Stock Market is the place where the share of a particular listed company are traded between buyers and seller.

Primary Markets-Raising capital from public directly via advertising

Secondary markets-Raising capitals/investment from public via exchange of stocks Eg Stock Markets.SENSEX and NIFTY are Indices for Indian Stock Market

Initial Public offer is the selling of securities to the public.When an unlisted company makes either fresh issue of securities or an offer for sale of its existing securities

Investments are usually done on a longer time frame whereas Trading is done for a relatively shorter time period

Eg : You choose a stock and identify it has a potential to price rise and hold on fora year or so , then it becomes investment.

An example for Trading is Intraday trading where you buy and sell the stock on same day for a reasonable amount of profit/loss

  • : Stock Market is the place where the share of a particular listed company are traded between buyers and sellers
  • : Enables companies to raise capitals from public and it acts as a channel for reallocation of savings to investments
  • : Capital Market,Stock Market-Stock markets mainly deals with equity&shares whereas capital markets deals with both equities and debt transactions
  • : Securities and Exchange Board of India is a regulatory authority with powers for 1.Protecting the interests of investors 2.Promoting and regulating the securities market
  • : Promoter-One who promotes the business Director-One who runs the business and also invests a part of the company Shareholder-One who holds the share of a particular company
  • : Primary Markets-Raising capital from public directly via advertising Secondary markets-Raising capitals/investment from public via exchange of stocks Eg Stock Markets
  • : Initial Public offer is the selling of securities to the public.When an unlisted company makes either fresh issue of securities or an offer for sale of its existing securities
  • : Shareholders do not have the rights to as for dividends.The board of directors can choose to issue dividends over various time frames and with different payout rates. Dividends can be paid at a scheduled frequency, such as monthly, quarterly or annually
  • : Investments are usually done on a longer time frame whereas Trading is done for a relatively shorter time period Eg : You choose a stock and identify it has a potential to price rise and hold on fora year or so , then it becomes investment. An example for Trading is Intraday trading where you buy and sell the stock on same day for a reasonable amount of profit/loss
  • : Face Value is denomination of a stock price Dividend- Slight amount of profit which is shared by the company to investors as a token of appreciation A bonus issue is an additional share given to existing shareholders while stock split is same share divided into two or more as per the split ratio
  • : SENSEX and NIFTY are Indices for Indian Stock Market from which an idea of how the markets are performing can be derived
  • : BSE is Bombay Stock Exchange and NSE is National Stock Exchange 1.BSE has floor trading whereas NSE uses screen trading 2. NSE is more credible after Harshat Mehta Case 3.Direct participation of Investor in NSE and eliminated broker's monopoly
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