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Lesson Posted on 24 Feb Financial Planning/Stock Market Trading

Benefits Of Trading

Kunal Kishore

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There are many benefits of stock trading and what you should take to stock trading. With no constraints of time, educational qualifications or investments, one cannot find any another business quite like this. Work full time or part time, you can be a professional or a housewife, advantages of stock... read more

There are many benefits of stock trading and what you should take to stock trading. With no constraints of time, educational qualifications or investments, one cannot find any another business quite like this. Work full time or part time, you can be a professional or a housewife, advantages of stock trading are too good that you cannot ignore. Regardless of whether you’re an experienced stock trader or new to stock trading, there are many benefits of stock trading.

1. Work from Anywhere:

Computer and internet has promoted stock trading and taken the markets to a new level. Now you can trade in stocks from the comfort of your home/office. Stock trading is just a click of your mouse on System. Make money even at home along with your family life. This is one of the best stock trading benefit.

2. No Brokerage:

Those days are went when you were at the mercy of few stock brokers who would charge hefty large commissions on your trade. With the advent of computers and internet, myriads of stock brokerage firms have mushroomed all over the world. Competing with each other to get the maximum clients, they offer low commissions, latest trading technologies and other facilities to attract clients. No brokerage is one of the main benefits of stock trading.

3. Complete freedom:

With hundreds of stocks to choose from, you have the complete freedom to invest in any stock you like. You can be your own master. Do your own research and make your own decisions.

4. No time bar:

Another advantage of stock trading is that it has removed all time constraints and restrictions. You can trade stocks any time of the day and night at your convenience.

5. Make money in minutes:

You can make a lot of money within a matter of minutes, if you are well educated about the trends in stock market. The time it takes to execute the trade online is the same as just clicking your mouse.

6. No investment limit:

Another main benefit of stock trading is that you are not bound to any investment thresholds. You can start trade in a stock with as low or as high of an amount that your pocket allows.

7. Quick returns:

Unlike any other business, in stock trading you do not have to wait for a long time to get your returns. Plus there are no hassles of advertising your goods or alluring the customers by offering attractive schemes.

8. No experience required:

One of the other stock trading benefit is that you do not require any formal education or experience. One just needs to collect as much information to become a little stock trade savvy. With time and experience, anyone can initiating their way to stock trading. Start making money from day one.

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Lesson Posted on 03 Jan Tuition/MBA Tuition Financial Planning/Stock Market Investment Financial Planning/Stock Market Trading +1 Financial Planning/Stock Market Investment/Technical Analysis less

Bollinger Bands

Rakesh Bhaskar

Bollinger Bands: A band plotted two standard deviations away from a 21 Day moving average. The Band widens during volatile markets and contract during consolidation Phase. The nearer the prices travel to the upper band, the more overbought the market/security. The nearer the prices progress to... read more

Bollinger Bands:

  • A band plotted two standard deviations away from a 21 Day moving average.
  • The Band widens during volatile markets and contract during consolidation Phase.
  • The nearer the prices travel to the upper band, the more overbought the market/security.
  • The nearer the prices progress to the lower band, the more oversold the market/security.
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Lesson Posted on 03 Jan Financial Planning/Stock Market Trading Tuition/BCom Tuition/Stock and Commodity Markets Financial Planning/Stock Market Investment

Learn MACD Divergence Analysis On Charts

Amiet R Trivedie

I am a full time trader and a trainer, I earn my living from trading. I have done Engineering in Electronics,...

MACD Divergence Analysis: Learn MACD Divergence Tactics: Most beginners have difficulty learning the MACD because it's made up of several parts that interact with one another. The MACD indicator is a very powerful indicator and can be used in several ways in your trading. This can be used as single... read more

MACD Divergence Analysis:

Learn MACD Divergence Tactics:

Most beginners have difficulty learning the MACD because it's made up of several parts that interact with one another. The MACD indicator is a very powerful indicator and can be used in several ways in your trading. This can be used as single indicator as well as supporting indicator for analyzing charts of stocks and commodities for trading. Once you understand how the MACD line is calculated and understand what each of the three parts of the indicator calculate the indicator becomes very simple to understand and moreover to utilize but here we will discuss only divergence in MACD and how to analyze it.


MACD Divergence Analysis:

The divergence method is by far the easiest way to use the MACD indicator and one I suggest you start with. The concept of divergence is based on overbought and oversold price levels. Divergence is basically a short term momentum technique to determine when markets are running out of steam temporarily. This method of analysis relies on visual analysis of the MACD line.

Only Focus On The MACD Line For Divergence Analysis.
Only Focus On The MACD Line For Divergence Analysis (The Red Line).

Bullish Divergence:

Divergence occurs when the MACD diverges from the price of the underlying market. A bullish divergence forms when a market makes a lower low and the MACD Line forms a higher low. Since the MACD Line measures momentum, bullish divergence between the market and the MACD Line suggests that the market may be moving higher despite of the fact that prices are moving down short term.

You can see a perfect MACD chart divergence example of this chart of Nifty. Notice,at point 1, the Nifty begins a strong rally after diverging from the MACD substantially. Keep in mind that divergence analysis works best for reversal formations after markets have been trending for substantial amount of time.

Bearish Divergence:

Bearish Divergence occurs when markets are making higher highs and MACD Line is making lower lows. This pattern is the exact opposite of Bullish Divergence and works well after markets have been up trending strongly for extended periods of time. I do not suggest using divergence patterns in range bound markets. The lack of strong momentum will not produce meaningful results when using the MACD indicator. Notice in this particular example, at points 2 and 3, how Nifty diverges after a strong uptrend that lasted over 9 months and second divergence occured after one year at point 3. You always want to see strong uptrend prior to using MACD for divergence.

Remember, you only have to pay attention to the MACD line (Red line) when analyzing divergence. In this example at point 2 Nifty appears to move higher but quickly heads south for a few days after the bearish divergence signal but recovers a few days later because of strong uptrend. This set up works well with basic reversal patterns such as double tops and double bottom patterns. I tend to use the MACD as a confirmation indicator when trading these patterns.

The Stronger The Divergence The Better The Trade.

Things To Keep In Mind:

Divergence analysis is another way to utilize the MACD Indicator. Keep in mind that Divergence only works after sustained trends are coming to an end and exhibited strong momentum in one direction. Also, MACD Divergence works well as a confirmation indicator for other reversal patterns such as double tops and double bottoms. Avoid using the MACD Divergence when trading range bound patterns and when markets are just beginning to trend because the MACD not work well in those types of market environments.

Wishing you the best in your trading. Very soon more lessons will come.

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Lesson Posted on 03 Jan Financial Planning/Stock Market Investment Financial Planning/Stock Market Trading Tuition/MBA Tuition +1 Financial Planning/Stock Market Investment/Fundamental Analysis less

Stock Market

Rakesh Bhaskar

A share of stock is the smallest unit of ownership in a company. If you own a share of a company's stock, you considered as the part owner of the company. Stock investors called shareholders or stockholders make money when the stock increases in value or when the company the issued the stock pays dividends,... read more

A share of stock is the smallest unit of ownership in a company. If you own a share of a company's stock, you considered as the part owner of the company. Stock investors called shareholders or stockholders make money when the stock increases in value or when the company the issued the stock pays dividends, or a portion of its profits, to its shareholders.

i. Stock Market Trading:

Stock market trading consists of buying and selling of company stocks and as well as stock  derivatives.  This  type  of  trading  usually  takes  place  in  a  stock  exchange,  in  which companies need to be listed in order for their shares to be bought and sold. This trading market provides with substantial earnings potential and is one among the most popular investment options.

ii. Buying and Selling Stock:

To buy or sell a stock you usually have to go through a broker. Generally the more guidance you want from your broker the higher the broker’s fee. Some brokers usually called full-service brokers provide a range of service beyond filling buy and sell orders for clients such as researching investments and helping you develop long and short-term investment goals.

Online Trading is the cheapest way to trade stocks. Online brokerage firms offer substantial discounts while giving you fast access to your accounts through their Web Sites. Most of today’s leading full-service and discount brokerage firm make online trading available to their customers.  Online trading is an extremely cost-effective option for independent investors with a solid strategy who are willing to undertake their own research.

iii. Benefits:

  1. It promotes economic growth.
  2. It helps companies raise capital and handle financial issues.
  3. It ensures that money is invested in businesses to enhance profit potential.
  4. It helps investors realize substantial profits.

iv. Drawbacks:

1.The short selling of stocks is hard, because stock prices do not appreciate significantly in a short span of time. Accordingly, there is a wait period before you can book healthy profits.

2.It is traded for limited hours in a day.

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Answered on 18/12/2017 Financial Planning/Stock Market Trading

Krishna PVM

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you need to know about fundamentals, fundamentals technical analysis, money management and psychological aspects of trading. One need to know study all those aspect before trying your hand on the market. And brutal hard work and proper guru may help you reach your goal. search for a group who has proved... read more
you need to know about fundamentals, fundamentals technical analysis, money management and psychological aspects of trading. One need to know study all those aspect before trying your hand on the market. And brutal hard work and proper guru may help you reach your goal. search for a group who has proved to be a trader or at least who published their recommendations with above 80 percent accuracy. read less
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Lesson Posted on 06/11/2017 Financial Planning/Stock Market Trading Financial Planning/Stock Market Investment

All You Know About Indian Stock Market-Introduction

NITIN Narayan

I am having more than 7 years in stock market . My team is always try to work for benefit of our personal...

At present Indian two stock exchanges, BSE (Bombay Stock Exchange) and NSE (National Stock Exchange) are life time high. BSE and NSE are two stock exchanges where stock trades are happening. BSE is the oldest stock exchange existence since 1875. NSE was founded in 1992 and started trading in 1994. Generally... read more

At present Indian two stock exchanges, BSE (Bombay Stock Exchange) and NSE (National Stock Exchange) are life time high. BSE and NSE are two stock exchanges where stock trades are happening. BSE is the oldest stock exchange existence since 1875.  NSE was founded in 1992 and started trading in 1994.

Generally retail investor/trader would take position only in the NSE. However, both exchanges follow the same trading mechanism, trading hours, settlement process, etc.  BSE had about 4,700 listed firms, whereas the  NSE had about 1,200. Out of all the listed firms on the BSE, only about 500 firms constitute more than 90% of its market capitalization; the rest of the crowd consists of highly liquid shares.

Almost all the significant firms of India are listed on both the exchanges. NSE enjoys a dominant share in spot trading, with about 70% of the market share.

Trading at both the exchanges takes place through an open electronic limit order book, in which order matching is done by the trading computer. There are no market makers or specialists and the entire process is order-driven, which means that market orders placed by investors are automatically matched with the best limit orders. As a result, buyers and sellers remain anonymous. The advantage of an order driven market is that it brings more transparency, by displaying all buy and sell orders in the trading system. However, in the absence of market makers, there is no guarantee that orders will be executed.

All orders in the trading system need to be placed through brokers, many of which provide online trading facility to retail customers. Institutional investors can also take advantage of the direct market access (DMA) option, in which they use trading terminals provided by brokers for placing orders directly into the stock market trading system.

Stock Trading:

For trading in stock market, first you should have a trading and demat account. Authorised stock brokerage firms would help for opening the trading and demat account in BSE/NSE.

How settlement happens?

Equity spot markets follow a T+2 rolling settlement. This means that any trade taking place on Monday, gets settled by Wednesday. All trading on stock exchanges takes place between 9:15 am and 3:30 pm, Indian Standard Time (+ 5.5 hours GMT), Monday through Friday. When trade takes place, brokerage firm would send the contract note EOD. T+2 settlement is applicable only if you are taking positional trade. It is not applicable for Intraday trading.

Any charges for opening trading and demat account?

Most of the broker firm would offer free trading account and free demat account for 1st yerar. 2nd year onwards brokerage firms would charges around Rs.399 to Rs.1499 depending upon the firm. If your opening demat account with BSDA (Basic Service Demat Account) then no yearly charges

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Answered on 26/10/2017 Financial Planning/Stock Market Investment Financial Planning/Stock Market Trading

Sridhar's Institute Of Stock Market

yes..for that u need to understand technical and fundamental analysis in stock markets...u need to get trained aggressively for this ...without having any knowledge on stock market and investing in it will be like driving a car at 100km/hr blindly..do understand about it and invest wisely...pls contact... read more
yes..for that u need to understand technical and fundamental analysis in stock markets...u need to get trained aggressively for this ...without having any knowledge on stock market and investing in it will be like driving a car at 100km/hr blindly..do understand about it and invest wisely...pls contact me for any further details read less
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Lesson Posted on 12/10/2017 Financial Planning/Stock Market Trading Financial Planning/Stock Market Investment Financial Planning/Stock Market Trading/Intraday Trading +2 Financial Planning/Stock Market Trading/Derivatives Trading Financial Planning/Stock Market Trading/Commodities Trading less

Great Stock Market Trading Lesson

Hanamant Kullur

I am a Professional Trader, Trainer and Technical Analyst with more than 4+ years experience. I do Teach...

Trend following is motivated by a very broad interpretation of the universe. The underlying belief is that economic systems adjust to changes in fundamentals gradually and over long periods of time, and that the consequent trends are evident everywhere in human history and commerce. Political, economic,... read more
Trend following is motivated by a very broad interpretation of the universe. The underlying belief is that economic systems adjust to changes in fundamentals gradually and over long periods of time, and that the consequent trends are evident everywhere in human history and commerce. Political, economic, and social regime changes trigger price adjustments in markets that don’t happen instantaneously. For example, the growth and decline of the Roman Empire took place, not in a day, but over hundreds of years. A major problem, of course, is that markets don’t move from one state to another in a straight line: There are periods of countertrend shock and volatility. We spend most of our time trying to find ways to deal with those unsettling but inevitable events. That being said, it is really not difficult to put together a simple trendfollowing system that can generate positive returns over a realistic holding period and there are many, many commercial systems that have been generating strong, albeit volatile, returns for a long time. So there are definitely firm grounds for believing in Santa Claus.
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Lesson Posted on 19/08/2017 Functional Training/Finance Training Financial Planning/Stock Market Trading Financial Planning/Stock Market Trading/Intraday Trading +4 Financial Planning/Stock Market Investment Financial Planning Financial Planning/Mutual Funds Financial Planning/Stock Market Trading/Derivatives Trading less

Indian Debt Market

Gold Rock Internationals Pvt Ltd

Gold Rock Internationals was formed with the idea to assist, educate and transform the mindset of people...

The financial market of a country develops only when there is growth in each and every segment. In India the equity market has performed quite well over a period of time, and on the other hand the debt market has also grown immensely but it faces problem of visibility lack of knowledge to investors.... read more

 

The financial market of a country develops only when there is growth in each and every segment. In India the equity market has performed quite well over a period of time, and on the other hand the debt market has also grown immensely but it faces problem of visibility lack of knowledge to investors. The Indian debt market is the 4th largest in Asia while Japan is the leader followed by China and South Korea. A well developed debt market can play an important role in supporting the economic and infrastructure development of a country. Its primary purpose is to provide long term financing for both government & private projects.

In the current scenario for investors who are looking for low risk investments can enter the debt market. Debt or the Fixed Income market is often overlooked by investors because it is less volatile than equity market and it is also difficult to understand and operate.

A bond is just like a loan where retail investors, mutual fund companies, financial institutions, banks invest in bonds issued by government and corporate companies to raise capital for their operations. They are considered safer than equities and other financial instruments. The investors are paid at interest at specified intervals at a fixed rate of interest which is known as coupon rate and at the end of term or maturity period the capital is also returned.

There are two types of bonds mainly: Corporate and Government bonds.

Corporate bonds are issued by private companies in the primary market and they pay a higher rate of interest in comparison to government bonds. In Indian we have companies such as L& T, Shriram Finance, Muthoot Finance issuing bonds. Corporate bonds also have issue convertible bonds which can be converted into an equity share after a certain period of time.

Government bonds are issued by the government entities to finance their activities and are also known as G-sec. Government bonds are considered a very low risk option. The government bond market size is much larger in comparison than the corporate market size in India.

The Indian debt market has been seeing a lot of funds flown in from internal sources like mutual funds, insurance companies, retail investors and external sources such as FII’s. Below is a table showing the investment pattern of different countries into the debt market.

Percentage wise investment into G-secs:

Country

Central Bank

Government subsidiaries

Banks

Insurance companies

FII

Others

China

-

-

77.1

5.4

-

17.5

Indonesia

4.5

-

33.7

17

32.5

12.3

Japan

18.6

8.5

33.4

22.9

8.3

8.3

South Korea

2.5

20.2

17.9

29

9.2

21.2

Malaysia

0.6

1.4

27.9

40.7

29.4

-

Thailand

6.7

1.2

11.9

50.2

17.4

12.6

India

16

-

38.2

26.6

1.4

16.3

  • Bonds with a higher credit rating always have the least risk of defaulting.
  • Bonds are a very good investment option for the people who are looking for a regular source income.
  • There is safety of your principal amount that you have invested
  • They provide interest rate higher than most banks
  • Bond market also faces certain risks such as credit risk which is if the issuing company defaults against payment and the other is the interest rate risk.
  • Interest rate risk and coupon interest of bonds have an inverse relationship. When one rises the other falls and vice versa.
  • Issuing of debts is also better for companies than taking loans from banks

The Indian bond market has witnessed a significant growth in the past few years. This is primarily because of its high liquidity nature. In addition, the increasing stability of the stock market has fuelled the growth of bonds. The mood is upbeat and Indian bonds have been able to get more business within a short span of time in recent years. Compared to China, the Indian bond market is stronger and is profitable as well. Most of the countries have the debt market dominated by the government sector. The bonds are also traded in the secondary market and India has very high turnover ratio compared to the other economies.

India needs to give more exposure to its corporate bond market since it is lagging behind the government bonds. Looking at the growth in the market cap the debt market is expected to cross $ 160 billion by 2018. It’s a very good time to look out for opportunities in debt investment due to falling interest rates and extreme volatility of the stock and commodities & currencies market.

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Answered on 05/03/2017 Financial Planning/Stock Market Trading Financial Planning/Stock Market Trading/Commodities Trading

Hanamant Kullur

Stock Market Trader

If want to Make Handsome Money from the Stock Market Trading then First LEARN it Properly from the Experts. Choose which Segment Will Suits You ( Equity, Future, Options or Commodity) according to your Capital, and Your Mentality. Then Enter the Market with the Help of Your Expert, Make Paper Trading... read more
If want to Make Handsome Money from the Stock Market Trading then First LEARN it Properly from the Experts. Choose which Segment Will Suits You ( Equity, Future, Options or Commodity) according to your Capital, and Your Mentality. Then Enter the Market with the Help of Your Expert, Make Paper Trading for First 7-10 days and Understand about your Strength , Next Start trading with Less Quantity to make sure You can control Your Emotions During the Trades. also it will helps you to Know Proper entry and Exit Points . It would hardly takes 1 months . Then from 2nd Month Start making Rs. 500 - 1 K everyday with proper and Strict Stop Loss. Make Consistent Profit Regularly and Start Increasing every 15 days. This way You Can easily Make You Basic Strategy Stronger and It helps you to Understand the Market very well. Once you do this up to 3 months then I'm sure You will be making Good Money from the Market Every Day. Happy Trading and If You want to Know More about Trading or Want to Learn the Trading from Professional Trader then Feel Free to Contact Me. We are Always Ready to Help Trader who wants to Learn It. read less
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