Stock market is a place where buyer and seller meet to trade the shares of a company. List of markets i am aware of – Stock , commodity and vegetable markets. All these markets are similar. Stock market is regulated whereas vegetable market is not. Stock market does not require physical presence to buy/sell shares whereas vegetable market requires physical presence. SEBI stands for Securities and Exchange board of India. Its a regulatory body which monitors and regulates the stock market. SEBI is responsible for delivering the shares when I buy a stock.
Face value is the denomination, it will not say about the market value of the company. Dividend is profit sharing. Bonus and split are splitting the stocks to make it affordable. Investment is buying a stock for longer period of time like more than a year, for the returns to compound. Trading is buying/selling a stock for quick returns. Intraday, Swing, Futures and Options are examples for trading.

  • : Stock market is a place where buyer and seller meet to trade the shares of a company.
  • : Because to buy and sell shares. If I buy a share through IPO and decide to sell it after sometime, I cant return it to company, so I need buyers to transfer the ownership. Buyers and sellers meet in stock market to buy/sell what they already own (exception is shorting).
  • : List of markets I am aware of - Stock , commodity and vegetable markets. All these markets are similar. Stock market is regulated whereas vegetable market is not. Stock market does not require physical presence to buy/sell shares whereas vegetable market requires physical presence.
  • : SEBI stands for Securities and Exchange board of India. Its a regulatory body which monitors and regulates the stock market. SEBI is responsible for delivering the shares when I buy a stock.
  • : Share holder is the joint owner of the company who has some % of company's shares. Promoter is the one who has started the business. Director could be CEO of the company who is responsible for taking decisions.
  • : Primary market is the place where a buyer buys the companies shares for the first time (like IPO). Secondary market is the place where buyer and seller meet to "trade on already owned shares"
  • : Initial public offer. Through broker's IPO could be applied. Recent IPO which I was interested was Burger King IPO, it was issued between 02/12/2020 and 04/12/2020. Listed on NSE and BSE on 14/12/2020.
  • : No, share holders do not have the right to ask for refund/dividends. . Company would have invested the money on something or used for something.
  • : Investment is buying a stock for longer period of time like more than a year, for the returns to compound. Trading is buying/selling a stock for quick returns. Intraday, Swing, Futures and Options are examples for trading.
  • : Face value is the denomination, it will not say about the market value of the company. Dividend is profit sharing. Bonus and split are splitting the stocks to make it affordable.
  • : Sensex (BSE - Bombay stock exchange) is an index to show the performance of top 30 Indian companies. Nifty (NSE - National stock exchange) is an index to show the performance of top 50 Indian companies.
  • : Because NSE has derivative market. Retailers were able to trade in derivatives like NIFTY, BANKNIFTY etc.
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