SEBI has approved the stock exchanges to trade between 9 a.m. (0330 GMT) and 5 p.m., it said in a statement on Friday. The stock markets currently trade between 9:55 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. The move will soon come into effect. Is it a good move? Any comments?
Just; like you would need information to invest in the stocks and shares, same is the case when you wish to invest in the mutual funds. There are lots of mutual funds and these include index funds, diversified equity funds, exchange traded funds (ETF), balanced funds, debt funds and many more. The list is quite endless.
How does one know, if a particular mutual fund is suitable for them or not? All individuals have different risk appetite, funds at disposal and age factor. Considering these they must invest in the mutual funds. Some of the funds are aggressive and will invest entirely in the stock exchange, while other funds are relatively secure and will invest only in debt or government securities. Many of the mutual funds are aimed towards protecting the capital, while others will be risky.
SEBI has brought in new norms which would reduce the burden of margin on brokers at the time of high volatility in markets. SEBI has introduced the new norms on July 27 for comprehensive risk management system in the equity markets in cash segment.
Many of the Investors who are outside the net of the stock markets are often confused as to the ways that the stock market behaves, there are some myths that are inbuilt in the society about the stock markets as a whole. Here we are going to discuss some of the myths related to stock markets.