Difference Between BSE & NSE

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  1. sri_guni

    sri_guni New Member

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    Hi All,
    I would like to know the difference between trading in BSE & NSE, When I want to buy some stock how can I decide in which stock exchange to by apart from slight difference in price what at purchase related issues that affect in choosing the stock exchange,

    Thanks in Advance
     
  2. toxicexpulsion

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    NSE is generally more liquid. Some stocks are only listed on nse or some only on bse and some on both. if you take an intraday position you should square it off in the same exchange.
     
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    which is advisable or preferable to buy the stock at NSE or BSE..pice is more at BSE.. why?
     
  4. ZIADARSHNA

    ZIADARSHNA New Member

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    did not got your point, pls explain with more details regarding difference between BSE & NSE
     
  5. vasa1

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    Liquid = more buyers and sellers; more trading; check out the number of trades in tomorrow's ET; mostly more trades for a scrip happen on NSE, less on BSE. More trades, lower the impact cost.

    Quite a few stocks are listed only on BSE and not on NSE. Again, look at the listings in the pink papers.

    If you go long or short intraday, you should ensure you square off on the same exchange! Else you'll be opening a fresh position.

    Hope I'm right and your question is answered
     
  6. sundardevanathan

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    Hi to all members!

    I am a newly joined person with this community, i jus wanna know that how can i enter into a share market in India? how to get aware about Indian share market? how the prices fluctuation in market what is the basic reason for that? Since i am living in Delhi, can i invest amount with BSE. how to purchase a stock at first ever time? then how to sell the same? in between purchase and sales i had some knowledge!

    So, please give some awsome ideas, advices and suggestions.

    Thanks.
    Sundar
     
  7. nathan

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    This is specific to Sundar's query:You can start with ICICI bank's ICICI Direct. Once you open the account with them you can start trading using internet. You need not have to be in Mumbai to invest in BSE. Once you open the account with ICICIDirect you can invest in NSE or BSE. Tips and tricks have to be learnt. Even the experts are not always correct. Watch moneycontrol channel you will get some good idea about stocks
     
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    I wont agree to the statement that if squaring off is done on another exchange, it would open a new position. For a trader/investor it won't as it would do so for a broker and it is the broker's job/responsibility to handle that. But yes, if one uses one broker for one leg of trade on one exchange and another broker for second leg of trade on the second exchange, it will lead to a new position for both brokers and trader.
     

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