Indian Capital Market is considered the second largest capital market in the world next only to the United States of America. Stock Markets in India have grown exponentially as measured in terms of the number of listed companies, market capitalization, turnover on stock exchanges, price indices and others. In terms of reforms and development, the Indian stock market has been the fastest to grab every opportunity presented by the paradigm shift in India's economic policy. A well-organized and well-regulated capital market facilitates sustainable development of the economy by providing long-term funds in exchange for financial assets to investors. This book is based on a collection of chapter-contributions from leading academicians on relevant, authoritative and thought provoking aspects of Indian Stock Market. It contains both conceptual and empirical studies so as to enable the reader to acquire a holistic view of the subject. This book is designed to meet the requirements of MBA students specializing in the area of Finance, students of CA/ICWA, students of M.Com/B.Com, academicians, researchers, practitioners and investors in general.From the Table 4.20, it is learnt that 86.4% respondents are of the opinion that investment in stock market involves high risk. 4.7% respondents think medium risk is involved in investment in stock market. Only 1.6% respondents say that there isanbsp;...
|Title||:||Indian Stock Market|
|Author||:||Bishnupriya Mishra, Sathya Swaroop Debasish|
|Publisher||:||Excel Books India - 2008|