Learnt about the Basics of Stock Market, IPO, Primary & Secondary Market and other Basic Terms in Stock Market.

  • : It is a secondary market, where stocks are transferred or exchanged.
  • : From an investor perspective, it is not possible for a company to refund the investors money if he wants it back. So, to exchange an investors share or to trade his shares, we need a stock market.
  • : Vegetable Market, Fish Market, Electronic Market, Jewellery Market. Similiarities - They all deal with trading, exchaging, etc Differences - the product is the difference
  • : Securities and Exchange Board of India. It monitors and regulates the stock market and protects the interests of the investors by enforcing certain rules and regulations.
  • : Share holder - Owner of the company Promoter - Promoted the company from the base and need not be part of the company now Director - They run the show, captain of the ship and also they have a share in the company usually.
  • : Primanry Market - Where companies sell their shares to the public for the first time through IPO The secondary market is basically the stock market and refers to the NSE, BSE, etc. where the shares are traded by the investors.
  • : IPO - Initial Public Offer Process for Applying IPO * Login to your trading platform and select the desired issue (company) in the Current IPO section. * Enter the Number of lots and price at which you wish to apply for. * Enter your UPI ID and click on submit. With this your bid will be placed with the exchange. * You will receive a notification to block funds in your UPI app. Approve the block request. * Upon the successful approval, the required amount will be blocked in your bank account. * On allotment, the blocked amount will be deducted from your bank account and shares are credited into your Demat account. Any extra amount to the extent of shares applied but not allotted, will be unblocked by your bank. Recently Listed IPO - LIC Issue Date: May 4, 2022 to May 9, 2022 Subscription Status: LIC IPO has been subscribed 2.91 times, receiving bids for 47.17 crore equity shares against IPO size of 16.2 crore equity shares. Listing Date: May 7 2022
  • : The share holder does not have any rights to ask for refund or dividends from the company. If he want to monetize, he can sell the shares in the stock market.
  • : Investments often are held for a period of years, or even decades, taking advantage of perks like interest, dividends, and stock splits along the way. Whereas Trading involves more frequent transactions, such as the buying and selling of stocks, commodities, currency pairs, or other instruments. The focus of traders and investors is also different. Traders often focus on which direction the stock will move next and how the trader can profit from that move. Investors study a company’s potential for long-term growth or value.
  • : Face Value - It is the denomination the original cost of the stock, as listed on the certificate. Dividend - Any profit that we make out of the company will be shared back to the share holders Bonus - existing shareholders get extra shares in a certain proportion. Split - A stock split happens when a company increases the number of its shares to boost the stock's liquidity.
  • : The average performance of 50 top company in NSE will reflect as NIFTY The average performance of 30 top company in BSE will reflect as SENSEX
  • : NSE has more liquidity than BSE, which makes it a better choice. More liquidity makes trading easy, and there are more opportunities to convert stocks into money. Other stock exchanges are Calcutta Stock Exchange, Metropolitan Stock Exchange
  • : How is Share Market different from Stock Market?

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