CNBC Awaaz launches market show ‘Market Ke Khatron Ke Khiladi’

MUMBAI: CNBC Awaaz, the Hindi business news channel from TV18, has launched a new show, Market Ke Khatron Ke Khiladi. The show will display live all the action from the dealing room, between 8.30 am and 3.30 pm.

The channel claims that the viewers will not only get an opportunity to witness individuals buying and selling in stocks live, but will also hear from these traders daily the rationale behind their trading strategies.

The programme will give viewers an opportunity to understand various trading strategies and daily moves of experienced stock traders.

Market Ke Khatron Ke Khiladi will also feature a segment after the market closes which will analyse whether the stocks selected and strategies adopted by the traders during the day have really paid off.

CNBC Awaaz Editor-in-chief Sanjay Pugalia said, “CNBC Awaaz Market Ke Khatron Ke Khiladi is a unique and first-of-its kind initiative that show experienced Indian traders live in action in the dealing room, trading in stocks every day. With an aim to educate and guide the investors, especially the day traders about the complexity of trading in stocks, CNBC Awaaz has taken a step forward by providing a live experience of real traders on a daily basis. This segment is a natural extension of educating viewers on making informed decisions on trading in different stocks and the risks involved.”

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