I don’t understand why on earth anyone that has followed a couple of tutorials, read one or two books, could proclaim themselves as “technical analysis experts”. If you compare to any other profession, you will see that most requires at least a five-year course in order to be recognized, by society, that you are a […]
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Thousands of traders seek to make profits in the stock market every day. But stock trading is not everyone’s cup of tea, and losing money seems to be a lot easier than booking profits. So, investors apply intraday and interday trading strategies to make the best use of their resources.
A trading strategy is chosen on the basis of the investor’s risk appetite and investment horizon. The choice also depends on the type of security the investor wants to deal with. Each of these trading strategies has different rules.
Basics of intraday tradingand interday trading
Intraday trading relates to trades being settled in a single trading day. In contrast, interday trading involves trading that takes place over more than a single day. Both these trading techniques are short-term trading strategies. So, they focus on short-term trades.
However, the two strategies are distinguished by their respective approaches towards trading, time horizons, and risk profiles.
Before you start trading, it is essential to open a trading account with a broker like Kotak Securities. Now, you can decide on your goal and set the trading strategy accordingly.
As the ever increase in competition and the scrupulous mechanism of every organization, every company needs regular amount of flow regarding capital and cash that ensures all the mechanism and related details are running smoothly or not. In any type of business, competitor always looks forwards to get a chance to become the leader in that race. That’s why it becomes very important to make sure about the adequate cash and capital ready when ever there is a need to use them.
Capitals may be required for many reasons like buying commercials vehicles, machinery, used and new equipments and some other important things. It’s not possible for any business owner to extract money every time from the company’s account as it directly affects your working capital. That’s the main reason why asset finance comes into role. Asset finance is very useful as it helps in raising the amount of money for buying the assets and the money can be returned back to the finance company through several installments over a contracted period of time.
What is Asset Finance? Basically it is a financial arrangement with which you have the power to buy a company, a new car, used equipment, machinery or other office equipment. You can get this loan quickly because the process is not as long as other loans have. Many companies now use such loans to expand their infrastructure and this adds more choices to the growing popularity of affordable financial solutions.
Some of the main benefits of using Asset Finance are as follows:
1. It helps in saving current capital. Buying new equipment definitely requires a massive capital investment which sometimes prevents company owners from investing in other projects. But if you save less rent than can be used in several other projects or in other activities. This will definitely direct the company to adopt new businesses quickly and provide new opportunities.
2. It also helps open up many ways to respond to opportunities. It makes you stand during unwanted circumstances. This is very valuable to businesses, especially so they need easy financing solutions to keep pace with technological developments.
In this article I compare Angel Investor vs. Venture Capital Databases to identify the main differences? Of course, the primary difference is the investors in each database; i.e. the angel investor database includes angel investors while the venture capital database includes venture capital firms. So, then you may be wondering “What is the difference between a VC firm and an angel investor?”
The main differences between angels and venture capitalists are as follows:
Investment Size: The size of investments differ by investor, but most often an angel will commit a much smaller amount of capital to a small business or entrepreneur than a venture capital firm would. This is true for a number of reasons including: the stage of the business, investable income, risk and structure of the investor and/or fund.
What is the stage of the business?: This is a very important consideration, because angels typically invest in small businesses at the really early stages of the firm. This requires a lot deal of risk which lowers the investors’ capital commitment. (Would you place a larger bet on something with a 70% of success or with a 30-50% chance?) But that’s often not a big obstacle to the small business because in the first year or so of operation, the business needs less money from outside investors. But when the company has matured and proven it has the management team or the business idea that could develop into a bigger and more lucrative business, a venture capitalist might step in.