1. What is the stock market?

Stock market is also known as a securities exchange. It is a place where one can buy, sell, and trade stocks/securities any business day.

2. What is a stock exchange?

It is the most important component of a stock market, where stockbrokers and traders can buy and sell securities.

3. Why do companies issue shares?

Companies issue shares to raise money for their upcoming projects, ventures, growth and expansion. Companies use this money/fund to carry out mega projects and other operations. Company issues different types of shares such as preference shares, ordinary shares, etc.

4. Why do people buy shares?

People buy shares of different companies to make money, as a strategic investment, enhance or diversify their portfolio, and improve their wealth and profit margins. “Buying a business at a bargain price is great. However, buying a good business at a bargain price is even better.”  – Warren Buffett

5. How many ways we can trade in the market?

Today, traders can trade in multiple ways like active and day trading. Active trading is a trading when an investor places ten or more trades per month as per his risk taking capacity. On the other hand, day traders buy and sell stocks in a single trading day.

6. How can you get Returns from the investment?

Return on investment is a financial metric that is used to measure the probability of gaining a return from an investment. How to Calculate ROI-

​              ROI= Current Value of Investment−Cost of Investment/ Cost of Investment

7. What are the different types of Equity Markets?

An equity market is a place, in which shares are issued and traded. It consists of primary market and secondary market. The beauty of these two markets is that they both are beneficial for investors. However, it is essential to understand that investing in equities is a long-term process.

Primary market – In this market, securities are issued for the very first time to public.

Secondary market – It is a well established market place where securities are traded.

Both types of markets can maximize returns and help you to achieve your long-term financial goals. Hence, focus should remain on objectives.

8. What are the main phases of Portfolio management?

According to Investopedia, portfolio management is the art & science of selecting and overseeing a group of investments that meet the long-term financial objectives and risk tolerance of a client, a company, or an institution. It has many phases, such as – security analysis, portfolio analysis, portfolio selection, portfolio revision and evaluation.

“Choosing individual stocks without any idea of what you’re looking for is like running through a dynamite factory with a burning match. You may live, but you’re still an idiot.” – Joel Greenblatt

Portfolio Management is a detailed process and requires extensive study and analysis. It is essential to follow almost all the phases of portfolio management to build wealth. It certainly helps to achieve long-term goals.

9. Explain what is Option trading?

An option is a contract that allows (but doesn’t require) an investor to buy or sell an underlying instrument like a security, ETF or index at a certain price over a certain period of time. –Thestreet. There are two different types of options – call and put options. These options enable the investors to sell or buy securities. Indeed, it help investors to build a large corpus.

10. How much can I trade initially?

You can trade as per your risk taking capacity with any amount. However, to buy and sell stocks, it is essential to open a demat account and trading account.

11. What is the difference between the share market and the commodity market?

The commodity market is like the stock market that allows investors to buy or sell goods. In the commodity market, traders mainly invest in raw materials or primary goods where as in share market traders invest in shares issued by companies to raise money. Both markets provide an opportunity to build wealth.

12. What are Stock Options?

A stock option gives an investor the right to buy or sell a stock at an agreed upon price and date. There are mainly two types of options: Call and Puts.

13. Do you provide Options Trading tips?

Yes, we provide options trading tips to traders.

14. How do you provide tips? By SMS, WhatsApp, Telegram or Phone call?

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15. Which is the most accurate stock tips provider in India?

There are many stock tips providers in India, but when it comes to latest share market news, daily market update, breaking news, trade news and analysis, trading ideas & stock chart analysis, and technical research, we are the best.

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17. What returns can I expect if I take your advisory services?

Our advisory services are accurate and help you to earn seamlessly. Our research and advisory team is highly professional and can guide you at every step.

18. How do I come to know when you buy/Sell/Hold a Stock?

Through our daily stock tips and recommendations.

19. What is your Short-term & long-term service and how is it useful for me?

Long Term Services : Patience is the key & Long Term holding requires Patience as well as good constant study on the industries & sectors which will give you Multi fold returns and meet your financial goals for future

Short Term Services: Stock Market always offer quick gains and opportunities for the one who is always up on toes and ready to grab short term investment ideas, this requires attention and constant watch on the market, which we do as professionals to provide success on your short term goals.

20. Is there any Free-Trial service?

No, as per SEBI guidelines we do not provide free trails but we have free telegram channel which will give complete satisfaction when free trails are concerned.

21. What are QIP's and how to take benefit from the same?

Introduced in 2006 by SEBI, QIP (qualified institutional placement) allows an Indian-listed company to raise capital from domestic markets without the need to submit any pre-issue filings to market regulators. It is common in India and other Southeast Asian countries. The procedure for QIP is faster and simpler than Rights issues etc. One/investors can buy a large chunk of shares at a predefined price and sell the stock at any point of time is one of the major benefits of QIPs.