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Nepal Stock Exchange (Nepse) launched online share trading in Nepal back in 2075. Minister for Finance Dr. Yubaraj Khatiwoda inaugurated online share transaction system that time. Even after the launch, the online share buy and sell took a lot of time to be feature full & stable. Find the process to buy/sell share online trading through Nepse portal in Nepal.
It is believed that the introduction of online share trading will lift our share market to international level. On the occasion of 25 years of establishment of the Stock exchange, full online share buy/sell in Nepal.
The online share trading in secondary market has recently increased its number and popularity among the investors. As per latest 2020 data, the percentage of online share transaction has become one third of the total transaction in a week (source: Nepalipaisa). It is also due to the proliferation of smartphones and the expansion of 4G connectivity throughout the country.
NEPSE believed that the online share trading will be a stepping stone for the stock market. Full automated online transaction eliminates unnecessary movement of people to the broker’s place. Apart from the easy transaction, it will also remove the blame for the brokers for low prices and delay of selling shares.
There are around 21 thousand investors who do share trading through Nepse online portal. Although the number is quite low (out of 14 lakhs investors), they make big sum of transaction through online means.
NEPSE started to launch the online system for the trading. Due to several issues, the launch has been delayed. But they have now full fledged system in place after rigorous testing of the online share transaction.
For the normal people to do the online share transaction, the brokers will provide the username and password to enter inside the system. The investors need to update their KYC details in the brokers for the access to the online system. Once we get the username and password, we can do all the share transaction including money transfer itself.
At first phase, they only allowed the Share brokers to do the online transaction for which they required account in the system. But now even the end users can buy and sell shares (secondary market) from online, without calling brokers.
Here are the steps to follow to enable buying/selling shares online.
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NEPSE has also planned to integrate Trading management System (TMS) in their mobile app. Now the current NEPSE app provides the live share market indexes, price, top gainers/losers as shown in their website. As they have started to prepare a tender for the mobile app, we can expect the new NEPSE mobile app to launch in 6 months.
With the introduction of online share trading in Nepal, investors can themselves buy or sell the shares through the Nepse online system using the internet in either Mobile, Laptop or Computer. You can place an order for the specific no of shares to buy or sell. After placing the order, if the order matches, the transaction becomes successful otherwise it will cancel at the end of the day.
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