Is this the right time to invest in Small and Mid-Caps?
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Is this the right time to invest in Small and Mid-Caps?

Are you investing in the stock market? Which stocks should one start with, large and known companies (large-cap stocks) or smaller companies (small-cap stocks)?

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How does Inflation affects the Stock market?
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How does Inflation affects the Stock market?

What is stock market and stock exchange?

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 What is Free-Float Market Capitalization?
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What is Free-Float Market Capitalization?

Market Capitalization

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 Factors Influence Market Trends
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Factors Influence Market Trends

There is a massive panic surrounded the markets, where Nifty fell from a record high of 12,003 (on June 3) to 10,990 plunging nearly 9% in the span of 2 months, majorly dragged by auto, banking & financials, energy, infra, and metals stocks.  Mid-capsand small caps stocks have gone through a free fall, which is more exhaustive when compared to large caps.  So much is the agony in the mid-cap sector that since January 2018, investors have lost more than ₹28 trillion in all the corrected stocks. The BSE MidCap and the BSE Small-capindices lost 21% and 31%, respectively, since January 2018. More than 1,976 stocks traded on BSE have dropped since January - that’s 86% of all traded stocks. Chances are, if you owned 20 stocks, 17 of them would have suffered losses. One of the reasons for Midcap& Small cap downturn:  

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What is Inflation and Index fund
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What is Inflation and Index fund

With the opening up of the economies and the growth in various sectors, numerous enterprises spread over sectors like FMCG, education, banking, automobile, healthcare etc. have been set up which provide the people with goods and services which are needed and essential for the survival as well as improvement in the standard of living. As these enterprises set up and grow, they require funds to operate which can be in the form of equities or debt from the outside investors for a specified or an unlimited period of time. The sources from where such organizations can raise funds can be: equities, loans, mutual funds, debentures, bonds etc.

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Basics of Future and Options
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Basics of Future and Options

Derivative is a financial contract whose value is derived from the underlying asset.The value of the underlying assets keeps changing according to market conditions. The basic principle behind entering into derivative contracts is to earn profits by speculating on the value of the underlying asset in future.The commonly used assets are stocks, bonds, currencies, commodities and market indices.

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3 most important things about the Stock Market
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3 most important things about the Stock Market

Compounding Machine: The BSE SENSEX has compounded at a rate of roughly 15% over more than three decades. So, it is safe to conclude that it is the inherent nature of the stock market to rise continuously in the long run in country where the economy is developing. There are two critical  components in this explanation - 

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How to Choose Your broker Intelligently?
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How to Choose Your broker Intelligently?

It’s scary to start Investing, I remember the day i started with a few thousand bucks, It felt like I am about to jump of the cliff. As soon as I bought the First Stock, i couldn’t stop staring at its price ticker for the next few days, constantly praying that it doesn’t fall and hoping that it rises miraculously, neither of that happened as the stock traded sideways for the next few days.

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