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Introduction to Capital Markets

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Learn all about capital markets, stock markets, IPO etc to begin your career in capital markets! The course on Capital Markets on is a one of its kind course delivered to get you started on exploring capital markets. The knowledge of capital markets will help you with your interview preparation for jobs, higher studies etc.

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  1. Chapter 1

  2. Chapter 2

  3. Chapter 3

  4. Chapter 4

    • 4.1 - Dividends Stock bonus
    • 4.2 - Stock Split
    • 4.3 - Initial Public Offering in Detail
    • Quiz - 4.1
    • Quiz - 4.2
    • Quiz - 4.3
  5. Chapter 5

    • 5.1 - Mutual Funds Basics
    • 5.2 - Types of Mutual Funds
    • 5.3 - Exchange Traded Funds
    • Quiz - 5.1
    • Quiz - 5.2
    • Quiz - 5.3
  6. Chapter 6

    • 6.1 - Stock exchanges and their role
    • 6.2 - Stock Indices
    • 6.3 - DEMAT Account Basics
    • 6.4 - Tracking the stock market
    • Quiz - 6.3
    • Quiz - 6.1 & 6.2
    • Quiz - 6.4
  7. Chapter 7

    • 7- Bond Basics
    • Quiz - 7
  8. Chapter 8

    • 8.1 - Careers: Equity Research
    • 8.2 - Careers: Investment Banking
    • 8.3 - Careers: Trading
  • About this Training

    In this course you will learn all aspects of capital markets – shares, stocks, dividends, IPO, bonds, mutual funds, stock exchange, index, DEMAT etc. Learn how capital markets function and the career paths associated with it. This is an online course with 51 Videos & 15 Tests, just one hour of your time to learn from the video lessons with practical example and you can learn anytime from your home at your own pace.

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    Learn how to read Stock Quotes of different companies, learn how to get information from BSE and NSE websites with practical demo

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    You can ask all the questions in 'Clarify your Doubts' forum anytime, course experts will answer all your questions.

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    Receive an E-certificate from us once you complete the course. You can Download the Certificate from your Twenty19 account and also showcase it to your friends and family.

Stock Exchange

asked by Hari BabuUndrakonda

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Demat Account

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commodity trading

asked by AishwaryaR

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4.3 Book Built issue

asked by YashKothari

Book Build helps the company to decide the offer price of the share to the public depending upon the company's share demand

answered by NavneethVenkatesh, [ Jul, 2017 ]


asked by deekshads

The Decision will be made depending upon the company's procedure, market performance, latest updates and expert's opinion

answered by NavneethVenkatesh, [ Jul, 2017 ]

Capital markets


Hi Supratik

The question is not clear. Can you please elaborate on what do you want to know.

answered by Twenty19Expert Team, [ Feb, 2015 ]

MCX is a stock exchange for trading commodities like Gold,Silver,Natural Resources etc.

answered by NavneethVenkatesh, [ Jul, 2017 ]

how to decide face value?

asked by anjalikriplani

Hi Anjali

The face value of a share of stock is known as its par value. It is the value that the share is initially worth for and it is decided by the issuer.

answered by Twenty19Expert Team, [ Apr, 2015 ]

The face value of the firm is decided after the recommendations from Investment Bank Firm and Management Decision of the Company that is going for IPO

answered by NavneethVenkatesh, [ Jul, 2017 ]

why do companies have face value/

asked by pradeephadevendran

Hi , face value is the original cost of the stock shown on the certificate at which shares are issued and it usually remains same most of the times.

answered by AshishJain, [ Jun, 2016 ]

face value is the value of a share of a particular company when it is going IPO, The face value becomes market value once it is listed in Stock Exchange, and the market price may increase or decrease when it starts trading

answered by NavneethVenkatesh, [ Jul, 2017 ]

mutual funds

asked by anshikathamman

In mutual funds, your risk get diversified through portofolio can invest in debt funds, equity funds or balanced funds depending on your goals but in equity shares , you have higher risks and returns are market based .

answered by PRIYANKAKUMARI, [ Apr, 2017 ]

Mutual Funds is like crowdfunding the money for The Organiation's goals. Investing in Mutual funds makes you hav limited liabilty. However Before Investing you have to know the scheme overview to help you decide

answered by NavneethVenkatesh, [ Jul, 2017 ]

who will issue propectus


The Public company will be issuing the prospectus
Not the SEBI

answered by Twenty19Expert Team, [ May, 2017 ]

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