Trading Guideline

Intraday Trading Guidelines


We want to explain some trading guidelines, Please implement our trading guidelines.

Some guidelines are explained here which you should go through. The management of trade and commerce is far more vital than trading hints. Trade management is more important than successful trading tips.

The stoploss orders in the trading system should be placed otherwise it is quite risky.

A trade should be done with all the tips minus any kind of selection or choice. Let us assume that if you have a cash of 50 k the normal traders would fix the amount at 25 k which is fifty percent of the total value. But the risky traders do the fixing at the entire amount.

A minor demarcation would be pretty commonplace so donít look for exact and accurate amounts and target levels.

The seventy five percent quantity at the initial target can be done and then the rest changed to stoploss. It is because the rise and fall of the prices is constant.

The trades should be maintained in equal value and not equal quantity. In this manner the profits and gains would be balanced and even.

Our Example
  • if you purchase 100 suzlon shares at Rs.40(trade value Rs.4000) and if you purchase 100 rpower shares at Rs.300(trade value Rs.30,000). Assume 2% stoploss for both companies, if stoploss triggered in rpower and 2% profit in suzlon, suzlon profit Rs.80 only and rpower loss Rs.600, your net loss will Rs.520.
  • If you follow our guidelines (Maintain all trades equal value not equal quantity), you will get 2% profit in suzlon and 2% loss in rpower then you need not to loose your money, that's why we are strongly recommending all trades value should be equal value not equal quantity of shares.
  • If you trade all our tips and maintain all trades equal value then only profits and losses will be balanced systematically.
  • Please trade with trading discipline; if we protect our capital with good trading discipline, profits automatically follow otherwise only luck will dominate you. Donít depend on luck
Definition of Trade Reverse:

If purchase of stoploss trigger is done, a sale at stoploss trigger will cause the buy placement to become the sell placement. If you want to switch and turnover the trading strategies the method is simple. The triple amount stoploss order needs to be placed. If any more guidelines are required call us on 09051055444 / 09830060090


Stock & Stock Future Trading Guide Lines

The stock tips and stock future tips are provided only in the case of live market scenario. There are no pre market tips regarding the same. These stock and stock future tips require trading but not should not be selected. In this manner the gains and losses can be handled effectively. The Stoploss system must be there for corrections. In case of stoploss trigger being exit average attempts should not be made at minimal costs. The trades should be done in equal value and not equal quantity for symmetrical balancing of profit and loss.

One example:

  • if you purchase 100 suzlon shares at Rs.40(trade value Rs.4000) and if you purchase 100 rpower shares at Rs.300(trade value Rs.30,000). Assume 2% stoploss for both companies, if stoploss triggered in rpower and 2% profit in suzlon, suzlon profit Rs.80 only and rpower loss Rs.600, your net loss will Rs.520.
  • If you follow our guidelines (Maintain all trades equal value not equal quantity), you will get 2% profit in suzlon and 2% loss in rpoer wthen you need not to loose your money, that's why we are strongly recommending all trades value should be equal value not equal quantity of shares.
  • Safe traders book minimum 75% quantity on target one,Then change stoploss to cost for remaining quantity.
  • Small difference is common, you can execute trades with small difference, do not look for exact recommended entry prices and target prices.
  • If you have Rs.50,000 rupees,Non risky traders fix your each trade value as Rs.25,000(50% value of your cash), Bit risky traders fix your each trade value as Rs.50,000(100% value of your cash).
  • Don't trade more than your risk taking capacity because brokers are allowing much exposure.
  • Normally all brokers will give 4,5 times intraday exposure, if we have one lakh rupees if we want to trade each trade value one lakh, we can trade with intraday exposure because our open positions are not more than 3,4.
Definition of Trade Reverse:

If purchase of stoploss trigger is done, a sale at stoploss trigger will cause the buy placement to become the sell placement. If you want to switch and turnover the trading strategies the method is simple. The triple amount stoploss order needs to be placed. If any more guidelines are required call us on 09051055444 / 09830060090.

How it works: On average basis
  • If we manage 1% profit per day on our investment means 20% profit per month on our investment.
  • If we manage 2% profit per day on our investment means 40% profit per month on our investment.
  • If we manage 3% profit per day on our investment means 60% profit per month on our investment.
  • If we manage 4% profit per day on our investment means 80% profit per month on our investment.
  • If we manage 5% profit per day on our investment means 100% profit per month on our investment.

Option Trading Guide Lines

Stoploss trigger and triple quantity amounts are very important in this aspect.

  • Stoploss trigger and triple quantity amounts are very important in this aspect.
  • First of all options trading is high risk high reward instrument.
  • Stoplosses will be big like 10-20%, profits also big.
  • Don't use more than 25% of your cash due to high risk and high reward nature.
  • Don't put your entire capital in options trading.
  • Stoploss must we have to place stoploss order in system, not in your mind.
  • Without stoploss order trading is nothing but suicide attempt.
  • If stoploss trigger just exit don't try to average at lower prices.
  • We give nifty options tips & stock options tips.
  • Our options tips are for intraday & positional purpose.
  • We give options tips in live market, no pre market tips.
  • Options tips we give live recommendation price stoploss and targets.
  • We prefer to give options tips with small stoploss.
  • Small difference is common, you can execute trades with small difference, do not look for exact recommended entry prices and target prices.
  • Before you start options trading, decide your risk taking capacity per trade.
  • Book minimum 50% quantity on target one, don't look for higher targets to book all quantity.
  • Sometimes price go to target one then come back.
  • Profits on screen is notional profit, booked profits are real profits.
  • Trade with calculated risk with discipline.
  • Trade minimum 2 lots.
  • Options trading is not for weak hearts.
  • Options are useful to hedge positional futures trading to minimize risk.
  • Options traders have to execute traders in seconds not in minutes due to very sharp price moments.
Definition of Trade Reverse:

If purchase of stoploss trigger is done, a sale at stoploss trigger will cause the buy placement to become the sell placement. If you want to switch and turnover the trading strategies the method is simple. The triple amount stoploss order needs to be placed. If any more guidelines are required call us on 09051055444 / 09830060090.

Nifty & Bank Nifty Trading Guide Lines


The trade amount is managed with risk factors. A disciplinary approach also is vital. You should not trade more than your affordability range. Higher amount of gains should not be sought always. The profits that are booked are basically more authentic. It is also advisable to seek the risk taking level before you initiate trade.

  • Nifty & Bank Nifty trading is allowed in nifty futures only.
  • We give nifty & Bank Nifty tips for current month nifty & bank nifty futures. Bank nifty lot size is 25.
  • Stoploss must we have to place stoploss order in system, not in your mind.
  • Without stoploss order trading is nothing but suicide attempt.
  • If stoploss trigger just exit don't try to average at lower prices.
  • We give nifty & Bank Nifty tips in live market, no pre market tips.
  • For safe traders We are recommending to trade one lot per Rs.50,000 of your investment.
  • Small difference is common, you can execute trades with small difference, do not look for exact recommended entry prices and target prices.
  • Nifty & Bank Nifty tips we give live recommendation price stoploss and targets.
  • We prefer to give nifty & Bank Nifty tips with small stoploss.
for nifty future

  • If you are ready to take Rs.5,000 risk per trade.
  • If stoploss is 10 points you can trade 500 nifty (10 lots).
  • If stoploss is 15 points you can trade 350 nifty (7 lots).
  • If stoploss is 20 points you can trade 250 nifty (5 lots).
for bank nifty future

  • If you are ready to take Rs.5,000 risk per trade.
  • If bank nifty stoploss is 20 points you can trade 25 bank nifty (10 lots).
  • If bank nifty stoploss is 30 points you can trade 175 bank nifty (7 lots).
  • If bank nifty stoploss is 40 points you can trade 125 bank nifty (5 lots).
In this way we can manage our trade quantity with calculated risk. Trade with calculated risk with discipline. Don't trade more than your risk taking capacity because brokers are allowing much exposure. Before you start nifty & Bank Nifty trading, decide your risk taking capacity per trade. Book minimum 50% quantity on target one, don't look for higher targets to book all quantity. Sometimes price go to target one then come back. Profits on screen is notional profit, booked profits are real profits.

Definition of Trade Reverse:

If purchase of stoploss trigger is done, a sale at stoploss trigger will cause the buy placement to become the sell placement. If you want to switch and turnover the trading strategies the method is simple. The triple amount stoploss order needs to be placed. If any more guidelines are required call us on 09051055444 / 09830060090.

How it works: nifty future
  • If you trade 2 lots nifty (100 nifty), you need around Rs.50,000 margin money.
  • If we manage 200 points profit per month (after deducting losses), We can earn Rs.20,000 means 40% profit on our investment.
  • If we manage 300 points profit per month (after deducting losses), We can earn Rs.30,000 means 60% profit on our investment.
  • If we manage 400 points profit per month (after deducting losses), We can earn Rs.40,000 means 80% profit on our investment.
  • If we manage 500 points profit per month (after deducting losses), We can earn Rs.50,000 means 100% profit on our investment.
How it works: bank nifty future
  • If you trade 4 lots bank nifty (100 bank nifty), you need around Rs.1,00,000 margin money.
  • If we manage 400 points profit per month (after deducting losses), We can earn Rs.40,000 means 40% profit on our investment.
  • If we manage 600 points profit per month (after deducting losses), We can earn Rs.60,000 means 60% profit on our investment.
  • If we manage 800 points profit per month (after deducting losses), We can earn Rs.80,000 means 80% profit on our investment.
  • If we manage 1000 points profit per month (after deducting losses), We can earn Rs.1,00,000 means 100% profit on our investment.
Bank nifty traders have to trade very quickly; bank nifty is sharp, 10-20 points will move very sharply.

Commodity Trading Guidelines


Commodities are much more nominal because the margins are cheaper. The ranges are also provided. A lot of traders offer commodity business nowadays.

How do you do that?

When you buy a Gold Futures contract, you undertake to do three things.

  • Buy the amount of gold specified in the contract.
  • Buy it at the price specified in the contract.
  • Buy it on the expiry of the contract. This could be after one month, two months, three months and so on. Of course, if you sell the Gold Futures contract before it expires, then you don't have to worry about actually buying the gold.Let's say you buy the Gold Future contract at say Rs 19,200 per 10 gm.Your hunch comes true and the gold prices rally to Rs20,000 per 10 gm.You can sell the Gold Futures any time before expiry of the contract.Gold and other commodity futures prices are quoted on the commodity exchanges in exactly the same way in which stock prices or stock futures prices are quoted on a daily basis in the stock markets.
How it works ?

Just like stock futures (Read How to trade in Futures to understand how futures work).

When you buy a Futures, you don't have to pay the entire amount, just a fixed percentage of the cost. This is known as the margin.Let's say you are buying a Gold Futures contract. The minimum contract size for a gold future is 100 gms. 100 gms of gold may be worth Rs 72,000.The margin for gold set by MCX is 4%. So you only end up paying Rs 8500.The low margin means that you can buy futures representing a large amount of gold by paying only a fraction of the price.So you bought the Gold Futures contract when it was Rs 1,92,000 per 100 gms.The next day, the price of gold rose to Rs 2,00,000 per 100 gms.Rs 8,000 (Rs 1,92,000 ? Rs 2,00,000) will be credited to your account.The following day, the price dips to Rs 1,85,000 Rs 7,000 will get debited from your account (Rs 1,92,000 - Rs.1,85,000).

What you need to know?

Compared to stocks, trading in commodities is much cheaper, because margins are much lower than in stock futures. Brokerage is low for commodity futures. It ranges from 0.05% to 0.12%.Because of this, commodity futures are a speculator's paradise.If you are a hard-core trader who follows the technical charts and do not really care what you trade, and if you are nimble and savvy, then commodity futures could be another asset class that you would be interested in.

The advantages in this line is that there are no balance sheets, no complicated financial statements----all you have to do is follow the supply and demand position of the commodities you trade in very closely.

Go onto the commodities trading exchange - NCDEX and MCX - to see which commodities are offered for trading, their contract size and other criteria. You will have to get hold of a commodities broker but that should not be a problem. There are lots of brokers that offer commodity trading these days.

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