Here are the few interesting stats from SEBI in its recent Discussion Paper on Growth and Development of Equity Derivative Market in India which gives a fair understanding about participation in NSE Equity derivative markets.
Quarter Sigma Order Size is the order size (price x Volume) required for the stock price movement of 1/4th of Standard deviation of the stock price and it should be greater than Rs10 lakh. Higher the Quarter Sigma order Size means higher the liquidity and tougher for stock operators to manipulate the stock price movements to some extent.
SEBI( Securities and Exchange Board of India) has very recently changed its rules and regulations of crowdfunding. If you do not have any idea on the term crowdfunding, it is worth to mention that the term crowdfunding refers to the solicitation of funds from several investors. This process is done through various social networking sites or web based platform to accomplish a particular project or social cause or any business venture.
The career of investment advisors comes with great demand. They are the professional that provides exclusive assistance to the clients when the main area of concern is related with the financial matters. Whether it is equipped with retirement planning, insurance options and investment strategies, investment advisors are there to solve any type of problems related with monetary issues. If you are from India and planning to pursue your career as an investment advisor, you need to obtain proper registration certification that will facilitate you to work as an investment advisor.
It is evident that holders of physical shares are mostly senior citizens that find it pretty impossible and difficult to convert the same in demat format. A recent study has brought into the limelight that about 300 crore shares of the present Sensex companies are available in physical form. There is hardly any room of doubt that dematerializing of your share would allow you to avoid the risk of losing the certificate or duplicating the same.
Dabba means box and a dabba operator, in stock market terminology is the one who indulges in dabba trading. His office is like any other broker’s office having terminals linked to the stock exchange showing market rates of stocks. However, the difference is that the investor’s trades do not get executed on the stock exchange system but in the dabba operator’s books only.