Share Trading

Share Trading

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Share Trading

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Trading shares means buying and selling the shares of companies that are listed on the stock exchange in order to make money. Buying and selling stocks through an online platform is known as online share trading. The online trading account makes it simple to buy and sell stocks, mutual funds, bonds, and other securities.

Types of Share Trading

Day Trading

Day Trading

This involves buying and selling stocks in a single day. Day traders hold stock for minutes or hours. A trader in such a transaction must close before the market closes. It's used to profit from small NAV fluctuations.

Swing Trading

Swing Trading

Swing traders profit from short-term market patterns and trends. In swing trading, a trade can last anywhere from one to seven days. It involves analysing short-term trends to gauge market patterns for the trade.

Momentum Trading

Momentum Trading

In momentum trading, traders select stocks that are breaking out or will break out. Trend direction influences traders' trading decisions. If momentum is rising, the trader will make more money by selling. When stocks fall, traders buy them at a discount.

Delivery Trading

Delivery Trading

Delivery trading is a long-term trading strategy where investors buy and hold stocks. Delivery trading doesn't allow margin. In this type of trading, investors pay the full price for stocks.

Fundamental Trading

Fundamental Trading

Fundamental analysis is used by investors to find stocks. They pay special attention to company and financial events. Fundamental traders hold long enough positions to move stock prices.

Technical Trading

Technical Trading

Technical trading is centered on studying price trends. They time the market using graphs and data. Technical trading is riskier than positional or fundamental trading. Traders should study charts and graphs for market insights.

How does Share Trading work

  1. The companies submit a draft offer document with the SEBI, which includes information about the company.
  2. Upon approval, the company offers its shares to investors via an initial public offering (IPO) on the primary market.
  3. The Company may issue and allot shares to some or all of the investors who placed bids during the IPO.
  4. The shares are then listed on the stock exchange (secondary market) to enable trading.

Benefits of Share Trading

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Higher Returns

Opportunities for a constantly improving return in a relatively short period of time.

Diversification

Investing in multiple companies is a great way to increase your market position and profits.

Minority Ownership

The ability to vote and express an opinion at the corporate level is a key benefit of minority ownership.

Share Trading

How does Share Trading work

  1. The companies submit a draft offer document with the SEBI, which includes information about the company.
  2. Upon approval, the company offers its shares to investors via an initial public offering (IPO) on the primary market.
  3. The Company may issue and allot shares to some or all of the investors who placed bids during the IPO.
  4. The shares are then listed on the stock exchange (secondary market) to enable trading.

Comparison of Share Trading with Algo Trading

SHARE TRADING ALGO TRADING
Manual trades are executed at the current available price. Automatic trades are made at the best possible time and price.
Correct trade timing is challenging and might cause price changes prior to execution. Trades are timed properly to prevent significant price changes.
Scanning the market for multiple instruments at once is not an option. Scanning the market with multiple instruments at once.
A manual strategy's backtesting is challenging. Backtesting can be done quickly and easily.
Errors can result from human emotions. No possibility of making errors based on human emotions.
FAQ

The stock market trades company shares. Markets trade index futures, index options, stock futures, stock options, VIX futures, etc. Equity and derivatives are traded on stock markets.

SEBI regulates India's capital markets. SEBI regulates exchanges, brokers, investment bankers, investors, sub brokers, analysts, distributors, rating agencies, etc. It ensures market integrity and protects retail investor interests.

Typically, a company's stock price is based on its growth prospects and profitability. The market assigns a stock's P/E ratio based on its appeal. Demand, supply, and news impact stock prices.

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