Bom­bay Stock Ex­change

Must-Know Things and More

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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

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