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What are Top Losers?

A share whose price decreases during the course of a single market trading day is called a Loser. Top Losers are those shares that have the highest percentage of decrease in price, or the percentage of loss, as compared to their last closing price or their opening price of the same day. In other words, a Loser share or share has a lower price during the closing of the share market than it did at the time it opened, or during the previous trading day’s closing time.
When the share market indices fall, it is likely that there will be more losers than gainers in the market.
The shares listed under the National share Exchange (NSE) that undergo a decrease in their price on a trading day are referred to as the NSE Top Losers of that day in the share market. Similarly, those shares that have the highest decrease in a single market day under the BSE are listed in the BSE Top Losers of the day.

How do Top Losers help before buying shares?

The Top Losers list is an essential indicator to predict the future of the shares and the trends that help it evolve. It is important to have a good understanding of the Top Losers in the market to make viable investment decisions. The daily availability of the Top Losers list allows investors to analyse and compare the performance of shares and their place in the list over a period of time. For example, an investor can study the trends of the Top Losers and reap profits with the ‘buy low, sell high’ move. Studying the Losers can give an investor an insight into the direction in which the market is shifting. This helps them make a decision on what shares they want to buy.

How to analyse Top Losers?

Top Losers are calculated by finding the percentage decrease of the price of shares on a single market day as compared to its opening price. The shares that have recorded the highest percentage of losses are the Top Losers. The Top Gainers and Top Losers are both representative of the market direction and its trends.
In order to make the best decision on what shares to buy, an investor must analyse the Top Losers list over a certain period of time. Even though Top Losers are calculated and listed independently and daily, analysing them singularly will render inconclusive results. Investors analyse the shares in volumes, or over a certain period of time. This is because the increase or decrease of the price of the shares determines the trend pattern. The trend defined by a share’s movement can be analysed when the price rise in the share is valued in volumes. Understanding and studying this information on a real time basis and evaluating it over a period of time will allow an investor to understand the market direction in the long term.

How are the Top Losers in the share market calculated?

Top Losers are those shares that have the highest percentage of decline in their price during the course of a single market trading day. They are calculated by finding the percentage decrease of share price on a single market day in comparison with its opening price.
The Top Losers can be calculated by the following formula:
Percentage decrease in a share price = Current price of a share – Opening price of the share / Opening price of the share x 100
The shares with the highest percentage of less in a market day are the Top Losers.

How to buy Top Losers shares at Upstox?

At Upstox, we value our conveniently fast and easy to use application & website. All you have to do is create your Demat account with Upstox & head to our top loser shares page. Pick the share you want to invest in & input the amount you would like to purchase the shares for. Easy!

Is investing in the top losers share market worth it?

In order to invest in the top losers market, you must have a sound idea of exactly when to buy in and sell. Here, the classic mantra – ‘Buy low, Sell high’ plays an important role. Top losers may help in short term reaps of profit for active traders that study the market lists very carefully and over a period of time.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is it good to invest in Top Losers?

Yes and no, the investment decision is dependent on your knowledge of the market. In order to invest in the top losers market, you must have a sound idea of exactly when to buy in and sell. Here, the classic mantra – ‘Buy low, Sell high’ plays an important role. Top losers may help in short term reaps of profit for active traders that study the market lists very carefully and over a period of time.

Should we buy top losers shares?

In order to invest in the top losers market, you must have a sound idea of exactly when to buy in and sell. Here, the classic mantra – ‘Buy low, Sell high’ plays an important role. Top losers may help in short term reaps of profit for active traders that study the market lists very carefully and over a period of time. Often investors believe it’s an important addition to their portfolio.

Does the price of Top Losers’ shares change daily, weekly or monthly?

The price of Top Losers’ shares changes daily on every market day. Top Losers are those shares that have the highest percentage of decrease in price, or the percentage of loss, as compared to their last closing price or their opening price of the same day. In other words, a Loser share or share has a lower price during the closing of the share market than it did at the time it opened, or during the previous trading day’s closing time.

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