Stock Market Course for Beginners

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Stock Market Course for Beginners

Delhi Institute of Computer Courses has designed this free online stock market course for beginners so that they would have basic understanding of stock market before actually join the stock market training. If you are a fresher and looking to make your career in the field of stock market than you should have clear understanding of the stock market basics. Therefore, below are the most common and most basic questions and answers that should be clear to you before joining the stock market course. So, go through the stock market course for beginners and get the basic knowledge of stock market.

Basic Questions and Answers for stock market beginner

What is Stock Market?

Stock Market or Share Market means the different markets and exchanges where the buying and selling of shares take place. These shares are of different companies which are registered in this market. Unlike the physical market, this is the online market where the financial buying, selling and delivery of shares take place.

What are career options in Stock Market?

The stock market course has variety of career options for beginners as well for the experienced ones. A stock market course for beginners will make you certified by National stock exchange (NSE) as equity dealer, stock broker or sub-broker, technical analyst, investment and financial advisors, research analyst, or you can also work as portfolio manager.

What is a Company?

A company is defined as an authorized organization consist of group of individuals to engaged and operate a commercially oriented business to achieve the desired goals of enhancing business.

How Stock Market Works?

You might be wondering that how this stock market is actually working. It is much similar to as an auction house is operating. The share market allows the buyers and sellers to meet up at one platform and thus can also place bids, negotiate prices and making trades.

A company can register its share on the network of exchanges such as on New York stock exchange or on national stock exchange etc. The process of listing share in the exchange can be start with the process known as initial public offering (IPO). The investors are then invited to buy and sell those stocks to raise the money to further enhance the business.

What is an IPO?

As told earlier also, IPS stands for initial public offering in which a private company would become public company by allowing its shares to be publicly available for the investors for the first time. A privately owned company in this manner would become public company by granting its shares to the public and the normal public start trading in its shares. They can start buy and sell in the shares of the company. It is through the process of IPO, the company gets itself listed first time in the stock exchange.

How to Launch an IPO?

In order to launch its IPO, the company most of the times hires an investment bank to properly handle the IPO. The company in collaboratively work with the investment bank works out for the financial details of IPO through an underwriting agreement. Once the underwriting agreement prepared, they file the registration statement with SEC. SEC properly go through the information provided to them and if they find everything under legal, they allows the company to announce the launch of an IPO.

What is the Difference between Trader and Investor?

Trading is the process of keeping the shares for a short span of time for example keeping it for a week or many a times for a day only which is known as intra-day trading. Traders keep or hold the shares on short-term basis and sell it out if they get good returns in day or two whereas an investor invest its money for some years or even decades.

Trader closely watch the price movements of stocks in the market frequently and as the price of the stock goes higher, a trader might sell it out but it requires a trader to be sure that the price of the stock will soon rise and the timings of entry and exit point are very important in intra-day trading. On the other hand, an investor is creating wealth gradually by compounding interest and dividend over a long period of time by holding top-notch and quality stocks that trade in the market.

Whether you are a long-term investor or short term trader, both involves risks but comparatively the risk on short term trading is higher than long-term investment but at the same time long-term investments gives minimum returns as compared to short term trading. Daily fluctuation in the price of stocks didn’t impact much on quality stock investments if you invest at longer period of time.

What is NSE, BSE and what is NIFTY, SENSEX?

National Stock Exchange (NSE) or Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) are the stock exchanges where the stock brokers or traders do have the facility to buy or sell securities like shares, bonds or other financial things using the electronic trading platform.

National Stock Exchange (NSE) was founded in 1992 and Bombay Stock Exchange was the oldest stock exchanges in Asia and was founded in 1875.

Nifty50: Nifty50 is the short-form for National Stock Exchange 50 quality stocks. 

Sensex: Sensex is derived from the words “sensitive” and “index” and it comprises of top quality 30 stocks.

Nifty50 and Sensex are said to be the base for Indian stock market and if they go up whole market might go up and if they go down then whole market will go down. Moving up and down of the stock market depends on so many political and economic factors.

There are other stock exchanges in India as well such as India international exchange (India INX), Calcutta stock exchange ltd., Metropolitan stock exchange of India ltd., and NSE IFSC Ltd.

Once you clear the basic of stock market course as a beginners, you can also join DICC stock market courses. We are one of the best institutes in Delhi for stock market courses in delhi.

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