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Useful Stock Market Tips for Beginner

Investing in a stock market is not as simple as you suppose. There are a number of points to be had in mind before you spend your money in the stock market. Maximum people are careful in investing her...
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Intraday Tips for becoming a Successful Trader

Intraday trading, or day trading, is unpredictable and fast determined. You're going to require a lot of patience and knowledge to really master day trading, but these some intraday tips should suppor...
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Option trading

The option  derivative is a financial derivative which is sold by an option writer to an option buyer, they are typically purchased through online brokers and retail brokers this option contract gives...
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What is Equity ?

Equity Investment refers to purchasing and holding the shares in the stock market by individual persons and firms in anticipation of generating income from dividends and capital gains equity sharehold...
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Stock Market Tips for Everyone

If you want to stock market tip s ? In this blog, I provide you a tip that everyone should know regarding.   This stock market tip is to - perform due conscientiousness. What is due conscientiousness?...
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What is Share Allotment Procedure?

When it comes to allocating the shares to the public, then there is a set procedure that must be followed for the purpose of allocating the shares. It is extremely important that the steps or the proc...
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What are stockholders and stocktraders ?

Shareholder or stockholder is a person who has holding of stock of any public or private corporation these shareholders can be referred as members of corporation a stockholder is regarded as beneficia...
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What is Commodity ETFs? and Their Advantage?

When you want to invest in a commodity, you become scared of trading commodity futures. But how about commodity mutual funds and commodity ETFs. Now for people who have never invested before, commodit...
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What is Day Trading? and How to Play in Intraday Trading?

What is Day trading? This is a very good question if you don't know it, let me describe it to you right now. Day trading is one trading activity that starts and exits the market regularly on the same ...
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Guide to picking good stocks in the long run

One of the biggest dilemma's for new investors is how to pick good stocks which can give good returns in the long run. The best way to solve this problem is to look at a firm's fundamentals and use va...
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Market Capitalization In India

Market Capitalization is the aggregate value of the company on the basis of its current share price and the total number of outstanding shares.

Market capitalization is a critical characteristic that facilitates investors to determine the returns and the risk behind investing in the company’s shares. It helps investors in choosing that stock which meets their risk and diversification criteria.

Market Capitalization Formula

It is the product of current market price of the company's share and the total outstanding shares of the company.

Market Capitalization = market price of shares * number of outstanding shares

For instance, Company ABC has 2 Crore outstanding shares and the current market price of company’s share is Rs 100, then the Market capitalization of the company ABC is 2,00,00,000 * 100 = Rs 200 Crores.

Market Capitalization is the actual market value of the company. Market Capitalization is used by the investors to rank companies. It is also used in ranking the relative size of stock exchanges like NSE and BSE.

Indian Market Capitalization

In India, the companies are classified into three categories on the basis of their market capitalization.

Small Cap: Companies with Market Capitalization up to Rs 500 crores are classified as small cap.

Mid Cap: Companies with Market Capitalization between Rs 500 – 7,000 crores are classified as mid cap.

Large Cap: Companies with Market Capitalization between Rs 7,000 – 20,000 crores are classified as large cap.

Mega Cap: Companies with their Market Capitalization above Rs 20,000 crores fall under mega cap.

 

To know more click here: Indian Market Capitalization

 

 

 

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What Are Equity Shares?

Equity Shares are one of the main sources of funds for Companies. An individual can buy equity shares of any company listed on the stock exchange like NSE and BSE. All equity shareholders are part-own...
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