what is short covering, short selling. how sensex/nifty climbing/falling ? is it for volume or price traded?



can give me an expert opinion on above
further, if i want to buy xyz share in after market hour hopping that price will jump what should be my strategy if xyz last closing price is 100 (if i expecting sensex will open 150+ next day) and vice versa shorting stradegy….
Repected Jain Saab
Thanks for answering the my quarry pl clarify my these question

further, if i want to BOOK xyz share in “after market hour “hopping that price will jump what should be my strategy when xyz last closing price is 100 (if i expecting sensex will open 150+ next day) and vice versa shorting stradegy….

One Reply to “what is short covering, short selling. how sensex/nifty climbing/falling ? is it for volume or price traded?”

  1. Purchasing securities in order to close an open short position. This is done by buying the same type and number of securities that were sold short. Most often, traders cover their shorts whenever they speculate that the securities will rise. In order to make a profit, a short seller must cover the shorts by purchasing the security below the original selling price.For example, suppose a trader has sold short 50 shares of ABC stock at a price of $10 per share because he speculated that ABC will not be successful in the near future. Unfortunately for the trader, the company has been very lucky recently and its price rises to $15 per share. In order to limit his losses, this trader decides to cover his short position by buying back the 50 short sold shares at a price of $15 per share.sensex and niffty go up when shorts are covered . you can not buy shares after market hour or sell after market hour





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