Stock Market

How is the NSE/BSE Stock Open Price Determined?

Features of NSE Stock Open price

  • The opening price of the stock is price at which a first trade take place when NSE opens for the day.
  • An opening price of the stock is not equal to its previous day’s closing price.
  • Buy Orders by Buyers and Sell order by sellers determine the NSE Stock Opening price.

Demand and supply for a stock is the major factor on which the stock opening price is determined in NSE market before we tell you how the NSE / BSE stock open price are determined, we should know the NSE market timings and what happens during the same.

NSE Market Timings

The Market timings can be divided in to four parts

1) Pre-open Session: (9:00 AM to 9:15 AM)
2) Regular Trading Session :  (9:15 AM to 3:30 PM)
3) Closing Price Calculation Session  : (3:30 P.M. to 3:40 PM)
4) Post Closing Session  : (3:40 P.M. to 4:00 PM)

1)  Pre-open Session & Stock Price Discovery:
NSE/BSE Stock open Price determined in the pre-open session, so we should study the pre-open session in detail. We at A1 Intraday tips have given in-depth information about Pre-Open session that is easy to understand for beginners in the stock market too.

2) Regular Trading Session:  (9:15 AM to 3:30 PM) : Normal trading take place during this session. Trade take place depending on the order places by buyer and sellers.

3) Closing Price Calculation Session: (3:30 P.M. to 3:40 PM) Closing price is calculated based on 30 minutes weighted average price from 3:00 pm – 3:30 pm. during this session.

4) Post Closing Session: (3:40 P.M. to 4:00 PM) : Similar to pre-market orders, post-market orders are allowed only for equity trading. The post-market session or closing session is open from 3:40 PM to 4:00 PM.

Preopen market Session

Preopen market session is divided in to three sessions.

Order Entry Session: 
The First session takes place between 09:00 AM Till 09:08 A.M. both Market and limit orders can be placed, modified or cancelled during this Pre-open-session.

Price Discovery Session: This session happens between 09:08 till 09:12 am, Price discovery happens during this session as both buy order and sell orders are matched during this session.

Transition Session : This session is the final session of just 3 minutes that start at 09:12 and ends at 09:15, when the normal market opens for trading. This is the transition period from pre-open session to normal market.

How the opening Price of the Stock is determined?

Pre-open session is a 15-minute session in NSE market (9:00 AM to 9:15 AM), which helps to get the opening prices of stocks traded in NSE.  It is basically the period of trading activity that takes place just before the regular stock market session. During the pre-open market session, system takes all orders that are executed and then arrives at an equilibrium price. 

The calculation of prices is completely automated, software driven and anonymous at both BSE and NSE, and the price is calculated by electronically matching bids and offers for a particular share recorded an electronic limit order book (ELOB).  The equilibrium price is the price of the stock that is derived based on the demand and supply of the stock during that time.

NIFTY 50 and SENSEX 30 stocks at NSE and BSE respectively, have been enabled for trading in the Preopen market session by the exchanges.

We have provided in depth information about how the opening price of the stock is discovered during the pre-market session. This is very important for traders as they are clear of the happenings in the NSE market.

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How to Calculate a Target & Stop Loss Price for a Stock?

In this blog investment advisory team at A1 Intraday Tips has tried to explain that the meaning of Target & Stop loss in NSE Share Market.

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What is the Target & Stop Loss?

We advise to all traders, that whenever a trader or an Investor buys or sells the share/stock he should also decide the target and stop loss for that particular stock to avoid loss of his capital. Generally when share market is going up, Investor /trader should buy the share /stock, set a target and stop loss. We would like to explain this by giving a live trade example

Buy Reliance @ 1000 target 1025 and stop loss 980. This means after buying the Reliance stock @ 1000, if stock goes up and makes high of 1025, its could be called as target achieved, the trader should sell the shares and book his profit. Same way if stock price goes down and makes low of 980, which is the stop loss fixed by the trader, a trader should book loss by selling the shares @ 980. This is called as stop loss trigger in trading at NSE Market.
If Market is in bearish trend and market is going down Investor/trader can short sell to make profit. First short sell the stock and then buy the share, also is a very good idea to make money in bearish market. Again we would like to give a live trade example of short selling, so that a novice / beginner in trading can understand the concept better, and can do winning trades in stock market.

Suppose a Trader Ajay plans to Sell Maruti @ 5000 for target’s 4700 and stop loss 5150. This means after Selling Maruti stock @ 5000, if stock goes down and touches low 4700, the target gets achieved. Same way suppose if stock goes up and makes high of 5150, stop loss will get trigger. Ajay will have to Buy the Maruti and book loss of 150 on every share.

How many types of Investor?

  1. Commonly there are three types of Investors.
  2. Intraday Traders (On daily Basis)
  3. Short Term Investor (Invest For two to three Months)
  4. Long Term Investor (Invest For minimum 1 Year)

How do you calculate a target & stop loss price for a stock?

Target & Stop Loss for Positional Trades

If you are taking a Short term / long term Positional trade, calculating Share/ stock target & stop loss prices relies on a lot of data, Fundamental analysis of the company, News on New orders, Mergers, etc. There are lot of broking house who also give recommendations or Individual Investment Advisories who can help you with this research. A Well Research stock using fundamental analysis can help you determine whether a stock is undervalued or overvalued as per its peers in the industry. This will help you to set target and stop loss for the stock. Although stock targets can be frequently adjusted as per the behaviour of the market from time to time. Target and stop loss, can use as figures so as to avoid big losses and to book good profits too.

We recommend a Target of 10-15% for Short term trades and 25-30% for long term trades. Similarly a Stop loss should be set at 8-10% for short term and 12-15% for long term trades

Target & Stop Loss for Day / Intraday Trades

Intraday trading is done by studying charts, Study of Technical indicators, so as to make winning trades. A Day trader should Buy at low price and sell at high rates during the day to make profits. If market is bearish or it’s falling a trader can short sell first and square off by buying later to make profits. A Well Research stock using technical analysis should be place for at 1.25% to 1.5% for intraday trades in NSE Market. A stop loss should be set at 1.5% to 1.75% for intraday trades to avoid loss of capital.

A Trader should be adjustable in fixing the target and stop loss in volatile markets. This should be done some times only if market is very volatile only.

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How can I Buy Shares in NSE India?

Dreams to Make Money from Stock Market

A person enters stock market with lots of dreams and expectations of making lot of money. He plans to invest his hard earned savings, Buy Shares in NSE Market and make lakhs in return in quick time. There are lot of persons who have really earned lot of money by investing in stock market, but there are also lot of people who have lost their savings.

Before you enter share market, A1 Intraday tips a SEBI Registered Investment Advisory recommend’s you to use your saving to pay off your high interest debt like personal loans, credit card due etc. Also any if you have to pay school /tuition fees of your children, keep aside that money and don’t invest. If you need money for any marriage expensed/ family tour in coming months, kindly don’t buy stock or shares with that money. Your investment should not affect your life, so keep emergency money with you before you invest.

Basics Requirement to Start Investing

Saving A/c in Bank: An Individual Should have a Saving Bank Account with a Reputed Bank.

Trading & Demat A/C: A Individual should also open and demat cum trading account with any broker or bank that is giving the demat cum trading services like ICICI bank which gives services at

Computer /Laptop / Mobile / Landline: To process buy / sell orders, an individual should also have computer / laptop or mobile to install and open the application and put his trades. He can also use landline connection to call his broker and put his orders.

Internet Connection: If the individual is placing his orders online via computer/ laptop or mobile, he should have internet connection too.

Demat / Cum Trading A/C

First very important step is to Choose your Broker and get your Demat cum Trading A/C opened with the broker. Compare all the costs of buying, selling, and holding stocks, mutual funds, etc with all the available broking companies. Don’t compare only commissions that you pay them on your trading, but also compare other costs too like margin interest and other service charges if any.

Research & Invest in NSE market

Once you have open a trading cum demat account with any broking houses from our list of Top 10 Broking Houses in India. Then you have transferred some amount to your trading account. This amount credited to your trading account will be used to do trading or investment. The first step is to research, if you are new to stock market, you can hire a SEBI Registered Investment advisory, who can guide you to make profitable trades. If you have adequate knowledge of stock market, you can also read the charts, study markets and then start trading in share market.

A Traders can Buy Shares in NSE market to sell at higher rates after some time to make money. An NSE market is a sea of money, a Investor should be able to swim in it can take small profits at every interval. Don’t dive inside to much i.e. Do not take risk; always put a stop loss to save your hard earned money

A person with dreams of making money in share market should enter the market, when everyone is selling due to some emergency like situation like Covid 2019 – Epidemic or Financial Crisis of 2007–2008.

We advised a investor to keep investing the SIP way, in share market to get maximum returns from share market over a longer duration. Investing the SIP way is to buy shares in small; small qty at every interval may be daily/ weekly etc.

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Stock Market

What is the difference between BSE and NSE?

Stock markets is a place where a individual, group of individuals or institutional investors come together to buy and sell shares in a public venue. Nowadays these exchanges exist as electronic marketplaces. Share prices are set by supply and demand in the market as buyers and sellers place orders in this stock market.  A stock may be bought or sold only if it is listed on an exchange.  In India, We have two main exchange viz NSE & BSE. A1 Intraday Tips try to explain the difference the between NSE – National Stock Exchange & BSE – Bombay Stock Exchange in Indian share market.

BSE Share Market 

BSE means Bombay Stock Exchange, It is the first and one of the largest Stock Exchange in India and in the world and it’s also an Asia’s oldest stock exchange. Bombay Stock Exchange was established in 1875 as the Native Share and Stock Brokers’ Association. In the BSE more than 6000 Companies listed.  The BSE is the world’s 10th largest stock exchange with an overall market capitalization of more than $2.2 trillion on as of April 2018

The BSE has started an open-floor to an electronic trading system in 1995. SENSEX is the stock market index in BSE Limited and it’s comprised of 30 stocks covering the very 11 important sectors of the economy of India

NSE Share Market

NSE means National Stock Exchange of India Limited. The NSE is one of the leading & largest stock exchanges of India, located in Mumbai. The NSE was established in 1992, it was the first dematerialized electronic exchange in India. Nifty is the Index of the stock market for the NSE. The Nifty50 stocks are also known as the NSE Fifty. This is the list of top best stocks of the best companies in India.

The difference between BSE and NSE

  1. Presence in India: A main difference between NSE and BSE  is the presence all over India.  NSE has presence in almost all cities of the India and BSE has its presence in only 400 cities of the India.
  1. NSE Index Called Nifty and BSE Index is called as Sensex.
  1. Nifty is the list of Best 50 stock in the Nse, While the SENSEX is the list of Best 30 stocks listed in BSE.
  1. BSE is the First stock exchange established in 1875 While National Stock Exchange (NSE) was founded in 1992 in Mumbai.

  2. The minimum tick price on NSE is 5 paise whereas it is 1 paise on BSE.

  3. The Trading volume is much higher at NSE comparable to BSE

  4. There are large number of Companies listed in BSE (Approx 5000 plus) comparable to NSE (1600+).

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Top 10 Sites for Indian Stock Market Analysis

Indian Stock Market Analysis

Stock analysis is a method for investors and traders to make buying and selling decisions. There are two basic types of stock analysis: fundamental analysis and technical analysis.  There are lot of websites in India where you can do this analysis that will help you to take best and right buying or short selling decisions for day trading in stock market to make lot of money. Here is a list of Top 10 Sites for Indian Stock Market Analysis.

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Top 10 Share Market Websites for Stock Market Analysis

  1. NSE India

The official website of National Stock Exchange (NSE) has all the financial data of any company listed on its exchange. It ranks well as a top and best stock research sites in India. You can access to historical data of any companies, its prices, reports etc that you could need to do free technical analysis of any Indian stocks as per your requirement.

  1. Moneycontrol

E-Eighteen, a subsidiary of the Indian TV channel TV18 acquired from Victor and Sangeeta Fernandes in 2000.  Money control gives detailed information about finance, stocks, investments, global indices, stock Research, mutual fund research, commodities etc.  You will find all the information that you need to take money and investments and savings. Most comprehensive site for financial and saving matters for an individual..

  1. Livemint

 Live Mint is an Indian business & financial daily newspaper published by HT Media & owned by KK Birla family.  The Main Sections of Live mind is Stock Market, Companies, Podcast, Money, Start-up, Mutual Funds Etc. You can also get Very good Articles to Read on Politics too.

  1. Screener

 Screener provides 10 years financial data of listed Indian companies. It provides tools to find and analyse new stock ideas. IF You are hobby investor, you can scan 50 companies & its free for you, & the plan for active as well as professional investor is Rs 4999/- a year. The Professional plan includes scanning of unlimited companies, Detailed Peer Comparison, Credit Rating support as well as Priory Support.

  1. Economic Times

This best financial newspaper is available online too.  You can get lot of information on business, investments all related to your requirements in stock market.

  1. A1 Intraday Tips

This is also the best website for upcoming as well as professional traders, who are doing day trading in NSE stock market. You will get Equity, Stock Futures day trading tips from this SEBI Registered Company.  The Success ratio of their share tips is above 80-90%.  The website contains lot of informative articles that will help a novice trader to trade with confidently and make gains on his investments.

  1. Equitymaster

Equitymaster is your trusted guide for value investing in India. A leading independent equity research initiative, Equitymaster is the destination for honest views on companies listed on Indian stock markets.

  1. MarketsMojo analyses every listed company in India – over 4000 stocks. its sophisticated big data engine runs over 500 dynamic analytics on every company’s last 5 years financials, and real time price and volume information. Each company’s research is then summed up to form 3 simple mojo dots which help in making smarter investment choices.

  1. is a global financial portal and internet brand, composed of 33 editions in 24 languages and mobile apps for Android and iOS that provide news, analysis, streaming quotes and charts, technical data and financial tools about the global financial markets

  1. Technical Analysis of Stocks

All Free Stock Tips and Free Intraday tips are based on Technical analysis of stocks done using Technical Analysis Software StocktechTM. They are proud of Providing Daily Free Stock Trading Tips and Weekly Free Stocks to Buy and sell Tips based on Technical analysis with No strings attached ie. No need for Registration, No Charges, No Trial Period and always Free.

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Though we have listed only 10 websites where a Novice trader can learn, do analysis, there are lot of other website too, which can be used too.  But to start as a successful trader, the first step is to use the above sites and start your trading journey on a good note.

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What are the Advantages of Bank Nifty or Nifty Call?

The Advantages of Bank Nifty or Nifty Call

About Bank Nifty

Bank Nifty represents the 12 most liquid and large capitalised stocks from the banking sector which are traded at National Stock Exchange (NSE). It provides investors and market intermediaries a benchmark that captures the capital market performance of Indian banking sector.

Since Bank Nifty includes 12 major banks of India registered on National Stock Exchange(NSE), and changes in the price trend of these banks, either uptrend or down trend affect the pricing of the Bank Nifty Index.

Bank Nifty a is called as a Index of banking sector stocks. The 12 banks which are included in the Bank Nifty Index are HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, Kotak Bank, Axis Bank, State Bank of India, IndusInd Bank Ltd, Federal Bank Ltd. RBL Bank Ltd, Bank of Baroda & Yes Bank Ltd.

Advantages of Bank Nifty Call

Any prices fluctuations in this stocks effect Bank Nifty Index. If the banking sector is good, ie. banking stock are trending up, bank nifty index also goes up. If there is some bad news either domestic or global to our banking sector as a whole. Bank Nifty will move downward, in this case we will have to short sell bank nifty and buy later. We have lot of experience in predicting a Exact Movement in Bank Nifty and have a accuracy of almost 90% in our Bank Nifty Calls.

About Nifty

The Nifty nicknamed as Nifty 50, is the leading index for large companies on the National Stock Exchange of India. it constitutes a barometer of around 23 sectors of the Indian economy. Any Major movement either downward or upward in this 50 large companies can move Nifty 50 index downward or upward. Some of the Major companies that exist in this Nifty 50 Index are Titan, TCS, Coal India, BPCL, Reliance, Axis Bank, HDFC Bank, ITC, ICICI Bank, L&T, UPL, Indusind Bank, Maruti, SBI, Wipro, Tata motors, Bajaj Finance etc.

Advantages of Nifty Call

If you can predict a perfect market trend of majority of stock of this 50 large companies, you can easily make money by trading in Nifty Index. Any bad news like increase in corporate tax rates, negative government policy on exports or imports for majority of the companies can give you great profits if you short sell Nifty Index. Similarly if you are sensing a very good news for majority of the stocks due to any major domestic news like decrease in corporate taxes or any positive global news . You can buy Nifty Index and make profits by selling at higher rates for the day . We at A1 Intraday tips provide 2-4 index calls in Bank Nifty and Nifty every week. We have a very good accuracy of almost 90% in this Nifty calls. We update our past performance every day on our website in 15 to 20 minutes of market close.

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What is MACD in Stock Market? How does the MACD Work?

What is MACD in Stock Market?

It is important to follow statistical analysis if you want to earn profits in the stock trading. Several tools and concepts are used by people to determine the movement of the stock market. Amongst the most-used methods, MACD or Moving Average Convergence Divergence is a trend-following momentum indicator.

It shows the relationship between two moving averages of a stock price. By referring this average, one can get a fair idea about when to buy a stock, sell a stock or hold it.

How is MACD calculated?

To calculate MACD; the Exponential Moving Average or EMA of 26 weeks is subtracted from the EMA of 12 weeks. It gives the MACD line which triggers the buy and sell signals.

What is interpreted by the MACD line?

According to stock trading experts, the MACD line tells about the triggers for buying or selling stocks. When the MACD goes above the signal line, it is the indication to by the stock. When it falls below, it is the time to sell or short the stock.

Where the 12-week EMA goes above the 26-week EMA, the value is termed as positive. When the 12-week EMA goes below the 26-week EMA, the value is termed as negative. The more distant the MACD is from the baseline at both sides indicates that the distance between the two EMA is growing.

To understand the distance between the MACD and its signal line is graphed using a histogram. When the MACD is above the signal line, the histogram is above the baseline of the MACD.

When it is below the signal line, the histogram will go below the baseline of the MACD. The MACD histogram is used for identifying the bullish and bearish momentum of the market.

How does MACD work?

The MACD histogram shrinks in height when it converges. When it happens, the MACD line goes closer to the signal line.

When it goes farther, then it is called divergence. In such case, the height of the histogram increases.

When the histogram doesn’t increase or decrease in height or it starts shrinking, then it means that the market is going slow, but there is a possibility of reversal.

The MACD alone is not a deciding parameter to make big profits in the stock market. There are several other aspects as well. However, it plays a significant role in the decision-making process, for sure.

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What is market order and limit order in trading?

Difference Between Market Order and Limit Order 

A single intraday trading order in NSE market is either a buy order or a short sell order. An order can be used either to enter an intraday trade or to exit a intraday trade. If a trader takes up a position with a buy order, then he will exit his position by a sell order.  Also if the day traders enter the trade with a sell order thinking that the stock will go down, then his short sell position will be square off by placing a buy order of the particular stock.  All stock market either buying or selling transactions are subject to the availability of stocks and can vary significantly based on the timing and size of the order and the liquidity of the stock in the NSE Market. When intraday traders want to either buy or sell a stock, he can do the same either by placing a Market order or a Limit order in NSE market. 

Market orders:  Market orders places by traders will be executed at the best available price in the NSE market, however the execution time of the orders and the price is not guaranteed.  Market orders are used when you definitely want your order to be processed, and are willing to risk getting a slightly different price. If you are buying, your market order will get filled at the ask price, as that is the price someone else is currently willing to sell at. If you are selling, your market order will get filled at the bid price, as that is the price someone else is currently willing to buy at. Traders cannot place Market orders outside the market trading hours or when trading in a particular stock is halted or suspended for any reasons. A market order that is placed after trading hours will be filled at the market price on open the next trading day.

How to Place a Market Order with example

While placing Market Order one needs to place specific quantity for buying or selling.

If a Day traders Rakesh wants buy 100 shares of Yes Bank .Stock is trading at Rs. 310. Rakesh thinks that stock price of Yes bank is in a definite uptrend and prices will go up immediately. To Do quick trading he should place a market order as he will get desired quantity at best possible price at that time in the nse market.

Risks of Market Order

The biggest risk of market orders is the execution at the desired price is not guaranteed. Stock price changes by every minute and second. In market order, one can get desired quantity but price can move and sometimes that’s disadvantage.

Limit orders: Limit orders allow you to set a maximum purchase price for your buy order, or a minimum sale price for your sell orders. If the market doesn’t reach your limit price, your order will not be executed.  Limit orders may or may not get filled depending upon how the market is moving, but if they do get filled it will always be at the chosen price, or better price.  You can place an ‘At Limit’ order during market hours. You can also place an ‘At Limit’ order when the market is closed and it will be queued ready for processing when the market opens.  Please note that an ‘At Limit’ order will not be accepted, without any advice to you, if we consider the limit price to be too far away from the prevailing market price of that stock

While the process of buying and selling stocks may be simple to a day trader but, knowing the differences between a market and limit order is very good to for day traders to make money in NSE market. A market order is can be used to executing the order at fastest speed, while a limit order place will always ensure that price at which you want to execute the trade is met before the trade is actually executed in NSE. 

One a Day traders has a adequate knowledge of the order types as above he can choose what stocks to buy, when to buy,  what price you want to buy it, how long to hold it, and very important when to exit from the said stocks by selling the same.

How to Place a Limit Order with example

While placing limit order one needs to place specific price for buying or selling. In case of buying your order will only get executed below or at the price you’ve specified (Limit) while placing likewise, while selling your order will get executed above or at the price you’ve specified.

Mr Rakesh wants to buy 100 shares of Hexaware. Stock is trading at Rs. 404. Trader Rakesh thinks that stock price will drag a bit from current level and bounce back again. If he puts limit order of 401 then when stock come to 401 his buy order will get executed.

Risks of Limit Order

The biggest risk of limit orders is that there is no guarantee of execution of the buy or sell order in NSE market. While in limit order you get control over price but not on the quantity of the stock. Sometimes, if may reach to your limit price but if there is other pending orders before your order, your order may not get execute? So if you have placed the limit order, you will be required to constantly monitor whether your order has been executed or not.

A Trader should himself take a decision, depending on whether he want the order to be executed quickly or at a specific price, accordingly he can placed the order in the NSE market via his trading terminal.

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