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How to apply for IPO (Initial Public Offering) Online

How to apply for IPO (Initial Public Offering) Online

ONLINE IPO APPLICATION  ||  APPLY ONLINE FOR IPO  \\ SHARE MARKET BEGINNERS 

PROCEDURE

FIRSTLY YOU NEED TO ADD YOUR DP (DEPOSITORY) ID TO YOUR ACCOUNT

                                      ADDING APPLICANT & DP

STEPS

  1. Go to Your Internet Banking console. For example, If you have savings account in SBI which is linked with your Demat account. Then go to SBI internet banking.   www.onlinesbi.com

2. Login with you username and password. You will go to HomePage of SBI internet banking.

THEN

3. Click “Profile” tab on top menu bar.

 

4. On new console you get different options, out of that choose “Manage IPO Applicant”

 

5. Now, you have to enter your ‘Profile Password’ which in NOT same as your ‘Login password’

 

6. After login, you have to submit your details like name, PAN number Depository and beneficiary DP id etc. You will get these things either from your Broker, if not, then by Login to your Demat account.

DP id is generally 16 digit number.

 

7. Submit the details. Go to next step. Enter OTP generated and keep forwarding…

FIRST STAGE OF ADDING A NEW APPLICANT AND ADDING DEPOSITORY COMPLETED.

SECOND STEP IS TO APPLY FOR IPO –

  1. Go to Your Internet Banking console. For example, If you have savings account in SBI which is linked with your Demat account. Then go to SBI internet banking.
  2. Login with you username and password. You will come to HomePage of SBI internet banking.
  3. Then click on “e services” on top menu bar. (shown in figure)

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4. Check options available on left side. Click on “Demat & ASBA services”

 

5.  You will get different options on console. Check “IPO (Equity)” option.

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6. Read the conditions carefully before “Accept”

 

7. Now, you will get the list of IPO’s that are open to apply.

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8. Click your choice, here say “Godrej Agrovet Limited” IPO

9. Now check dropdown option. Individual and Employee. Select proper option. It means, If you are Godrej Company Employee then click Employee option else Individual. Most of the times, employees get shares in discount rates.

10. When you select one of the option, you will get all the details of the transaction and IPO listing like lot size, issue price etc.

 

11. YOU HAVE TO CLICK ON “SELECT REGISTED APPLICANTS” IN FRONT OF APPLICANT NAME.

12. SELECT REQUIRED OPTION AND SUBMIT. YOU WILL GET DETAILED PRINT OF THE TRANSACTION…

 

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Derivatives Market Introduction

Derivatives Market Introduction

#Futures & Options   #भारतीय शेअर बाजार 
Hello Friends,

One of our friend is telling about the basics of Share Market. He will post articles regarding that topic. I will discuss ‘Futures & Options’ topics with you. Equity and Derivative market, both are commonly important for investors. But Firstly you should go with the Basics and then Futures and Options. Its very complicated and risky part of share market.

Those people who are unknown with F&O… This is for them….

#Basics of Derivatives

Derivative is a contract or a product whose value is derived from value of some other asset known as underlying. Derivatives are based on wide range of underlying assets. These may include…
– Metals such as Gold, Silver, Aluminium
– Energy resources such as Oil, Coal, Electricity
– Agri commodities such as wheat, Sugar, Coffee, Cotton
– Financial assets such as Shares, Bonds and Foreign Exchange.
#We Will See History

History of Derivatives may be mapped back to the several centuries.
-12th Century- In European trade fairs, sellers signed contracts promising future delivery of the items they sold.
-Late 17th Century – In Japan at Dojima, near Osaka, a futures market in rice was developed to protect rice producers from bad weather or warfare.
-When seeing history, we it was a common practice to make deal of a product before actual product is available. eg. giving advance to a farmer for his yield is actual generated.

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#Indian Derivatives Market

The exchange traded derivatives started in India in June 2000 with SEBI permitting BSE and NSE to introduce equity derivative segment. To begin with, SEBI approved trading in index futures contracts based on CNX Nifty and BSE Sensex, which commenced trading in June 2000. Later, trading in Index options commenced in June 2001 and trading in options on individual stocks commenced in July 2001. Futures contracts on individual stocks started in November 2001. MCX-SX started trading in all these products (Futures and options on index SX40 and individual stocks) in February 2013.

@Products in Derivatives Market

1.Forwards
It is a contractual agreement between two parties to buy/sell an underlying asset at a certain future date for a particular price that is pre-decided on the date of contract. Both the contracting parties are committed and are obliged to honour the transaction irrespective of price of the underlying asset at the time of delivery. Since forwards are negotiated between two parties, the terms and conditions of contracts are customized. These are Over-the-counter (OTC) contracts.

2.Futures
A futures contract is similar to a forward, except that the deal is made through an organized and regulated exchange rather than being negotiated directly between two parties. Indeed, we may say futures are exchange traded forward contracts.

3.Options
An Option is a contract that gives the right, but not an obligation, to buy or sell the underlying on or before a stated date and at a stated price. While buyer of option pays the premium and buys the right, writer/seller of option receives the premium with obligation to sell/ buy the underlying asset, if the buyer exercises his right.

4.Swaps
A swap is an agreement made between two parties to exchange cash flows in the future according to a prearranged formula. Swaps are, broadly speaking, series of forward contracts. Swaps help market participants manage risk associated with volatile interest rates, currency exchange rates and commodity prices.

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Starting Chapter

Starting Chapter

#शेअरमार्केट_माहिती    #ShareMarketInformation

 Hello friends,

We are here to get something about the Indian share market and related things. We everyday read in Newspaper and watch on TV channels regarding Market Falls down and raised up by this value. But most of the time we don’t know what actually it is about.Some people tell us their ‘drastic’ earning in share market, but don’t realize it. We just listen and forgot those words.
Many of people are interested in share market. They have lot of curiosity in this thing. But due to some fear or due to lack of knowledge they choose to stay away from this. They don’t know what is all this matter and how to deal with it.
Share Market Guide
What is the concept of share market?

Talking simply, Share market, for people like us, is very simple thing. Its just taking a product in X amount and selling it at Y amount, where Y is obviously greater than X. Difference between X and Y is your profit.

For example, you bought a 10 gram gold in 30000 rupees and after some months gold rate raised due to some reasons and you sold it at 35000 rupees. This is it. Your profit is 35000-30000 = 5000.

Take another example, you bought a home/plot (real estate) in 20 lacs and then sold it in 25 lacs. You earned profit of 5 lacs.

Both examples are clearly match with the share market. Here, instead of gold and home/plot, we can put ‘shares’ only.

Take another example, you bought a bike in 50000 rupees and after some months you want to sell it. You can get maximum upto 45000 rupees. In any case, you will not get more than 50000 rupees. Because you used that bike for some days and you have to sell it in lower price than the original market price. So, this can not be an example of share market.

So, when you are investing in share market, you should keep in mind about the good returns.

I think this is sufficient to understand that you have to buy a particular thing in X amount which is supposed to give you returns more than X amount. And finding such shares (which will give you profit) is work of Share Market Analyst.

What is Shares? 
Just forget what is meant by the term ‘share’ you are here to make money, not to get degree in this field. You just have to buy and sell shares to make money. How? and where? we will discuss in next chapter.

Share Market: Abhyas ani Anubhav Uday Kulkarni @149 Only

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