List of Manufacturing Industries {STARTUP}

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TO LOOK OVER A BIG PROFIT START A BIG COMPANIES IN SMALL SCALE DONT BOTHER ABOUT COMPETITION BECAUSE IT WILL BRING HUGE MARKET IN SAME PALACE.

1. Toy Production

Toys

2.  Electronics products

ELECTRONICS EQUIP PARTS

3. Cars and Motorcycles Parts

AUTO PARTS

4.  Fertilizers

Hand in glove holding shovel and fertilize organic garden

5. Bio Diesel Production

setup BIO-PETROL

6. Envelop Making Manufacturing

Envelop making

7. Coconut Milk Powder Making

coconut milk powder

8. Eraser & Pencil Making Business

eraser and pencil

9. Jute Bag Manufacturing

jute bags

10. Leather Product Manufacturing

leather goods

11. Hair band Manufacturing

bands for hair

12. Buckets Production

colourful buckets

13. Hand soap Manufacturing

soap

14. Buttons For Clothes Manufacture

buttons

15. Tyre Manufacture

Tyre production

16. Air Fresher Production

air fresher

17. Candle Making

Candles making production.

18. Roof Materials Making

19. Furniture Manufacturing

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20. Energy Drink Production

21. Rubber Carpet Manufacturing

22. Manufacturing of Plastic Bottles

23. Ground nut and Olive Oil Production

24. Mobile Phone Accessories Production

25. Honey Production

honey collection

26.Cotton Buds Making

27. Convey Belt Manufacturing

28. Suger Free Choclate Production

29. Diapers and Baby Product Making

30. Packaging & Box Manufacturing

HOW TO START COURIER SERVICES

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To start your own courier service in local or international wide range that depends on the investment you choose to invest on various aspect.

Step 1. Find your niche. Establish your unique “niche” to insure success. If you live in a metropolitan area with lots of existing courier service businesses, this is an essential step. Even in a small town, it will give you a “quick start” to targeting your new customers.

Talk to your prospects, whether they are lawyers needing same-day document delivery, or caterers needing prepared meals delivered every day at a certain time, to find out what they want, and then offer it to them at a reasonable price. That’s the secret of success for any business – giving customers what they need or want. 

Step 2. Don’t spend money. Resist the urge to spend money when you are starting up. If you have a reliable vehicle to make pickups and deliveries, don’t spend thousands on a new delivery vehicle. You can use what you already own, or buy second hand for half price. Keep your office at home if possible to avoid spending unnecessary money on rent, utilities and the overhead of a separate office. Think and act like a miser until you’re making a decent income from your new courier service.

Step 3. Legal structure. When you start a courier business, it is important to decide on the legal structure for the new business. Will you operate it as a sole proprietorship, as an L.L.C. or as a corporation. You’ll need to get this out of the way first, before you apply for a business license from your town or state and get a federal tax identification number..

Step 4. Finding Customers. After you’ve set up your business and found a niche or two that makes sense for you, start looking for customers. You only need a few good ones, so start prospecting by calling or visiting local businesses in person to learn how you can help them solve their courier needs and find out what kind of services they might need. No “hard sell” is required, just a helpful attitude will do just fine.

 Step 5. Referrals. Once you have your “core” customers and have treated them well for a while, ask them for referrals. Tell them you’re still growing your business and could use a few more good customers like them. Offer a free delivery or a discount on a month’s service in return for a referral that becomes a regular, repeat customer.

Step 6. Set your rates. Many new couriers make the mistake of not charging enough to cover all their costs, as they haven’t been in business long enough to be aware of all the little costs, like a business permit renewal fee, that can add up to big bucks over a year’s time. Other examples include bookkeeping fees, social security taxes and vehicle maintenance, and many more. A good rule of thumb to remember is to add about 30-35% to the wages you’ll be paying yourself to arrive at a reasonable rate that allows you a profit and still makes your customers happy. After a few months, take another look and see if your rates still give you the net hourly rate you want.

Step 7. Provide exceptional service. If you give customers great service, you’ll do well and soon have all the customers you can handle. For example, if you promise two hour service, aim for 90 minutes. Your customers will love it and recommend you to others.

Step 8. Keep track of your customers and their deliveries with one of the free scheduling software programs, like checkappointments.com or clickbook.net. Another option is one of the calendar programs offered by Google or Microsoft.For a small monthly fee, you can also use them to get paid online with Paypal. Of course, it can be used on your smartphone while out making deliveries.

Step 9. Track your expenses. Like the software programs for scheduling, there are programs to help you do your own bookkeeping. My favorite, which makes keeping track of your small business finances easy, even if you can’t add or subtract

How to Start a Courier Business

A courier business is a company that moves packages from one location to another for a fee. Starting a courier business can be a lucrative opportunity, but there are practical considerations and logistics you may overlook that need to be taken into account. With a little time and effort, you can start a great courier business.

The Two Wheeled Oracle
Bicycle Courier Business Plan

Two Wheeled Oracle is a bicycle based courier service in Portland, Oregon, catering to law firms. The Oracle can transport documents as well as small parcels to clients, other law firms, as well as transport and file documents with the clerk of courts. Law firms will be the primary group of customers and the only one targeted, non law firm customers will be served as well, but will not be targeted.

A] Objectives

The objectives for the first three years of operation include:

  • To create a service-based company whose primary goal is to exceed customer’s expectations.
  • The utilization of The Oracle by at least 30 different law firms.
  • To increase the number of clients served by 20% per year through superior service.
  • To develop a profitable start-up business within the first year of operation.

Start -up :

Two Wheeled Oracle will incur the following start-up costs:

  • Office furniture including: two desks, two chairs, and two file cabinets.
  • Two computer systems including a printer, CD-RW, and a broadband Internet connection.
  • Three phone lines.
  • Fax machine and copier.
  • Development of a website that allows delivery orders to be placed online and received every five minutes.
  • Legal fees for the incorporation of the business.
  • Brochures.
  • Nextel cellular phones to be used for communication between mobile units and the base. Nextel is used because it offers a two-way communication function, similar to a two-way radio, over cellular frequencies, but at a significantly reduced rate compared to standard cellular service. Nine handsets will be needed initially.
  • Messenger bags with company logo.

I WILL BRING MORE ON THIS TOPIC PLEASE ask

How to Start Trade Easily

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What is a stock?

Stocks are investments in a business. When you own a stock, you own part of the company that stock came from.

For that reason, stocks are also referred to as “equity,” since you own a small part of the company.

Stocks fluctuate in price depending on how the company is doing. For example, if Company A just released an amazing new product that is selling like crazy, the prices for Company A stocks are going to rise.

Alternately, if Company A experiences falling sales, their stocks are likely going to fall as well.

Advantages: If your stock is good and the company is flourishing, you can really make a lot of money. The money is also liquid. This means that you can get it at any time by selling your stock.

Disadvantages: If a company does poorly, so does your stock. Because a stock isn’t diversified, that can mean disaster for you (although you can easily reduce your risk by picking bigger, solid companies). Also, it’s important to note it’s nearly impossible to game the market — so it’s not worth trying for the lay investor.

Those are the basics of what stocks are. Now let’s take a look at how you can actually trade stocks.

NOTE: You should only be trading stocks once you have the rest of your financial house in order.

What is stock trading?

“Trading” stock is a bit of a misnomer. All it really refers to is the buying and selling of stock for money. So whenever you purchase or sell your equity, that’s considered trading.

And there are two ways you can trade stocks:

  • Exchange floor trading. This is the kind of trading you see on movies and television with all the people shouting on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. It’s a bit of a complex process, but at its core, here’s how it works: You tell your broker to purchase stock from a company, the broker sends a clerk to the floor to find a trader willing to sell you the shares, they agree on a price, and you get the shares.
  • Electronic trading. This is a much more intuitive process for individual investors. It most often comes in the way of online brokerage platforms that allow you to immediately issue a trade during trading hours. No more relying on screaming floor traders to pick up shares for you.

For our intents and purposes, we’re going to be focused on electronic trading. That’s how I trade stocks and that’s how the vast majority of individual investors should be doing it as well. It’s simple, it’s intuitive, and you can get started in a few easy steps — which brings us to …

How to trade stocks

Inevitably, whenever I’m teaching someone about the basics of stocks, someone will pipe up with myriad questions like:

  • “What stocks should I buy?”
  • “Is X company a good investment?”
  • “Is $XX too much for this stock?”

First thing’s first: SLOW DOWN.

Before you make an investment in any sort of stock, you’re going to want to stop and make sure you understand how to go about making a decision of what stock to buy — which brings us to how to trade stocks in just 3 steps:

  1. Set an investing goal
  2. Open a brokerage account
  3. Buy your first stock

Step 1: Set an investing goal

Before you even think to start investing, you should set some goals.

This is a crucial step psychologically and will help you stay focused on achieving your goals.

A good way to come up with an investing goal is to ask yourself why you’re investing. Do you want to save money for retirement? Are you trying to earn money for a big purchase down the road? Do you simply want to support whatever company/business you’re investing in?

Once you have your why, I suggest framing a SMART goal around it.

SMART goals are the solution to vague goal setting that gets you nowhere.

SMART stands for specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and time-oriented. Here are a set of questions you can ask yourself to frame out your goal:

  • Specific. What will my goal achieve? What is the precise outcome I’m looking for?
  • Measurable. How will I know when I’ve accomplished the goal? What does success look like?
  • Attainable. Are there resources I need to achieve the goal? What are those resources (e.g., gym membership, bank account, new clothes, etc.)?
  • Relevant. Why am I doing this? Do I really WANT to do this? Is it a priority in my life right now?
  • Time-oriented. What is the deadline? Will I know in a few weeks if I’m on the right track?

When it comes to your stock trading goals, you can have a goal as simple as “I want to earn $1,000 from my investments in two years to put towards a new car” or one that’s a little more complicated like, “I want to earn 30% more on my principal investment in one year.”  See how you can set a SMART goal for your investments.

Step 2: Open a brokerage account

An online brokerage account is going to be where you’ll do your trading and investing — and there are a LOT to choose from.

Signing up is easy too. Follow the steps below to open one up today.

That’s right. It’s steps within steps! STEPCEPTION.

NOTE: Make sure you have your social security number, employer address, and bank info (account number and routing number) available when you sign up, as they’ll come in handy during the application process.

  • Step 1: Go to the website for the brokerage of your choice.
  • Step 2: Click on the “Open an account” button.
  • Step 3: Start an application for an “Individual brokerage account.”
  • Step 4: Enter information about yourself — name, address, birth date, employer info, social security.
  • Step 5: Set up an initial deposit by entering your bank information. Some brokers require you to make a minimum deposit so use a separate bank account in order to deposit money into the brokerage account.
  • Step 6: Wait. The initial transfer will take anywhere from 3 to 7 days to complete. After that, you’ll get a notification via email or phone call telling you you’re ready to invest.
  • Step 7: Log into your brokerage account and start investing!

The application process can be as quick as 15 minutes and will put you on your path to a Rich Life.

Step 3: Buy your first stock

The simplest way to narrow down the universe of stock options is to think of companies you like and use.

Take some time right now to write down 15 companies you use and return to time after time.

Think of everything. For example:

  • Food: Whole Foods, Conagra, Shake Shack
  • Clothing: Under Armour, Limited Brands, Etsy
  • Services: IBM, UPS
  • Technology: Apple, Microsoft, Snap
  • Entertainment: Disney, Live Nation, Netflix
  • Transportation: Tesla, Ford, CSX Corporation

Instead of 5,000 stock options to choose from, you now have 15 companies you could possibly invest in.

Keep in mind that a good company doesn’t necessarily mean a good stock!

For any stock, you’re going to need a deeper analysis than “I think cars from Tesla are dope so I’m going to buy a bunch of stock from them.”

Instead, you’re going to want to look at five different areas:

  • Trends: Are sales increasing from this time last year? 2 years ago? 5 years ago?
  • Products: Is the future bright in terms of upcoming product development? What news have you heard about their future products?
  • Revenues/profits/growth/earnings per share: The real financial nuts and bolts of a stock. These are intimidating at first. Luckily, many sites will guide you through it.
  • Management: Is management good at the company? Or do they have bad press for unscrupulous practices like overworking their employees? What is the turnover? What is their philosophy and ability to execute?

Do as much research as you can. If you see a reason to doubt a company based on any of the areas above, avoid that stock.

At first all of the charts, earnings, and balance sheets will be incredibly confusing — but the more you look into them, the more you’ll start to get a good sense of what’s going on. It just takes practice.

Your investment future without bullshit

Remember what I said up top: Trading individual stocks is fine ONLY IF you have the rest of your financial house in order.

That means:

  • Automating your personal finances
  • Maxing out your 401k and Roth IRA contributions
  • Building an emergency fund
  • Getting out of debt

Only when you’ve done all those things is it fine to invest 5% to 10% of your income to individual stocks. That’s because you don’t get rich by investing in individual stocks. Instead, the best way to build a Rich Life is through low-cost, diversified index funds.

New Era Begins : Strategy

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Several months into a global pandemic, leading organizations are redefining expectations of what is possible. Consider how offices around the world shifted virtually overnight to digitally enabled remote work. Grocery retailers and restaurants rolled out new pickup and delivery services. Hospitals rapidly expanded telehealth options. Automakers, apparel makers, and mobile phone assemblers retooled on the fly and are now rushing out personal protective equipment and ventilators.

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Globally Makeover

The tremendous public health and economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic has raised the global standard for efficiency and innovation. The world can’t magically go back to the way things were before. The resilient corporations that find success in the future will be those that can continue to turn on a dime as nimbly as they have during the early months of the pandemic.

This shift is spawning a new breed of company — more capable of thriving in uncertainty with a clearer and broader sense of purpose. Corporate superstars will be able to continue to motivate people around a common goal even after the health crisis and through economic hardship. They will recalibrate quickly in response to megatrends, expand beyond traditional business lines through partnerships, and improve their performance along broader environmental, social, and governance metrics.

In recent months, we’ve had discussions with dozens of the world’s top chief executives on how to build a better future. We found that companies showing the most agile and resilient responses to the crisis are pursuing four main strategies.

Transparency: Our world will become even more open — and less private. It’s hard to imagine that the trend to track everything will be going anywhere but in one direction: a radically more open world. The amount of information collected on every person, product, and organization will grow exponentially, and the pressure to share that information — with customers and consumers in particular — will expand. The tools to analyze information will be well-developed and will make some decision-making easier; for instance, it will be easier to choose products with the lowest carbon footprints, highest wages for employees, and fewest toxic ingredients. But all these tools will shatter privacy in the process.

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Resource Pressures: We will be forced to more aggressively confront resource constraints. To keep volumes of major commodities (such as metals) in line with economic growth, we will need to more quickly embrace circular models: sourcing much less from virgin materials, using recycled content and remanufactured products, and generally rethinking the material economy. Water will be a stressed resource, and it seems likely that many cities will be constantly in a state of water shortage. We will need more investment in water tech and desalination to help.

Clean Tech: The transformation of our grid, our roadways, and our buildings to zero-carbon technology will be surprisingly far along. Here’s some good news: Due to continuing drops in the cost of clean technologies, renewable energy is dramatically on the rise, making up more than half the global new power capacity every year since 2015. By 2030, effectively no new additions of generating capacity will come from fossil-fuel-based technologies. Electric vehicles will be a large part of the transportation equation: While estimates about the share of EVs on the road by 2030 range from the teens to nearly 100% (assuming early retirement of internal combustion engines), nearly all sales of new vehicles will be EVs. This will be driven by dramatic reductions in the cost of batteries and strict legislation banning fossil-fuel engines. We will also see an explosion of data-driven technologies that make buildings, the grid, roadways, and water systems substantially more efficient.

Technology Shifts: The internet of things will have won the day, and every new device will be connected. Proponents of the “singularity” have long projected that by around 2030, affordable AI will achieve human levels of intelligence. AI and machine learning will plan much of our lives and make us more efficient, well beyond choosing driving routes to optimize traffic. Technology will manipulate us even more than it does today . AI will create some new kinds of jobs but will also nearly eliminate entire segments of work, from truck and taxi drivers to some high-skill jobs such as paralegals and engineers.

Global Policy: There’s an open question about how we’ll get important things done. I’m thinking specifically about whether global governments and institutions will be working in sync to aggressively fight climate change and resource pressures, and tackle vast inequality and poverty — or whether it will be every region and ethnic group for itself. Predicting politics is nearly impossible, and it’s hard to imagine how global policy action on climate and other megatrends will play out. The Paris Agreement was a monumental start, but countries, most notably the U.S., have lately retreated from global cooperation in general. Trade wars and tariffs are all the rage in 2019. It seems likely that, even more than today, it will be up to business to play a major role in driving sustainability.

How Should Business Prepare?

Laying out strategies for companies to navigate this likely future world is a book-length conversation. But let me suggest a few themes of action to consider:

  • Engage everyone in the sphere of the business world on climate. A dangerously changing climate is the biggest threat humanity has ever faced. But it’s not all set in stone … yet. Companies have an economic incentive and moral responsibility to work hard to reduce the damage as much as possible. Engage employees (stamp out climate denial), talk to consumers and customers about climate issues through your products, and change internal rules on corporate finance to make investment decisions with flexible hurdle rates that favor pro-climate spending. Most importantly, use influence and lobbying power to demand, at all levels of government, an escalating public price on carbon — and publicly admonish industry lobbying groups that don’t.
  • Consider the human aspect of business more. As new technologies sweep through society and business, the change will be jarring. Those changes and pressures are part of why people are turning to populist leaders who promise solutions. Business leaders should think through what these big shifts mean for the people that make up our companies, value chains, and communities.
  • Embrace transparency. To be blunt, you don’t have a choice. Each successive generation will expect more openness from the companies they buy from and work for.
  • Listen to the next generation. By 2030, the leading edge of millennials will be nearing 50, and they and Gen Z will make up the vast majority of the workforce. Listen to them now about their priorities and values.

Predicting the future means projecting forward from what’s already happening, while throwing in expected inertia in human and natural systems. It can give us an impressionistic picture of the world of the future. Our choices matter a great deal, as individuals and through our organizations and institutions. Business, in particular, will play a large role in where the world goes. Employees, customers, and even investors increasingly demand that the role of business be a positive one.

Look, we could all just wait and see where these historic waves take us. But I prefer that we all work proactively to ensure that a better, thriving future is the one we choose.

Marketing Technique – Bussiness

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Here is five marketing topics to succeed

1. Social Media

According to Pew Research Center, 79% of adult use Facebook . But knowing how to use Facebook in general isn’t equal to knowing how to use it for business. Same goes for every other social media network you are already using, be it Twitter, LinkedIn or Instagram.

Social media can be a great promotional tool if used right. The statistics provided by Ambassador show that 71% of the consumers who have had a positive service experience with a brand would recommend it to others on social media. But it doesn’t end there.

Social media can also generate referral traffic and improve search engine rankings. Publishing good content and presenting it right on social media enhances a brand’s visibility online. You can also use it for networking with clients which helps to improve your reputation, increase customer loyalty, and so on.

That’s why it’s so important for students and recent graduates to start exploring social media from a business point of view. One of the best and simplest ways to start doing so is by studying how to create a social media strategy and explore examples of successful marketing campaigns - after all, learning by practice is always useful.

2. Blogging

While blogging is a big part of content marketing (more on that below), there’s a reason why marketing students should pay special attention to it. These days, blogging can be successfully used for many things, for example:

  • You can build a career from your own blog
  • Run one for a business to raise brand awareness and attract leads, or
  • Use blogging to promote your goods and services on other sites.

Even if you are a person with a goal to start your own business, you should still consider adding a blog to your website. Based on research provided by TechClient, websites with blogs tend to have 434% more indexed pages while companies that blog have 97% inbound links.

Of course, not every blog can achieve such impressive results. In order to succeed, you need to choose the right niche and be experienced enough in writing and research to provide new and fresh information on the topics your cover. You also need to know how to promote your blog on social media and how to do blogger outreach. Most importantly, you need to learn how to create compelling posts that attract readers and hold their attention until the very end.

While universities do encourage writing by giving students various assignments and asking them to come up with topics for argumentative essays, this type of writing differs from blogging.

It’s possible to try blogging long before graduation, learning everything by practice. Set up a personal one or ask if someone you know needs content written for them. Another good option to grasp the essential aspects of creating good content is to work for an essay writing service company and write blog articles for their clients. This way you will learn how to do research and create content that corresponds to the needs of a specific target audience.

3. Content marketing

The importance of content marketing cannot be undervalued. According to a 2016 study by Curata, 74% of the companies claim that content marketing helps them increase their marketing teams’ lead quality and quantity.

53% of marketers say blog content creation is their top inbound marketing priority.

It isn’t surprising. With people being so overwhelmed with data and content these days, it’s important to always try to offer something new, fresh, and truly valuable to them. And this means not only writing great content but also making it as engaging as possible.

That’s why a content marketing strategy doesn’t end with blogging only – it also includes video creation, design (infographics, for example), email writing, and so on. There are plenty of channels and areas which good marketers need to acknowledge in order to integrate them into content strategies in the most effective way.

While it’s possible to promote a brand with the help of written content exclusively, a great marketer has to think bigger than that. They need to use various content types and have enough technical knowledge in order to use a variety of digital tools.

Moreover, content marketing isn’t only about creating content – it is also about setting the right goals that align with business objectives, analyzing data, monitoring trends and developing your own ones, and much more. Luckily for students, this marketing topic can be mastered online as well.For example, there are plenty of content marketing guides on Content Marketing Institute and HubSpot that are pretty detailed and allow to understand the basics pretty quickly.

5. Search engine optimization (SEO)

 SEO leads have a 14.6% close rate while outbound leads have a 1.7% close rate. However, far from many are satisfied with the number of leads generated organically.

Only about 22% of businesses are satisfied with their conversion rates.

Every website and blog still needs to be well optimized in order to succeed. The tricky part here is that SEO is a long game and strategies change quickly – and so, while universities might pay attention to the topic, the information they provide can be a bit outdated.

For example, a couple of years ago writers stuffed articles with as many keywords as possible in the hope to improve search engine rankings. These days there’s no need to spam your copy with keywords – while there should still be a good mix, they need to fit in naturally and include variations.

While students and fresh graduates may struggle with SEO without practice, they can still master the basics very quickly using resources available on the Internet. There is an abundance of blogs and case studies that can be just as effective as online courses. One of the best digital marketing blogs, Noos.in Blog is a great place to start learning about keywords and optimizing content for search.

5. Tribal Marketing

Analysis of social media interactions also makes tribal marketing easier and more precise by locating groups with tastes and needs in common on, say, Twitter . Once tribes with a strong affinity for a product category have been identified, a brand can build connections with leaders — for example, by inviting them to events or sending them exclusive product previews and samples. Influential leaders’ posts about the latest products or services may generate interest in the brand among community members. Such marketing techniques complement mass advertising campaigns with paid influences like celebrities and key opinion leaders. In the apparel industry, we have seen tribal marketing combined with social listening generate a return on marketing spend significantly higher — by 20% to 50% — than traditional advertising.

By tracking and measuring the connections among a group of new mothers, for example, marketers can map their tribe and identify the leaders who are best connected with the other mothers. By engaging with group leaders, a manufacturer can better understand their lifestyles and tastes, perhaps sparking their interest by sharing other products and services, such as gym classes for new mothers.

HOW TO START SHARE MARKET

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DETAILED STOCK MARKET GUIDE FOR BEGINNERS

We all understand that a share in market parlance is part ownership in a company. So if a company has issued 100 shares and you own 1 share then you own 1% stake in the company. The big question is how to invest in shares and how to invest in the share market? Let us also grasp what is stock market, how to invest in share market and how to buy shares in India. Let us also look at equity markets and how to buy shares in Indian equity market.

What is the Stock Market and is it Different from the Share Market?

stock market is a gathering of buyers and sellers of stocks in a single platform. Before BOLT was introduced in 1995, people used to trade standing in the trading ring. Nowadays, all trading happens on computer terminals at a broker’s office or through the internet. Share market and stock market is one and the same thing.

Share Market Basics

Share Market Basics

Before starting to invest in stocks, it is important to learn about what the share market is and how it works. It is where shares of different companies are traded. In India, there are two primary exchanges; the National Stock Exchange (NSE) and the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE).
Investment is a key to your safe and secured future. However, to overcome the impact of inflation, investments in plain old financial instruments does not seem to be adequate. To get something extra out of your investments, Share market offers the lucrative opportunity of purchase and trade of securities such as stocks and options..

What is the Difference Between Primary Markets and Secondary Markets?

When a company comes out with an initial public offer (IPO) it is called the primary market. The normal purpose of an IPO is to list the stock in the share market. Once the share gets listed it starts trading in the secondary market.  Buying and selling shares is largely like buying and selling any other commodity.

What is Offline Trading and What is Online Trading?

How to purchase shares offline and how to purchase shares online? Online trading is all about buying and selling shares on the internet sitting in the comfort of your office or your home. You just need to log into your trading account and you can buy and sell shares. Offline trading is trading by visiting your broker’s office or by telephoning your broker.

What is the Role of a Broker in the Share Market?

The broker helps you execute your buy and sell trades. Brokers typically help buyers find sellers and sellers find buyers. Most brokers will also advise you on what stocks to buy, what stocks to sell and how to invest money in share markets for beginners. They will also assist you in how to trade in stock market. For that service, the broker is paid brokerage.

Can Anybody Buy and Sell Shares in the Share Market?

Any person who is competent to enter into a contract can buy and sell shares in the market. You need to open a trading account with a broker and you can buy and sell shares in the stock market after the trading account is opened?

Is the Trading Account Same as the Demat Account?

There is an important difference between the two. Trading account is where you execute your buy and sell trades. The demat account is where your shares are held in custody. When you buy shares in your trading account, your bank account gets debited and your demat account get credited. The reverse is true when you sell shares.

What is Meant by Trading and Investment?

The fundamental difference is that trading refers to short term buying and selling of shares whereas investment refers to long term buying of shares. A trader normally tries to churn the money rapidly whereas the investor tries to buy a good stock in the sharemarket and waits for the stock price to appreciate.

What is SEBI?

SEBI refers to Securities and Exchange Board of India. Because the bourses have inherent risks, a market regulator is required. The SEBI is provided with this power and has the responsibility of developing as well as regulating the markets. The basic objectives include protecting investor interest, developing the share market, and regulating it’s working.

What is fundamental and technical analysis?

Fundamental analysis is about understanding the business of the company, its growth prospects, its profitability, its debt etc.Technical analysis focuses more on charts and patterns and tries to find out past patterns to apply for the future. Fundamentals are used more by investors while technicals are used more by traders.

How to Invest with Little Money in India in the Share Market?

There is no minimum investment required as you can even buy 1 share of a company. So if you buy a stock with a market price of Rs.100/- and you just buy 1 share then you just need to invest Rs.100. Of course, brokerage and statutory charges will be extra.

How to Online Setup Own Store

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1. Building Online Stores

2. Run Regular Promotions

3. Increase Sales through Social Media

4. Partner with Other Businesses

5. Offer Free Trials or Demonstrations

6. Stand Out More Technique

Building Online Stores

Build your own website or blog site of your store and apply the technique listed below

With search results becoming more robust and interactive, your Google My Business profile (which is a completely free listing) is more important than ever for reaching new customers on Google. Your Google My Business profile is the result that shows up in Google Maps, the local section of Google Search, and the Google Knowledge Panel on the right-hand side of results pages. When you optimize your profile to show up for relevant searches, you boost your exposure to the right audience and increase the chances of making a sale.

Fill Out Every Section

Complete Google My Business listings are 50% more likely to lead to a purchase. Make sure you don’t just complete the bare minimum such as name, address, phone number, and website. Fill out every field of your profile. The more information you supply, the better it will perform on search, the more confident customers can be in choosing your business, and the more you will stand out above competitors.

Get Google Reviews

One of the best ways to increase sales for your business is to increase the number of positive reviews you have on Google. Consumers trust what other customers have to say, and often use reviews as a deciding factor on choosing a business. In addition, reviews can help you achieve a star rating next to your search result on Google, further helping you to increase customers and sales.

Seed Your Q&A Section

Uncertainty creates a barrier to entry for sales. With the Google Q&A feature, anyone can ask and anyone can answer any question about any business. This means that you can preemptively ask and answer questions about your own business on your Google My Business listing. Giving customers a clearer picture of what to expect and answering common questions and concerns helps to increase their chances of engaging with you which can help to increase sales.

These are just a few of the many ways you can improve your Google My Business profile to start increasing sales for your business.

Run Regular Promotions

Your existing customers should be the first priority when attempting to boost sales. They’ve already shown a willingness to give you money in exchange for products or services, which shows that they trust you. If you did an excellent job when serving them, then they should be primed to do more business with you.

Sales and marketing promotions are a great way to reward your current customers and increase sales. Whether you hold them once a month, once a quarter, or whatever makes sense for you, you want it to be regular.

Once you establish a rhythm with them, clients will start to look forward to them. The more they anticipate interacting with you in the future, the better. Plus, they can let others know about your promotions in advance. These referrals should lead to a larger customer base.

Pay Attention to Existing Customer Behavior

When possible, study how your customers use and interact with your products and services. Perhaps they rely heavily on one particular feature or struggle with one aspect of your product. If so, this could be a great place to offer an upgrade.

Another approach for this is to deliver more personalized service or training. You shouldn’t really see this as an upsell. Instead, think of it as extending or enriching your relationship with them. You don’t want to be forceful here. Just be sure that they know what you offer because they could be unaware.

Ask for Feedback

Especially on what your offerings lack. Is there a specific problem that you could help them with?

For example, a printing company might do an excellent job printing promotional brochures that clients mail out to generate business. A client who wants to automate the process even more could be interested in having the envelopes printed and addressed. They may even like to have the printing company handle the mailing itself.

If you can provide a broader range of services for your current clients, you become even more essential to their business. That means more sales and a stronger relationship.

Increase Sales through Social Media

As social media platforms continue to expand and multiply, they provide new avenues for reaching and nurturing your audience. Ultimately, that can lead to more sales.

Use Social Media Advertising

Most social media sites know a lot about their users. A lot. You can use that data to help get your message in front of the right eyes with laser precision. If you haven’t already, you’ll want to build a social media marketing campaign and start to test.

Unsure about social media advertising? Check out the pros and cons here.

Build Community and Generate Word of Mouth

Not all social experiences need to be transactional though. Instead, you can look at sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram as watering holes for your current or potential clients.

By meeting them where they already hang out, you can find a place in their lives that doesn’t feel as “salesy.” Use social media to help your clients solve problems. They will begin to regard you as the expert and come to your with similar issues in the future. They’ll also tell their friends, and both can increase your bottom line.

Promote Your Deals on Social Media

While not everyone on social media is looking to buy (not when there are so many cat videos to watch), it can be an efficient way to use promotions. Giveaways or special deals are more likely to grab your audience’s attention, which can lead to more sales.

Make Sure Your Profiles are Optimized

Think of your social media profile as a mini website for your business. It should clearly convey who you are, what you do, nd what values you stand for. Since you might not be on their radar for long, make sure you immediately resonate and connect with your ideal customer.

Be sure to treat every social media platform as an individual site too. Your audiences for each will be different, so your profiles should all be optimized according to your goals for the site.

Partner with Other Businesses

Make connections with other providers in your industry. At the very least, you can refer business to one another, but you might also find ways to partner to offer unique package deals to your customers.

A restoration company, for example, could benefit from having a solid relationship with roofers and plumbers. If you’re in the business of replacing and repairing flooded carpets, you’ll get more sales by knowing the people who are first on the scene to fix the initial cause of the leak.

Offer Free Trials or Demonstrations

One of the most common objections (especially for an ongoing service or software subscription) is, “But will this work for me?” While you should try to address that in your copy, the easiest way to demonstrate the value of your service is to let customers see it for themselves.

A free trial or walkthrough demonstration shows customers exactly how much time or money they could save from your offering. You’ll want to also provide excellent customer service and training in the trial period to ensure that they use your product and that they get the most out of it.

Put a Call to Action on Your Homepage

We know that a CTA is essential for conversions on a landing page or product description. They can also be effective on your homepage because they help direct your visitor. Think about the one thing you want a visitor to your homepage to do. Call you? Fill out an inquiry form? Join your email list? Whatever the answer, make it clear on the homepage with a CTA that stands out.

Each of the tips above should help increase sales for your business, but don’t be overwhelmed by the list. Rather than trying to implement everything at once, choose one or two areas to improve on now. Once you start to see results, move on to another tip and watch your sales figures grow.

Stand Out More Technique

In addition to these three major areas, you can also improve your sales figures by trying some (or all) of the tips below.

Nurture Leads

Often, the journey is not straight from ad to sale. Instead, you find prospects and lead them along a path that eventually ends with them choosing your product or service. One of the most effective ways to nurture them through this process is email marketing.

Once you have a prospect’s email, you should keep in touch with them through an automated campaign. This helps you show them that you understand their problems and can provide a solution. For more tips, head to How to Follow Up With Your Sales Leads.

Promote Your Deals on Social Media

While not everyone on social media is looking to buy (not when there are so many cat videos to watch), it can be an efficient way to use promotions. Giveaways or special deals are more likely to grab your audience’s attention, which can lead to more sales.

Brush Up on Your Sales Skills

Advertising and outreach can bring in more leads and transform them from cold to warm to hot. When it comes time for conversion, however, you still have to sell to your clients.

You’ve done all the work to get them ready to buy, but that isn’t the finish line. Revisit the sales essentials to make sure you don’t lose prospects in the final stages of the process.

Bollinger Band : Indicator

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What Is a Bollinger Band ? how to use this indicator ?

A Bollinger Band® is a technical analysis tool defined by a set of trendlines plotted two standard deviations (positively and negatively) away from a simple moving average (SMA) of a security’s price, but which can be adjusted to user preferences.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • Bollinger Bands® are a technical analysis tool developed by John Bollinger for generating oversold or overbought signals.
  • There are three lines that compose Bollinger Bands: A simple moving average (middle band) and an upper and lower band.
  • The upper and lower bands are typically 2 standard deviations +/- fro

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • Bollinger Bands® are a technical analysis tool developed by John Bollinger for generating oversold or overbought signals.
  • There are three lines that compose Bollinger Bands: A simple moving average (middle band) and an upper and lower band.
  • The upper and lower bands are typically 2 standard deviations +/- fro

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • Bollinger Bands® are a technical analysis tool developed by John Bollinger for generating oversold or overbought signals.
  • There are three lines that compose Bollinger Bands: A simple moving average (middle band) and an upper and lower band.
  • The upper and lower bands are typically 2 standard deviations +/- fro 20-day simple moving average, but can be modified

How To Calculate Bollinger Bands®

The first step in calculating Bollinger Bands® is to compute the simple moving average of the security in question, typically using a 20-day SMA. A 20-day moving average would average out the closing prices for the first 20 days as the first data point. The next data point would drop the earliest price, add the price on day 21 and take the average, and so on. Next, the standard deviation of the security’s price will be obtained. Standard deviation is a mathematical measurement of average variance and features prominently in statistics, economics, accounting and finance.

For a given data set, the standard deviation measures how spread out numbers are from an average value. Standard deviation can be calculated by taking the square root of the variance, which itself is the average of the squared differences of the mean. Next, multiply that standard deviation value by two and both add and subtract that amount from each point along the SMA. Those produce the upper and lower bands.

Here is this Bollinger Band® formula:

BOLU = MA(TP,n)+mσ[TP,n]

BOLD = MA(TP,n) − mσ[TP,n]

where:

BOLU=Upper Bollinger Band

BOLD=Lower Bollinger Band

MA = Moving Average

What Do Bollinger Bands® Tell You?

Bollinger Bands® are a highly popular technique. Many traders believe the closer the prices move to the upper band, the more overbought the market, and the closer the prices move to the lower band, the more oversold the market. John Bollinger has a set of 22 rules to follow when using the bands as a trading system.

In the chart depicted below, Bollinger Bands® bracket the 20-day SMA of the stock with an upper and lower band along with the daily movements of the stock’s price. Because standard deviation is a measure of volatility, when the markets become more volatile the bands widen; during less volatile periods, the bands contract.

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The Squeeze

The squeeze is the central concept of Bollinger Bands®. When the bands come close together, constricting the moving average, it is called a squeeze. A squeeze signals a period of low volatility and is considered by traders to be a potential sign of future increased volatility and possible trading opportunities. Conversely, the wider apart the bands move, the more likely the chance of a decrease in volatility and the greater the possibility of exiting a trade. However, these conditions are not trading signals. The bands give no indication when the change may take place or which direction price could move.

Breakouts

Approximately 90% of price action occurs between the two bands. Any breakout above or below the bands is a major event. The breakout is not a trading signal. The mistake most people make is believing that that price hitting or exceeding one of the bands is a signal to buy or sell. Breakouts provide no clue as to the direction and extent of future price movement.

Limitations of Bollinger Bands®

Bollinger Bands® are not a standalone trading system. They are simply one indicator designed to provide traders with information regarding price volatility. John Bollinger suggests using them with two or three other non-correlated indicators that provide more direct market signals. He believes it is crucial to use indicators based on different types of data. Some of his favored technical techniques are moving average divergence/convergence (MACD), on-balance volume and relative strength index (RSI).

Because they are computed from a simple moving average, they weight older price data the same as the most recent, meaning that new information may be diluted by outdated data. Also, the use of 20-day SMA and 2 standard deviations is a bit arbitrary and may not work for everyone in every situation. Traders should adjust their SMA and standard deviation assumptions accordingly and monitor them.

Share Market Indicators

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Do you know what is Indicator ? how to use !

Trend traders attempt to isolate and extract profit from trends. The method of trend trading tries to capture gains through the analysis of an asset’s momentum in a particular direction; there are multiple ways to do this. Of course, no single technical indicator will punch your ticket to market riches; in addition to analysis, traders also need to be well-versed in risk management and trading psychology. But certain strategies have stood the test of time and remain popular tools for trend traders who are interested in analyzing certain market indicators.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • Trend trading attempts to capture gains through the analysis of an asset’s momentum in a particular direction.
  • While no single technical indicator will punch your ticket to market riches, certain strategies have stood the test of time and remain popular tools for trend traders.
  • Moving average is a technical analysis tool that smooths out price data by creating a constantly updated average price.
  • The moving average convergence divergence (MACD) is a kind of oscillating indicator that can help traders quickly spot increasing short-term momentum.
  • The relative strength index (RSI) is a momentum indicator that measures the magnitude of recent price changes to evaluate overbought or oversold conditions in the price of a stock.
  • The on-balance volume (OBV) indicator measures cumulative buying and selling pressure by adding the volume on “up” days and subtracting volume on “down” days. 

Moving Averages

Moving average is a technical analysis tool that smooths out price data by creating a constantly updated average price. On a price chart, a moving average creates a single, flat line that effectively eliminates any variations due to random price fluctuations.

The average is taken over a specific period of time–10 days, 20 minutes, 30 weeks, or any time period the trader chooses. For investors and long-term trend followers, the 200-day, 100-day, and 50-day simple moving average are popular choices.

There are several ways to utilize the moving average. The first is to look at the angle of the moving average. If it is mostly moving horizontally for an extended amount of time, then the price isn’t trending, it is ranging. A trading range occurs when a security trades between consistent high and low prices for a period of time.

If the moving average line is angled up, an uptrend is underway. However, moving averages don’t make predictions about the future value of a stock; they simply reveal what the price is doing, on average, over a period of time.

Crossovers are another way to utilize moving averages. By plotting a 200-day and 50-day moving average on your chart, a buy signal occurs when the 50-day crosses above the 200-day. A sell signal occurs when the 50-day drops below the 200-day.1 The time frames can be altered to suit your individual trading timeframe.

Chart showing an example of moving average crossovers

When the price crosses above a moving average, it can also be used as a buy signal, and when the price crosses below a moving average, it can be used as a sell signal.

However, since the price is more volatile than the moving average, this method is prone to more false signals, as the chart above shows.

Moving averages can also provide support or resistance to the price.1 The chart below shows a 100-day moving average acting as support (i.e., the price bounces off of it).

Chart showing a moving average acting as support

Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD)

The moving average convergence divergence (MACD) is a kind of oscillating indicator. An oscillating indicator is a technical analysis indicator that varies over time within a band (above and below a centerline; the MACD fluctuates above and below zero. It is both a trend-following and momentum indicator. 

One basic MACD strategy is to look at which side of zero the MACD lines are on in the histogram below the chart. If the MACD lines are above zero for a sustained period of time, the stock is likely trending upwards. Conversely, if the MACD lines are below zero for a sustained period of time, the trend is likely down.2 Using this strategy, potential buy signals occur when the MACD moves above zero, and potential sell signals when it crosses below zero.

Signal line crossovers can also provide additional buy and sell signals. A MACD has two lines—a fast line and a slow line. A buy signal occurs when the fast line crosses through and above the slow line. A sell signal occurs when the fast line crosses through and below the slow line.

Chart showing an example of the moving average convergence divergence (MACD)

Relative Strength Index (RSI)

The relative strength index (RSI) is another oscillating indicator but its movement is contained between zero and 100 so it provides different information than the MACD.

One way to interpret the RSI is by viewing the price as “overbought”—and due for a correction—when the indicator in the histogram is above 70, and viewing the price as oversold—and due for a bounce—when the indicator is below 30.3

In a strong uptrend, the price will often reach 70 and beyond for sustained periods of time. For downtrends, the price can stay at 30 or below for a long time. While general overbought and oversold levels can be accurate occasionally, they may not provide the most timely signals for trend traders.

An alternative is to buy close to oversold conditions when the trend is up and place a short trade near an overbought condition in a downtrend.

For example, suppose the long-term trend of a stock is up. A buy signal occurs when the RSI moves below 50 and then back above it. Essentially, this means a pullback in price has occurred. So, the trader buys once the pullback appears to have ended (according to the RSI) and the trend is resuming. The 50-levels are used because the RSI doesn’t typically reach 30 in an uptrend unless a potentialreversal is underway. A short-trade signal occurs when the trend is down and the RSI moves above 50 and then back below it.

Trendlines or a moving average can help establish the trend direction and in which direction to take trade signals.

Chart showing an example of the relative strength index (RSI)

On-Balance Volume (OBV)

Volume itself is a valuable indicator, and on-balance volume (OBV) takes a significant amount of volume information and compiles it into a single one-line indicator. The indicator measures cumulative buying and selling pressure by adding the volume on “up” days and subtracting volume on “down” days. 

Ideally, the volume should confirm trends. A rising price should be accompanied by a rising OBV; a falling price should be accompanied by a falling OBV. 

The figure below shows the shares of Netflix Inc. (NFLX) trending higher along with OBV. Since OBV didn’t drop below its trendline, it was a good indication that the price was likely to continue trending higher even after the pullbacks.

Chart showing an example of on-balance volume (OBV)

If OBV is rising and the price isn’t, it’s likely that the price will follow the OBV in the future and start rising. If the price is rising and OBV is flat-lining or falling, the price may be near a top. If the price is falling and OBV is flat-lining or rising, the price could be nearing a bottom.

Chart showing an example of on-balance volume (OBV)

The Bottom Line

Indicators can simplify price information, in addition to providing trend trade signals and providing warnings about reversals. Indicators can be used on all time frames, and for the most part, they have variables that can be adjusted to suit each trader’s specific preferences. Traders can combine indicator strategies–or come up with their own guidelines–so entry and exit criteria are clearly established for trades.

Learning to trade on indicators can be a tricky process. If a particular indicator appeals to you, you may decide to research it further. Most importantly, it’s a good idea to test it out before using it to make live trades. And for those who have never actively traded before, it’s important to know that opening a brokerage account is a necessary first step in order to gain access to the stock market.

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Top Earning Online – Millions Earn

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Podcasting

podcating

Another way to make money online is by hosting an online podcast.well a Good Financial Cents podcast to go along with blog, and use that platform to find new sponsors and advertisers all the time.I still remember getting my friend first sponsor on the podcast and finding out they were willing to pay $8,000 to include a short clip at the beginning of each podcast for 90 days. That was insanely exciting him at the time since I wasn’t sure I would be able to monetize podcast that much at first.

If you want to know how to podcast video and make money click here complete setup steps by step.

Online Course

If you have any skill you can teach others, it’s also possible to set up an online course you can market online. You can find online courses that teach anything from cooking to marketing or even freelance writing. Heck, I even offer my own course for financial advisors who want to take their businesses online— The Online Advisor Growth Formula.

Most people set up their online course through a platform like Teachable.com. With Teachable, you can upload your course materials and use the platform to manage customers and accept payments.

If you want to know how to start online course and make money then click here

Sponsored Posts

If you have a website or a large social media following, you can also make money by pursuing sponsored posts and ads. But, how does this work? Basically, companies are willing to pay bloggers and social media influencers to promote their products and services. If you have a platform, be it a blog or a huge Instagram following, you can cash in.

Keep in mind though, you don’t need a website to do sponsored content since you can also get paid if you have a lot of social media followers. My wife has a pretty big Instagram following, and she gets all kinds of sponsorships. Not only does she get paid in cash, but we get a lot of free stuff, too. We’ve received free rugs, free lights, and free carpet cleaners. She only promotes things she loves though, so this strategy works really well for her.

Build an Online Community

Last but not least, you can also earn money online by building an online community, although the monetization strategies you can pursue will vary a lot depending on your goals. You can build a community with a blog, for example. You can also build an online forum and charge people for membership. You could even build up a Facebook group and use your influence there to sell and promote products.

Prior to that group, they had an online community for teachers looking for lesson plans. That probably sounds pretty random, but it’s crazy the type of communities you can build and rally people around. If it’s something that you’re passionate about yourself and you want to connect with others that have that same passion, then an online community is something you should definitely consider

Freelance Writing

If you have writing skills and creative talent, it’s also possible to get paid to create online content. I don’t do this as much as I used to, but I am very aware of how viable this income stream is.
One blogger I know, Holly Johnson, actually makes over $200,000 per year creating content for other websites. And actually, that’s on top of the six figures she earns with her blog, Club Thrifty.

According to Johnson, the key to making it as a freelance writer is figuring out a niche, networking with people who might hire you, and delivering high-quality content 100 percent of the time. While there are a ton of writing job boards to help you get started, she says it’s fairly easy to find starter writing jobs on websites like Upwork.com