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Benefits of Investing in Commodity Trading

Benefits of Investing in Commodity Trading can be a great way to earn passive income. Commodity investing is the purchase of securities that are derived from commodities.

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Is It Risky To Invest In Penny Stocks

Is It Risky To Invest In Penny Stocks, try to invest money when you're young because you're likely to have more time and money to lose before you need to support yourself financially.

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Factors Affecting Options Pricing That You Should Know

Factors Affecting Options Pricing That You Should Know is a great way to generate consistent cash flow, whether it be by trading in stocks, ETFs, or indexes

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Most Effective Intraday Trading Strategies

Most Effective Intraday Trading Strategies. There are thousands of Trading Planning and Strategies for traders to make money in the latest phase of the market.

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Value Stocks and Dividend Stocks

What is the Difference Between Value Stocks and Dividend Stocks? Compared to the rest of the market or through a better cash return or dividend payment.

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Fundamental Analysis in Stock Market

Fundamental Analysis in Stock Market. While choosing the correct firm can be challenging, investing in stocks can be simple.

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Important Tips to Invest in Stock Market

Important Tips to Invest in the Stock Market. Invest in stocks that can help you achieve these goals.

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The NRIs Guide to Investing in India: Know Before You Invest

The NRIs Guide to Investing in India: Know Before You Invest. The Indian economy is expected to grow at a robust pace of 7-8% for the next few years.

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Samvat 2079: Muhurat Trading in 2022

Samvat 2079: Muhurat Trading in 2022, The time of Diwali is important for all investors and traders in the share market.

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Gaining Profits in a Falling Market via Future Trading

Gaining Profits in a Falling Market via Future Trading - In the world of finance, it is always important to be prepared for the unexpected. One way to hedge your portfolio against these changes is by using future trading.

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Factors Responsible for Stock Market Crash

The causes of a Stock Market Crash are varied, but it usually occurs when people feel that something is wrong with their investments. Also, there are many ways and strategies to prevent Stock Market Crash.

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Best Investment Options for NRIs in India - TradingBells

The Government of India has been trying to open more doors for NRIs (Non-Resident Indians) to invest in India. It is coming up with essential options to expand its global Index

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Factors that Affect the Price of Commodities - TradingBells

Factors that Affect the Price of Commodities - Commodity trading is a term used to describe a type of trading that involves buying and selling commodities such as grains, oil, or precious metals.

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Why Most People Fail When Investing in the Stock Market?

Why Most People Fail When Investing in the Stock Market? Investing in the stock market can be a profitable venture for those willing to take the risk.

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Strategies to Reduce Risk in Investment Portfolio

Know your Strategies to Reduce Risk in Investment Portfolio to achieve growth financially with the bare minimum resources

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How to Invest in Mutual Funds: The Beginners Guide

Learn How to Invest in Mutual Funds as it offer great potential for growth once you know what you're doing and have an excellent strategy in place.

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Expectations from the Budget under Modi 2.0

One of the most important expectations from the upcoming budget for the investor community in general would be that the reduction in Corporate Income Tax rates. The government reduced the rate to 25% for MSMEs last year, the same can be extended to the entire corporate fraternity. That would give a boost to the corporates and to investor confidence alike.

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Dividend Distribution Tax - Explained

DDT or Dividend Distribution Tax is to be paid by companies who distribute their profits to their shareholders in the form of dividends. The current rate of DDT is 15% (effective rate of 20% once it is grossed up and adjusted with surcharge and education cess). This dividend received is then tax free in the hands of the shareholders.

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5 Tips for Traders & Investors

Ever since I've started trading many years ago, I've been advised many times by friends and relatives to stay alert or stay away from the stock markets. I've always been a cautious trader, due to which I feel to have lost a few great opportunities. Over the course of many years of learning through trial and error, I realised that trading should be taken as seriously as any other profession. I always advise my friends to take some calculated risks in trading, at the same time make informed decisions for long term investments. Here I will go through some of the tips that Ive learnt through my journey as a trader.

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STT on Option Exercise trades

With effect from September 1, 2019, where the option is exercised, STT at the prescribed rate shall be levied on the "intrinsic value" instead of the settlement price as at present. Further, in this regard, the intrinsic value has been defined as the difference between the settlement price and the strike price of the option.

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Airlines Industry - A sector in trouble

All the scheduled Indian airlines have posted an aggregate operating loss of Rs. 7,088 crore in 2018/19 (provisional) from a combined operating profit of Rs 913 crore in 2017/18. The aviation sector is not in the pink of health.

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Index Funds - Pains and Gains

Has the time come for Indians to consider index funds considering actively managed funds are lately finding it hard to beat the market. Or should they continue to stick with active funds for better returns?

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Dividend Yield stocks which have become attractive

Falling bond yields and marginal tax rate cut from 34.94% to 25.15% will improve the dividend payout profile of India Inc. immediately as capital allocation decisions on new investment may happen with a lag as demand environment remains weak.

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Investing in debt in unstable equity market

Debt markets, also known as bond markets, is a place where government and corporate bonds are bought and sold. There is no exchange on which these transactions happen, instead these are mainly traded by large institutions and banks. Equity markets on the other hand is a place where stocks or shares of companies are bought and sold. These happen on a stock exchange (such as the NSE or BSE) and have higher reach amongst retail players when compared with the debt markets.

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Jet Airways - Why is it still trading on the exchange and what is driving its price?

Jet Airways is a distressed stock, undergoing bankruptcy proceedings managed by NCLT. Although non-operational, it is not yet unlisted from the stock exchange and there are people holding on to these shares as trading instruments. The share price had continuously fallen from ?265 levels in Apr-2019 to ?15.45 on 18-Oct-19 after which it has been hitting upper circuit daily of 5% to close at ?23.70 on 01-Nov-2019.

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Markets Crashing - What's going on and what to do?

Today Indian Markets witnessed one of the worst single day fall in recent times, with Nifty falling over 900 points and Sensex crashing by over 3,000 points. The major reasons for this crash is the Corona Virus scare, with no confirmed news on how many could get affected due to the virus and no cure or vaccine available as yet. In the short run, margin calls and stop losses are triggering panic selling in the market which is creating a cyclical effect as this is further pushing the stock prices downwards.

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