The stock market is a place of collection of markets and exchanges where regular activities of buying, selling, and issuance of shares of publicly held companies take place.The main purpose for there being a stock market is to provide a structured and regulated exchange where investors can safely buy and sell shares of stock in a public corporation and where company owners can acquire equity investment. There were many factors that go into a stock market in the background. Foe example the role of a share holder, promoter, director,primary market and secondary market,IPO,investments,trading,Face Value, Dividend, Bonus, Split, SENSEX, NIFTY etc.

  • : The stock market is a place of collection of markets and exchanges where regular activities of buying, selling, and issuance of shares of publicly held companies take place.
  • : The main purpose for there being a stock market is to provide a structured and regulated exchange where investors can safely buy and sell shares of stock in a public corporation and where company owners can acquire equity investment.
  • : 1) stock exchange market 2) Stock market 3) Share market 4) Capital market The proper definition of stock is a document or a certificate representing ownership of any company, whereas, Share/Shares can be described as ownership certificate or document of one particular company. Hence, it is clear that when we use the term share, it should only refer to a specific company’s stocks. A stock is a broader term than a share.
  • : SEBI stands for security exchange board of india. The SEBI is the regulatory authority in India established under Section 3 of SEBI Act to protect the interests of the investors in securities and to promote the development of and to regulate the securities market.
  • : Shareholder : Shareholders are defined as nothing but the people who own a company. Promoters : Right from the onset of the business the promoters are the people who promoted the company. Director: A Director is defined as a person who is in charge of an organisation
  • : A primary market deals with making ads,explaining the business,application, attaching D.d and sending back. The Secondary market is nothing but the stock market where transfer of shares take place.
  • : IPO stands fro initial public offer. First create a trading account. First login in your trading account and select the IPO you wish to invest in. Transfer funds from your bank account to your trading account. Select the number of shares you want to apply for and the price at which you want to bid for (or use cut off option) and then press submit button.
  • : A shareholder does not have the rights to ask for a refund or even dividends. If he wants a refund he will have to sell his shares. In the case of a dividend the people who run the company have authority to decide if or not they want to give dividend to the shareholder or not.
  • : investments include increasing of wealth gradually over a long period time by buying and holding of stocks. Trading is buying and selling of stocks regularly and over here the objective is to create faster returns.
  • : Face Value : It is a denomination of value determined by the number of shares divided by the number of people. example 10,000 shares divided by 100 people. The face value per person is rs 10. Dividend : The share of profit that is divided by the number of shares. Bonus : These are shares given to the current shareholders without any costs based on the number of shares that a shareholder owns. Split : split is a decision by a company's board of directors to increase the number of shares that are outstanding by issuing more shares to current shareholders. A split causes a decrease of market price of individual shares.
  • : SENSEX : It is the stock market index of the top 30 companies listed in the Bombay Stock Exchange. NIFTY : The national stock exchange top 50 companies average performance will reflect as NIFTY.
  • : The National Stock exchange stocks listed are a lot less when compared to the Bombay Stock Exchange. It provides more liquidity for its stocks as compared to the bombay stock exchange thus making them a better choice for investors.
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