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  • : Broker: Stock broker is a professional individual who executes buy and sell orders for stocks and other securities through a stock market, or over the counter, for a fee or commission. Stockbrokers are usually associated with a brokerage firm and handle transactions for retail and institutional customers. SEBI: SEBI plays an important role in regulating all the players operating in the Indian capital markets. It attempts to protect the interest of investors and aims at developing the capital markets by enforcing various rules and regulations. Exchange: A stock exchange is an organised and well-regulated financial market place where generally shares, ETFs and bonds of different companies are bought and sold at prices governed by the market forces of demand and supply. It is a secondary market where shares are traded on premium between buyers (investors) and sellers through SEBI registered stockbrokers. Bank: Banks are being used for money transfers - demat accounts
  • : Counterparty risk is the likelihood or probability that one of those involved in a transaction might default on its contractual obligation. Counterparty risk can exist in credit, investment, and trading transactions. In stock trading stock exchanges eliminating this by keeping some minimum caution deposits from traders through brokers
  • : For earning money
  • : Yes.But with charges..
  • : Will be in queue based on the price denomination. For example Share 'X' is being sold at 99.05Rs, you are quoting for 112.00. Now trading system will push you to the queue where you will be standing between 112.05 and 111.95RS
  • : In a trading account we can instruct our broker to buy a stock or we can call them to buy We have two type or orders: 1.A market order is an order to buy or sell a security immediately.2.A limit order is an order to buy or sell a security at a specific price or better. Validity or order is one day.
  • : Long: buying a stock Short: selling a stock Long unwinding: selling the bought orders Short covering: Buying the sold stocks back
  • : If we trade with out knowledge it is a gambling & if we have enough knowledge to do the trading then it is becoming a business
  • : Demand and supply is deciding the price of stock. If a stock is having more demand then its price is going up. If a stock is having less demand then its price is going down
  • : A position trader is a type of trader who holds a position in an asset for a long period of time. ... The main feature of day trading is that the purchasing and selling of securities occur within the same trading day.
  • : If one thinks the price of a stock is about to going down, he/she dont have the stocks in hand but want to make profit. So he/she can sell the stocks at higher price and can sell at lower prices, the prices difference will be the earning
  • : A basic trading plan includes entry and exit rules, as well as risk management and position sizing rules. The trader may add additional rules at their discretion to control when and how they trade. The trading plan outlines not only what to do to get into positions, but also states when to get out. To minimize the loss we should have a trading plan
  • : Stock prices will not affect a company in any way.. Zero sum game: . With any stock trade, one side wins, because it buys the stock that increases in price, or because it sells one that declines. The other side loses, by the same amount. In total, the stock market's collective trades amount to nothing at all
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  1. Naresh 3 years ago

    Good start… Hope this helped you to recollect the workshop content

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