Intraday Trading – Explanation 

Intraday trading is a term associated with trading shares, stocks and other derivatives, on stock exchanges, or commodities on commodities exchange, or forex in foreign exchange markets. This term is used for sale and purchase within the same day. An example of intraday trading is when a person buys a stock during the day, and waits to make reasonable profit, and sells it as soon as some profits are made during the same day. There are, of course, transaction charges both ways, which need to be taken into account for determining profit from intraday trading. But most importantly, there are some other terms that are used by intraday traders that need to be understood before venturing into such trades:

Intraday Trading – Terms

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