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What is Share and Share market?

What is Share and Share market?

What is share?
The public limited companies have shares.A Share represents an ownership in a Company.
For example - If you buy a share of any company then you are the owner of that company. “The ownership depends on the number of shares you hold or the percentage of shares you hold”. A founder, chairman or board of directors hold, mostly, majority of the shares of the Company so they are considered as major decision makers.

What is Share market?
The general term ‘market’ is the place where buying and selling takes place likewise Share market is the place where the buying and selling of shares take place.
Note - Now a days due to revolution of internet and computer the buying and selling of shares can be done from anywhere in the world with the help if computer and internet connection.
Some facts about share market
i) Share market can be considered as business or job, either part time or full time job.
ii) Its all about learning and experience.
iii) It requires consistency in learning.
iv) Requires full dedication
v) Don’t misunderstand that Share market will make you millionaire in one night.

What Share market is not ?
i) Overnight rich scheme or business.
ii) It is not a magic or quick money maker.
iii) It is not for seasonal earning but once experienced can make it seasonal activity.
iv) It is not for them who totally want to depend on tips.

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Indian Rupee History

Indian Rupee History
The central bank in India is called the Reserve Bank of India. The INR is a managed float, allowing the market to determine the exchange rate. As such, intervention is used only to maintain low volatility in exchange rates.
Early Coinage of India
India was one of the first issuers of coins, circa 6th Century BC, with the first documented coins being called 'punch-marked' coins because of the way they were manufactured. India's coinage designs frequently changed over the next few centuries as various empires rose and fell. By the 12th century a new currency referred to as Tanka was introduced. During the Mughal period, a unified monetary system was established and the silver Rupayya or Rupee was introduced. The states of pre-colonial India minted their coins with a similar design to the silver Rupee with variations depending on their region of origin.
Currency in British India
In 1825, British India adopted a silver standard system based on the Rupee and was used until the late 20th century. Although India was a colony of Britain, it never adopted the Pound Sterling. In 1866, financial establishments collapsed and control of paper money was shifted to the British government, with the presidency banks being dismantled a year later. That same year, the Victoria Portrait series of notes was issued in honor of Queen Victoria, and remained in use for approximately 50 years.
The Modern Day Indian Rupee
After gaining its independence in 1947 and becoming a republic in 1950, India's modern Rupee (INR) was changed back to the design of the signature coin. The Indian Rupee was adopted as the country's sole currency, and the use of other domestic coinage was removed from circulation. India adopted a decimalization system in 1957.

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HOW Rs.10,000 BECAME Rs.500 CRORES

Mohammed Anwar Ahmed, 60, resides in the sleepy town of Amalner in district Jalgaon, Maharashtra. His father owned a large farmland in the 1970's. The father's untimely death in 1980 left the four sons to lead different paths in their lives. They sold the land and divided the proceeds of Rs.80,000 equally among themselves. Mohammed, the youngest of the four, then aged 27, was married for two years and had a year old son. On parting with his brothers, he was at crossroads and did not know the path he should choose for himself as all his working life he had worked on the fields. His one brother left Amalner while the two started their own shops.

                                                                       WHAT'S SO SPECIAL ABOUT AMALNER?
 

In 1947, Chairman of WIPRO Ltd. and philanthropist Azim Premji's father Mohammad Hussain Hasham Premji set up the company's first plant here to manufacturer vegetable ghee, vanaspati and refined oils. It was then called Western India Vegetable Products Ltd. and had got listed on the stock exchange in 1946. Over the years many residents of Amalner worked at the plant and several residents were shareholders of the company. In 1966, Mr.Azim Premji became Chairman of the company.

                                                                                   A CHANCE MEETING
 

As Mohammed Anwar Ahmed sat near a tea shop in Amalner, a young stock broker from Bombay (now Mumbai) named SatishShah stopped to ask a question. This meeting would change the life of Mohammed Anwar Ahmed. Satish Shah had come toAmalner to buy as many shares as he could on behalf of some clients in Bombay. The question that Satish Shah asked was : “Do you know anyone here who owns shares in that factory?” pointing to the WIPRO plant. Mohammed replied that the owners of the factory stays in Bombay. In short 15 minutes, Satish explained to Mohammed, how owning a share could make one a part owner in the company. This made Mohammed inquisitive and the meeting lasted for 30 more minutes. Mohammed helped Satish Shah go door to door to collect shares from willing sellers (in very small towns nearly everyone knows each other) and for himself bought 100 shares of Rs.100 face value, thus investing Rs.10,000 from the total of Rs.20,000 that he had. The rest, he invested in starting a trading business.

                                                                            THE JOURNEY TO WEALTH
 

From then on Mohammed started to think himself as part owner of WIPRO (and rightly so) and vowed never to sell a single share till Mr. Azim Premji is at the helm. Here is how his initial investment of Rs.10,000 grew to over Rs.500 crores.

He had invested in 100 shares at face value of Rs.100 in 1980. The initial investment was Rs.10,000.

In 1981, the company declared a 1:1 bonus. He now had 200 shares.

In 1985, the company declared 1:1 bonus. He therefore had 400 shares.

In 1986, the company split the share to Rs.10. He thus had 4000 shares.

In 1987, the company declared 1:1 bonus. He hence had 8000 shares.

In 1989, the company announced a 1:1 bonus. Now he had 16,000 shares.

In 1992, the company declared a 1:1 bonus. By now he had 32,000 shares.

In 1995, the company declared a 1:1 bonus. He then had 64,000 shares.

In 1997, the company declared 2:1 bonus. He now held 1,92,000 shares.

In 1999, the company split the share to Rs.2. He now had 9,60,000 shares.

In 2004, the company declared 2:1 bonus. He thus had 28,80,000 shares.

In 2005, the company declared 1:1 bonus. He came to have 57,60,000 shares.

In 2010, the company declared 2:3 bonus. He now had 96,00,000 shares.

The current market price is Rs.500 per share. The shares are valued at Rs.480 crores.

Over the past 33 years, the company regularly paid out dividends and increased them almost every year. Cumulatively he received Rs.118 crores as dividend over the past 33 years. Thus by investing Rs.10,000, Mohammed gained Rs.598 crores.

He is now retired and donates freely to charity from the dividends he receives. His foreign educated children often advice him to sell the shares but he has kept his vow of not selling a single share till Mr.Azim Premji is the working Chairman.

This is a lesson - both in patience and conviction.

 

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* Rupee ends at 61.88/89 per dlr vs 62.02/03 on Monday
* Sentiment aided by dovish cbank policy review
* Rise in Asia FX also helps

The Indian rupee rose on Tuesday after the central bank kept interest rates unchanged but signalled it could ease monetary policy by early next year, raising optimism about accelerating economic growth.
The Reserve Bank of India said it could cut interest rates "early next year" provided inflationary pressures do not re-appear and the government controls the fiscal deficit.
The rupee also benefited from stronger emerging Asian currencies on the back of dollar volatility and a rebound in crude oil prices from five-year lows.
Our Analysts said the rupee would likely remain under pressure given the broader strength in the dollar, although losses could be capped by domestic factors.
"The rupee would remain under pressure in the near term on global factors"But a largish depreciation is unlikely because of continuous fund flows, moderation in inflation - and now a good chance of early rate cuts from RBI."
The partially convertible rupee closed at 61.88/89 per dollar compared with 62.02/03 on Monday. It hit a low of 62.25 on Monday, its weakest since Feb. 20.
Hopes the RBI would cut interest rates by early next year supported the rupee by raising confidence about the domestic economy. Still, Indian shares fell on a bout of profit booking, limiting any further gains in the rupee.
In the offshore non-deliverable forwards market, the one-month contract was at 62.14/24, while the three-month was at 62.65/75.

FACTORS TO WATCH FOR 03.12.2014

 

* U.S. dollar rises vs basket of major currencies

* South Korea's won led gains in emerging Asian majors

* Investors await ECB, Friday's payrolls data

* Foreign institutional investor flows

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