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The Dire Straits of Indian Economy Due to COVID Situation

When Covid-19 started to spread across countries, most governments announced Lockdowns to tackle the situation. After the initial euphoria about getting a deserved break from work settled down, the ugly side of... Read more »

4 Must-Know Reasons To Start Stock Trading Today

If you have been thinking about dipping your toe in the stock market world for a long time, but you never seem to be ready to take that one crucial step, I... Read more »

3 Types of Fees Every Beginner Investor Needs To Know

Investing your savings in the market is an easy way to grow your net worth. The market also provides numerous opportunities for people who are risk-averse to diversify their portfolio. However, as... Read more »

Indian Financial Sector- The Way Forward Post COVID-19

With the global recession unavoidable this year as the novel COVID-19 virus creates havoc across the planet, governments across all nations, along with the apex banks and financial sectors, have had to... Read more »

Challenges Faced by the Indian Finance Sector During COVID-19 Times

The novel COVID-19 has affected economies throughout the world in the most far-reaching manner. Most nations were not prepared to face the slowdown that crept in with the enforcement of social distancing.... Read more »

Top Stocks To Watch Out For In July 2019

As we are headed towards the latter half of the year 2019 investing in the right stocks to strengthen your financial position should be at the top of your priority list. To... Read more »
Top 9 Stock Market Tips for Beginners

Top 9 Stock Market Tips for Beginners

Did you know that what attracts investors to the stock market? Well, the answer is simple. Big money lures investors into the lap of stock markets. However, making money in the stock... Read more »

Primary Market vs. Secondary Market

The securities market is a market where a variety of financial instruments, claims, and obligations are readily available for sale. The two interdependent segments of the Securities Market is Primary Market and... Read more »

5 Massive Mistakes Investors Make Which Destroys Their Financial Life

The truth is that we can never be completely content with our financial life because it is in man’s nature to wish for more. Thus, there is no such thing as perfect... Read more »

MCX Options-A Guide to Basic Concepts of Commodities Trading

The commodities market is one of the establishments of the worldwide exchange framework. For the genuine broker, learning in how to exchange wares is fundamental: incredible benefits can be made whether a... Read more »

Merger And Acquisition (M&A) And Its Various Types

Mergers and Acquisition (M&A) is a term that defines the event of combination of two or more companies into one. Normally, it has been seen that either people consider mergers and acquisition... Read more »

Basic Services Demat Account (BSDA)– Demat Account With No Annual Maintenance Charge

With the introduction of BSDA (Basic Services Demat Account) now small individual investors can open and maintain demat account for trading in securities market of India without or small annual maintenance charge.... Read more »
How To Transfer/ Gift Shares?

How To Transfer/ Gift Shares?

Today investing under shares is a common practice, but when it comes to transferring of shares, most of the people get stuck as the procedure for the same is not known to... Read more »

Now Lodge Your Complaint Against Listed Companies Or Brokers With NSE

Do you invest or trade in stock market? If yes then you might have come across a situation where you were either not satisfied with the services of the exchange or the... Read more »

Stock Market is also called the share market or equity market. It is a collection of exchanges and markets where the trading of stocks or equities of the publicly held companies, other classes of securities and bonds undertakes. It’s either done through Over the Counter Marketplaces (OTC) or through formal exchanges. A stock market is one of the most crucial components of a free economy. Here publicly held companies can raise funds from investors in exchange for a slice of ownership. The official regulatory body of the stock markets in India is SEBI- Securities Exchange Board of India. Investing in the stock market is done to create wealth by leveraging the growth of different industry sectors of an economy.