Beginners guide to Stock Market

Posted by Saurabh Chaurasia on

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Do you know nearly every member of the 400 wealthiest Americans made it in the list in 2019 because they owned large stocks? Investing in the stock market seems like a complicated process for many of us, but if you get into equity directly, the complex process may become pretty easy! First, you need to open your KYC and approach a stockbroker.

A broker will open your Demat account and trading account. Later, you can place bids or sell shares while the Demat account maintains a record of what you bought. If you are a beginner, consult a stockbroker. Before choosing a broker, make sure that you compare broking fees and plans offered that suit your stock investment plan. You can also refer to the online trading platforms which give you discounts but no advice or research report. Generally, these brokerage platforms offer exposure to multiple assets like Initial Public Offering (IPO), Mutual funds, bond markets, depositories, etc. If a broker offers such a wide range of asset classes, it will be highly beneficial for you in the long run.

Investment ideas can come from any place. You just need to be aware of your surroundings and notice what people are interested in buying. Keep an eye on market trends and for the companies that are in a position to earn a profit. It is highly advisable to join an investment club as they do fundamental analysis and technical analysis of a company closely. Knowing when to sell a stock is also very important as buying stocks.

Many investors buy shares when the stock market is rising and sell it when it is falling. Being a wise investor, one must plan all these strategies based on their financial needs. Most importantly, have patience! Losing money is not fun, but it's even smarter to hold onto your investments for the long-term as they may rise again. Knowing how to invest in stocks may take a little time, but once you learn it, no one can stop you to earn maximum returns.