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Buy, Sell, Hold Stocks Decision Assistance - Part 2
 

Buy, Sell, Hold Stocks Decision Assistance - Part 2

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Beyond the standard widgets, the other features offered by the site that help you decide on buy, sell, hold strategy for a given stock

Beyond the standard widgets, the other features offered by the site that help you decide on buy, sell, hold strategy for a given stock

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    Buy, Sell, Hold Stocks Decision Assistance - Part 2 Buy, Sell, Hold Stocks Decision Assistance - Part 2 Presentation Transcript

    • How do I decide to buy or sell?
      Part-2…The Main Screen
    • Two simple thumb rules first…
      Click on the ‘Scrip Name’ and it will take you to the screen where you can buy, sell, recommend, track and analyze the scrip
      Click on the ‘User Name’ and it will display a short user profile. To view the full profile and analyze user activities, click on a label on top right of the short profile screen with text as “Full Profile”
    • The decision assisters…
      Login to the site
      Click on any “Scrip Name” in the system OR click on the menu “Trading Tools” and then click either “Buy Equity” or “Sell Equity” or “Recommend Buy/Sell/Hold” link
      While you can analyze a scrip without logging in, you must login to buy/sell/recommend.
      There is only one screen to buy/sell/recommend/track stocks. It also provides further analysis tools to help you take a decision.
      This way, StockMarketReady provides you all decision assisters on a single page. No need to go to multiple pages before you decide on an action 
    • Auto-Suggest box. Type first 2 characters of scrip name
      Main Screen…
      Decision assister widget
      Decision assister widget
      Click on “Track Scrip” and start receiving notifications
      Decision assister widget
      Analysis options
      Decision assister widget
    • Main Screen Analysis Options…
      Analyze By Intraday Movements
      Intraday movement of INFOSYTECH compared to SENSEX
      Uncheck to view only Intraday movement of INFOSYTECH
      Uncheck to view only Intraday movement of SENSEX
    • Main Screen Analysis Options…
      Analyze By Day-wise. Month-wise movements
      Past ‘N’ days range selector
      Past ‘N’ days movement of INFOSYTECH compared to SENSEX
      Uncheck to view only Intraday movement of INFOSYTECH
      Uncheck to view only Intraday movement of SENSEX
    • Main Screen Analysis Options…
      Analyze By Month-wise movements
      Past ‘N’ months range selector
      Past ‘N’ months movement of INFOSYTECH compared to SENSEX
      Uncheck to view only Intraday movement of INFOSYTECH
      Uncheck to view only Intraday movement of SENSEX
    • Main Screen Analysis Options…
      Analyze By scrips in related sector
      Related Sector Selector
      Click ‘Compare’ to compare ‘INFOSYTCH’ with the scrip in same sector (BSE100 in this screenshot)
      This option compares with intraday movements. The dropdown has options to compare across days and months of movement
      You can compare a scrip with another scrip in the same sector. This way, you can view how scrips are performing within the similar sector. We display only 10 scrips belonging to the same sector as the scrip currently being analyzed
    • Main Screen Analysis Options…
      Analyze By member activities
      Sell recommendation on this scrip with accuracy and votes
      Member activities section in the dropdown, provides the following options:
      Buy recommendations
      Sell recommendations
      Hold recommendations
      Recent trades
      Before you decide to buy or sell, you may want to check what other members are recommending for this scrip. You can also check the trades on this scrip by members to get a hint.
    • Main Screen Analysis Options…
      Analyze By Tweets from Twitter
      Tweets related to stock trading on Twitter
      Just to spice up the analysis, we also pull tweets related to stock trading from Twitter.
    • Few basic trading rules…BUY
      You can buy a scrip anytime, anyplace. There is no restriction on trading hours.
      You place orders in the market and not to other members
      If you use the “Market Price” option you will buy the scrip at the last known ask price provided there is a seller in the market (Offer quantity received from exchange should be greater than the quantity you are trying to buy)
      If you use the “Limit Price” option, the price must be within +/- 5 % of “Last Traded Price”. The system places an order in the market which will get executed when a match is found during trading.
      If you have placed an “Order” during trading hours, then the system attempts to execute the order on the same day.
      If you have placed and “Order” outside of trading hours, then the system attempts to execute the order on the next trading session
    • Few basic trading rules…SELL
      You can sell a scrip anytime, anyplace. There is no restriction on trading hours.
      You place orders in the market and not to other members
      If you use the “Market Price” option you will sell the scrip at the last known bid price provided there is a buyer in the market (Bid quantity received from exchange should be greater than the quantity you are trying to sell)
      If you use the “Limit Price” option, the price must be within +/- 5 % of “Last Traded Price”. The system places an order in the market which will get executed when a match is found during trading.
      If you have placed an “Order” during trading hours, then the system attempts to execute the order on the same day.
      If you have placed and “Order” outside of trading hours, then the system attempts to execute the order on the next trading session
    • Thank you
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