How Offline Trading is better than Online Trading

Online Vs Offline Trading
In Stock market as an investment the panic works as a differential factor in success and failure. If a stock investor is susceptible to panic or reacts early or late for a market it at times serve as a loss. And when you are investing in stock market you have to play in big number of shares to get recognizable figure of profit. You can get profit in low stock numbers but they should turn in huge margin. Which used to be practical before the Hawala and other stock market havoc in 1990s.

I prefer Offline trading over online trading because of many reasons and explanation is as below:-

1. The Offline market is closed hence the chances of fluctuation is none so the investment is made in the desired marker price. Or else with not much fluctuation.

2. The rise and fall in price is already speculated hence the chances of major setback is lesser while trading offline.

3. You are aware of the whole day movement of the stock and you can understand what will be its movement tomorrow on which you can earn more.

4. If the investment is with long term goals you will be in a comfortable position to invest in offline market.

Aside to all this you have better opportunity to invest on FPOs and IPOs which means you are more likely to succeed in grabbing a good share at lower price. Also the short term selling should be preferred in offline market. In offline market you decide the price of the share in a better way as you have seen the movement the whole day along. If you want to purchase the stocks for long term and want to do a short term selling you must go for offline trading. The FPOs and IPOs should be made investment with at the last moment as you can get the deal struck at last moment in lower price. The time to research and compare is more as compared to online market as the prices are not running up and down. Plus you have the whole day whole month and a year chart in front of you. So you have a fairer idea to the stock trend. If you are a short time investor and want to buy stock for short term selling, you must buy it in online market. But selling should not be immediate and hence should be done offline only as you can have better grip of the whole day trading.

But if you are a long term investor and you want to buy stocks you must go for offline trading as the stock has performed in a time period and post analysis you conclude to buy the stock for long term. While you are selling the stock which you hold for long must be sold at online market. As online trading helps you gain an edge on price and helps you square off your stocks immediately and you have cash in hand for trading further in the stock market.

Outcome for the above discussion is as follows:-

Short Term Investor
Buying – Online Trading
Selling – Offline Trading

Long Term Investor
Buying – Offline Trading
Selling – Online Trading

I prefer to operate in Offline trading as it is less riskier as compared to online trading and is not abruptly changing or brings surprises while buying/selling. What is your preferred mode trading- Offline/Online? Do you like Surprise factor of Stock Market?

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