Trading of shares in a stock exchange takes place through Registered Stockbrokers, Transfer Agent etc. Buyer gets in touch with a Broker, and gives him all the details of shares he wants to buy. Then the broker strikes a requisite deal and receives share certificate, and transfer form.All the traders are connected to exchange only through certified brokers. And it is brokers responsibility to check that the orders are placed with proper depts in traders’s account. Exchange will take from brokers deposit if any misplaced orders from their client, to solve the settlement with counter party.

  • : Trading of shares in a stock exchange takes place through Registered Stockbrokers, Transfer Agent etc. Buyer gets in touch with a Broker, and gives him all the details of shares he wants to buy. Then the broker strikes a requisite deal and receives share certificate, and transfer form. The role of a stock broker is to facilitate the buying and selling of stocks at the stock markets, on behalf of investors. The core function of an exchange is to ensure fair and orderly trading and the efficient dissemination of price information for any securities trading on that exchange. SEBI monitors and regulates the securities market and protects the interests of the investors by enforcing certain rules and regulations.
  • : All the traders are connected to exchange only through certified brokers. And it is brokers responsibility to check that the orders are placed with proper depts in traders’s account. Exchange will take from brokers deposit if any misplaced orders from their client, to solve the settlement with counter party.
  • : If one Trade with Knowledge and Discipline, Stock market trading can give you maximum return from your investment. With diligent investments at the right stocks at the right time you can earn profit that you can never expect from other investment options that are available.
  • : Yes it is possible to sell a share in National Stock Exchange that was bought in Bombay Stock Exchange and vice versa. But then there is a condition attached. You cannot sell the share in NSE if you have brought it on BSE in a single day. If you want to sell a share bought on BSE in NSE or vice versa, make sure you wait for the delivery of shares on your Demat account.
  • : The price that currently prevails at the exchange will only get executed even if the buyer quotes higher purchase price.
  • : The order needs to be placed using DEMAT account with the details on the share price, quantity and buy or sell order. This will be routed to exchange through broker. The order can be Limit Order(Executed when the meets the mentioned price), Market Order( Executed at the market Price) and Stop Loss Order(Executed when reached the mentioned threshold value) The order will be valid until 3.30PM of the trading day and all the remaining orders will get cancelled after that.
  • : Long: Long position is to buy the stocks first and then selling it later. Short: Sell the Stocks first (without having stocks in account) and then buy them before the final settlement. Short covering refers to buying back borrowed securities in order to close out an open short position at a profit or loss. It requires purchasing the same security that was initially sold short, and handing back the shares initially borrowed for the short sale. This type of transaction is referred to as buy to cover.
  • : Stock trading is a business if one Trade with Knowledge and Discipline.
  • : After a company goes public, and its shares start trading on a stock exchange, its share price is determined by supply and demand for its shares in the market. If there is a high demand for its shares due to favorable factors, the price will increase.
  • : As the name suggests, intraday trading involves entering into new positions after the opening of market and closing those positions on the same day before the market closes. In intraday, you are bound to close your position at the end of the trading day, no matter it ends in profit or loss. Positional trading has gained huge popularity in the recent times because it eliminates the biggest risk of Intraday trading which is to square off your position at the end of the trading session. Positional trading allows you to hold your positions as per the need for one or more days, weeks or months. The time frame is not fixed and can be selected based on the nature of the trade.
  • : Usually if one thinks that the market is going to be bearish he will sell the stock first and then buy it later when the price goes down to earn profit . If you sell stocks and couldn’t square off on the same day, resulting you’d default to deliver the shares on the prescribed settlement day (T+2). This default is called “Short Delivery”. The exchange has to buy stocks that are short in delivery at whatever price offered by the fresh sellers. This may cause an extra payment to acquire the shares which subsequently has to be borne by the person who defaults in making the delivery.
  • : A trading plan basically helps a trader to identify what are their expected outcomes, set realistic goals, understand their own risk profile, which in turn determines their trading strategy and style. This helps to eliminate emotional pitfalls that might be present when one is trading. A basic trading plan includes entry and exit rules, as well as risk management and position sizing rules.
  • : The stock price does not affect the company. The company drives the stock price. Price of the stock is a mere reflection of the company's performance. Zero-sum is a situation in game theory in which one person's gain is equivalent to another's loss, so the net change in wealth or benefit is zero. A zero-sum game may have as few as two players or as many as millions of participants.
  • : Can you explain long unwinding and short covering
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