Things To Know About Depositories
Stock Market Concepts

Things To Know About Depositories

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) regulates the money flow in the Indian economy. It is a bank, sure, but can you open an account with the RBI? No, right? Similarly, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) regulated the financial and securities market. You cannot open an account with SEBI either.

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What is a ClearingHouse?
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What is a ClearingHouse?

The Indian stocks and securities market has seen considerable changes over the last few years. Fintech for financial inclusion has played a significant role in improving the efficiency of the transactions carried out daily.

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Ketan Parekh Scam की पूरी जानकारी
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Ketan Parekh Scam की पूरी जानकारी

शेयर मार्केट हमेशा से ही लोगों के बीच एक चर्चा का विषय रहा है। अनेक लोग शेयर मार्किट में निवेश करने को प्राथमिकता देते है तो वहीं कुछ लोग ऐसे भी है जो इसको एक सट्टा समझते है। वारेन बुफे ने शेयर मार्केट में निवेश करके इतिहास रच दिया लेकिन वहीं कुछ ऐसे भी लोग है जो यहां निवेश करके दिवालिया हो गए। सेबी एक ऐसी संस्था है जो भारतीय शेयर मार्केट में होने वाली घटनाओं पर एक निगरानी रखती है लेकिन फिर भी कुछ लोगों ने नियम कायदों को तोड़ते हुए या फिर नियमों में किसी प्रकार की कमी खोजकर यहां पर करोड़ों रूपये छापने की कोशिश की है।  

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SEBI’s New Margin System for Non-F&O Stocks
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SEBI’s New Margin System for Non-F&O Stocks

If you have been investing or trading for quite a long time, you must have heard about the margin system for non-Future and Options (F&O) stocks. Recently, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has come up with a new set of rules regarding the margin requirement for non-F&O stock in the cash market.

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Solution Oriented Mutual Fund and its Types
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Solution Oriented Mutual Fund and its Types

Saving money is highly advised and accepted practice all across the globe. People who work and earn money, keep some amount of their hard-earned income to save for their future plans like retirement, marriages, education of their own or of their child.

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What is depository and the Roles of CDSL and NSDL
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What is depository and the Roles of CDSL and NSDL

We all, as individuals, deposit cash in banks, and enjoy the benefits of interest. These benefits are looked after by banks. In the same way, trading is something that has evolved; from physically buying certificates to now exchanging in a click, digitally.

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History and Structure of Mutual Fund
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History and Structure of Mutual Fund

The topic of Mutual funds was made popular in the Indian market in the past decade through extensive advertising involving popular actors and cricketers. Since the Indian audience did get intrigued, mutual funds were able to make a place for themselves in the market against many other investment schemes. 

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SEBI's Categorization and Rationalization of Mutual Fund Schemes

Mutual funds were made to make investing easy, so investors would not have to be burdened with picking individual stocks. There were two qualities about the mutual funds of the 1920s that made them extremely speculative. One was that they were heavily leveraged. Second, mutual funds were allowed to invest in other mutual funds. 

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Stock Market and Stock Exchange: Understand the Difference
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Stock Market and Stock Exchange: Understand the Difference

"Financial literacy is just as important in life as any other basics".  One of the major problems with today's generation and the economy is the lack of financial literacy. People often come across words like stock, shares, NSE, BSE, share market, stock market, stock exchange, etc. But there are only some who know the precise meaning of any of these terms.

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SEBI’s New Rule for Mutual Funds NAV: What does it mean for you?
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SEBI’s New Rule for Mutual Funds NAV: What does it mean for you?

In the rising economic tensions due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, safeguarding the market investors' funds and rights is becoming increasingly important. Everyone is struggling hard to survive, if not grow, in this era of economic disruption.

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SEBI’s new multi-cap fund rule: What lies ahead?
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SEBI’s new multi-cap fund rule: What lies ahead?

Do you remember celebrating any festival as a child? Be it Diwali, Eid, Rakshabandhan, Holi, absolutely any festival, one thing you were sure to receive as a child, apart from new clothes and sweets, was money. And you'd probably lie to yourself if you say that this was something you weren't the most excited about. Some of us liked to collect and store it in our piggy banks, and the rest would immediately set out to spend it. And since it was the money that was completely ours, we didn't need to seek any permission from our elders as to where and how we could spend it; well, usually.

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SEBI’s new guidelines: What do they signify?
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SEBI’s new guidelines: What do they signify?

In November 2019, the capital market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) banned one of the country's leading brokerage firms, Karvy Stock Ltd. Karvy Stock Broking was accused of pledging its client's shares and transferring clients' securities worth Rs 1,096 to its group company Karvy Realty Pvt Ltd, without their consent. This incident shook the trust of the country's retail investors in the brokers, with some even pulling out their contracts with the brokers. This incident instantly raised the question of the extent of trust that can be put on brokers. Investors were left worried as to how can they protect themselves from such frauds? Will the government and the regulatory authorities do something to safeguard their interests?

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Vedanta's Delisting announcement from Indian Stock Exchange

There are some people you see in life who are simply unpredictable. They usually behave in a way “Now you see me, now you don’t”. The consideration comes when such kinds of people head businesses and other people invest in them. Here we are talking about Vedanta Group and its owner Mr. Anil Agarwal. You would surely be aware of Vedanta’s delisting.

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Why SEBI asked custodian banks to submit details of Chinese FPIs?
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Why SEBI asked custodian banks to submit details of Chinese FPIs?

SEBI has asked custodians to submit details of Chinese FPIs.What’s pushing SEBI to do this? Have you ever observed a group of Hyenas hunting? They have a cunning modus operandi. They divide into small groups and instead of stalking a fresh prey, they try to spot a an animal who has already hunted. Then they reach their prey (an animal who is enjoying its hunt). A small group of Hyenas tries to provoke the hunter. It Also tries to take a portion of its prey. Then, when the hunter gets irritated and tries chasing them down, the other group comes, steals and runs away with the hunt. Now compare the hyena with China. While the world is struggling combatting Coronavirus (that started from China), China is reportedly trying to increase its stake in some companies. Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) may have found it fishy and is hence collecting details about China’s recent investments in Indian stock markets.

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Ketan Parekh scam: All that you must know
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Ketan Parekh scam: All that you must know

The share market has been a wish-granting factory to many. For others, it is nothing more than just a terrible nightmare. Warren Buffett became the world’s third-richest person just by investing in share markets. But one cannot forget the stories where investors went bankrupt overnight. Share market is more than just a game of simple luck. But there are also times where people go beyond the rules and regulations to manipulate the market and pocket crores. SEBI, which is the watchdog of the share market, is keenly following the activities of the market in order to protect the investor’s interest. Despite that frauds and scams have become inevitable. 

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Everything about promoter pledging that you should know
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Everything about promoter pledging that you should know

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) in its Financial Stability Report dated June 27, 2019, expressed its concern over the high level of promoter pledging. The report argued that a high level of promoter pledging indicates the poor financial health of a company and probably a situation that a company is unable to raise funding from other sources.

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