• NSE India: History, Products, Innovations, and Awards

    NSE India: History, Products, Innovations, and Awards

    History and Background: The National Stock Exchange (NSE) is a fascinating entity that has transformed the landscape of Indian financial markets. Founded in 1992, the NSE was born out of a desire to modernize India’s stock market and create a transparent, efficient, and investor-friendly platform for trading securities. This was a time when India’s economy…

  • Capital Allocation & Risk Management

    What is Risk Management? Risk management is a crucial aspect of trading that involves strategically limiting your exposure to potential losses in the financial markets. By carefully managing your positions, you can mitigate the impact of significant market fluctuations or a series of consecutive losses, ensuring that your overall financial risk remains manageable. The primary…

  • Fundamentals of Forward Contract

    Introduction- “Forward contracts are an agreement or contract to buy or sell an asset at a specific quantity on a specific future date.” To access this post, you must purchase Pro-Learning Plan (3 Months), Pro-Learning Plan (6 Months) or Pro-Learning Plan (12 Months).

  • NISM Certification: All You Need To Know

    What is NISM? NISM stands for National Institute of Securities Markets. It’s a public trust established in 2006 by SEBI (Securities and Exchange Board of India), the main regulatory body for the Indian stock market. NISM has six schools of excellence: Capital Markets Risk Management Investment Banking Derivatives Markets Investor Education Securities Operations and Technology…

  • Research Analyst – How to Become a SEBI Registered Research Analyst?

    Introduction: Investing in the stock market is a common avenue for many investors, whether directly in individual stocks or through mutual funds. However, navigating the vast sea of information related to companies, stocks, and commodities can be challenging. Often, this information is raw and requires thorough analysis using various financial tools to make informed investment…

  • TradingView Alerts: The Power of Variable Values

    TradingView Alerts: The Power of Variable Values

    In the intricate world of the Indian Stock Market, where every second counts, traders are on the lookout for tools that provide real-time information and actionable insights. TradingView, a widely-utilized charting and analysis platform, takes a giant leap forward by offering users the ability to create alerts with variable values, tailored specifically for the nuances…

  • Automating TradingView Alerts on Telegram using PipeDream: A Guide for Traders

    Automating TradingView Alerts on Telegram using PipeDream: A Guide for Traders

    Trading in the stock market requires timely information, and what could be better than receiving real-time alerts on your favorite messaging platform, Telegram? In this guide, we’ll walk you through the process of setting up TradingView alerts to seamlessly flow into your Telegram chat, all thanks to PipeDream – an integration and automation platform. Step…

  • Things to Find Before You Trade

    Things to Find Before You Trade

    Introduction:Trading in the financial markets is indeed a blend of art and science, where your every decision holds the potential to shape your financial destiny. Whether you’re a seasoned trader or just starting, having a clear plan and a systematic approach to analyzing potential trades is essential. In this in-depth guide, we will explore the…

  • Derivative Market Players: Hedgers, Speculators, and Arbitrageurs

    Financial markets can seem complex, but at their core, they are made up of different types of players, each with their own goals and strategies. Imagine these players as actors on a stage, and three of the main characters are hedgers, speculators, and arbitrageurs. These characters play important roles in making the market work, and…

  • INTRODUCTION OF DERIVATIVES

    Definition of Derivatives: Derivatives, by their name, reveal their fundamental nature. They are financial instruments whose value is intrinsically tied to something else, lacking an independent intrinsic worth. This “something else” is known as the underlying asset, and it serves as the foundation upon which the derivative derives its value. The value of a derivative…