Demat Account and Online Trading

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER -1| INTRODUCTION| 1-20|
| 1.1 Introduction to Demat and online trading| 1| | 1.2 Indian e- Broking Scenario| 2|
| 1.3 Effect on off-line business| 2-3|
| 1.4 Depository Service- beginning| 3|
| 1.5 Indian stock market| 4-8|
| 1.6 Evolution of online trading| 9-17|
| 1.7 Reasons for online trading| 17-18|
| 1.8 Reasons for emergence of online trading| 18| | 1.9 Recent developments| 19|
| 1.10 With online trading an investor can-| 20| CHAPTER -2| RESEARCH DESIGN| 21-24|
| 2.1 Statement of problem| 21|
| 2.2 Need for the study| 21-22 |
| 2.3 Review of literature| 22|
| 2.4 Objective of the study| 22|
| 2.5 Methodology| 23|
| 2.6 Tools for data collection| 23|
| 2.7 Scope of study| 23|
| 2.8 Limitation of the study| 24|
CHAPTER -3| INDUSTRY PROFILE| 25-28|
| 3.1 Concept of depositories3.2 Secondary market| 25 25| | 3.3 Stock Exchange | 25|
| 3.4 Clearing house| 26|
| 3.5 Rolling settlement cycle| 26|
| 3.6 Initial public offering| 26|
| 3.7 Float| 26|
| 3.8 Marginal trading| 27|
| 3.9 Dematerialization| 27|
| 3.10 Depository| 27|
| 3.11 Scrip| 27|
| 3.12 Depository participants| 28|
CHAPTER -4| ANALYSIS AND DATA INTERPERETATION| 29-71| CHAPTER -5| FINDINGS, SUGGESTION & CONCLUSIONS| 72-| | 5.1 FINDINGS5.2 SUGGESTIONS 5.3 CONCLUSIONS| 72-73 74-75 76-77| | BIBLIOGRAPHY| |

| ANNEXURE| |

LIST OF TABLES
Sl. No| Name of table| Pg No|
1.| Showing usage if online trading system continent wise| 29| 2.| Showing ranking of major benefits of online trading system| 31| 3.| Showing products that are traded online| 33|

4.| Showing statistics of NSDL and its interface| 40| 5.| Showing savings for a person who buys shares for long term investment| 45| 6.| Showing savings for a investor who sells dematerialized shares| 48| 7.| Showing savings for a trader who buys and sell very often| 50|

LIST OF CHARTS
Chart No.| Name of Chart| Pg No|
1.| Showing NSDL and its interface| 39|
2.| Showing procedure of opening a Demat account| 56|

LIST OF FIGURES
Figure No.| Name of the Figure| Pg No.|
1.| Showing usage of online trading system continent wise| 30| 2.| Showing ranking of major benefits of online trading system| 32| 3.| Showing products that are traded online| 34|

4.| Showing statistics of NSDL| 41|
5.| Showing savings for a person who buys shares for long term investment| 46| 6.| Showing savings for a investor who sells dematerialized shares| 49| 7.| Showing savings for a trader who buys and sell very often| 51|

Executive Summary

The term “market” can have many different meanings. One usage of the term denotes the primary market and the secondary market. These two markets distinguish between the market where securities are created and the market where they are traded among investors. Their function is the key in understanding how securities are traded. The primary market is where securities are created. It’s in this market that firms sell (float) new stocks and bonds to the public for the first time. Secondary market is where most trading occurs, the secondary market is the one in which securities are traded after having been initially offered in the primary market. It is basically a market in which an investor purchases an asset from another investor, rather than an issuing corporation. This includes the...
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