BASIC COURSE

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Share market basics

Ever wondered what are shares and share markets all about? Let’s learn share market basics in this section. Each and every one of us has defined goals in life and have time limits by which we have to attain these goals. For example, you may plan to study abroad, buy a car, build a home, etc. To achieve these, you need to have a proper financial planning. By this, I mean investing has to become your habit. Financial assets or share markets provide high returns and so start investing at a young age and do it regularly for a long period of time.

You can invest in the share market for short term or long term depending on your needs. Based on your risk appetite, age and dependency, you can be a trader or investor in the share market. As markets are always associated with risk, you have to read carefully. The various investment options in the Indian share market today are equity, mutual funds, SIP, IPO, bonds, debentures, derivatives, commodity, currency, etc.

How to invest in share market?
Demat and Trading Accounts:
So what you have to do to invest in the share market? Firstly, open a demat and trading account online with a broker and link your bank account with that. Opening demat account is a very simple and easy process. Once you have your demat and trading account, you can start investing in the Indian share market. It’s essential for you to be familiar with the stock exchanges and their functions. Stock exchange is where buying and selling of shares take place. The stock exchanges are regulated by SEBI (Securities and Exchange Board of India). The 2 important stock exchanges of India are NSE (National Stock Exchange) and BSE (Bombay Stock Exchange).

As per your goals, choose the particular financial asset for investment. Indian share market is the one stop destination for all your needs. If you are more concerned about regular income and preservation of capital, you can opt for debt instruments likes bonds. If you want capital appreciation and willing to take risk, equity is the one for you. Before you invest in a share, do a complete study of the company, its financials, future prospects of growth, etc. 

1) Stock market basic

— NSE& BSE
— NIFTY 50 & SENSEX
— Index
— Revenue, EBIT, Net profit ,OPM
— Cash and debit balance
— Types of Issue ( IPO,FPO,RIGHT etc )
— Face value
— Types of ratio

4) Sectors and Index

— IT index
— Auto index
— Bank nifty index ( repo,r repo ,slr ,crr )
— Oil and gas index
— Capital good and construction index
— FMGC
— Metal index
— Real estate index
— Power index
— Telecom index

2) technical of market

— 50&200 DMA
— Support & resistance

This class is all about fundamental and technical basic on Indian stock market .The topic of this books as following
1)Investment basic
— why should investment ?
— when should start investment ?
–what are various types of investment ?

2) Indian economy today and in future

— GDP / GDP growth
— Inflation data
— Types of deficit
— IIP data
— FDI
— FII
— Future of india economy

— Chart & volume
— Head and shoulder pattern
— Trend

3) Future and option

— Lot size
— E date
— Margin
— Rollover
— Future market
— Call option
— Put option
— Hegging

4) Element that effect the market

5) Element that should consider at time of Investment and trading

— Budget

— Monsoon
— Types of trade ( short,medium and long )

6) mutual fund basic