Basic knowledge of stock introduction: how many shares is the stock? When investors buy and sell stocks in the stock software, they need to fill in the specific number of buyers and sellers. The "hand" is the unit of the stock, and the first hand is the minimum trading limit in the process of stock trading. However, as for the number of shares, it mainly depends on the provisions of various securities trading markets. So, how many shares are traded for different types of stocks, such as a shares, H shares, etc? The details are as follows.
1. A share: in the mainland of China, the most frequently traded stock is a share (RMB common stock), and its regulation is that one hand of a share equals to 100 shares. This regulation is the same in the Shanghai Stock Exchange and Shenzhen Stock Exchange. In the market, the rules for the number of shares to be traded are that investors must trade with an integral multiple of 100 shares, whether they buy or sell.
2. H-share: refers to a kind of foreign-funded stock registered in the mainland and listed in Hong Kong. It is called H-share in the market. It is a kind of physical stock. The T + 0 system implemented by the stock exchange of Hong Kong is different from the T + 1 system of a share mentioned above. In the number of shares and the proportion of one hand is also different, its proportion is diverse, mainly by the following: 1 hand = 400 shares, 1 hand = 1000 shares, 1 hand = 2000 shares, 1 hand = 4000 shares, etc.
If investors only trade stocks in the mainland, they just need to remember that the minimum number of shares to be traded is 100 shares. However, in other markets, investors should understand these different rules. We all understand how many shares are traded in the stock market. Here we will explain the restrictions on the number of shares to be sold, mainly including the following contents.
It can be seen from the above that the minimum trading quantity of a shares is 100 shares in one hand, so there is no limit on the number of transactions in a trading day on the market. As long as the investors have enough funds to operate, because of the implementation of the T + 1 system, no matter how many stocks investors buy on the day, they can only sell the next day, and the number of single declaration is no more than 1 million shares 。