This kind of activity is good for recalling the contents of the worksho.

  • : A stock market, equity market or share market is the aggregation of buyers and sellers of stocks, which represent ownership claims on businesses; these may include securities listed on a public stock exchange, as well as stock that is only traded privately.
  • : The primary purpose of a stock market is to provide a structured and regulated exchange where investors can safely buy and sell shares of stock in a public corporation and where company owners can acquire equity investment.
  • : US market, asian market and others markets
  • : The SEBI is the regulatory authority in India established under Section 3 of SEBI Act to protect the interests of the investors in securities and to promote the development of, and to regulate, the securities market and for matters connected therewith and incidental thereto.
  • : Shares can be sold at any point in time by the share holder. Promoter is the one who promotes the business and raise the funds through IPOs. Director is the one responsible for business execution and decisions
  • : The prices in the primary market are fixed whereas the prices vary in the secondary market depending upon the demand and supply of the traded securities. In the primary market, the investor can purchase shares directly from the company. In Secondary Market, investors buy and sell the stocks and bonds among themselves
  • : The Initial Public Offering IPO Process is where a previously unlisted company sells new or existing securities. The issuing company creates these instruments for the express purpose of raising funds to further finance business activities and expansion. and offers them to the public for the first time.
  • : Once the Share is purchased the Share holder becomes a part of the owner of the company, however he do not have any rights to ask for refund or dividends from the company. If he want to monetize he can sell the shares in the secondary market.
  • : There is a huge difference between investing and trading. Investing entails building wealth gradually over an extended period of time through the buying and holding of stocks. Trading, on the other hand, involves more frequent buying and selling of stocks, with the goal of generating faster returns
  • : Bonus shares are benefited to existing shareholders while both existing shareholders and potential investors can benefit from stock split. ... The number of stocks will get double and the price will get adjusted, whereas in bonus face value remains the same but the price will get adjusted in proportion to bonus ratio.
  • : SENSEX is the stock market index for BSE Limited while Nifty is the stock market index for National Stock Exchange (NSE). 2) SENSEX is comprised of 30 stocks while Nifty is comprised of 50 stocks. 3) Sensex is Founded in 1986 whereas Nifty is founded in 1995
  • : NSE, despite having very few stocks listed as compared to gigantic BSE list, provides more liquidity for its stocks. This high liquidity is a plus point of NSE. NSE stocks provide more liquidity than BSE, thus a better choice for investors
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  1. Suresh Surulimuthu 3 years ago

    Good start. Keep going. All the best!!

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