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Swing Trading 

Swing Trading is a short-term trading method that can be used when trading stocks and options. Whereas Day Trading positions last less than one day, Swing Trading positions typically last two to six days, but may last as long as two weeks. … Most swing traders work with the main trend of the chart.
Swing Trading is a strategy that focuses on taking smaller gains in short term trends and cutting losses quicker.

Weekly Expiry:

The contracts will expire on Thursday of every week, In case the Thursday is a trading holiday, the previous trading day will be the expiry/last trading day. Short term traders take advantage of these Expiry for trading in Nifty and Bank nifty Options.

Live Trading:

Live trading is a real-time trading experience. Classroom training covers the theory whereas Live Trading is the practical aspect of any course. It is easy to shoot a target when it is not moving, but to take aim when the target is moving constantly requires a lot of practice to develop the accuracy.

Risk Management:

Risk management helps cut down losses. It can also help protect a trader’s account from losing all of his or her money. If it can be managed, the trader can open him or herself up to making money in the market. It is an essential but often overlooked prerequisite to successful active trading.

Managing risk is the most important thing to do as a trade, probability and strategies for limiting trading risk is called Risk management .