Share Bazaar popularly known as Stock Market/Satta Bazaar, is one of the most popular earning platform across the globe. In fact, every one of us is aware of us is aware of the term share market and has desire to earn money from it, but very few people have the courage to enter and reap its benefits. In India, Share Bazaar is often confused with gambling. Most of our grandparents taught us to stay away from Share Bazaar. The reason being that share bazaar is very volatile and risky and constantly tests your patience. Although it may be treated as risky but one can’t deny the fact that there is plenty of scope for earning. Share Bazaar is a platform for earning/ accumulating wealth from wealth. There are numerous persons who have created huge amount of wealth from share market; the most popular them is Warren Buffet. Investing/trading in Share market has become very easy these days.
If anyone don’t know how to invest in share bazaar, after going through this article you will know about share market and how to enter share market and why to enter share market. Lets first know about term Share Market. Share market is nothing but simply a market where shares of listed companies are bought or sold. Besides, shares, it also deals with bonds and debentures. The first Stock Exchange in India was started in Bombay when “Native Share Brokers Association” Known as BSE (Bombay Stock Exchange) was formed.BSE is India’s oldest known Stock Exchange. With time, many more stock exchanges emerged, but all regional stock exchanges lost their relevance after the emergence of National Stock Exchange (NSE). The Stock Exchange in India is controlled by SEBI (Securities and Exchange Board of India).
In order to enter Share Market, one requires demat/trading account, which is mandatory for buying and selling of shares of listed companies. Demat and trading account in India can be opened in a day with just few simple steps. Demat/trading account opening is completely online and requires just few minutes. In India, there are many platforms that provides the facility of Demat/trading account, but Zerodha and Upstox are two the most popular platforms in India for Share Bazaar. For opening a Demat/trading account in India, one have to fulfill following conditions:
Must be a citizen of India.
Must have attained the age of 18 years,
Must have a valid PAN card,
Must have a valid Bank account number, a cancelled Cheque,
Must have a valid Phone number linked with Aadhar Card.
Must have a valid Aadhar Card.and valid Email ID.
These demat/trading account charges some fees annually ranging from Rs 200-300 as maintenance charges. The bank account is linked with this demat/trading account and one can transfer money only through bank which is linked with the demat/trading account through UPI payments or net banking. One can buy share from the money available in the demat/trading account wallet. When share is sold, the money will come in the demat/trading account which is then withdrawn to the linked bank account.
Click for a new account in Zerodha
Click for a new account in Upstox
Why to Invest in Share Market:
One has to invest in Share Market as it a good platform for wealth creation and accumulation. Although being risky Share Bazaar provides better returns than most Govt. Schemes (Fixed Returns, Public Provident Funds etc) provides one must have patience and long term approach and vision. It is a good source of passive income. If money is invested in emerging or growing or blue chip companies, one can enjoy good returns and earn while sleeping as well.
In order to reap good returns on investment, one has to invest in Blue chip companies or fundamentally strong companies as these companies are consistent performers and consistent compounders in the long run. While investing in share market one has to avoid investing huge amount being a beginner. One has to gradually increase investments with time and learn from one’s mistake. Avoid investing huge amount in penny stocks as these are highly risky. Invest with the surplus amount only and avoid loans for investments. Ignore others opinion for investments. Don’t invest heavily in one stock, rather invest in different stocks as per one’s budget.
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