choosing a stock, placing an order, broker, trading, long- long winding, short- short covering, counter party risk.

  • : SEBI is the head which regulates stock market exchange. exchange acts as a common place which invites stock buyers and sellers. those stock buyers and sellers are guided via brokers registered under exchange. After successful trading , money is credited in your bank account within 2 days. as everything is digitalized govt. will get to know what is happening around for levying tax.
  • : exchange is held responsible for the trade happened and it should settle it at the end of the day. to avoid this, brokers where introduced. brokers give us a call to buy/ sell and tells us to keep sufficient funds.
  • : more transparent and digital platform with proper regulatory framework which assures your money back. it is obvious that righfull risks are rewarded here!
  • : yes. but the same share will have price difference between NSE&BSE. and share price will be credited after 2days in each case. it will become a mess when your balance is left with no shares.
  • : you will be posted at the top of the queue. but trade will be made only when the seller wishes to sell same the price which you quote.
  • : order is placed via brokers platform. there are buy order and sell order. you have bid for the desired price and required quantity. an order is valid till the trade is made out at the end of the day or till you change the order value.
  • : long is maintaining the bullish buy order for a particular time period to make profit. long unwinding is selling/ cutting off our long order. short is buying a bearish order and sell it later to make profit. the point of selling the bearish order is short covering.
  • : trading- a business=when trading is made out with knowledge and discipline. trading- a gamble= when it is made out without any study or in haphazard way to experience a temporary pleasure.
  • : stock price is decided by the buyers and sellers of the stock as per the demand and supply over the prevailing market.
  • : positional trading is holding the stock for a long time expecting a bullish view. intraday trading is buying and selling out a stock mostly on the same day.
  • : it happens to make money out of bearish view. sell a bearish share at the earliest and buying it later at a much cheaper price. if you fail to buy before market closure, then exchange will go for market auction.
  • : trade plan is the ability to ascertain the risk and reward as per the demand and supply over the market. Market analysis is important to make where to enter and fix target to make profit and indentifying stoploss to minimise the loss.
  • : yes. when demand is high people go for long, it indicates the trust of the company=> bullish view. when a company share is in constant bearish view, it indicates something is wrong with the company, and people will lose trust in the company and won't go for trade.
  • : what is zero sum game? how it affects a company?
2 Comments
  1. Naresh 7 months ago

    Hi,
    Zero-sum is the term used to denote a situation in which the gain of someone is the exact loss of someone else (Usually the opposition party or the opponent), such that the net is zero.

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    Devi Sampath 7 months ago

    thank you.

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