Advantages and Disadvantages of Mutual Funds

Advantages and Disadvantages of Mutual Funds
Mutual fund is most reliable than stock market. If you have not knowledge of stock market then you will go throgh with mutual fund. Here you will choose any one mutual fund as you like and invest some amount. But just as there are pros and cons everywhere, mutual funds also have advantages and disadvantages. Before investing in a mutual fund, let us know Advantages and Disadvantages of Mutual Funds.

Advantages of Mutual Funds

It is clear that Mutual Fund gives relatively lower return than Stock, then why someone should go for Mutual Fund? The answer is very simple. If you invest in stock, you have to analyze the volatility, risk involvement, worthiness of the stock and decide your investment. You have to manage your fund. For becoming a good fund analyzer or fund manager you need considerable knowledge and experience. Risk is higher if you are not competent enough in taking investment decision.
Stock Market Basics for Beginners - Lesson No. 1 in Stock Market Classes

Lesson No. 1 in Stock Market Classes - Stock Market Basics for Beginners

Friends, in this stock market classes, today I will teach you how to do fundamental analysis of Stock Market Basics for Beginners. I will show you how I do fundamental analysis and how you can analyze the stock with the help of ticker is a new stock analysis tool.
Stock Market Investing Guide for Beginners
Stock Market Investing Guide for Beginners
In this article you will get full information about investing from starting. This is useful information for who want to enter in stock market beginners.

Share Purchase Plans

Most investors today go ecstatic when the company they have been investing in comes out with share purchase plans.
Stock Market For Beginners - How can Beginners Start Investing in Share Market

Question About Stock Market For Beginners is common- How can Beginners Start Investing in Share Market? 

When the 10-year-olds peaked the shares and compared to them, the chartered accountants also peaked the shares. So 10-year-olds peaked more better stocks and earned more money. How did these 10-year-olds know further. I will give tips of Stock Market For Beginners.

It is said that if the base is good then the building becomes good. So today I will strengthen your stock market base so that you can earn so much money that you have a lot of your own building.
What is SENSEX and NIFTY - Share Market for Beginners
Today, the Sensex is down 100 points, tomorrow up 100 points, sometimes the Nifty is down 50 points, someday up, every day these Sensex and Nifty are up and down. So many times you will have a question in your mind that what does this Sensex and Nifty represent? How are they made? Why are they up and down? Why is it the region that is fluent every day? So today I will explain everything about what is SENSEX and NIFTY, why they have daily movement and how you have to interpret them so that you can take the better decisions on the basis of their movement.

How to analyze the stock or company?

how to analyze the stock company
What is Fundamental analysis?

Fundamental analysis is basically done for long term and midterm investment which is also called as delivery based investment or trading.

The main important aim behind is to study and understand the company in which you are planning to invest your hard earned money and get excellent returns.
Generally hard core fundamental analysis is very and is out of the scope of this website, but if you are interested to learn then please contact us and we will provide you appropriate resources to study the same.

Investment Types of Stock Market

investment types of stock market
What is the meaning of Short Term Trading or investing?

Share trading done from one week to couple of months is called short term.

Basically technical analysis is used for short term trading. But as it there is no any fixed criteria for trading some traders even do short term trading based on news, Company’s announcements of quarterly results, news of merger and acquisitions etc

Different types of Share trading

Day trading and Delivery trading (it is also called as investing) are the two main types of share trading.

Day trading :

Buying and selling of shares on daily basis is called day trading; this is also called as Intraday trading. Whatever you buy today you have to sell it today OR whatever you sell today you have to buy it today and very importantly during market hours that is between 9.15 am to 3.30 pm (Indian time).

In day trading, brokers provide margin to do trading. Means you get extra amount for day trading. Suppose if you have 10,000 rupees in your account then you can buy and sell shares worth rupees 40,000(four times more – basically margin amount depends on your broker).

Different Methods of Buying and Selling

Different Methods of Buying and Selling of sharesLet us learn about different methods of buying and selling of shares in stock market for beginners learning series. 

Following are the two methods of buying and selling of shares in Indian share market.
  1. Market Order 
  2. Limit Order
Market Order

When you put buy or sell price of a stock at market rate or select market order option in trading terminal then the price get executes at the current rate of market. The market order gets executed immediately at the current available price.

In market order the shares will get executed at the best current available price. Market order is used if you want to execute your order very fast and at available price.

If you wish to buy or sell shares at any specific price then market orders is not suitable for you then have to go for limit order.  Market order is for those who want to buy or sell immediately at the current available price.

important terms in share marketStock trading for beginners : Important terms in share market and in share trading. In this post You will get knowledge of share market terms. Like Open, High, Low, Close, Volume orders like Buying and selling of shares, Share Trading, Transaction, Squaring off, Limit, Market, Stop Loss Orders etc.

Terms Description
Open The first price at which the stock opens when market opens in the morning.
High The stock price reached at the highest level in a day.
Low The stock price reached the lowest level in a day.
Close The stock price at which it remains after the end of market timings or the final price of the stock when the market closes for a day.