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NSE - Short Selling

by The trader, 2514 days ago
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The National Stock Exchange of India website reports Short Selling volume for NSE-listed companies. The data spans from 2008 to present. The current item downloads this short selling data and stores it into a custom database. The database (nse_shortselling) is automatically created the first time you download the data. It contains only two fields; the first one gets the date on which the short selling transactions occurred, and the second one gets the short sales volume or the number of shares that were sold short. A high short sale number is usually considered bearish.
For example, on 5 March 2010, 420 shares of 3i Infotech, whose ticker symbol is "3iinfotech", were short sold.

In order to download the NSE short selling data, you just have to select the start and end date and then click on the "Start" button.

To display the short selling volume time-series, you can use the "GetData" formula:
ss = GetData("nse_shortselling","quantity",Zero);
plot(ss, "Short Sales", colorRed,ChartLine,StyleOwnScale);

In the screener, you can use the following formula to display stocks whose short selling volume is higher than a specific threshold (1000 in this example):
GetData("nse_shortselling","quantity",Zero) > 1000

You can also download short selling data for the following stock exchanges:
ASX - Short Selling data is provided by the Australian Securities Exchange.
For the U.S. Exchanges you can use one of the following items: NASDAQ and Boston stock exchanges - Daily short sale data, NYSE Arca - Daily short sale data, Short Selling historical data, NSX - Daily short selling data, or you can use Short Selling Data to get short selling volume for all U.S. stocks from several U.S. exchanges: NASDAQ, NYSE...

Here is a list of objects that download data from the National Stock Exchange website:
NSE Stock Quotes
NSE Nifty - S&P CNX Nifty
NSE Margin Trading
NSE - Security-wise Delivery Position
NSE Derivatives
NSE Board Meetings
NSE Corporate Actions


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