A stock market is similar to a share market. The key factor is the stock exchange the basic platform that provides the facilities used to trade company stocks and other securities. A stock may be bought or sold only if it is listed on an exchange. Thus, it is the meeting place of the stock buyers and sellers.

  • : Stock trading take place with help of many people or groups such as brokers,SEBI,bank and government. Brokers - They actually exceute the transactions of buying and selling of stocks behalf of their clients. SEBI - They actually organise and run the show behalf of companies and people. Exchange - It is a place where shares of pubic listed companies are traded.A stock exchange facilitates stock brokers to trade company stocks and other securities. Government - They monitor the role of companies participation and maintain the decorum of trade.
  • : Stock exchange collects sufficient funds from registered brokers through which they ensure the settlements are done to avoid counter party risk. Counterparty risk can exist in credit, investment, and trading transactions.
  • : Because stock trading can make you a easy money by learning and know about what's happening you can invest a little and earn more. That's why people choose stock trading.
  • : Yes we can buy a stock from BSE and sell it on NSE. Because there will be no much of price difference in NSE and BSE.
  • : If someone quote high price to buy a stock than its current market price soon or later the price of the particular stock will rise up.
  • : we can place our orders with the help of brokers or online trading. There are two types of orders buy order and sell order. Validity is upto the buyer and sellers concern. they can decide to sell and buy the order.
  • : 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.
  • : Stock trading is a business but it on their own point of view. If a expected risk is higher than the return it is gambling. If a expected risk is lower than the return it is business.
  • : Buyer or seller decides the stock price. If a buyers is decided to buy a stock for Rs.10 that's a stock price or if a sellers decided to sell a stock at Rs.5 that's a stock price.
  • : Intraday trading refers to entering and exiting positions on the same day. It is aimed at capturing very small moves, typically 1 percent or less. On the other hand, positional trading involves entering a position on one day and exiting it a few days or weeks later.
  • : If a traders sell a stock which was not in their account they should have bought a that particular stock before the market closes or before that stock get add up in your demat account. If you failed to do that you will be charged penalty from a broker or third party app.
  • : A trading plan outlines how a trader will find and execute trades, including under what conditions they will buy and sell securities, how large of a position they will take, how they will manage positions while in them, what securities can be traded, and other rules for when to trade and when not to.
  • : No stock price will not affect the monetary aspects of the company but some good or bad news related to company will affect the stock price of that company in market.
  • : What's your choice on safer side options, future or intraday ?
1 Comment
  1. Naresh 3 months ago

    Hi,
    In response to your question

    Your Question 1 :: What’s your choice on safer side options, future or intraday ?
    I would like to say that every segment is known to carry varied form of risk. Every segment has its own pros & cons. And your profits or losses will also gets affected depending on the strategy you adopted.

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