Indian Share Market For Beginners by Vipin KatsThis basic book share on Indian Share market will help those who are looking to start investing in the stock market..This is written in a simple, easy to understand language to help grasp the basics of the share markets and lead a profitable journey of investing. The book explains in easy manner the various investing avenues that you have, the advantages and disadvantages of each. It gives the overall picture of the Indian market.
Here are some of the topics that are covered in the book:
• Finding and choosing a broker - Online vs traditional broker
• How to invest, how much to invest and investment goals
• The difference between mutual funds, index funds, and ETFs
• How to make your first trade
Quick and easy to read, this will help you start trading and gives you that basic knowlegde that is required before you select a stock to trade
Beginners guide to start investing in stock market
You can get by just fine without understanding the stock market much at all. Stocks are listed on a specific exchange, which brings buyers and sellers together and acts as a market for the shares of those stocks. Need to back up a bit? Read our explainer about stocks. You place your stock trades through the broker, which then deals with the exchange on your behalf. Need a broker?
Investing in stocks is an excellent way to grow wealth. But how do you actually start? Follow the steps below to learn how to invest in the stock market. There are several ways to approach stock investing. Generally speaking, to invest in stocks, you need an investment account.
2. Open an investing account
To make sure we have enough funds to be prepared for the future. Simply earning and saving is not enough. Inflation — the price-rise beast — eats into the value of your money. Investing is the answer to inflation. Read more about the difference between savings and investing and how investing can help you beat the inflation monster. To make up for the loss through inflation, we invest and earn extra. This is the investment fundament.
Investing is a way to set aside money while you are busy with life and have that money work for you so that you can fully reap the rewards of your labor in the future. Investing is a means to a happier ending. Before you commit your money, you need to answer the question, what kind of investor am I? Some investors want to take an active hand in managing their money's growth, and some prefer to "set it and forget it. Brokers are either full-service or discount. Full-service brokers, as the name implies, give the full range of traditional brokerage services, including financial advice for retirement, healthcare and everything related to money.