WHY INVEST IN SHARE MARKET?
HOW TO INVEST IN SHARE MARKET.
WHAT ARE THE FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS TRADED IN A STOCK MARKET?
WHAT DOES THE SEBI DO?
Learn to Analyze.
HOW TO BUY AND SELL.
LONG POSITION AND SHORT POSITION.
INTRADAY AND POSITIONAL TRADING.
- : A stock broker is a mediator who enables buying and selling of stocks and securities in a stock exchange on behalf of financial institutions and firms. In stock market exchanges provide liquidity, which is critical in giving investors and market participants the ability to buy and sell securities at fair market value. SEBI's role is to protect the investor interests, promot and regulate the Indian securities markets. Role of bank in stock market is to give loans to businesses and individuals.They have also rights to invest in various capital markets as per RBI guidelines.
- : A counter party risk is a contract where parties agree to exchange cash flows based on the price of an underlying asset in this case shares or securities. So here stock exchange plays a role of counterparty for traders and companies to insure performance if one party fails to perform on its contractual obligations to ensure traders contracts. This arrangement allows investors to trade with confidence.
- : Stock market trading can give maximum return for the investment. With proper investments at the right stocks at the right time people can earn profit that can never expect from other investments.
- : If shares of a company listed in both the exchanges, you can sell it on one exchange and buy it back on a different exchange.
- : We can buy a stock with higher price compared to market price.
- : Types of orders are market orders, limit orders, and stop-loss orders. A market order is an order to buy or sell a security immediately. A buy limit order can only be executed at the limit price or lower, and a stop-loss orders can only be executed at the limit price or higher.
- : Selling the stock that is already bought is long unwinding. Buying a stock that has been already sold is Short covering.
- : Stock trading is a business not at all gambling.B'coz we are investing which gives profit which obviously becomes a business.
- : Once trading starts, share prices are largely determined by the forces of supply and demand.Stock exchanges like BSE and NSE have computer algorithms that determine the price of stocks on the basis of volume traded and these prices change at a very high speed and make most of the price-setting calculations.
- : Intraday trading means entering and exiting positions on the same day. Positional trading means entering a position on one day and exiting it a few days or later.
- : When traders anticipating that this price will drop in the near future, first they sell the stock at the market price and then buy it back within the market hour at a lower price. The price difference is the profit they earn). This is also called Short Selling.
- : Trading plans are meant to be well-thought-out and researched documents, written by the trader or investor, as a roadmap for what they need to do in order to profit from the markets. Its essential to make it an organized basis from which to achieve greater success.
- : The rise and fall of share price values affects a company's market capitalization and therefore its market value.