Investing in the stock market is absolutely interesting, but of-course for only those who really have a passion for investing. Most people think that investing in the stock market is gambling, but there is another set of people for them trading is a full-time profession, Even they leave their highly paid jobs to enter into it.
So, there are two types of people out there.
Here are some hilarious stock market memes for both of them, you might have not seen this before.
1. The stock market is crashing
2. Stock market and anti trump media
3. When trading is your life
4. New trader vs experienced trader
5. Day trading return – Expectation vs reality
6. Watching the stock markets
7. Return on saving account
8. If stock marker could close be closed for the day
9. Mutual fund returns – Expectation vs reality
10. What is a Stop Loss?
11. The life of a day trader
12. Stock market in coronavirus crisis
13. Snow is falling
14. You can get back into stock market now
15. Who would win?
16. How long should I hold It?
17. Stock market in 2020
18. Stock market crash vs divorce
19. Day trader life
20. When the slow down is temporary
21. Not sure if i’m trading better
Rule #1: Don’t Lose Money
Rule #2: Don’t Forget Rule #1
22. The stock market man
23. I can’t lose money
24. When entire stock market is crashing
25. Candle light dinner
26. When your portfolio beats the market
27. Holding stock for long term
28. When Sensex went down due to coronavirus
29. Life of a day trader
30. When the price of stock goes down
31. When you heard stock market went up
These were the hilarious memes every stock traders can relate with. If you liked it do share with your friends on social media.
Image credits: All the stock market memes listed above are collected from the internet.
What is Stock Market?
Stock market is a place where people can buy and sell shares of publicly listed companies. The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) is the governing body that regulates the stock market.
It offers a platform for a seamless exchange of companies shares where it helps people who want to sell stocks to meet the buyers who can buy his stocks.
However, people can only trade in the stock market through a registered stock exchange. Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) and the National Stock Exchange (NSE) are the two main exchanges where most of the trades take place.
Both the exchanges are headquartered in Mumbai. An investor can be a member of either of the two or both.
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National Stock Exchange (NSE)
NSE is a leading stock exchange in India where you can buy or sell shares of publicly listed companies. Established in the year 1992, NSE has a flagship index named as NIFTY50. The index consists of the top 50 companies based on its trading volume and market capitalization.
Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE)
BSE is the oldest stock exchange in India. Established in 1875, BSE has more than 5,000 companies listed out of which more than 3,970 are available for trading as on August 21, 2017. Sensex is the flagship index of BSE. It measures the performance of the 30 largest stocks or companies.
The NSE is a relatively new exchange as compared to the BSE. Therefore, it has a lower number of companies listed which would be around 2,000 companies.