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Stock Market for Beginners

Stock Market for Beginners

The stock market is the aggregation of buyers and sellers of stocks and also called shares. 

Which represents ownership claims on businesses. 

These may include securities listed on a public stock exchange, as well as stock. 

That is only traded privately, such as shares of private companies. Which are sold to investors through equity platforms. 

Investment in the stock market is most often done via stock brokerages and electronic trading platforms. 

Stock trading is also buying and selling shares of publicly traded companies. 

Popular stocks like Reliance, HDFC Bank, TCSSBI, ICICI Bank, HUL, VBL, L&T, Dabur, and more.

How to make money in the stock market for beginners

In the stock market, for every buyer, there is a seller. When you buy 1000 shares of stock, someone is selling 1000 shares to you. 

Similarly, when you go to sell your shares of stock, someone has to buy them. 

If there are more buyers than sellers, then the stock price will go up. 

Conversely, if there are more sellers than buyers, the price will fall. Investing in stocks can be an efficient way to build wealth over time. 

How to invest in the share market?

Open Demat and Trading Accounts:

Firstly, open a Demat and trading account through an online broker or visit the nearest office of various stock market brokers in your city and link your bank account and PAN details with that. 
Opening a Demat account is a very simple and easy process. Once you have your Demat and trading account, you can start investing in the Indian stock market. 
It’s essential for you to be familiar with the stock exchanges and their functions. 
The stock exchange is where buying and selling of shares take place. 
The stock exchanges are regulated by SEBI (Securities and Exchange Board of India). 
The two important stock exchanges of India are :
As per your goals, choose the particular financial asset for investment. 
The Indian share market is the one-stop destination for all your needs. 
If you are more concerned about regular income and preservation of capital, you can opt for debt instruments likes bonds. 
If you want capital appreciation and willing to take risks, equity is the one for you. Before you invest in a share, do a complete study of the company, its financials, future prospects of growth, etc. 
Below is what you have to do to achieve your goals::
"Define your life goals"
"Learn about financial assets"
"Choose the respective asset as per your need"
"Start investing regularly"
"Fulfill your goals"

When you buy a share, you can be a common shareholder or preferred shareholder on the basis of ownership. 

As a common shareholder, you are permitted to vote in shareholder meetings and you are eligible to receive dividends. 

Share Market Basic for Beginners

If the company where you have invested goes bankrupt, you will receive the share of proceeds of liquidation only after all creditors and preferred shareholders have been paid. 

"As a preferred shareholder, you may not have voting rights. But you will get dividends before the common shareholder receives it".

On the basis of market capitalization, you can invest in large-cap, mid-cap, and small-cap stocks. 
Some important points always kept in mind while investing in the stock market:-
"Its always better to do your own research before investing".
"Monitor your investments regularly so that you can eliminate the loss-making stocks".
"Patience is very essential for any investor".
"Always be updated with share market news".

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