The famous saying in the stock market is, “Buy low, sell high”. Now back to question: if it is advisable to sell at intraday high and buy at intraday low? The thing is, you cannot know if the high is intraday high and the low in intraday low until the end of the trading session and there is no indicator to identify the intraday high and low. Even if there is a way then there no one will place buy order until the arrival of required price i.e. intraday low and same goes for sellers. Instead, focus on one of the best available stock market tips – buy low and sell high (as also available on Advisorymandi platform). It may sound simple but it is also not easy to find out the too high or too low until the moment is over. The best way is to use the moving averages to see price fluctuation over time. Generally, investors track two moving averages – 50-day moving average and 200-day moving average. If the 50-day moving average crosses the 200-day moving average in upward direction then it is a ‘Buy Signal’ but if the 50-day moving average crosses the 200-day moving average in a downward direction then it is a ‘Sell Signal’. Hope, it will help you understand!