Basics of Share market, What is difference between Primary and Secondary Markets ? and How we invest in share market ?

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Basics of Share market

Let’s learn share market basics in this article. Before starting to invest in share market, it is important to learn about what the share market is and how it works, First each and every one of us has defined goals in our life and have limited time to achive these goals. For example, we wants that your children will study in abroad, buy an SUV, retirement planning, build a luxary home, etc. to achieve these, we need to have a proper financial planning. And we all well know that stock market is provides very good return for long period. So we have to start investing as soon as possible.

Before Investment in stock market we well know about national stock exchange (NSE) and bombay stock exchange (BSE).

We can invest in Share market for long term and short term depending on our needs. We can be trader or invertor in the stock market. As we well know market is always associated with risk,

There is many investment options in indian stock market like direct equity, IPO, MF, mf sip, debentures, bonds, preferential shares etc.

What is the Difference Between Primary and Secondary Markets ?

When a company comes with an IPO (Initial Public Offer) it is called the primary market. The normal purpose of an Initial Public Offer is to list the shares in the Stock market. When the share got listed it starts trading in the Secondary market.

How We invest in share Market ?

What we have to do to invest in the share market. First, we have to open a demat and trading account online with a bank or stock broker. It is very simple and easy process to open a demat account. Once we have a demat and trading account, we can start trading and investing in the market. It’s very important to understand how stock exchanges works. Stock exchange is where buying and selling of shares takes place. The stock exchanges are regulated by Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI).

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