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Following are Indian stock market terminologies which are very commonly used while trading and investing in Indian stock Market
Share Trading - Buying and selling of shares is called as share trading.

Open - The first price at which the stock opens in the morning when the market opens at
9:00 AM.

High - The stock price reached at the highest level throughout the trading day

Low - The stock price reached the lowest level throughout the trading day.

Close - The final price of the stock when the market closes for a day or the stock price at
which it remains at the time of closing the market at 3:30 PM
Transaction - One complete cycle of buying and selling of shares is considered as one

Squaring off - This term is used to complete one transaction. Means if you buy then
have to sell (means square off) and if you short sell then you have to buy (means
square off).

Limit Order - In limit order, the buying or selling price has to be mentioned and when
the share price comes to that price then the order will get executed with the price
mentioned by the trader.     

Market Order - When you put buy or sell price at market rate then the price get
executes at the current rate of market. The market order get immediately executed at
the current available price. 

Stop Loss Orders - As the name indicates the stop loss orders are used to stop or limit
the losses in the share market.
Stop loss orders are limit price set by traders at which the order will automatically enter
or exit the trade.
The stop loss order is placed below the current market price of the stock to stop the
loss in buy position and above the current market price to stop the loss in short sell
Margin Trading - Margin amount is the amount given by broker for day trading. The
trading done using margin amount is called as margin trading.If you use margin amount
then the trades has to be closed on the same day.
Alpha stock - A weighted measure of how much a stock has risen or fallen over a
certain period, usually a year. Generally, more emphasis is placed on recent activity by
assigning higher weights to it than those assigned to earlier movements. This helps to
give a return figure that has a greater focus on the most current period and is a more
relevant measure for short-term analysis.
f the stock was up over the period, it will have a positively weighted alpha. An
unchanged stock price has a small weighted alpha. A stock whose price has fallen over
the period will have a negatively weighted alpha. Technical analysts use this measure to
identify companies that have shown a strong trend over the past year and, more
specifically, to focus their attention on companies whose momentum is building.
Beta Stock - Beta is a measure of a stock's volatility in relation to the market. By definition, the market has a beta of 1.0, and individual
stocks are ranked according to how much they deviate from the market. A stock that swings more than the market over time has a beta above
1.0. If a stock moves less than the market, the stock's beta is less than 1.0. High-beta stocks are supposed to be riskier but provide a
potential for higher returns; low-beta stocks pose less risk but also lower returns.

Bull Phase - when the market keeps going up it is called as Bull phase or cycle.

Bear Phase - when the market keeps going down it is called as Bear phase or cycle.

Forex Trading - Trading done in currency is called as Forex trading

Online Share Trading - Buying and selling of shares through internet during market hours is called as online share trading

Offline Share Trading - Buying and selling of shares through broker and placing orders through telephone is called as offline share trading. The
offline share trading can be done during live market hours and also when the market is closed by placing order through telephone to broker.
Mutual Fund - It is a financial instrument which collects money from all investor and then invests in
financial instruments like stocks, bonds, etc. It is managed by fund manager. 

Investor - The person investing the money in stocks for long term based on the fundamentals of the
company is called as investor. Long term like 2 to 5 years or even for 10 years.

Trader - The person who trades to make quick money in share market is called as trader. The trader is not
concerned about the company’s fundamentals. The trader waits for any type of news which gives an
opportunity to make money in a day or in a week or in a month.

Penny stock - The stock price less then Rs 1 is called as penny stock.

Large Cap stocks - Shares of those companies with a market capitalization over Rs. 1000 crores is called
as large cap stocks

Mid Cap stocks - Shares of those companies with a market capitalization between Rs. 100 crores and Rs.
1000 crores is called as Mid cap stocks

Small cap stocks - Shares of those companies with a market capitalization less then Rs. 100 crores is
called as Small cap stocks

Future Derivatives - It is the financial instrument whose price depends on the underlying instrument.
Underlying instrument can be stock, currency, commodity etc. It has expiry of one month. Every last
Thursday it expires. For more information please visit at

Option - Please visit this link to get clear understanding of option

Short Selling - Selling of shares and then buying them at lower price to generate profits is called as short
Short selling of shares is done only during day trading.
Futures and options can also be short selled

Buy Back of shares - The buying of shares by a company from open market in order to reduce the number
of shares in the market. Companies will buy back shares to increase the value of shares whenever company
feel the share price is undervalued in the open market.
IPO - It stands for Initial public offering. when a company issues common shares to the public for the first time. They are often issued by
smaller, younger companies seeking capital to expand, but can also be done by large privately-owned companies looking to become publicly

FPO - The basic difference between Initial Public Offer (IPO) and Follow on Public Offer (FPO) is as the names suggest IPO is for the
companies which have not listed on an exchange and FPO is for the companies which have already listed on exchange but want to raise funds
by issuing some more equity shares.

Right Issue - Issuing rights to a company's existing shareholders to buy a proportional number of additional shares at a given price (usually
at a discount) within a fixed period.

Day trading - Buy and selling of shares in a day is called as day trading. Day trading can also be done in futures and in options.

Volatility in Share market - When the share price moves up and down without proper direction is called as volatility.

Volume - Volume is nothing but quantity in share market.

Stock Broker - The person or company authorized by stock exchange like NSE and or BSE to carry out buying and selling of shares on behalf
of others.
Stock Sub Broker - The broker assigns sub broker. The sub broker also performs same tasks like broker but he communicates with broker and not with stock exchanges.

Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) - A systematic investment plan is a way to invest a fixed amount in stocks or in mutual funds regularly.

Net Asset Value (NAV) - Net Asset Value is the market value of the assets of the scheme minus its liabilities. The per unit NAV is the net asset value of the scheme divided by the number of units outstanding on the Valuation Date. Thus, NAV of a mutual fund unit is nothing but the 'book value.'

Annual General Meeting (AGM) - Gathering of the directors and stockholders (shareholders) for every year. According to law the AGM to be held each calendar year. Generally, not more than 15 months are allowed to elapse between two AGMs, and a 21-day's written notice of its date is required to be given to the stockholders. The main purpose of an AGM is to comply with legal requirements, such as the presentation and approval of the audited accounts, election of directors, and appointment of auditors for the new accounting term. Other items that may also be discussed include compensation of officers, confirmation of proposed dividend, and issues raised by the stockholders.

Technical Analysis - The stock price prediction based on charts and indicators is called as technical analysis. Technical Analysis is irrespective of company’s fundamentals. Technical analysis is used for short term, mid term and also for long term.

Fundamental Analysis - The stock price prediction based on company’s growth/fundamentals. The long term investment is done based on fundamental analysis.

Primary Market - The new shares (IPO) are issued in Primary market. Once issued they are listed in secondary market. It is not possible to trade in primary market. After listing in secondary market the trading takes place on those shares.

Secondary market - Secondary market is nothing but share market. Buying and selling of shares in secondary market means buying and selling of shares in stock market.
Dividend - The company share some of its profits to its shareholder is called as dividend.

Interim Dividend - Distribution of profits to shareholders before a company’s  annual
earnings have been computed, or at any time between two successive annual general
meetings (AGM). Firms paying interim dividend try to be reasonably certain they can afford
it, and make the necessary adjustments (if any) in the subsequent or year-end dividend

Final Dividend - The final dividend declared at a company's Annual General Meeting
(AGM) for any given year is called as final dividend.

Bonus shares - Free shares of stock given to current shareholders, based upon the
number of shares that a shareholder owns.

National Stock Exchange (NSE) - The National Stock Exchange (NSE) is a stock
exchange located at Mumbai, India. It is the 10th largest stock exchange in the world by
market capitalization and largest in India by daily turnover and number of trades, for both
equities and derivative trading. NSE and the Bombay Stock Exchange are the two most
significant stock exchanges in India, and between them are responsible for the vast
majority of share transactions. The NSE's key index is the S&P CNX Nifty also called as
NIFTY. Nifty index consist of 50 major stocks weighted by market capitalisation. 
Nifty is the barometer on the NSE exchange.

Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) - The BSE is a stock exchange located on Dalal Street,
Mumbai and is the oldest stock exchange in Asia. The BSE has the largest number of listed
companies in the world.It has also been cited as one of the world's best performing stock
As of December 2010, there are over 5,034 listed Indian companies and over 7700 scrips
on the stock exchange. The Bombay Stock Exchange has a significant trading volume. The
SENSEX is the index on BSE also called the "BSE 30", is a widely used market index in
India. Sensex consist of 30 major stocks weighted by market capitalisation. 
Sensex is the barometer on the BSE exchange.
Mini Nifty - The NSE introduced Mini nifty comprising of 20 companies. Small traders
basically make use of mini nifty in future derivative trading.

Bank Nifty - Bank Nifty is the barometer used to measure the banking index. Bank nifty
consist of 12 top banks.
CNX IT - CNX IT is the barometer used to measure the IT index. CNX IT consist of Top
20 companies.

Option - Option is a financial product whose price is based on its underlying instrument
(or product) underlying instrument can be Index (Nifty, Jr.Nifty, Bank Nifty etc) stock,
currency etc.
In other words - Options are derivative instruments, meaning that their prices are
derived from the price of another security. More specifically, options prices are derived
from the price of an underlying stock, index, currency etc

Call Option - Call option is bought when the underlying (Nifty, Jr.Nifty, Bank Nifty etc
or stock ) is expected to go up. The financial Definition - A call option gives the buyer
the right to buy specified quantity of the underlying asset at the strike price on or
before expiration date.
It is also possible to sell the call option.

Put Option - Put option is bought when the underlying (Nifty, Jr.Nifty, Bank Nifty etc or
stock) is expected to go down. The financial Definition - A Put option gives the buyer
the right to sell specified quantity of the underlying asset at the strike price on or
before an expiry date.
It is also possible to sell the put option.

Demat Account - The account used to save the shares is called as demat account. The shares are saved in electronic format in demat

Securities Transaction Tax (STT) is a tax being levied on all transactions done on the stock exchanges. Securities Transaction Tax is
applicable on purchase or sale of equity shares, derivatives, equity oriented funds and equity oriented Mutual Funds.
Current STT on purchase or sell of an equity share is 0.075%.
When you have paid security transaction tax at the time of selling securities (shares), then,

If you are an investor and not trader:
1. If you are selling the shares after 12 months, then it comes under long term capital gains and you need not have to pay any tax on that
2. If you are selling the shares before 12 months then you have to pay short term capital gains @10% flat on the gain.

If you are a trader and not an investor:
All your gains will be treated as trading (Business) and you have to pay tax as per tax sables. In this case the transaction tax paid by you
can be claimed back/adjusted in tax to be paid.
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Common Terms used in Indian Share market
Volume - Volume is nothing but quantity of shares.

Bid - The Buying price is called as Bid price.

Offer - The selling price is called as offer price.

Bid Quantity - The total number of shares available for buying is called as Bid Quantity.

Offer Quantity - The total number of shares available for selling is called as Offer Quantity.

Short selling - First selling and then buying (this only happens in day trading) is called as short sell or shorting of sell.

52 Week High price (52 WH) - The highest price of the stock touched in a year is called as 52 week high price.

52 Week Low (52 WL) - The lowest price of the stock touched in a year is called as 52 week low price

Depository participant (DP) - Depository is an institution or a kind of organization which holds securities with it, in which trading is done
among shares, debentures, mutual funds, derivatives, F&O and commodities.

Market Trend - It is also called as market direction. Bearish trend means market direction is going down. Bullish trend means market direction
is going up.

Upper Circuit - when the index or stock goes up by more than a fixed limit the exchange places the upper circuit for that stock or index.
Trading is then suspended for some time to let the market cool down. Upper circuit is a system lock used to stop excessive speculation in the
stock market, applied by the stock exchanges.

Lower Circuit - When the index or stock goes down by more than a fixed limit the exchange places the lower circuit for that stock or index.

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