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In India, online trading is governed and regulated by the provisions laid down in the Securities Exchange Board of India (SEBI Act of 1992). Online trading in India refers to the buying and selling of securities through internet-based trading and selling platforms. On online-based platforms, a person can buy or sell stocks, mutual funds, bonds and other securities through the broker who provides access to these online trading platforms. This article will give you an insight into online trading, provisions related to it and the difference between Online Trading and Starting a Business
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Online trading is a type of method where a person can buy or sell financial instruments such as mutual funds, equities, bonds, derivatives, stocks, ETFs and other financial-related commodities via an electronic interface. Online trading has simplified the hectic and complicated process of trading. Online trading and starting a business are two different and separate things.
Many online trading platforms and apps provide real-time analysis and the current updated status of the stock market at any time. This also helps traders to predict the estimated situation of stocks in the upcoming days and in the near future. Online trading platforms attract users in many ways, two of which are providing ease of commission of business and reduced commission fees. A person needs a properly funded online trading platform for smooth and seamless execution of trade online.
In ancient times and during earlier times, brokers used to act as middlemen and provided information relevant to the stock market and its complete analysis. Online trading platforms have ended this dependency on brokers and have simplified the process of trading to a great extent. Online trading provides great advantages and benefits as compared to conventional or offline trading. Online trading platforms provide users access to buy and sell commodities sitting anywhere in the world.
Procedure to start online trading in India is simple and not that complex or complicated. Given below are the steps to start online trading in India:-
You can check the differences between Online Trading and Starting a Business:
In a nutshell, both online trading and starting a business are legally viable and feasible options for earning money in India. Both are different in many factors, and it depends on the needs of the person as to what source of earning money he or she wants to choose. But it is important to weigh the pros and cons involved in both online trading and starting a business.
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