Dream_Indian Share Market_20.10.2010

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International Learning Institute Submitted to:- Parivartan ILI Indore Submitted by:- Dream Group ILI Indore Presentation on Indian Share Market

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How to Trade in Share Market? There are some requirement to start the trading:- PAN card Subscribe to a trading account with India Bull, IndiaInfoLine, Share Khan and Reliance money. Get decent charting software like Met stock, Easy Chart or Amibroker. Subscribe to an End-of-Day data feed from esignal or many other available.

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Keep track of local economic news, Government monitory policy decisions and Reserve Bank of India meeting outcomes, major global event and economic conditions . Now we can start the trading To learn trading by reading books, join online charting communities, blogs etc.

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Investing v/s Trading Investing  refers to buying a stock or other financial instrument for a long period of time, typically over several years. Trading typically refers to buying and selling stocks or other financial instruments for shorter periods of time, typically less than a few months

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Indian share Market Indian Share Market started from 1875 Indian Share Market mainly consists of two stock exchanges :- Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) National Stock Exchange (NSE)

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About BSE First stock exchange in India The BSE is the largest of 22 exchanges in India. Above 4000 listed companies. Fifth largest exchange in the world. BSE is spread all over India and is present in 417 towns and cities Bombay Stock Exchange's trading system is popularly known as BOLT (BSE's Online Trading System).

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BSE has a market in derivatives, which was the first to be established in India. Listed derivatives on the exchange include stock futures and options, index futures and options, and weekly options. The BSE uses the BSE Sensex, an index of 30 large, developed BSE stocks BSE equity market has grown significantly since 1990.

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In BSE, the trades that takes place are :- Equity or Shares Derivatives (Futures and Options) Debt Instruments The index calculation is done on the methodology of “Free-float Market Capitalization” method

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History of BSE In 1956, the BSE became the first stock exchange to be recognized by the Indian Government under the Securities Contracts Regulation Act. BSE oldest exchange in Asia The BSE developed the BSE Sensex in 1986 In 2000 the BSE used this index to open its derivatives market, trading Sensex futures contracts. BSE started functioning with the name, The Native Share and Stock Broker's Association in 1875

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The BSE switched to an electronic trading system in 1995. It took the exchange only fifty days to make this transition.

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About NSE NSE situated in Mumbai - is the largest and most advanced exchange with 1016 companies listed and 726 trading members. 23 stock exchanges trading securities The NSE is owned by the group of leading financial institutions such as Indian Bank or Life Insurance Corporation of India.

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The NSE is one of the few exchanges in the world trading all types of securities on a single platform, which is divided into three segments: Wholesale Debt Market (WDM), Capital Market (CM), Futures & Options (F&O) Market NSE is the second largest bourse in Sought Asia. The products that can be traded in NSE are :- Equity or Share Futures (both index and stock) Options (Call and Put) Wholesale Debt Market Retail Debt Market

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NSE provides its customers with a fully automated screen based trading system known as NEAT system with speedy, efficient and transparent transactions.

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History of NSE SEBI accelerated the incorporation of the second Indian stock exchange called the National Stock Exchange (NSE) in 1992. In 1996, the National Stock Exchange of India launched S&P CNX Nifty and CNX In 1998 NSE launched its web-site and was the first exchange in India that started trading stock on the Internet in 2000

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Regulatory Authority of Indian Share Market SEBI is entitled to protect the investors' interests, regulate and develop securities market in India.

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Terms used in Share Market NSE- National Stock Exchange of India Ltd.BSE - Bombay Stock ExchangeSEBI - Securities Exchange Board of IndiaNCFM - NSE’s Certification in Financial MarketsNSDL - National Securities Depository LimitedCSDL - Central Securities Depository LimitedNCDEX - National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange Ltd.NSCCL - National Securities Clearing Corporation Ltd.FMC – Forward Markets CommissionNYSE- New York Stock Exchange

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AMEX - American Stock ExchangeOTC- Over-the-Counter MarketLM – Lead ManagerIPO- Initial Public OfferDP - Depository ParticipantDRF - Demat Request FormRRF - Remat Request FormNAV – Net Asset ValueEPS – Earnings Per ShareDSCR - Debt Service Coverage Ratio S&P – Standard & PoorIISL - India Index Services & Products LtdCRISIL- Credit Rating Information Services of India Limited

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IGC – Investor Grievance CellIPF – Investor Protection FundSCRA - Securities Contract (Regulation) ActSCRR – Securities Contract (Regulation) RulesROC - Registrar of CompaniesOD - Offer DocumentADR - American Depository ReceiptsGDR - Global Depository Receipts ICRA - Investment Information and Credit Rating Agency of IndiaADS - American Depositary ShareSBTS - Screen Based Trading SystemNEAT - National Exchange for Automated Trading

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ISIN - (International Securities Identification NumberETF - Exchanged Traded FundsBTST - Buy Today Sell Tomorrow CARE - Credit Analysis & Research Limited

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