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Do’s and Don’ts about Investing in Indian Stock market from Alertel Buy Sell Signal software for trading MCX NSE and Forex

Do’s and Don’ts about Investing in Indian Stock market from Alertel Buy Sell Signal software for trading MCX NSE and Forex

Last blog we have seen the types of markets and the basics of Investing in MCX NSE and FOREX and overall in Indian Stock market. Some Do’s AND DON’Ts on various matters have been issued by SEBI, BSE and NSE for the Investors to guide them and ensure fair play in the market to accomplish their Primary objectives:



  • Read the Prospectus/ Abridged Prospectus carefully and note
  • Risk factors pertaining to the issue.
  • Financials of the issuer.
  • Object of the issue.
  • Outstanding litigations and defaults, if any.
  • IPO Grading.
  • Basis of issue price.
  • Business Overview.
  • Background of promoters
  • Instructions before making application.
  • In case of any doubt/problem, contact the compliance officer named in the offer document.
  • In case you do not receive share certificate or credit to demat account or refunds of application money, lodge a complaint with compliance officer of Issuer Company and post issue lead manager as stated in the offer document.


  • Do not fall prey to market rumors.
  • Do not go by any implicit/explicit promise made by any one.
  • Do not invest based on Bull Run of the market index/scrips of other companies in same industry/issuer company.
  • Do not bank upon the price of the shares of the issuer company to go up in the short run.



  • Read the special resolution regarding the proposed buy back in detail and then vote for it.
  • Compare the price offered in buy back with market price during last few months, Earning per Share, Book Value etc.
  • Determine whether the price offered is reasonable.
  • Read the instructions for making the application for tendering of shares carefully and follow them.
  • Ensure that your application reaches the collection centre well within time.
  • If you don’t get the letter of offer within reasonable period, contact the Merchant Banker.
  • Mention all details as required in the letter of offer legibly.
  • Furnish all the documents asked for in the letter of offer.
  • Send application through the mode (post/courier/hand delivery/ordinary post etc.) specified in the letter of offer.
  • Contact Merchant Banker (MB) if no response is received from company/ MB regarding consideration for tendered shares within stipulated time.
  • Contact Compliance Officer mentioned in the letter of offer in case of any grievance against the company.
  • Contact the Registrar of Companies in case you feel that provision of the Companies Act has been violated.
  • Contact the Merchant Banker in case of any grievance against the procedure followed in the buy back.


  • Don’t submit multiple applications.
  • Don’t forget to fill up the application legibly.
  • Don’t mutilate the application form.
  • Don’t cross/cut in the application form.
  • Don’t send the application at wrong address.
  • Don’t send the application after the close of offer.
  • Don’t forget to give complete information in the application form.
  • Don’t forget to sign on application form.
  • Don’t give wrong/contradictory information on the application form.




  • Transact only through Stock Exchanges.
  • Deal only through SEBI registered intermediaries.
  • Complete all the required formalities of opening an account properly (Client registration, Client agreement forms, etc).
  • Ask for and sign “Know Your Client Agreement”.

  • Read and properly understand the risks associated with investing in securities / derivatives before undertaking transactions.
  • Assess the risk – return profile of the investment as well as the liquidity and safety aspects before making your investment decision.
  • Ask all relevant questions and clear your doubts with your broker before transacting.
  • Invest based on sound reasoning after taking into account all publicly available information and on fundamentals.
  • Give clear and unambiguous instructions to your broker / sub-broker / depository participant.
  • Be vigilant in your transactions.
  • Insist on a contract note for your transaction.
  • Verify all details in contract note, immediately on receipt.
  • Crosscheck details of your trade with details as available on the exchange website.
  • Scrutinize minutely both the transaction and the holding statements that you receive from your Depository participant.
  • Keep copies of all your investment documentation.
  • Handle Delivery Instruction Slips (DIS) Book issued by DP’s carefully just like your cheque book.
  • Insist that the DIS numbers are pre-printed and your account number (client id) be pre-stamped.
  • In case you are not transacting frequently make use of the freezing facilities provided for your demat account.
  • Pay the margins required to be paid in the time prescribed.
  • Deliver the shares in case of sale or pay the money in case of purchase within the time prescribed.
  • Participate and vote in general meetings either personally or through proxy.
  • Be aware of your rights and responsibilities.
  • In case of complaints approach the right authorities for redressal in a timely manner.
  • In case physical deliveries are received, check them as per the Good/Bad delivery guidelines issued by SEBI.
  • Transfer of ownership of physical shares should be executed by a valid, duly completed and stamped transfer deed.
  • Educate other investors (Friends, Family etc.) about these Dos & Don’ts.


  • Given the benefits of trading on stock exchange it is advisable to avoid off-market transactions.
  • Don’t deal with unregistered intermediaries.
  • Don’t fall prey to promises of unrealistic returns.
  • Don’t invest on the basis of hearsay and rumors; verify before investment.
  • Don’t forget to take note of risks involved in the investment.
  • Don’t be misled by rumors circulating in the market.
  • Don’t be influenced into buying into fundamentally unsound companies (penny stocks) based on sudden spurts in trading volumes or prices or non authentic favorable looking articles / stories.
  • Don’t follow the herd or play on momentum – it could turn against you.
  • Don’t be misled by so called hot tips.
  • Don’t try to time the market.
  • Don’t hesitate to approach the proper authorities for redressal of your doubts / grievances.
  • Don’t leave signed blank Delivery Instruction Slips of your demat account lying around carelessly or with anyone.
  • Do not sign blank Delivery Instruction Slips (DIS) and keep them with Depository Participant (DP) or broker to save time. Remember your carelessness can be your peril.
  • Do not follow investment advice from news channel experts – do your own research.
  • Do not invest under peer pressure.



  • Deal only with SEBI registered intermediaries.
  • Ensure that the intermediary has a valid registration certificate.
  • Ensure that the intermediary is permitted to transact in the market.
  • State clearly who will be placing orders on your behalf.
  • Insist on client registration form to be signed by the intermediary before commencing operations.
  • Enter into an agreement with your broker or sub-broker setting out terms and conditions clearly.
  • Ensure that you read the agreement and risk disclosure document carefully before signing.
  • Make sure that you sign on all the pages of the agreement and ensure that the broker or a representative authorized to sign, signs on all the pages of the agreement. Also the agreement should be signed by the witnesses by giving their name and address.
  • Insist on a valid contract note/confirmation memo for trades done each day 24 hours of the transaction.
  • Sign the duplicate contract note/confirmation memo, to be kept with the broker once you receive the original.
  • Insist on bill for every settlement.
  • Ensure that broker’s name, trade time and number, transaction price and brokerage are shown distinctly on the contract note.
  • Insist on periodical statement of accounts.
  • Issue cheques/drafts in trade name of the intermediary only.
  • Ensure receipt of payment/ deliveries within 48 hours of payout.
  • In case of disputes, file written complaint to intermediary/ Stock Exchange/ SEBI within a reasonable time.
  • In case of sub-broker disputes, inform the main broker about the dispute within 6 months.
  • Familiarize yourself with the rules, regulations and circulars issued by stock exchanges /SEBI before carrying out any transaction.
  • Give clear and unambiguous instructions to the broker/sub-broker.
  • Keep a record of all the instructions issued to the broker/sub-broker.
  • Keep track of your portfolio in your Demat a/c on a regular basis.
  • Before placing an order with the market intermediaries, please check about the credentials of the companies, its management, fundamentals and recent announcements made by them and various other disclosures made under various regulations. The sources of information are the websites of Exchanges and companies, databases of data vendor, business magazines, etc.
  • Adopt trading/investment strategies commensurate with your risk-bearing capacity as all investments carry some risk, the degree of which varies according to the investment strategy adopted.
  • Carry out due diligence before registering as client with any intermediary. Carefully read and understand the contents stated in the Risk Disclosure Document, which forms part of the investor registration requirement for dealing through brokers.
  • Be cautious about stocks, which show a sudden spurt in price or trading activity, especially low price stocks.
  • Send important documents by a reliable mode (preferably through registered post) to ensure delivery.
  • Ensure that you have money before you buy.
  • Ensure that you are holding securities before you sell.
  • Follow up diligently and promptly e.g. If you do not receive the required documentation within a reasonable time, contact the concerned person; i.e. the Trading Member, company etc., immediately.
  • Always keep copies of all investment documentation (e.g. application forms, acknowledgements slips, contract notes).
  • Always keep copies of documents you are sending to companies, Trading Member, Registrar and Transfer Agent, etc.
  • Mention clearly whether you want to transact in physical mode or in demat mode.
  • Lodge your complaint or Arbitration Application against the Trading Member, at the concerned Regional Arbitration Centre, by confirming geographical jurisdiction. Please use for the purpose, your address as intimated to your Trading Member by following due process of law. The details of geographical jurisdiction of each Regional Arbitration Centre are also available on the Contract Note


  • Don’t deal with unregistered brokers / sub-brokers, or other unregistered intermediaries.
  • Don’t execute any documents with any intermediary without fully understanding its terms and conditions.
  • Don’t file your grievance/s and / or arbitration application against trading member, in the Regional Arbitration Centre having no geographical jurisdiction over the matter. Please use for the purpose, your address as intimated to your Trading Member by following due process of law.
  • The Exchange redresses investors’ complaints through arbitration and IGRC mechanism, which are quasi-judicial in nature. The period consumed in redressal of complaint thru IGRC will not be considered while measuring period of ‘limitation’ in filing arbitration application provided the complaint is filed at the concerned Regional Arbitration Centre.
  • Don’t file your grievance/s against companies listed on BSE, in the Regional Arbitration Centre having no geographical jurisdiction over the matter, for its expeditious redressal. Please use your address for deciding the geographical jurisdiction.
  • Don’t deal based on rumors or ‘tips’.
  • Don’t fall prey to promises of guaranteed returns.
  • Don’t get misled by companies showing approvals / registrations from Government agencies as the approvals could be for certain other purposes and not for the securities you are buying.
  • Don’t leave the custody of your Delivery Instruction Slip book in the hands of any intermediary.
  • Don’t get carried away with advertisements about the financial performance of companies in print and electronic media.
  • Don’t blindly follow media reports on corporate developments, as some of these could be misleading.
  • Don’t blindly imitate investment decisions of others who may have profited from their investment decisions.
  • Don’t forgo obtaining all documents of transactions, in good faith even from people whom you know.
  • Don’t forget to take note of the risks involved in an investment.
  • Don’t get misled by guarantees of repayment of your investments through post-dated cheques.
  • Don’t hesitate to approach concerned persons and then the appropriate authorities.
  • Don’t get swayed by promises of high returns.



  • Go through all rules, regulations, bye-laws and disclosures made by the exchanges.
  • Trade only through – Trading Member (TM) registered with SEBI or authorized person of TM registered with the exchange.
  • While dealing with an authorized person, ensure that the contract note has been issued by the TM of the authorized person only.
  • While dealing with an authorized person, pay the brokerage/payments/ margins etc. to the TM only.
  • Ensure that for every executed trade you receive duly signed contract note from your TM highlighting the details of the trade along with your unique client-id.

  • Obtain receipt for collateral deposited with Trading Member (TM) towards margin.
  • Go through details of Client-Trading Member Agreement.
  • Know your rights and duties vis-à-vis those of Trading Member.
  • Be aware of the risk associated with your positions in the market and margin calls on them.
  • Collect / pay mark to market margins on your futures position on a daily basis from / to your Trading member.


  • Do not start trading before reading and understanding the Risk Disclosure Documents.
  • Do not trade on any product without knowing the risk and rewards associated with it.



  • Before investing ensure that the entity is registered with SEBI.
  • Read the offer document of the scheme especially the risk factors carefully.
  • Check the viability of the project.
  • Check and verify the background/expertise of the promoters.
  • Ensure clear and marketable title of the property/assets of the entity.
  • Ensure that the Collective Investment Management Company (CIMC) has the necessary infrastructure to carry out the scheme.
  • Check the credit rating of the scheme and tenure of the rating.
  • Check for the appraisal of the scheme and read the brief appraisal report.
  • Read carefully the objects of the scheme.
  • Check for the promise vis-a-vis performance of the earlier schemes in the offer document.
  • Ensure that CIMC furnishes a copy of the Annual Report within two months from the closure of the financial year.
  • Note that SEBI does not guarantee or undertake the repayment of money to the investors.
  • Please visit for CIMC’s registered with SEBI and FAQs with regard to Collective Investment Schemes in their respective vernacular languages.


  • Do not invest in any CIS entity not registered with the SEBI.
  • Do not get carried away by indicative returns.
  • Do not invest based on market rumors.



  • Read the offer document carefully before investing.
  • Note that investments in Mutual Funds is less risky in compared to the direct investment in stocks.

  • Mention your bank account number in the application form.
  • Invest in a scheme depending upon your investment objective and risk appetite.
  • Note that Net Asset Value of a scheme is subject to change depending upon market conditions.
  • Insist for a copy of the offer document/key information memorandum before investing.
  • Note that past performance of a scheme is not indicative of future performance.
  • Past performance of a scheme may or may not be sustained in future.
  • Keep track of the Net Asset Value of a scheme, where you have invested, on a regular basis.
  • Ensure that you receive an account statement for the money that you have invested.
  • Update yourself on the performance of the scheme on a regular basis.
  • Peruse the annual reports and half yearly financial results of mutual funds. These are published in national newspapers and on websites of mutual funds.
  • Find out about entry load & exit load in case of open-ended schemes and check for initial expenses & exit load in case of close-ended schemes. Actual expenses for each scheme are disclosed in half yearly results.
  • Find out about the investment profile provided in portfolio disclosures which is available on half yearly basis.
  • With assistance from sources of information like Scheme Offer documents, Key Information Memorandum, Statement of accounts, Annual and half yearly reports, portfolio disclosures etc., you are recommended to take informed investment decisions, not based on hearsay.
  • Waiver of Entry Load is provided for Direct Applications. Investors wanting to make Applications for mutual fund schemes without a distributor/ broker, should cut across the section on ‘Distributor information’ in application form, mark it as ‘Direct application’ and countersign.
  • The waiver of Entry Load for Direct Applications is available for new applications and for switch-ins from one scheme to another.
  • If an investor is seeking the help of a distributor, find out the value added services that are provided by distributor in respect of investments in mutual fund schemes.
  • Please verify that no entry/exit load is charged to you for bonus units issued, if any, and in lieu of units allotted on reinvestment of Dividend.
  • The offer documents for mutual Fund Schemes are now bifurcated as ‘Scheme Information Document (SID)’ and ‘Statement of Additional Information (SAI)’. Each scheme has a SID whereas SAI is common for all schemes. While making investment decisions, you, as investor, are expected to peruse the SID and SAI besides the existing Key Information Memorandum (KIM).
  • Take care to mention nominee/nominees in your application forms.
  • Complete KYC requirements as per instructions on application form.


  • Do not invest in a scheme just because somebody is offering you a commission or other incentive, gifts etc.
  • Do not get carried away by the name of the scheme/Mutual Fund.
  • Do not fall prey to promises of unrealistic returns.
  • Do not forget to take note of risks involved in the investment.
  • Do not hesitate to approach concerned persons and then the appropriate authorities for any problem.
  • Do not deal with any agent/broker dealer who is not registered with Association of Mutual Funds in India (AMFI).
  • Avoid herd mentality while buying / selling into mutual fund schemes.
  • Don’t leave out KYC details in your application forms. That will make the forms liable for rejection.
  • Don’t rush into making investments that do not match your risk taking appetite and investment goals.
  • Investors should be wary of concentrating their mutual fund portfolio in one particular asset class and not diversifying across various types of scheme profiles

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