A stock market, equity market or share market is a platform where new investors start investing their, money in the new way. Stock market is a market of buying & selling shares. In stock market you can purchase companies share when you want to purchase them or when companies share rate is going to low, & you can sell your share when market rate is going high. In the share market you can hold your shares when you want to hold them. Like a year & more time.
1. Intraday trading
2. Positional trading
3. Mid term trading
4. Value Investing
5. Growth Investing
Intraday trading :- Intraday trading refers to market positions that are held for a short time; commonly the trader opens and closes a position the same day. Usually, day buyers are knowledgeable and well funded. They make use of excessive quantities of leverage and short-time investing strategies to capitalize on small movements of price in highly liquid stocks or currencies. You can also call intraday trading as a day trading.
Positional trading :- It is an approach to trading in which the trader buys or sells contracts and holds them for more time. Traders buy companies shares when companies share is not on high rates & wait for the situation when market rate is going high & then sell their shares.
Mid term trading :- If you would like to trade in the mid term trading- in this situation you can hold your share a day or for a week. During this you can hold your share & analyze the market value& as per the analysis you can sell your share. That time is very useful for mid term investors.
Value Investing :- It’s an investment strategy where you can select your stocks for trade less than their intrinsic values or which appears cheap. A value investing investor waits to market reaction that whether the market condition is good or bad.
Growth Investing :- Growth investing is a funding style and funding approach which is targeted on the development of a trader’s capital. Growth investors invest in growth stocks whose earnings are expected to increase above the average rate as compared to the market.