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VISMINDIA – Institute of Financial Market provide classes for educational purpose with a view to create skilled professionals in Stock Market, Currency Market and Commodity segment.

Our students are well placed in broking houses, Research houses, as Dealers, Portfolio Managers, Wealth Advisors, Advisors, Technical and Research Analyst, Relationship Manager and are promoted earlier than their colleagues in Middle management Levels as ASMs, BDMs, RSMs.

Basic Stock Market Classes

If you want to enter in any field, first thing is that you must know the basic part of it. As a Stock Market, this subject is very wide and it related to your financial. So, you must know the basic of stock Market.

Why should know ABOUT STOCK MARKET

Reasons why learning about the stock market is important for individuals

Financial Growth – Achieving for short terms and long-term financial Goals. - Learning about the stock market will help you to understand how different financial tools can help you achieve your financial goals in Future. Whether saving for higher education, buying a house, or retirement, the stock market will help you to achieve them all with ease.

Career Opportunities in stock Market – Sound Knowledge in stock market help you a successful career as it will help you to find various career opportunities in the finance industry like as a financial advisor, stockbroker, finance analyst, portfolio manager, investment manager, Dealer, Algo Trader etc.

Phycological Mindset – Knowledge of Stock markets prepare you to overcome the emotional resistances that may arise during their trading. Addressing these psychological aspects including dealing with feelings and keeping up with discipline.

Money Management - Money management, helps you in trading, basically means implementing techniques and strategies to limit risk while simultaneously increasing the reward.

If you’ve just started in stock market money management is something that you should definitely know regarding the strategies that you can implement to reduce your risk and increase reward. 

Risk Management – Risk is always involved in trading. Through complete hedging and strategies, you can control your risk which is unpredictable in stock market like war, low results, weak economy data etc. In fact, a successful trader can lose money on trades more often than they make money—but still end up ahead in the long run if the size of their gains on winning trades far exceeds the losses on their losers. Another trader can make money on a majority of their trades, and still lose money over time by taking small gains on their winners and letting losing trades run too long.

What Beginner Trader and Investors Should Know about Stock Market.

Stocks represent shares of ownership in a company, and are listed for sale on a specific exchange like NSE and BSE. Stock Exchanges track the supply and demand and directly related, the price of each stock. They also bring buyers and sellers together and act as a market for the shares of those companies. The stock market is made up of exchanges, such as the National Stock Exchange (NSE) and Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) for Commodity - Multi Commodity Exchange of India Limited (MCX India) and Multi Commodity Exchange of India Limited (NCDEX)

The Primary Market - In the primary market, companies sell new stocks and bonds to the public for the first time, such as with an initial public offering (IPO).

The Secondary Market –
  • The secondary market provides investors and traders with a place to trade shares after they are put up for sale on the primary market.
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  • The secondary market provides liquidity to the financial system and allows smaller traders to participate.

Timing of Secondary Market - NSE

  • Pre-open session
    Order entry & modification Open: 09:00 hrs
    Order entry & modification Close: 09:08 hrs*
    *with random closure in last one minute. Pre-open order matching starts immediately after close of pre-open order entry.
  • Regular trading session
    Normal / Limited Physical Market Open: 09:15 hrs
    Normal / Limited Physical Market Close: 15:30 hrs
  • Closing Session
    The Closing Session is held between 15.40 hrs and 16.00 hrs
  •  Block Deal Session Timings:
    Morning Window: This window shall operate between 08:45 AM to 09:00 AM.
    Afternoon Window: This window shall operate between 02:05 PM to 2:20 PM.
  • Note : - The Exchange may also extend, advance or reduce trading hours when its deems fit and necessary.

Understanding the stock market

Traders and Investors are typically represented by brokers — these days, that’s often an online broker. You place your stock trades through the broker, which then deals with the exchange on your behalf.

If, you want to learn how to trade stocks, you do need to understand the stock market, and at least some basic information about how stock trading works and Terminology.

Investors - Investors are those who purchase shares of a company for the long term with the belief that the company has strong future prospects. Do Fundamental Research, and believe in long term investment in stock market.

Trader - The motive of stock traders is to capitalize on short-term market events to sell stocks for a profit.

Intraday Trading – Day Trading - Some stock traders are day traders, which means they buy and sell several times throughout the day.

Bull markets vs. bear markets

A bull market means investors are confident, which indicates economic growth. A bear market shows investors are pulling back, indicating the economy may do so as well. Bull markets are followed by bear markets, and vice versa, with both often signalling the start of larger economic patterns.

Index –

NSE - Nifty 50 - Nifty 50 is a collection of the top 50 companies listed on the National Stock Exchange (NSE). 

BSE - Sensex - Sensex is a collection of the top 30 stocks listed on the BSE by way of market capitalisation. 

What are Blue Chip Stocks?

Blue chip companies are those big, sound and stable companies that have remarkable stature in the market. Many traders and investors choose to opt for blue chip stocks because of their stability and rising dividends.

Blue chip stocks are often considered a good option for investment due to their dependable returns.

What are Large-Cap Stocks?

The term cap is short for market capitalisation. It is a measure of quantifying a company’s value with the help of the total number of existing shares multiplied by the price of each unit. Large-cap stocks are, therefore, shares issued by a company with large market capitalisation.

What are Mid-Cap Stocks?

Mid-cap is an approximate term that encapsulates companies and stocks which fall in between large-cap and small-cap category.

The term market capitalisation is reckoned with the help of a company’s outstanding number of shares and the value of each share.

What are Small Cap Stocks

Companies with a market capitalisation less than Rs. 500 Crore are categorised as small-cap companies. Over 95% of Indian companies are considered as small-caps.

This type of companies holds a rank above 251 and tends to perform during the initial phase of economic recovery and the stocks issued by such companies are termed as small-cap stocks. 

All Courses

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Stock Market Basics

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If you want to enter in any field, first thing is that you must know the basic part of it.

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Advance Technical Analysis

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Technical Analysis is based on the assumptions that all

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Advance Derivative Analysis

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VISMINIDA, trained our students how to control emotion in stock market

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Intraday Trading

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Fundamental Approach analysis share prices on the basis of economic, industry

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Nifty & Bank Nifty Expiry Strategies

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Nifty, Bank Nifty, MidCP-Nifty, FinNifty in NSE and Sensex and BankEx in BSE are the most popular

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Fundamental Analysis

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Fundamental Approach analysis share prices on the basis of economic