Equity Trading in shares :
Crecerfinance offers you various options while trading in shares.
Cash Trading :
This trading method requires the amount to be paid immediately after the transaction is made
Margin Trading :
Margin trading is the act of buying and selling with the amount borrowed from the broker. In such an agreement, you can make a down payment (known as margin), and purchase equities worth ‘x’ times the margin amount.
Call N Trade :
With this option, you can call a local number in your city and trade on the phone by connecting to our Customer Service Executives.
Trading on BSE :
Through Crecer finance, you can trade on major stock exchange: Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE).
Market Order :
This option allows you to trade by placing orders during market hours. You can hence buy/sell at the best obtainable price in the market at the time of execution.
Limit Order :
Allows you to place a buy/sell order at a price defined by you. The execution can happen at a price more favorable than the price, which is defined by you, limit orders can be placed by you.
what is Equity?
Equity is nothing but ownership. Usually, companies sell a portion of their ownership to the public in exchange for money. Investors purchase a share of the ownership by buying shares of the company. They then become a shareholder. Company stocks are called equities.
How to trade in equities?
Equity trading is very simple. All you need to do is purchase shares of a company. To do so, you need a demat and and an equity trading account. You will have to link your trading account to your savings bank account to transfer money easily for the purchase of equities.
Why invest in equities
Simply saving money and keeping it aside does not help too.
- Beat inflation
- Better than cash
- Best long-term returns
Investors feel that stocks involve too much risk. But there is some risk attached to every investment product. Unfortunately risk is not understood by many investors. In short run, risk is in volatility of price of underlying asset i.e., how much it can rise and fall given a period of time. But in long run risk is not volatility but the risk is to maintain the purchasing power of your money.