How to Invest in Share Market in India: Hello Investors. Today we are going to discuss one of the most elementary topics for a newbie- How to invest in share market in India?
We have been planning to write this post for a number of days as there are many people who are willing to invest, however, do not know how to invest in the share market. Through this article, they will get the answers to their question and learn the step-by-step process of how to invest in share market in india
Please note that this post might be a little longer as we are trying to cover all the basics that a beginner should know before entering the stock investment world. Make sure that you read the article till the end because it will definitely be worthwhile reading it. Let’s get started.
Pre-requisites Before You Invest in Share Market in India
For investing in the Indian stock market, there are a few prerequisites that we would like to mention first. Here are the few things that you will need to invest in the share market:
- Bank Savings account
- Trading and Demat account
- Internet connection
(Thanks to Reliance Jio, everyone has a 4G internet connection now… 😀 )
For opening a demat and trading account (usually opened altogether and called a 2-in-1 account), the following documents are required:
- PAN Card
- Aadhar card (for address proof)
- Canceled cheque/Bank Statement/Passbook
- Passport size photos
You can have your savings account in any private/public Indian bank.
Where to open your trading and demat account?– This will be discussed later in this post on the section ‘choose your stock broker’ (STEP 4).
Get your documents ready. If you do not have a PAN card, then apply as soon as possible (if you are 18 years old or above).
3 Basic Advice Before You Start Investing
When you are new to the stock market, you enter with lots of dreams and expectations. You might be planning to invest your savings and make lakhs in return.
Although there are thousands of people who have made wealth from the stock market, there are also hundreds of thousands who have not.
Here are a few cautionary points for people who are just entering the world of investing.
— Pay Down Your ‘High-Interest’ Debts First
If you have any kind of high-interest paying debts like personal loans, credit card dues debts, etc, then pay them first. The interest of these loans can be even as high as your returns from the market.
There is no point in wasting your energy to give all the returns you made from the market as the interest on your debts. Pay down these debts before entering the market.
— Invest Only Your Additional/Surplus Fund
Stop right there if you are planning to invest your next semester’s tuition fee, next month’s flat rent, savings for your daughter’s marriage which is going to happen next year, or any similar reasons.
Only invest the amount that won’t affect your daily life. In addition, investing in debts/loans is really a bad idea, especially when you are new and learning how to invest in the share market.
— Keep Some Cash in Hand
The cash in hand doesn’t just serve as your emergency fund. It also serves as your key to freedom. You can take big steps like changing your little flat, quitting your annoying job, or simply shifting to a new city, only when you have cash in hand.
Do not get trapped by investing all your money and later losing your freedom. Do not sacrifice your personal freedom in the name of financial freedom.
Also read: 7 Things to do Before You Start Investing
Now that you have understood the prerequisites and the basics, here are the seven steps to learn how to invest in share market on your own. Do follow the step sequences for an easy approach to entering the stock market world.
How to Invest in Share Market in India?
Step 1: Define Your Investment Goals
It’s important to start by defining your investment goals. Start with end goals in mind. Know what you want.
Do you want to grow your saved money (capital appreciation) to beat inflation and get higher returns? Do you want to build a passive income from your investments through dividends? Are you investing for a specific goal? Or do you just want to have fun in the market along with creating wealth?
If you want to just have fun and want to learn, that’s okay. But make sure that you do not over-invest or get too attracted to the market. Moreover, most people start the same way and define their goals later.
Anyway, if you are starting for Goal-Based Investing, do remember that the time frame for different investment goals will be different. Your goal can be anything like buying a new house, new car, funding your higher education, children’s marriage, retirement, etc.
However, if you are investing in your retirement, then you have a bigger time frame compared to if you are investing in buying your first house. When you know your goals, you can decide how much you want and for how long you have to remain invested.
Step 2: Create a Plan/Strategy
Now that you know your goals, you need to define your strategies. You might need to figure out whether you want to invest in the lump sum (a large amount at a time) or by SIP (systematic investment plan) approach. If you are planning small periodic investments, analyze how much you want to invest monthly.
There’s a common misconception among our society that you need large savings to get started. Say, one lakh or above. But that’s not true. As a thumb rule, first, build an emergency fund, and next start allocating a fixed amount, let’s say 10-20% of your monthly income to save and invest.
You can use the remaining portion of your earnings for paying your bills, mortgages, etc. Nevertheless, even if your allocated amount turns out to be Rs 3-5k or more, it’s good enough to build an investing habit.
Quick Note: Stockbrokers like Zerodha allow investors to schedule their investments via Systematic Investment plans for stocks.
Step 3: Read Some Investing Books
There are a number of decent books on stock market investing that you can read to brush up on the basics. Few good books that I will suggest the beginners should read are:
- The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham
- One up on wall street by Peter Lynch
- Common stocks and uncommon profits by Philip Fisher
- The Dhandho Investor by Mohnish Pabrai
- The little book that beats the market by Joel Greenblatt
Besides, there are a couple of more books that you can read to build good basics of the stock market. You can find the list of ten must-read books for Indian stock investors here.
Step 4: Choose Your Stock Broker
Deciding on an online broker is one of the biggest steps that you need to take. There are two types of stockbrokers in India:
- Full-service brokers
- Discount brokers
— Full-Service Brokers (Traditional Brokers)
They are traditional brokers who provide trading, research, and advisory facilities for stocks, commodities, and currency. These brokers charge commissions on every trade their clients execute. They also facilitate investing in Forex, Mutual Funds, IPOs, FDs, Bonds, and Insurance.
Few examples of full-time brokers are ICICIDirect, Kotak Security, HDFC Sec, Sharekhan, Motilal Oswal, etc
— Discount Brokers (Budget Brokers)
Discount brokers just provide the trading facility for their clients. They do not offer advisory and hence suitable for a ‘do-it-yourself’ type of client. They offer low brokerage, high speed and a decent platform for trading in stocks, commodities, and currency derivatives.
A few examples of discount brokers are Zerodha, Upstocs, 5 Paisa, Trade Smart Online, Paytm Money, Groww, etc.
Read more here: Full service brokers vs discount brokers: Which one to choose?
We will highly recommend you to choose discount brokers (like Zerodha) as it will save you a lot of brokerage charges.
Initially, we started trading with ICICI direct (which is a full-service broker), but soon realized that it was too expensive when compared to discount brokers. It doesn’t make sense to pay extra brokerage charges even if you get similar benefits. And that’s why we shifted to Zerodha as our broker. (Related Post: Different Charges on Share Trading Explained- Brokerage, STT & More)
Zerodha (a discount broker) charges a brokerage of 0.01% or Rs 20 (whichever is lower) per executed order on Intraday, irrespective of the number of shares or their prices. For delivery, there is a zero brokerage charge in Zerodha. Therefore, the maximum brokerage that you’ve to pay per trade while using the Zerodha platform is Rs 20 and it doesn’t depend on the volume of trading.
This is way cheaper compared to ICICI direct (full-service broker) which asks a brokerage of 0.55% on each transaction. If you buy stocks for Rs 50,000 in ICICI direct, then you have to pay a brokerage of Rs 275 for delivery trading i.e. when you hold the stock for more than one day in your demat account.
Further, as this amount is charged on both sides of the delivery transaction (buying & selling), hence you have to pay a total of Rs 550 for the complete transactions in ICICI direct (way too expensive than Zerodha).
In short, if you are planning to open a new trading account, we would recommend opening an account in a discount broker so that you can save lots of brokerages. If you’re interested to open your account with Zerodha, here’s the direct link to fill account opening application!
- How to Open a Demat and Trading Account at Zerodha?
- How to Open Demat and Trading Account at 5Paisa?
- 8 Best Discount Brokers in India – Stockbrokers List 2021
Step 5: Start Researching Common Stocks and Invest.
Start noticing the companies around you. If you like the product or services of any company, dig deeper to find out more about its parent company, like whether it is listed on the stock exchange or not, what is its current share price, etc.
Most of the products or services that you use in day-to-day life — From soap, shampoo, cigarettes, bank, petrol pump, SIM cards or even your inner wears, there is a company behind everyone. Start researching about them.
For example- if you’ve been using HDFC debit/credit card for a long time and are satisfied with the experience, then investigate further about HDFC Bank. The information of all the listed companies in India is publicly available. Just a simple ‘Google search’ of ‘HDFC share price’ will give you a lot of important pieces of information. (Try it now!)
Similarly, if your neighbor bought a new Baleno car lately, they try to find out more about the parent company, i.e. Maruti Suzuki. What other products it offers and how is the company performing recently- like how are its sales, profits, etc.
You do not need to start investing in stocks with hidden gems. Start with the popular large-cap companies. And once you are comfortable in the market, invest in mid and small caps.
- How to do Fundamental Analysis on Stocks?
- How To Select A Stock To Invest In Indian Stock Market For Consistent Returns?
- What is Top Down and Bottom Up approach in stock investing?
Step 6: Select a Platform to Track Your Performance
You can simply use an excel or google spreadsheet to track your stocks. Make a spreadsheet with three tables containing:
- The stocks that you are interested in and need to study/investigate,
- Those stocks that you have already studied and found decent,
- Miscellaneous stock- for the other stocks that you want to track.
Else, you can do this by creating multiple watchlists on our Trade Brains Portal. Our Research and Analysis Portal offers users to make up to 5 watchlists and create portfolios. You can sign up on Trade Brains Portal for free to track your stock performance.
This way, you can easily follow the stocks. In addition, there are also a number of financial websites and mobile apps that you can use to keep track of the stocks. However, I would suggest you track your stocks on Trade Brains Portal.
Step 7: Have an Exit Plan
It’s always good to have an exit plan. There are two ways to exit a stock. Either by booking profit or by cutting a loss. Let’s discuss both these scenarios. Basically, there are only four scenarios when you should sell a good stock in your portfolio:
- When you badly need money
- When the stock fundamentals have changed
- When you find a better investment opportunity and
- When you have reached your investment goals.
If your investment goals are met, then you can exit the stocks happily. Or at least, book a portion of the profit from your stock portfolio and shift it to other more safer investment options. On the other hand, if the stock has fallen under your risk appetite level, then again exit the stock. In short, always know your exit options before entering.
That’s all. There were seven steps that will help you learn how to invest in the share market. Now, here are a few other important points that every stock market beginner should know:
10 Additional Points to Take Care While You Invest in Share Market in India:
1. Start Small
Do not put all your money on the market in the beginning. Start small and test what you have learned. You can start even with an amount of Rs 500 or 1000. For beginners, it’s more important to learn than to earn. You can invest in a large amount once you have more confidence and experience.
2. Diversify Your Portfolio
It’s really important that you diversify your portfolio. Do not invest in just one stock. Buy stocks from companies in different industries.
For example, two stocks of Apollo Tyres and JK Tyres in your portfolio won’t be called a diversified portfolio. Although the companies are different, however, both companies belong to the same industry. If there is a recession/crisis in the tire sector, then your entire portfolio might be in RED.
A diversified portfolio can be something like Apollo tires and Hindustan Unilever stocks in your portfolio. Here, Apollo Tyres is from the Tyre industry and Hindustan Unilever is from the FMCG industry. Both the stocks are from different industry in this portfolio and hence are diversified.
Also read: How to create your Stock Portfolio?
3. Invest in Blue-Chip Stocks (For Beginners)
Blue chips are the stocks of those reputed companies that are in the market for a very long time, financially strong, and have a good track record of consistent growth and returns in the past many years.
For example- HDFC banks (leader in the banking sector), Larsen and Toubro (leader in the construction sector), TCS (leader in the software company), etc. A few other examples of blue-chip stocks are Reliance Industries, Sun Pharma, State bank of India, etc.
These companies have stable performance and are very less volatile. That’s why blue-chip stocks are considered safe to invest in compared to other companies. It’s recommendable for beginners to start investing in blue chip stocks. As you gain knowledge and experience, you can start investing in mid-cap and small-cap companies.
Also read: What are large-cap, mid-cap and small-cap stocks?
4. Never Invest in ‘FREE’ Tips/Advice
This is the biggest reason why people lose money in the stock market. They do not carry enough research on the stocks and blindly follow their friend’s/colleagues’ tips and advice.
The stock market is very dynamic and its stock price and circumstances change every second. Maybe your friend bought that stock when it was underpriced, however now it’s trading at a higher price range. Maybe, your friend has a different exit strategy than yours. There are a number of factors involved here, which may end up with you losing the money.
Avoid investing in tips/advice and do your own study.
5. Avoid Blindly Following The Crowd
We know a number of people who have lost money by blindly following the crowd. One of our colleagues invested in a stock just because the stock has given a double return to another colleague in 3 months. He ended up losing Rs 20,000 in the market just because of his blind investing.
Related post: 6 Reasons Why Most People Lose Money in Stock Market
6. Invest in What You Know and Understand
Will you buy an ABC company that produces Vinyl sulphone easter and dye intermediates even though you have zero knowledge of the chemical industry?
If you will, then it’s like giving some stranger one lakh rupee and expecting him to return the money with interest. If you are lending money to someone, you ask a number of questions like what he does, what his salary is, what his background is, etc. However, while investing Rs one lakh in a company that people do not understand, they forget this common logic.
7. Know What to Expect From the Market
Do not set unrealistic expectations for the stock market. If you want to make your money double in one month, from the stock market, then you have set your expectations wrong. Have a logical expectation from the market.
People are happy with 4% simple interest from the savings account, but a return of 20% in a year sounds like underperformance to them.
Also read: How To Select A Stock To Invest In Indian Stock Market For Consistent Returns?
8. Have Discipline and Follow Your Plan/Strategy
Do not get distracted if your portfolio starts performing too well or too badly in the first few months of investing. Many people increase their investment amount just in a few weeks if they see their stock doing too well, and end up losing in the long run.
Similarly, many people exit the market soon and are not able to get profits when their stocks start performing. Have discipline and follow your strategy.
9. Invest Regularly and Continuously to Increase Your Investment Amount
The stock investment gives the best returns when you invest for the long term. Do not invest in lump sum at just one time and wait for the next 10 years to see how much returns you got. Invest regularly whenever you get a good opportunity. Further, increase the investment amount as your savings increase.
10. Continue Your Education
Keep learning and keep growing. The stock market is a dynamic place and changes continuously. You can only keep up with the stock market if you also continue your education.
Besides, there are a number of more lessons which you will learn with time and experience.
Ready to start your journey to become a successful stock market investor? If yes, then here’s an amazing course for newbie investors: HOW TO PICK WINNING STOCKS?
The method of investing in stocks for beginners is relatively straightforward, despite the fact that it may appear hard to newcomers. Before jumping into stock market investing, keep in mind that knowing your investment horizon and financial goals is vital.
That concludes our article on how to invest in share market in India. We hope this information is useful to the readers. If you have any further questions about how to invest in the stock market, please leave a comment below. We’ll be happy to assist.
Take care and happy investing!
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Kritesh (Tweet here) is the Founder & CEO of Trade Brains & FinGrad. He is an NSE Certified Equity Fundamental Analyst with +7 Years of Experience in Share Market Investing. Kritesh frequently writes about Share Market Investing and IPOs and publishes his personal insights on the market.
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You are welcome.
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Hi Mr Aman Modi
It is an excellent and knowledgeable article for beginners of share market. I like so much.
good article sir ,easy to understand beginers.
Pretty lucid way for explaining the basics to the newcomers. Thanks a lot!
Is that possible that a student who is earning can also start investing 10-20% of their income in stock market
This is a good article indeed. I am not an expert in stock market but I see the light at the end of the tunnel now.
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Glad it was helpful.
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very useful article..thank you so much
You are welcome.
I am anish and I am in std 11 and I want to know about share market in depth
Worth reading every word.
You are investing in stocks from past 3 years !!! If you dont mind , can you tell me the profit you have earned and losses you have beared till now …..
Hi Aayush. I’ve earned good returns from the market and also have few multi-baggers in my portfolio. 2017 was the best year of my investments with 36.7% return. The biggest loss I faced was during the demonetization (totally not prepared for it), however, the portfolio recovered soon enough. I hope it helps.
sir,can u tell me which is best industry right now to invest becoz i m beginner….
I believe NBFC, Real estate, and Infrastructure are good.However, I do not use top-down approach much. I follow the bottom-up approach and diversify my portfolio with companies from diff sectors. Further, this is not an advice, but just a personal opinion. I hope it helps.
Where should we Investment after Budget?
Hi Ragini. I’m still bullish on NBFC and Infrastructure. In addition, you can read the summary of budget 2018 here to learn what to do next.
Hi Ragini, you can check Economic Survey explained in simple terms, to plan your finances. Hope it helps.
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Hi Mr. Kamal. Please contact your stockbroker regarding this problem. He can solve the problem better. The customer care contact information will be present on the broker’s website.
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I like your writing and especially I respect your mature approach.I wish you all the best.
Thank you so much for your kind words. Cheers!!
Great reading for the beginners…
Glad it was helpful. Cheers!!
Hi Kritesh, your article was very helpful. Please guide on the procedure for NRI like me to enter trading.
Hi Abbas. Sure, will write a blog post on this topic soon. Till then, you can read about how an NRI can invest in Indian stocks here.!!
Interesting to read your articles.
where to find financial leverage ratio , for DuPont analysis suggest any financial website
Hi Mohamed. You can calculate it from the financial statements of the company. Read more here: https://www.tradebrains.in/dupont-analysis/
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REALLY HELPFUL FOR BEGINNER LIKE ME .
WISHING YOU ALL THE SUCCESS.
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Hi bro i am in Dubai just opened demat account and savings account with Axis bank. As a bigginer need your advise and help how to trade
Hi Sanil. Here is the first advise- Buy and low and sell high. I know, its easier said than done. Here’s a link which can help you out to learn to invest– https://www.tradebrains.in/new-to-stock-market-start-here/ Cheers!!
Thank you so much for the detailed article. I am a newbie and was able to know more things reading your post. I should appreciate the detailing that you have given in the post.
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Iys really helpful for beginner. Kindly can explain more about f and o..
Thank you so much…it is very helpful for beginners.. initially should I go for sip or otm?
Hi Richa. SIP is a good alternative for beginners. It will help you to average out your purchase price.
good evening sir,
i am the begineers of the stock marketing so can you please help me to understand share marketing investments
Y is the enrolment locked for courses
Yes, we are making a few changes in the course content and it is currently not open for enrollment. We are planning to open the course again in January next year. Thank you for your interest. Cheers!!
I am a beginner.
I have 1000 rs
Can you please guide me in investing that safely.
Literally excellent guidance. You’re really an expert. Yes now i can take calculated risk
A wonderful article thanks sir for providing such a great value to all of us I think if anyone will follow your each and every guideline then he or she will surely get success because shock market is the game of patience and compounding. Every move is very important this is why there are lots of books out there on investing and the stock market.
Sir, I also write about personal finance and stock market on my website and I will be happy to make a guest post on your website if you allow I will be very grateful to you.
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Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge. As a beginner I understood where to start and how to start.
thanks for the information
good one keep it up
I am a student of age 20
I have 1000 rs and can you please give advice to where really I should invest this small amount of money.
Is it compulsory to store certain amount with the Brokers and then only u can buy and sell the shares from that amount?
Hi Prashant. It is not compulsory to store a minimum balance with the brokers.
Is there any tools which alert on share market price?
A wonderful article thanks sir for providing such a great value to all of us. I should appreciate the detailing that you have given in the post.
As an investor, i feel large cap stocks are more stable and safe for investment than same cheap or unknown company. Small investors should always focus on blue chip stocks like HDFC bank, reliance industries, icici bank, TCS, ITC, Maruti, etc.
I am a chemical engineer.Working in a pharma company in the production dept.
I want to start to invest in share market but I am hesitating to do so.As I dont have enough amount to invest.Although my dream is to bulid the house & my target is 20 lacs rs.and that i want in 2 years.Please suggest.
I cant take the home loan as I am unable to pay the installemnts
Excellent Article for beginners!! Good job!
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Is there any guarantee that after going through the course and following all the rules and caveats one will gain money? Thanks!
It’s one of the best guides for those who want to invest in share market
Pl advise which terminal to use for intraday trading.
I follow your guideline which has been sent at my mailbox. But I wanna know about the Broker. I’m confused to select the Share Broker.. Can I direct invest in Stock-Market without Broker?
No, you’ll need a stockbroker to invest in the share market.
Very helpful for beginner
Shares are high risk investments you have to be patient. You will not get load of money on your first investment. For safety you can approach investment agencies to handle your major investments and you can do small investments separately. With time you will gain experience. Online investments through sites like PL India can become helpful.
Sir What is d mate account
Hi Joy. Just as money is kept in your savings account, similarly your bought stocks are kept in your demat account. When you buy a stock, it gets credited in your demat account. And when you sell it, it gets debited from the same. You’ll need a demat account for investing in stocks.
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Really good tips, I will recommend this blog to my son as he is planning to invest in share market.
In place of investing/trading directly, aren’t mutual funds or SIP a good way of investing, please advise.
such a useful article for beginner. Thank you sir…
very Informative article..thank you so much
Can you suggest some special book on share market?
Thanks , We should focus on Fundamental Analysis as well as Companies management
Can i change the exising broker and began new demat account (my old demat account lapsed how to renew it)
Its really very helpful for beginner like me. Thank you , Kritesh Abhishek for your effort.
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I am Beginner, I want to start investing in stock market with 1000/-.
Please give the knowledge how to open demat account and how to purchase stock share.
please sir, I am not know abc of share market so plase tell me as we learn to a child.
Is any charges of demat account or any limit of minimun amount please define in details.
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