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Traditionally, trading meant finding stock broker companies or share market brokers, consulting them and investing your money after doing so. Every time, you had to update your investment, you had to contact the broker and wait for final modifications. Such a hassle, right?
As a beginner interested in trading, you may be confused about the huge market options in front of you. There are many different trading markets that even seasoned traders are yet to explore. So, when you are just starting out as a new trader, it is best to choose a few trading markets, observe and analyze them, and then make prudent investment options.
In this age of the Internet and smartphones, buying and trading stocks has become easier and more convenient than before. There are all kinds of websites and apps where you can create your own trading account and start investing in stocks that you think can offer high returns. The question is, how do you pick the right platform?
If you go to the Association of Mutual Funds in India (Amfi) website, you will be able to see the list of new fund offers (NFO) that are currently available (https://goo.gl/rMMLio). Your friendly neighbourhood mutual fund agent may also be pestering you to buy a hot new fund which, according to him, has great prospects. Before investing in an NFO, you should do a little research.
Taxation in leu of gains from trading or investing in shares is somewhat complex. SAS Online has made an attempt to simplify it for the taxpayers. Before you can figure out how much to shell off as the tax you must first decide whether you are a trader or an investor.
As trading is an enterprise to make a profit in an atmosphere of wide-ranging probabilities, a flexible approach is a must. Therefore, the following four rules are not supposed to be taken as sort of traffic rules that need strict adhering to.
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