Muhurat trading


Muharat trading is an important and best traditional event which is celebrated every year on the occasion of Diwali in the Indian stock market. It is a special one day trading session in which investors and traders get the opportunity to buy and sell various scripts (stocks) between companies.

Muhurat Trading

Muharat trading is celebrated with a traditional belief and also has religious and spiritual significance. This is an auspicious occasion for investors and marketing companies in which they start new investments at the beginning of the new year. People wish for good profits at this time and hope to achieve good luck and success in the stock market.

There is a prevalent stereotype of buying gold and silver items especially during this traditional season, as these are probably symbols of wealth and prosperity. This session is a unique opportunity for happiness and success for Indian marketers.

Muhurat trading time

Check out the BSE and NSE‘s 2023 Muhurat Trading hours. Muhurat Trading takes place on Sunday, November 12, 2023.

Moment Time
Pre-Open Session
6:00 PM - 6:08 PM
Muhurat Trading
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM
7:30 - 7:38 PM
Market Close
7:40 PM

What happens in Muhurat Trading?

Muhurta trading is the time when buying and selling takes place in the stock market on the day of Diwali. It consists of 5 parts:

1. Block Deal: Here both parties together enter into an agreement to buy or sell a security at a specified price and inform the stock exchange.

2. Pre-Open Session: Here the exchange decides the equilibrium price in about eight minutes.

3. Normal Market Session: This is a one-hour trading period.

4. Call Auction Session: This is for exchange where floating securities are purchased based on some specific parameters.

5. Closing session: Market orders may be placed at the closing price by traders and investors.

Frequently asked question

Are all shares traded?

Yes, but only temporarily included shares are traded according to certain specific parameters.

Is this session beneficial?

This session is considered particularly auspicious, but it also depends on the conditions of the stock market. There may be profit or loss depending on the market situation.

Which people participate in it?

This may also include traders, investors, and general people who are interested in the stock market.

What is the history of Muhurat trading?

It has its origin in Indian tradition and is considered especially auspicious for financial gains. This happens every year on the big festival Diwali.

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