Stock Market is like any other market but stocks are traded here and regulated by SEBI.
U can trade in a stock market only thru a broker and shares are held in demat format.
There are 2 types of markets – Primary and Secondary.
All buyer’s and all Seller’s orders for a particular stock is placed to the exchange thru a broker and is put in a queue based on the lowest selling price and highest buying price.
Equity – all shares have the same value;
Stock exchange is where people exchange their money with shares of a company and vice versa,
Shares represent the ownership of the company;
A settlement is done when commitments are fulfilled whereas a deal is where a buy or sell happens at an agreed price.

  • : A place where stocks are traded against money.
  • : So the buyers can meet the sellers and vice versa in a systematic manner
  • : Vegetable Market, Currency Market, Commodities Market, Metals Market. Stocks market is similar to any other market where the money is exchanged for ownership of a product/company. In Stock market, the shares are traded for money; trade happens at the stock exchange thru a broker; is regulated by SEBI.
  • : SEBI is a regulator for the stock market set up by the Govt of India to regulate the market and ensure that all players (buyers, sellers, brokers) follow the rules of the game and fulfil their commitment.
  • : Shareholder is the holder of the shares, a;so a part-owner of the company whose share he is holding; Promoter is the person who promoted the company; Director of a company is the person responsible for proper management of the company.
  • : Primary market is where a company can offer their shares for the first time thru an IPO and these can only be bought (but not sold) by the buyer. Secondary market is where shares are bought and sold (traded) by the buyers & sellers..
  • : IPO - Initial Public Offering is a mode of raising funds for the company by offering to share the profits of the company in return for an investment. IPOs, when offered, can be applied thru bank or brokers. Recent IPOs: HDFC Standard Life Insurance, Opened on 7th Nov and closed on 9th Nov; Issue size was 8965 crores; Face Value is Rs. 10/- but was issued at Rs. 290/- Was oversubscribed 4.895 times. Currently trading at Rs. 368.00
  • : No. Once a share is offered, the company has nothing to do with the current trading value of the share. the shareholder can ONLY trade the share in the stock market. It is the company's prerogative when, how much and how to share the profits.
  • : Investments are based on fundamental analysis, long term and the expected capital appreciation is high. Trading is based on technical analysis, short term, and profits are small.
  • : Face Value - The value of the share Dividend: Payout of the profit and the %of dividiend is decided by the Company. Bonus: Issue of additional shares against a holding instead of paying out Dividend. Split: A way to reduce the face value of the share and increasing the shares issued. From the trader's view, the traded value of the stocks matter.
  • : Sensex refers to the value of a group of the top stocks in the BSE and NIFTY refers to the value of a group of stocks in the NSE. The total value of these group of shares are totalled & multiplied based on a base value of 1 for NSE and 3 for BSE,.
  • : Dont know
  • : Why is NSE popular than BSE?

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