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Best Share Market Trading Company

Best Share Market Trading Company

Best Share Market Trading Company

TradingBells offer you a safe place for buying and selling trading stocks, shares, and equities whether you are a seasoned investor or just started your journey in the stock market. 

TradingBells share market trading services help you understand the dynamics of the market and advise you to take an informed and valuable decision and assist you in making a maximised potential investment.

Here, we’ll look at the various strategies of share market trading offered by TradingBells, but we’ll understand the basics of share market trading.

Basics of Share Market Trading

  • Share market trading is about trading shares or exchanging shares between different companies in the share market.
  • Trading begins with the fundamental analysis of the company that includes an analysis of the financial status, earning reports, economic indicators, and identification of the undervalued stocks.
  • After the fundamental analysis technical analysis of the company is important which includes the historical price and volume patterns of predicting the future. Trading Bells have the best tools, indicators, and services for technical analysis.
  • Successful share market traders have efficient Risk Management Skills. At Tradingbells, we offer various techniques for managing risk such as stop-loss orders, diversifying your portfolio, and managing position sizes.

What does the Share Market include?

The share market is huge and includes various financial instruments, such as:-

  • Shares:- In trading, shares are represented as a part or unit of equity ownership which can be bought or sold to raise the company’s capital.
  • Bonds:- Bonds are a kind of loan that is issued by the government or corporate to the borrower at a specific rate of return for a certain time.
  • Mutual Funds:-  Mutual Funds scheme is about pooling money from different investors and investing it into a mix of securities, like bonds, shares, stocks, and short-term debts
  • Derivatives:- Derivatives are financial contracts between two parties that determine their value over the underlying assets such as shares, currency, stocks, commodities, etc.

Who Determines the Price of the Share Market?

The price of the shares in the market is determined by the demand and supply of the shares. If a company issues its share in the stock exchange which is highly favourable and has demand in the market, the price will get high.

How’s Share Market Trading Beneficial?

Share market is beneficial for both the company and the investor. The company gets a chance to raise its capital by Initial Public Offering {(IPO) it’s when a company issues its shares for the first time} and allows investors to be a shareholder of the company and get high value of their shares as the company rises.

A company can offer a certain amount of shares according to its market value by following the rules and regulations of the Securities and  Exchange Board of India (SEBI) to be eligible for listing and to launch the IPO.  

Factors To Consider Before Making Share Market Investment

It’s important to consider certain factors before making a share market investment:

1)Investment Objectives: If you are willing to invest in the share market you should first decide on your financial goals and decide your investment horizon before making an investment.

2)Risk-Bearing Ability: It’s important to understand when and where to invest while investing in the share market. If you are an investor with less - risk appetite you should invest in defensive stocks that are less impacted by the market volatility and provide you with stable returns.

3) Diversification: The share market is a profitable as well as risky place to invest in. To keep yourself on the safe side from this financial risk you should have a diversified portfolio. Investing in different sectors can help you in mitigating risk.   

Helpful Terms about Share Market Trading

Trading vocabulary uses various typical terms that can be hard to understand, Here’s a list of a few of these terms that’ll help you in grasping the terminologies easily 




Stock Exchange Sensitive Index (SENSEX) is a list of the top 30 stocks by the BSE.  


The Securities Exchange Board of India (SEBI) looks after the market securities and oversees any fraudulent transactions or activities by any party.


A dematerialisation account is shortly called a Demat account which is an online portfolio that keeps customer's shares and securities in electronic format.  


Trading is a process of buying or selling shares in the company.


A portfolio is a collection of financial instruments that are maintained by investors. It includes bonds, stocks, commodities, cash, and cash equivalents, including closed-end funds and exchange-traded funds (ETFs).

Bull Market

A bull market is a market period when companies generate high revenue, the economy grows and investors tend to spend more. 

Bear Market

A bear market is a market period when the economy slows down, consumers spend less and GDP gets down.


Initial Public Offer (IPO) refers to the issue of a company’s share in the primary market.


Bombay Stock Exchange(BSE) was established in 1875 and is the first and largest securities exchange market in India.


National Stock Exchange (NSE) is the first screen-based trading in India.


Types of Share Market Trading

 A Share market can be divided into two parts:- 

Primary Market

Secondary Market

A company enters a primary market to raise money.

Once shares are sold in the primary market they are traded in the secondary market.

New investors can gain knowledge about the securities and stocks issued by various corporations.

Investors feel more convenient in the secondary market as the prices of shares are already decided and there is confusion about the securities.

It’s mainly to raise capital for the company by issuing shares.

It helps investors to trade with different financial assets like bonds, shares, and equities of the company.


Different Strategies of Share Market Trading Offered by TradingBells:-

To navigate your world of Share Marketing in the right direction, Trading Bells offers you a wide range of strategies and assistance to implement them. Various trading strategies of trading bells are as follows:-

  1. Day trading:-  Day trading strategy is about buying and selling shares within the same day or seconds to get profit with small fluctuations in the price of shares. Trading Bells provide proficiency in such market matters
  2. Scalping:-  Scalping is a fast trading technique where shares are bought and sold multiple times in a short period to reap small profits.
  3. Swing trading:- In swing trading shares tend to capitalise in a short or medium period that ideally counts between day 1 to day 7 from the purchase of the shares.
  4. Momentum trading:-  In momentum trading, shares are analysed and responded to accordingly, In downward momentum traders purchase a volume of shares to sell them when the shares are in upward momentum. It profits traders.  
  5. Position trading:- Position trading is good for regular participants or unprofessional investors who hold a position of their shares and sell them at times price high. This strategy is to avoid short-term gains and get a long-term profit.

How to Begin to Share Market Trading?

If you want to begin your share market trading journey, you have to start with these four simple steps:-

  1. Find a SEBI-registered stock broker:- To begin your trade in the share market you first have to look for a SEBI-registered stock broker to understand the market with a facility of opening a Demat and Trading account.
  2. Open a demat and trading account:- You can’t begin your trading without a Demat or Trading account. Both are important to start your trade in the market as the Demat account holds your share in digital format and the trading account helps you with the transactions in the market.

 Essentials for opening your account

  • PAN card
  • Bank account
  • Address proof documents
  • Identity proof documents

With Trading Bells you can open your Demat Account in just 15 minutes 

Below are the steps to open an account with TradingBells 

  • Visit www.tradingbells.com » Click on open an account» and Enter Basic details
  • After that, you will receive a one-time password (OTP) on the mobile number.
  • On your registered email id, you’ll receive a link, now you have to enter your OTP.
  • After verifying your OTP, you need to fill out the online Account Opening Form.
  • After that, your RM will contact you for the documentation.
  • Once the documentation process is completed and the forms are received at HO, the account will be opened within 24 hours.

3. After opening a trading account Add money: -  Once you’ve created your account, you’ll get your login details. Login to your account and add the money from your bank account to our trading account.

4. View stock details, choose the right shares, and start trading:- You can create a list of your favourite companies and keep track of their prices and details and buy them whenever you want.

Who can open a Trading and Demat account with TradingBells? 


  • Resident Individuals
  • NRIs
  • Minors (Only Demat account, As sole holder)


  • Corporate
  • Partnership firms
  • Registered/Unregistered trust (Demat account in the name of the Trustees)
  • Registered/Unregistered society (Demat account in the name of the Members)
  • Association of Persons (AOP)
  • FII/FPI (Only Trading Account)
  • Bank
  • Mutual funds
  • LLP (Limited Liability Partnership)

Choose the right shares

Once you are done with your demat and trading account, you’re just one step away from investing. 

Investing isn’t difficult but investing in the right stocks is important, as all stocks do not perform well in the market or aren’t stable. So, now we know that all stocks don’t perform in a similar manner, and choosing the right stocks is necessary. 

Here’s a friendly guide for you on how to select the right stocks/shares:

  • Do thorough research on the company that you are willing to invest in.
  • Look for other competitive companies and check their growth prospects.
  • Do keep an eye on market trends and news.
  • Check for stocks that are expected to perform well in the long term.
  • Avoid Penny Stocks
  • Prevent yourself from investing in illiquid or volatile stocks.

Always remember that even the right stocks don’t guarantee you a 100% profit so always try to diversify your portfolio and avoid risk.

Share Market Trading Charges 

When you begin trading you’ll find a high range of share market transactions by the stock brokers as charge. You’ll find a full broker service where you’ll get premium services and personal advice for the investments while the discount broker will offer you a few fewer services and will charge less.

With TradingBells, you can choose the best trading options as full broker service or discount service that they specialise in with the minimum charges and sufficient services.

Why choose TradingBells?

  1. Trading Bells is a leading online stock investment and trading platform with a great research team that helps you trade with confidence and provides you with the best market opportunities for investments.
  2. It offers various plans and strategies that you can select according to your time and budget.
  3. Along with trading advice, it offers you training and education sessions where you can learn the basics and invest yourself.
  4. At TradingBells, you can choose to buy now and pay later service.
  5. You can go for premium broking with personalised services or choose discount broking services.


Frequently Asked Questions

Q-1) Can I invest 50 rs in the share market?

Ans:- You don’t need to invest a lot of money to begin in the market. If you find any stock worth ₹50 per share you can go ahead.

Q-2) Which is the cheapest share in India?

Ans:-  Here is a list of the best low-price shares to buy today-

Low Price Shares List 2023


Yes Bank


Vodafone Idea


UCO Bank


Bank of Maharashtra


Suzlon Energy



Q-3) Which is the 1 share in India?

Ans:- As of now MRF Ltd and Madras Rubber Factory Ltd have the highest share value in India.

Q-4) Is investing in share market trade risky?

Ans:- Yes, Share markets have risk but once you understand the strategy you can earn a lot more than your investments.

Q-5) Can I earn 500 rs daily from the share market?

Ans:- Yes, if you have the required knowledge, skills, discipline, experience, and ability to understand the market you can earn 500 rs or even more every day. However, people mostly fail to do that and blame the market for it.


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Issued in the interest of investors: Prevent Unauthorised transactions in your trading and Demat account. Update your mobile numbers/email IDs with Tradingbells. Receive alerts and information of all debit and other important transactions in your trading and Demat account directly from Exchange/Depository on your mobile/email at the end of the day. KYC is a onetime 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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