Intraday Trading Course

Intraday Trading Course

This is the first part of the Intraday Trading Course for Beginners as well as Professional Traders. I strongly recommend you follow this and our upcoming articles to gain more knowledge about Intraday Trading. In this article, you will learn how to prepare for day trading before the market opens. These are the factors we should study.

  1. Index
  2. Context
  3. Previous day activity
  4. Next, support and resistance
  5. Area of Opportunity
  6. Possible entry price action
  7. Index (if you trade in index stock)
1. Context

Where price is with respect to the major trend

  • Up/down/range(trend)
  • Pullback /impulse swing
2. Previous Day Activity

Price what did last day?

Studying the profiles of the previous day to get clues for today is one of the essential steps a trader has to perform daily. When a trader starts tracking this regularly, when it becomes a habit, he will always be in sync with the short-term moves in the markets. We will study the following parameters to understand the previous day.

  • Attempted Direction (Up, Dn, Sideways)
  • Volume Generated (High, Low, Unchanged)
  • Position of Close (STRONG/WEEK/neutral)
  • Last swing high/last swing low

By studying the above factors, we can get a tight grip on what the SM was trying to achieve the previous day and whether that attempt was successful. And Possibly the trend for the next day


If the previous day has had a trending day in which the price was marked up to a new level, the previous day’s high or low will not be as important. For example, in the case of a trend day UP, the previous day’s low is not likely to test. Instead, the last swing low becomes the important support level. This support level is most important in the morning trading session. After a trend day up, expect that last swing low to provide initial support.

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Position of close
  • If the market closes strongly (either near the previous day’s high or near the previous day’s low), it gives the trader a very loud and clear signal that continuation is likely the next day.
  • The last hour often tells the truth about how strong a trend truly is. Smart money or strong hand shows their hand in the last hour, continuing to mark positions in their favor.
  • Neutral CLOSE MEANS. Price closes in the middle of the day. The previous day was a range day. If neutral closing on the previous day, we expect the price will reverse from either the previous day’s low or the previous day’s high the next day. If the trend is up, then we expect the price will reverse from the previous day’s low.

Intraday Trading Course for Beginners as well as Professional Traders how to prepare for day trading before market open

Volume and attempted direction
  • High volume during the closing hours indicates continuation the next morning in the direction of the last half-hour.
  • If the market makes a trending move in the last hour after a lifeless opening session, be positioned in the direction of that move by the close. There are very high odds of an opening gap in your favor the next morning.
3. Next, support and resistance level
  1. Where are immediate support and resistance or supply and demand zone
  2. This is decided our risk reward

Trading is all about Location. Defining a location where a decisive group of traders acts and fights it out is the key. Wait for the market to hit the identified price level, and watch which side takes control, buyers or sellers. Go with the winning team and enter where the losers start exiting and allow their order flow to take our position to profit. The location for the area of opportunity is

  • Previous day High, previous day Low
  • The last swing high, and last swing is low
  • Major Swing Pivots.
  • Big Round Numbers

The previous day’s high and low are two very important “pivot” points because of where buyers or sellers came in the day before. Look for price action at these points for either continuation or reversal. These are the market’s own levels, and the market will respect its own levels.


First, Identify the support (demand) and resistance (supply) levels in the NF and any sector. If markets closed near demand, I would know to look for opportunities to buy the next day as the price was likely to rally from that demand level.

The next step was to look at charts of a few of the large sectors to find some that are also trading near demand, as those sectors would likely rally from that demand level with the broad (NF and BNF) market the following day. Out of the few sectors, I would always find one or two that were set up very well with the broad market.

The final step was to look at a handful of high-volume stocks within that sector, and that is always where I would find a VERY quality trading opportunity


There are three price action trade setups when price encounters an area of opportunity.

  • Breakout failure
  • Breakout pullback
  • Test Reversal

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Trading these three price action patterns blindly is a recipe for disaster. There are other factors to be considered while trading these price action setups, such as strength of trend, volume, price action, etc. Please watch the following video if you want to learn and understand this concept in a better way.

This is the first part of our Intraday Trading Course, and I hope you enjoy it. In the next article, I will discuss Multiple Time Frame Analysis for Intraday Trading in detail. Please join my Telegram Channel, YouTube Channel, and Facebook Group to learn more and clear your doubts. 

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