Share market is where shares are either issued or traded in. A stock market is similar to a share market , a key difference is that a stock market helps you trade financial instruments like bonds, mutual funds, derivatives as well as shares of companies. The key factor is the stock exchange – the basic platform that provides the facilities used to trade company stock and other securities. It help us to decide the demand and supply of the company. SEBI has the responsibilities of both development and regulation of the market. NSE is the most popular trading platform as it has huge transparency in trading.

  • : Stock market is the place where the buyers can buy the shares and sellers can sell the shares of the companies .
  • : Stock market is needed for the companies to raise funds and to realize their growth needs.
  • : stock market, commodities markets. similarities: both helps in price discovery of securities / commodities traded. It also helps us to discover the demand of the product. differences: In stock market we will get the partial ownership of the corporation whereas in other market we will get the full ownership of the product.
  • : SEBI - securities exchange board of India. It is a statutory regulatory body entrusted with the responsibilities to regulate the Indian capital markets. It protects the interest of all stake holders.
  • : Promotors: An individual or a group of individual who have the largest/majority stake in the ownership of the company. Share holders: They owns the portion of stake in the company. Directors: They can be any person who may or may not be share holders of the company but usually they are very eminent persons who guide the company and its management in the growth journey of the company.
  • : Primary market is where an hitherto unlisted company goes public by offering share to the general public/institutions, secondary market is the place where shares of listed companies are traded.
  • : An initial public offering (IPO) refers to the process of offering shares of a private corporation to the public in a new stock issuance. An IPO allows a company to raise capital from public investors. Paras defence IPO IPO dates: Sep 21 to 23 price band: 165-175 each
  • : A dividend can only be paid from profits and, even if the company is profitable, there is no obligation on the directors to declare a dividend. Shareholders cannot vote to pay a dividend which is more than the directors have recommended
  • : Investing takes a long-term approach to the markets and often applies to such purposes as retirement accounts. Trading involves short-term strategies to maximize returns daily, monthly, or quarterly. intraday trading is a very good example of short term trading.
  • : Face value: has no relevance to the trader. It is the original value of the share as set by the company during the IPO process. Dividend: no relevance to the trader. It is distributed as a share of the portion of the profit to the share holders. Bonus: A bonus issue or shares is a stock issued by a company in lieu of cash dividends . shere holders can sell their shares to meet their liquidity needs if they want. bonus share increase the company's share capital but not its net assets. split: A stock split is the corporate action in which a company divides its existing share into multiple shares.
  • : Sensex, which stands for 'Stock Exchange Sensitive Index', is the stock market index for the Bombay Stock Exchange. It calculates the movement on BSE. Nifty stands for 'National Stock Exchange Fifty' and is the index for the National Stock Exchange.
  • : NSE became popular than BSE as it introduced derivatives i.e. Futures & Options in India. NSE revolutionized the trading industry by introducing electronic or screen-based trading in India. Electronic trading brought in huge transparency in the industry and hence gained great trust from the investors.
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