The stock market lets buyers and sellers negotiate prices and make trades. Companies list shares of their stock on an exchange through a process called an initial public offering, or IPO. Investors purchase those shares, which allows the company to raise money to grow its business

  • : It is the public market where buying and selling for shares or stocks take place.
  • : It helps individuals earn a profit on their income when they invest in the stock market and allows firms to spread their risks and receive large rewards
  • : srry i didnt understand the question which r u comparing to other markets???
  • : SEBI means Securities and Exchange Board of India its major role is to monitors the Indian capital and security of the market ensuring to protect the interests of the investors and also formulating regulations and guidelines
  • : Share holder : a person who holds atleast one share of a public or a private cooperation they also have right to sell the share there r holding. Promoter: r the one who promotes the stocks of a organization to the general public they also helps the organization to raise some investment activity. Director: they r the one responsible for execution or decision maker of the job he was given they do not have rights on the profits of the company
  • : Primary market : Its defined as the market in which securities r created for first-time investors.The prices in the primary market do not change, i.e., they are fixed Secondary market:It is defined as a place where the issued shares r traded among the prices changes a lot in the secondary market because of the demand and supply investors.
  • : IPO means Initial Public offer in which the company will call for public to support the funding for their business the process for applying a ipo is given below Demat account - To hold your shares Trading account - To sell your shares UPI ID - To block funds in your bank account
  • : NO they dont have the right to ask for refund.the share can only be traded one to another
  • : Investing refers to long-term buy-and-hold strategies that earn returns as the investment grows. Trading refers to the buying and selling not for a long time (for few days,months)
  • : face value:it is the original cost of the stock Dividend:it refers to a reward, cash or otherwise, that a company gives to its shareholders Bonus: they are additional shares given to the current shareholders without any additional cost Split:it is when a company divides the existing shares of its stock into multiple new shares to boost the stock's liquidity
  • : SENSEX :- It means Stock Exchannge Sensitivity Index which is a market index for bombay stock exchange it Calculate movement for BSE NIFTY:-National Stock Exchange Fifty and it is the index for national stock exchange
  • : NSE has more liquidity and it also offers Futures and options for stocks which increases liquidity which is the main reason my NSE is more popular than BSE
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