Share market; knowledge- ability to assess the risks and returns; discipline- taking rationale decisions, owner- partner-promoter-shareholder; profit, dividend, bonus shares, split shares, face value & share price of share, SEBI, BSE-SENSEX(oldest stock exchange in the Asia) , NSE-NIFTY(since1992).

  • : A place where the share holders and share seekers meet to get their exchange their shares in a digital platform.
  • : There should be a common platform where meeting of minds of people with share buying and selling can happen. And stock market does this job in a customised way.
  • : 1.Vegetable market, 2. Fish market, 3. Electronics market, 4. Share market.etc... similarities: 1. The buyer and seller of each category meet at their specified market. 2. Negotiations takes place between buyer and seller about the price and quantity. 3. After getting the agreed sum from the buyer, trade is accomplished. Differences: 1. product for sale is different in each case. 2. no regulators except share market. 3. the seller has to hand over the product, as soon as they receive money from the buyer at the market (physical settlement). In share market, you can sell a product which you don't even own, but it should be accomplished before the market closes by 3.30p.m (futute settlement). 4. in share market, your money for the shares will be credited within 2 days. In rest of the case, it is mostly on time basis(present day).
  • : SEBI acts as a regulator for the share market operations. It ensures the rightful buyer and seller meet at common place. It ensures the each other get their settlement done without fail. no cheating is possible. It ensures transparency. Demand and supply over the economy is reflected by SEBI, which forms the trustworthy platform.
  • : share holder is the person/company/an entity who owns a share or may be owner of the company. They have their rights to sell their share. promoter is the one who promoted the company when it is formed from the beginning. they can transfer their promoting power to another; advertising...etc.... Director is like captain of the ship. They may not be owner of the company. Usually the directors will have some share with them. They can exchange it in share market.
  • : Primary market: A specific company approaches public by way of ad or tender and seeks money from people. eg; IPO Secondary market: It is the share market where many company shares will be exchanged and traded in a more digitalized platform .
  • : IPO is called Initial Public Offering issued by the company for the 1st time after it is formed when it is in need of money to expand its business. IPO process: Step 1: Hiring Of An Underwriter Or Investment Bank. ... Step 2: Registration For IPO. ... Step 3: Verification by SEBI: ... Step 4: Making An Application To The Stock Exchange. ... Step 5: Creating a Buzz By Roadshows. ... Step 6: Pricing of IPO. ... Step 7: Allotment of Shares.
  • : NO. Share holder can neither ask for refund nor dividend. Share holder can only exchange their share.
  • : Investment is like putting your money into the business to progress and wait for the profit to make money. eg. Owner or partners of a company invest in the company when it is built. it may be money, machinery, manpower etc. Trading is selling your already existing share or buying the already existing shares from the exchange market by quoting common price. It's like bidding for the likeminded price to buy/sell the shares.
  • : face value is original cost of shares as per share certificate. dividend is the profit of the company shared between partners or shareholders of the company. Bonus shares are extra shares given to the present shareholders without any additional cost, based upon the number of shares that a shareholder owns. split- companies choose to split their shares so they can lower the trading price of their stock to a range deemed comfortable by most investors and increase the liquidity of the shares
  • : they are benchmark index values for measuring the overall performance of the stock market. SENSEX- Index of BSE. NIFTY- Index of NSE
  • : NSE established in 1992 and SEBI came with full power in the same year because after Harsad Mehata scam abbot of Investors and Retailers loose fain in Bombay Stock Exchange as there were some people having their influence similarly Ketan Parekh scam also busted in BSE in late 90s. Retail traders and investors were so scared they stop investing in market and Stock market became SATTA BAZAAR for them. In order to Restore the trust of People NSE came with some Digital trading platform which gives full transparency to participants also their modern platform became favorite of 90s people as we were transforming into Digital era. SEBI established SCORES for complaint in case of any fraud in made by Brokers or exchange. So people have more faith in NSE and their modern platform was so easy to adopt that why people participated more in NSE since then Volume is high and still High as compared to BSE.
  • : what is auction market by SEBI ?
  • : can u explain how going for short makes money?

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