stock trading takes place with government regulations and SEBI rules
buyers and sellers decide the stock price with respect to demand and supply

  • : Trading of shares in a stock exchange takes place through Registered Stockbrokers, Transfer Agent SEBI regulates rules and regulations in NSE and BSE Government authorities exercise oversight and have regulatory powers over a country's financial markets.
  • : All the traders are connected to exchange only through certified brokers. Exchange will take from brokers deposit if any misplaced orders from their client, to solve the settlement with counter party
  • : People choose stock trading as second source of income or a side hustle
  • : You cannot buy a stock on BSE and then sell it the same day in NSE or purchase it on NSE and sell the same day on BSE. Even if you try doing it, you incur a penalty of short selling which is you sold something you don't have and so are charged penalty
  • : even if you quote high price the order will get executed
  • : we have to place order by using Demat a/c type of order -1 market order - 2 limit order - 3 stop loss order validity of the order - till 3.30 of the day or the order gets cancelled
  • : If we buy a stock expecting the price of the share to go high then is said to be creating long position. On the contrary if we sell a stock expecting the price to go down it is called Short Position. Selling the stock that is already bought is long unwinding and Buying a stock that has been already sold is Short covering.
  • : It is a gambling if you don't know what you are doing it is a business if you what you are doing
  • : buyers and sellers decide the stock price with demand and supply of stock
  • : positional trading - if a stock is purchased and hold for days or weeks to sell to realize profit or loss.' Intraday trading - stock purchased and sold within 9;00 to 3:30
  • : Money can be made in the equities markets without actually owning any shares of stock. Short selling involves borrowing stock you do not own, selling the borrowed stock, and then buying and returning the stock only if and when the price drops
  • : we need a trade plan to execute a successful trade . a trader should know the risk and reward ,the risk should be lower and reward should be expected ; we should have a trade plan to choose correct instrument
  • : No. stocks are traded in the secondary market and benefit only the buyers and sellers of stocks. They have no impact on the functioning of a company.
1 Comment
  1. Naresh 1 year ago

    Good work.

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