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The Indian economy is one of the fastest growing global markets in the world. Stock exchanges of the country fuel a large portion of the economy’s growth. A large number of the new companies formed in the country source their capital through stock issue. The trading mechanism of the Indian stock market is more or less similar to that of the US or European stock markets except with minor differences that any new investor can pick up little practice and experience. The country’s securities transactions are monitored by Securities Exchange Board of India, a governmental organization set up to ensure investor protection and safeguarding from fraudulent and spurious trade transactions.
In India, a lion share of stock transactions are transacted through the BSE and NSE. BSE (Bombay Stock Exchange) set up in 1875 is the oldest in the country and perhaps the world which initially started its operations under the shade of banyan trees. Today the BSE is one of the strongest stock exchanges in India that uses high tech computer software platform for facilitating trading transactions. The NSE was set up in 1992 and commenced trading in 1994. Within the span of a decade the stock exchange has garnered a large share of the trading pie in the country. It has also gained specialization in trading derivatives. NSE and BSE together handle stocks of about 5200 companies. Apart from BSE and NSE, India has about 20 or more stock exchanges specialized in regional stock trading.
Beginning a trading transaction is fairly easy in India. Any individual with PAN card and bank account can commence trading within a short span of time. However, before commencing the trade investors have to open a trading account and demat account with any bank in the country to process the proceeds of the trading business. As for trading stocks, they can begin by building a portfolio based on leading stocks as listed by NSE equity tips. NSE uses the S&P Nifty index to determine the stock position each day. The index consists of 50 shares listed in the stock exchange belonging to a spectrum of companies from diverse sectors. The index was set up in 1996 and has been a steady parameter of stock performance in NSE since then.
India holds great promise for the future as an investment hub. The country is soon to emerge as a manufacturing economy apart from the service economy that it was until now. With large amounts of savings that a stashed away as gold or other immovable property, the opening of the market can lead to better investment opportunities for investors with capital. They can cast their inhibitions of selecting stocks as NSE equity tips can help in identifying the stocks that have the possibility of growth in the future. Foreign investors are also allowed to invest in Indians stocks subject to certain conditions laid down by SEBI. Various financial tools like GDRs, ADRs, ETFs, etc. makes it easy for foreign retail investors to invest in Indian stocks.
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