This is the second and the last part of Intraday Trading in Stock Market topic.
If you have NOT watched the first part go now watch it first you will NOT understand what I am going to talk in this video unless you watch and understand Part-1 first.
Here is the link – Intraday Trading in Stock Market – Part 1
I am assuming you have already seen and understood what I have said in the 1st part of this topic.
In this post I am going to talk about Intraday trading with a mix of non-intraday trading.
You must be thinking. What is non-intraday trading?
Well, it is normal trading.
Let’s take an example to understand it better.
Intraday Trading with Normal Trading
Let’s say I have bought 100 shares of Reliance for ₹1,000 on 01-01-2016.
Now, I sold 10 shares of Reliance on the same day for ₹150.
And sold the remaining 90 shares of Reliance for ₹850 on 04-04-2016.
This means for 10 shares it is intraday trading and for remaining 90 shares it is normal trading.
So, how the entry will be passed in Tally?
We have to divide the entry into two entries.
We have to create 2 entries.
One for Intraday Trading and another for Regular Trading.
Please note that the profit or loss will automatically be calculated in the profit and loss account.
Intraday Trading Entries for Stock Market in Tally – 2
At the End…
Thank you Aneesh for asking such a good question.
A good enough question that made me create two posts as well as two informative videos about just intraday trading.
I am sure you people have understood how to create intraday trading entries for stock market in Tally.
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