How to Select Stocks for Intraday Trading? It’s a vast Question. One of the most dilemma or difficulty faced by traders is a selection of good stocks. Out of the 5000 listed companies on BSE and 1500 in NSE and many more emerging, it becomes difficult to choose the few right stocks and invest in it. Moreover, it becomes even more challenging to scan and select a few shares for the Day. To make the complex selection process easy, following are the few techniques for How to Pick Perfect Stocks for day trading? That can be helpful as well prove profitable.
1. Price Based Trick
Each stock price fluctuates daily giving daily open, close, high and low prices. Among these four prices, high and low prices can be beneficial to select Stock.
When prices rise 52 weeks high or fall below 52 weeks low, there are chances of increase or decrease in prices respectively. Such a signal can be helpful to know
Whether to trade in a particular stock or not.
Step to Find Out 52 Week High – Low Prices of Stock :
- Go to nseindia.com
- Select LIVE MARKET
- Under LIVE MARKET ANALYSIS, select NEW 52 WEEK HIGH-LOW.
- Direct URL:
2. Sectoral Trick
Sector identification and analysis is necessary to select Stock. Sect-oral performance is as important as stock performance. Selected Stock based on the poor performance of sector may not fetch good returns. Hence, it is important to review the sectors having good momentum.
Steps to Find Out The Active Sectors
- Go to www.nseindia.com
- Select LIVE MARKET
- Under LIVE MARKET, select INDEX.
- The Index will show a list of various indices i.e. sectoral indices, strategy indices etc.
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3. Using Market Price Trend
- Observe and compare the current market price of NSE and BSE for 5 minutes continuously.
- If CMP (Current Market Price) of
- NSE > than BSE, Short term trend is up, prices are expected to rise only till NSE is higher than BSE.
- NSE < than BSE, Short term trend is down and prices are expected to fall till NSE is smaller than BSE.
- NSE = BSE, Short term trend is neutral and price is expected to fluctuate.
THROUGH THE ABOVE STEPS WE CAN FIND MARKET TREND. BASED ON THIS WE CAN SELECT THE STOCKS FOR DAY TRADING.
NOTE: IT IS BENEFICIAL TO SELECT STOCK OF REPUTED COMPANIES HAVING HIGH VOLUMES.
It is Beneficial To Select Stock Of Reputed Companies Having High Volumes. It’s a simple way to pick stocks for intraday trading.
In the above image(screenshot from Moneycontrol application) showing trading prices of NSE higher than BSE. It indicates a very short trend or day trend to be still up, and stock is expected to rise. One can buy the stock at suitable entry levels.
In the above image (screenshot from Moneycontrol application) showing trading prices of NSE lower than BSE. It indicates a very short trend or intraday trend to be down, and stock is expected to fall. One can sell the stock at suitable entry levels.
In the above image (screenshot from Moneycontrol application) showing trading prices of NSE and BSE neutral. It indicates a very short trend or day trend to be neutral, and stock is expected to fluctuate for very short term.
4. Without Chart Trick
- Using this strategy, you can get a chance to earn a profit if you find a particular stock having an upside trend and has continuously risen 15-20% in last 3-5 sessions. Such stocks can be easily found out from various site such as moneycontrol, nseindia.
- Such strong upside trends are followed by a sharp PULL BACK of 3-10% in a single day because of profit booking.
- To get the advantage of profit booking, one needs to identify and confirm the pullback.
Following Steps Will Help and Confirm The Pullback
- Preferred stocks as above instructed. Watch its price moment and note the opening price and closing price.
- If the stock is trading below its opening price around 9:30 AM then sell stock near its opening price with the stop loss of the particular day’s high.
- Previous Day’s high should be noted as after reaching that point, the prices will quickly fall.
The opposite strategy, i.e. pullback after a strong downward move (15%-20% down in last 3-5 sessions). However, this opposite strategy is less accurate.
Suppose “Infosys” rise from 900-1100 in last 3-5 sessions and today opened at 1090, given high 1120 and now trading at 1080-1089 around 9:30 AM, previous day close was 1075. There is a an excellent opportunity to sell the stock around 1090(near opening price) with strict stop loss above 1120(above day’s high).
Get a good profit. If the stock breaks and holds below 1075, there may be a quicker fall.
5. Gap up or Down Strategy
Gap up generally is a break between prices in the chart that occurs due to sharp up or down movement of prices with no trading in between. Such gap up-down can mainly create two opportunities:-
Buying opportunity is generated when stock opens by margin gap up of 1%-2% of previous close and touches previous day close after the gap up opening but then bounce back and again breaks the day’s opening price with stoploss set at day’s low .
BATA INDIA LTD
Previous day close: 400 Today open price: 408
Previous day high: 405 Today low price: 401
There is a gap up opening at 408, giving low of 401 (between previous day’s high and close) but now bounced back and trading again above 409 for 5-10 minutes. Here one can buy BATA INDIA LTD around 408-409(above its day’s open price) with the stop loss of 403(below previous day’s high) for targets of 410.
Selling opportunity is generated when stock opens by gap up of 5-10% of the previous close and breaks below its opening price with day’s high as stop loss and target of previous day’s high and previous day’s close.
BATA INDIA LTD
Previous day close: 400 Today open price: 420
Previous day high: 405 Today high price: 425
There is a gap up opening at 420, giving high of 425 and now trading at 415 (below its day’s open price) for 5-10 minutes. Here one can sell BATA INDIA LTD around 420(near its open price) with the stop loss of 426 for targets of 406-400(near previous day’s high and close).
There are many other techniques which are based on technical parameters such are MACD, RSI, Bollinger Band, Finding Retracement Level, Support and Resistance etc.
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