How much shares of a company listed on BSE/NSE we can buy?

by admin on December 11, 2010

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Example:
A company has market cap of 5.4 crores & each share is of Rs. 0.5
Then how many shares i can buy???
Is it possible that i can buy 10000000 shares at a time…
Are they readily available OR i have to wait OR is there any other condition???
Please tell me…



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bhanwar b December 11, 2010 at 2:16 am

you had not written number of share issued because market cap means market value of issued shares.
further i am thinking issue price of each share is Rs.05per share as per your question.
you can purchase as per availability of shares for sell in market and for balance requirement you have to wait.
further you have to obey security and exchange board guidelines in bulk purchasing.

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valueinvestor December 11, 2010 at 2:16 am

well there are companies who have listed their shares on the exchanges. You can place a bid to buy as many as you wish. However in order to buy somebody has to be willing to sell the stocks. So placing a larger bid will raise the price of the stocks. It is based on demand and supply basically.

The important thing to focus on is if you want to start investing in stocks which stock will you buy and at what price will it profit for you.

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manasbapna December 11, 2010 at 2:16 am

Number of shares pending to be sold at higher rates.
Many Stocks have circuit filter(5% , 10% ,20% etc) i.e. Maximum movement of a share in a single trading day.
So if 100 rs. is prev close of any share havin 5% filter, you can buy shares in the range 100-105 according to seller available in that range.

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