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A Stock Exchange represents that part of the stock market operating as any SEBON approved and regulated stock exchange. In Nepalese context the NEPSE is the authorized stock exchanges.
The definition of a stock exchange
A stock exchange use to include any facilities constructed for the purpose of trading stocks. That is no longer the case. For instance , the NEPSE does not exchange securities within a facility, but rather all trading is accomplished through broker-dealer networks in which thousands broker-dealers (market makers) communicate all trading through their own computers in many locations. These broker–dealer networks bring traders together from all over the country and even the world to trade securities.
Listed Stocks and Unlisted Stocks
-Those stocks that are traded on a stock exchange are called “listed” stocks.
-All other stocks not traded on a stock exchange are OTC and are called “unlisted” stocks.
2 Over-The-Counter (OTC)
The OTC represents OTC BB, Pink Sheets stocks are traded like stocks on the stock exchanges by the retail trader or investor. OTC financial markets do not operate within a facility constructed for the purpose of trading , nor are they approved as stock exchanges by NEPSE ;so, they are not part of the Stock Exchange.
OTC are unlisted stocks
The shares of OTC stock are referred to as “unlisted” .This means that such shares of stock are not being traded on a stock exchange i.e. NEPSE .
-These are the stocks that are most likely to be traded on the OTC.
-These are the stocks that are high quality and most likely to explode as planned for huge low-risk profits.
Solid in-depth fundamental analysis and basic technical analysis is essential for locating those thinly traded stocks anywhere in the stock market with the greatest possible trading success. These are the penny stocks that marketers most desire to promote.
The Extraordinary Investor will already have purchased his shares first in such stocks , which is why such investor gains the advantage from the risks others take- those who jump in after the stock begins its explosive trend up.
Penny Stock Market. This market exists everywhere within the Stock Market and is where we will be specializing to earn enormous low risk profits as an extraordinary investor.
Strategy for trading on Shares:
We are introducing ourselves as a trader for the Unlisted, Unquoted, Delisted, Rare Nepalese and Pre IPO Shares. At present there is no exclusive broking firm for the above said shares, so we have decided to provide an online platform like a stock exchange for Selling and Buying the Unlisted, Unquoted, Delisted, Rare Indian and Pre IPO Shares.
Our main motto is to provide an opportunity to the Buyer and Seller to decide the price of the shares.
The Seller offers the quantity of the shares and price of the share through our website and the buyer agreed to give acceptance through our website after which we will take necessary steps to complete the formalities like share transfer and settlement of consideration.
The Buyer offers to buy the shares,post the requirement of share and price per share through our website and Seller agreed to sell to give the acceptance through our website after which we will take necessary steps to complete the deal like share transfer and settlement of consideration.
In case the buyer and seller are not entered a mutual consensus we will assist to complete the transaction through negotiation.
Home for trading unlisted securities:
1. To register in our Website as a Member without paying any fees and get the User ID and Password. This process prerequisite the details like Name, Father’s Name/Husband’s Name, Date of birth, Address of the Residence or Office , Mobile Number and Email ID.
2. The Seller posts the offer with the Quality of shares and price per share for the particular Company. If the Company Name is not available, create the Company Name in the Master and place the offer. If the Seller has sold the shares through any other source or not willing to sell, kindly delete the sell offer with immediate. The Seller has rights to modify the Quantity and Price at any time. The proper maintenance of Offers is the sole responsibility of the User ,if committed any defaults attract the penalty clause.
3. The Buyer posts the requirement of share quantity and price per share for the particular Company. If the Company Name is not available create the Company Name in the Master and place the offer. If the Buyer has purchased the shares through any other source or not willing to purchase, kindly delete the Buy offer with immediate. The Buyer has rights to modify the Quantity and Price at any time. The proper maintenance of Offers is the sole responsibility of the User, if committed any defaults attract the penalty clause.
4. The buyer accepts the seller’s offer by clicking the button like Buy or Seller accepts the Buyer’s offer by clicking the Sell , system generated Email sent to the Buyer as well as the Seller attaching the Statement of Transaction.
5. The Rat of Brokerage per Transaction for Buying and selling:-
Upto Rs.10 Lakhs –rs.150/- or 2% whichever is more
Above Rs.10 Lakhs –Rs 200000/- or 1 %whichever is more
6. The Buyer has to settle the amount within a week from the date of transaction by Demand Drafts in favour of the Seller and Unihome Investment Company as detailed in the Statement of Transaction for Purchase. If the Seller agreed to get the payment by NEFT/RTGS ,we will accept the payment through funds transfer.
7. On getting payment from the Buyer, we will send an Email to the seller requesting to effect the share transfer to the Buyer’s DEMAT Account within 72 hours.
8. On getting confirmation Email from the Buyer regarding share receipt, we will send the Demand Draft to the Seller.
9. Registration in our Website is an acceptance of our procedures.
10. We are always expecting the genuine transactions. If default is committed by the Buyer or the seller , the defaulter has to pay a penalty of 2% on the transaction value of Rs.1000/- whichever is more to the other party along with the actual Brokerage.
11. We will not be collected the Securities Transaction Tax since it is Off Market Transaction.
12. All the duisputes are subject to Madurai Jurisdiction only.
For Sale of shares in Physical form:
1. From Point No. 1 to 6 and 9 to 12 of the above are the same.
2. On getting payment from the Buyer, we will send a request Email to the seller to forward the Share Certificate along with the share transfer form duly filled in, signed by the Shareholder/s, witnessed and attested by the Bank Manager, latest Annual Report /Dividend Warrant to us within a week.
3. We will send the Demand Draft to the Seller on getting confirmation from the Buyer.
Our Bank Account Details:
Bank Account No.
Siddhartha Development Bank
Our DP Details:
Unihome Investment Company Pvt. Ltd.
How do we buy an over –the-counter stock?
The process of purchasing OTC stocks is different than purchasing stock from companies on the NEPSE. The Major difference is that OTC securities are unlisted, so there is no central exchange for the market. All orders of OTC securities must be made through market makers who ,instead of just matching orders, actually carry an inventory of securities to facilitate trading.
The first step an investor must make before they can trade in OTC securities is to open an account with a brokage firm. An investor can choose from either a discount broker oer a full- service broker to invest. However, investors should be aware that not all broker allow trading in OTC securities. An investor’s broker will work with the applicable market maker to ensure that the transaction process is completed successfully.
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What are penny stocks?
Often called OTC or over –the –counter stocks, these are low –priced stocks that are traded outside the major stock exchanges. Instead they’re quoted on the OTC Bulletin Board or thorugh the OTC Market Group (Formerly known as Pink Sheets). Despite their name,penny stocks don’ costjust a penny; they’re generally defined as stocks that trade for less than Rs.100 per share.
Still, Rs.100 a share is inexpensive when compared to companies that trade for Rs 1000 or more, and getting into the market for a few bills seems like a good deal. This is where the backstory is important: Because they are issued by very small, yet-to-be established companies, penny stocks tend to be very volatile. They can be difficult to research and accurately value, and they trade infrequently, which means they can be hard to sell.