Stock Trading

Beginner’s Guide to getting started in NEPSE

Step 1: Get a bank account. “A” class banks are preferable. See the list of possible banks and finance companies which are C-ASBA approved. It will be helpful if you have a bank account in which connectIPS self-verify is possible. It is not mandatory though. Step 2: Get a DEMAT account. Subsidiary capital of bank will create DEMAT for you. You

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How Effective Is the Contrarian Investing Strategy?

“Be fearful when others are greedy, and greedy when others are fearful” -Warren Buffett The above Warren Buffett quotation is central to the contrarian investing theory. Contrarian investment is related to value investing in that both types of investors are looking for stocks that are cheap. To make money, investors in this investment technique go

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Insider Trading in the context of Nepal Stock Exhange

What is the definition of insider trading? Trading (buying or selling) a public company’s shares or securities based on non-public, material information about the company/stock is known as insider trading. Insider trading is a technique for those with access to valuable information before it becomes public to make enormous financial advantages. But make no mistake:

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Getting started in Nepali Stock Exchange

If you haven’t yet entered the Nepali capital market and wish to take advantage of the market’s benefits, the key facts listed below should help you get started. 1. Start by opening a DEMAT account To engage in both the main and secondary markets, you must first open a dematerialized (DEMAT) account with a Depositary

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Quotes from the book ‘BUFFET: The Making Of An American Capitalist’

The biography ‘Buffet: The Making Of An American Capitalist,’ written by writer Roger Lowenstein, is based on the life of legendary investor Warren Buffet. Buffett’s life journey from rags to riches is depicted in this book. Warren Buffet amassed enormous riches by pure investing, becoming one of the world’s wealthiest individuals. This book dives deeper

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