Beginner Trading Questions

#1
I have some initial questions while I dive into trading

  1. - As an investor in India, can you only purchase stocks that are listed in BSE and NSE?
  2. - How can you find out if an indian company is listed in BSE and/or NSE?
  3. - Are there ways to find out the industry/sector a given indian company falls in?
  4. - Is the list of companies overlapping in those that are registered in BSE and NSE?
  5. - What is equity? Is it the same as shares?
  6. - How can one find out if a given indian company has shares, in other words if its a publicly traded company? Is it based on the suffix "private limited"? Those that don't have it could be considered as public limited companies?
 

MewarLion

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#2
Re: Beginner Trading Questions on stock exchange

Q1. As an investor in India, can you only purchase stocks that are listed in BSE and NSE?

Answer1 : There are no restriction in Law to purchases shares or unlisted company. There are no restriction to purchases shares of listed company also from the seller directly. This is called SPOT Transaction , where delivery and payment must be completed in 48 hours otherwise result in violation of Securities Contract Regulation Act and SEBI Rules.

Q2. How can you find out if an indian company is listed in BSE and/or NSE?
A2 . You can check on NSE and BSE website.

Q3. Are there ways to find out the industry/sector a given indian company falls in?
A3. Except diversified company , you can find out company belongs to which sector and Industry. Generally their name itself give clue to sector and or industry like Bajaj Auto Limited is Automobile .

Q4.Is the list of companies overlapping in those that are registered in BSE and NSE?
A4. Yes. Majority of the NSE listed company are listed on BSE also. There are many companies which are exclusively listed on BSE .


Q5 What is equity? Is it the same as shares?
A5 . In General parlence , Equity Shares are called Shares.

Q6 .How can one find out if a given indian company has shares, in other words if its a publicly traded company? Is it based on the suffix "private limited"? Those that don't have it could be considered as public limited companies?
A7. All companies are unlisted companies except those which are listed on NSE and BSE. All listed company have word LIMITED in the end but all company having word LIMITED are not listed companies.
 
#3
I have some initial questions while I dive into trading

  1. - As an investor in India, can you only purchase stocks that are listed in BSE and NSE?
  2. - How can you find out if an indian company is listed in BSE and/or NSE?
  3. - Are there ways to find out the industry/sector a given indian company falls in?
  4. - Is the list of companies overlapping in those that are registered in BSE and NSE?
  5. - What is equity? Is it the same as shares?
  6. - How can one find out if a given indian company has shares, in other words if its a publicly traded company? Is it based on the suffix "private limited"? Those that don't have it could be considered as public limited companies?
Hi,

If you don't have any experience you can try web based trading software like Binary Options or similar?
 
#5
You need to understand that if you wanna become successful, you need to have lots and lots of knowledge and experience and skills that are needed t survive in Forex.
 
#7
That's quite a nice video, thanks for sharing it here, it will help newbies to get to know more about Stock Market. Keep sharing such useful info with us in here.
 

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