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How to Share Trade Online

Are you looking for an investment online? Trading online is a cakewalk for many, but can be hectic if you are investing online for the first time. Individual investors and traders can buy and sell securities online with online share trading. To help you invest in the right securities and stock, we will talk about how stock broking trading works, how to trade in share market by opening an online stock trading account and much more.

Strategy to trade

Initial Investment: The first and most important step is to decide on how much money you would like to invest in the stock market. Make sure that this money is one place, for example, a savings account.Understand the rules: Before you invest, you must know and understand the rules and regulations set by the government, such as the tax repercussions.Do your research: Read up on stocks and understand the how it works, what you are to gain or lose. It is advised that you examine the services provided by the trading firm you are investing in. It is all in the numbers.Tech-savvy: Unlike telephonic interactions with your share broker, online trading requires you to have an understanding of how the software works. Learn the jargon, explore the options on the brokerage web page and make sure you know exactly what to do when you log in.Invest: If you are an apprehensive first timer, invest a small amount of money as a test run. This will give you a more practical understanding of how your money is invested. When you are sure you know how the market works, invest a bit more!

Points to note when you are trading online

Before you invest: Before you begin it is advised that you have enough money apart from your initial investment in case of unexpected expenses. The thumb rule is to have minimum six months' salary as savings. You could also consider keeping cash or cash equivalents in hand, which would act as an emergency fund.

Demat account: Demat or Dematerialised account is opened when you register with an investment broker. This account helps in making the transactions online for an electronic settlement of trades.

Opening an online stock trading account: To start with a stock trading account you can open new trading and demat account with your preferred bank or link it with your banking account if you already have one. To buy stocks and trade funds, you will require a brokerage account, which acts as an agreement between the investor and the broker.

CDSL: 
The "Central Depositary Services Limited" secures the securities either in certified or dematerialised form. CDSL helps in recording the transfer of securities between an individual and broker.

Considering these simple steps, your first investment can be made easy. Be sure of the stocks you are investing in, with adequate analysis and seeking assistance you can ensure the best returns.