Online share trading involves buying and selling stocks through an online platform. Using the online share trading account, you may buy or sell share stocks, mutual funds, bonds, and other securities easily, without the need of an intermediate broker or agent. 

Online Share Trading for Beginners

Share trading can be profitable if investors know the fundamentals of trade. The best way for a beginner to succeed in the share market is research. Research the best stockbroker who charges a low commission and yet provides the best services in terms of user-friendly interface, customer service, etc. Also, research your stock picks before placing a buy/sell order. Look at a company’s EPS, financial statements like P&L accounts, profit margins, future growth plans, etc. before investing in their shares. In the beginning, avoid highly volatile types of instruments, like futures and options. Another helpful tip while trading in the share market is discipline. Set your desired profit and stop-loss margins. Stop trading when you’ve reached these margins. It helps you to limit your loss as well as prevents you from being too greedy.

Instruments Traded in Indian Share Markets

Instruments ranging from equities and IPOs to derivatives are traded at the stock market. Different instruments are traded by various online trading exchanges. The National Stock Exchange (NSE) and BSE Ltd. trades derivatives (Interest Rate Derivatives, Equity Derivatives, Global Indices Derivatives and Currency Derivatives), capital market (mutual funds, IPOs, traded funds, equities, stock lending and borrowing, debentures), debt market (corporate bonds, retail debt), etc. MCX Stock Exchange Limited (MCX-SX) deals with capital markets. Multi Commodity Exchange of India Ltd (MCX) and National Commodity & Derivatives Exchange Limited (NCDEX) offer commodities trading like gold, metals, agro-commodities, bullion, etc.