Revamping stock market investments in India: The digital technologies role
Ram Milan, Akshat Batra, Ashish Gupta and Khushbu Verma
The technology revolution has had a significant and long-lasting impact on the world since the public access to the internet, and indeed the Indian securities market too has gone through comparable developments. It has taken a long time for the Indian capital market, which had its formal beginning in the nineteenth century, to develop and is now thought to be at a pretty mature stage, supported by a complex framework. Due to the internet, geographical limitations have been lifted and more customers may now access financial services and products. Investors are now more frequently purchasing and selling shares online than they were being courted by their brokers by themselves. E-trading has made it possible to trade from anywhere at any time, which has helped save time, energy, and money. The major goal of this essay is to examine how digitalization has changed stock market investing in India. It also looks at the importance of digitalization.