Over the past few days, market regulator Sebi has announced a series of enhanced measures related to delisting of shares, listing of start-ups, and specific disclosure standards. One of the most important changes that has the most impact on retailers is the change related to spoofing checks. To mislead other market participants, spoofers use algorithmic trading to place bulk orders, but cancel them at the last moment, called spoofing in market terms.
Today’s special podcast by independent market expert Rajiv Nagpal seeks to understand the new anti-spoofing rules and how they affect them.
Welcome to Mr. Nagpal’s show.
1) What does spoofing in the stock market mean? And why is it considered operational?
2) Are Penny stocks more vulnerable to such operations or do they also affect large caps?
3) So what will change under the new Sebi rules?
4) How do you make the life of a retailer easier?
Thank you, Mr. Nagpal. That’s all for today’s special podcast, but keep checking out this interesting content in this space. goodbye!
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