We have often noticed people getting confused between a Demat Account and a Trading Account and use both the terms interchangeably. Though they appear to be the same, there is a huge difference between a Demat Account and a Trading Account especially on the basis of the purpose served by each of them. For people who are interested in starting stock market investments, it is essential to understand the difference between the Demat Account and Trading Account. It is essentialRead More
Whenever you think of investing in stocks or trading in share market the first step that you take is opening a Demat Account. A Demat account keeps all your financial securities at one place in electronic form. So, if you are going to invest in securities such as shares, mutual funds, bonds, etc. you must have a Demat account. The Demat account involves electronic storing of shares and securities which are maintained electronically. India adopted this system to mitigate theRead More
The Demat account involves electronic storing of shares and securities which are maintained electronically for your trading account. So, if you are going to invest in securities such as shares, mutual funds, bonds, etc. you must have a Demat account. The account keeps all your financial securities at one place in electronic form. India adopted this system to mitigate the risk associated with paper shares. Therefore, the real motive behind the Demat system is to eliminate troubles due to paperRead More
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 amountRead More
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.Read More
IPO investment is a good source of earning to the retail investor if selected properly. But even after due consideration of fundamentals and valuation of any IPO and subsequent subscribing, it is not necessary that one get share allotment. Thus, merely subscribing to any public issue does not guarantee for share allotment. This is a true limitation especially when there is lots of buzz going on any particular issue. So, to enhance the possibility of share allotment, it is alwaysRead More
When was the last time you met someone holding shares certificates of a company in his hands? Or someone who had to go all the way to the registered office of a company to buy its shares or debentures or any other security? Cannot even recall right? Not your fault. Demat account has taken place of the physical form in India long back. Because indeed the practice of purchasing, selling and holding of securities in their physical form has longRead More
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