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Title: Stock Market Basics for Beginners | Share Market


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Stock Market Basics For Beginners
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Stock Market for Beginners
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Agenda
  • Share market basics
  • Terminology
  • How to Trade
  • Practice on virtual terminal
  • Doubt clearing

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Share market basics
Share market Buying and selling of shares is
done
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Major Stock exchanges In India
  • NSE(National Stock Exchange)
  • It is the largest stock exchange in India in
    terms of daily turnover and number of trades, for
    both equities and derivative trading NSE.(900 to
    330)NIFTY
  • BSE( Bombay Stock Exchange)
  • It is the oldest stock exchange in Asia and has
    the largest number of listed stocks. It is
    located at Dalal Street, Mumbai.(900 to
    330)SENSEX
  • MCX(Multi Commodity Exchange of India Ltd.)
  • Silver ,Gold, Copper Natural Gas and Crude Oil
    (1000 to 1130) MCX

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  • Why to invest in stock market?
  • You want to maximise your returns.
  • You want to beat inflation.

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  • Why to invest in stock market?
  • Keep pace with inflation.
  • Reach your financial goals with the right mix of
    investments.

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  • Why to invest in stock market?
  • Reduce investing risk with a solid asset
    allocation strategy.
  • Reduce risk with a well-planned strategy for
    buying and selling stocks.

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  • Why to invest in stock market?
  • Use dollar-cost averaging to stay in the market
    when stock valuations are high.
  • High-frequency traders aren't hurting returns for
    regular investors.

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How to invest in stock market?
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Brokers
  • A broker is a party that mediates between a buyer
    and a seller.
  • A stock broker or stockbroker is a regulated
    professional broker who buys and sells shares and
    other securities through agency firms on behalf
    of investors.

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Renowned online stock brokers in India
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Demat account
  • The term Demat, in India, refers to a
    dematerialized account.
  • In a Demat account shares and securities are held
    in electronic form instead of taking actual
    possession of certificates.

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Index
  • Mirror of the market
  • How the top companies are performing
  • Calculated by assigning weights to specific
    securities.
  • Examples
  • Nifty 50 , Sensex , Bank Nifty, etc

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NIFTY 50 COMPANIES
1 MARUTI 11 RCOM 21 DRREDDY 31 CAIRN 41 HDFCBANK
2 BHEL 12 HINDUNILVR 22 JINDALSTEL 32 SIEMENS 42 TATASTEEL
3 DLF 13 ACC 23 SBIN 33 POWERGRID 43 RELINFRA
4 BHARTIARTL 14 WIPRO 24 AMBUJACEM 34 TATAPOWER 44 RELIANCE
5 ITC 15 HCLTECH 25 ONGC 35 IDFC 45 BPCL
6 GRASIM 16 MM 26 TATAMOTORS 36 SESAGOA 46 COALINDIA
7 ICICIBANK 17 BAJAJ-AUTO 27 LT 37 GAIL 47 KOTAKBANK
8 PNB 18 HDFC 28 JPASSOCIAT 38 RANBAXY 48 HEROMOTOCO
9 CIPLA 19 INFY 29 NTPC 39 AXISBANK 49 HINDALCO
10 RPOWER 20 SAIL 30 TCS 40 SUNPHARMA 50 STER
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Bull Market
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Bear Market
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How Does Trading Terminal Look Like ?
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Trading Terminologies
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Delivery Vs Day Trading
  • When you purchase stocks with the purpose to
    hold them for more than a day is termed as
    Delivery trading.
  • When you buy or sell stocks for intraday with an
    obligation to square off your position in the
    market on the same day is known as Day trading.

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Price
  • Last trading price
  • Open price
  • Close price
  • Day high
  • Day low
  • 52 week high/low

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Order Trade
  • Order Bids you are putting into terminal.
  • Trade Bids which are executed.

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Important Terms
  • Market Price
  • Limit Price
  • Margin
  • Short Selling
  • Short Covering
  • Stop Loss

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Basis of Trading
  • Fundamental basis
  • Analysing company accounts, business
    profitability by using ratios like EPS, PE, Book
    value to PE etc.
  • Technical basis
  • Analyzing the historical price movements on
    the charts for identifying patterns in share
    prices.

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Questions Answers
Thank you.
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  • 5 Ways Of Growing Money
  • Business
  • Real Estate
  • Give Loan To Some One
  • Invest In Bank, Post Office
  • Invest In Securities ( Share Market)

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