There are 3 tools you can use to evaluate the stocks you would like to invest (or consider investing) in.
2. Key Stats
3. Market Depth Data
1. Charts (available on the Stock details screen - click on any stock to see these details)
You can view both, the short-term and long-term charts (such as 1 day, 1 month, 1 year, 3 years, 5 years, etc). These can help you identify and visualize short-term and long-term trends.
You can also change the chart type ranging from Candlesticks, OHLC (open high low and close) , Area (marks the closing prices of each interval), Heikin-Aishi, and Renko
2 & 3. Key Stats and Market Depth (available on the Stock details screen - click on any stock to see these details)
Open: Opening Price for the day
Prev Close: Closing Price for last trading day
Volume: Volume traded today
High: Day’s High
Low: Day’s low
Market Cap: Total Market Capitalisation
52 week High and 52 week low
DPR: Daily price range as decided by exchange for the particular scrip
Exposure: Category Type as allotted by exchange, based on the volatility of the scrip, Exposure allowed on Intraday and Delivery in margin trades. Int-10x and Del-3x means 10 times exposure (10 times of the margin blocked) is allowed on intraday trades of this particular scrip and 3 times exposure (3 times of the margin blocked) is allowed on delivery trades of this particular scrip
Market Depth Data: This gives traders an idea of the current bid-ask spread and the current liquidity of the stock in the market. To under more about market depth, refer to https://www.investopedia.com/terms/m/marketdepth.asp#:~:text=Market depth refers to a, trading within an individual security.