a better grasp of

Should I Trade Or Invest ?

For an employed person the choice to be made is between Short term investment or long term investment IN STOCK MARKET and trading is not his cup of tea.  First of all you have to decide whether you are a

When is the Right Time to Buy a Stock ?


For you to make money any profitable investment has to increase in value somehow. If you buy a stock for $1 and sell it for $2, you’ve made money. The simplest approach is to sell it for more than you

How Can I Get Started Investing in the Stock Market ?

How to make money from stock market ?

Most people are aware of a stock’s price. Investors and analysts talk about a company’s price going up or down on the market in a given day. However, out of context, a stock price gives very little information about the

10 golden rules of investing in stock markets

10 Golden Rules To Share Market

1. Avoid the herd mentality The typical buyer’s decision is usually heavily influenced by the actions of his acquaintances, neighbours or relatives. Thus, if everybody around is investing in a particular stock, the tendency for potential investors is to do

Day Trading vs Swing Trading-Which Is Better?

Intraday Traders vs Swing Traders

Which is better, day trading or swing trading? What are the advantages of day trading vs swing trading? What are the advantages of being a Day trader vs a swing trader? In this post, I will explain the difference between