Need of stock market, broker and share exchange board are studied. Types of order, trading plan are covered. The reason beyond the share price hike is clarified.

  • : Your buy order is passed on to the exchange by the broker, where it is matched for a sell order for the same. The exchange takes place when the seller and the buyer agree upon a price and finalize it; the order is then considered confirmed. The exchange then facilitates the transfer of ownership of the shares which is known as Settlement. You receive a message once this takes place. This communication of this message involves multiple parties like the brokerage order department, the exchange floor traders, etc.
  • : All the traders are connected to exchange only through certified brokers. The exchange will take broker deposit if any misplaced orders from their client, to solve the settlement with counter party.
  • : Stock market trading can give you maximum return from your investment. With diligent investments at the right stocks at the right time you can earn profit that you can never expect from other investment options that are available.
  • : 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 a 20 % penalty.
  • : The price that currently prevails at the exchange will only get executed even if the buyer quotes higher purchase price
  • : Validity has two options available as of now. You can make it Day or IOC. Day means the order is valid for the whole day and if there's a matching order it will be executed. IOC means “immediate or cancel” - if this is chosen, the order will be executed immediately or canceled if there is no match
  • : Selling the stock that is already bought is long unwinding and Buying a stock that has been already sold is Short covering. .Long Unwinding: Close out position of Long, i.e Selling the stocks to exit the long position. Short Covering: Close out position of Short, i.e Buying back the stocks to exit the short position.
  • : We invest money on share trading expecting to get profits. When something is done in investing and if it gives a profit, it obviously becomes a business. So, share trading is a business not at all gambling.
  • : The prices in the stock market are driven by supply and demand.When a stock is sold, a buyer and seller exchange money for share ownership. The price for which the stock is purchased becomes the new market price
  • : Positional trading refers to holding the shares for a long time. Intraday trading refers to the purchase and sale of shares within the market day
  • : Firstly, you can actually short sell in the cash market. Here you have to be careful that you can only short sell Intraday. That means if you sell a stock in the morning and you cannot give delivery then you need to necessarily cover your position (buy it back) before end of trade on the same day.
  • : A solid trading plan considers the trader's personal style and goals. Knowing when to exit a trade is just as important as knowing when to enter the position. Stop-loss prices and profit targets should be added to the trading plan to identify specific exit points for each trade.
  • : Zero-sum is a situation in game theory in which one person's gain is equivalent to another's loss, so the net change in wealth or benefit is zero. A company's stock price reflects an investor perception of its ability to earn and grow its profits in the future. If shareholders are happy, and the company is doing well, as reflected by its share price, the management would likely remain and receive increases in compensation.
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  1. Naresh 1 year ago

    Nice work!

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