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In the common parlance, buying and selling shares of different Companies in the Stock market is known as “Equity Trading”. Equity trading is controlled by Equity Stock Exchanges, and mainly consist of the following :-

  • Delivery trade:

    Here, the clients purchase shares and takes delivery of the same in the manner prescribed by the Market Regulators after making payment. The investors can have the shares purchased transferred to their Demat account in Electronic form. Thereafter, they can sell it at any time in the share market depending upon the rates prevailing, booking profit/loss as the case may be. Here, the advantage for the investors is that they can choose time to sell their shares when the rates are ruling high, for better benefits.

  • Intraday trade:

    Here, the clients purchase and sell the shares on the same day during the trading time without taking delivery of the scrips purchased. The shares purchased in the day have to be squared up before closing of the market on the same day. If the rates go up, the purchaser gins, and if it goes down, he suffers loss. In the local term, intraday trading is known as “Satta” trade. This results in quick gain/loss to the purchaser. Long term investors do not prefer intraday trading.

  • Futures and Options (F & O)

    Here, the clients make purchase of shares at the current rate, which they can sell at a future date at the rates then ruling. Time limit has been fixed for such F & O trading transactions. The advantage of this type of trading is that the investor gets opportunity to sell his shares whenever the rates are high, within the applicable span.

Commodity trading:

This is relatively a new concept started in the year 2003 Commodity trading is done through Multi Commodity Exchange Ltd. (MCX) .Unlike equity trading, what is sold or purchased in this Market is some or other type of commodity – like Gold, Silver, Copper Zinc, Crude Oil, etc. etc. Clients can “purchase” commodities as per specified lots and sell them later as per their choice, or take delivery of the same within the time limit prescribed. Though Commodity trading is relatively new, it has gained roots fast and clients are investing heavily in commodities due to sudden gain and multiplicity of the items traded in the market. Losses are also equally deep if the rates of items purchased go down.

Currency Trading:

This is yet another new concept in the trading field, started in 2008. Currency Trading is done through MCX Stock Exchange Limited and United Stock Exchange Limited. This is somewhat like Commodity trading; the difference being that of the Commodity traded is “Currency” i.e. USD-INR, EUR-INR, GBP-INR, and JPY-INR.


This is a return-yielding investment like Fixed Deposits in Bank, Post Offices etc. But in the case of FD and Post Office savings, the investor gets full amount of deposited amount back with interest accrued at the specified rate, whether there is inflation or deflation in the money market. In the case of Mutual Funds, the investor can redeem his investment as per the NAV (net average value) when the redemption is asked for. Here, the investor gets high return if the NAV is high, and he sustains loss if the NAV is low, compared to the purchase rate. MF provides high return when the market is surging and does the opposite when the market is down.


Registered Companies down load a part of their shares to the general public or Institutional buyers through the process of listing in Stock Exchanges. Normally, the listing price is many times more compared to the face value of the shares. Once allotted, the purchaser can take delivery of the allotment in physical form or have them transferred to their Demat Account. Thereafter, they can trade these shares in the market as they wish.
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Attention Investors: -KYC is one time exercise while dealing in securities markets - once KYC is done through a SEBI registered intermediary (broker, DP, Mutual Fund etc.), you need not undergo the same process again when you approach another intermediary.

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