Indian Stock Market: Bombay Stock Exchange and National Stock Exchange


Now days everyone know about the stock market therfore i can write about resource on the "Indian Stock Market".

In the India there are two premier stock exchanges are present. Names are the Bombay Stock Exchange that is BSE and second is the National Stock Exchange that is NSE. If you want to the detail about these stock exchange then visit to the offically websites that are www.bseindia.com for the BSE and www.nseindia.com for the NSE. There are daily trade volumes in both BSE and NSE is nearly equal. In the 1998 to 2007, these are 9 years period, in that period total turnover is more than 77 billion. NSE and BES exchanges system of trading is fully computerized system. These computerized system is known as BOLT that is BSE On Line Trading for the BSE and NEAT that is National Exchange Automated Trading for NSE.

These system is computerized therefore this facilitate effecient order processing, automatic matching, faster execution of trades and transparency provides. There are many scrips in the BSe, these scrips are classified into A,B1,B2,S,T and Z groups. F groups contains fixed income securities and G group represent the government securities etc..

Why Invest In The Share Market?


In these world in now days every people want to save money and invest tha many. If your invested money gives very good returns that are more than every investment for the or end of this is goal is creation of wealth. In Share Market this is not only get you profit or loss. You will be ready for both profit or loss.

Investment decision should be based on your risk profile, availble savings and time horizon. You donot forget, always be remember that risks and returns are directly proportional to each other .

When the risk is high then returns is also high.

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