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NSE FUTURES/DERIVATIVE MARKET STOCKS TO WATCH SUPPORT/RESISTANCE, TRADING LEVELS

12 MARCH 2020 | THURSDAY

TODAYS NSE STOCKS TO WATCH SUPPORT/RESISTANCE,

TRADING LEVELS (FUTURES/DERIVATIVE MARKET)

 

 

Best strategy to make money is to save on your brokerage first because your brokerage charges eat up your profit amount and increase loss amount alot. Let’s say you make a profit of 2,000/- but your brokerage is 500/- for that trade what you made 1500/- only and if you make a loss of 2000 and brokerage is constant so your Loss is of 2500/-. And people make more loss by themselves than profit.

So saving on brokerage is a must as that is a constant expense or loss that cannot be escaped. If you have a good brokerage plan you have win half of the Battle already.

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