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EQUITY RETAIL INVESTORS BEHAVIOUR AND RESILIENCE TOWARDS TRADING’ IN INDIAN STOCK MARKET CHENNAI CITY

Dr.Ramu V.

Abstract
The development and expansion of an Economy depend significantly on how the nation's capital
market flourishes and improves to its maximum potential by sourcing of long-term finance. The Monetary
development, of any advanced economy, has been significantly depends upon the effective utilisations of
savings which are pooled out from residential funds and assembles in stock market for gainful speculations.
Retail investors participation have become a major concern for Government as it has becoming more
complicated as the retail investors are losing their confidence on the stock market. Hence it becomes eminent
that Retail Investors have to become more Resilient and it is the responsibility of Central Government and SEBI
to support this issue, and come out with suitable solutions. The objective of the study is to investigate the Retail
Investor‟s Trading and Resilience Behaviour towards trading especially in Indian Stock Market. The poor
performance of Indian stock market created a negative impact on the mindset of the investors. This will have a
dramatic effect on capital market as the investors will disappear from market and this will lead to domination
of institutional and FII investors. This will hamper the entire development of the securities market and thus the
financial development of the country will come to halt. So bringing the retail investor once more into the capital
market would be a very sound basic improvement for the country itself.The Primary data was collected from
427 through questionnaires from the various stockbrokers across the Chennai. In this research Snowball and
Convenience Sampling Techniques were used to collect the data. The results were arrived based on the analysis
of the research work using statistical software such as SPSS 21. The various suitable statistical tools such as
Descriptive Analysis were used to analyze the data. Based on the analysis, Suitable suggestions were given to
the Retail Investors and Government.

Key words: Retail Investor, Behavioral Finance, Theory of Planned Behaviour, Rationality, Resilience.


 
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Dr.Ramu V. EQUITY RETAIL INVESTORS BEHAVIOUR AND RESILIENCE TOWARDS TRADING’ IN INDIAN STOCK MARKET CHENNAI CITY. JCR. (2020), [cited August 17, 2021]; 7(10): 6258-6262. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.10.541



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Dr.Ramu V (2020) EQUITY RETAIL INVESTORS BEHAVIOUR AND RESILIENCE TOWARDS TRADING’ IN INDIAN STOCK MARKET CHENNAI CITY. JCR, 7 (10), 6258-6262. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.10.541



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Dr.Ramu V. 2020. EQUITY RETAIL INVESTORS BEHAVIOUR AND RESILIENCE TOWARDS TRADING’ IN INDIAN STOCK MARKET CHENNAI CITY. Journal of Critical Reviews, 7 (10), 6258-6262. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.10.541



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Dr.Ramu V. "EQUITY RETAIL INVESTORS BEHAVIOUR AND RESILIENCE TOWARDS TRADING’ IN INDIAN STOCK MARKET CHENNAI CITY." Journal of Critical Reviews 7 (2020), 6258-6262. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.10.541



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Dr.Ramu V. "EQUITY RETAIL INVESTORS BEHAVIOUR AND RESILIENCE TOWARDS TRADING’ IN INDIAN STOCK MARKET CHENNAI CITY." Journal of Critical Reviews 7.10 (2020), 6258-6262. Print. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.10.541



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Dr.Ramu V (2020) EQUITY RETAIL INVESTORS BEHAVIOUR AND RESILIENCE TOWARDS TRADING’ IN INDIAN STOCK MARKET CHENNAI CITY. Journal of Critical Reviews, 7 (10), 6258-6262. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.10.541