Important Notice-Investelite Research do not provide any services which are not mentioned on website www.investelite.in for example Guaranteed or Assured Returns Services, Profit or Loss Sharing, Portfolio Management or Demat Account Services etc, If any person communicate you about any such services kindly inform us at 9294509999 or care@investelite.in Security & Commodity Market Investments are always Subject To Market Risk. Past Performance & Records is not a guarantee Of Future Performance. Before taking any Investelite Research services or trials or recommendations clients should go through all the Policies, Disclaimer, Disclosure & Terms & Conditions of the company. इन्वेस्टइलाइट ऐसी कोई सर्विस उपलब्ध नहीं कराती हैं जो वेबसाइट www.investelite.in पर उपलब्ध नहीं हैं जैसे गारंटी प्रॉफिट सर्विस, प्रॉफिट और लॉस शेयरिंगसर्विस, पोर्टफोलियो मैनेजमेंट सर्विस अथवा डीमैट ट्रेडिंग सर्विस इत्यादि | यदि कोई व्यक्ति ऐसी कोई सर्विस आपको उपलब्ध करने का वादा करता हैं हैं तो आप हमें इस नंबर पर कॉल करे 9294509999 अथवा आप हमें care@investelite.in आईडी पर मेल करके इस बारे में जानकारी दे|

What Is Stock Market/Share Market?

A stock market or share market is a cluster of buyers and sellers of stocks (also called shares). These may include securities listed on a public stock exchange, as well as stock that is only traded privately.

Read More

Primary Market


The market system where the promoter of the company sells shares for the first time to the public.


Read More

(IPO) Intial Public Offering


Initial Public offer is the process of selling the shares of the company from the primary or the initial owner to the public.

Read More

Secondary Market

The market system where the trading of Equity share of a company takes place the Second time, earlier in primary markets the seller was the Promoter of the company nowhere the seller, as well as the buyer, are investors as now the owner of the share is in public’s domain.

Read More

(FPO) Follow On Public Offering


Follow on public offer. Publicly listed company can offer additional shares. For the company which is already listed through IPO on the exchange.

Read More

Stock Exchange


A Stock Exchange is a place where stockbrokers and traders can buy or sell the share, bonds, and other securities. India has two stock exchange Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), and National Stock Exchange (NSE).

Read More

Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE)

BSE was established in 1875 Asia's 1st stock exchange located at Dalal Street, Mumbai. BSE is the 1st and largest securities market in India and 10th biggest stock exchange in the world by market cap of 150,184.87 billion (the US $ 2.1 trillion) with 5,439 No. of listings (April 2018).

Read More

National Stock Exchange (NSE)

National Stock Exchange (NSE) was established in 1992 as the first demutualized electronic exchange in India at Mumbai. NSE is the 11th largest stock exchange in the world by market cap of US$2.27 trillion with 1,952 No. of listings (April 2018).

Read More

Index

A stock index or stock market index is an indicator or measure of selected stocks of the stock market. An index represents stock according to its category such as nifty 50 represents the top 50 trading stocks in market.

Read More

Sensex

Sensex is a stock market index of Bombay stock exchange (BSE) representing 30 financially well-established companies which are the largest and most actively traded stocks in the Indian economy.

Read More

Nifty 50

Nifty is a stock market index of National stock exchange (NSE) representing 50 financially well-established companies which are the largest and most actively traded stocks in the Indian economy.

Read More

Intraday Trading

Intraday trading involves buying and selling stocks in a trading session which means on the same day. If the trader does not square off the position by the end of the day the position automatically gets squared off.

Read More

Benefit Of Intraday Trading


No overnight risk. Intraday trading allows to short sell the shares. The brokerage for intraday trading is lower. Increased Leverage more buying power.

Read More

Short Term


When the duration between buying and selling of the stocks in within a few days to few weeks it is called Short Term Trading.

Read More

Long Term


When the duration between buying and selling of the stocks in within a few weeks to few months it is called Long Term Trading.

Read More