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केसे समझे Stock Operator क्या कर रहा है?

In the 13th episode of the Learn2Trade series, our expert Vivek Bajaj has covered the crucial aspects of trading—Volume indicator, Delivery indicator, and Open Interest (VWAP) indicator. By using these indicators, you will be able to understand how operator works in stock market.

The stock market operator plays a vital role in manipulating stock prices in the stock market. As a trader, it is extremely important for you to recognize the stock operator's tricks to participate in the stock. The focus is on understanding the operator's intent, identified through these three key components, along with price action.

What You Will Learn:

In this video, you will learn how to track operators in stock market by using volume, delivery and open interest. Here, our expert will guide you through the crucial process of tracking operators in the stock market. By analyzing volume patterns, delivery data, and open interest metrics, you gain insights into the intentions of operators in stock market and make informed decisions.

Mr Bajaj highlights that volume is one of the technical parameters in trading that is most often overlooked, especially by novices. However, since volume is the most significant technical parameter, you should make an effort to understand this metric and include it in your trading strategies to make an informed decision.

He emphasizes that tracking delivery data helps reduce noise from the market. He recommends using StockEdge to track delivery data, which represents the quantity of shares held overnight. It is quite possible to predict the trend by analyzing delivery volume, especially during the breakouts. High delivery volume indicates interest in holding stock shares for the long term, reflecting confidence in the stock's potential for long-term growth or stability.

According to him, if you don’t learn how to book a loss, then you won’t incur profits. This is one of the biggest traits of a knowledgeable trader. Booking losses are a crucial aspect of trading that often gets overlooked.

Watch this video to understand and use indicators such as volume, delivery, and open interest. It provides valuable insights into the intentions of stock market operators, enabling informed decision-making and potentially improving trading strategies.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q1. Who are operators in stock market?

They are traders, investors, or participants in the stock market who trade with the intention of manipulating the stock price by increasing stock volume. The stock prices keep rising when they raise the volume of stocks traded in the stock market by trading in a circle and raising the stock price.

Q2. What are the different types of operators in stock exchange?

In the stock exchange, various stock operators influence market dynamics. Institutional investors like mutual and hedge funds deploy substantial capital. Market makers, large financial institutions, and corporate insiders impact stock prices. Illicit operators engage in schemes like "pump and dump." To make informed decisions, traders need to know how to distinguish the positive ones from the manipulative ones.

Q3. How do you analyze the volume?

The volume shows how much is exchanged at various price points. Assessing the operator's intent is made easier by analyzing volume along with price movements. Selling pressure is indicated by red candles with growing red volume, while buying pressure is shown by green candles with increasing green volume.

Q4. What is the concept of delivery volume?

Delivery volume can be derived by deducting the intraday volume from the total volume. The main difference between traded volume and delivery volume is that traded volume is the total number of shares traded in a day, and delivery volume is the intraday volume minus the total volume.

Q5. How does VWAP help in identifying support/resistance zones and operator activity?

VWAP is the average price considering the volume of trades. Tracking VWAP levels helps identify potential demand or supply zones where significant trading activity has occurred. By using VWAP, you can draw lines on charts at significant price points where delivery data suggests the operator's activity. These levels act as potential support or resistance zones, helping in decision-making.

Q6. How does analyzing volume, delivery, and price action enhance understanding of market dynamics and operator psychology?

Analyzing Volume-Delivery Data is a crucial aspect of understanding market dynamics and gaining insights into operator psychology in the stock market. By combining volume and delivery parameters with price action, you can make more informed decisions, identify trends, and understand the underlying dynamics of the market.

Q7. What is open interest?

Open interest defines the total number of open or outstanding contracts presently held by the market participant at a given time. Open Interest analysis helps identify stock market trends.

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About Mr. Vivek Bajaj

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The passion for data, analytics and technology is what makes Vivek Bajaj a financial market survivor. The journey as a market participant started in 2002 when the first trade was executed in the options contract of ITC. Life was simpler and easier during that time. Since then technology and Big data have taken over totally. As an early adapter to the complex tools, Kredent was formed to capitalise on the opportunities. He is co-founder of StockEdge and is committed to bring simplicity in the complex world of market data. He is a Chartered Accountant, Company Secretary and an MBA from IIM Indore. He is a part of various committees of exchanges and regulator and he has been an active contributor in the evolution of Indian Derivatives Market.

Learn2Trade Series: Episode 13

In the 13th episode of the Learn2Trade series, our expert Vivek Bajaj has covered the crucial aspects of trading—Volume indicator, Delivery indicator, and Open Interest (VWAP) indicator. By using these indicators, you will be able to understand how operator works in stock market.

The stock market operator plays a vital role in manipulating stock prices in the stock market. As a trader, it is extremely important for you to recognize the stock operator's tricks to participate in the stock. The focus is on understanding the operator's intent, identified through these three key components, along with price action.

What You Will Learn:

In this video, you will learn how to track operators in stock market by using volume, delivery and open interest. Here, our expert will guide you through the crucial process of tracking operators in the stock market. By analyzing volume patterns, delivery data, and open interest metrics, you gain insights into the intentions of operators in stock market and make informed decisions.

Mr Bajaj highlights that volume is one of the technical parameters in trading that is most often overlooked, especially by novices. However, since volume is the most significant technical parameter, you should make an effort to understand this metric and include it in your trading strategies to make an informed decision.

He emphasizes that tracking delivery data helps reduce noise from the market. He recommends using StockEdge to track delivery data, which represents the quantity of shares held overnight. It is quite possible to predict the trend by analyzing delivery volume, especially during the breakouts. High delivery volume indicates interest in holding stock shares for the long term, reflecting confidence in the stock's potential for long-term growth or stability.

According to him, if you don’t learn how to book a loss, then you won’t incur profits. This is one of the biggest traits of a knowledgeable trader. Booking losses are a crucial aspect of trading that often gets overlooked.

Watch this video to understand and use indicators such as volume, delivery, and open interest. It provides valuable insights into the intentions of stock market operators, enabling informed decision-making and potentially improving trading strategies.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q1. Who are operators in stock market?

They are traders, investors, or participants in the stock market who trade with the intention of manipulating the stock price by increasing stock volume. The stock prices keep rising when they raise the volume of stocks traded in the stock market by trading in a circle and raising the stock price.

Q2. What are the different types of operators in stock exchange?

In the stock exchange, various stock operators influence market dynamics. Institutional investors like mutual and hedge funds deploy substantial capital. Market makers, large financial institutions, and corporate insiders impact stock prices. Illicit operators engage in schemes like "pump and dump." To make informed decisions, traders need to know how to distinguish the positive ones from the manipulative ones.

Q3. How do you analyze the volume?

The volume shows how much is exchanged at various price points. Assessing the operator's intent is made easier by analyzing volume along with price movements. Selling pressure is indicated by red candles with growing red volume, while buying pressure is shown by green candles with increasing green volume.

Q4. What is the concept of delivery volume?

Delivery volume can be derived by deducting the intraday volume from the total volume. The main difference between traded volume and delivery volume is that traded volume is the total number of shares traded in a day, and delivery volume is the intraday volume minus the total volume.

Q5. How does VWAP help in identifying support/resistance zones and operator activity?

VWAP is the average price considering the volume of trades. Tracking VWAP levels helps identify potential demand or supply zones where significant trading activity has occurred. By using VWAP, you can draw lines on charts at significant price points where delivery data suggests the operator's activity. These levels act as potential support or resistance zones, helping in decision-making.

Q6. How does analyzing volume, delivery, and price action enhance understanding of market dynamics and operator psychology?

Analyzing Volume-Delivery Data is a crucial aspect of understanding market dynamics and gaining insights into operator psychology in the stock market. By combining volume and delivery parameters with price action, you can make more informed decisions, identify trends, and understand the underlying dynamics of the market.

Q7. What is open interest?

Open interest defines the total number of open or outstanding contracts presently held by the market participant at a given time. Open Interest analysis helps identify stock market trends.

Enroll for Learning Stock Markets Effortlessly with Stock Markets Made Easy Course

About Mr. Vivek Bajaj

Vivek bajaj image

The passion for data, analytics and technology is what makes Vivek Bajaj a financial market survivor. The journey as a market participant started in 2002 when the first trade was executed in the options contract of ITC. Life was simpler and easier during that time. Since then technology and Big data have taken over totally. As an early adapter to the complex tools, Kredent was formed to capitalise on the opportunities. He is co-founder of StockEdge and is committed to bring simplicity in the complex world of market data. He is a Chartered Accountant, Company Secretary and an MBA from IIM Indore. He is a part of various committees of exchanges and regulator and he has been an active contributor in the evolution of Indian Derivatives Market.

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