Going Short: Borrowing a stock that you do not own. Selling it. And if the price
drops, buying it back at he lower price, giving back the stock to it’s original owner and
keeping the difference of price (which is your profit).
PS : I am a beginner in trading.(just a month)

More at: r/NepalStock by version_pro

7 comments
  1. If you didnt know till now there is no short selling in nepal after 1 months may be you need more time to research and learn about the market

  2. People should understand the risks involved in shorting too. In normal trading, the maximum loss you can have is when your stock price drops to 0 but in short trading, there is no limit to how high the stock price can go.

  3. intra day bhae pugcha malai aile, nepal ko problem ground reality ra expectation ma swarga narrka ko farak cha…

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