Bombay Stock Exchange
Must-Know Things and More
Once upon a time, only traders who understood the markets used to invest in stocks. Now even common people do it – all that they need is a demat account. With the easy option of trading online, the number of investors is only increasing. However, the expectation of major returns from stocks may turn out to be unrealistic if one is not informed and has little knowledge of how to go about investing and trading. This write-up is ConsumerVoice’s attempt to share fundamentals about the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) in order to empower consumers investing in stocks.
Although investing in stocks is not like entering the boxing ring, it is certainly not a cakewalk either and there are many risks involved. So, the first thing you must know is the safeguards that need to be adhered to by investors.
Selecting the Broker/Sub-Broker
You must only deal with a broker or a sub-broker registered with Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI). The list of registered brokers can be procured from the members list published by the Exchange on its website www.bseindia.com