What is equity trading Services?

  • Equity trading occurs if a corporation uses equity, loans, bonds, or preferred stock to incur new debt.
  • Equity investing is a financial mechanism in which debt creates profits for a company's shareholders.
  • The added risk associated with stock trading is why, in order to make the best possible investment decisions, an equity trader does continuous research and market analysis.
  • The New York Stock Exchange, Nasdaq, Tokyo Stock Exchange, Shanghai Stock Exchange, and Euronext Europe are some of the world's largest equity markets or stock markets.
  • An equity market is a type of equity funding in which, in return for money, a business gives up a certain percentage of ownership.
  • In the equity market, by offering a certain price, investors bid for stocks, and sellers ask for a particular price. A sale occurs when these two prices match.

Benefits of equity trading:-

Good ROI on equity trading:-

  • Equity securities offer potentially higher returns on investment (ROI) than debt securities, but an inherently higher risk is correlated with a potentially higher return. The equity market is also a lot more volatile than the market for debt securities.

Liquidity via stocks to cash:- 

  • You can easily invest in stocks with cash and it's easily convertible in the cash once you get your desired ROI. 

Diversification:- 

  • With ease, you can enhance your portfolio via investing in stocks of the different companies. And, through that, the possibility of risk gets lower and helps you to diversify your hard-earned money. 

So, What are you waiting for? Invest in stocks now and double your money and diversify your portfolio.

How to invest equity trading ?


To start investing in equity you need a Demat account:- 

Demat Account:- 

If there is a digital locker for the equity securities, It would be a Demat account.  With a Demat account, everything is sorted with the very few steps you can invest in your favorite company. And, Everything is available in the paperless format. The Demat account is intended to hold securities purchased through a trading account and transfers are made through the related bank account.

The behaviour of the price movement of a stock is said to predict its future movement. One such approach is called technical analysis and is based on the historical movements of the individual stocks as well as the indices. Their belief is that by plotting the price movements over time, they can discern certain patterns which will help them to predict the future price movements of the stocks. On the other hand we have "fundamental analysis", where the forecasting is done on the basis of economic, industry and company data. Technical analysis is used more as a supplement to fundamental analysis rather than in isolation.

When company is buying back shares from the existing share holder through tender route. Shares are to be transferred to the broker. Broker then has to submit bid at the exchange level platform.

Exchange(s) The Exchange(s) where the Promoters decide to offload their holding. Sellers (i) All promoter(s)/ promoter group entities of such companies that are eligible for trading and are required to increase public shareholding to meet the minimum public shareholding requirements. (ii) All promoter(s)/ promoter group entities of top 100 companies based on average market capitalization of the last completed quarter. Buyers All investors registered with the brokers of the aforementioned stock exchanges other than the promoter(s)/ promoter group entities

BULK DEAL With a view to imparting transparency in BULK Deal so as to prevent rumors/speculation about deals causing volatility in the Security prices, disclosures shall be made with respect to all transactions in Security where total quantity of shares brought/sold is more than 0.5% of the number of equity shares of the company listed on the stock exchange. BLOCK DEAL In order to facilitate execution of large trades, a separate trading window is provided. A trade, with a minimum quantity of 5,00,000 shares or minimum value of Rs.5 crore executed through a single transaction on this separate window of the stock exchange will constitute a BLOCK Deal. The Stock Exchanges shall disseminate the information of BLOCK Deal such as the name of the Security, name of the client, quantity of shares brought/sold, traded price, etc to the general public on the same day, after the market hours.

Corporate Actions are for BONUS / STOCK SPLIT / RIGHTS / DIVIDENDS / INTERIM DIVIDENDS. Bonus issues. Instead of cash dividends, investors receive dividends in the form of a stock. The investor receives more shares when a bonus issue is announced. For example, when there is a bonus issue in the ratio of 1:1, the number of shares owned by an investor would double in number. However, the market price of the share would decrease as well. At times the decrease might not be proportionate to the extent of the bonus because market players might push the price up if they view the bonus issue as a positive development. Some companies might announce bonus issues to bring the market price of their share to a more popular range and also promote active trading by increasing the number of outstanding shares. Stock splits. Whenever a stock split occurs, the company ends up with more outstanding shares which will not only have a lower market price but also lower par value. Stock splits are prompted when the company thinks its stock price has risen to a level that is out of the "popular trading range". For example, X corporation has 1 million outstanding shares. The par value is Rs.10 and the current market price is Rs.1000 per share. If the management feels this price is resulting in a decrease in trading volumes, they can declare a 1-for-1 split. By doing this, there will be 2 million outstanding shares with a par value of Rs.5 and a theoretical market price of Rs.500 per share. Sometimes when the market price is very low, the company might announce a "reverse split" which has the opposite effect of the normal stock split. In the case of splits, there is no change in the reserves and surplus of the company unlike the bonus issue. Right Issues. Rights are issued to existing share holders of the company. For Example a company market price is Rs. 100/- right are issued in the ratio of 1:1 at Rs. 50/-. Dividends / Interim Dividends. Dividend is the payment made by corporation to its shareholder members. It is the portion of corporate profits paid out to share holders To receive a dividend you must buy the stock before the ex-dividend date and hold the stock until at least the ex-dividend date. Ex Date information is available on stock exchange websites in Coroporate Actions.

In a Rolling Settlement, trades executed during the day are settled based on the net obligations for the day.Presently the trades pertaining to the rolling settlement are settled on a T+2 day basis where T stands for the trade day. Hence, trades executed on a Monday are typically settled on the following Wednesday (considering 2 working days from the trade day).The funds and securities pay-in and pay-out are carried out on T+2 day.

Session Time Action
Order Entry Period 9:00am - 9:07/08am Random stoppage between 7th and 8th minute
Dissemination of Indicative Price, Cumulative buy & sale Quantity & Indicative Index
Uniform price band of 20% is applicable
Order Matching & Confirmation Period 9:08am - 9.12am No Order Addition/Modification/Cancellation
Opening price determination, order matching and trade confirmation & trade confirmation
Buffer Period 9:12am - 9:15am To facilitate transition between pre open and continuous trading session
Continuous Trading Session 9:15am – 3:30pm Trades occur continuously as orders match at time/price priority
Post Closing 03.40pm- 04.00 p.m Trades occur only on the closing price which is pre determined as market closes.

Always visit Stock exchange websites for any information. Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) : www.bseindia.com National Stock Exchange (NSE) www.nseindia.com.

Stocks can be bought or sold through stock exchanges. Always deal registered brokers and sub brokers. Orders can be placed by calling over the phone/ mobile trading / online trading.

Money can be made in different ways from the purchase of shares: By receiving dividends; By the value of the shares increasing from the price at which they were first purchased. Then they can be sold at a higher price back to the stock market.

Security market is a market where securities are issued and traded. It is the market for different types of securities namely: Debt, Equity and Derivatives. Equity market is divided into two parts : Primary market - Secondary market. Derivatives market is also divided into two parts: - Options market - Futures market

    If you want to invest in the equity market via online trading platforms you must have a Demat account.  If you have one its good but, if not then click here and claim your Demat account to start investing in equity online. 

    For Demat account you need following documents:- 

    • Voter’s identity card
    • Registered lease agreement
    • Driver’s license
    • Passport
    • Aadhaar card
    • Landline telephone bill
    • Electricity bill
    • Apartment maintenance bill
    • Ration card
    • Bank passbook or account statement (not older than 3 months from the date of receipt of documents)

    After this follow the process and you are all set to for online equity trading. 

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