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The world of Stock Market. Gives the brief of Indian stock market.

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  • 1. THE WORLD OF STOCK MARKET
  • 2. First step into
    Stock market!!!!
  • 3. Things that we would follow
    What is stock market all about
    Their working
    The market functions
    Methods
    Calculations
    New ideas
    End
  • 4.
  • 5. TYPES OF ORGANISATIONS
    PRIVATE
    LIMITED
    PSU’S
  • 6. What is the stock exchange?
    A stock market, or (equity market), is a private or public market for the trading of company stock and derivatives of company stock at an agreed price ; these are securities listed on a stock exchange as well as those only traded privately
  • 7. the world around us
  • 8. Bse-bombay stock exchange
    Situated at the Dalal Streets
    Started in the year 1875
    Annual transaction about 1.79$
    trillion
    Starts from 9:55 am till 3:00 pm
    Has all the companies of India listed
  • 9. SENSEX
    Also known the sensitive index
    The index for the BSE companies
    The index counts on account of
    the “BSE 30” companies
  • 10. National stock exchange
    Mumbai-based stock exchange
    Largest stock exchange in India in terms of daily turnover
    1.46 total turnover
    Trade time same as the BSE
    It is mutually owned
  • 11. S&P CNX NIFTY (NSE)
    The index for the NSE
    Chosen on the basis of “NSE-25”
  • 12. Importance of the market
    Function and purpose
    Relation of the stock market to the modern financial system
    The stock market, individual investors, and financial risk
    The behavior of the stock market
    Irrational behavior
    Crashes
  • 13. INTRODUCTION to the market
    The market for long term securities like bonds,
    equity stocks is divided into PRIMARY MARKET and SECONDARY MARKET.
    • PRIMARY MARKET
    Deals with the new issues of securities.
    • SECONDARY MARKET
    Deals with outstanding securities.
    Also known as “STOCK MARKET”.
  • 14.
  • 15. EQUITY/share MARKET
    STOCK
    1)COMMON STOCKS
    2)PREFERRED STOCKS
    SHARE
    MUTUAL FUNDS
    FACE VALUE/MARKET VALUE/ISSUE VALUE
    PROMOTERS
  • 16. Investment and speculation
    Dealing in securities for purpose of getting a fair return on the investment
    The purchase and sale of securities at the stock exchange is the speculation
  • 17. Types of speculation
    Bull (Tejiwala)
    Bear (Mandiwala)
    Lame Duck (Langda)
    Stag
  • 18. THE FUNCTION
    Stock exchanges
    Brokers
    Registrars
    Depositories and their participants
    Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI)
  • 19. THE MARKET INDEX
    • Stock market indices are the barometer of the stock market.
    • 20. BSE SENSEX,NSE-50 etc are some of the market indices.
    Their usefulness:
    Indices help to recognize broad trends in the market.
    The investor can use the indices to allocate the funds
    rationally among the stocks.
    Technical analysts use these indices to predict the future
    market.
    Indices function as a status report on the general
    economy.
  • 21. WHAT DOES THE INDICES DO?
    These indices have just one job:
  • 22. STOCK PRICES RISES,BUT WHY?
    The price of every stock increases or decreases for the following possible reasons:
    News about company.
    News about the country.
    Exchange rate regime.
    Depends on demand
    and supply for that stock.
    Bank Rate
    Speculation Pressure
  • 23. WHO SELECTS THESE STOCKS
    They are selected by the Index committee.
    Some of the criteria they follow include :
    1)Market capitalization.
    2)Liquidity.
    3)Continuity.
    4)Industry representation.
    5)Listed history.
  • 24. THE SHOWCASE OF THE MARKET
    THE NEWSPAPER
    TELEVISION
    INTERNET
    PHONES
    VERBALLY
  • 25. THE SHOWCASE
  • 26. WHY INVEST IN SHARES?
    Why need I invest?
    So what are the various investment options?
    Why shares?
  • 27. HOW & WHERE TO BUY SHARES
  • 28. CALCULATIONS OF STOCK
  • 29. HOW TO MAKE MONEY
    Patience, profound knowledge.
    Best guess.
    Diversification .
    Portfolio
    management.
  • 30. SEBI-SECURITY EXCHANGE BOARD OF INDIA
    Watches over the trade in India
    Is the judiciary of stock market in India
    Takes active part in making rules
  • 31. The market crisis
  • 32. ROLE IN ECONOMY
    In theory they are required to facilitate, support, enable the healthy growth and functioning of primary markets
    The current focus of thinking on the SENSEX, market capitalization etc.reflects an excessive preoccupation with the secondary market activity.
    Beyond a point, the expansion of the secondary markets may reduce the volume of activity not only on the new issue market but also in the banks, other financial institutions, gold, real estate and commodities.
    The multiple serious problems visiting the stock market caution us against too much optimism and enthusiasm about the stock market.
  • 33. INDIAN MARKET-DRAWBACKS
    Unethical practices.
    Big irrational greed, excessive speculation.
    Lack of protection to interests of the genuine and small
    investors .
    Trading is extremely thin and restricted.
    Structural and organizational imbalance in the growth of the
    stock market.
    Volatility of the market has increased over the years.
  • 34. NEW IDEAS
    Single authority
    Demutualization.
    Prescribing capital adequacy norms.
    Stricter registration of brokers
    Margin requirements
  • 35. queries
    ASK US
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  • 36. THANK YOU

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