what is the difference beween trading in NSE and BSE?

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  1. kachapapad

    kachapapad New Member

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    Could anybody please tell me what is the difference between trading at NSE and BSE? I find two different prices for the same stock on these two exchanges.
    What are the advantages and disadvantages in trading any of these exchanges over the other? I am new to trading and trying to learn.Please help me.
     
  2. rsalecha

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    They are just two different Markets. You can buy and sell from one another. If you find some price difference (considering the price after Buy + Sell; brokerage + STT + TOT) then you can really trade between two markets earning a huge profit.

    But this kind of scenario are once in one thousand. Or else everybody would buy from one market and sell in another one. The prices in both market remains almost same considering this kind of sitiution. Most investor forget to see that there are other charges that need to be taken into consideration before such transaction.

    In all, NSE has approx 1 Lac Crore of Daily turnover when compared to BSE's 10 to 20 thousand crore of daily turnover. So try to buy & sell where there are more buyers and sellers.

    Happy Trading
    RJS
     
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    hello kachapapad where did u open ur a/c? Even i am new so plz help me thanks
     
  4. ganai

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    Just for confirmation, can I buy a share from NSE and sell it at NSE!!! is it so??!!! :confused: :eek: Can u tell me is there any charge for Indiabulls for this kind of trade?:confused:
     
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    hi there...

    i am new to this forum but i have been trading for a while using my icici account and as from what i read in some lessons from their website, we cannot sell shares in BSE that we earlier bought in NSE. i have seen that there are price differences at the two exchanges that are substantially large and if such trades were allowed, we would all be billonares!!!

    Happy Trading:)
     
  6. Tdarer

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    amir, even i use icicidirect but I have bought shares at nse and sold it at bse several times without any hassles. I guess the only limitation is in case of BTST and day trading of course where one should buy and sell at same exchange.
    The only thing I have noticed in iciciDirect is that when you sell shares at nse, it immediately increases your balance but whenever I sell shares at bse, it takes around 3 days to reflect the increased balance due to some delayed pay out etc.. and the price difference is not that large between prices of nse and bse (usually around 1-2 rs in most of stocks).

    Thanks.
     

  7. RSI

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    There seems to be lot of confusion in this thread.

    1. You cannot trade intraday between two exchanges. I mean buy from one exchange (say BSE) and sell at the other exchange (say NSE) on the SAME DAY. Ditto for BTST as well.

    2. However, if you have shares delivered to your account (I mean credited to your account) then it does not matter from where you have brought it. You can sell it on any exchange, provided it is listed there. Many shares traded in BSE are not listed in NSE at all. But these are small cap stocks. In the first place newbies should not bother about these small cap stocks. Try to concentrate of large cap stocks where risk is comparitively less to a small cap stock. Same applies to profits as well.
    Hope this helps
    Thanks and regards
    R. S. Iyer
     
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    goinstockmad New Member

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    What is a small cap stock? and what is a larger cap stock? can anyonme give me examples of both...?
     
  9. fast_rizwaan

    fast_rizwaan Active Member

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    it is based on market capitalization, i.e, price. Putting it rather very simply, a small cap is a small price stock say under 30rs and a largecap is above 500+.

    Please read:
    http://www.investopedia.com/terms/m/marketcapitalization.asp
     
  10. Umang Pandya

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    if the prices over 30rs and under 500+ rs. then what it shold be called?
     
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