Equity Markets - II

ISBN Number : 978-93-5051-326-2

Student Price : Rs.175

Student Dollar Price : 7$

Book Edition : First

Year of Publication : 2012

No. Of Pages : 198

About The Book

In the current scenario, investing in equity markets is a major challenge even for seasoned professionals. This book is targeted at undergraduate students of B.Com., (Financial Markets). The book offers conceptual clarity, in-depth coverage and the Indian context with its emphasis on a student-friendly approach and an attempt to demystifying the tough subject. The book elaborates the basics of investment and different forms of securities of the Indian stock markets. The functioning of the secondary market and how an investor goes about buying and selling the stocks is presented in a lucid way in this book. The major stock exchanges and their trading pattern are depicted clearly in Chapter 9. Chapter 5, expounds SEBI and its role in the stock market. Chapters 6,7 and 8, exclusively deals with the different aspects of Security Analysis. The theoretical tenets and the assessment of the value of the stocks are presented in Chapters 6,7 and 8. The chapter on fundamental analysis gives systematic approach for estimating the present and future worth of stocks through economic industry company analysis. Chapter 8, explores the various methods adopted by technical analysts to study the stock price movement. The chapter on efficient market theory portrays the efficient markets and the theory of random walk.

It gives us immense pleasure to introduce this book on `Equity Market − II` to the teachers and students of Second Year B.Com., (Financial Markets), Semester IV. The book fully covers the syllabus, as prescribed by the University of Mumbai.

Book Content of Equity Markets - II


  1. Domestic Savings and Investments
  2. Disinvestments, FDI and FIIs
  3. Role of Retail Investors in Indian Capital Market
  4. Share Prices and Volatility
  5. Role of SEBI in Indian Equity Market
  6. Stock Valuation
  7. Fundamental Analysis
  8. Technical Analysis
  9. Capital Market - Clearing and Settlement
  10. Bibliography

About The Author

Prof. (Mrs) Nandini Jagannarayan holds to her credit M.Phil Master of Applied Finance (MAF) from University of Western Sydney, Australia and Masters in Economics with a distinction of Second in University from Avinashilingam University, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu. Currently working as lecturer with B.Com Banking and Insurance (BBI) faculty of R J College Ghatkopar, Mumbai has extensive training and experience in Banking, Finance and Investments from India and abroad.

Dr. P.G. Gopalakrishnan holds to his credit Masters in Law (Gold Medalist from Mumbai University), Masters in Commerce (Second in University merit), M.Phil. and Ph.D. in Commerce (Banking and Finance) from Mumbai University. He is a Research guide to M. Phil. and Ph.D. students and claims to be senior student forever in life. He is also a Fellow Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI), an Associate Member of the Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) and Member of Indian Management Association. He has three decades of teaching and has varied experience of profession and industry. He is currently the Principal of SIWS College in Mumbai and this involved various Charitable, Cultural and Social Activities.

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