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Investment

  1. 1. Investment
  2. 2. Why Should you Invest?Earn Return on Your Idle Resources Provision for Uncertain Future Reduce The Impact of Inflation
  3. 3. Investment Opportunity Mutual IPO’s Funds Futures & Shares OptionsCommodity Currency
  4. 4. Savings of Household in Securities Market
  5. 5. Overview on Securities Market
  6. 6. Type of Securities Market Primary IPO’s,FPOSecurities Market Market Secondary NSE/BSE Market
  7. 7. Primary MarketsProvide opportunity to raise capital from Public Channel for sale of new securities Securities Issued at Fixed Price or Book Building
  8. 8. Resources Mobilization from Primary Markets
  9. 9. Secondary MarketSecurities are Listed in Stock ExchangePlace where trades are metbetween Buyers & Sellers
  10. 10. Types of Trades in Secondary Market Shares Cash Segments ETFSecondary Markets Index/Stocks Derivative Futures Segments Index/Stocks Options
  11. 11. Mechanism of Securities Market
  12. 12. Business Growth in Capital Segment
  13. 13. Business Growth in F&O Segment
  14. 14. Product wise Trading Volumes
  15. 15. Return From Equity Market Average Return (Approx 25%) 100 80 60 40Return% 20 0 -20 -40 -60 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 NIFTY 14.89 67.15 12.31 23.89 -36.19 73.8 SENSEX 16.14 73.73 15.8 19.68 -37.94 84.9
  16. 16. Types of Trades in Stock Exchanges Futures Shares /Options Exchange Traded Currency Funds (ETF’s)
  17. 17. How to Participate in Securities Market ? • Demat & Trading Account1 with Stock - Broker • Bank Account2 • Pan Card3
  18. 18. Players in Securities Markets DII’s HNI (Domestic (High Net Institutional worth Investors) Investors) FII’s (Foreign RetailInstitutional Investors Investors) Players
  19. 19. Methods of Trade Execution Desktop Phone call Softwares (T-PIN) Mobile Website Trading
  20. 20. Types of Trading IntradayPositional Calls (BTST or STBT) Short Term Deliveries Long term Deliveries
  21. 21. Trading Cost BROKERAGE Cash Segment Futures OptionsIntraday 0.03% on Each Side 2.5% on 0.03% on Premium Value Contract Value or Rs 100Delivery 0.30% on (Each Side) Whichever is Each Side More
  22. 22. Taxes on TradingCharges Applicable Intraday Delivery Futures Service Tax On Brokerage 10.30% 10.30% 10.30%Turnover Tax On Turnover 0.0035% 0.0035% 0.002% Stamp Duty On Turnover 0.002% 0.01% 0.002% STT On Turnover 0.025% 0.125% 0.017% (Selling side) (Both side)Education Cess On Tax Amount 2% 2% 2% Higher On Education Cess 1% 1% 1%Education Cess Total Tax 0.034% 0.17% 0.024%
  23. 23. Taxes on IncomeInvestment Income Head TaxableShares(Cash Capital Gain Long Term-20% Segment) Short Term-15% Futures & Income from According to Slab Options Business & ProfessionMutual Fund Capital Gain Long Term-20% Short Term-15%
  24. 24. Source of Trading Information Business Business News Newspaper Channel Informational Research Websites Report Technical Analysis
  25. 25. Important Websiteswww.nseindia.comwww.bseindia.comwww.sebi.gov.inwww.nsdl.com
  26. 26. Tips of Successful Trading• Know your trading style• Discipline (No over leverage)• Always use stop loss for capital protection• Plan your trade & stick to plans.• Avoid regular trading• Understand the industry where investing
  27. 27. Have a nice day!!!

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