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Last updated 5 days agoFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to: navigation, search This article is about the practice. For the occupation, see Day trader.
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Day trading refers to the practice of buying and selling financial instruments within the same trading day such that all positions are usually closed before the market close for the trading day. Traders who participate in day trading are called active traders or day traders.
Not widely known, the correct definition of an "intra-day" means the move as measured from the previous close and not just relative to another price traded on the same day.
Some of the more commonly day-traded financial instruments are stocks, stock options, currencies, and a host of futures contracts such as equity index futures, interest rate futures, and commodity futures.
Day trading used to be an activity exclusive to financial firms and professional investors and speculators. Indeed, many day traders are bank or investment firm employees working as specialists in equity investment and fund management. However, with the advent of electronic trading and margin trading, day trading has become increasingly popular among at-home traders.
Contents [hide]
1 Characteristics
1.1 Trade frequency
1.2 Profit and risks
2 History
2.1 Financial settlement
2.2 Electronic communication networks
2.3 Technology bubble (1997--2000)
3 Techniques
3.1 Trend following
3.2 Contrarian investing
3.3 Range trading
3.4 Scalping
3.5 Rebate trading
3.6 News playing
3.7 Price action
3.8 Artificial intelligence
4 Cost
4.1 Trading equipment
4.2 Brokerage
4.3 Commission
4.4 Spread
4.5 Market data
4.6 Candlestick charts
5 Regulations and restrictions
5.1 Pattern day trader
6 See also
7 Notes and references
8 External links

[edit] Characteristics[edit] Trade frequencyAlthough collectively called day trading, there are many styles with specific qualities and risks. Scalping is an intra-day technique that usually has the trader holding a position for a few minutes. Shaving is a method which allows the trader to jump ahead by a tenth of a cent, and a full round trip (a buy and a sell order) is often completed in under one second. Instead of bidding $10.20 per share, the scalper will jump the bid at $10.201, thus becoming the best bid and therefore the first in line to be able to purchase the stock. When the best "Offer" is $10.21, the shaver will again jump first in line and sell a tenth of a cent cheaper at $10.209 for a profit of 0.008 of a dollar. The profits add up when using 10,000 share lots each time and the combined earnings from Rebates (read below) for creating liquidity. A day trader is actively searching for potential trading setups (that is, any stock or other financial instruments that, in the judgment of the day trader, is in a tension state, ready to accelerate in price in either direction, that when traded well has a potential for a substantial profit). The number of trades one can make per day is almost unlimited, as are the profits and losses.

The price of financial instruments can vary greatly within the same trading day (screen capture from Google Finance).Some day traders focus on very short-term trading within the trading day, in which a trade