Share market is a place where you buy or sell the shares of any company, or the place where shares of any companies are bought and sold called stock market, apart from shares of companies other financial product like mutual fund, derivatives contracts and bonds are also traded in the stock market.
Share market can be defined by two of its type:
1. Primary Market 2. Secondary Market.
Primary Market: In the primary market companies get registered to raise the funds and to get listed with the stock exchanges and after registering with the exchanges, if company wants to sell its shares to investors, available in the market then it can issue public share through IPO. And to issue an IPO company has to give all its financial details like its business, promoters and stock price band etc.
Secondary Market: Secondary market is totally different from primary as this is only for traders and investors, in the market all trade take place for already registered companies. Stocks are traded between one trader to another and investors at whatever the price available while transaction. All the buying and selling are done through broker in the share market.India's most common stock exchanges are the Bombay Stock Exchange and the National Stock Exchange.
Indian stock market is regulated by The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI).It was established in the year 1988.
Since then SEBI take cares of all activities done in the Indian stock market and every investor, traders and brokers has to follow all the guidelines set by SEBI.
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