In India, share markets are broadly classified into Primary Markets and Secondary
Markets. Let us understand the difference between the two.
There are 3 reasons people invest in the share markets in India. Here we are referring
to the secondary markets in particular.
Stock exchange is a platform for investing in shares. You buy and sell shares in
the stock exchange. In the old days you had to go to the ring and execute traders.
However, today you can trade on both the stock exchanges (NSE and BSE) using an
online trading platform by sitting on your computer. You can also trade using your
mobile app. A little more about the 2 stock exchanges in India
The share market plays 3 important roles to help the investors and the brokers.
Brokers are your intermediaries for trading in the share markets. Here are the 3
critical functions that share markets actually perform in India.
Stock markets are share markets are one and the same. In India they were always
referred to as the share market. Stock market is a US term where they refer to equity
as stocks rather than as shares. Both stocks and shares represent a share of the
We normally understand trading as a short term activity in the stock market and
investing as long term investing in stock market. That is broadly correct. However,
it would be better to look at some key differences between trading and investing.
The stock is like your friend, philosopher and guide in the stock market. The stock
broker will not only execute your transaction but also advise on what to buy and
when to buy and sell stocks to help you get good returns. Here are 3 ways stock
brokers add value to you.
Investing in the stock market entails the following steps:
Account opening charges
Power of Attorney (POA) charges
Penal charges for rejection of DIS or DRF
Annual maintenance charges (AMC) billed each year
Charges for debit to the demat account
Penal charges for delayed AMC payment etc.
You can open an online demat account with Tradebulls by using the online demat application
facility. You need to be authenticated by Aadhar and it is advisable that you also
get an in-person verification (IPV) done either via personal visit or through video
It is quite simple. You just need to link the demat account to your trading account
and your bank account and the rest of the process is quite simpler from there on.
You can access your demat account statements online and also give demat instructions
to your broker online.
A demat account is meant to simplify the way you hold and transaction in securities.
You are saved the hassles of maintaining physical certificates, getting physical
transfers done etc. Demat does away with many risks like bad delivery, share certificate
mutilation, duplicate certificates, fake shares etc.
Demat account charges are available on the website of Tradebulls. There is no account
opening charge and the annual maintenance charges are also waived for the first
year in most cases. You are charged demat debit charges but demat credits are free
At Tradebulls, the demat account gives y you a simple account opening process with
the facility to open your account fully online. Tradebulls also offers seamless
connectivity with your trading account and bank account to make all your transactions
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