Screen Based Trading System (SBTS)| How to Buy Shares | NSE | BSE

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  • Published on:  Saturday, June 6, 2020
  • Trading in the Indian Capital Market is done through internet these days. Every investor should have three accounts (i.e. savings, trading and dematerialised or demat account) for trading purpose. making online buying and selling through internet is also known as Screen Based Trading System (SBTS). India has two centralised exchanges i.e. NSE and BSE and both exchanges have their own trading softwares i.e. NEAT (for NSE) and BOLT (for BSE). These softwares allow investors to enter different types of orders such as market order, limit order, stop loss order. The mechanism of every order is different. By this video, you will learn..
    # How to buy financial instruments in the stock market?
    # How to enter information in stock exchange software (i.e. BOLT or NEAT)?
    # What types of orders are available for stock market trading?
    # Features of each type of order.

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