Co. needs capital to start or expand the business.

And so, companies invite normal people like you and me to put some money in their company so that they can run it efficiently and in return investors get a share of
whatever profit they make.

Co. issues IPO As per SEBI guidelines.

Once cash received by co. the co. issues certificates called shares.

  • : It is a place where shares of pubic listed companies are traded
  • : It allows companies to raise money by offering stock shares and corporate bonds.
  • : similarities and differences from other markets? no idea
  • : SEBI is a statutory regulatory body . It monitors and regulates the Indian capital and securities market.
  • : Promoters and directors the owners of the company and have the right in profits of company. A shareholder invests capital in the business and becoming part owner.
  • : Primary market is where securities are created, while the secondary market is where those securities are traded by investors.
  • : IPO mean the first sale of a company’s stock to the general public,
  • : yes.
  • : Investment is a long-term approach to the markets.Otherway Trading involves short-term approach/strategies to maximize returns daily, monthly, or quarterly.
  • : Face value is a financial term used to describe the nominal value of a security, as stated by its issuer. Dividend refers to a reward, cash that a company gives to its shareholders.44 Bonus shares are additional shares given to the current shareholders without any additional cost. A stock split is a decision by a company's board of directors to increase the number of shares that are outstanding by issuing more shares to current shareholders.
  • : Sensex and Nifty are broad market indices and benchmarks of the equity market.
  • : NSE stocks provide more liquidity than BSE, thus a better choice for investors
  • : similarities and differences from other markets? Mean ?
  1. Suresh Surulimuthu 8 months ago

    @sanjay72 Could you please recheck your answer for “Can share holder has right to ask for refund / can he ask for dividends?”
    Actually the shareholder has no right to ask for refund / dividends from the company. The money invested on business cannot be refunded, because the money has already been invested in the business.
    The management (Board of directors) who runs the business may propose the dividends that shall be approved by shareholders.

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    Sanjaya Kumar Pradhan 8 months ago

    Thank You Suresh.

    Its more clear now.

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