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All you wanted to know about the share market in India

The Indian stock market is making investors curious. Each day, a new set of investors want to know how the stock market runs and how they can make money from trading in shares. As a result, the share market in India is becoming big. Over the years, the India share market has emerged as one of the biggest in terms of trades and volumes. With households directly and indirectly preferring stocks as an investment, there is a steady stream of money that is entering the Indian share bazaar. Let us take a look at some of the important topics related to the share market.

We will first answer some of the mostly commonly asked questions about share market in India. These will give you a fair idea about what the stock market is all about.

The stock market is a share market. The Mumbai share market is the biggest hotspot for stock trading. The share market is a source for companies and firms to raise funds. For investors, the share market gives an opportunity buy part-ownership in growing businesses. If the underlying company grows, the stock price reflects it. Thus, investors can buy a stock at low price and sell it when the price goes higher. Investors, depending upon their stance, can be sellers or buyers of a stock. What is share meaning? A share gives you part-ownership of a company and the value of a share changes depending upon the fundamentals of the company.

A cash market is a marketplace for the immediate settlement of transactions. So, a in a cash market, the exchange of shares or stocks between the seller and the buyer takes place in the present. Online share trading allows you to deal in the cash market.

In the futures market, the exchange of securities takes place on a specified future date. A futures contract allows you to buy or sell an underlying stock or index at a price on a future date. An options contract gives the buyer/seller the right, but not the obligation, to deal in underlying shares or index in the future.

In the context of a single stock trades, 'volume' is commonly reported as the number of shares that changed hands during a given day. So if 5000 shares were traded on a day, the volume was 5000. Every trading session, crores of share change hands and thus contribute to daily volumes of the day. There are shares that see huge increase in volumes, and there are others that see drop.

Delivery based trading involved buying shares and holding them for certain period of time. The shares you bought will be in your Demat account. Once you take delivery of shares , you can hold them as long as you want. There is no limit. You don't need to submit any margin to buy shares in delivery.

The BSE is short form for Bombay Stock Exchange. It is one of the share bazars in India. The NSE is short form of National Stock Exchange. The BSE is the older stock exchange. The NSE is famous for being a marketplace for futures and options trading. NSE is more famous among the two exchanges for derivatives trading.

The NSE NIFTY 50 index is National Stock Exchange's index. The index is comprised of 50 stocks. The NSE Nifty is one among the many indices of that exchange.

Online trading is simply buying and selling of shares through a brokerage's internet-based proprietary platform. You can simply open the website from your home and trade in stocks/shares. You do not need to visit the broker office, and can trade at the comfort of your home without any complications.

These days there are many share market apps. These apps give share market tips, allow you to do share trading and access all information required to be an active player in the online share market. 'Beyond' is the mobile trading application by Nirmal Bang. You can check it on Google Play.

Next, we will explain to you how some of the important process behind the share market in India work. These will help you answer some of the most frequently asked queries.

A person cannot go directly to the stock market to buy or sell shares. The buying and selling of shares has to be done through registered brokers like Nirmal Bang. In order to be able to invest in share market in India, you need to open accounts with the broker and then do trading. The share market is a regulated marketplace and every activity is monitored. If you are online, download the account opening form by going to the broker’s website.

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To open a demat account, you need to follow simple steps

  • Select the Depository Participant (NSDL or CDSL) you want to demat account with. Most brokerages offer the service.
  • Then, fill up an account opening form by putting the correct details.
  • After this step, submit the form along with copies of the required documents. You will also need to give passport-sized photographs.

After verification of the documents and the applicant, account will be opened. These days, everybody uses the online share market to do trading.

All top share brokers allow investors to apply for IPO online.

  • The first step is to choose the IPO that you wish to apply for.
  • Then, check if you required money to apply for IPO. You can use your savings to invest in the IPO.
  • A demat account is a must to apply for an IPO. You can apply for an IPO through your trading account or bank account.
  • If you get allotment in IPO, you will receive the shares in due time.

IPO online application is part of the online share market. You can check out the upcoming IPO issues.

If you want to know the share market status today, you will need to access information and share market news regularly.

The information related to online share market is updated every few seconds during trading hours i.e. 9.15 am to 330 pm. You can get information on share market by using a share bazaar app. Separately, stock exchanges BSE and NSE also display share market information online on their respective websites.

You can find details and information about the top winner share today and the top loser share today. You can call and ask your share broker about those details as well.

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