Stock Market

We will talk about a market which can make a person millionaire in a minute and can make billionaire into a millionaire in a minute :-).

To start the topic the share market is defined as the market in which shares debentures and commodity trading is done. This market was previously is defined and limited to a place (BSE in bombay now mumbai) and transactions were done in papers. Only people and companies registered with BSE were allowed to trading and it takes a week time to get a share purchased or sell out and get the money and it was really costly to transact due to lot of paper involved. Once NSE with help of IDBI and some financial institution with 25 crore was established the feeling of E-Trading start coming into the mind of people of SEBI. So the dematerilization process was created to avoid paper work and add more people who can transact sitting at home. For this purpose a Depository (The Exchange) have to have agents (Depository Participants) which will do trading on behalf of the people or the Depository can speak to directly and they take charges for this service from account holder Eg. Sharekhan, Indiainfoline, moneycontrol are hence been established by private parties to help more people involved into stock market. These DP have to get themselves registered in NSDL (National stock and derivatives. Depository Limited) the organisation to keep eye on these agents and frame rules for them.

If a customer wants to invest in shares he/she has to first get himself registered with any of the brokers and he can trade online on the brokers website also he/she can get the shares on papers be dematerialised by submitting with broker and post confirmation from the respective company regarding shares the same would be updated in demat account. The brokerage would be charged as per the deal with the customer and the guidelines of NSDL.

Tip forever to invest in shares is “read the complete report of the company prior investing and enter market only in bear market and shares which rise in bear market have strong base go with them,thirdly the diversify your portfolio and last but not least KEEP PATIENCE and be a DICIPLINED INVESTOR ”

Good Luck!the share market is defined as the market in which shares debentures and commodity trading is done. This market was previously is defined and limited to a place (BSE in bombay now mumbai) and transactions were done in papers. Only people and companies registered with BSE were allowed to trading and it takes a week time to get a share purchased or sell out and get the money and it was really costly to transact due to lot of paper involved. Once NSE with help of IDBI and some financial institution with 25 crore was established the feeling of E-Trading start coming into the mind of people of SEBI. So the dematerilization process was created to avoid paper work and add more people who can transact sitting at home. For this purpose a Depository (The Exchange) have to have agents (Depository Participants) which will do trading on behalf of the people or the Depository can speak to directly and they take charges for this service from account holder Eg. Sharekhan, Indiainfoline, moneycontrol are hence been established by private parties to help more people involved into stock market. These DP have to get themselves registered in NSDL (National stock and derivatives. Depository Limited) the organisation to keep eye on these agents and frame rules for them.

If a customer wants to invest in shares he/she has to first get himself registered with any of the brokers and he can trade online on the brokers website also he/she can get the shares on papers be dematerialised by submitting with broker and post confirmation from the respective company regarding shares the same would be updated in demat account. The brokerage would be charged as per the deal with the customer and the guidelines of NSDL.

Tip forever to invest in shares is “read the complete report of the company prior investing and enter market only in bear market and shares which rise in bear market have strong base go with them,thirdly the diversify your portfolio and last but not least KEEP PATIENCE and be a DICIPLINED INVESTOR ”

Good Luck!

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