share trading

Why do we requires a Demat Account…? And what is a trading account..?

SEBI - In this article we will understand the demat account in detail and also the Comparison between a Demat and trading account. We are sure that, all your queries in connection with this topic will be resolved after reading this article. Demat Account– A demat account is an account in electronic format in which the investors […]...

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India’s First ‘Unlimited Trading Subscription Plans’ with Indiabulls Shubh

SEBI - The Indiabulls Shubh is a discount broking platform which offers unlimited trading with subscription-based plans. The customers could pick from a range of subscription plans on both Intraday as well as Delivery....

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Intraday Trading – Tips and tricks you need to know

SEBI - Intraday trading is not as simple as it appears. One needs years of experience to understand how it works. Intraday trading involves purchase and sale of stock within a single trading day. The investor purchases stocks in order to earn profits by harnessing stock indices movement as opposed to investment purposes, which is common in [&hel...

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Share Trading Income : Business Gain or Capital Gain?

SEBI - Share trading has grown significantly in the last decade due to rise of the stock market and rapid adoption of technology. It is seen as a way to make quick bucks by a lot of people. However there is a lot of confusion among on how to treat the income earned from trading shares viz.  business gain or a capital gain. It is very important ...

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Long Term Buy: Reliance Industries Limited: Fundamental & Technical Analysis

SEBI - If we will see chart of Reliance of 5 years then Reliance was trading between 800 (lowest on 15-05-2012 Rs 681.65) to 1109 (highest on 06-06-2014 RS 1122.40). On 22-02-2017 it has crossed resistance of 1125 with huge volume & closed on the same day at 1207.5. ...

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Distribution of Cash Benefits through Depositories

SEBI - All cash benefit distributions are being processed outside the depository system. Thus, no information is available in the demat account with respect to entitlement of cash benefits and payment of the same to the investors. In case any investor requires any information or has a complaint with respect to above benefits, they are required t...

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Classfication of Shares when all such shares been bought in regular course business?

Karan R. Bahl Vs ITO (ITAT Mumbai) - In the instant case, all the shares have been bought by the assessee in the regular course of his business, employing common funds, depositing them in the same D-Mat account, and even through the same broker and infrastructure. ...

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Gains on shares held in investment portfolio not assessable as business profits

Commissioner of Income Tax-VII Vs Avinash Jain (Delhi High Court) - The intent and purport of the CBDT circular No.4/2007 dated 15.06.2007 is to demonstrate that a tax payer could have two portfolios, namely, an investment portfolio and a trading portfolio. In other words, the assessee could own shares for the purposes of investment and/or for the purposes of tradin...

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An order executed in parts by exchange can not be considered as multiple transactions

Mr. Nehal V. Shah Vs ACIT (ITAT Mumbai) - The AO held the assessee to be a trader in shares & assessed the gains as business profits on the ground that (a) there was high frequency & sale transactions, (b) there were instances where delivery was not taken and shares were sold within a short period,...

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Profits from shares is business profits: ITAT Mumbai

Smt. Sadhana Nabera Vs. ACIT (ITAT Mumbai) - The assessee, a director and shareholder in a company engaged in share trading, returned income of Rs. 78,89,499 earned by her on transfer of shares as a “short-term capital gain”. The AO took the view that as there were voluminous transactions, the assessee was engaged in share trading and the ...

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Income from trading of shares will be speculative business within meaning of provision of Explanation to section 73

ITO Vs. Ethno Financial Research Pvt. Ltd. (ITAT Delhi) - The provisions of Explanation to section 73 do not distinguish between the transaction of trading in shares on actual delivery or without delivery basis. Admittedly the assessee does not fall under any of the exceptions provided in the Explanation and hence, the purchase and sale of shares traded du...

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Personal verification of client’s mandatory requirement for opening share trading account

Circular No. SEBI/MIRSD/Cir.No.02/2010 - (18/01/2010) - The Securities Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has said that 'in-person' verification of clients is a mandatory requirement for opening account by a depository participant (DP). This will hold good for opening trading account by a stock broker and vice versa, if the stock broker and DP is the same en...

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Why do we requires a Demat Account…? And what is a trading account..?

In this article we will understand the demat account in detail and also the Comparison between a Demat and trading account. We are sure that, all your queries in connection with this topic will be resolved after reading this article. Demat Account– A demat account is an account in electronic format in which the investors […]...

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India’s First ‘Unlimited Trading Subscription Plans’ with Indiabulls Shubh

The Indiabulls Shubh is a discount broking platform which offers unlimited trading with subscription-based plans. The customers could pick from a range of subscription plans on both Intraday as well as Delivery....

Read More
Posted Under: SEBI |

Intraday Trading – Tips and tricks you need to know

Intraday trading is not as simple as it appears. One needs years of experience to understand how it works. Intraday trading involves purchase and sale of stock within a single trading day. The investor purchases stocks in order to earn profits by harnessing stock indices movement as opposed to investment purposes, which is common in [&hel...

Read More
Posted Under: SEBI |

Share Trading Income : Business Gain or Capital Gain?

Share trading has grown significantly in the last decade due to rise of the stock market and rapid adoption of technology. It is seen as a way to make quick bucks by a lot of people. However there is a lot of confusion among on how to treat the income earned from trading shares viz.  business gain or a capital gain. It is very important ...

Read More
Posted Under: SEBI |

Long Term Buy: Reliance Industries Limited: Fundamental & Technical Analysis

If we will see chart of Reliance of 5 years then Reliance was trading between 800 (lowest on 15-05-2012 Rs 681.65) to 1109 (highest on 06-06-2014 RS 1122.40). On 22-02-2017 it has crossed resistance of 1125 with huge volume & closed on the same day at 1207.5. ...

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Equity Research Analyst: Fundamental vs Technical – Basic Difference

What comes to your mind when you read these words together? You might be thinking of multiple computer setups with colourful charts displayed on them and a professional person shouting to get the trades right so as to make his/her pocket dearer ...

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Should you exit TATA stocks with Cyrus Mistry…???

The exit of Cyrus Mistry from TATA group was not a crisis situation and wouldnt change the fundamentals of companies. The sudden removal of Mistry took the market by surprise and in the near-term, some volatility in Tata Group stocks was seen. It raises questions on the governance front too. ...

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Is that what you thought about INSIDER TRADING?

Chirag Singhal Many of us who have heard about insider trading, has a view that an insider trader is a handcuffed corporate person, who has been caught for doing illegal activities. But that is not the only fact. Insider trading has 2 parts, of which 1 is legal and another is prohibited i.e. is illegal. […]...

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Income from sale of shares is Business income or Capital gains

This article is for better understanding of Treatment of Income from Sales of shares or other securities. Here I am explaining about the possibilities one can treat the income from sale of shares and what are the benefits of it. The article also comprises the corresponding guidelines from CBDT which are self explanatory and fiercest....

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Turnover Computation & Tax audit applicability for F&O Transactions

Ideally when you deal in Futures and Options, the transaction size is big but profits are too small. Therefore confusion prevails that whether these transactions can be termed speculative transaction or they are business losses or profits....

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