face value
After understanding what the stock is, we come to know that all the shares have their own value, and if the stock is listed in the stock market, that Price of the stocks decreases and increases  on daily basis Now let's move forward to know about the Face Value in Stock Market, Every stock also has a PRICE, which is...
mid cap funds
Mid Cap Companies are those Companies having their market Capitalization in between 5000 crore to 20000 crores. People Often say mid-cap companies provide better returns.Mid Cap Companies are less risky, Let us Under this. What are the Mid-cap companies? The mid-cap company, which can be market capitalization of Rs 5000 crore to 20000 crore according to Indian markets.  As the name...
penny stocks india
As for Investment point of view, A stock investor many times heard about Penny Stocks, penny stocks are also called Low Priced stocks. Today, we will talk about Penny stocks? What are PENNY STOCKS? Penny Stocks in the Stock Market are called Stocks, which are generally much lower, and the market capitalization of the Penny Stock Company is also much lower. If you...
Trading vs. Investing
Stock Market Trading is about to buy and sell stocks for a short time of interval in order to get profit by stock price fluctuations. Investing is about buying stocks for a long-term period in order to get profits. Trading In Stock Market Traders make money by buying and selling the stock in a short span of time, knowing the principle...
elss funds scheme
ELSS - Equity Linked Saving Schemes, is a type of equity fund, ELSS funds are tax exempted under section 80C.  Lock-in Period for ELSS funds is 3 years. There are 17 ELSS schemes currently exist in India's mutual fund market with more than 80,000 Crore worth assets under Management. ELSS is a diversified equity mutual fund that invests in most of...
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index funds
What are Index Funds? Index funds are mutual funds or exchange-traded funds (ETF) that are composed to track the performance of a particular index such as Sensex and Nifty. An investor can choose any investing method among two to invest in index funds either by ETF or by the mutual fund. The Sensex as you may aware consists of 30 stocks in proportion to their free-float market...
What is sensex and How it is calculated?
What is Sensex and how it is calculated? Sensex and Nifty are the two major stock indices in India. Let's understand what Sensex is? Sensex stands for Sensitive Index as we know that the Sensex is the primary Indian stock market index, Moreover, it's an indicator of the top 30 companies listed on BSE(Bombay Stock Exchange). Sensex is the oldest stock market index, which...
penny stocks india
As for Investment point of view, A stock investor many times heard about Penny Stocks, penny stocks are also called Low Priced stocks. Today, we will talk about Penny stocks? What are PENNY STOCKS? Penny Stocks in the Stock Market are called Stocks, which are generally much lower, and the market capitalization of the Penny Stock Company is also much lower. If you...
pe ratio
The P/E Ratio or ‘Price to earnings' ratio is the ratio between a stock market price and the company’s earnings from a share. PE Ratio is the way to know that the share of the company's income per share is the proportion of the share market. To know the PE ratio, first of all, EPS means that the share per...
what are debt funds
"Debt" the word itself means loan. Debt funds invest in government and corporate fixed-income securities. These include Corporate Bond, Government Securities, Treasury Bills, Money Market Institutions and many other types of debt securities. Investing in a company's equity shares, It's like a buying the stake for that company's growth. However, when you buy a debt fund, you give a loan to the...