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02 Intro To Stocks - Journey From Startup To IPO

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Trade Academy (1 year ago)
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harish mukkara (1 year ago)
Trade Academy , thanks aren't enough for your contribution. 🙏
BMK Production (2 months ago)
Plz make Startup Videos In Hindi....
Harsh Vardhan (3 months ago)
Thanks
Brajaraj Dash (5 months ago)
I have a question. a company worth of 20 lacs, can it be listed on stock exchange?
Gopal Sapkota (6 months ago)
Can you please remove your lyrics.....😕😕😕😕😕😕😕😕😕
sagar raut (8 months ago)
what a beautifully explained ...
Prince Arora (9 months ago)
3:02 you decided randomly in you story how many shares your company has (150)... So how can we decide this number of your company...
Harshit Batra (11 months ago)
Great work with teaching. More amazing work with the presentation. Just curious, which software was used for such seamlessly smooth text animation & design?
Bhavin Desai (1 year ago)
Awesome video compilation and explanation. Many thanks and keep up the good work! When Raj had 3 options: - Sell - Getting another investor on board - IPO Why did he thought it can give more valuation for his 20 shares if he choose IPO? That was almost unexplained.
Harshal Sanap (1 year ago)
what is your income through stock market
FinHead (1 year ago)
omg, you have so much dark circles
Dropa Tan (1 year ago)
FinHead is that why you are watching the video? Damn, you must have dark clogged circles in your brain then. Enjoy and learn from the damn video. God
Trade Academy (1 year ago)
lol
Tyler Eng (1 year ago)
Very nice explanation, really like your videos. I'm just a college student and currently learning the basic of investment and you've helped me a lot, thanks!
Rupesh Kanade (2 years ago)
fab sir... good information onboard.....thanks...happy to here you again.
Anand G (2 years ago)
fabulous job sir.......hats off to you.... :)
Ele Zeta (2 years ago)
Thank you for your time. Great videos
Trade Academy (2 years ago)
You are most welcome, thank you for watching. We release new videos every week so do checkout out 'Minute Finance' series.
Saurabh (2 years ago)
Nice work buddy ... Just one question, who gets to decide how many shares in total, like in your story you said 150 shares in total, what if I want to start with some other number of shares ? Thanks in advance
Mr. Greed (3 months ago)
During early phases, or prior to being listed on a public exchange a business can issue as many shares as they want (subject to local laws) however, each quarter the price of the shares issued changes based on the company's total net worth. $100,000 ÷ 1,000 shares = $100 per share. Or let's say they issue only 100 shares. $100,000 ÷ 100 shares = $1,000 per share. Now let's say the company reaches $200,000 net worth next year, at 1,000 shares. $200,000 ÷ 1,000 = $200 per share.
Sourabh Shankar (11 months ago)
Saurabh bro in my knowledge companies shares are in millions and only small amount of its shares is circulated to public for buying and if there is big demand in market that means there share price will increase.
jingoboy23 (2 years ago)
I'm all the way in Toronto and I was getting annoyed of all the bullshit examples most youtubers are giving. This is definitely the best explanation video series ive watched hands down.
sarvar ubaydullaev (2 years ago)
fuck Raj
ashutosh lokhande (2 years ago)
im a jabra fan of yours. why didnt i found you earlier :(
Trade Academy (2 years ago)
It's never too late! Thank you :)
Pratiksha Gautam (2 years ago)
hello. i am from nepal. thank you very much. your video helped me a lot
Trade Academy (2 years ago)
Thank you for watching! I'm glad these videos were useful to you.
1M l (2 years ago)
can you name most volatile stock in indian stock market ?
Trade Academy (2 years ago)
+Gagan Nagpal That's difficult to say but you can checkout most active contracts by volume on the nseindia's site. I would also recommend to stay away from small stocks. Stick to large/mid caps.
shivraj sam (3 years ago)
Thanks a lot ...helped me a lot in understanding the basics of stocks . I was very confused . This video helped a lot why a company go for a stock option. Keep up the good work.
Trade Academy (3 years ago)
+shivraj sam Comments like this keep us going at the office to keep posting more free courses. Do visit the website to access more courses, they are all available on Youtube too :)
Srinivasarsid (3 years ago)
But good job guys....the videos are easy to follow...I hope we will get to see some advance stuff in coming days...looking forward for tutorials on Technical Analysis...ALL THE BEST !!!
Trade Academy (3 years ago)
+Srinivasarsid Hey Srini, we have a full technical analysis course called intro to technical analysis. There is a course on patterns too. recently we added a full fledged method called the Newton Method, you can find all of them on Youtube or www.tradeacademy.in
Srinivasarsid (3 years ago)
Raj Sweets Pvt LTd managed to grow without taking additional loans or raising capital from Angel investors ? Thats SWEET...With just 38 K annual profit the company expanded exponentially ? There is something missing here...
Trade Academy (3 years ago)
+Srinivasarsid He sure has a sweet story doesn't he? We kept the story simple so we could focus on what 'going public' meant. I agree in a real world scenario he would need way more profits and probably much more capital :)

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