One can trade in the Futures Segment based on the Stock Future Tips from expert advisors like TradeNexa. The two prominent Indian market indexes are Sensex and Nifty. Sensex is the oldest market index for equities. It includes shares of 30 firms listed on the BSE, which represent about 45% of the indexes free-float market capitalization. It was created in 1986 and provides time series data from April 1979, onward.
Another index is the S&P CNX Nifty. It includes 50 shares listed on the NSE, which represent about 62% of its free-float market capitalization. It was created in 1996 and provides time series data from July 1990, onward.
The overall responsibility of development, regulation and supervision of the stock market rests with the Securities & Exchange Board of India (SEBI), which was formed in 1992 as an independent authority. Since then, SEBI has consistently tried to lay down market rules in line with the best market practices. It enjoys vast powers of imposing penalties on market participants, in case of a breach.
The Securities & Exchange Board of India (SEBI), which was formed in 1992 as an independent authority. Since then, SEBI has consistently tried to lay down market rules in line with the best
market practices. It enjoys vast powers of imposing penalties on market participants, in case of a breach.
There are various vehicles in which you can trade like equity stocks, futures, derivatives, index futures, options, commodity and forex(foreign exchange). You get some leverage while trading
with these vehicles. The more the leverage, the more is the risk. The more you invest, the more you can earn/lose.
Investing in markets can be done in three types:
1. Intraday trading - 1 day
2. Positional/short term - 3 days to some weeks
3. Investment/long term - 1 to 10 years
People who invest for long term are called investors and people who trade for short term are called swing traders while those who trade within a day are called as day traders/intraday traders.
To start trading in Stock Market, you will require the following :-
1) A trading account
2) A demat account
3) A savings account
Generally, trading and demat accounts are combined created which are then linked to your savings account. A trading account is used to buy or sell the shares while a demat account is used to store the shares (in case of delivery). These accounts can be created with a broker for a minimum charge. I would suggest you to find a flat brokerage provider as the brokerage is less. Remember, the broker must be SEBI certified.
As this field is very vast and gaining knowledge about each and every aspect of stock market would take us some years. So, I prefer to day trade as gaining much knowledge is not required here. One can day trade in futures segment based on the Stock Future Tips from expert technical analysts. You can earn a decent amount of money every day from the futures segment as you do not carry shares overnight, you can sleep relaxed.