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  • Why You Should Focus On Improving Your Dividend Income?22 June 2019

    Why do we invest in stocks? Is it only to gain out of the appreciation in share price? No. Apart from share price appreciation, many of the investors also want a regular source of income. This regular source of income that is provided by the stocks is known as a dividend. The dividend income is the way through which a company distributes its net profits equally among its shareholders. The companies that are performing well would earn more profit, which

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  • The best advice you could ever get about the margin money for future trading in India18 June 2019

    Margin money plays a vital role in futures trading as it is that it authorizes to leverage. In comparison to spot market transaction, margins are the ones that allow ‘Futures agreement’.  You might know that futures are an improvement over forwards. Actually, the futures agreement inherits the transactional layout of the forwards market. Before we proceed we need to clear our concept on future trading. Characteristics of future market 1. In terms of the spot market, the futures price imitate the primary price.

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  • What Is Market Capitalization And Why Does It Matter?14 June 2019

    As an investor in the stock market, you need to know about various characteristics of a company that is part of them. This is important as it will assist you in understanding the very nature of the company whose share might interest you. One of such basic determinants of the company’s essential characteristics is the size of the company. And you know, there is a concept that helps in understanding such size aspect. It is market capitalization. Yes, market capitalization

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  • A Beginner’s Guide To The Indian Stock Market And Stock Market Indices10 June 2019

    For those who are investing in the stock market for the first time, the entire process may seem like an exercise in chaos. However, that’s not true. Stock trading, in fact, is a very efficient way to facilitate the buying and selling of securities in the market. Thanks to technology, most of the stock trading can be done with very little (if any) human intervention. You may feel intimidated in the beginning, with terms like ‘blue chip stocks’ and ‘short

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  • Learn stock classification before entering Indian stock market5 June 2019

    Stock classification is the process of grouping stocks for ease of understanding. In India both BSE (Bombay Stock Exchange) and NSE (National Stock Exchange) classifies stocks. More or less the classification of stocks is similar on both platforms. This stock classification was done to handle the stocks based on trading characteristics of Indian shares on the exchange platform and are known as grades. Mainly there are seven grades of stocks namely, A, B, T, S, TS & Z. All other

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  • Introduction to the derivative market in India for beginners31 May 2019

    Derivatives are tradable products whose price is based upon another market. Derivatives are security, whose value based upon other more basic underlying variables. In recent years, derivative security has become increasingly important in the finance field. So it is important to know about the derivative market and its instruments. Futures & Options are now actively traded on many different exchanges. Forward contracts, swaps and many different types of options are regularly traded outside the exchanges by financial institutions and their

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  • What is the procedure to open demat account? – the 7 steps30 May 2019

    To open demat account in India needs lots of steps to follow and that too very strictly. The popular name of the dematerialization of securities in India is Demat or Dmat. It is a facility for keeping all your financial assets into electronic form. The present blog is for those who are beginning or even planning to enter the stock market in India.  “How can I open a demat account?”, “How to open demat account in India?”, “What is the

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  • The Wonderful Impact Of Corporate Action On The Stock Price You Need To Know24 May 2019

    A corporate action is an episode by a listed company to bring changes to the securities. Securities may be equity or debt by the issuing public company. Company’s board of directors approves for corporate action after the shareholder’s authorization. Stock splits, dividends, mergers, and acquisitions, rights issues, etc. are the typical corporate action. Thus, to summarize, A corporate action by a listed company influences its shareholder’s value straight. Such corporate action may either be monetary or non-monetary. Payment of dividend

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  • 30 FAQs for IPO investment through ASBA for retail investors20 May 2019

    ASBA is a facility for subscribing to an IPO by any retail investors. In this blog, I attempt to cover the essential concepts and questions related to Applications Supported by Blocked Amount (ASBA) facility. From January 2016, SEBI had made it mandatory to apply for an IPO through ASBA. Q1. What is ASBA? Is it mandatory? The full form of ASBA is ‘Application Supported by Blocked Amount’. It is an application that contains an authorization. This authorization is for blocking the application amount

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  • ASBA – Key points to remember before applying for an IPO17 May 2019

    ASBA stands for “Application Supported by Blocked Amount.” It is a term given to a process of applying IPO in India. Moreover, from January 2016 onward it is mandatory to apply for an initial public offering (IPO) through this method by Securities and Exchange Board of India, the SEBI. The SEBI is the regulator of an IPO in India. ASBA is an authorization to block the application money in a bank account. Thus, ASBA is a process of applying for an IPO.

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