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Trading Truth

Trading Myths and Real Truth Have you ever come across some trading myths and real truth about the stock market? We will discuss about this here. Always remember that if you believe in thes myths which are followed by the bulk of traders, it would restrict your chances in making significant trading profits. You should however be aware of the stock market if you wish to

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21 April 2009

click here for PDF NEWSLETTER 21 April 2009 Daily Market Outlook: 21 April 2009 It started as a good day for the Indian equity markets as both the leading indices managed to trade in green but the market could not sustain the higher levels moving southward in the second half to close in red. While Sensex closed at 10979.50 (Down 43.59 Points) Nifty closed

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Daily Market Outlook:23 April 2009

If not open Click here www.moneymantrastock.com Daily Market Outlook:23 April 2009 It was a highly volatile day for the Indian equity markets. Both the leading Indices opened in green on account of strong recovery made by the US markets and good opening of Asian markets. But it could not sustain the gains and crumbled in the afternoon session. While Sensex closed at 10817.54 (Up 80.57 points) Nifty

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What are the segments of Securities Market?

The securities market has two interdependent segments: the primary (new issues) market and the secondary market. The  primary market provides the channel for sale of new securities while the secondary market deals in securities previously issued.     Get Live Intraday BTST Short Term Research Call on Mobile , Yahoo , Chat : visit: www.moneymantrastock.com   for Commodity Research call Visit : www.thecommodityline.com


What factors determine interest rates?

When we talk of interest rates, there are different types of interest rates -rates that banks offer to their depositors, rates that they lend to their borrowers,the rate at whichtheGovernment borrows in the Bond/Government Securities market, rates offered to investors in small savings schemes like NSC, PPF, rates at which companies issue fixed  deposits etc. The factors which govern these interest rates are mostly economy related and are

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What is a Derivative?

Derivative is a product whose value is derived from the value of one or more basic variables, called underlying. The underlying asset can be equity, index, foreign exchange (forex), commodity or any other asset.  Derivative products initially emerged as hedging devices against fluctuations in commodity prices and commodity-linked derivatives remained the sole form of such products for almost three hundred years. The financial  derivatives

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How Technical Analysis is differ than Fundamental Analysis ?

Technical Analysis is a method of evaluating future security prices and market directions based on statistical analysis of variables such as trading volume, price changes, etc., to identify patterns. A stock market term – The attempt to look for numerical trends in a random function. The stock market used to be filled with technical analysts deciding what to buy and sell, until it was

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Choosing a broker: Do’s and Don’ts

For most Indian retail investors, equity markets have remained an enigma (read: confusion) for a long time now. Successive scams and misdeeds over the last decade have left investors in the lurch. Not surprisingly, the percentage of household savings invested in equity and related instruments has declined sharply in the last decade. Among various market participants, brokers play a very vital role as a

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Equity trading

What is equity trading? It is simply buying and selling of equities. However, unlike other commodities, equities are not traded everywhere, and are traded only in special market places called exchanges.


What is the difference between the Primary Market and the Secondary Market?

In the primary market, securities are offered to public for subscription for the purpose of raising capital or fund. Secondary market is an equity trading venue in which already existing/pre-issued securities are traded among investors. The secondary market comprises of broad segments such as Equity, Debt and Derivatives. Equity shares are the most widely traded form of securities. There are various ways in which

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