Making intraday trades can be difficult if you do not know what time or which day is best to trade. In this blog, I will show you how to execute trades at the right time. Also, I will show you how I conduct intraday practice without investing a penny.
So without wasting a single second, here’s my report in 900 letters.
Do not trade on Monday and Friday :
In the past six years of trading experience, I have seen people losing their money because they are not patient. They are not patient because they do not know when the time is right.
My suggestion is always not to trade on Mondays and Fridays. These are the most unpredictable days of the week. Most of the time a trend disappears or emerges in these two days. Also, If you go right on these days, believe me, it was your luck.
Always wait 30 minutes after the market opens :
It is recommended to trade half an hour after the market opens since most of the trades occur during this time. And, Let me show you some of my intraday trades that went bullseye.
Like I said 30 minutes after the market opens is the best time to execute your trade
Do not panic :
I have seen people losing a lot of money because they panic. If you are nervous then don’t even think of executing your trade. Have a clear cut idea of what you are doing. Also, Even after analysing and doing homework, if you still feel that somewhere you are going wrong. Then my suggestion is you should always check the bullish and bearish scores on these websites listed below.
These are my recommended sites.
In the end, I would say that you can follow all the tips and tricks that I am posting on this site on intraday trading, or else you can download the intraday trades suggested by me on this site. I don’t suggest trades every day because I can only suggest when there is an opportunity in the market. Believe me, 90% of my trades go right. This is the trade that I posted on 2 September.
That is pretty much of it today and I will see you in my next post with more toxic stuff.
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