Trading Environment Comparsion: Covid 19 Era V/S 2022-2023

stock market 2022-2023

Key Features of Indian Stock Market during Covid-19 era

1) Booming stocks: Bull run started after the Covid 19 crash in the market. Smallcap, Midcaps and large caps all were going up with a magnificent speed. This attracted new participants and kept the activity of the already involved traders at peak.

2) More time: Everyone among the students, the employed and the business owners were working from home which gave them more time and space to give attention to trading and stock market.

3) Unemployment: As companies (small, medium and large) faced some losses because of Covid-19 restrictions in the economy, they become forced to fire workers from the company which left them unemployed and in turn made them resort to other sources of income generation.

4) Consumption of internet: Higher usage of internet & mobile phones at home also increased the participation of the public in stock market. Things like opening a demat account online, basic information of how stock market works and even the detailed strategies were accessible for everyone.

5) Spreading awareness: The rise of content and the content creators on the subject of Finance, Stock Market Trading & Money influenced people to follow this field and somehow they get involved in active trading during this period of time. One big example is Scam 1992 series which came during this time and took everyone’s attention in a very less time span. It was one of the major reasons behind people’s love for stock market and trading during the Covid-19.

Key Features of Indian Stock Market in 2022-2023.

1) No more gambling : The bull run in smallcap & midcap stocks have come to a pause and new participants are not able to make quick bucks out of anything. There is now a need of deliberate analysis to make money on stocks unlike 2020-2021 when most of the stocks were just going up.

2) Working economy: Opening up of lockdown has now sent students, employees & professionals back to work. They relatively had more time to learn, participate and talk about the market when they were at home. As the market hours are now replaced with occupancy at workplaces there is very less scope to focus on full time trading for some extra money making.

3) More volatility & less direction: There has been wild swings (both up and down) in the last 1 year in the market which has forced the inexperienced ones to drop the idea of full time trading and investing. All those who fantasized a luxury life from trading & stock market now have completely different views as easy money has stopped coming.

4) No quick money: Many people took benefit of the “Stock Market Boom” and lured new traders and investors. They made incredible amounts of money from these new participants and failed to serve them in return which turned out to be a setback for the public. After this they gave up entire expectations they had from this field and switched to other endeavors for money making.

5) Occupancy in work: There are some dedicated individuals in the market who refuse to give up and try their best to make some extra bucks from the market. The main problem is they are not able to track the market actively due to jobs and businesses and sometimes face heavy losses because of partial attention. Managing open positions during office time is difficult and therefore interest in trading has been declining even among the dedicated participants.

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