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a project on online trading of shares 9886649997

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10/19/2013

 
“A STUDY ON ONLINE TRADING OF SHARES”.
CHAPTER - I
INTRODUCTION
E-business describes the use of electronic means and platforms toconduct business. By this means the company has reduced all kinds of thepaper work and all information are flowing through the computer screenonly.E-commerce is more specific than e-business. It means that inaddition to provide information to visitors about the company, its history,policies, and job opportunities the company or the site offer to transact or facilitate the selling of the products and services online. E-commerce hasgiven rise in turn to e-purchasing and e-marketing. E-purchasing meanscompanies decide to purchase the goods and information or services fromvarious online suppliers. Smart e-purchasing has already savedcompany’s million of rupees.E marketing describes company’s effort to inform, communicate,promote and sell its products and services over the Internet. E-businessand e-commerce take place over four Internet domains
B 2 B – business to business:
Online business selling to other businesses. ExampleeSteel.com is a steel industry exchange that creates anelectronic market for steel producers and users.At first B2B e-commerce primarily involved inter-businessexchanges, but a number of other B2B business models havedeveloped, including e-distributors, B2B service providers’matchmakers, and infomediaries that are widening the use of B2B e-commerce.
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“A STUDY ON ONLINE TRADING OF SHARES”.
B 2 C – business to consumer: 
Online business selling to individual consumers.Example amazon.com is general merchandise that sellsconsumer products to retail consumer. Grown exponentiallysince 1995, and is the type of e-commerce that mostconsumers are likely to encounter.
C 2 C – consumer to consumer e-commerce:
Consumer selling to other consumers. ExampleeBay.com creates a market space where consumers canauction or sell goods directly to other consumers.E-commerce provides a way for consumers to sell to eachother, with the help of an online market such as auction siteeBay.
P 2 P Peer-to-Peer e-commerce:
Use of peer-to-peer technology, which enables internetusers to share files and computer resources directly withouthaving to go through a central web server, in e-commerce.Examples Gnutella is a soft ware application that permitsconsumers to share music with one another directly, withoutintervention of a market maker as in C2C e-commerce.
Definition of Online Trading on the web:
As per the web the sale of goods or services over theInternet. Customers must enter and submit their credit carddetails online; the sale will often proceed without the retailer and customer ever having personal contact.Www. Stanlake.co Online trading over the Internet,without the physical inclusion of a broker. Orders are reportsare entered and returned via terminals.
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“A STUDY ON ONLINE TRADING OF SHARES”.
Online Trading Patterns:
Online Trading should be screen-based system only.
T+ 2 settlement (T means trading day).
It is a Stock wise and Financial wise.
Shares or security should be in D-Mat only.
Penalty clauses should be applied
Notionally any trade will be done by buying / selling took place by NSE.
It is only cheque system but no cash system.
This is no intermediaries from 1-10-2004.
It is agreement between stockbrokers and investors.
It not even through authorized person
It is transaction is franchisee (hand post) or directly shouldregister with SEBI (Securities Exchange Board of India)through respective brokers.
Sources of the online marketing:
In the online marketing the most important is to know thecustomer, and in order to know the customers the company must collectinformation and store it in the customer’s database and do the databasemarketing. A customer database is the organized collection of comprehensive information about individual customers or prospects thatare current, accessible and actionable for such marketing purpose as leadgeneration led qualification.Database marketing is the process of building, maintain and usingcustomer’s databases and other databases for the purpose of contacting,transacting, and building relationship.
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