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What is Bank Nifty and how it works?

What is the Nifty ?

The Nifty Bank index, often known as Bank Nifty, is made up of the most liquid and well-capitalized Indian banking firms. It serves as a benchmark for investors, capturing the capital market performance of Indian bank stocks. The banking sector is represented by 12 companies in the index.

HDFC Bank Ltd, ICICI Bank Ltd, Axis Bank Ltd, Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd, and State Bank of India are amongst the top stocks of the index. Nifty Bank Total Returns Index or Bank Nifty TRI are two index variants. The index first debuted in 2003.

How do Nifty work?

Bank Nifty has a number of pros and cons. On one hand, Bank Nifty is particularly appealing to traders aiming for a rapid profit because to its high volatility, as price spikes are more likely with this script. This feature also appeals to intraday traders, as any profit margin of greater than 2% every day is considered a solid day's trading for a trader. However, it is because of this unpredictability that this script is exceedingly risky. Simply said, the notion of 'what goes up must come down' is expedited since the price is likely to rise, and if you are not there to book your profit on time or do a terrible deal, your chances of losing money are increased, and so the amount of money you might lose.

How is Nifty calculated ?

The Nifty Bank Index is calculated using the free float market capitalization method, with a base date of January 1, 2000 and a base value of 1000, and the index level reflects the total free float market value of all the stocks in the index in relation to a specific base market capitalization value.


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