Stock markets can’t provide a fixed, stable income to investors. Markets don’t run on simple mathematics and are very complex. They function irrationally and are affected by a lot of factors. Markets are volatile and flexible. Money can be made and lost at the same time and there is no possibility of earning a fixed … Continue reading Can I make a consistent income from the market?
When investing in the stock market, one can start off with an amount as low as Rs 500. But there are certain companies that offer shares at rates starting from Rs 20. So, if you buy one share for Rs 20, you can start with off with it. Deciding the amount The amount that … Continue reading How much money should I start with?
There are two very common misconceptions when it comes to stock market investments. People feel they can quickly make a lot of money and lose it very quickly as well. Both of these views are extreme and not entirely true. It’s true that people do make a lot of profits and do incur losses in … Continue reading How much money can be made and when?
When dealing in the share market, you need to go via a broker. A broker is an entity that helps you buy and sell shares in the stock market. Why a broker? The government and SEBI have made brokers a compulsory part of all transactions in the stock market. This is because not every individual … Continue reading Who is a broker? How to choose a good broker?
For buying and selling shares, you need 3 types of accounts. Money comes from the bank account to the trading account, which is then used to purchase shares from the stock market and the shares are transferred to the demat account. An individual can have as many trading accounts as they want. Bank Account This provides … Continue reading How does buying and selling of shares take place?
Stock Market A stock exchange is a place where buying and selling of shares take place. It is a secondary market, i.e here you're buying shares'second hand'from a shareholder and not directly from a company. Auction Market It is an open marketplace where buyers and sellers of shares meet, to transact on an agreeable price It's an … Continue reading What is a stock market/stock exchange?
There are 3 ways in which one can buy shares: IPO Here, a company releases a fixed number of shares into the market for a limited amount of time for people to buy. This allows people to place their bids and buy shares directly from the company. When these shares are sold in the market … Continue reading How to buy shares?
IPO stands for Initial Public Offering. When a company offers its shares to the public for the first time, it's called an IPO. Investment Banker When a company decides to go public, it hires an Investment Banker. These are individuals who come on board to evaluate the company and formulate its net worth. This helps … Continue reading What is an IPO?
Every business organization needs money (capital) for functioning. Funds are required to increase the business capacity, keep it running and expand the business over a period of time. Companies can raise funds in two ways: Debt and utilization of their ownership (equity). Debt Debts are provided by banks and individuals. Banks provide loans in return … Continue reading What is a share?
In Thor :Ragnarok, Thor might have lost his hammer but NIFTY gained its bullishness powers by making a a striking Bullish Hammer of its own. Perfectly placed on the 10200-10150 support zone this is an excellent opportunity for a bullish play. As explained in our Technical Analysis course this is a Staple trading pattern for Short … Continue reading NIFTY_Weekly_Analysis 20-11-2017 Bullish Hammer-Thor: Ragnarok!!