STOCK MARKET: An Emerging Market

Kartik Jain

Abstract


This chapter explores how stock market gains the importance from last 5 to 6 years. A stock market is an aggregation of buyers and sellers of stocks which represent ownership claims on businesses; these may include securities listed on a public stock exchange as well as those only traded privately. This is the very good source of income for the retired persons who invest their money in the most productive way. It is a very safe for investing money as all the procedure are now become online so there is a less or no chance of fraud. For this in India there is an independent body who works for this which is SEBI (Securities and Exchange Board of India) it is governed by the Parliament of India. Now a days the certificate of shares are transferred in an electronic form in the demat account of the shareholder with effect from April 1st 2003, the reason behind that in physical form they bear the risk of loosed, torned, teared etc. For this online procedure are introduced by the SEBI or Government of India. For this purpose two depositiries are also there who are opened the demat account of the investors which are NSDL (National Securities Depository Limited) and second is CDSL (Central Depository Service Limited). These both are the government authorized and its process becomes simple and online with effect from April 1st 2003. The stock market is the very good platform for startups who take initiative to start their idea and they also arranged funds from this and this will help in our Make in India program and take this program on hike. In India there are total 21 stock exchanges are there now the question arises what is stock exchange? It is a place where stocks are traded or exchanged. Out of 21 only two are main or well known exchanges which are BSE (Bombay Stock Exchange) and NSE (National Stock Exchange). There headquarters or main offices are in the Economic Capital of India that is Mumbai (Maharashtra). From this paper I will tell that it is the game of speculation but it is a legal. It is a very good platform to invest the money and it is a safer. For this our government takes initiative to promote this as more people can invest their money and promote the MAKE IN INDIA CAMPAIGN. 


Keywords


Fraud, Government, Make In India, Stock Exchange, Stock Market

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References


“Day To Day Economics”: Satish Y. Deodhar.

“Fundamental Analysis For Investors”: Raghu Palat.

“How To Select A Stock”: Kritesh Abhishek.

“Make In India”: Dr. Alok Kumar Goyal.

“Startup Sutra”: Rohit Prasad.

“The Intelligent Investor”: Benjamin Graham.


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