Faq - The Share Market

Share market is a place where shares of public listed companies are traded. NSE (National Stock exchange) and BSE (Bombay Stock Exchange), these are two major exchanges in India that regulated by SEBI (Securities and exchange board of India) you can start investing or trading for that you also have to open a Demat account and trading account with the broker. You can open a Demat account with a simple process and after that linking your account with your bank account; you can start your investment journey.

A stock exchange is a secure place where trading is done in a systematic way. The stock exchange is an important factor in the capital market. Benefits of listing with stock exchange-1.Increased value

  1. Accessing capital
  2. Collateral value
  3. Liquidity
  4. Fair price

Investment method- Stock exchange of India through below mentioned two ways-

Primary Market- A Market where firm floats their new stock options and bonds for the general public to acquire.

Secondary Market-This market also known as the stock market also acts as a trading platform for investors.

A share is a single unit of ownership in a financial asset. People who own shares in a company are called shareholders.

It is an actual number of shares traded of that particular company within a specific set period of time.

A dividend is defined as a payment made by a corporation to its stockholders. A company dividend is decided by its board of directors and it requires shareholder approval.

When you put your money in the share market, you expect more than you put in. This is called a positive return. If you get back less than you put in, it is called a negative return. The return depends on many factors these are below mentioned: Price changes: when you buy a share of stock you get it at a specific price per share. Yield: If you own a dividend-paying stock, the money you receive is called yield. Total Positive Return-If you had a profit on the stock and a dividend so add the percentage of the profit to the percentage the dividend paid. Total Negative Return-If you had a loss instead of profit, subtract the percentage from the dividend percentage.

A beta of an asset is the volatility of that asset in relation to the broad movement of the market.

  1. NSE is the biggest stock exchange in India,
  2. BSE is the oldest stock
  3. The BSE was established in 1875,
  4. The NSE was established in 1992.
  5. The benchmark index for the NSE is the Nifty,
  6. The BSE is Sensex.BSE promotes trading in equity, debt instruments, mutual funds, currencies derivatives,
  7. The NSE promotes trading equity, equity derivatives, and debt and currency derivatives.
  8. Reference website for BSE iswww.bseindia.com .
  9. Reference website for NSE is www.nseindia.com.
  10. Both are an important part of the Indian capital market.

Portfolio management is a process of many activities that aim at optimizing the investment. There are five phases can be identified under portfolio management

  1. Security Analysis
  2. Portfolio Analysis
  3. Portfolio Selection
  4. Portfolio Revision
  5. Portfolio Evaluation

Each phase is essential and the success of each phase depends upon the efficiency in carrying out each phase.

It is an instrument whose value is derived from the value of one or more which can be commodities, precious metals, currency bonds, stocks. Common examples of derivatives are forward, Futures, Options, and swap, etc.

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Sensex index is the benchmark index of the Bombay Stock Exchange in India. Sensex comprises 30of the largest and most active traded stocks on the BSE. It tracks the movement of stock prices on the exchange and functions as an indicator.