There are two types of investors.
RETAIL INVESTORS are individual investors like you and me who buy shares for ourselves.
INSTITUTIONAL INVESTOR means organization like MUTUAL FUNDS, PENSION FUND, INSURANCE COMPANY etc. These organizations invest in PORTFOLIO and the people. INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS invest a lot more money than retail investors. INSTITUTIONAL INVESTOR has its own research team. According to their research, they decide which shares to buy and which not.
There are two types of INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS.
The INDIAN INSTITUTIONAL investors who invest in the INDIAN FINANCIAL MARKET are called DII’s. INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS IN OTHER COUNTRY INVESTING IN INDIAN FINANCIAL MARKET, THESE ARE FII’S. India is an emerging country, so FII’S are ready to invest in India. You may have heard many times that the stock market to fall due to FII’s SELLING, or FII’s BUYING caused the stock market to rise. FII’s invest with very large capital So their buying and selling has an impact on the Indian stock market Therefore TRADERS are keeping an eye on FII’s ACTIVITY. FII’s have to register with SEBI to invest in Indian stock market.
If you don’t know what DEPOSITORY PARTICIPANT is, let me tell you a little bit about it. There are two types of DEPOSITORY PARTICIPANT in India.
The shares you buy are deposited in DEPOSITORY PARTICIPANT, but you cannot open DEMAT A / c with DEPOSITORY. For that you have to go to the Agent of DEPOSITORY PARTICIPANT, that is, those with whom you open a demat account are DEPOSITORY PARTICIPANT.
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