share bazar or stock market in India has two major stock exchages namely BSE and NSE. After the information technology boom the indian stocks are actively traded over the internet companies like Indiabulls, sharekhan, icicidirect do the online trading service throughout India. There are lot of sites which contain share market tips and update about the following, hot stocks, when to book share profit, online trading, short selling shares, dividends on shares, security transaction tax, finance ministry news like revised govt. norms etc., Major IT shares include Infosys, Wipro, Tech Mahindra, HCL etc., Today share tips are available on mobile through SMS and email. You can also load shares ticker running on your desktop.

Investor Tips : Do not invest all your savings in the share market. As long as general economy is strong one should not panic if the market falls. Try to accumulate more if the share belongs to a good company and wait for the market to rise. Never invest everything on one company or one sector. Distribute your investments on good sectors and on different companies. Never buy shares of very lowly priced shares unless there is a positive news about it. Never buy a share which is near 52weeks high as at any time it may fall.

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Benjamin Graham is the second richest man in the world (after Microsoft's Bill Gates) he has earned his wealth from stock markets around the world.

Dr Graham has given a very simple formula with which one can try to find out the market's expectation from a particular company stock. It depends on the growth rate of the company which is taken as “g” which is denoted in percentage,
Here is the formula,
Value= EPS (8.5+2g), where EPS stands for Earning per share and the data can be found out from Company or Stock Exchange website.
Value = current stock value. With available Value and EPS data you can arrive at “g” the growth value which is the minimum required to sustain the rate at the current level. When higher growth is expected then you can expect the share value to up. So it can be a “buy”. This is one of an examples as per Dr. Graham, results may vary because of external factors in global level.