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What is SME IPO, Magic" Double money first day"

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There are many options to reinvest your earned money and earn huge profits on it. Some options are risk-free, like bank FD, and PF there are some options. Some options are high-risk high returns. One such option is the stock market. The stock market is an option in which you can earn money in many ways. One of the popular ways to double money in one day is IPO. In the previous article, we have seen information about IPO, what is IPO, and how to open a Demet account. what is GMP (grey market premium)? Today let us see information about another type of IPO i.e., SME IPO. What is SME IPO:  A start-up small and medium enterprise (SME) equity share offers to the public for the first time. is called SME IPO. This type of offering is made to raise capital to fund growth opportunities, introduce new products and services, invest in new technologies, reduce the dept of the company, or make the company debt free.  SME IPO offered companies a good opportunity to list on a public exchange to

IPO Process Steps India, with better money.

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IPO is the means of doubling the money in one day in the stock market. The purpose of bringing an IPO into the stock market can be different. i.e. to acquire a business to grow the business as well as to reduce the debt of the company or to liberate the company. As the company brings its IPO stock to the market, the company also benefits, and investing in it can also be beneficial.  For Example:  Suppose there is a company named  ABC  Owner of the company wants to expand the company. In such cases the owner makes the shares of the company available in the open market, so he does not need to take a loan from the bank and does not need to pay interest because he does not take a loan from the bank. This gives investors maximum profit by investing in the IPO while the owner of the company ABC gets capital and through that, he can fulfill the need of the company, the company brings its shares IPO the stock.                                                                 IPO PROCESS (initial

Large vs Small vs Mid Cap which is better/लार्ज कॅप मिडकॅप स्मॉल कॅप यामधील फरक काय?

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Several people come to the stock market because of its high earnings in a quick date but they don't know which stock to capitalize in. In the stock market companies are classified into three types built on the size of their share capital. These three types are large-cap, mid-cap, and small-cap. Market capitalization is the classification based on the size of share capital. Market Capitalization=Unpaid shares * price consistent with   quantity huge cap company                                                                                                                                                   If you capitalize  on your share market,  have possibly got of large-cap companies. These are companies with a marketplace capitalization of $10 billion or more.    Capitalizing on large-cap companies can be a great way to get exposure to recognized, well-known companies that have a strong track record of performance. They are normally taken into consideration as less volatile

What is Nifty and Sensex?/निफ्टी आणि सेन्सेक्स म्हणजे काय?

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                                 In the earlier article, what is the stock market, and what care should be taken while buying shares in the stock market? See the information about how to open a demat account, what are the benefits, and how to take care of a demat account. Today let us know about Nifty and Sensex.                      Many times we hear this saying from the news, Sensex rose by many points, Nifty representation by many points Also Sensex fell by many points while Nifty fell by many points. So today we will know in this article what is Sensex and Nifty.                         Sensex is an index of the Mumbai Stock Exchange and also known as BSE. Nifty is the national stock market index called NSE.                                                 What is Sensex? / सेन्सेक्स म्हणजे काय     There are many companies in the Mumbai stock market, but only 30 companies are designated in this Sensex. Companies that are large in size and share capital are selected in