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This is a presentation on the stock markets in India. Various parameters considered while trading, scams etc. It was delivered as a seminar presentation in college

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  • THE MINT OF FORTUNE

  • BROAD CLASSIFICATION OF STOCKS

  • BROAD CLASSIFICATION OF STOCKS

  • BROAD CLASSIFICATION OF STOCKS

  • BROAD CLASSIFICATION OF STOCKS

  • BROAD CLASSIFICATION OF STOCKS

  • BROAD CLASSIFICATION OF STOCKS

  • Common StocksPreferred Stocks

  • History

    BSE Today

  • History

    BSE Today

  • Introduction.List of Grievances.Approaching SEBI.

  • How can one approach SEBI?

  • Transaction Takes Place In 3 Major Steps: Place Order. Order Broker. Broker Exchange

    There Are 2 Methods For Placing Orders: Online trading Offline trading.

  • Computer Internet Connection Dematerialized (Demat) account Trading account

    Remember: Fast Support Brokerage Rates Reliability

  • Computer Internet Connection Dematerialized (Demat) account Trading account

    Remember: Fast Support Brokerage Rates Reliability

  • Computer Internet Connection Dematerialized (Demat) account Trading account

    Remember: Fast Support Brokerage Rates Reliability

  • Computer Internet Connection Dematerialized (Demat) account Trading account

    Remember: Fast Support Brokerage Rates Reliability

  • Computer Internet Connection Dematerialized (Demat) account Trading account

    Remember: Fast Support Brokerage Rates Reliability

  • Computer Internet Connection Dematerialized (Demat) account Trading account

    Remember: Fast Support Brokerage Rates Reliability

  • Bonds Stocks Mutual Funds Options and Futures

  • Bonds Stocks Mutual Funds Options and Futures

  • Bonds Stocks Mutual Funds Options and Futures

  • Bonds Stocks Mutual Funds Options and Futures

  • Bonds Stocks Mutual Funds Options and Futures

  • First sale of Shares by a company to the public.

  • What are mutual funds?

  • A Vehicle for investing in Stocks.Pools money of investors and invests this in Stocks, Bonds, Money market instruments and other types of securities.Owner of a mutual fund unit gets a share of the funds gains, losses, income and expenses.

  • A Vehicle for investing in Stocks.Pools money of investors and invests this in Stocks, Bonds, Money market instruments and other types of securities.Owner of a mutual fund unit gets a share of the funds gains, losses, income and expenses.

  • A Vehicle for investing in Stocks.Pools money of investors and invests this in Stocks, Bonds, Money market instruments and other types of securities.Owner of a mutual fund unit gets a share of the funds gains, losses, income and expenses.

  • Funds make investments in sectors that have been specified in the prospectus of the funds. Amount of Returns totally depends on performance of particular Industry or Sector.They are risky in comparison with funds that are Diversified.

  • Funds make investments in sectors that have been specified in the prospectus of the funds. Amount of Returns totally depends on performance of particular Industry or Sector.They are risky in comparison with funds that are Diversified.

  • Funds make investments in sectors that have been specified in the prospectus of the funds. Amount of Returns totally depends on performance of particular Industry or Sector.They are risky in comparison with funds that are Diversified.

  • Software, Petroleum stocks, Power, and Pharmaceuticals are some various sectorsMain mutual fund companies that have launched Sector- Specific Funds are:

    Prudential ICICI Mutual Fund Birla Sun Life Mutual Fund Franklin Templeton India Mutual Fund Unit Trust of India Mutual Fund

  • Asset Management Company (AMC)It is the company that puts together a mutual fund.

    AMC may have several mutual fund schemes .

    AMC hires a professional money manager, who buys and sells securities in line with the fund's stated objective.

  • Asset Management Company (AMC)It is the company that puts together a mutual fund.

    AMC may have several mutual fund schemes .

    AMC hires a professional money manager, who buys and sells securities in line with the fund's stated objective.

  • Asset Management Company (AMC)It is the company that puts together a mutual fund.

    AMC may have several mutual fund schemes .

    AMC hires a professional money manager, who buys and sells securities in line with the fund's stated objective.

  • Net Asset Value(NAV)NAV is the total asset value (net of expenses) per unit of the fund and is calculated by the AMC at the end of every business day. The performance of a particular scheme of a mutual fund is denoted by NAV.

  • Net Asset Value(NAV)NAV is the total asset value (net of expenses) per unit of the fund and is calculated by the AMC at the end of every business day. The performance of a particular scheme of a mutual fund is denoted by NAV.

  • Broad Classification of MFs

  • Enter and exit the fund scheme at its NAV.Broad Classification of MFs

  • Enter and exit the fund scheme at its NAV.Broad Classification of MFsDo not have a fixed maturity period.

  • Enter and exit the fund scheme at its NAV.Do not have a fixed maturity period.Broad Classification of MFsOpen for subscription only during a specified period of time.

  • Enter and exit the fund scheme at its NAV.Do not have a fixed maturity period.Broad Classification of MFsOpen for subscription only during a specified period of time.Have a fixed maturity period of 5 to 7 years

  • Benefits of investing through MFsProfessional Money Management Diversification Liquidity Affordability Tax benefits on Investment in Mutual Funds

  • Benefits of investing through MFsProfessional Money Management Diversification Liquidity Affordability Tax benefits on Investment in Mutual Funds

  • Benefits of investing through MFsProfessional Money Management Diversification Liquidity Affordability Tax benefits on Investment in Mutual Funds

  • Benefits of investing through MFsProfessional Money Management Diversification Liquidity Affordability Tax benefits on Investment in Mutual Funds

  • Benefits of investing through MFsProfessional Money Management Diversification Liquidity Affordability Tax benefits on Investment in Mutual Funds

  • The Bulls, Bears, And The Farm The Bulls: The Bears: Other Animals on Farm: Chicken Pigs

  • The Bulls, Bears, And The Farm The Bulls: The Bears: Other Animals on Farm: Chicken Pigs

  • The Bulls, Bears, And The Farm The Bulls: The Bears: Other Animals on Farm: Chicken Pigs

  • The value of the share of a particular company is known as stock price.When net supply>demand then stock price increases and vice versa.

  • Market CapitalizationShare PriceShareShareShareShareRepresents the value of a particular company.

  • Technical Rally.Sideways Market.Wealth Effect.Wall Of Worry.Torpedo stock.

  • Top-Down Approach Overall Evaluation Of The General Economy. The Economy Expands, Companies Benefit And Grow. The Economy Declines, Companies Suffer.

  • Important Parameters:Earning per share EPS

    Price to Earnings Ratio PE

    Dividend Yield

    Debt ratio

    Profit after Tax - PAT

  • Earning Per Share (EPS):- EPS plays major role in investment decision. EPS = Net Earnings / Outstanding SharesHigher The EPS, Better The Company

  • PE RATIO

    PE = Stock Price EPS

    Which P/E Ratio To Choose?

  • DIVIDEND YIELD.Dividend Yield is :

    Annual dividend per share / stock's price per share

  • DEBT RATIO Debt Ratio tells you how much company relies on debit to finance its assets. The higher the ratio the more risk for company to manage. Companies have low debit ratio, generally less than 1.

  • PROFIT AFTER TAX.

    Short term to mid term trader quarterly PAT Long term investor yearly PAT.

  • STRENGTHS OF FUNDAMENTAL ANALYSISLong-term Trends :Value Spotting :Business Acumen:

  • LINE CHART.

  • BAR CHART.

  • Resistance?

    Support?

    Resistance becomes Support.

    Breakout.

    Traders Regret.

  • RISING TREND.

  • FALLING TRENDS.

  • INFLATION.

  • INFLATION.

  • INFLATION.

  • INFLATION.

  • INFLATION

  • INFLATION

  • INFLATION

  • INFLATION

  • INFLATION

  • RBI POLICIES.Deals mainly with the monetary policies (Interest rates, Lending and Borrowing rates.)

    Comes into picture to put off economic imbalances in the country.

  • RBIS EFFORT TO CURB INFLATION.

  • RBIS EFFORT TO CURB INFLATION.

  • RBIS EFFORT TO CURB INFLATION.

  • RBIS EFFORT TO CURB INFLATION.

  • RBIS EFFORT TO CURB INFLATION.

  • RBIS EFFORT TO CURB INFLATION.

  • RBIS EFFORT TO CURB INFLATION.

  • GOVERNMENT POLICIES.Government makes various fiscal policies to control economic imbalance in the country.

    This ensure a sustainable environment for the growth of the companies, thus helping to create a bullish market.

  • GOVERNMENT POLICIES.

  • GOVERNMENT POLICIES.

  • GOVERNMENT POLICIES.

  • GOVERNM