How to invest in the share market?

Making money by investing in the Indian stock Markets is not a child’s play. For an investor to make money in this big market with tens of hundreds of stocks, there are a number of aspects to be considered in order to clinch success and walk out being the ‘Smart Investor.’ For instance, a day to day   graphichal analysis is a very important thing to be considered.

Stock Market needs Smart Work more than Hard Work.

In order to succeed one needs to act smartly rather than working hard and spending hours in front of the computer with the ‘ticker’ going ‘Green’ and ‘Red’ and reacting to the fluctuating prices of the stocks held in your portfolio 🙂

Wall Street credit: zoonabar

And keep one thing in mind, Tips and rumors regarding the shares wont help you much. A close watch is to kept on the stock news side by side tracking the developments happening in the company. Keeping a track of the Results of the companies, the order they grab, changes in the company hierarchy and the money on the company’s books always helps in having an edge over the others.

Read: Don’t let the Sensex Guide Your Senses!

One needs to carefully select the stock for investment. And one thing worth highlighting here is that rather than keeping 30 different stocks in your portfolio, you should stick to 4-5 good stocks as keeping track of more than this number may be next to impossible. One needs to know the valuations at which to buy a stock and sell a stock . Dealing in a particular sector may be much beneficial rather than going for different sectors. For a fresh investor it is important to have knowledge about the basic ongoing price and trend line. For a successful pick, various acquisitions and mergers are also to be considered.

The bottom line here is, to stay invested in these times in quality stocks and keep accumulating whenever there are downfalls.

If you are new in the world of Stock Markets, the following articles will definitely of help to you.

First Time Investing – Learn How Not To Fail On Your Debut

How to get over the fear of Investing?

3 important things to know as a new investor!!!

4 Golden Rules of Equity Investing

What are your views about the basic principle to invest in the share markets. Share your views in the comment box below.

This is a guest post by Gagandeep Singh who also writes regarding Latest Movies and Movie Reviews at MoviesTemple.

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  1. My friend at 17 along with another guy started teaching me about share market and how to really make money from it.. I never really got into this but learnt a lot from them.

    Altho it’s too early for me to learn all these but I will try my best, there was some game on share market on the web which is very much popular.. don’t rem it!
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    1. That is really great that you learnt a lot from your friends… I suggest that step by step, start implementing it and you may even start with a small amount… like I did in the starting (Rs. 2-3k per month)

      And also, it is better to start early.. remember you are losing by not entering now… 🙂

      And, the game you are talking about is MoneyBhai powered by Apart from this, rediff also provides a share bazaar game… Many other big names have introduced share bazaar games which work in the real time… and one may get to learn a lot from this… I myself used to specially go to a cyber cafe (did not have internet at home at that time) 2-3 years back… as I fund it really interesting and then i invested real money in the market some 1 and half year back 🙂

  2. Learning how to invest in stock market is not as difficult as we might think. We need some common sense, and a willingness to do some research. The first step is to do some research. Begin by reading some personal finance and investing books. Subscribe to some magazines devoted to the subject. Money magazine is an excellent source of common sense advice for the average person. The Internet is also a great source for information. There are many online sources for classes. Most of the classes for the average investor are free. Take advantage of any of these that we can.It might also be a good idea to make an appointment with a fee only advisor.This will cost money, as they charge an hourly rate. But, this can well be worth the expense.

  3. Bro i am a fresh cud u just list down a few books or magazines that i shud go thru b4 stepping into the real market..n which online broker will u suggest for trading.

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