Difference Between Intraday and Delivery Trading

What is the Difference Between Intraday and Delivery Trading?

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Difference Between Intraday and Delivery Trading

Every Trader or Investor wants to make huge money in the stock market like Warren Buffett or Rakesh Jhunjhunwala. But only a few made it.

Everyone wants to be like Rakesh Jhunjhunwala or Warren Buffett. Every investor or trader wants to be financially independent. No need for rocket science to understand the fundamentals of the stock market.

What matters the most is your consistency, well-known investors like Rakesh Jhujhunwala invested in their portfolio for a longer period of time, even decades.

Now, let’s understand the difference between Intraday and Delivery Trading

What is Intraday Trading?

Intraday Trading refers to buying and selling of stocks on the same day during the Trading/Market hours.

When you buy/ sell share from your Demat account the two most common option appears Delivery and Intraday like the below:

Difference between intraday and delivery trading EduTaxTuber

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What is Delivery Trading?

In Delivery trading, an investor is not required to buy and sell the shares within the same day. The Investor can hold the share for a longer period of time depending on his/her willingness. The time period can be in days, weeks, months, or years.

When you buy/ sell share from your demate account the two most common option appears Delivery and Intraday like the below:

Difference between delivery and Intraday trading EduTaxTuber

Intraday Trading v/s Delivery Trading

Now analyze the difference between the both options

Intraday

Delivery

As above you can see that instead of share of the same company that is “RELIANCE” there is a price difference.

For Intraday

₹ 510.60/ Share

For Delivery

₹ 2553.00/ Share

Bought and Sold Within a day that is during the trading/market hours.No need to required buy and sell on the same day.
No need to pay the full price of the share as above shown in the imageNeed to pay full price of the share for delivery trading
Risk: HighRisk: Low

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