The stock trading includes the stock exchange, broker, depositories and traders. All the activities are regulated by SEBI.
The stock exchange is the place where the brokers can purchase the shares by the orders placed by the traders and the money is kept in Depositories. The purchase of stock happens in primary and secondary market.
The share holder are owners of the company.
The company decides to go public when fund are required for business expansion through ipo. The shares purchased in IPO cannot be refunded and can be sold only in secondary market. The allotment of dividends or bonus can only be decided by company and the share holder has no rights.

  • : Stock market is common grounds where the seller and buyer can ask and bid prices of shares, which is regulated by SEBI
  • : The stock market is secondary market where the share holders can sell or buy stock .
  • : The major markets in India are BSE and NSE. The NSE and BSE are both stock exchanges, the nse has nifty index(MKT capitalization of 50 companies) whereas BSE has SENSEX(MKT capitalization of 30 companies).
  • : The SEBI is the regulatory and It regulates and governs the trading activities in stock exchanges.
  • : The share holders are owners of the company as they have invested money in the company. The promoter is the one who helps promoting the company helps the company to sell the ipo. The director is the one who runs the business and not necessarily the owner also he is elected by group of directors to run the company.
  • : The purchase of shares from company through ipo is called primary market and purchase through stock market is called secondary market.
  • : The ipo stands for initial public offer issued by company when funds are required for business. The company advertises through media and provides forms and online purchases options.
  • : No one the ipo is purchased the share holder cannot ask for refund nor can he ask for dividends. The share holder can sell the stock once the stock is listed in stock market. Also the dividends are provided only if the company decides to share the profit the share holder has no rights to ask for it.
  • : The investments are consider if its hold for a longer period of time. Whereas trading can be intraday or swing which ranges from 1 to 90 days.
  • : Facevalue-The value of individual share sold during ipo issue. Dividend-the profit shared among the share holder in cash. Bonus-The company provides extra share which cannot be sold. spilt-The company provides extra share without reducing existing share price.
  • : The sensex indices is used by BSE and NIFTY indices is used by NSE. The Nifty indices refers to top 50 companies traded in NSE whereas sensex indices used top 30 companies.
  • : The NSE has more trade volume and liquidity than BSE.
  • : While allocating Bonus what happens to share price?
1 Comment
  1. Naresh 1 month ago

    In response to your question

    Your Question 1 :: While allocating Bonus what happens to share price?
    The stock price will get adjusted according to the bonus number of share issued.

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