In term of Indian stock market means equity market or share market is the aggregation of buyers and sellers of stocks, which represent ownership claims on businesses; these may include securities listed on a public stock exchange like NSE & BSE. These exchanges provide a platform by its members (share brokers) where you can purchase stake of any public listed company as well as stock that is only traded privately & become partner as proportion as you brought shares. If you choose best company and buy its shares at lower rate, you can earn good return in term of dividend & appreciation of share value.
You can start investing very easily. Just open trading & dmat a/c with your nearest broker or in banks. Now a days all brokerage house provide online trading platform. Before start trading you have to deposite some amount in your trading a/c. After purchase a share, it will be transfer to your demat a/c. All work of trading of shares regulates by NSE. BSE & SEBI. SEBI is well reputed highest financial regulatory authority in India.
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Always trade with same amount, not in same quantity of shares...
There is universal rule for intraday trading is every trade should same amount not the same quantity. People habits buy 100 or 50 shares for intraday trading. You can not make profit in every trade, some trade will be in profit, some trade will be in equal or some trade will be in stoploss. If you buy Ashok layland 100 shares at Rs. 65 with stoploss of Rs. 64 & target of Rs. 66 for intraday trading & target would be achived. You will make profit of Rs. 1. You made Rs. 100 (profit of Rs.1 *100 shares). And in your second trade you buy Infosys at Rs. 800 with stoploss of 792 & target of 810 & stoploss would be hit at 792. You will made loss of Rs. 800 (loss of Rs. 8 * 100 shares). In this case your profit-loss ratio does not match. Thats why we are saying always your amount have to be same instead of quanity in every trade. If you use Rs. 1 lac for Ashok Layland, you can purchased 1500 share quantity (1,00,000 / share price of Ashok Layland Rs.65 = 1538) & made profit of Rs. 1500( 1500 Share * Rs. 1 profit in Ashok Layland). And same amount Rs. 1 lac use for infosys you can purchased only 125 shares. (1,00,000 / share price of Infosys Rs.800= 125) & you have suffer loss only Rs. 1000 ( 125 Share * Rs. 8 loss in Infosys)
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One way to make money on stocks for which the price is falling is called short selling (or going short). Short selling is a fairly simple concept: an investor borrows a stock, sells the stock, and then buys the stock back to return it to the lender.
Short selling of stock is generally happned for intraday & positional in future option segment. If your prediction of stock market is falling will be correct and you will make profit & it will goes against your prediction you will have make loss. But you can be minimise your losses if you put the stoploss order.