The term “E-Trading” refers to the electronic share trading. It is the process through which online trading of securities(Stocks and Bonds),foreign currency and derivatives are traded electronically. There are generally two types of online trading i.e. Business-to- Business trading and Client-to-Client trading. It is a very popular method where the buying and selling of shares is done within some minutes. Generally this share trading market is in a boom in the states like Maharashtra and Gujurat.NSE and BSE are the two places where continuous share trading takes place. Apart from these two there are 21 other stock exchanges where share trading transactions takes place. SEBI is the governing body that regulates the entire stock exchange markets. The present financial world is more advanced and more aggressive towards the share market field than it was in the past. Trading involves both risks and returns. The project focuses mainly on the various services rendered by reliance money through e- trading. Extensive research and field work has been done to know the customer behavior towards various investment option in the financial markets.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.1 Introduction to the Company-Reliance Money
2. VARIOUS SERVICES OFFERED BY RELIANCE MONEY THROUGH E-TRADING
4 2.1 Equity
2.1.1 Benefits of Investing in Equity
2.1.2 Equity - Investing in Equity -- The Procedure
2.2.1 Types of Derivatives
2.3.1 IPO Procedural Aspects
2.4.1 Market Players in the Forex Market
2.4.2 Structure of the Market
2.4.3 Forex Trading
2.5.1 Who Should Trade in Commodities?
2.5.2 What are the Reasons for Trading in Commodities?
20 2.5.3 Trading Strategies of Commodities
2.5.4 Product Notes - Know Your Commodities.
2.6 Mutual Funds
2.6.1 Benefits of Investing in Mutual Funds
3. OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY
3.1 On the Job Training
3.3 Research Objectives
3.4 Data Collection (Primary Sources)
3.4.1 Direct Customer Interview
3.4.2 Opinion Polls
3.5 Analysis and Interpretation
3.6 Graphical Representation
3.7 Findings of the Study
3.8 Recommendations and Suggestions
E-Trading is how people in the financial services industry refer to electronic trading - i.e. trading securities (such as stocks and Bonds), foreign currency, and exchange traded derivatives electronically.
There are, broadly, two types of trading in the financial markets: • business-to-business (B2B) trading, often conducted on exchanges, where large investment banks and brokers trade directly with one another, transacting large amounts of securities, and • business-to-client (B2C) trading, where retail (e.g. individuals buying and selling relatively small amounts of stocks and shares) and institutional clients (e.g. hedge funds, fund managers or insurance companies, trading far larger amounts of securities) buy and sell from brokers or...
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