Dollar Index corrected over 6% since the start of the year 2016 and is currently trading at 93.00 levels. During the start of the year 2016, both FOMC and BOJ changed their policy rates. US Fed hiked its interest rate while BOJ turned to the negative interest rate. And since the start of 2017, both Dow Jones and Nifty rose over 14%. Historically, the Dollar index has the negative correlation with the stock market. Negative correlation implies that when DollarRead More
Full-service brokers in India Full-Service Broker refers to stock brokers who offer a large variety of add-ons services besides facilitating buying and selling in stocks. The services may include research reports, advisory, tax tips, a relationship manager, retirement planning and etc. Apart from shares they also provide a variety of products such as debt instruments, mutual fund schemes, IPO, FPO, loans product, insurance, and etc. The commission charged by the full-service broker is higher than that of a discount broker. SomeRead More
Discount brokers in India – Who are they? Discount brokerage is a new breed offered by brokers in the stock market in India. We all know that the trend in usage of internet is rising in India. This has resulted in more online investment activities. In order to cater this new trend in the stock market, discount brokers came in the picture. They generally offer competitive brokerage and effective customer services. Discount booking started very recently in 2010. Unlike traditional full-service brokers,Read More
Do Compare stock brokers before choosing the best that suits your requirement. Planning to invest or trade in Indian stock? The good decision indeed!!! For this you need brokers. But why a broker? Because a broker facilitates an investor or trade to execute their trade with the exchange. For stocks, there are two exchanges, viz., the National Stock Exchange and the Bombay Stock Exchange. No one can execute his/her buy or sell directly with these exchange. And brokers are required forRead More
Indian stock market has the capacity to discount the effect of the budget on them, prior to any other sector. The bad and the good consequences of budget allocation to vivid sectors reflects in listed stocks of that particular sector. And the recent discussion and suggestions of Niti Aayog hint on the probable allocation of the budget on different sectors. Highlights Government is committed to double farm income and it is positive for agriculture and allied sector Emphasis on rising incomeRead More
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