नमस्कार मित्रो। एंजेल ब्रोकिंग के इस podcast में आपका स्वागत है ।
Koi bhi jyotish se poochho to ve kahenge ki life mein timing ka bada importance hota hai. 12:00 baje ke ek taraf aapka janm hua to aapki Rashi kuchh aur hogi, aur 12:00 baje ke baad hua to graho aur sitaron ka naksha badal jaega. Filmon mein bhi timing ka bada importance hota hai - Dilwale dulhania le jayenge mein vah jo train jo thi, vo 5 minute late hoti, yah 5 minute jaldi chalu hoti, to voh iconic scene ho hi nahin pata. Bus kuchh isi tarah Share market mein bhi timing ka bada importance hota hai.
Aap Google karenge to aapko milega ki share market 9:00 baje chalu hota hai aur 3:30 baje band ho jata hai. Per Aisa adhura gyaan rakhna na jaan ne se bhi jyada dangerous hai. Isliye iss podcast mein hum aapko Share market ke timing ka pura pura Gyan denge. We will talk about the three sessions before the stock market opens and the two sessions after the stock market closes, as well.
India mein 2 main indexes hai: Bombay stock exchange aur National stock exchange. Iss mein se Bombay stock exchange National stock exchange ka bada bhai hai. Bombay stock exchange is actually the oldest stock exchange in Asia. India mein hi nahin, Asia ke kisi Desh mein BSE se purana stock exchange nahin hai. National stock exchange, on the other hand, opened in the 1990s. However, today, both the stock exchanges are good options for both amateur and professional traders. Both of these stock exchanges open at 9:00 a.m. sharp and close at 3:30 pm. In these 6 and a half hours, fortunes are made and lost. So just like the stock market let's start exactly at 9:00 a.m.
9:00 baje se 9: 15 baje tak ke window ko actually pre opening session kaha jata hai. Iss 15 minute ke chhote se window ko 3 alag alag parts mein divide Kiya gaya hai. Let's understand each of these three trading sessions inside these 15 minutes.
Part 1 lasts from 9 a.m. to 9:08 a.m. Inn 8 minto mein aap stocks khareed sakte hain, stocks bhech sakte hain, aur apne holdings modify kar sakte hain. Aapke orders execute toh 9:15 baje hi honge. But the people who show the foresight of getting ahead of the race by starting early benefit from their orders being given the preference when the stock market opens at 9:15 am. Therefore agar aap chahte Hain ki aapke orders ko stock market khulne ke baad preference Diya jaaye to aapko 9:00 baje hi Apne orders please kar dene Hain.
Part 2 lasts from 9:08 a.m. to 9:12 a.m. Iss samay mein stock market kaun se orders bikke, kaun se orders kharide Gaye, aur kaun se orders modify hue, iska analysis karti hai. The stock market crunches numbers and figures out the exact relationship between the supply and the demand of each share. This relationship determines the opening price of the shares. Therefore the early birds of the stock market -;that is people who place orders between 9 a.m. and 9 0 8 a.m. influence what prices the market opens with. Please note that in these four minutes no orders can be placed or withdrawn or modified. These four minutes only exist to give the indexes some time to process all the orders that were placed in the 8 minutes prior.
Part 3 lasts from 912 a.m. to 915 a.m. No trading and no processing of data happens in these 3 minutes. These three minutes only exist to act like a buffer between the pre trading session and the regular stock market session.
At 9:15 a.m. sharp, the regular trading session begins for the day. Kuchh log kahenge ki that's when the party begins. Koi log kahenge ki 915 se rat-race shuru Ho jaati hai. Par Jo log regularly trade karte Hain unke liye ye toh bus simply kaam hai. The stock market is nothing but their place of work. From this point on, the trading continues non stop until the closing Bell of 3:30 p.m. Lagbhag 6 ghanto mein the market goes through the intraday ups and downs. Some long-term trends continue in the direction in which they were going and other trends see a surprise reversal.
But wait - the day is not yet over. Picture to Abhi baki hai. From 3:30 p.m. to 3:40 p.m. the closing prices of stocks and market indices are calculated. If you are new to the stock market, you must be wondering what are market indices? Well an example of a market index would be Nifty 50. Nifty 50 is an index contract that can be bought and sold like a regular stock. In fact Nifty 50 is the most traded contract anywhere in the world. However instead of being a single share, Nifty 50 is a composite of the shares of the 50 companies on the stock market that have the highest market capitalisation.
Therefore to calculate the closing price of shares and market indices like Nifty 50, the stock market takes out a weighted average of the prices at which the shares traded in the final half an hour before the market closed.
After this, from 340 to 4:00 p.m. the traders can still place orders to buy and sell shares. However this is only possible if there are enough active traders in the market in that duration.
Chaliye ek special trading session ki baat sunkar iss podcast ko khatm karte Hain. Vaise to public holidays par stock market band rahata hai. Per Diwali ke din stock market 1 ghante ke liye khula hota hai. Yah baat Koi foreigner ko surprising lagegi, par har Indian guess kar sakta hai ki Diwali ko stock market kyun khulata hai. We consider Diwali to be an auspicious occasion. Therefore, if only for an hour, we keep the markets open on Diwali so that even the stock market can feel the blessings of the season.
चलिए, एंजेल ब्रोकिंग की तरफ से आपको आज के अलविदा. ये podcast शेयर करना ना भूलियेगा - याद रखियेगा की ज्ञान बाटने से बढ़ता है । और फिर अंत में तोह financial markets एक ऐसी university है जिसमे कोई professor नहीं, सब students ही है ।