Diwali Muhurat Trading
Muhurat means "Auspicious Hour" and according to it do the trading of the stocks. We suggest investors do Mahurat Trading in stocks with token purchase. Do your proper stock analysis with Ripples Advisory Private Limited and trade in the stocks which are technically strong.
The special ‘Muhurat Trading’ session, held every year on the day of Diwali, will take place on October 19 this year.
Last year, the market ended on a lower note in the previous year, with Sensex ending over 11 points lower. Meanwhile, the Nifty fell 12.30 points to end at 8,625.70.
Diwali 2017 Muhurat Trading Timing:
Pre-Open Session - 18:15 pm
Muhurat Trading Session - 18:23 pm
Post Closing - 19:45 pm
Duration – 1 hr
*This 1 hour will light-up your Diwali with Extra Profit*
Diwali brings happiness to all and that is why people do Muhurat Trading to get a blessing from goddess Laxmi. Best wishes to our large family of investors, members, corporates, and associates may this Diwali bless you with Wealth and Prosperity!
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Muhurat Trading NEWS
The Indian market has witnessed a steady run so far this year, with the Nifty clocking a fresh milestone of 10,000. Frontline indices gained 20-22 percent between January 2017 and October 9, 2017.
Going forward, a key element on the market’s radar is the auspicious festival of Diwali.
The Diwali period also marks the commencement of a new year for the trader community, and that is commemorated with a Muhurat Trading session by the market.
Muhurat Trading is unique to Indian markets and is based on the word Muhurat, which means auspicious time. Traditionally, BSE was dominated by Gujarati and Marwari brokers and they used to follow Hindu calendar.
As per Hindu calendar, Diwali is an important festival, similar to Christmas for Western world. On the first day of New Year – Vikram Samvat, these brokers used to open new year settlement accounts for their clients by trading during Muhurat Trading session, explains this report.
Between Diwali of last year and this year till October 10, the Sensex has gained 14 percent, while the Nifty has returned around 16 percent.