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Only Buyers & Sellers

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What does Only Buyers mean?

"Only buyers" means there are people who want to buy a stock but no one is willing to sell it, which can lead to the stock price going up till the upper circuit.

What does Only Sellers mean?

"Only sellers" means there are people who want to sell a stock but no one is willing to buy it, which can result in the stock price going down till the lower circuit.

Features available for Only Buyers & Sellers

  • Interpret market activity : Only the Buyers and Sellers section reflects the supply and demand for specific stocks.
  • Imbalance indication : Helps traders gauge the extent of supply and demand imbalance.
  • Market sentiment : Provides insights into current market sentiment.
  • Liquidity and price changes : Helps traders assess stock liquidity and potential price changes.
  • Stock details : Scrip name, Bid qty for Only Buyers, Ask qty for Only Sellers, Previous close, Net change in points and percentages, and trading volumes in lakhs.

How to interpret Only Buyers & Sellers?

Traders can conveniently view the stocks categorized as "Only Buyers" or "Only Sellers" for any desired index by selecting it from the dropdown menu. Within these sections, traders can access important details such as the scrip name, Bid quantity for the "Only Buyers" section, Ask quantity for the "Only Sellers" section, the stock's previous close, net change in points from the previous close, net percentage change, and trading volumes in lakhs. It's important to note that all the data provided is specific to the NSE exchange. By delving into the information presented in the "Only Buyers" and "Only Sellers" sections, traders can gain valuable insights into the supply and demand dynamics for specific stocks. This can aid in assessing market sentiment, identifying potential liquidity constraints, and anticipating potential price movements. Such insights are crucial for informed decision-making and effectively managing trading strategies in response to market conditions.