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Equity Or Stock Trading Through Shareway Securities Limited On Nse
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Established in 1991, National Stock Exchange (NSE) is 11th largest Stock Exchange and one of the India’s leading exchange groups. NSE allows trading of company stocks at an agreed price listed on a stock exchange majorly on 50 stocks that’s why NSE is also called NSE NIFTY. Equity Trading or Stock Trading can be performed using investors own knowledge of share market or it can also be performed by an agent authorized to buy and sell. Increasing technology, popularity of internet and very cost effective discounted brokerage firms has made it very easy for the investors to plan their finances and investment in stock market, but still if not done under proper guidance trading can be very stressful and dangerous financially.
One of the attractions of equity trading is that investors think that they can make quick money, but it totally depends on investor’s capital, opportunities available in the market and their technical knowledge. It’s a common tendency of investors that whenever they make profit, greed makes them wait for more and at last in most of the cases they don’t book profit, fear of price fall make investors to sell their stocks fast. These types of situations can be avoided and risk can be minimized if trading gets done in a disciplined manner under the guidance of specialized research team.
Looking at the scenario of trading, Mr. Murali Kabridass, Owner of Shareway Securities Limited (Shareway), a Company incorporated under Companies Act, 1956 backed up by 42 year old Group "Kabirdass Group of Companies" established in 2008 has thought of helping investors to make profit as much as possible, his only objective through Shareway Securities Limited is that customers should make profit, and introduced a new business model where maximum investors should make profit out of trading on Shareway platform.
If you buy and sell 1000 share of XYZ Ltd in multiple slots on Shareway trading platform as per the advices given by Shareway team from time to time, you can make maximum profit on your investments. Shareway Securites Limited team ensures that customer should make profit in the long run also.
About Shareway Securities Limited:
Shareway Securities Limited (Shareway), a Company incorporated under Companies Act, 1956 backed up by 42 year old Group "Kabirdass Group of Companies" established in 2008.
Shareway provides trading facilities on National Stock Exchange of India Limited for both Capital and Derivatives Segments and facilities on MCX Stock Exchange Ltd. in Currency Derivatives Segment. The Company also provides through its associate Company "NORTHCOM" trading facility on Multi Commodity Exchange of India Ltd.
Shareway offers online and offline trading for:
• Equity and Derivative Segment
• Currency Derivative Segment – Trading in futures and options
• Commodity Derivative Segment
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