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WHAT IS THE STOCK MARKET ???

The term “stock market” often refers to one of the major stock market indexes, such as the Dow Jones Industrial Average or the S&P 500. Because it’s hard to track every single stock, these indexes include a section of the stock market and their performance is viewed as representative of the entire market.

You might see a news headline that says the stock market has moved lower, or that the stock market closed up or down for the day. Most often, this means stock market indexes have moved up or down, meaning the stocks within the index have either gained or lost value as a whole. Investors who buy and sell stocks hope to turn a profit through this movement in stock prices.

HOW DOE'S THE STOCK MARKET WORK'S ???

The concept behind how the stock market works is pretty simple. Operating much like an auction house, the stock market enables buyers and sellers to negotiate prices and make trades.

The stock market works through a network of exchanges — you may have heard of the New York Stock Exchange or the Nasdaq. Companies list shares of their stock on an exchange — often to raise money to grow their business — and investors purchase those shares. Investors then buy and sell these stocks among themselves, and the exchange tracks the supply and demand of each listed stock.

That supply and demand help determine the price for each security, or the levels at which stock market participants — investors and traders — are willing to buy or sell. Computer algorithms generally do most of those calculations.

Buyers offer a “bid,” or the highest amount they’re willing to pay, which is usually lower than the amount sellers “ask” for in exchange. This difference is called the bid-ask spread. For a trade to occur, a buyer needs to increase his price or a seller needs to decrease hers.

WHY DO WE INVEST IN STOCK MARKET ???

To make sure we have enough funds to be prepared for the future. Simply earning and saving is not enough. Inflation – the price-rise beast – eats into the value of your money. Investing is the answer to inflation. Read more about the difference between savings and investing and how investing can help you beat the inflation monster.


To make up for the loss through inflation, we invest and earn extra. This is the investment fundament. The stock market is one such investment avenue. It has a history that goes way back to the 1800s.

TYPES OF STOCK MARKET ???

THERE ARE TWO KINDS OF SHARE MARKETS – PRIMARY AND SECOND MARKETS.


Primary Market:

 

This where a company gets registered to issue a certain amount of shares and raise money. This is also called getting listed in a stock exchange.

A company enters primary markets to raise capital. If the company is selling shares for the first time, it is called an Initial Public Offering (IPO). The company thus becomes public. 

 

Secondary Market:


Once new securities have been sold in the primary market, these shares are traded in the secondary market. This is to offer a chance for investors to exit an investment and sell the shares. Secondary market transactions are referred to trades where one investor buys shares from another investor at the prevailing market price or at whatever price the two parties agree upon.


Normally, investors conduct such transactions using an intermediary such as a broker, who facilitates the process. Different brokers offer different plans. 

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CAPITAL MARKET INTRODUCTION

The market where investment instruments like bonds and equities are traded is known as the capital market.  

The primal role of this market is to make investment from investors who have surplus funds to the ones who are running a deficit.

 The capital market offers both long term and overnight funds. 

The  different types of financial instruments that are traded in the capital markets are:         

  1.  Equity instruments         
  2.  Insurance instruments,          
  3.  Foreign exchange instruments,          
  4.  Hybrid instruments 

NATURE OF CAPITAL MARKET

The nature of capital market is brought out by the following facts: 

  1.  It Has Two Segments 
  2.  It Deals In Long-Term Securities 
  3.  It Performs Trade-off Function 
  4.  It Creates Dispersion In Business Ownership 
  5.  It Helps In Capital Formation 
  6.  It Helps In Creating Liquidity

TYPES OF CAPITAL MARKET

There are two types of capital market:

 1.  Primary market,

 2.  Secondary market

EQUITY DERIVATIVE MARKET

One of the most significant events in the securities markets has been the development and expansion of financial derivatives. The term “derivatives” is used to refer to financial instruments which derive their value from some underlying assets. The underlying assets could be equities (shares), debt (bonds, T-bills, and notes), currencies, and even indices of these various assets, such as the Nifty 50 Index. Derivatives derive their names from their respective underlying asset.  Thus if a derivative’s underlying asset is equity, it is called equity derivative and so on. Derivatives can be traded either on a regulated exchange, such as the NSE or off the exchanges, i.e., directly between the different parties, which is called “over-the-counter” (OTC) trading. (In India only exchange traded equity derivatives are permitted under the law.) The basic purpose of derivatives is to transfer the price risk (inherent in fluctuations of the asset prices) from one party to another; they facilitate the allocation of risk to those who are willing to take it. In so doing, derivatives help mitigate the risk arising from the future uncertainty of prices. For example, on November 1, 2009 a rice farmer may wish to sell his harvest at a future date (say January 1, 2010) for a pre-determined fixed price to eliminate the risk of change in prices by that date. Such a transaction is an example of a derivatives contract. The price of this derivative is driven by the spot price of rice which is the “underlying”. 

ORIGIN OF DERIVATIVES MARKET

While trading in derivatives products has grown tremendously in recent times, the earliest evidence of these types of instruments can be traced back to ancient Greece. Even though derivatives have been in existence in some form or the other since ancient times, the advent of modern day derivatives contracts is attributed to farmers’ need to protect themselves against a decline in crop prices due to various economic and environmental factors. Thus, derivatives contracts initially developed in commodities. The first “futures” contracts can be traced to the Yodoya rice market in Osaka, Japan around 1650. The farmers were afraid of rice prices falling in the future at the time of harvesting. To lock in a price (that is, to sell the rice at a predetermined fixed price in the future), the farmers entered into contracts with the buyers. These were evidently standardized contracts, much like today’s futures contracts.  

In 1848, the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) was established to facilitate trading of forward contracts on various commodities. From then on, futures contracts on commodities have remained more or less in the same form, as we know them today.

 While the basics of derivatives are the same for all assets such as equities, bonds, currencies, and commodities, we will focus on derivatives in the equity markets and all examples that we discuss will use stocks and index (basket of stocks).

DERIVATIVES IN INDIA MARKET

In India, derivatives markets have been functioning since the nineteenth century, with organized trading in cotton through the establishment of the Cotton Trade Association in 1875. Derivatives, as exchange traded financial instruments were introduced in India in June 2000. The National Stock Exchange (NSE) is the largest exchange in India in derivatives, trading in various derivatives contracts. The first contract to be launched on NSE was the Nifty 50 index futures contract. In a span of one and a half years after the introduction of index futures, index options, stock options and stock futures were also introduced in the derivatives segment for trading. NSE’s equity derivatives segment is called the Futures & Options Segment or F&O Segment. NSE also trades in Currency and Interest Rate Futures contracts under a separate segment. 

A series of reforms in the financial markets paved way for the development of exchange-traded equity derivatives markets in India. In 1993, the NSE was established as an electronic, national exchange and it started operations in 1994. It improved the efficiency and transparency of the stock markets by offering a fully automated screen-based trading system with real-time price dissemination. A report on exchange traded derivatives, by the L.C. Gupta Committee, set up by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), recommended a phased introduction of derivatives instruments with bi-level regulation (i.e., self-regulation by exchanges, with SEBI providing the overall regulatory and supervisory role). Another report, by the J.R. Varma Committee in 1998, worked out the various operational details such as margining and risk management systems for these instruments. In 1999, the Securities Contracts (Regulation) Act of 1956, or SC(R)A, was amended so that derivatives could be declared as “securities”. This allowed the regulatory framework for trading securities, to be extended to derivatives. The Act considers derivatives on equities to be legal and valid, but only if they are traded on exchanges.  

The Securities Contracts (Regulation) Act, 1956 defines “derivatives” to include: 

1. A security derived from a debt instrument, share, loan whether secured or unsecured, risk instrument, or contract for differences or any other form of security. 2. A contract which derives its value from the prices, or index of prices, of underlying securities.

At present, the equity derivatives market is the most active derivatives market in India. Trading volumes in equity derivatives are, on an average, more than three and a half times the trading volumes in the cash equity markets.

INTRA-DAY TRADING MARKET

Intraday trading is also known as Day Trading. In intraday trading you take the stock and release the position before end of the day. Or in simply language we can say that you buy and sell the stock in same day you can’t carry the position on the next day. Trader who participates in day trading is also known as Day trader. Intraday trading is the most popular now days for making money in a very short time. If you know how to do intraday trading in stock market then you can make a huge profit in a day but you doesn’t have any idea about intraday trading then you may be loose a lot of money in this market. Intraday Trading if done correctly can be a very good source of regular income. So if you are thinking about intraday trading then there are some tips which may be helpful for you in intraday trading. 

Invest what you can afford to lose. This is the very important and first tips for day traders. Everyone knows that about stock market, some time it may give a huge profit and some time may give a very big lose so it is very important that if you getting lose then you can afford that lose.  

Research and watch market thoroughly. For earning profit from stock market research is very important. You choose the stock and know the resistance and support level with the help of researcher or Intraday tips provider. And also keep up with the latest news, as the general psychology of public is to buy when good news is there. 

Wait for the right price to enter in the trade. Do not make out decisions based on speculations. Keep eying fundamentals along with technicals of the stocks and enter only when it reaches the target buying/selling price. There are the factors that determine whether it is the right time for you to enter the market or to stay away for a while and just observe. The factors or feature you must consider for your choice of products are liquidity, spread and volatility. 

Liquidity is important because if the stock is not liquid then nobody will make the stock move higher. Liquidity is important for it can dictate you to enter into your 

intraday trading move and exit quickly as soon as you have successfully executed the trade. It makes some pattern to be stronger. 

Fix entry price and target levels. Before you buy stock firstly fix your entry price and target level. If you are unable to fix target and stop loss then you may consult the experience person or stock tips provider.  

Wait watch and then decide what you should do. Patience is very important in this market. In this market active person are more successful because there are very less time to take the position and fix SL etc. So if you want to success then is active. 

OPTION TRADING MARKET

Intraday trading is also known as Day Trading. In intraday trading you take the stock and release the position before end of the day. Or in simply language we can say that you buy and sell the stock in same day you can’t carry the position on the next day. Trader who participates in day trading is also known as Day trader. Intraday trading is the most popular now days for making money in a very short time. If you know how to do intraday trading in stock market then you can make a huge profit in a day but you doesn’t have any idea about intraday trading then you may be loose a lot of money in this market. Intraday Trading if done correctly can be a very good source of regular income. So if you are thinking about intraday trading then there are some tips which may be helpful for you in intraday trading. 

Invest what you can afford to lose. This is the very important and first tips for day traders. Everyone knows that about stock market, some time it may give a huge profit and some time may give a very big lose so it is very important that if you getting lose then you can afford that lose.  

Research and watch market thoroughly. For earning profit from stock market research is very important. You choose the stock and know the resistance and support level with the help of researcher or Intraday tips provider. And also keep up with the latest news, as the general psychology of public is to buy when good news is there. 

Wait for the right price to enter in the trade. Do not make out decisions based on speculations. Keep eying fundamentals along with technicals of the stocks and enter only when it reaches the target buying/selling price. There are the factors that determine whether it is the right time for you to enter the market or to stay away for a while and just observe. The factors or feature you must consider for your choice of products are liquidity, spread and volatility. 

Liquidity is important because if the stock is not liquid then nobody will make the stock move higher. Liquidity is important for it can dictate you to enter into your 

intraday trading move and exit quickly as soon as you have successfully executed the trade. It makes some pattern to be stronger. 

Fix entry price and target levels. Before you buy stock firstly fix your entry price and target level. If you are unable to fix target and stop loss then you may consult the experience person or stock tips provider.  

Wait watch and then decide what you should do. Patience is very important in this market. In this market active person are more successful because there are very less time to take the position and fix SL etc. So if you want to success then is active. 

FUTURE MARKET

The Future Market is Defined as : The Process of Trading Futures Contracts And Operating The Facilities That market Many Ag Products.

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